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ERIC Number: ED067054
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Jan
Pages: 24
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External Degree Project. Summaries of Areas of Competency in Business Administration.
Syracuse Univ., NY. School of Management.
The School of Management at Syracuse University recently undertook the task of classifying the kinds of competency one should demonstrate in order to function effectively in positions within the field of Business Administration. The study is aimed at identifying the mix of technical skills, general ability, and background knowledge that fits recognized career patterns in modern business, and listing them in organized fashion. In addition, techniques, technology, and teaching approach are cited that are felt to be effective in communicating the appropriate core knowledge for individual areas of competency. Each of the 10 areas of competency is discussed individually. They are: financial information systems; environmental studies; logistics; quantitative analysis; accounting; finance; marketing; operations management; personnel and industrial relations; and advanced quantitative analysis. (HS)
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Authoring Institution: Syracuse Univ., NY. School of Management.