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Business Administration MBA

Mission

The MBA program of the Joseph M. Bryan School of Business and Economics provides advanced educational opportunities to prepare students for professional careers in a global economy. The MBA faculty of the Bryan School accepts as its primary responsibility excellence in the delivery of quality instruction, experiential learning and hands-on projects to equip our students with the knowledge, skills, and analytical competence necessary for them to become principled leaders with exceptional problem-solving skills. Students graduating from the MBA program have a global perspective, a broad understanding of organizational sustainability and a commitment to improve the organizations where they work and the communities where they live. The MBA program embodies the Bryan School’s core values of a learning community characterized by a spirit of inquiry, pursuit of continued improvement, professionalism, trust, ethical behavior, and good citizenship and is committed to the University’s values of inclusiveness, collaboration, sustainability, responsibility, and transparency.


Learning Outcomes

Apply a broad spectrum of communication and leadership practices to promote ethical and sustainable organizations
Demonstrates an informed understanding of effective leadership, ethical development, and sustainable business through verbal communication.

Implement the various steps of data analysis to formulate evidence-based reports and recommendations for subsequent decision making
Students will implement the various steps of data analysis to formulate evidence-based reports and recommendations for subsequent decision making.

Use models and methods of creativity and innovation to generate feasible proposals for business concepts, products and services, processes, and strategies
Students will use models and methods of creativity and innovation to generate feasible proposals for business concepts, products and services, processes, and strategies.

Knowledge Integration
Outcomes:
5.1 Identify the critical issues with regard to a variety of fundamental business disciplines.
5.2 Utilize concepts, frameworks, and/or analytical tools from multiple business disciplines.
5.3 Identify possible strategic solutions and recommend a strategy that integrates concepts from multiple business disciples.

Synthesize multiple perceptions and assumptions about institutional, cultural and economic factors affecting global business and stakeholders
Students will synthesize multiple perceptions and assumptions about institutional, cultural and economic factors affecting global business and stakeholders.

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