Case Study Analysis Instructions FINA 5260: Principles of Finance Over the course of this class, you will develop a 1000-word Case Study Analysis (CSA), utilizing the skills and information you acquire from the reading, discussion, and your own research. In addition to analyzing your chosen case study, you must also discuss how the situation can be approached from a Biblical perspective and how the teachings from the Bible have and will affect your personal approach to finance. While the final product is the only part of the assignment that will be submitted to the instructor and graded, you are strongly encouraged to begin your project in Module/Week 1. Your participation in the provided Case Study Analysis discussion board forums is a factor that your instructor will take into consideration when grading the final draft of your paper. To ensure that you are making progress throughout the duration of the course, it is recommended that you follow this schedule as you write your paper: Module/Week 1 CSA Topic Selection Module/Week 2 CSA Introduction Module/Week 4 CSA Body Module/Week 5 CSA Conclusion Module/Week 6 CSA Peer Review Module/Week 7 CSA Final Draft (graded assignment worth 100 points) Case Study Analysis Topic Selection In Module/Week 1, you should choose your case study topic either from the list provided or by finding your own. The list of already approved case studies can be found in the Module/Week 1 Learning Activities and Assessment folder, labeled “Case Study Analysis Topics”. If you would like to use a topic you found on your own, please make sure to email your instructor with details of the case and receive approval before proceeding. You should share your chosen topic with the rest of the class by posting a new thread in the provided CSA Topic Discussion Board Forum during the first week of class. The link to this forum can be found in the Module/Week 1 Learning Activities and Assessment folder. Case Study Analysis Introduction In Module/Week 2, you should work on the introduction of your paper. You may post a rough draft of your introduction or share any struggles and/or questions you have come across by posting a new thread in the provided CSA Introduction Discussion Board Forum. You are also encouraged to reply to other students’ posts to provide feedback and suggestions. The link to this forum can be found in the Module/Week 2 Learning Activities and Assessment folder. FINA 5260 | Principles of Finance Page 2 of 3 Case Study Analysis Body In Modules/Weeks 3 and 4, you should work on the body of your paper. The body should be a thorough analysis of the research topic, including details and evidences of the case study and a discussion of the ethical issues, if any. You should: (1) clearly state your opinion and defend your position in a way that is logically consistent, (2) identify and discuss the factors that should be considered ethically relevant to the case, and (3) indicate both awareness and thoughtful consideration of different viewpoints, which allows the readers to understand clearly the line of reasoning. You may post a rough draft of the body of your paper or share any struggles and/or questions you have come across by posting a new thread in the provided CSA Body Discussion Board Forum. You are also encouraged to reply to other students’ posts to provide feedback and suggestions. The link to this forum can be found in the Modules/Weeks 3 and 4 Learning Activities and Assessment folders. Case Study Conclusion In Module/Week 5, you should work on the conclusion of your paper. A conclusion is the last paragraph(s) of your research paper. In your conclusion, you should summarize the ethical issues and synthesize these issues to develop a persuasive resolution. For example: • Is there a conflict between moral and legal principles? • What is the best solution for such a conflict? • What is the teaching from a Biblical perspective? In academic writing, a well-crafted conclusion is typically developed: • To connect the paper’s findings to a larger context, such as the wider conversation about an issue as it is presented in a course or in other published writing. • To suggest the implications of your findings or the importance of the topic. • To ask questions or suggest ideas for further research. • To revisit your main idea or research question with new insight. You may post a rough draft of your conclusion or share any struggles and/or questions you have come across by posting a new thread in the provided CSA Conclusion Discussion Board Forum. You are also encouraged to reply to other students’ posts to provide feedback and suggestions. The link to this forum can be found in the Module/Week 5 Learning Activities and Assessment folder. Case Study Peer Review In Module/Week 6, you should post the first draft of your full paper (introduction, body, conclusion, and reference page), attached as a Microsoft Word document in a new thread to the CSA Peer Review Discussion Board Forum. You are encouraged to post your paper no later than Tuesday of Module/Week 6 to give your peers plenty of time to review your paper. You are responsible for communicating with your peers to get your paper peer-reviewed on time. You should then read two other classmates’ papers and provide feedback. As the reviewer, you should complete the review process, provide detailed comments, and post the revised document FINA 5260 | Principles of Finance Page 3 of 3 as a reply to your classmate’s original thread. If possible, try to respond to a classmate who has not already received feedback so that everyone in the class receives at least one evaluation of their paper. To review and provide feedback on your peer’s paper, you can use the Comments and/or Track Changes features of Microsoft Word. You can access these feature by clicking the Review tab in Microsoft Word. The Track Changes (or New Comments) function will automatically indicate the areas that were changed or you can manually detail your suggested revisions by adding New Comments. Please refer to the screenshot and video tutorial below for further help in using these features. https://youtu.be/FVG2au1kuCs Case Study Final Draft For the conclusion of your project, you must format and revise the first draft of your research paper by: • Incorporating the reviewer’s comments in your manuscript and revise your paper. • Adding your running head and title page. • Writing an abstract. • Checking and correcting any grammar mistakes and typing errors. • Checking your references and citations. • Formatting your writing in proper APA style. Please refer to the APA resources found in the “Start Here” folder of your course for examples and help with proper formatting. Below is a sample paper formatted in proper APA. • https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_g uide/documents/20090212013008_560.pdf Once you have completed your revisions, you must submit your paper as a Microsoft Word document, double-spaced, with 12-point Times New Roman font and 1” margins. Your submission should be at least 1000 words. The final paper should include at least 5 references from research related to your topic. Title, abstract, and references pages are all required components in the final submission. Please note that the final draft will be submitted through SafeAssign to check for plagiarism. Failure to pass the plagiarism check will result a grade of zero.
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