Rockford College MBA graduates have become leaders in their organizations who communicate effectively, think clearing, act decisively, and care about the communities in which they live.
The MBA program seeks to developed, through course work and application of course material the following skills in all its students:
Analytical – The ability to understand and apply numeric and quantitative analysis to organizational problems and opportunities
Critical thinking – The ability to separate fact from inference, without bias and in consideration of another party’s point of view
Conceptual – The ability to understand how the various components of an organization relate, interact and are interdependent on each other
Leadership – The ability to effectively lead a project, group, or individual to the accomplishment of a specific goal
Problem Solving – The ability to define, analyze and solve issues that could impact the success of a group, project or organization
Research – The ability to find, analyze, summarize and apply information from primary and secondary sources
Speaking – The ability to effectively communicate thoughts, ideas and opinions in formal and informal settings with and without the support of visual aids.
Team building – The ability to effectively complete assignments in a setting team setting
Writing – The ability to effective communicate thoughts, ideas and opinions using a written format
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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