Learning Assessment

 

The Business Administration and Accounting Programs (Programs) use three primary learning goals (KNOW, SOLVE, and IMPART) and supporting learning objectives for the Programs' core and the concentrations.  In the Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Plan, each learning objective is aligned with competencies, modes of assessment, multiple points of assessment, and a cycle of assessment. The assessment results are discussed at the Programs' Annual Retreat and later, posted on this site in the right-hand column.  Detailed data and graphs depict students' progress on meeting the competencies for each individual assessment and comparative data by program, location, concentration, and degree (AS v. BS).  A Sampling of these data are also reported bi-annually to the accreditation body (ACBSP) in the Quality Assurance Report, Standard 4 - Results.   The illustration below shows the cycle of how the Programs' faculty members deploy the assessment plan, collect data, analyze/report data, and make changes to improve the Programs.

Assessment Cycle (shown below) Flow Chart

 

Annual Report

Annual Report Appendix
Academic Year 2012-13 Academic Year 2012-13
Academic Year 2013-14 Academic Year 2013-14
Academic Year 2014-15 Academic Year 2014-15
Academic Year 2015-16 Academic Year 2015-16
Academic Year 2016-17 Academic Year 2016-17

 

Student Learning Outcomes Report
B.S. Business Admin
student learning outcomes report
b.s. accounting
Academic Year 2012-13 Academic Year 2012-13
Academic Year 2013-14 Academic Year 2013-14
Academic Year 2014-15 Academic Year 2014-15
Academic Year 2015-16 Academic Year 2015-16
Academic Year 2016-17 Academic Year 2016-17
Program Outcomes Report Assessment summary charts/graphs
Academic Year 2012-13 Academic Year 2012-13
Academic Year 2013-14 Academic Year 2013-14
Academic Year 2014-15 Academic Year 2014-15
Academic Year 2015-16 Academic Year 2015-16
Academic Year 2016-17  

 

acbps quality assurance report evidence file tab: standard 4 - results
Academic Years 2012-14
Academic Years 2014-16

 

 

 

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