Director of Assessment and Accreditation
Chair- Department of Management
The Robins School recognized almost two decades ago the central role that a formal Assurance of Learning structure and process should serve in guiding its activities to effectively measure and improve intentionally defined student learning outcomes. A task force of faculty, administrators, and personnel from instructional design and the career development center worked with students, alumni, and employers to create a list of well-defined competencies that students should possess as graduates of the Robins School.
Although the progress has certainly not been linear since, this seminal work is reflected in the set of Learning Goals and associated Objectives that guide our work with students today as we continuously work to improve the quality of student learning. The Learning Goals and associated Objectives are presented at the program level and, for each program, serve two purposes as stated in the AACSB Assurance of Learning Standards: