In order to ensure the transfer of learning and enable students to further develop competencies leading to clear profiles for their future careers, the MCI has formulated detailed cross-curricular learning goals.
The integration of these learning goals in curricula of programs with a business focus is an integral part of the teaching- and learning concept at MCI.
MCI’s learning goals clearly define what students will
after having completed a program at MCI.
The transfer of learning is facilitated through effective instructional design, by fostering students’ engagement, and by clearly articulated course syllabi as well as purposefully designed assignments and exams.
The achievement of cross-curricular program goals is tested regularly. Through this, MCI ensures that students actually achieve the benefits inherent in these learning goals.
In view of a comprehensive quality assurance, the achievement of interdisciplinary learning outcomes is verified on a regular basis, in order to ensure that our students actually benefit from the added value of the relevant additional competences.
The “Assurance of Learning” quality assurance framework is subjected to an external audit by an international accreditation organization (AACSB) every five years.
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is a US-based international non-profit organization founded in St. Louis in 1916 and connects the best business schools worldwide within a quality-focused network.
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Our graduates have fundamental knowledge and skills in management science.
Our students can explain and apply current concepts and theories in management science.
Our graduates have basic knowledge and skills in scientific methodology.
Our students can apply relevant theories and appropriate scientific methods in real-world contexts.
Our graduates have relevant problem-solving skills.
Our students can make active use of critical thinking skills in analogue or digital contexts.
Our students can approach problems responsibly considering ethical issues.
Our graduates have effective communication skills.
Our students can communicate effectively in analogue contexts.
Our students can communicate effectively in digital contexts.
Our graduates are effective communicators in their field of work.
Our students can discuss problems, ideas, and solutions with specialists and non-specialists.
Our graduates are competent in applying scientific methods to solve practical problems.
Our students can apply relevant theories and appropriate scientific methods in their field of work.
Our students can act according to ethical principles when doing scientific work.