For a better experience, click the Compatibility Mode icon above to turn off Compatibility Mode, which is only for viewing older websites.

LeBow College of Business Program Level Outcomes

Upon degree completion, graduates of our programs will be able to...

Business Administration

  • Communicate ideas and concepts effectively in writing
  • Integrate academic and experiential learning for career advancement
  • Understand basic economic concepts
  • Be effective at solving problems in a work environment

Business and Engineering

  • Communicate ideas and concepts effectively in writing
  • Integrate academic and experiential learning
  • Quantitatively model and analyze Business and Engineering processes
  • Effectively solve problems in both the Business and Engineering disciplines

Economics (BS)

  • Communicate ideas and concepts effectively in writing
  • Integrate academic and experiential learning
  • Understand the principles of economic analysis
  • Understand the implications of economic policy

Economics (BA)

  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate ideas and concepts effectively in writing
  • Integrate academic and experiential learning
  • Understand basic economic concepts
  • Understand the foundational ideas and methods of modern economics and their
  • application

Sport Management

  • Demonstrate an understanding that sport is a microcosm of society influences by cultural traditions, social values and psycho-social experiences and that sport managers are immersed in the socio-cultural milieu with sport as the focus.
  • Articulate moral issues related to sport in its intrinsic and extrinsic dimensions and develop a personal philosophy regarding social responsibility in sports industry settings.
  • Articulate legal concepts in areas that they are most likely to encounter within the sport management industry the various agencies that govern sport and identify their authority, organizational structure and functions.
  • Understand the economic theories and concepts related sports markets.
  • Understand the economic organization of sports leagues and sports governing bodies.
  • Acquire a basic understanding of labor relations and collective bargaining as it applies to sports.
  • Comprehend the questions regarding the public finance of sports facilities.
  • Understand the economic and social issues surrounding intercollegiate athletics.
  • Apply fundamental marketing concepts to the sport industry and understand the unique sport product markets.
  • Apply sales techniques for sports products.
  • Understand finance as a critical component of all sport industries and analyze financial decision making tools.
  • Understand how to access, critique and evaluate academic research in the sport business field and be able to integrate it into their profession.