Consistent with the mission and purpose of Clarke University, the accounting and business department promotes ethical and collaborative scholarship and business practice. Our purpose is to advance the work of the university community through business education, collaborative projects and community linkages. We encourage those affiliated with the accounting and business department (students, faculty, staff and colleagues) to grow intellectually and spiritually and to value lifelong learning.
- Communication: Acquire ability to communicate effectively, in writing and orally, with people of diverse social, business and professional backgrounds internal and external to the organization.
- Knowledge in the Functional Areas of Business: Demonstrate the ability to identify business principles and use relevant ethical business practices to conceptualize solutions in specific domestic and global business environments.
- Critical Thinking and Analytical Reasoning: Demonstrate the ability to analyze and synthesize data and information, and construct cogent arguments considering the ethical implications, all stake holders, and business environments.
- Technology: Use information technology to enhance efficiency and productivity within the business environment using information technology.