The purpose of case studies is for you to use your critical thinking skills. Utilize the knowledge you have acquired from your other business classes as well as what you have currently learned in this Ethics class to analyze the business situation and answer the provided corresponding questions for each Case Study Assignment.
One of the objectives of these case studies is to prove your competency in the written form of communication. Therefore, you must be thoughtful and thorough in your answers. Simply listing your responses is unacceptable. In addition, I expect proper grammar and punctuation to be used. Consequently, it is in your best interest to proofread your work before submission. Furthermore, answering case study questions with 1-2 sentences is not acceptable. You need to clearly state your answers; form your opinion if asked; and be able to justify your answers. Please refer to the rubric for further grading criteria.
I highly encourage you to utilize supplementary sources in addition to your textbook. This will provide you a more thorough overview of the case study. Regardless, if you decide to use sources outside your textbook or the textbook alone, please provide in-text citations and a reference page at the end.
Instructions for Case Study Assignments:
For each assignment, you will have 1 case to read, analyze, and answer the provided corresponding questions. To thoroughly answer the case questions, your assignment should be between 3-4 pages.
APA format, 12pt font, Times New Roman, double-spaced, with 1″ margins.
If you use sources outside your textbook, please provide in-text citations and a reference page at the end of your assignment.