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Learning Goals Adopted by CBA CSULB Faculty

General Learning Goals

Undergraduate Program

  • Critical Thinking: Students will be able to demonstrate conceptual learning, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
  • Ethics: Students will be able to demonstrate awareness of ethical, social responsibility, and citizenship issues and the ability to apply them in decision making in the local, regional, and global communities.
  • Team & Interpersonal Skills: Students will be able to demonstrate interpersonal skills for working in a dynamic and diverse world, including in a team environment.
  • Communication Skills: Students will be able to demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills in English.

Graduate Program

  • Critical Thinking: Students will be able to demonstrate conceptual learning, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
  • Ethics: Students will be able to demonstrate awareness and knowledge of social responsibility, ethical leadership, and citizenship issues in the local, regional and world communities.
  • Interpersonal, Leadership & Team Skills: Students will be able to demonstrate interpersonal and leadership skills for working in a dynamic and diverse world, both independently and in a team environment.

Management-Specific Learning Goals

Undergraduate Program

  • Business Functions: Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of all business functions, practices and related theories and be able to integrate this functional knowledge in order to address business problems.
  • Quantitative & Technical Skills: Students will possess quantitative and technological skills enabling them to analyze and interpret business data and to improve business performance.
  • Domestic & Global Environment: Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of today’s domestic and global business environment (e.g., legal, regulatory, political, cultural, and economic).

Graduate Program

  • Business Functions: Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of all business functions, practices and related theories and be able to integrate this functional knowledge in order to address business problems.
  • Quantitative & Technical Skills: Students will possess quantitative and technological skills enabling them to analyze, interpret, and communicate business data effectively and to improve business performance.
  • Domestic & Global Environment: Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of today’s dynamic business environment (e.g., legal, regulatory, political, cultural, and economic), especially the links between our region and global business.