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Northeast Business and Economics Association (NBEA) 2019
PUBLISHED BY THE NORTHEAST BUSINESS & ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION © 2019 The Northeast Business & Economics Association reserves the right to publish the Proceedings in both print and electronic formats. The individual authors retain the copyright over their own articles.
The Mission of Molloy College drives its curriculum content, delivery methods, hiring decisions, and student learning outcomes. In alignment with the College’s mission, each student graduating from the Business School must be able to demonstrate all that the student has learned throughout his or her journey. The ultimate evidence of learning is in ‘the doing.’ Over the past few years, the annual meeting of the Northeast Business & Economics Association has become a forum to share and discuss the pedagogical philosophy of the Molloy College Graduate Program. A series of publications has documented the evidence of learning at both the course and program level. Every MBA graduate must demonstrate that he or she can draw from the knowledge, skills, and disposition developed within the graduate program and be able to publicly demonstrate that the learning can be applied in the real-world. The mission of the institution establishes the founding belief in social responsibility, service, community, and study. The college’s commitment to student learning and academic excellence is demonstrated by the transformative education experienced by the students. The students’ evidence of learning must not only solve a real-world business problem, but must also lead to social good.
Santi, Jacqueline; Bouayach, Hussam; and Mackenzie, Maureen L. Ph.D., "The Ultimate Assessment of Learning, is in Doing: A Business Capstone Experience" (2019). Faculty Works: Business. 64.