MBA learning outcomes – Oregon State MBA

MBA Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

The MBA seeks to develop students into leaders ready to tackle the challenges of today’s global business environment. This is accomplished through the following learning goals and objectives:

Integrative Experience and Experiential Learning

  • Analyze and synthesize information across disciplines/functions in order to evaluate business opportunities and make sound business decisions

Social, Legal, and Ethical Responsibilities of Organizations and Society

  • Analyze the impact of an enterprise on its various stakeholders using deontological and consequential lenses
  • Demonstrate awareness of the current U.S. legal and global regulatory business environment

Effect of Global Environment on Business

  •  Demonstrate comprehension of cultural commonalities and differences in international business activities and customs
  • Develop effective management techniques for cross-cultural business

Strategic and Innovative Thinking and Analysis Skills to Enable Effective Opportunity Identification, Problem Solving, and Decision-Making

  • Demonstrate and apply appropriate management science and statistical tools to analyze business conditions
  • Evaluate business environment and opportunities and devise strategies for responding effectively to problems, threats, and opportunities

Effective Oral, Written, and Presentation Communication Skills

  • Construct and communicate a logical, relevant, and professional quantitative assessment of business information in an effective manner
  • Construct and communicate a logical, relevant, and professional qualitative assessment of business information in an effective manner

Team Participation and Leadership

  • Summarize and apply theories of effective leadership
  • Summarize and apply theories of team composition, process, and motivation (including inclusivity and diversity) to effectively manage work teams

Rachel Salazar

Supply Chain & Logistics Management

I knew I wanted to work for an apparel company, ideally Nike, and it’s worked out great for me. I definitely got everything I wanted out of it. In the OSU MBA program, I not only learned in my classes and from my professors and instructors – my classmates were from all over the world. The smaller class sizes were really appealing, and we got a lot of hands-on feedback and support. The professors are super eager to provide feedback and help students get more out of the program.

-Global Procurement Sourcing Analyst | Nike