AOL RUBRICS FOR SEMESTER I - GOAL 1: GRADUATES WILL BE LEADERS

AOL RUBRICS FOR SEMESTER I - GOAL 1: GRADUATES WILL BE LEADERS

AOL RUBRICS FOR SEMESTER I GOAL 1: GRADUATES WILL BE LEADERS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understands how leaders can be positive role models Has difficulty identifying relevant leadership concepts in business settings Identifies and articulates relevant leadership concepts in business settings Understands and applies relevant leadership concepts in business settings Leads by example; demonstrates exemplary application of concepts in business settings MGT101 – Case Analysis and Role Play Understands how leaders motivate and inspire groups and individuals Has difficulty identifying motivation and group dynamic concepts in business settings Identifies and motivates team members in business settings Key player in motivating others to realize organizational goals Inspires peers and team members to exceed expectations OB102 – Individual and Group Work and Presentations Understands how leaders communicate a vision Has difficulty identifying the importance of communication in business settings Communicates ideas and vision with clarity Communicates ideas and vision with clarity, precision and in a timely manner Has the ability to look at the “big picture”; envisions aspirations and articulates effectively COM103 – Developing and articulating a personal and a corporate vision; highlighting strategies to realize the vision

GOAL 2: KNOWLEDGEABLE OF SOCIAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES AND TRENDS AFFECTING BUSINESS – BUSINESS CONTEXT Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understands how social, ethical, and cultural trends affect business Unable to clearly identify relevant issues and trends Recognizes and identifies relevant issues and trends Explains and interprets relevant issues and trends Enunciates new models of ethical conduct relevant to the context CAP109 – Term Project or Case Understands differences across markets and customers Unable to clearly identify differences across markets and customers Recognizes and identifies differences across markets and customers Explains and interprets relevant differences across markets and customers Anticipates differences in customer expectations and proactively responds to them ECON108 – Project or Case Understands how social and ethical issues affect organizational strategies, structures, and systems Unable to clearly identify how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Recognizes and identifies how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Explains and interprets how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Develops codes of conduct appropriate to changing environments BE110 – Team Project or Case

GOAL 3: GRADUATES WILL BE CRITICAL THINKERS AND PROBLEM SOLVERS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Proficient in identifying and framing common organizational problems Has difficulty in identifying key decision variables and their relationships Recognizes most of the key decision variables and has familiarity with issues/contexts specifically illustrated in textbooks Identifies subtle and forward‐ looking aspects of business problems. Is able to think beyond textbook contexts, and address more complex “real world” problems Anticipates trends; develops strategies to achieve competitive advantage FIN104 – Company or Industry Analysis Determine the relevant decision criterion for solving the problem Encounters difficulty in identifying the appropriate decision criteria for the given decision setting Identifies the appropriate decision criteria as specified in textbook coverage Demonstrates creativity and broad business thinking in identifying the appropriate criteria.

Is able to think beyond the typical textbook‐ based criteria and identify other relevant criteria Demonstrates competencies that have a outside‐in approach; comes up with innovative alternatives FIN104 – Case Analysis Given the decision criteria, identify and analyze relevant alternatives Is able to identify only a limited set of potential alternatives Generally able to identify appropriate alternatives but is less able to apply creative thinking to the process or to identify other potential/non‐ standard alternatives Demonstrates creativity and broad business thinking in identifying relevant alternatives, and is able to think beyond standard textbook concepts Demonstrates currency, relevance and a futuristic approach in developing alternatives FIN104 – Term Project

GOAL 4: GRADUATES WILL BE KNOWLEDGEABLE IN ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understand and use disciplinary knowledge and skills Demonstrates a minimal level of knowledge and only weak proficiency in the course‐ specific skill set Has an intermediate level of knowledge and adequate skills in the discipline Demonstrates a high level of knowledge and strong skills in the discipline Demonstrates ability to look at the “big picture”; can identify functional relationships MGT101 – Term Project Integrate disciplinary expertise across functional areas Has only a minimal understanding or ability to integrate expertise across the other functional areas of the organization Demonstrates an adequate understanding of how the functional areas are or should be integrated in the organization, but is less able to articulate how or why the integration is necessary for the proper operation of the organization Demonstrates a strong ability to see the “big picture” and how the relationships between areas can be used to create and sustain competitive advantage Demonstrates ability to solve problems from a multi‐ disciplinary perspective CAP109 – Comprehensive Case Analysis

AOL RUBRICS FOR SEMESTER II GOAL 1: GRADUATES WILL BE LEADERS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understands how leaders can be positive role models Has difficulty identifying relevant leadership concepts in business settings Identifies and articulates relevant leadership concepts in business settings Understands and applies relevant leadership concepts in business settings Leads by example; demonstrates exemplary application of concepts in business settings HRM201 – Case Analysis and Role Play Understands how leaders motivate and inspire groups and individuals Has difficulty identifying motivation and group dynamic concepts in business settings Identifies and motivates team members in business settings Key player in motivating others to realize organizational goals Inspires peers and team members to exceed expectations MKT202 – Team Assignment Understands how leaders communicate a vision Has difficulty identifying the importance of communication in business settings Communicates ideas and vision with clarity Communicates ideas and vision with clarity, precision and in a timely manner Has the ability to look at the “big picture”; envisions aspirations and articulates effectively MIS203 ‐ Project

GOAL 2: KNOWLEDGEABLE OF SOCIAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES AND TRENDS AFFECTING BUSINESS – BUSINESS CONTEXT Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understands how social, ethical, and cultural trends affect business Unable to clearly identify relevant issues and trends Recognizes and identifies relevant issues and trends Explains and interprets relevant issues and trends Enunciates new models of ethical conduct relevant to the context CAP209 – Term Project or Case Understands differences across markets and customers Unable to clearly identify differences across markets and customers Recognizes and identifies differences across markets and customers Explains and interprets relevant differences across markets and customers Anticipates differences in customer expectations and proactively responds to them MKT202 – STP Project Understands how social and ethical issues affect organizational strategies, structures, and systems Unable to clearly identify how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Recognizes and identifies how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Explains and interprets how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Develops codes of conduct appropriate to changing environments HRM201 – Team Project

GOAL 3: GRADUATES WILL BE CRITICAL THINKERS AND PROBLEM SOLVERS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Proficient in identifying and framing common organizational problems Has difficulty in identifying key decision variables and their relationships Recognizes most of the key decision variables and has familiarity with issues/contexts specifically illustrated in textbooks Identifies subtle and forward‐ looking aspects of business problems. Is able to think beyond textbook contexts, and address more complex “real world” problems Anticipates trends; develops strategies to achieve competitive advantage FIN204 – Industry Analysis Determine the relevant decision criterion for solving the problem Encounters difficulty in identifying the appropriate decision criteria for the given decision setting Identifies the appropriate decision criteria as specified in textbook coverage Demonstrates creativity and broad business thinking in identifying the appropriate criteria.

Is able to think beyond the typical textbook‐based criteria and identify other relevant criteria Demonstrates competencies that have a outside‐in approach; comes up with innovative alternatives FIN204 – Case Study Given the decision criteria, identify and analyze relevant alternatives Is able to identify only a limited set of potential alternatives Generally able to identify appropriate alternatives but is less able to apply creative thinking to the process or to identify other potential/non‐ standard alternatives Demonstrates creativity and broad business thinking in identifying relevant alternatives, and is able to think beyond standard textbook concepts Demonstrates currency, relevance and a futuristic approach in developing alternatives OR205 – Project

GOAL 4: GRADUATES WILL BE KNOWLEDGEABLE IN ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understand and use disciplinary knowledge and skills Demonstrates a minimal level of knowledge and only weak proficiency in the course‐ specific skill set Has an intermediate level of knowledge and adequate skills in the discipline Demonstrates a high level of knowledge and strong skills in the discipline Demonstrates ability to look at the “big picture”; can identify functional relationships BR206 – Case Study Integrate disciplinary expertise across functional areas Has only a minimal understanding or ability to integrate expertise across the other functional areas of the organization Demonstrates an adequate understanding of how the functional areas are or should be integrated in the organization, but is less able to articulate how or why the integration is necessary for the proper operation of the organization Demonstrates a strong ability to see the “big picture” and how the relationships between areas can be used to create and sustain competitive advantage Demonstrates ability to solve problems from a multi‐ disciplinary perspective BR206 – Field Work + Term Project

AOL RUBRICS FOR SEMESTER III GOAL 1: GRADUATES WILL BE LEADERS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understands how leaders can be positive role models Has difficulty identifying relevant leadership concepts in business settings Identifies and articulates relevant leadership concepts in business settings Understands and applies relevant leadership concepts in business settings Leads by example; demonstrates exemplary application of concepts in business settings MGT301 – Case Analysis and Role Play Understands how leaders motivate and inspire groups and individuals Has difficulty identifying motivation and group dynamic concepts in business settings Identifies and motivates team members in business settings Key player in motivating others to realize organizational goals Inspires peers and team members to exceed expectations NVC302 – Team Assignment Understands how leaders communicate a vision Has difficulty identifying the importance of communication in business settings Communicates ideas and vision with clarity Communicates ideas and vision with clarity, precision and in a timely manner Has the ability to look at the “big picture”; envisions aspirations and articulates effectively CAP309 – Case Development

GOAL 2: KNOWLEDGEABLE OF SOCIAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES AND TRENDS AFFECTING BUSINESS – BUSINESS CONTEXT Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understands how social, ethical, and cultural trends affect business Unable to clearly identify relevant issues and trends Recognizes and identifies relevant issues and trends Explains and interprets relevant issues and trends Enunciates new models of ethical conduct relevant to the context IB303 – Case Study Understands differences across markets and customers Unable to clearly identify differences across markets and customers Recognizes and identifies differences across markets and customers Explains and interprets relevant differences across markets and customers Anticipates differences in customer expectations and proactively responds to them IB303 ‐ Project Understands how social and ethical issues affect organizational strategies, structures, and systems Unable to clearly identify how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Recognizes and identifies how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Explains and interprets how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Develops codes of conduct appropriate to changing environments MGT301 – Design Project

GOAL 3: GRADUATES WILL BE CRITICAL THINKERS AND PROBLEM SOLVERS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Proficient in identifying and framing common organizational problems Has difficulty in identifying key decision variables and their relationships Recognizes most of the key decision variables and has familiarity with issues/contexts specifically illustrated in textbooks Identifies subtle and forward‐ looking aspects of business problems. Is able to think beyond textbook contexts, and address more complex “real world” problems Anticipates trends; develops strategies to achieve competitive advantage MKT302/ FIN304/ HRM301 Case Study Determine the relevant decision criterion for solving the problem Encounters difficulty in identifying the appropriate decision criteria for the given decision setting Identifies the appropriate decision criteria as specified in textbook coverage Demonstrates creativity and broad business thinking in identifying the appropriate criteria.

Is able to think beyond the typical textbook‐based criteria and identify other relevant criteria Demonstrates competencies that have a outside‐in approach; comes up with innovative alternatives MKT305/ FIN305/ HRM305 Project Given the decision criteria, identify and analyze relevant alternatives Is able to identify only a limited set of potential alternatives Generally able to identify appropriate alternatives but is less able to apply creative thinking to the process or to identify other potential/non‐ standard alternatives Demonstrates creativity and broad business thinking in identifying relevant alternatives, and is able to think beyond standard textbook concepts Demonstrates currency, relevance and a futuristic approach in developing alternatives MKT307/ FIN307/ HRM307 Assignment

GOAL 4: GRADUATES WILL BE KNOWLEDGEABLE IN ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understand and use disciplinary knowledge and skills Demonstrates a minimal level of knowledge and only weak proficiency in the course‐ specific skill set Has an intermediate level of knowledge and adequate skills in the discipline Demonstrates a high level of knowledge and strong skills in the discipline Demonstrates ability to look at the “big picture”; can identify functional relationships MGT301 ‐ Project Integrate disciplinary expertise across functional areas Has only a minimal understanding or ability to integrate expertise across the other functional areas of the organization Demonstrates an adequate understanding of how the functional areas are or should be integrated in the organization, but is less able to articulate how or why the integration is necessary for the proper operation of the organization Demonstrates a strong ability to see the “big picture” and how the relationships between areas can be used to create and sustain competitive advantage Demonstrates ability to solve problems from a multi‐ disciplinary perspective MGT301 – Internship Report and Viva‐voce

AOL RUBRICS FOR SEMESTER IV GOAL 1: GRADUATES WILL BE LEADERS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understands how leaders can be positive role models Has difficulty identifying relevant leadership concepts in business settings Identifies and articulates relevant leadership concepts in business settings Understands and applies relevant leadership concepts in business settings Leads by example; demonstrates exemplary application of concepts in business settings MKT402/ FIN404/ HRM405 Case Study Understands how leaders motivate and inspire groups and individuals Has difficulty identifying motivation and group dynamic concepts in business settings Identifies and motivates team members in business settings Key player in motivating others to realize organizational goals Inspires peers and team members to exceed expectations HRM406 Role Play Understands how leaders communicate a vision Has difficulty identifying the importance of communication in business settings Communicates ideas and vision with clarity Communicates ideas and vision with clarity, precision and in a timely manner Has the ability to look at the “big picture”; envisions aspirations and articulates effectively CAP409 – Case Development

GOAL 2: KNOWLEDGEABLE OF SOCIAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES AND TRENDS AFFECTING BUSINESS – BUSINESS CONTEXT Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understands how social, ethical, and cultural trends affect business Unable to clearly identify relevant issues and trends Recognizes and identifies relevant issues and trends Explains and interprets relevant issues and trends Enunciates new models of ethical conduct relevant to the context MKT403/ FIN405/ HRM406 Project Understands differences across markets and customers Unable to clearly identify differences across markets and customers Recognizes and identifies differences across markets and customers Explains and interprets relevant differences across markets and customers Anticipates differences in customer expectations and proactively responds to them MKT407/ FIN407/ HRM407 Assignment Understands how social and ethical issues affect organizational strategies, structures, and systems Unable to clearly identify how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Recognizes and identifies how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Explains and interprets how these issues affect organizations’ behaviors Develops codes of conduct appropriate to changing environments MGT401 – Project

GOAL 3: GRADUATES WILL BE CRITICAL THINKERS AND PROBLEM SOLVERS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Proficient in identifying and framing common organizational problems Has difficulty in identifying key decision variables and their relationships Recognizes most of the key decision variables and has familiarity with issues/contexts specifically illustrated in textbooks Identifies subtle and forward‐ looking aspects of business problems. Is able to think beyond textbook contexts, and address more complex “real world” problems Anticipates trends; develops strategies to achieve competitive advantage MKT408/ FIN408/ HRM408 Global Analysis Determine the relevant decision criterion for solving the problem Encounters difficulty in identifying the appropriate decision criteria for the given decision setting Identifies the appropriate decision criteria as specified in textbook coverage Demonstrates creativity and broad business thinking in identifying the appropriate criteria.

Is able to think beyond the typical textbook‐ based criteria and identify other relevant criteria Demonstrates competencies that have a outside‐in approach; comes up with innovative alternatives MKT409/ FIN409/ HRM409 Case Study Given the decision criteria, identify and analyze relevant alternatives Is able to identify only a limited set of potential alternatives Generally able to identify appropriate alternatives but is less able to apply creative thinking to the process or to identify other potential/non‐ standard alternatives Demonstrates creativity and broad business thinking in identifying relevant alternatives, and is able to think beyond standard textbook concepts Demonstrates currency, relevance and a futuristic approach in developing alternatives MKT409/ FIN409/ HRM409 Project

GOAL 4: GRADUATES WILL BE KNOWLEDGEABLE IN ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS Beginning Developing Mastering Exceeding Measures Score 0 1 2 3 Assessment to determine level of proficiency Understand and use disciplinary knowledge and skills Demonstrates a minimal level of knowledge and only weak proficiency in the course‐ specific skill set Has an intermediate level of knowledge and adequate skills in the discipline Demonstrates a high level of knowledge and strong skills in the discipline Demonstrates ability to look at the “big picture”; can identify functional relationships CAP409 – Comprehensive Case Analysis Integrate disciplinary expertise across functional areas Has only a minimal understanding or ability to integrate expertise across the other functional areas of the organization Demonstrates an adequate understanding of how the functional areas are or should be integrated in the organization, but is less able to articulate how or why the integration is necessary for the proper operation of the organization Demonstrates a strong ability to see the “big picture” and how the relationships between areas can be used to create and sustain competitive advantage Demonstrates ability to solve problems from a multi‐ disciplinary perspective MGT401 – Dissertation Viva‐voce

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