SLO 63 As sess and offer feedback on ones own effectiveness as well as ones

Slo 63 as sess and offer feedback on ones own

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SLO 6.3: As sess and offer feedback on one’s own effectiveness as well as one’s team members’ effectiveness with respect to productivity and relationship-building in both oral and written formats. SLO 6.4: Articulate and analyze the value of inclusivity in a variety of business settings. Goal 7: Cultural awareness and global effectiveness Become conversant with major economic, social, political, and technological trends and conditions that influence the development of the global economy and demonstrate competence in the cultural, interpersonal and analytical dimensions of international business. SLO 7.1: Identify the risks and opportunities associated with determining and implementing optimal global business strategies. SLO 7.2: Integrate international, regional, and local non-market forces into strategic decisions of multinational corporations. SLO 7.3: Analyze obstacles resulting from cultural differences and recommend leadership approaches that leverage diversity to enhance business performance. SLO 7.4: Identify the personal and contrasting attitudes, values, and beliefs that shape business relationships.
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A205 Course Syllabus Page 10 APPENDIX B Bloomington Undergraduate Accounting Learning Goals and Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) 1. Accounting Knowledge In-depth knowledge and competence in the major areas of accounting: financial, taxation, managerial, and auditing. SLO 1.1: C reate financial statements from descriptions of a company’s transactions, taking into account the concepts, principles, assumptions, conventions, and rules governing financial reporting as promulgated by standard-setting entities. SLO 1.2: Analyze transactions and make journal entries and disclosure decisions for alternative accounting treatments of working capital accounts, investments, intangible assets, long-lived assets, and long-term construction contracts. SLO 1.3: Analyze business events and transactions to determine the proper accounting concepts and principles to be employed. Using these concepts and principles, they will be able to prepare appropriate accounting entries, financial statements, and footnote disclosures for the following types of economic events and transactions: o Long-term debt o Leases o Deferred taxes o Pensions o Stockholders’ equity o Earnings per share o Cash flows SLO 1.4: Compute the net capital loss that can be recognized on an individual tax return. SLO 1.5: Determine costs of products/services given alternative cost systems. SLO 1.6: Determine the planned profit/loss of an organization. SLO 1.7: Determine key control indicators. SLO 1.8: Understand and apply generally accepted auditing standards. 2. Critical Thinking and Decision Making Ability to use the methods and skills specific to accounting to identify issues, discern the cogency of information, perform critical analyses, make sound judgments, and develop well-supported conclusions and recommendations related to typical business situations.
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