(1) An overview of the subject (2) Major relevant points relative to economic, social, and/or legal implications; or, the impacts due to the lack of attention paid to the economic, social, and/or legal implications
The paper will include the following:
(1) An overview of the subject
(2) Major relevant points relative to economic, social, and/or legal implications; or, the impacts due to the lack of attention paid to the economic, social, and/or legal implications
(3) A discussion on how your subject relates to the University core values of excellence and integrity. Examples of questions that you should ask yourself include:
- Is there a commitment by any of the members of the organizations to achieve excellence and live their mission while delivering on its promise? How so?
- Does anyone pledge to be honest, just, and consistent in word and deed? How do you know these things?
- What are the indicators of their integrity or lack of integrity?
- What can you take away from what you have learned?
The paper must include a running head, page numbers, cover page, abstract, body, and reference page. References must be cited (in-text) using the APA format.
A minimum of five references are required, with no more than two from Internet sources. Do not use Wikipedia references or similar type references in your paper.
Additional grading criteria will include clarity of presentation, quality of content, mastery of content, care and attention to detail, organization, originality of presentation, and the value and interest of the presentation, as well as proper grammar and punctuation. The paper should consist of your original work. You are required to use no more than 15% of others’ quoted work when completing any assignments within this course of study.
Your research paper must therefore be 85% original.
Your paper will be assessed using an individual grading rubric, which is on the next page for your reference. This tool and process helps students identify and the instructor measure the key points necessary to successfully complete written assignments.
Important notes: Points will be deducted for non-APA formatted papers. APA format and style information is available via the course Resources section.