BA 300 Hybrid
The final exam will be given
promptly at 6:00pm
Two hours and forty minutes are allowed.
Graduate students will assist as proctors.
Please be on time.
If you are not in place when the
exam is distributed, you may be asked to wait until distribution of the exam is complete before
you are seated.
The room assignments are:
Monday Sections (1, 2 ands 3):
Tuesday Sections (4, 5, and 11): EBA-343
Here is a link to the campus map:
The material covered will include the videos, assigned readings, slides, and lecture material from
the entire course.
The focus will be on core concepts, and there will be more analysis.
encounter some questions that are similar, or even identical, to those on the quizzes or midterms,
so it would be a good idea to review those as well.
The format of the exam will be similar to the
There will be 30 multiple choice questions, and 10 short completion questions.
All questions are scored as two points.
Ethical Theories and Approaches:
The ethical theories are core material for the course. It is essential that for each theory, you know
the decision rule, the major advantages and disadvantages, and the primary focus of the theory.
For example, the focus of Utilitarianism is on consequences, for Rawls it is social justice, and for
Nozick it is individual rights.
The focus of consequentialist theories is on outcomes, and the
focus of deontological theories is on rights and duties.
Theory of Rights
Ethic of Care
Integrative Social Contracts Theory
Theory of Justice
Know the decision rule(s)
Know the major characteristics, assumptions, and terms
Understand major focus of each theory and the person associated with the theory
Know the major advantages of each theory and the major problem with each theory
Be able to recognize the use of the theory or reasoning process in a scenario
Know the difference between consequentialism and deontology
This information comes from many parts of the course, but the
provide a good summary of
many of these concepts related to the theories