ACBSP Accreditation Assessment Information

Program of Study Assessment Semester Activities
(Spring 2012)

Department: Business Studies

POS: 1009 Business Administration-Transfer

Program Learning Goal

Demonstrate an understanding of the functions of business; research and apply business problem solving and decision making in the context of the larger social and economic environment; employ tools and skills necessary to solve business and organizational problems; and apply the necessary skills to communicate and lead effectively.

Relevant Course Goal (s): Assess the following course learning outcomes from MGMT230

  • Demonstrate an understanding of current and relevant management knowledge;
  • describe the effective management skills needed to maximize individual and organizational productivity related to the internal and external environment and issues of ethics and social responsibility;
  • employ writing skills that are compatible with standards in business; and
  • demonstrate the ability to communicate his/her ideas and opinions in a clear and logical form.

Tasks

Person(s) Responsible

Target Completion Date

1. Collect/submit artifacts (Required written project).

Dr. Ashmen

12/11/11

2. Develop scoring rubric

Ashmen/Beem

12/15/11

3. Read and assess artifacts

Beem

12 15/11

4. Report to Management Marketing Area

Beem

1/17/12

Results (summarize or attach separate document.) The average student score earned on the assignment was an 86%.

Dept./Area Actions (including plan for follow-up assessment.)

Tasks

Person(s) Responsible

Target Completion Date

1. Collect, review, and score artifacts in the Spring 2012 semester.

Ashmen/Beem

05/08/12

2. Use the scoring rubric to identify specific areas of improvement.

Ashmen/Beem

05/08/12

 

Results of Dept./Area Actions (Summary of follow-up assessment.)

Ashmen/Beem

10/10/12

1. Remediate any identified deficiency with an in-class learning exercise designed to provide feedback and confirmation that the deficiency has been improved. A case or writing exercise may used as a learning/assessment tool.