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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.       Identify opportunities to advocate for sustainability, service, justice and peace in the business decision-making process.

2.       Demonstrate effective business communication skills in oral, written, and technological contexts.

3.       Utilize appropriate technologies (such as business software, quantitative methods/modeling techniques, or other advanced analytical tools) in effective business decision making. 

4.       Analyze international dynamics and cultural differences within the business context. 

5.       Synthesize the ethical, legal, and/or strategic dilemmas that modern businesses face.

6.       Collaborate effectively with teams in various formats including in person and using technological tools.

7.       Create effective business strategies by leveraging competitive advantage and using relevant data and knowledge from all foundational areas of business that are appropriate for domestic and international organizations.