Friday, March 8, 2013

School of Management

The TWU School of Management is a teaching institution which prepares students, primarily women, for business careers in a global economy and diverse society. The School of Management offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.- Executive M.B.A) and the M.B.A./M.H.A. dual degree.
The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) program may be followed by students in any of the following fields: accounting, business administration (general or finance), management, and marketing.
The curriculum of the School of Management is designed to provide opportunities for the understanding of the institutional structure and behavioral patterns of a modern industrial society, to provide training for business careers, and to prepare teachers of business and economics.
The School of Management participates in the Cooperative Education program at the Texas Woman's University. Students may enter the Cooperative Education program through the School of Management when they have reached their sophomore year. This program provides students with the opportunity to gain experience in their chosen field prior to graduation.
Providing competency in a concentrated field, the primary objective of the School of Management, is augmented by a program of studies in general education. A minimum of 50 percent of all course work must be in the general education areas. The combined programs build a firm, analytical/conceptual background that will enhance future development in a dynamic business and social environment.

Learning Goals

ACBSP TWU Student Assessment Measurements
Communication Abilities

  1. Demonstrate the correct usage of English grammar in written communication.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to prepare and present a coherent oral presentation.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to utilize technology in communication.

Analytical Skills

  1. Demonstrate critical thinking skills.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to synthesize and integrate functional areas of the business discipline.
  3. Demonstrate quantitative and statistical reasoning skills appropriate for success in business careers.

Understanding Diversity

  1. Demonstrate an understanding and valuing of diversity as it applies to both the domestic and international business environment.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of unique women's issues within the business context.

Ethical Understanding and Reasoning

  1. Demonstrate an awareness of social and professional aspects of ethical issues in business.

Reflective Thinking Skills

  1. Demonstrate the ability to learn through observation and understanding of others' experiences.
  2. Experience self-learning in individual, group and team settings.

Interpersonal and Team Skills

  1. Demonstrate the ability to resolve conflicts.
  2. Demonstrate team skills for productive outputs.
  3. Develop self-knowledge to enhance leadership abilities.

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