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UNCG Student Learning Outcomes

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

Global Perspectives
Graduates of the Bryan School MBA program will possess a global perspective

Specific Objectives:
a) Demonstrate an understanding of the effects of economic, political, and cultural factors on business practices.
b) Adjust a business model in a global environment based on economic, political, and cultural factors.

Organizational Sustainability
Graduates of the Bryan School MBA program will understand organizational sustainability

Specific Objectives
(a) Demonstrate an understanding of sustainable business factors.
(b) Evaluate sustainable business practices.

Principled Leadership and Ethical Behavior
Graduates of the Bryan School MBA program will understand principled leadership and ethical behavior

Specific Objectives
(a) Demonstrate an understanding of ethical business principles and practices.
(b) Examine the principled leadership and ethical behavior in an organization.

Organizational Leadership

Specific Objectives:
(a) Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of innovation in relation to products, services, and strategies.
(b) Recommend strategies to manage innovation to enhance the performance.

Knowledge Integration
Graduates of the Bryan School MBA program will integrate knowledge from multiple fundamental business disciplines.

Specific objectives:
a. Utilize concepts, frameworks, and/or analytical tools from multiple business disciplines.
b. Identify possible strategic solutions and recommend a strategy that integrates concepts from multiple business disciplines.

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