Office of Academic Assessment
Student Learning Outcomes and Assessment Plans
College of Business Administration
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The UNI College of Business Administration is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB requires that accredited institutions meet Assurance of Learning Standards.
According to AACSB Expectations for Assessment, the standards “clearly acknowledge assessment of student learning as part of the curriculum management process. The standards call for schools to define learning goals, assess student achievement for these goals, and utilize what is learned through assessment to continually improve their curricular programs.”
The CBA Learning Assurance plan states: ""The College of Business Administration provides a demanding education to students from Iowa and around the world. Our graduates’ distinctive advantage resides in the unique blend of qualities they offer: essential business knowledge, contemporary professional skills, and traditional work values. Our educational intent is to develop graduates who are prepared to meet the global leadership challenges of the 21st century."
"The CBA has an Outcomes Assessment program which focuses on outcomes in its 39 hour, thirteen course Core. In addition, each department in the CBA has its own Outcomes Assessment program which looks at results of performance by students who successfully complete their individual majors."
Click here to see the CBA outcomes assessment plan developed in accordance with AACSB Learning Assurance guidelines.
Click on SLO and SOA below to view individual CBA department outcomes and assessment plans.
Master of Business Administration