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Business Administration


Institution:
Program: Business Administration
Degree or Certificate: BS / Bachelor of Science
Department: School of Business and ManagementMore Information
Program website:
Program specializations: None
Program mission statement: The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program is designed to prepare students to pursue a variety of positions in the field of business while incorporating communication skills, critical thinking, and technical competencies required in the modern workplace. The program offers students an opportunity to obtain a breadth of knowledge that provides a foundation appropriate for work in the field. This program accommodates both the student whose immediate educational goals are satisfied by the bachelor's degree and the student who is planning to pursue study in business fields beyond the baccalaureate level.
Professional accreditation: Not Applicable
Program learning outcomes:
What Will I Learn?
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PROGRAM OUTCOMES
BSB-1 Economics: Demonstrate the impact macro- and microeconomic principles have on strategic business decisions.
BSB-2 Accounting: Analyze accounting data consistent with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAACP) and methods.
BSB-3 Marketing: Apply core marketing principles to the development of business strategies.
BSB-4 Organizational Behavior: Evaluate the roles that individuals, groups, and structures have on organizational effectiveness.
BSB-5 Information Systems: Analyze the roles of information systems in business planning, organizing, and decision making.
BSB-6 Finance: Assess financial and accounting data to control organizational activities.
BSB-7 Operations: Apply best practices in making operational decisions.
BSB-8 Strategy: Synthesize strategies for organizations using analytical tools

GENERAL EDUCATION LITERACIES
GEL-1 Communications: Demonstrate college-level communication through a variety of media.
GEL-2 Mathematics: Apply quantitative reasoning to real-world situations.
GEL-3 Science: Analyze how scientific principles are applied in real-world contexts.
GEL-4 Social Science: Critically evaluate the social or psychological issues that impact human behavior.
GEL-5 Arts and Humanities: Recognize human potential through a study of human expressions.
GEL-6 Research and Information: Apply methods for finding, evaluating, and using resources.
GEL-7 Ethics: Identify, apply, and evaluate ethical reasoning.
GEL-8 Critical Thinking: Apply critical thinking to real-life situations.
GEL-9 Technology: Use information technology to solve real-world problems and communicate effectively.
Evidence of Student Learning - Internal: How will the program measure what I have learned?: Kaplan University's assessment system assesses student achievement of program and general education outcomes on a six-point scale:
1-No Progress
2-Introductory
3-Emergent
4-Practiced
5-Proficient
6-Mastery.
In general, students reaching a "4-Practiced" level are able to apply learning related to that outcome successfully within a work environment. Students reaching a "5-Proficient" level and a "6-Mastery" level are able to apply learning to new environments and creatively extend knowledge related to the outcome to solve new and more difficult problems, respectively.

In their final courses, 71.6% of students in the Bachelor of Science in Business program demonstrate a "4-Practiced" level of achievement, or higher, on their program outcomes. Additionally, 68.6% of students achieve a "4-Practiced" level on the general education outcomes selected for their program.More Information
Results of External Exams/Assessments: What third-party assessments will measure what I have learned?: Not Applicable