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BBA Accounting         Fogelman College of Business & Economics
Spring, 2012
Fall, 2012

Exemplary (7,8,9)   Good (4,5,6)   Fair (1,2,3)
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GOAL 1 Objective 1

Average

Students will be effective communicators. Develop a clear and concise topic statement of the issues to be addressed. (MGMT 3510) Spring, 2012
6.10
  Objective 2  
 
Explain the approach taken to evaluate an issue relating to a business topic. (MGMT 3510)
Spring, 2012
7.37
  Objective 3  
  Summarize the results of the analysis of an issue in a clear set of conclusions. (MGMT 3510) Spring, 2012
5.38
  Objective 4  
  Present the topic in a professional manner. (MGMT 3510)
 
Spring, 2012
6.21
GOAL 2 Objective 1

Average

Students will be critical thinkers.
 
Present, assess, and analyze appropriate supporting data/evidence relating to the problem or issue. (MIS 3210) Spring, 2012
8.31
  Objective 2  
Identify and assess conclusions, implications, and consequences that support decision making.(ACCT 4020, ECON 3310, MGMT 4461, FIR 4440, MKTG 4901, MIS 3770) Spring, 2012
8.24
  Objective 3  
Identify the problem and then formulate a summary. (MIS 3210) Spring, 2012
8.15
GOAL 3 Objective 1

Average

Students will be knowledgeable about ethical factors in the business environment. Identify a dilemma relating to a potentially unethical behavior. (ACCT 3130)
 
Fall, 2012
3.76
  Objective 2  
  Formulate stakeholders that are affected by a potentially unethical behavior. (ACCT 3130) Fall, 2012
4.88
  Objective 3  
  Analyze alternatives and identify consequences that result from unethical behavior. (ACCT 3130) Fall, 2012
4.18
GOAL 4 Objective 1

Average

Students will be knowledgeable about the global environment of business. Demonstrate an awareness of the economic, social and cultural environments within which international businesses operate . (ECON 4350, 4351, FIR 4550, MGMT 4510, 4810, MKTG 4530, HPRM 4400) Fall, 2012
6.29
  Objective 2  
Demonstrate an awareness of the political and technological environments within which international businesses operate. (MIS 2755, ECON 4350, 4351, FIR 4550, MGMT 4510, 4810, MKTG 4530, HPRM 4400) Fall, 2012
6.71
Objective 3
  Demonstrate an awareness of the legal, institutional and financial types of international transactions that are components of global business operations. (ACCT 3130, ECON 4350/4351, FIR 4550, HPRM 4400, MGMT 4510, MGMT 4810, MKTG 4530) Fall, 2012
4.62
GOAL 5 Objective 1

Average

Students will be proficient users of business presentation and analysis technology. Demonstrate analytical skills and technological expertise while developing and presenting business information. (MIS 2749) Fall, 2012
6.50
  Objective 2  
  Utilize internet technology to perform queries and searches to locate relevant and accurate information. (MIS 2749) Fall, 2012
8.67
  Objective 3  
  Use computer software tools to organize data for analysis to solve business problems. (ISDS 3711) Fall, 2012
7.00
 

Exemplary (7,8,9)   Good (4,5,6)   Fair (1,2,3)
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Fall, 2012
GOAL 6
Objective 1

Average

Students will be knowledgeable in accounting and its functional support of organizations. Understand and process the information and outputs needed by various organizations while using appropriate documentation.(ACCT 4240, 4241, 4020) Fall, 2012
7.26
  Objective 2  
 
Demonstrate an acceptable level of competence in financial reporting.  (ACCT 3110, 3120, 4211)
Fall, 2012
6.51
  Objective 3  
  Demonstrate an acceptable level of competence in managerial accounting.  (ACCT 3310) Fall, 2012
4.91
  Objective 4  
  Demonstrate an acceptable level of competence in taxation.  (ACCT 3510, 4520)
 
Fall, 2012
6.00
Assessment - Fogelman College of Business and Economics - The University of Memphis