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Operations Management and the AACSB While AACSB Standards do “not require any specific courses in the curriculum” and charges individual schools with establishing their own mission and measuring their own performance against that mission, the normal curriculum process will result in management-specific knowledge and skills including “creation of value through the integrated production and distribution of goods, services, and information” The AACSB also recommends learning experiences in 6 specific areas. Communication abilities. (CA) Ethical Understanding and reasoning abilities (EU) Analytic Skills (AS) Use of Information Technology (IT) Multicultural and diversity understanding (MD) Reflective thinking skills (Ref) AACSB Assurance of Learning Standards According to the AACSB “ . .the school must develop a list of the learning goals for which it will demonstrate assurance of learning. This list of learning goals derives from, or is consonant with, the school’s mission. The mission and objectives set out the intentions of
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