Assurance of Learning Goals

The Business Administration Program has a long standing reputation of quality education in West Virginia and southern West Virginia, in particular. Program graduates have found and achieved success in professional positions, locally, regionally, and at the national level.

A regular cycle of Academic Program Review is conducted to assess the business administration degree program. The faculty examines curriculum, course content, and learning outcomes to ensure appropriateness in the context of learning requirements and provides the review to department stakeholders.

Business Administration graduates will have:

  • Technological competence.
  • Effective written communication skills.
  • Ethical awareness.
  • Intercultural sensitivity.
  • General business knowledge – to include the competencies and skills needed in core business areas and program specific courses so that Concord’s business graduates can be successful in competing with graduates of peer institutions.

The assessments of student learning takes place in several classes including Strategic Management,  Business Productivity Software, Business Ethics, Business Communications, and International Business.