2008-09 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 studentsí 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 studentsí problem solving skills.

 

 

The average rating of student achievement in each performance category will be 5 or higher on a scale of 1-7.

 

 

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 1-4.

 

 

 

 

The average rating of student achievement in each performance category will be 3 or higher on a scale of 1-4.