Center for Teaching Excellence

Undergraduate Programs

Goals and Objectives

B.S. in Business Administration

Learning GoalDescription of GoalSource of Data

Writing Assessment

Upon graduation, students will be able to communicate ideas and concepts effectively in writing.

BUSN 101, BUSN 102, ORGB 300

Career Learning

Upon graduation, students can integrate academic and experiential learning.

UNIV 101(B)

Economic Analysis

Upon graduation, students will understand basic economic concepts.

Before 2012: ECON 202; 2012 on-ECON 201

Problem Solving

Upon graduation, students are effective at solving problems in a work environment

Co-op

B.S. in Economics

Learning GoalDescription of GoalSource of Data

Writing Assessment

Upon graduation, students will demonstrate the ability to communicate ideas and concepts effectively in writing.

Econ 203 & COM 270

Career Learning

Upon graduation, students can integrate academic and experiential learning.

UNIV 101(B)

Foundational Ideas & Methods

Upon graduation, students will understand the foundational ideas and methods of modern economics and their application

ECON 201 & 202

Economic Analysis

Upon graduation, student will understand basic economic concepts.

ECON 301, 322, INTB 334

B.S. in Business and Engineering

Learning GoalDescription of GoalSource of Data
Writing Assessment

Upon graduation, students will demonstrate the ability to communicate ideas and concepts effectively in writing.

BUSN 101, BUSN 102, ORGB 300

Career Learning

Upon graduation, students can integrate academic and experiential learning.

UNIV 101(B)

Quantitative Modeling

Upon graduation, students will be able to quantitatively model and analyze Business and Engineering processes.

OPR 330

Problem Solving

Upon graduation, students will be able to effectively solve problems in both the Business & Engineering disciplines.

STAT 205