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MSACCT Goal 4
MSACCT Goal 5

MS Accounting         Fogelman College of
Business & Economics
Fall 2016

Exemplary (3)   Good (2)   Fair (1)
Click a hyperlinked average to view related pie chart.

     
GOAL 1 Objective 1

Average

The student will be knowledgeable in accounting and its functional support of organizations. Understand and process the information and outputs needed by various organizations using appropriate documentation.
(ACCT 7320, ACCT 7610)
 Fall, 2016
1.66
  Objective 2  
  Demonstrate an acceptable level of competence in the graduate’s area of concentration.
(ACCT 6241, ACCT 7510, ACCT 7420, ACCT 7928)

Fall, 2016
2.72
  Objective 3  
  Demonstrate an acceptable level of competence in the financial accounting area.
(ACCT 6211, ACCT 7120, CPA Review)
 Fall, 2016
2.48
GOAL 2 Objective 1

Average

The student will be an effective communicator and team member. Deliver an organized and persuasive oral presentation that demonstrates focus, time management, and effective visuals.
(ACCT 6241, ACCT 7320, ACCT 7120)

Fall, 2016
2.28
  Objective 2  
  Create a clear, well-organized paper using quantitative tools and documentation when appropriate.
(ACCT 6241, ACCT 7320)
Fall, 2016
1.78
  Objective 3  
  Collaborate effectively in a team environment on a course project.
(ACCT 7120, ACCT 7320, ACCT 7928)
Fall, 2016
2.18
GOAL 3 Objective 1

Average

The student will be a critical thinker and a problem solver. The graduate will be able to identify and frame problems involving accounting issues.
(ACCT 6241, ACCT 7120, ACCT 7610)
Fall, 2016
2.56
  Objective 2  
  The graduate will be able to formulate and defend an effective strategy for solving problems.
(ACCT 6211, ACCT 7120, ACCT 7511, ACCT 7610)
Fall, 2016
2.65
GOAL 4 Objective 1

Average

The student will be aware of ethical ramifications and global business implications of decisions. The graduate will understand the basic accounting ethical rules.
(ACCT 6241, ACCT 7320, ACCT 7610)

Fall, 2016
1.95
  Objective 2  
  The graduate will recognize the ethical ramifications of various accounting decisions in a written assignment.
(ACCT 6241, ACCT 7320, ACCT 7610)


Fall, 2016
1.95
  Objective 3  
  The graduate will understand differences in global accounting practices as demonstrated in a case study.
(ACCT 6241, ACCT 7120)
Fall, 2016
2.64
GOAL 5 Objective 1

Average

The student will be technologically competent. The graduate will be proficient in the using online resources to solve problems relating to accounting applications.
(ACCT 6241, ACCT 7510)
Fall, 2016
3.00
  Objective 2  
  The graduate will be proficient in using computer-based problem-solving aids to solve problems relating to accounting applications.
(ACCT 6241, ACCT 7320, ACCT 7420, ACCT 7510)
Fall, 2016
1.98
Assessment - Fogelman College of Business and Economics - The University of Memphis