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Mission, Vision, and Learning Goals – Ancell School of Business
The Ancell School of Business transforms students into graduates who are prepared for the challenges of employers in our service region, and the opportunities of the global economy. The Ancell School provides an affordable and personalized learning environment for undergraduate and graduate students from Western Connecticut and the broader service region. The Ancell School promotes innovation, impact and engagement in teaching, intellectual contributions and service to professional and business organizations, as well as to the community.
The Ancell School of Business will be recognized as a leading provider of undergraduate and graduate business education in Western Connecticut and the broader service region.
Effective Communication: Students will be effective written and oral communicators.
Core Business Knowledge: Students will demonstrate knowledge of critical functional areas of organizations.
Critical Thinking Skills: Students will demonstrate skills relevant to organizational problem solving.
Global/Ethical Knowledge: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the major factors that directly influence organizations.
Group and Team Skills: Students will demonstrate group and team behaviors
Ancell’s Undergraduate Learning Goals are evaluated and modified as part of our continuous improvement plan. To see the most recent changes, click here.
Effective Communication: Students will be able to communicate effectively.
Core Business Knowledge/Global Knowledge: Students will demonstrate the ability to integrate knowledge from a variety of business disciplines.
Critical Thinking/Ethics: Students will demonstrate strong critical thinking and sensitivity to ethical issues.
Leadership and Team Skills: Students will demonstrate leadership and team membership behaviors.
Ancell’s Graduate Learning Goals are evaluated and modified as part of our continuous improvement plan. To see the most recent changes for the MBA program, click here.
Click here to view a copy of Ancell’s most recent Strategic Plan.
The Ancell School of Business is committed to the assessment of student learning for purposes of the ongoing improvement of student learning, curriculum, programs, and services offered by the School of Business and for accreditation.
Assessment activities at ASB may take the form of surveys, standardized tests, program evaluation forms, focus groups, student reflective activities, or any of a variety of other forms. Assessments may be administered both inside and outside of the classroom. Some assessments may be voluntary; others may be required.
Assessment-related data are kept confidential for individual students and are released only in aggregate form. Unless the assessment tool is also part of the assignments for a course, student performance in the assessment activity does not affect course grades or progress toward graduation. As part of some assessments, students may receive a report on their performance.