Business Law and Ethics
Click on the subdomain titles to examine the range of skills and concepts a student can expect to demonstrate for assessment of this Domain:
- The graduate can determine ethical and socially responsible courses of action in a given business situation.
- The graduate can identify ethical considerations that shape business practices and leadership.
- The graduate can develop an appropriate and comprehensive ethics program for a given business venture.
- The graduate makes appropriate judgments regarding proper use of company resources.
- The graduate can determine whether a contractual relationship exists and meets legal requirements.
- The graduate can select the appropriate form of organization for a business.
- The graduate can analyze business situations or practices to determine whether an organization meets U.S. regulatory requirements.
- The graduate can select an appropriate approach to resolve a dispute.
- The graduate can determine whether business activities in a given situation violate specified labor and employment laws.
- The graduate can determine whether hiring and employment practices in a given situation are legal or wrongful.
- The graduate can determine an organization's responsibilities with regard to warranties, negligence and liability.
- The graduate can determine if corporate practices comply with the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.