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Business Administration (B.A.) Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the B.A. undergraduate program in Business Administration, students will be able to:

  1. Communicate effectively regarding business related tasks, in both oral and written modes.

  2. Select and use the appropriate quantitative tools for decision-making.

  3. Undertake analysis, perform tasks, and develop strategies using the central concepts of each functional area of business.

  4. Assess and create business strategy appropriate for organizations in specified business environments, including global and domestic markets. 

  5. Discuss the legal obligations of organizations and the ethical dilemmas they face, along with appropriate frameworks for addressing these dilemmas.

  6. Discuss the distinctive features and challenges of conducting business internationally.

  7. Serve as an effective individual contributor to a group process and deliverable

  8. Use business skills to promote service, justice and peace within community organizations.