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Undergraduate Business Foundation
Demonstrate critical thinking and analytical skills.
Demonstrate competent oral and written communication skills.
Demonstrate competent leadership skills.
Demonstrate understanding of the body of knowledge encompassed by the UG Business Foundation courses.
Describe and explain to lay individuals financial concepts relating to: value creation, risk management, and the functioning of financial institutions and world financial markets, for corporate and investor decision-making.
Demonstrate strong critical thinking and problem solving skills within an ethical framework.
Apply tools such as spreadsheet, mathematical, and statistical modeling to analyze problems and issues in finance.
Employ discipline knowledge and skills orally and in written form in a professional manner in service to the community.
Recognize social justice issues inherent in financial decision-making.