Preparing Business Students to Thrive in the Future Economy: The Case for Developing Course Learning Outcomes Aligned with Newly Updated In-Demand Job Skills
The study focuses on the dynamic employment market and empowering business school graduates with job skills by improving curricula practices. Studies in recent years have focused on employability skills and trying to address the skills gap. The scope of the nonacademic skills set is broad, with each study defining a specific purpose. The authors introduce and analyze considerations for bridging the education-employment preparation gap. The research is a case study on addressing three desired employability skills with curricula and programming established in the College of Business and Management at Lynn University.
Journal for Advancing Business Education (JABE)
International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE)
Overland Park, KS
College of Business and Management
Migliano, K., & Rao, H. (2023, October). Preparing business students to thrive in the future economy: The case for developing course learning outcomes aligned with newly updated in-demand job skills. Journal for Advancing Business Education, 7-26. https://iacbe.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/JABE-Special-Issue-2023.pdf