You are always expected to behave in accordance with IU’s rules on academic integrity and the Kelley School’s honor code. Scholastic dishonesty will be dealt with harshly. Please refer to the IU Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct () for more information on University
4 policies in this regard, and to for more information on the Kelley School’s honor code. Indiana University provides upon request appropriate accommodations for students with disabilities. Please refer to the IU Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct: ) for more information. LEARNING GOALS The material in the course will specifically address several of the Kelley School of Business’s Undergraduate Learning Goals outlined in the Appendix of this document. The tools acquired during the course will enhance both students’ critical thinking & decision making and their quantitative analysis and modeling skills (learning goals 3 and 5). The group projects, which will be evaluated in both written and oral form is intended to address learning goals 4, 6 and 10.
5 APPENDIX Undergraduate Program Learning Goals Learning Goal 1: An Integrative Point of View Graduates of the Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Program will be able to evaluate and make business decisions from an integrative point of view, one that reflects an understanding of mutually interdependent relationships among competitive and environmental conditions, organizational resources, and the major functional areas of a business enterprise. Learning Goal 2: Ethical Reasoning Graduates of the Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Program will be able to recognize ethical issues, demonstrate familiarity with alternative frameworks for ethical reasoning, and discern tradeoffs and implications of employing different ethical frames of reference when making business decisions. Learning Goals 3: Critical Thinking & Decision Making Graduates of the Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Program will be able to use a variety of research methodologies to identify and critically evaluate implications of business decisions for organizational stakeholders (e.g., customers, colleagues, employees, suppliers, foreign governments, communities, cultures, regulatory agencies) and the natural environment. Learning Goal 4: Communication Graduates of the Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Program will be able to communicate effectively in a wide variety of business settings (e.g., live, virtual, synchronous and asynchronous), employing multiple mediums of communications (e.g., written, oral and visual). Learning Goal 5: Quantitative Analysis and Modeling Graduates of the Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Program will be able systematically apply tools of quantitative analysis and modeling to make recommendations and business decisions.
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