As a school of applied business learning, the College of Business and Economics prepares its graduates to achieve excellence in their professional careers.
As a premier school of applied business learning, the College of Business and Economics prepares its graduates to achieve excellence in their professional careers. Rigorous academic studies and hands-on business experience—all subject to strict measures of performance— work in combination to develop the foundation for success, connect students with the professional community and transform students who will have a positive impact in and beyond Maryland.
Graduates of Towson University’s College of Business and Economics will:
Successfully complete a quality, mentored, reflective professional experience in preparation for future employment
Write professional documents that provide audience-centric content, rhetorically appropriate organization, and follow accepted conventions of design, style, grammar, punctuation and mechanics
Make articulate and persuasive oral presentations
Develop comprehensive, justified conclusions that result from systematic application of relevant information and decision criteria to decision alternatives within a realistic organizational decision context
Guide teams, as leaders and followers, to achieve team goals while maintaining group cohesion, follower satisfaction, and efficient operations
Treat others with respect and show sensitivity to their views, values, cultures, and customs
Explain how ethical conduct of managers affects individuals’ motivation and organizations’ performance
Apply ethics in business decision-making, considering the impact of ethical conduct on multiple stakeholders