Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science – General Studies

Bachelor of Science – General Studies with an emphasis in Native American Studies

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN GENERAL STUDIES:

  1. The student will create written and oral communication to meet professional standards.
  2. The student will demonstrate advanced use of technology.
  3. The student will demonstrate research skills by retrieving, evaluating, and using information appropriately.

The student will develop critical thinking skills to enhance problem solving.

Bachelor of Science – Business Administration

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:

  1. The student will demonstrate advanced knowledge of operations, administration and financing of a business.
  2. The student will demonstrate advanced level to communicate effectively in in writing and orally.
  3. The student will demonstrate advanced principles and concepts of: economics, management, finance, accounting, marketing and business law.
  4. The student will apply advanced management theory and techniques to actual business situations.
  5. The student will evaluate the financial position of an organization through the examination of balance sheets, cash flow statements, key financial ratios and make strategic business decisions/recommendations.
  6. The student will demonstrate understanding of the global economics, ethical issues, and the legal environment of today’s business.
  7. The student will apply knowledge of current computer information systems to the business environment.

Bachelor of Science – Environmental Science

PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ENVIORNMENTAL SCIENCE:

  1. The students will demonstrate the proper use of environmental sampling equipment and current technology in the classroom and in the field according to accepted “Standard Methods”.
  2. The student will demonstrate the ability to design and conduct a field or laboratory study using appropriate sampling equipment and techniques according to accepted “Standard Methods”.
  3. The student will demonstrate the similarities and differences between traditional and modern views of the Earth.
  4. The student will describe biological, chemical, and physical influences on environmental media, including human health effects.
  5. The student will describe transport mechanisms for contaminants as they travel through various environmental media.
  6. The student will develop a professional research proposal and demonstrate the various steps of the scientific methods in the design.
  7. The student will develop and present a professional research presentation and answer questions in an appropriate manner.
  8. The student will produce a final report of research project that effectively provides a general narrative of the student’s research.

 

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