ACBSP ACCREDITED PROGRAM PERFORMANCE 2012 - 2014

 

 B.S. Degree by Concentration 2012 2013 2014
Accounting 2 2 4
Fin. Econ. 3 3 5
Management 5 8 14
International Business 0 1 1
Music Business 0 0 1

 

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Department of Business Administration Retention Enrolled Retention Rate
2011-2012 85 66 77.6%
2012-2013 97 87 89.6%
2013-2014 81 73 90.1%

 

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Major Field Test
Performance Measurement Analysis of Results
Goals Type of Instrument Current Results Analysis of Results Actions Taken
To show retention and mastery, 50 percent of the  student group should score at or above the mean.

External Instrument ETS Major Field Test

In 2013, 58% performed above the mean

In 214, 52% above the mean

In 2016,  48% above the mean

For 2013, 58 percent of the population scored at above the mean.

For 2014, The population scored at or above the mean. In 2016, 48 percent of the student group scored at or above the mean.

The drop in student performance could be attributed to the fact  that failed to understand the importance of taking the test seriously. 
1. Link the performance in the MFT to the Senior Capstone course to encourage the students to approach the MFT with seriousness
 
2. Teachers are required to link CPC subjects to their lectures in subsequent classes to enable the students to understand the relationships that exist among business courses.
 
3. Increase the use of modern classroom technology to facilitate learning.

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Senior Exit Exam
Performance Measurement Analysis of Results
Goals Type of Instrument Current Results Analysis of Results Actions Taken
To show mastery and retention 60 percent of the student group should score at 60 on the senior exit examination

Internal Instrument Senior Exit Exam

For 2014, the score 60%

For 2015, the score  72%

For 2016, the score was 88%

60 percent of the student group met or exceeded the 60 percent score on each of the Senior Exit Exam course in 2014.

In 2015, 72 percent of the group met or exceed the 60 percent score.

In 2016, 88 percent of the tested group met or exceeded the 60 percent score.

Although there is improvement from 2014 to 2016 in student overall performance, students seem to have problems  with quantitative courses such as accounting, economics, and business finance.

To improve tests scores across the board faculty are to:

Effectively use modern classroom technology such as CANVAS to increase student participation in class discussion

Revise they syllabus to reflect improved course content

Design homework assignment such that requires the use of the Bloomberg software in problem solving.

Accounting: Increase the amount of home to give students more opportunity to practice. Refer to students to the Tutoring services for additional help.

Finance: Encourage students to take notes  during lectures to minimize distractive classroom behavior . Refer struggling students to tutoring services for additional help. Design assignments such that require the use of Bloomberg Computers and software.

Economics:  Encourage students to take notes  during lectures to minimize distractive classroom behavior . Refer struggling students to tutoring services for additional help. Design assignments such that require the use of Bloomberg Computers and software. Engage students through classroom and online discussion.

Senior Exit Exam

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Internship Performance
Performance Measurement Analysis of Results
Goals Type of Instrument Current Results Analysis of Results Actions Taken
The student group should Score at least 75 percent on all categories on the Employer Survey

External Instrument Employer Survey

Problem Solving  Scores: 89, 88, 83 for 2014, 2015 and 2106

Decision Making Scores: 90, 88, 85 for 2014, 2015, 2016

Teamwork Scores:89, 94, 94 for 2014, 2015, 2016

Customer Service Scores: 93, 90, 90 for 2014, 2015, 2016

For Problem Solving, the students exceeded the 75% goal for 2014, 2015, and 2016

 

For Decision Making, the students met or exceeded the 75%  goal for 2014, 2015, 2016

 

Teamwork/Collaboration: The student group met and exceeded the 75% goal for 2014, 2015, and 2016

 

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