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Pamplin School of Business Assessment

Assessment in the Pamplin School of Business features a well-defined process of examining outcomes tied to the student learning goals for each program. This process consists of workshops for faculty at the beginning of each academic year where the previous year's assessment results are reviewed, specific outcomes are identified for each learning goal, and methods for measuring the outcomes are established, both direct and indirect.

Business faculty then submit the results of their embedded assessment efforts at the end of the year for compilation into an annual report, which is then shared more broadly within the school at the next workshop. This review and planning cycle enables improvement on any methods or outcomes that do not meet the standards of the school and faculty.

The Pamplin School of Business has established goals and outcomes for its programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

See here for the Undergraduate Goals and Outcomes