200809
Management Annual Assessment Plan
Dr. Larry
Kelley
Curriculum Mapping 
Curriculum Mapping 
Curriculum Mapping 
Annual Assessment Plan 
Annual Assessment Plan 
Annual Assessment Plan 
Key Concepts/Critical Skills 
Courses that Contribute to Each Concept or Skill Highlight
target courses. 
Course Objectives/Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) See course
syllabus. 
Expected Outcomes with Assignments for Assessment 
Assessment Procedures 
Student Performance Criteria 
Acquire knowledge of key
management concepts and principles. 
MGT101 MGT150 MGT201 MGT240 
1. Students will
demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles of each management
function. 
1. Students will exhibit
proficiency in identifying key principles of leadership on course
examinations. 
Faculty will evaluate
students’ answers to embedded questions about principles of leadership. 
At least 80 percent of
students will answer each embedded question correctly on selected
examinations. 
Use inquiry and
quantitative and analytical reasoning to solve problems. 
MGT101 MGT150 MGT201 MGT240 
2. Students will exhibit the ability to apply key management
concepts to practical problems. 
2. Students
completing a case project will
utilize their knowledge of leadership principles to solve a complex
problem. 
Faculty will
use an assessment rubric developed by the program assessment committee to
evaluate students’ problem solving skills. 
The average
rating of student achievement in each performance category will be 5 or
higher on a scale of 17. 
Use clear and concise communication
skills. 
MGT101 MGT150 MGT201 MGT240 
3. Students
will demonstrate competency in written communication skills. 4. Students
will demonstrate competency
in oral communication skills. 
3. Students will exhibit effective written communication skills in a
detailed report of case project results.
* See related TEO # 1. 4. Students will exhibit effective oral communication skills in a
formal presentation of case project results.

Faculty will
evaluate reports using an assessment rubric developed by the program
assessment committee. Faculty will
evaluate presentations using an assessment rubric developed by the program
assessment committee. 
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. 