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Program Mission & Learning Outcomes

Program Mission

The Bachelor of Science in Management program of Fisher College is committed to providing educational excellence through a carefully constructed business management core curriculum and selective concentrations.  This curriculum will provide a strong grounding in broad-based fundamental management knowledge and skills to prepare students for meaningful and productive careers as managers and professionals.

We make use of and build on the liberal arts foundation to develop students who have strong analytical skills, and who are able to think, write, and communicate clearly and effectively. Graduates will be able to combine the theory and practice of management with an interpersonal/ cross-cultural understanding of the diverse global environment in which we live, and will be well prepared for ethical decision-making.

Students hone their problem-solving and analytical skills through collaborative learning projects. They recognize the value of teamwork as they practice their leadership roles and abilities in various team-oriented activities. The Management program focuses on the active involvement of the student in the learning process and the effective application of management theory through a proactive program of experiential opportunities. Such tasks as simulations, library research, team presentations and computer projects in a variety of management settings allow the students at Fisher to combine theoretical “classroom” knowledge with practical real-world experience.

  
 

Concentration Learning Objectives

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM), Human Resource Management concentration will have the opportunity ​to achieve the learning​ objectives of the BSM, in addition to the following concentration-specific learning objectives:
 
  • Demonstrate the knowledge and skills needed to effectively manage human resources
  • Describe the fundamental concepts and rules of law that apply to business activities, the employment function, and labor
  • Demonstrate knowledge of human behavior in organizations and the role of management strategies, including motivational theory to influence behavior
  • Explain the labor movement and its impact on businesses in the United States and worldwide
  • Examine and appraise contemporary issues as it relates to ​human resources
  • Compare the ​human resources activities in the United States with those of other countries
  • Research and design compensation plans and benefit programs appropriate for various types of organizations
  
 

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