Program Learning Outcomes (Business Administration)
On successful completion of this program, students will learn and be able to demonstrate:
PLO1: A broad and coherent body of knowledge of contemporary economic, socio-political, cultural and technological issues in local and /or global environments.
PLO2: Critical understanding of theories and practices in various business disciplines such as accounting, economics, law, strategy, marketing, and management in both local and global contexts.
PLO3: In-depth knowledge and understanding of current and new research, methodologies and methods of inquiry, and problem-solving abilities in the core field of study and that of Accounting and institutional operations.
PLO4: In-depth understanding of managing the various aspects and processes of business administration including the performance or management of business operations and decision making, as well as the efficient organization of people and other resources.
PLO5:Critical understanding of business administration policies, regulations, and practices in local and international contexts and the impact of these on various stakeholders.
PLO6: Apply principles, concepts, theories, and models where appropriate with a view to assessing, evaluating and/or improving business policies.
PLO7: Analyze critically texts, data, assumptions and concepts.
PLO8: Identify problems and propose solutions and recommendations based on appropriate use of analytical tools.
PLO9: Clear, concise and correct communication skills in written, spoken, and visual forms that explain and critique complex matters to various audiences.
Aspects of Competence Autonomy & Responsibility
PLO10: Working creatively and/or effectively independently as well as part of a team by taking into consideration varying socio-cultural norms and relationships.
PLO11: Achieve autonomy in planning and managing the learning process.
Role in Context
PLO12: Assess, supervise and manage the achievements and outcomes of others and/or self in various projects.
PLO13: Accept responsibility, both at an individual and group level, for managing a range of complex and dynamic situations.
PLO14: Reflect on experiences gained in different contexts in order to engage in continuous personal development.
PLO15: Demonstrate awareness of ethical issues and the growing importance of socially responsible practices in a global business environment