The Use of Electronic Portfolios in the Master of Business Administration Program 2005 Sloan-C Most Outstanding Online Teaching and Learning Program Dr. Michael A. Evanchik, Chair Business & Executive Programs Graduate School of Management and Technology
Make ethical business decisions that exhibit high ethical standards in a global and culturally diverse setting.
Formulate dynamic business strategies to align organizational resources with changes in the external environment.
Use oral and written communication skills to express business ideas effectively and persuasively with all organizational stakeholders using a variety of synchronous and asynchronous technologies.
Seven Program Outcomes
Information Literacy/Research Skills (correct sources of information) Technology Fluency (proficient with appropriate technologies) Diversity/Cross Cultural Perspectives (awareness of individual differences) Communication Skills (effective transmission of information) Team Building Skills (working with others to achieve a common goal) Systems Thinking (identify the correct problem/issue) Critical Thinking (evaluating key components of problem/issue) Decision Making (selecting best course of action from several alternatives) Executing Decisions ( implementing through others selected course of action) Ethical Leadership (building long-term loyalty in others) Ten Managerial Competencies