- SLO 1b.1: Identify the appropriate technique, tool, or concept needed to analyze and solve a business problem or make a business decision.
- SLO 1b.2: Apply a technique, tool, or concept to solve a business problem or make a business decision.
- SLO 1b.3: Interpret or evaluate the results of quantitative analysis to solve a business problem or make a business decision.
1c. Information & Business Resource Skills (Maps to IUPUI PUL 1c – Information Resource Skills)
Students will analyze business problems, situations and opportunities by identifying and applying appropriate and relevant information.
- SLO 1c.1: Identify and use current technologies to transform raw information into usable formats that enable decision-making.
- SLO 1c.2: Use technological concepts and relevant computer programs to solve business problems.
- SLO1 c.3: Apply technological concepts to organize, streamline, or improve contemporary business events.
2. Critical Thinking in Business (Maps to IUPUI PUL 2 – Critical Thinking)
Students will arrive at reasoned conclusions and make informed decisions in assessing current and predicted business situations by applying course concepts learned across the curriculum.
- SLO 2.1: Identify and describe the problem, issue, or dilemma in a given business situation.
- SLO 2.2: Gather, analyze, and evaluate information relevant to solving the business problem, issue, or dilemma.
- SLO 2.3: Articulate possible solutions to the problem, dilemma, or issue, supporting each with data or analysis.
- SLO 2.4: Select and defend the best solution to the business problem, issue, or dilemma.
3. Professional Skills & Competencies (Maps to IUPUI PUL 3 – Integration & Application of Knowledge)
Students will apply substantial knowledge and understanding in their chosen major in the study of business.
- SLO 3.1: Explain how decisions in one business functional area affect other functional areas of business.
- SLO 3.2: Meet professional standards and demonstrate competence in important skills and knowledge in a chosen field of study.
4. Integrative Business Reasoning (Maps to IUPUI PUL 4 – Intellectual Depth, Breadth and Adaptiveness)
Student will assimilate data from different sources, and use more than one business discipline to develop a model to solve a business problem.
- SLO 4.1: Define and analyze unstructured problems and ambiguous situations.
- SLO 4.2: Solve business problems requiring analysis and deductive reasoning.
- SLO 4.3: Explain the cross-functional implications of problems and situations.
- SLO 4.4: Propose solutions to problems and situations that include-cross-functional perspectives.
5. Diversity & Collaboration in Business (Maps to IUPUI PUL 5 – Understanding Society & Culture)
Students will use their understanding of the importance of diverse worldviews and practices, cultural competencies, and sociocultural and socioeconomic factors to foster cooperation and teamwork.
- SLO 5.1: Identify the strengths and weaknesses of multiple viewpoints and incorporate multiple values in business decisions.
- SLO 5.2: Explain the dynamics of culture in work groups, teams, and organizations.
- SLO 5.3: Apply intercultural communication skills to communicate, solve problems, make decisions, and resolve conflict.
- SLO 5.4: Explain the dynamics of motivation in the business context.
6. Business & Management Ethics (Maps to IUPUI PUL 6 – Values & Ethics)
Students will make business decisions that seek to align their personal values and beliefs (integrity) and respond to the expectations of others, the organization, and society.
- SLO 6.1: Articulate the link between one's personal value system and those of others in business or society.
- SLO 6.2: Identify possible ethical problems or issues in a given business situation.
- SLO 6.3: Select and apply appropriate analytical frameworks of ethical thought and reasoning to a given ethical dilemma.
- SLO 6.4: Identify potential resolutions to ethical dilemmas and assess the impact on stakeholders
Vers. 2, rev. April 2020