School of Business
Executive Master of Business Administration
Student Outcomes Learning Assessment
We expect our graduates to display the following:
Strategic Perspective and Business Acumen: Students will apply strategic frameworks to complex business issues and identify
viable options and forwardlooking strategies, through the integrated analysis of multiple
functional perspectives - e.g. marketing, product development/service delivery, finance,
operations, and human capital.
Public Policy Awareness: Students will demonstrate enhanced understanding of complex public sector systems,
processes and leaders, and identify and define the various forces that shape and impact
Innovative Mindset: Students will demonstrate the skills needed to generate creative solutions that address
unmet needs and wants, evaluate the relative attractiveness of competing solutions,
and exploit opportunities in the marketplace.
Global Perspective: Students will utilize a knowledge framework to 1) think critically about and assess
the impact and linkage of global influences, issues, trends, and decisions in business
models; and 2) demonstrate insight and agility in operating within a global business
Teamwork: Students will demonstrate the communication and interpersonal skills needed for effective
collaboration and creative problem-solving, as well as the versatility to add value
in a variety of team roles such as leader, expert, or facilitator.
- Strategic Leadership: Students will demonstrate the ability to 1) diagnose complex business situations, recognizing key issues, tensions and dilemmas; and 2) articulate decisions and action plans that reflect comprehensive understanding of the human, political, and cultural context as well as nuanced ways of building influence and support.