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IMBA Goal 6


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Degree Program:  IMBA

Goal 6:  Students will be sensitive to social, ethical, and multi-cultural issues in the international business environment.


Did Not Meet Expectations
Limited Accomplishment



Met Expectations
Some Problems
Needs Improvement



Met Expectations
Considerable Expertise Shown
With Project



Direct or indirect measurements and/or measurement links



Assessment assigned to learning objective

Interpret business issue(s) in social, ethical, and multicultural contexts. Unable to clearly identify and define issues/challenges in social, ethical, and multicultural contexts. Understood and framed issues in appropriate national contexts and showed competency toward their solutions. Displayed expertise and competence of contexts through analyses of business cases. BA 7950 and/or BA 7800
Practicum project or Internship project.


Examine cultural differences between and among IMBA track countries. Unable to recognize cultural challenges when presented with cross-cultural scenarios. Recognizes and identifies cultural differences. Does not always choose appropriate integrative and interpretive methodology. Successfully identifies and explains cultural differences in a multi-cultural environment and exhibits considerable skill in exhibiting personal ability to apply cross-cultural situation. BA 7950 and/or BA 7800
Practicum project or Internship project.


Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability in multi-cultural environments.

Student demonstrates little or no improvement.

Level of improvement exhibited; but not in all areas measured. Significant improvement in all skill levels measured by the CCAI. BA 7950 and/or BA 7800
Practicum project or Internship project.


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