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Management B.S. Entrepreneurship/Small Business Option

Mission


The Management Entrepreneurship/Small Business Option is a challenging, applicable degree program that integrates management concepts in a technical and innovative setting as required by today’s dynamic business environment. The program develops graduates with relevant skills preparing students for entry into management careers in business, government, public, or social service organizations. Industry-trained faculty translate theory to practice; advising students through the diversity of the curriculum, project-based learning, and internships. The degree serves those students that seek a personal, hands-on learning experience and the needs of the businesses that employ them.


Educational Objectives


  • Graduates of the Entrepreneurship/Small Business option can assess and apply their strengths in marketing.
  • Graduates of the Entrepreneurship/Small Business option can distinguish themselves as effective communicators.
  • Graduates of the Entrepreneurship/Small Business option excel in problem solving.
  • Graduates of the Entrepreneurship/Small Business option model ethical and professional behavior.
  • Graduates of the Entrepreneurship/Small Business option are prepared to pursue professional development opportunities and/or graduate education.

Department Student Learning Outcomes


  1. Communicate the major concepts in the functional areas of accounting, marketing, finance, information technology, and management.
  2. Describe the legal, social, ethical, and economic environments of business in a global context.
  3. Solve organization problems, individually and/or in teams, using quantitative, qualitative, and technology-enhanced approaches.
  4. Demonstrate professional communication and behavior.
  5. Apply knowledge of business concepts and functions in an integrated manner.

Program Student Learning Outcomes


  1. Manage people, processes, and resources within a diverse organization.
  2. Apply knowledge of leadership concepts in an integrated manner.
  3. Analyze the internal/external factors affecting a business/organization to evaluate business opportunities.

Summary of Student Learning Outcomes


During the 2016-17 academic year, the Management faculty formally assessed the student learning outcomes summarized in the annual program assessment report. Additional details can be found in department assessment records.


Curriculum Map


The curriculum map for the Management Entrepreneurship/Small Business Option degree program can be found on the catalog web page on the Oregon Tech website, www.oit.edu/catalog.


Annual Program Assessment Reports

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2016-17 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF1.04 MB Download
2015-16 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF113.93 KB Download
2014-15 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF349.38 KB Download
2013-14 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF363.90 KB Download
2012-13 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF351.51 KB Download
2011-12 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF233.86 KB Download
2010-11 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF116.20 KB Download
2009-10 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF29.67 KB Download
2008-09 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF31.24 KB Download
2007-08 Management B.S. Entrepreneurship-Small Business Option Assessment ReportPDF99.58 KB Download

Assessment Coordinator


Sharon Beaudry

Sharon Beaudry, Assistant Professor

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