Mission of Management (MGMT) 
at West Virginia University Parkersburg

The Management discipline develops in students the breadth 
of technical, analytial, and conceptual skills needed by mature managers.  In addition, the discipline instills an appreciation 
for the social and economic complexities in which
 modern organizations operate.

                   Management (MGMT)                       Student Learning Outcomes

1.  Communicate effectively and professionally both orally and        in writing within the context of the business world.

2.  Demonstrate competence in the use of electronic tools –                  hardware and software-to research, manage, and present        information.

3.  Demonstrate use of quantitative and qualitative strategies to          support organizational decision- making based on analysis        of functional business areas including accounting,                    management, and marketing.

4.  Demonstrate the ability to solve problems using programmed        and non-programmed decision techniques using logical            reasoning for evaluating information and data.

5.  Demonstrate the ability to work ethically, effectively, and          respectfully with people of diverse backgrounds and with        people who have different roles, social affiliations, and            personalities.