The Department of Business Administration offers a degree program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and offers Business Administration with an emphasis in Management, and Marketing.
Program Student Learning Outcomes (PSLO)
PSLO 1. Demonstrate the ability to evaluate and understand risk, returns, management theories, effective decision making, critical thinking, planning and measuring profitability through case studies, projects and other assignments.
PSLO 2. Demonstrate the ability to understand the uses of technology concepts by managers, including hands-on learning techniques.
PSLO 3. Demonstrate the ability to understand ethical behavior and social responsibility in the workplace and satisfy stakeholders’ interests.
PSLO 4. Demonstrate the ability to use effective communication skills both written and oral through case studies, business plans, and/or oral presentation and research papers.
PSLO 5. Demonstrate an acceptable level of learning competencies across business discipline (i.e. courses) that encompass each functional area of core business curriculum.
PSLO 6. Demonstrate satisfactory skills and abilities in doing business across international boundaries and discuss the impact of global competitiveness on multinational organizations through internships, research and/or presentations.
PSLO 7. Demonstrate an acceptable level of engagement in community service.