Curriculum Mapping /
Outcomes Matrix for Management
Program Learning Outcomes 
MGT 101 See course syllabus. 
MGT 150 See course syllabus. 
MGT 201 See course syllabus. 
MGT 240 See course syllabus. 
MGT Course See course syllabus. 
MGT Course See course syllabus. 
1. Students will acquire
knowledge of key management concepts and principles. 2. Students will use inquiry
and quantitative and analytical reasoning to solve problems. 3. Students will use clear and concise
communication skills. 
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SLO 1 Exams SLO 2 Case Project: Complex Problem SLO 3; SLO 4 Case Project: Written Report; Oral Presentation 
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MGT 150 Course Information
Course Description
The purpose of this course
is to study the primary functions of management, including planning,
organizing, leading, staffing and controlling.
SLOs
1. Students will demonstrate
an understanding of the basic principles of each management function.
2. Students will exhibit the ability to apply key
management concepts to practical problems.
3. Students will demonstrate competency in
written communication skills.
4. Students will demonstrate competency in oral
communication skills.
Teaching Methods
·
Class Lectures
·
Small Group
Discussions
·
Case Study
Evaluation
·
Three Exams
·
Case Project with
Problem Solving Exercise, Written Report and Oral Presentation
·
Comprehensive
Final
Annual Assessment
Plan
Student Learning Outcomes SLOs See course
syllabus. 
Assignments for Assessment with Assessment Procedures See course
syllabus. 
Expected Level of Student Performance 
Assessment Findings and Actions Taken 
Course Effectiveness Outcomes (CEOs) Related Teaching Methods and Evaluation Techniques 
Criteria for Success 
1. Students will
demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles of each management
function. 2. Students will exhibit the ability to apply key
management concepts to practical problems. 3. Students will
demonstrate competency in written communication skills. 4. Students
will demonstrate competency
in oral communication skills. 
Evaluate students’ answers
to questions about management principles embedded in course exams. Use an
assessment rubric to evaluate students’ problem solving skills on a major
case project. Use an
assessment rubric to evaluate students’ written communication skills on a detailed report of case project results. Use an
assessment rubric to evaluate students’ oral communication skills on an oral
presentation of case project results. 
At least 80 percent of
students will answer each embedded question correctly on selected exams. The average
rating of student achievement in each performance category will be 5 or
higher on a scale of 17. The average
rating of student achievement in each performance category will be 3 or
higher on a scale of 14. The average
rating of student achievement in each performance category will be 3 or
higher on a scale of 14. 
Expected results were met. No actions were required. Expected results were
met. No actions were required. Students
received an average rating of 2.6 for “mechanics.” Those experiencing problems with spelling
and punctuation were sent to the writing center for help. *See CEO # 1 and Related Teaching Methods
and Evaluation Techniques. Expected results were
met. No actions were required. 
CEO # 1. The instructor will revamp assignments
and assessment techniques in an effort to help students hone their writing skills
and demonstrate competency on a final writing project. Teaching Methods and/or Evaluation
Techniques. The instructor will include three writing
exercises in MGT 150 prior to the required case project. He will preview
the writing assessment rubric with students before the initial exercise and
share assessment results with them as they complete each assignment. The same rubric
will be used to assess students’ writing skills on a detailed report of case
project results. 
Students will
average 3.0 or higher in each performance category for written communication
skills on the final writing project. 
Curriculum
Mapping / Outcomes Matrix
Program Learning Outcomes 
Course See course syllabus. 
Course See course syllabus. 
Course See course syllabus. 
Course See course syllabus. 
Course See course syllabus. 
Course See course syllabus. 







Annual Assessment
Plan
Student Learning Outcomes SLOs See course
syllabus. 
Assignments for Assessment with Assessment Procedures See course
syllabus. 
Expected Level of Student Performance 
Assessment Findings and Actions Taken 
Course Effectiveness Outcomes (CEOs) Related Teaching Methods and Evaluation Techniques 
Criteria for Success 





