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Northeast Business and Economics Association (NBEA) 2017
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Over the past few years the pedagogical philosophy of the Molloy College Graduate Program has been demonstrated through a series of publications, which have provided evidence of learning at both the course and program level. The foundational pedagogical philosophy is that business graduate students should demonstrate learning by doing. Therefore 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 academic excellence and the promotion of lifelong learning demonstrates the transformative education experienced by the students. As a result, the evidence of learning for the MBA program is a set of solution-driven recommendations that will lead to social good.
Rodriguez, Yennys; Riegel, Laura; and Mackenzie, Maureen L. Ph.D., "Corporate Structure that Supports and Facilitates Social Good" (2017). Faculty Works: Business. 85.