Associate Dean: Elaine Labach
Advising Coordinator: Elaine Labach, Associate Dean
The Business Administration major provides students with a basic understanding of the social, legal, and economic environments of business. Students receive an introduction to international business, organizational behavior, the principles of leadership and organization theory, and decision making.
The learning outcomes of the Business Administration degree program are designed so that students will:
- Demonstrate knowledge in the field of study:
a. Objective 1 - Knowledge of the economy, the principles of modern business, and organizational practices.
b. Objective 2 - Knowledge of specific ethical issues in the operation of a business in the modern world.
- Employ quantitative, analytical and technological tools for decision making that are appropriate to business:
a. Objective 1 - Competence in the use of quantitative tools.
b. Objective 2 - Competence in the use of analytical tools.
c. Objective 3 - Competence in the use of technological tools.
- Utilize effective verbal and written business communication strategies:
a. Objective 1 - Able to produce high quality written business reports and documents.
b. Objective 2 - Able to deliver high quality oral business presentations.
- Work effectively in teams.
Fort Lewis College is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). The School of Business Administration’s degree program in Business Administration is included in the scope of accreditation.
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Major in Business Administration
Business Administration Major
Business Administration Minor
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