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BBA Goal 4

 

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Degree Program:  BBA

Goal 4:  Student will be knowledgeable about the global environment of business.

Fair

Did Not Meet Expectations
Limited Accomplishment

1

Good

Met Expectations
Some Problems
Needs Improvement

2

Exemplary

Met Expectations
Considerable Expertise Shown
With Project

3

Measures

Direct or indirect measurements and/or measurement links

 

Score

Evaluation assigned to learning objective

Demonstrate an awareness of the economic, social and cultural environments within which international businesses operate . (ECON 4350, 4351, FIR4550, MGMT 4510,4810, MKTG 4530, HPRM 4400)

Displayed difficulty recognizing the economic, social and cultural aspects of international business and cannot determine the appropriate context of cross cultural situations Recognized international economic, social and cultural differences between cultures and how these differences impact ways that business operates Readily identified environmental issues in an international business situation, understood relevant actions, and predicted responses Exams, projects, cases and simulations from one of the following:

ECON4350, 4351

FIR4550

MGMT 4510,4810

MKTG 4530

HPRM 4400

 

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)

Displayed  limited understanding of the political and technological aspects of international business and cannot determine the appropriate context of cross cultural situations Demonstrated an  understanding of the  political and technological aspects of international business 

 

Readily identified environmental issues in an international business situation and showed ability to explain actions and predicted responses

 

Exams and projects in the following classes:

MIS 2755

ECON 4350, 4351

FIR 4550

MGMT 4510, 4810

MKTG 4530

HPRM 4400

 

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 4810, 4510, MKTG 4530)

Assimilated an understanding of the various types of international transactions and their relationship to global business operations.  Demonstrated a knowledge about differences in the ways that legal, institutional, and financial transactions differ between countries Identified types of transactions involved in a stated international business context and demonstrated an ability to solve problems based on this knowledge Exams and projects in

ACCT 3130

ECON 4350, 4351

FIR 4550

HPRM 4400

MGMT 4810, 4510

MKTG 4530

 

Benchmark:  Recommendation for improvement will be made for each objective where assessment of learning does not include 75 percent or more of students assessed in the Exemplary category based on the learning outcome rubric scale.
Assessment - Fogelman College of Business and Economics - The University of Memphis