In professional organizations and situations, McCoy College graduates should be able to:
Graduates should understand the importance of effective communication. They should be able to develop well-written reports, memos, and letters; make effective oral presentations; explain and interpret findings and conclusions; justify conclusions or recommendations; and organize ideas into a coherent train of thought.
Graduates should be able to carefully and logically analyze data, information, problems, and ideas from multiple perspectives. They may demonstrate these critical and reflective thinking skills through their ability, in a variety of circumstances, to synthesize information and evaluate its logic, validity, and relevance; arrive at reasoned conclusions, make informed decisions, and solve challenging problems; and generate or explore new questions.
Graduates should be able to use information technology in their work environment and to understand the impact of that technology in various organizational contexts.
Graduates should understand ethical concepts, recognize ethical dilemmas, and employ ethical reasoning in assessing how those dilemmas should be resolved.
Graduates should be able to work productively in groups with diverse participants and across cross-functional environments to accomplish assigned or self-developed tasks and goals.
Graduates should appreciate the benefits of cultural, ethnic, religious, and other background differences that individuals and groups bring to an organization. They should understand the impact of globalization and pluralism in their personal and professional relationships.