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    • Core Courses
      • Designed primarily to assess core competencies through College core courses
      • Designed to ensure technical knowledge in business through Business II exam
      • Assessments are performed within the framework of the courses offered in the College of Business
      • 1. Communication Skills
      • 2. Ethical understanding and reasoning ability
      • 3. Analytical skills
      • 4. Use of information technology
      • 5. Dynamics of the global economy
      • 6. Multicultural and diversity understanding
      • 7. Reflective thinking skills
      • Specific learning goals were developed for each course
      • Determined how each goal would be assessed (case, test, paper, etc.)
      • Develop a target of overall performance
      • At the end of the semester, compare actual performance to targeted performance
      • Determine how results will be used to improve student performance
    • Core Courses Curriculum Mapping Coordinator ACC 211 3 Russell ACC 212 3 Gupta ECON 211 5,3 Freeman ECON 212 3,7 Ezeala-Harrison BDP 200 4,5 Curry BDP 325 1,2 McClain MNGT 350 4 White, J GB 201 1,2 Jackson FIN320 3,4 Yu MNGT 330 5,6 Gillon MNGT 333 3 Rana MKT 351 5,6 Perkins ECON 359 3,4 Hill, N MNGT 458 5,7 Mosley MNGT 482W 1,2 Irvin
    • Core Courses Curriculum Mapping Coordinator ACC 211 3 Russell ECON 211 5,3 Freeman GB 201 1,2 Jackson MNGT 458 5,7 Mosley
      • Targeted performance – 75% of the students would meet expectations and earn at least 75% of the possible points
      • Results
        • Semester one, student achievement at 30%
        • Semester two, student achievement at 59%
        • Semester three, results not in yet
      • Use of results –
        • Increase the analytical coverage
        • Change the book from primarily test problems to case
      • Targeted performance – 75% of the students would meet expectations and earn at least 70% of the possible points
      • Results
        • Semester one, student achievement at 68%
        • Semester two, student achievement at 75%
      • Use of results –
        • Increase the analytical coverage on the exam
      • Targeted performance – 75% of the students would meet expectations and earn at least 75% of the possible points
      • Results
        • Semester one, students achieved 33% of the targeted performance
      • Use of Results
        • Employed a hybrid teaching method that increased the number of writing assignments
        • Used pre and post case writing assignments
      • Targeted performance – 75% of the students would meet expectations and earn at least 75% of the possible points
      • Results
        • Reflective thinking- Students did not use evidence to support their decisions
        • Global economy – Students demonstrated a lack of exposure to countries other than Europe, Canada, Mexico
      • Use of Results
        • Reflective thinking- Students were given additional exercises where they had to evaluate information to make decisions
        • Global economy – Students were exposed to Asian Pacific and other global economies
      • Tests technical knowledge in business
      • National exam administered to most AACSB accredited schools
      • Most areas of business are tested
        • Accounting Marketing
        • Management Economics
        • Finance Information Systems
        • International Issues Legal and Social Aspects
        • Quantitative Business Analysis
      • 50% of our students will score at or above the national average for HBCU business schools
      • One third of our students will score at or above the national average for all business schools
      • Clark Atlanta
      • Howard
      • Morgan State
      • Tennessee State
      • Tuskegee
      • Fayetteville State
      • Morehouse
      • Prairie View
      • Texas Southern
      • Winston Salem
      • Data Point JSU Nat Avg HBCUs
      • Spring’08 138 151 144
      • Fall’08 137 150 143
      • Spring’09 138 151 144
      • Fall’09 136 150 143
      • Tutorial sessions
      • Established incentives to encourage students to perform better on the test
        • Recognition for students who perform at or above the national norms at College of Business programs
        • Free parking space for students who perform at or above the national norms
    •