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Accounting

The community in the Cook School of Business views the process of outcomes assessment as an important and evolving tool, a part of its efforts to provide the best education possible to its students.


Fundamentals of Financial Accounting: ACCT 220

Learning Objectives

After completing ACCT 220, students should be able to:

Assessment Process

Within the first week of the semester, a not-for-credit pre-test composed of 15 multiple choice questions will be given in class. These same questions will be embedded within the regular tests subsequently given throughout the semester. Class performance on the pre-test questions will be compared with the results on those same questions on the regular tests. Course instructors review the results each term and report any changes made in either the materials presented during the course, or in the assessment methodology, to the department chair and the Office of Assessment of the John Cook School of Business.


Managerial Accounting: ACCT 222

Learning Objectives

After completing ACCT 222, students should be able to:

Assessment Process

Within the first week of the semester, a not-for-credit pre-test composed of 15 multiple choice questions will be given in class. These same questions will be embedded within the regular tests subsequently given throughout the semester. Class performance on the pre-test questions will be compared with the results on those same questions on the regular tests. Course instructors review the results each term and report any changes made in either the materials presented during the course, or in the assessment methodology, to the department chair and the Office of Assessment of the John Cook School of Business.