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Business Education Program Goals

The following major program goals are central to the missions of WSU and the College of Education:

  • To provide quality academic programs that prepare students for responsible professional careers in business education and training and development.

  • To provide cross-discipline studies for non-department majors to meet program requirements in such programs as Education; English; Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; Communication Studies; Women's Studies Program; Accounting; Management; Marketing; Management Information Systems; Health Administration; Production and Operations Management; and Business Administration.

  • To support the articulation agreements in the MNSCU system.

  • To contribute to the general education of all WSU students by offering courses specific to information literacy/skills, job search strategies, and personal economic literacy.

  • To provide the organizations of the region with in-service training, professional development seminars, and licensure courses for the continuing education needs of their employees.

  • To sustain quality undergraduate and graduate instruction which includes implementing the Seven Principles of Good Practice and providing partnership and mentoring opportunities through internship and student teaching experiences.

  • To support and actively encourage faculty and student research, scholarly activities, community service, and involvement in professional organizations.

  • To advance the understanding, sensitivity, and appreciations needed to maintain educational and business environments which are non-prejudicial, gender fair, and nondiscriminatory.

  • To develop a learning environment exemplifying ethical behavior, appreciation for diversity, and respect for alternative values and ideologies.

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