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Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Quality Assurance (QA) Report Institution Name: Date Address:

"ear Accredited: Universidad Argentina de la Empresa School of Economic Sciences Lima 717 uenos Aires ! Argentina #$$%

List All Accredited &rograms 'as the( appear in (our catalog): *he programs delivered at the School of Economic Sciences are: A in usiness Administration ' A) +ertified &u,lic Accountant '+&A) A in -ar.eting A in International *rade A in /uman 0esources A in 1inance A in Economics Sc in Agri,usiness Administration *he programs delivered at UADE usiness School are: -aster in usiness Administration -aster in /uman 0esources -anagement -aster in -ar.eting and Sales -anagement -aster in Institutional +ommunications -anagement -aster in Strategic Direction of Information -anagement -aster in 1inance and +ontrol -anagement

List all campuses that a student can earn a ,usiness degree from (our institution: Lima 717 uenos Aires Argentina Li,ertad 123$ uenos Aires ! Argentina &erson completing report Name: Dra4 -ar5a -arcela 0i66o &hone: 73!11!3$$$!72$% E!mail address: mri66o8uade4edu4ar A+ S& +hampion name: Dr4 9orge del :guila; Dr4 0icardo Smurra A+ S& +o!+hampion name: Ing4 Ale<andro +ardo6o; Dra4 -ar5a -arcela 0i66o

Are (ou re=uesting the oard of +ommissioners to remove notes or conditions 'attach appendi> to ?A report to <ustif( the removal): 0emove Note: 0emove +ondition: +ondition on Standard %4147 Educational &rograms Design 'See Appendi> I)

Items to be Addressed

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Faculty Qualifications +omplete the follo@ing ta,les for ne full!time and part!time faculty members only since last Report ("able #I):

*A LE AI Ne@ 1ull!time and &art!time 1acult( ?ualifications 'Use enclosed ta,le at the end of this document)

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Curriculum

14 List an( e>isting accredited degree programsBcurricula that have ,een substantially re$ised since (our last report and attach a *a,le AII +&+ +overage for each program4 NBA #4 List an( ne NBA 24 List an( accredited programs that have ,een terminated since (our last report4 NBA degree programs that have ,een developed and attach a *a,le AII +&+ +overage for each ne@ program since (our last report4

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%rgani&ation List an( organi6ational or administrative personnel changes @ithin the ,usiness unit since (our last report4 In order to optimi6e the @a( in @hich the Universit( is managedC at the end of #$$DC the E>ecutive +ommittee of the Universit( decided the follo@ing changes: *o split the School of Economic Sciences into t@o different undergraduate Schools4 *hese Schools are: School of Economic Sciences School of -anagement and usiness

Under the School of Economic Sciences there are the follo@ing programsC departments and institutes: +ertified &u,lic Accountant A in Agri,usiness A in International *rade A in 1inance A in Economics Department of Economics and 1inance Department of Agri,usiness Department of Accounting and *a>es Department of International *rade INE+E: Institute of Econom(

Under the School of -anagement and usiness there are the follo@ing programsC departments and institutes: A in Administration achelor in Flo,al usiness -anagement ' egins in #$11) A in -ar.eting A in /uman 0esources Department of Administration and /uman 0esources Department of -ar.eting INSAD: Institute of Administration4

9ust @ith the split of the School of Economic SciencesC it @as decided to create the Academic and Legal Secretar( that covers the functions of &rovost and the Legal Effice4

*he 0esearch Activities of the Universit( are +oordinated ,( &rofessor -ario Al,orno6 'See a,ridged 0esumee on Appendi> I)4 *he +oordinator of 0esearch has Staff 1unctionsC depending on 0ector4 /is main goals are to support advice and manage centrali6ed process of research4 In order to clarif( the changes e>pressed ,eforeC in Appendi> II (ou have the ne@ Ergani6ational +hart of the @hole Universit(4

#4 List all ne@ sites @here students can earn an accredited ,usiness degree ' international campusC off!campus or on campusC on!line) that have ,een added since (our last reportG NBA

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Conditions'(otes'%pportunity for Impro$ement (%FI) to be Addressed &lease e>plain and provide the necessar( documentationBevidence for addressing each conditionBnoteBE1I since (our last report4

Are (ou re=uesting the oard of +ommissioners to remove notes or conditions 'attach appendi> to ?A report to <ustif( the removal): 0emove Note: No Notes to ,e removed 0emove +ondition: +ondition on Standard %4143 +urriculum Design 'Appendi> III ( III a) Do not remove note or condition4 E>plain the progress made in removing the note or condition:

)* Program %utcomes List program outcomes for each accredited program4 14 ! A in usiness Administration Functions Acti$ities

The person that holds a degree in Business Administration in a globalized market and in a context of technological changes must be able to: Analysis, planning, organization, coordination, and control of managerial functions &ractice directionC planningC organi6ationC coordination and all .ind of control of organi6ations that @ant to carr( out in different .inds of organi6ations4 *a.e place in the definition of organi6ational o,<ectives and politicsC considering demands from the societ( and internal demandsC and evaluating the social and environmental impact4 Design and develop companiesH strategic planning appl(ing macro and microeconomic concepts in order to dra@ up via,le pro<ects in different .ind of organi6ations ,oth national and international4 Develop and implement control s(stems that allo@ the verification of the achievement of the o,<ectives and organi6ational goals in order to improve and innovate in processes4 Ela,orateC implement and control corporative pro<ects that ma.e eas( to reach corporative o,<ectives interacting @ith other professionals or other organismsC in national or international fields4 Design and esta,lish administrative structures and procedures that facilitate achieving organi6ational goals referred in different hierarchical levels and functions4 Data managing s(stems implementation in order to process accountingC ta> and financial information useful for strategic planningC control and investmentC financing and human resources management decisions4 +ompan( diagnosis appl(ingC if necessar(C methods and research techni=uesC in order to evaluate different action courses and investmentC financing and human resources management decisions4 Evaluate the feasi,ilit( and pertinence of pro<ects appl(ing macro and microeconomic concepts

Development and implementation of politics, methods and procedures of management, finance, marketing, budgeting, costs and human resources administration Application and implementation of systems of data managing in the managerial information process

Company Valuation

Functions Management of industrial relations, definition of remuneration systems and other aspects related to human resources in companies.

Acti$ities DesignC manage and evaluate the human resources integral policies defining remuneration and training s(stems useful to fulfill the compan( and the personnel needs4 -anage the human resources in the organi6ation in order to direct them to achieve the organi6ational goals ,( means of delegationC communicationC motivationC orientationC supervisionC discipline maintenanceC interpersonal conflicts solution and management of changes4

In udicial matters! the "A in "usiness Administration may be administrator in udicial interventions and be an e#pert consultant in different legal and udicial matters +* ! BA in ,ar-eting

e a,le to advise in <udicial matters related @ith organi6ations -anagement anal(6ing and using the necessar( legal information4

Functions

Acti$ities

*he person that holds a degree in International *rade in a glo,ali6ed mar.et and in a conte>t of technological changes must ,e a,le to:

Develop strategic vision aimed to detect opportunities in order to add value to clients. Desarrollar una visi$n estrat%gica orientada a la detecci$n de oportunidades para agregarle valor superior al cliente

Design commercial strategies for different products and services. Determine the best competitive position for the organization products and services. Be able to make market segmentations and to identify the best targets for the offer of one organization. Analyze one market and to find growth opportunities. Develop positioning for brands and concepts. ompetence analysis and competitive dynamics in order to determine opportunities and menaces.

Functions Values the importance of the efficient use of resources and the importance of getting concrete results and returns originated in marketing plans and the e#ecution of those plans. Market information analysis using statistical tools and information technology.

Acti$ities !valuate the marketing actions impact over returns and the resources of the company. "lan the use of the financial resources and other kind necessaries in order to carry out marketing actions. #nteger the commercial strategy to other organizational functions strategies an to be able to evaluate the interdependence between the different strategies. $easure the results of the marketing actions. %se the knowledge of other areas in order to plan& organize& coordinate and control the commercial processes of the organization. 'alue the relevance and the cost(benefit that results from obtaining and using market information to design an competitive strategy. Design market research studies& using research methodology in marketing and statistical analysis tools. %se statistical tools in order to transform market data in information useful for design strategies. !valuate if a market research study is well design from a methodological point of view. !valuate if a research results are appropriated and be able to use correctly the statistical methodology. %nderstand consumer decision making processes )esearch about consumer behavior #nteger knowledge about consumer behavior and strategic and operative marketing. !stablish which are the price& product& service& distribution and communication policies appropriated for the organization products and services according to the strategic targets and to the competitive situation. #nteger price& product& service& distribution and communication polices with each other and with the marketing strategy. *ind inconsistencies at marketing mix level and between the mix and the strategy. %nderstand the technology impact on the competitive position of the company. %nderstand the possibilities that technology offers to the marketing person in order to low costs and to add value. %se technology as a competitive tool an to integer it with the operative strategy of marketing.

Consumer behavioral analysis

&laboration of commercial policies at an operative level.

Value the technology importance in marketing 'ork.

34 ! A in International *rade Functions Acti$ities

The person that holds a degree in #nternational Trade in a globalized market and in a context of technological changes must be able to: Analysis, planning, organization, coordination, and control of processes of internationalization of companies that produces or e#changes goods and services. &ractice directionC planningC organi6ationC coordination and all .ind of control of organi6ations that @ant to carr( out on the internationali6ation process4 *a.e place in the definition of o,<ectives and politics related to e>ternal mar.ets ta.ing into consideration the ,ac.groundC the strategic goals of the compan(C the societ( evaluating the social and environmental impact4 Design and develop usiness strategies in a glo,al conte>t ,( means of the detectionC anal(sis and ,( ta.ing advantage of ,usiness opportunities ,et@een companies and countries across the @orld4 In order to dra@ up via,le pro<ects in different international organi6ationsC there must ,e applied micro and macroeconomic concepts4 Develop and implement control s(stems that allo@ the verification of the achievement of the o,<ectives and organi6ational goals in the international field4

Development and implementation of politics, methods and procedures for marketing, administration and international logistic.

Ela,orateC implement and control corporative pro<ects that ma.e eas( to reach corporative o,<ectives related to international tradeC interacting @ith other professionals or other organismsC in national or international fields4 Design and esta,lish administrative structures and procedures that facilitates achieving organi6ational commercial and logistics goals referred to its e>ternal mar.ets -anage the international trade procedures -anage the international trade process operation through the integration of an effective chain of provisionC planning and e>ecuting activities that add value to organi6ations ,( developing the processes for import and e>port goods and services4 Develop international trade strategies that ma.e up productive chainsC in frame of the customs operation and using the international commercial treats4

Importation and e#portation operational Management and Management of the international physic distribution.

Functions

Acti$ities Ino@ integrall( mar.eting tools and their application in the comple> @orld of international ,usiness4 Evaluate and introduce innovative mar.eting models for glo,al competition4 Fenerate mar.et understanding creating ,rand valueC ,eing a,le to ma>imi6e organi6ational profits and improving the life =ualit( of the consumersC through the incursion in glo,al ,usiness4 &ro<ect international goods and services demand4 0esearch a,out local and e>ternal mar.ets4

International Marketing

74 ! A in /uman 0esources Functions

Acti$ities

The person that holds a degree in +uman )esources in a globalized market and in a context of technological changes must be able to: .esign organi&ational /uman Resources strategies and policies in different dimensions in order to align practices to support the ob0ecti$es of the company depending on their human resources ,onitor implementation of all acti$ities in the area to assess the Compliance strategies and policies of /uman Resources %rgani&ation and ma-e decisions if necessary* Understand the organi6ational o,<ectives and the strateg( of the compan(4 Understand the needs of the Ergani6ation in order to staff to meet the o,<ectives4 Assess the capa,ilities and availa,ilit( of staff and on that ,asis ma.e a diagnosis4 &rovide appropriate actions to provide the Ergani6ation @ith ade=uate human resources4 E,tain information during the process to control the compliment of all the policies that are under its responsi,ilit(4 Evaluate @hether the policies are appropriate and achieve the e>pected results 0elieve information related to internal clients to determine their satisfaction level4 &ropose to the Direction all the corrections considered necessar(4 &rovide the implementation of the corrections proposed See. constantl( an e>cellence la,or environmentC in an high motivational environment in @hich emplo(erBemplo(ee interests are com,ined4 Design instruments to assess the +ompliance strategies and policies of /uman 0esources Ergani6ation and ma.e decisions if necessar(

Functions Plan and direct all actions related to selection and de$elopment of personnel in order to guarantee the appropriate pro$ision of personnel re1uired by the organi&ation2 and also the a$ailability of 1ualified resources for its tables replacement

Acti$ities &lan the necessar( /uman 0esources for the organi6ation functionC anticipating their movements 'in and out) in order to count @ith them at all times for the compliment of the organi6ational goals4 &lan and organi6e the resources that are necessar( in the sector4 +hose the ade=uate information s(stem to support the data,ase4 Define the ade=uate canals to enroll people4 Design the process of selection4 Ergani6e a personal inventor( in order to see. this information in a =uic. @a( @hen there are need personnel replacements4 Detect the training needs ,( an organi6ational anal(sis4 Design proper training programs4 +arr( out properl( training programs4 Asses the training program measuring participants satisfactionC ,ehavior changes and concrete results on diar( activities Encourage emplo(ees to get interest in coordinate their personal trainee needs @ith the organi6ation needs4 -onitor constantl( the @or. environment in order to find conflict situations and tr(ing to improve it4 Jrite the Internal 0ules that complement the norms adapting it to organi6ational needs4 -eet @ith the emplo(ees representatives 'delegates and unions) to negotiate @hat the( need or the organi6ation need in order to reach to agreements4 Advise different units on @or. matters4 Design communication pieces ,et@een the organi6ation and personnel4 +hoose the ade=uate tools to guarantee that the emplo(eesH salaries are ade=uate4 Lead the <o, description process Lead the <o, assessing process4 Anal(6e the @or. mar.et and advise the managers a,out the compan( position4 uild the salar( structure ta.ing into consideration the <o, assessing4 Design the process of assessing personnel4 Define and design salaries policies4 +hoose the ade=uate soft@are Design and organi6e the emplo(eesH management choosing the ,est method for .eeping documentation4 +ontrol that the salaries and the emplo(ees management fulfill the legal re=uirements

Plan and direct training acti$ities in an efficient ay in an continuous impro$ement en$ironment based on a complete and realistic e$aluation of training needs

.irect the acti$ities of relationships ith personal and the de$elopment of the policies of internal communications in order to contribute ith the generation of or- en$ironment that allo s the normal operation of the company enhancing the communications and minimi&ing conflicts*

Plan and direct the application of the earnings and benefits policy of the company in order to reach the goals of the organi&ation related to it*

3ead the Personal Administration and Payroll

Carry out and coordinate the 4or- ,edical Ser$ice Functions Represent the organi&ation to defend its interests

+hoose and control the e>ternal service4 +ontrol a,senteeism anal(6ing its causesC and proposing ideas to reduce it4 Acti$ities

e a,le to go to <usticeC unionsC or @hereverC if necessar(C to defend the compan( interests4

%4 ! A in 1inance Functions Acti$ities

*he person that holds a degree of A in 1inance in a glo,ali6ed mar.et and in a conte>t of technological changes must ,e a,le to:

E>ercise the managerial functions of planningC organi6ation and coordination in non!financial firms4 &articipate in defining goals and policies related to financial management of the compan(C considering the national and international economic environmentC the strategic goals of the organi6ation and societ(4

Analyze, plan, organize, coordinate, and control of processes of financial management in non financial companies.

Design and develop financial strategies in a glo,al conte>t through the anal(sisC evaluation and e>ploitation of opportunities that are detected ,( appl(ing it to various financial techni=ues and .no@ledge micro and macroC allo@ing the development of ,usiness pro<ects and investment alternatives via,le and sustaina,leC anal(6ingC evaluating and implementing investment pro<ects4

&erform 'and supervise the implementation) of the actions needed to achieve the goals of the organi6ation in financial mattersC including treasur( management and evaluation of ne@ ,usiness4

Functions

Acti$ities

(lan, organize, coordinate and implement the activities of financial institutions and capital market agents

Design the general strateg( of financial organi6ations and organi6ations from capital mar.etsC and e>ecute 'or coordinate and supervise the implementation) for the management of financial assets and lia,ilities4

&erform anal(sisC assessmentC implementation and monitoring of funding and investment decisionsC considering and controlling various ris.sC ma.ing prudential decisions a,out li=uidit( and solvenc( articulating organi6ationHs temporal sense the goals of the organi6ation in order to ensure its strength and sustaina,ilit(4 Develop financial products that could ,e placed on the mar.et including derivatives Design investment portfolios that meet the needs of different professional investors or organi6ations4 Anal(6e the impact of shoc.s on the portfolio -onitor closel( developments in financial and capital mar.ets to anticipate and suggest or implement changes to portfolios that @ould fit4

Manage investment portfolios in different types of organizations, financial and nonfinancial, and individual level.

)perate in capital markets

&articipate activel( and practicall( in the operations of the financial and capital mar.et 'trader) Intermediate ,et@een suppliers and purchasers of fundsC helping to meet the needs of others4 &articipate in an( matter involved in the local and international financial management

5* ! BA in )conomics Functions Acti$ities

The person that holds a degree of BA in !conomics in a globalized market and in a context of technological changes must be able to: !xercise managerial functions& planning functions& organization& coordination and all kind of control in organizations that need economic analysis for their own use ,companies& financial companies- or in order to advice others. Take part in ob.ective definitions and policies related to the organization in the national and international environment& to the strategic goals& to society reality ,considering the cultural& sociological values and so- and evaluating their social and ambient impact. Design and develop economic sceneries in a global and general e/uilibrium environment taking into consideration the organizational strengths and weakness& the national environment& the effect of public policies ,fiscal and monetary- in order to strengthen the organization capacity of anticipating and preventing the impact of adverse shocks and to get benefits from favorable effects. Design alternative strategies in de different economic sceneries that should be built in order to give advice in decision making and in the planning of organization activities in short& median and long term.

(lan, organize, be able to process implementation and to make reports for the economic analysis of the environment of the organization and advice in making decisions in the short, medium and long term.

(reparation of studies and analysis of markets and sectors that allo's the optimization of the decision process in the economy.

Develop economic studies related to conditions in the mar.ets for certain products and ela,orate pro<ections of suppl( and demand ,oth at the national and international level regarding of goods and services and capitals that contri,ute to the ,etter achievement of the compan( and societ( o,<ectives and a ,etter and more informed decision ma.ing processes4 +onduct studies of the sector 'industrialC agriculturalC mineralC energ(C tradeC transport and infrastructure and financial) to consider the issue of goods and services tradedC the conditions of suppl( and demand in the domestic mar.etC the conditions international mar.ets and e>posure to changes in pu,lic polic(4

Functions

Acti$ities Anal(6eC develop and manage investment pro<ectsC industrialC commercialC social or economic infrastructure in colla,oration @ith specialists in other areas of .no@ledge that @ill e>pand the suppl( of production at the level of the compan( or the government4 Assess the economic content of the institutionalC legal and regulator( environments and @ill impact on the organi6ationC identif(ing threats and opportunities 'for ,usiness) and opportunities for improvement of institutional =ualit( 'for government and civil organi6ations)4 0evie@ and formulate policies Anal(6e the mone( mar.etC foreign e>change and capital and the determinants of its d(namics4 Anal(6e fiscal polic( and pu,lic e>penditure in different dimensions anticipating the effects of ta> polic(C the level and efficienc( of pu,lic spending and the effect on the outcome of the fiscal accounts 'surplus or deficit) on the economic environmentC ,usiness and societ(

"e able to make studies of investment and assessment of institutional frame'orks

(erform cyclical studies that allo' a more economic based decision making in the organization.

K4 ! S+ in Agri,usiness Administration Functions Acti$ities

The person that holds a degree in Agribusiness in a globalized market and in a context of technological changes must be able to: Analysis, planning, organization, coordination, direction and control of the managerial functions of an agro enterprise Design indicators and key factors for the evaluation of the activities that are carried out in an agro enterprise. Design plans in order to set up activities and appropriate control panels helpful to assess the achievement of the ob.ectives proposed. 'erify the development of the indicators and the key factors in the evaluation of the results of the activities of an agro enterprise. *ollow up the plans carried out in order to coordinate different activities and groups. Be able to manage a reorganization of an agro !nterprise. Design a working plan in order to coordinate different activities and working groups

Functions

Acti$ities

*esearch about Management.

topics

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Agribusiness

Draw up a proposal to carry out or coordinate the execution of the results of the research made.

Make analysis about the efficiency of the use of the resources of an Agribusiness &nterprise, regional and national level.

$ake a situational diagnosis of the company and the context in order to make recommendations or proposes that allow the search of agreements or solutions for sectors& regional or national problems. $ake recommendations and proposes in order to obtain solutions in the search of the rational use of human resources.

Develop agribusiness

Design& evaluate and manage Agribusiness pro.ects taking into consideration analysis and situational basis and return.

F* Performance Results "he follo ing tables list the fi$e performance indicators and the definitions of the outcomes (not all inclusi$e2 0ust e6amples)* "ables 7 !8 must be used to report your performance results*

"able I Student 3earning Results (Re1uired for each accredited program) 7* ! BA in Business Administration Performance Indicator 7* Student 3earning Results .efinition A student learning outcome is one that measures a specific competenc( attainment4 !xamples of a direct assessment ,evidence- of student learning attainment that might be used include: capstone performance& third0party examination& faculty0designed examination& professional performance& licensure examination-. *o help students succeedC communit( colleges must ,oth assess s.ills and remediate deficiencies ,efore students ta.e more than #7 percent of the credits in ,usiness programs4 Add these to the description of the measurement instrument in column t@o: 1ormative An assessment conducted during the studentHs education4 Summative An assessment conducted at the end of the studentHs education4 Internal An assessment instrument that @as developed @ithin the ,usiness unit4 E>ternal An assessment instrument that @as developed outside the ,usiness unit4 +omparative +ompare results ,et@een classesC ,et@een online and on ground classesC et@een professorsC ,et@een programsC ,et@een campusesC or compare to e>ternal results such as results from the U4S4 Department of Education 0esearch and StatisticsC or results from a vendor providing compara,le data4 Analysis of Results Areas of Success Analysis and Action "a-en Results of Insert 9raph of Action "a-en Resulting "rends (occurs in the for +!8 :ears follo ing (please graph all year) a$ailable data up to fi$e years) #$$7 7$L Je have incremented the #$$D 7%L #$$7 2$L num,er of oral presentations #$$% 7$L in different su,<ects4 #$$7 7$L #$$K D$L #$$D 7%L

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*he percentage of students that get ver( good or good in oral e6pression must ,e e=ual or greater than 7$L

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Areas of Success

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The average mark taking into consideration the six items was 112 in the period 34410 3445 +pecific Competences Average per period ,--./,--0 %nderstand the nature and implications of a problem. 512 Analyze and value information 162 Define action alternatives 762 Anticipate to conse/uences 812 9ustif( the nature and the implications of the decisions ta.en 712 Ergani6e the information in order to communicate it 192

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Je included Jor.shops of @ritten e>pression4 Je re=uired customi6ation for the su,<ect: LanguageC Logic and Argumentation4 Students that follo@ plan #$$% has to hand in a @ritten report of their 1inal &ro<ect4 Je have incremented the num,er of @ritten @or. in different su,<ects4 Since #$$K @e included and intermediate integrative e>am at the end of the second (ear of the program in order to measure specific competences4 At the end of the third (ear of the program @e implemented an integrative &ro<ect to evaluate the .no@ledge a,out: +ommerce Eperations I and International Logistics I4 Con1uests and Prices

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*hird (ear students @on the Premio Santander R=o al ,erito acad>mico ;??@ Student of the third (ear of the program @on the third place on the con=uest:

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+oncurso Salven las 1otos organi6ado por nuestra Universidad During Decem,er #$$K *here @ere given the prices of the O#S +EN+U0SE DE *0A A9ES UNIAE0SI*A0I ES SE 0E +E-E0+IE ET*E0IE0P organi6ed ,( U4A4D4E and the -aga6ine Aalor 14E4 *hird (ear students participated of the con=uest: OSudUfrica en perspectiva4 Una mirada desde ArgentinaP organi6ed ,( the +Umara de +omercio Argentina Sudafricana %ther actionsA It @as increased th ,i,liograph( in English Language4 Students participated of Jor.shops on Erator( in order to

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improve their ,asic competences4 *here @ere incorporated specialists on oral e>pression in technical su,<ects4 Increased of oral e>ams4 Increased of final @ritten reports in order to improve the @ritten e>pression4
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+oorgani6ador del II Encuentro Universitario de 0ecursos /umanos organi6ado por AD+A Jor.shop for /uman 0esources Education: O1ormando para la DiversidadP4 ENF LA USINAC for students and alumni of the program4 O&roeficiencia: Ideas en -ovimientoPC Santiago Farc5a ArenalC +EE Latam &rosegurC for students and alumni of the program4 OEl rol de los incentivos en la +risis 1inanciera -undialP

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Econom( No,el &ri6e &rof4 AumannC for UADE communit( O+apacitaciVn como Estrategia de NegocioPC &rof4 Daniel -art5ne6C for students and alumni of the program4 +ourses on: OSistemas e<erman: Li=uidaciVn de SueldosPC for students and alumni of the program4 OSelecciVn por +ompetencias OSimulaciVnC 0ealidad ( Second LifePC for students and alumni of the program4 OEl Desaf5o de Liderar a la FeneraciVn "PC for students and alumni of the program4 OImpuesto a las Fanancias 3ta4 +ategor5aPC for students and alumni of the program4

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+orporate 1inance IIC Evaluation and credit ris.C @e also created a su,<ect called Anal(sis and evaluation of fi> rent instrumentsC in this su,<ect there are anal(6ed the main aspects of the main instruments of our mar.et4 Since Decem,er #$$D @e are @or.ing @ith the Engineering School in order to create a +apital -ar.et Simulator4 *here @ere defined the main instructions in order to develop e &ro<ect @ith secondar( schools4 It @as develop a su,<ect on 1inal 0esearch &ro<ect4 *he =ualit( of the pro<ects has improved dramaticall(4

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5* ! BA in )conomics Performance Indicator 7* Student 3earning Results (Re1uired for each accredited program) Performance ,easure (Competency) .escription of ,easurement Instrument to include 1ormativeC summativeC internalC e>ternalC or comparative4 Summative4 Analysis of Results Areas of Success Analysis and Action "a-en Results of Action "a-en (occurs in the follo ing year) Insert 9raph of Resulting "rends for +!8 :ears (please graph all a$ailable data up to fi$e years) #$$7 7$L #$$% 37L #$$7 71L #$$K %2L #$$D DKL .efinition

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*here have ,een increased the oral presentations in different su,<ects4 *here are also intermediate oral evaluations of the 1inal 0esearch &ro<ect4 *his situation gave incentives to students to participate on @or.shops to improve their oral presentations4 Je encourage participation in Jor.shops of @ritten e>pression4 It has ,een revie@ed and improved the methodolog( for preparation and presentation of the 1inal &ro<ect 0eseach4

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It has ,een increased the =uantit( of su,<ects in @hich it is mandator( to present @ritten pro<ects4 7$L of the students must ,e a,le to understand the nature and implications of a problem in a satisfactor( @a( 'Food or ver( good) 7$L of the students must ,e a,le to analy&e and $alue information in a satisfactor( @a( 'Food or ver( good) Summative4 #$$7 K3L *here have ,een performed actions to improve the understanding of the students on economic pro,lemsC information and the construction of macroeconomic models4 Je encouraged the critic anal(sis and information evaluation of economic information in the follo@ing su,<ects: Economic IndicatorsC National AccountsC and Econometrics4 Je also tr( to develop in our students the critical e(e a,out the usage of information and the limits to the macroeconomic models in the follo@ing su,<ects: Economics &olic(C -onetar( and ta>a,le &olic( and in the 1inal 0esearch &ro<ect4 *he selection of different alternatives #$$D D2L #$$7 KKL #$$% KDL #$$7 K3L #$$K 77L #$$D D2L

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it is encouraged on su,<ects li.e &ro<ect EvaluationC &u,lic 1inanceC -acroeconomics and &olitical Economics4 Je continue the use of economic sceneries on different su,<ects4

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*o give the students tools that allo@ them to <ustif( and support their decisions have ,een ta.en for@ard the follo@ing : 0eali6ation of short essa(s @ithin certain su,<ects4 StrengthenC in the su,<ects decision!ma.ing process and incorporate testimon( concerning4 Je encourage students to @rite papers in different su,<ects4

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Performance ,easure (Competency)

*he percentage of students that get ver( good or good in oral e6pression must ,e e=ual or greater than 7$L *he percentage of students that get ver( good or good in ritten e6pression (critical thin-ing2 identifying -ey concepts and ritten e6pression) must ,e e=ual or greater than 7$L 7$L of the students must ,e a,le to understand the nature and implications of a problem in a satisfactor( @a( 'Food or ver( good) 7$L of the students must ,e a,le to analy&e and $alue information in a satisfactor( @a( 'Food or ver( good)

.escription of ,easurement Instrument to include 1ormativeC summativeC internalC e>ternalC or comparative4 Summative4

Analysis of Results Areas of Success Analysis and Action "a-en

Results of Action "a-en (occurs in the follo ing year)

Insert 9raph of Resulting "rends for +!8 :ears (please graph all a$ailable data up to fi$e years) #$$7 %$L #$$% %$L #$$7 Non 0epresentative Sample #$$K %$L #$$D D3L #$$7 $L #$$% $L #$$7 Non 0epresentative Sample #$$K 12L #$$D 7#L

#$$7: Non 0epresentative Sample

#$$D D3L It @as recommended the attendance to Jor.shops of @riting e>pressionC 0esume confection and @or.ing insertion4 *he 1inal &ro<ect has to have @ritten and oral presentation for all the students4

Summative4

#$$7: Non 0epresentative Sample

#$$D 7#L

Summative

#$$7 DDL Je are planning to add some real cases to some su,<ects

#$$D 1$$L

#$$7 KKL #$$% DDL #$$7 DD L #$$K D$L #$$D 1$$L

Summative4

#$$7 DDL

#$$D 1$$L

#$$7 D7L #$$% 1$$L #$$7 DD L #$$K 1$$L #$$D 1$$L

2K

7$L of the students must ,e a,le to define action alternati$es in a satisfactor( @a( 'Food or ver( good)

Summative4

#$$7 DDL

#$$D 1$$L

#$$7 K$L #$$% DDL #$$7 DD L #$$K 1$$L #$$D 1$$L

7$L of the students must ,e a,le to anticipate to conse1uences in a satisfactor( @a( 'Food or ver( good) 7$L of the students must ,e a,le to 0ustify the nature and the implications of the decisions ta-en in a satisfactor( @a( 'Food or ver( good) 7$L of the students must ,e a,le to organi&e the information in order to communicate it in a satisfactor( @a( 'Food or ver( good)

Summative4

#$$7 DD L

#$$D K2L

#$$7 7$L #$$% DDL #$$7 DD L #$$K 1$$L #$$D K2L

Summative4

#$$7 DD L

#$$D K2L

#$$7 %KL #$$% DDL #$$7 DD L #$$K K#L #$$D K2L

Summative4

#$$7 DDL

#$$D %7L

#$$7 3KL #$$% K2L #$$7 DD L #$$K D1L #$$D %7L

Note: It is important to remar. that this program is a ver( small oneC @ith fe@ students4

2D

"able II Student and Sta-eholder!Focused Results ;* Student! and Sta-eholder!Focused Results

Student! and sta.eholder!focused results e>amine ho@ @ell (our organi6ation satisfies students and sta.eholders .e( needs and e>pectations4 :ey indicators may include: satisfaction and dissatisfaction of current and past students and key stakeholders& perceived value& loyalty& persistence& or other aspects of relationship building& end of course surveys& alumni surveys& #nternship feedback& etc. Each academic unit must demonstrate lin.ages to ,usiness practitioners and organi6ationsC @hich are current and significantC including an advisor( ,oard4 &eriodic surve(s should ,e made of graduatesC transfer institutionsC andBor emplo(ers of graduates to o,tain data on the success of ,usiness programs in preparing students to compete successfull( for entr(!level positions4 . Analysis of Results Areas of Success Analysis and Results of Action Insert 9raph of Action "a-en "a-en (occurs in the Resulting "rends follo ing year) for +!8 :ears (please graph all a$ailable data up to fi$e years) Annuall( @e carr( out a O+ompan(Hs 1airP @here students and companies can get in touch4 As @e @or. @ith a See elo@ competence model @e are permanentl( in touch @ith companies #$$7 #$$% #$$7 2#$ 2%7 213

Performance ,easure (Competency)

.escription of ,easurement Instrument

Internships (CCCCC) Je donHt have performance measures a,out this item

0eports issued ,( the Students Affairs Effice

+ertified &u,lic Accountant

3$

Agri,usiness

A in usiness Administration

A in -ar.eting

#$$K #$$D #$$7 #$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D #$$7 #$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D #$$7 #$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D

#%2 %K # 2 2 K 1 %32 %1% 71# 313 DD 2%2 237 217 2#% %7

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Performance ,easure (Competency)

.escription of ,easurement Instrument

Areas of Success

Analysis and Action "a-en

Results of Action "a-en (occurs in the follo ing year)

A in International *rade

A in Economics

A in 1inance

A in /uman 0esources Alumni Surve(4 *he( ans@er a =uestion a,out ho@ do the( consider the program Alumni Surve( See Appendi> IA: Alumni Surve( &rogram directors receive this surve( and get in touch @ith students and @ith alumni4 See Appendi> IA: Alumni Surve(

Satisfaction'.issatisfaction ith the 1uality of the program Students that finish their orhen they

Insert 9raph of Resulting "rends for +!8 :ears (please graph all a$ailable data up to fi$e years) #$$7 11$ #$$% 17D #$$7 172 #$$K 1%3 #$$D 1D #$$7 3K #$$% 22 #$$7 27 #$$K 3$ #$$D 7 #$$7 27 #$$% #D #$$7 23 #$$K #7 #$$D K #$$7 1K7 #$$% 17K #$$7 #$7 #$$K 1DD #$$D 3D See Appendi> TTT: Alumni Surve(

See Appendi> AIII: Alumni Surve(

See Appendi> AIII: Alumni Surve(

See Appendi> AIII: Alumni Surve(

Students that graduate ith a 9PA o$er @ and bello D A in usiness Administration

Source: 0egistrar Effice

#$$7 #%

#$$D 31

#$$7 #% #$$% 1% #$$7 #% #$$K

3#

3 #$$D 31 Agri,usiness Source: 0egistrar Effice Source: 0egistrar Effice $ $ $ #$$7 7 #$$% 1 #$$7 1$ #$$K 2 #$$D K #$$7 D #$$% 1% #$$7 #2 #$$K 3 #$$D ## #$$7 1# #$$% K #$$7 11 #$$K # #$$D 17 #$$7 1 #$$% 7 #$$7 1 #$$K $ #$$D # #$$7 $ #$$% # #$$7 1 #$$K $ #$$D 1 #$$7 # #$$% 1# #$$7 # #$$K 2 #$$D 13 #$$7 #$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D $ # # 2 $ 2

A in International *rade

#$$7 1$

#$$D

A in -ar.eting

Source: 0egistrar Effice

#$$7 #2

#$$D ##

A in /uman 0esources

Source: 0egistrar Effice

#$$7 11

#$$D 17

A in Economics

Source: 0egistrar Effice

#$$7 1

#$$D #

A in 1inance

Source: 0egistrar Effice

#$$7 1

#$$D 1

+ertified &u,lic Accountant Students that graduate 9PA o$er D ith a

Source: 0egistrar Effice

#$$7 #

#$$D 13

A in usiness Administration Agri,usiness

Source: 0egistrar Effice Source: 0egistrar

#$$7 2 $

#$$D 2 $

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Effice A in International *rade Source: 0egistrar Effice #$$7 1 #$$D 1 #$$7 1 #$$% # #$$7 1 #$$K $ #$$D 1 #$$7 1 #$$% # #$$7 1 #$$K $ #$$D $ #$$7 1 #$$% 1 #$$7 $ #$$K $ #$$D 2 #$$7 1 #$$% $ #$$7 $ #$$K $ #$$D 1 $ #$$D 1 #$$7 1 #$$% 1 #$$7 $ #$$K 1 #$$D %

A in -ar.eting

Source: 0egistrar Effice

#$$7 1

#$$D $

A in /uman 0esources

Source: 0egistrar Effice

#$$7 $

#$$D 2

A in Economics

Source: 0egistrar Effice Source: 0egistrar Effice Source: 0egistrar Effice

#$$7 $

#$$D 1

A in 1inance

#$$7 $

#$$D 1

+ertified &u,lic Accountant

#$$7 $

#$$D %

(CCCCC) It is important to remar. that the La@ for Internships has changed4 *he internship programs has ,een strongl( restricted producing a ver( important decrease on the num,er of interns hired ,( companies4

"able III Budgetary2 Financial2 and ,ar-et Results +* Budgetary2 Financial2 and ,ar-et Performance Results udgetar(C financialC and mar.et performance results e>amine '1) management and use of financial resources and '#) mar.et challenges and opportunities4 Ade=uate financial resources are vital to ensuring an outstanding facult( and teaching environment4 *he resources ,udgeted for and allocated to ,usiness units should ,e ade=uate to fund the necessar( technolog( and training to allo@ students to develop the re=uisite competencies for ,usiness environments4 :ey indicators may include: expenditures per business student& business program expenditures as a percentage of budget& annual business unit budget increases or decreases& enrollment increase or decrease of business students& transfer in or out of

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Performance ,easure (Competency)

.escription of ,easurement Instrument

Direct E>pense per Student

It is considered ta.ing into consideration all the undergraduate programs4 It is considered ta.ing into consideration school e>penses and school students It is considered ta.ing into consideration the e>penses of all the undergraduate programs4 It is considered ta.ing into consideration school e>penses and program e>penses4 It is considered ta.ing into consideration school e>penses and program e>penses4 It is considered ta.ing into consideration school e>penses and program e>penses4 It is considered ta.ing

Indirect E>pense per Student

School udget as a percentage of the universit(

A in usiness Administration

Agri,usiness

A in International *rade A in -ar.eting

business students& student credit hour production& or comparative data. Analysis of Results Areas of Success Analysis and Action Results of Action Insert 9raph of "a-en "a-en (occurs in the Resulting "rends for follo ing year) +!8 :ears (please graph all a$ailable data up to fi$e years) (Annually on ES.) Currency (7ES. F G+) #$$7 ##7 #$$% 22D ('A ('A ('A #$$7 277 #$$K 3$K #$$D 7%D #$$7 7%7 #$$% 7D2 ('A ('A ('A #$$7 727 #$$K K$% #$$D DK7 #$$7 73L #$$% 72L ('A ('A ('A #$$7 3DL #$$K 3DL #$$D 37L Program Budget as a percentage of the school #$$7 21L #$$% 2$L ('A ('A ('A #$$7 #DL #$$K #KL #$$D #KL #$$7 #L #$$% #L ('A ('A ('A #$$7 #L #$$K #L #$$D #L #$$7 11L #$$% 11L ('A ('A ('A #$$7 11L #$$K 1#L #$$D 11C7L ('A ('A ('A #$$7 1DL

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into consideration school e>penses and program e>penses4 It is considered ta.ing into consideration school e>penses and program e>penses4 It is considered ta.ing into consideration school e>penses and program e>penses4 It is considered ta.ing into consideration school e>penses and program e>penses4 It is considered ta.ing into consideration school e>penses and program e>penses4

A in /uman 0esources

('A

('A

('A

A in Economics

('A

('A

('A

A in 1inance

('A

('A

('A

+ertified &u,lic Accountant

('A

('A

('A

School Enrollment

('A

('A

('A

#$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D #$$7 #$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D #$$7 #$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D #$$7 #$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D #$$7 #$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D #$$7 #$$% #$$7 #$$K #$$D

1KL 1KL 17L 17C7L 7L 7L KL KL KL 2L 2L 2L 2L 2L 2L 2L 2L #L #L 1DL 1DL #$L 17C7L 1%L #%2# #23# #K$7 23$7 212D

Source: +ontrol -anagement Effice4

3%

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