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Student Learning Outcomes

The expected Student Learning Outcomes for the Economics Department are:

1. Economics majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Microeconomic Theory, including consumer demand, profit maximization, and competitive and non-competitive market structures.

2. Economics majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Macroeconomic Theory, including macroeconomic indicators, fiscal policy, and monetary policy.

 

The expected Student Learning Outcomes for the Business Department are:

1. Business majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Microeconomic Theory, including consumer demand, profit maximization, and competitive and non-competitive market structures.

2. Business majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Macroeconomic Theory, including macroeconomic indicators, fiscal policy, and monetary policy.

3. Business majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Accounting, including credits, debits, balance sheets, and other financial accounting topics.

4. Business majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Finance, including time value of money, bonds and stocks, capital structure, and derivatives.

 

The expected Student Learning Outcomes for the Finance Department are:

1. Finance majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Microeconomic Theory, including consumer demand, profit maximization, and competitive and non-competitive market structures.

2. Finance majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Macroeconomic Theory, including macroeconomic indicators, fiscal policy, and monetary policy.

3. Finance majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Accounting, including credits, debits, balance sheets, and other financial accounting topics.

4. Finance majors will be able to demonstrate the fundamentals of Finance, including time value of money, bonds and stocks, capital structure, and derivatives.