Student Learning Objectives

Students who successfully complete the program will be able to:

  1. identify the variety of organizations humans have created to achieve their goals; 
  2. understand the relationships between organizational structure and process, and the social and natural environments in which they operate;
  3. use quantitative and qualitative research methods to understand organizations and their environments; 
  4. identify the importance of understanding human diversity within organizations. 
  5. recognize the moral dimensions of human actions, and be able act ethically and effectively within organizations;
  6. demonstrate skills in addressing real-world organizational problems.

 

 

 In addition, students who successfully complete the program will develop skills in:

  1. problem solving (including defining problems, evaluating evidence and its limitations, designing solutions, and assessing possible unintended consequences);
  2. understanding and synthesizing the knowledge and perspectives of different disciplines and sources;
  3. working effectively with others in a variety of roles as leaders and followers on  teams; 
  4. presenting data, concepts and arguments to diverse audiences using a variety of tools.