Regular evaluation activities comprise the foundation of a quality business program. The College of Business and Information Technology uses a variety of direct and indirect assessments to evaluate learning outcomes in undergraduate and graduate programs. Results of assessment activities are continuously reviewed by the college and corrective actions are taken when needed.

Assessment tools deployed by the college are listed below: 

Assessments Assessment Measures
Assurance of learning at a program level
  • Course-embedded traits
  • External ETS
  • Ethics case study
Mission and selected topics general student satisfaction Focus groups
Heuristic capture of student preparation for capstone Observations of capstone experience
EBI Graduate Survey EBI Graduates
EBI Alumni Survey EBI Alumni survey
LTU Graduating Survey All Graduates in the College of Business and IT
Formal Review of curricula Review of curricula
Faculty teaching, research and service Annual reviews
Student satisfaction with course content, materials, evaluation of instructor & methods Midterm course evaluation and end-of-term course evaluation
Retention Studies Exit Interviews, University Data, etc.