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Final Exam(200 points)The Final Exam is scheduled for Monday May 2, from 7:10-9:00 p.m. The format of the final exam is practical problem based essays. Several weeks prior to the final exam I will post one or two articles from recent business publications (e.g., The Wall Street Journal) that describe real current business situations. The exam essays will ask you: toidentify problems (using course concepts and terminology); to develop alternative solutions to the problem; and to choose a final recommendation and to discuss implementation issues.I will post on Blackboard copies of the final exams that I have used in prior semesters along with exemplars of well-done final exam essays. The date and time of the final exam are fixed and schedule changes will be made only inaccordance with University policy, and travel plans are not allowable reasons to change your final exam schedule. If you have a conflict with another class’ final it is your responsibility to inform your instructors well before the final so that accommodations, if warranted, can be made.ACADEMIC INTEGRITY:Faculty members of the W. P. Carey School of Business follow the guidelines in the Student Academic Integrity Policy on academic dishonesty. Especially note that plagiarism or other academic dishonesty (i.e., cheating) will result in a failing grade for the assignment and possibly for the course, and referral to the appropriate academic standards bodies on campus. Plagiarism is the use of material from someone else’s written work without acknowledging the source. This includes turning in papers written by someone else or copying passages verbatim from someone else’s work without properly citingit. Understand that plagiarism can include copying or using material from web sites and materials written by other students, as well as copying or using material from books, newspapers, or journal articles without proper citation. A full statement of ASU policies and resources for these issues are provided via external links in the Course Information section of the course site. You are responsible for the information contained therein. A useful web site that defines different aspects of plagiarism is: -plagiarism-and-other-questionable-writing-practices-guide-ethical-writing.Also see the link: , which will take you to the web page on academic integrity at the university level. It contains more detailed definitions, processes, sanctions and possible outcomes. The bottom line is that he W. P. Carey School takesacademic integrity very seriously. Therefore, unless otherwise specified, it is imperative that MGT 380 Spring 2016, SLN 10906Page 6 of 10
you do your own work. Any suspected violations of academic integrity will be taken seriously and result in the following sanctions:A minimum of zero on the assignment/quiz/exam, ORA reduced grade in the course, OR

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