Walsh

Learning Outcomes

Introduction

With input from the business community, the faculty of Walsh College have identified and defined four Institutional Learning Outcomes that all students are expected to master upon graduation. Students are expected to master these competencies – Written Communication, Oral Communication, Problem-solving, and Mastery of a Business Discipline – according to their level of educational attainment, Undergraduate or Graduate.


Master of Science in Taxation (MST)

  • Apply comprehensive knowledge of the practical application of tax laws and tax theory to individuals, businesses, trusts and estates.
  • Analyze the role of legal and tax authorities in matters of general tax practice.
  • Integrate the relevant legal and tax authorities, facts, analysis and conclusions into applicable tax research and tax compliance.
  • Propose ethical solutions to problems in tax practice.
  • Evaluate alternative strategies for achieving common business goals on the basis of tax advantages and disadvantages.

Certificate in Human Resource Management

  • Assess the critical human capital needs, requirements, and relationships of organizations in the dynamic and global 21st century environment.
  • Analyze the variety of factors that influence labor/management relations in an industry, national, and international context.
  • Navigate the ethical and legal complexities of compensation management while demonstrating consideration of both the individual and the organization.
  • Synthetically integrate their knowledge of the human resource management functions into the larger organizational system to achieve optimal organizational performance.
  • Demonstrate the in-depth knowledge and practical skills necessary to assess, design, manage, implement, and evaluate appropriate workplace practices and human resource strategy and appropriate workplace practices so that organizations can achieve a sustainable competitive advantage in a global environment.

Certificate in Global Project and Program Management

  • Develop the capacity to determine and organization’s project, product, and portfolio management efforts.
  • Acquire the ability to prepare and deliver project deliverables that include financial, technology, and project information to constituents.
  • Develop proficiency in the four phases of project and program management: preparing, starting, progressing, and achieving.

Co-curricular - Career Services

  • Students prepare and perform an effective job search including building a resume, preparing for an interview, and finding a job.

Co-curricular - Library

  • Information literate students access information, evaluate information, and apply information to research a topic.

Co-curricular - Tutoring

  • Students improve their comprehension of business subjects.

Co-curricular - Student Life

  • Student life leaders demonstrate leadership skill in running an organization following its bylaws.