This course is the capstone learning experience for business administration,international business,finance,and accounting majors. It encourages a reflective search for truth in enterprise while focusing on how firms formulate,implement,and evaluate strategies. The course is designed to integrate student's functional business knowledge including ethical considerations though an engagement with a significant research project. The major learning challenge for students in this course will be to make and justify, through oral and written communication,subjective strategic tools. Finally, this course partners with the Career Development Center to provide students learning modules on resume preparation,etiquette,dress,and informational interviewing.
A selection of your readings are below; please see your syllabus for additional readings.
You can search for an article in a journal in a database simply by typing in the journal title in one search box and at least one additional piece of information in the second search box. The example below shows how to search for an article in Business Source Complete:
As pictured above, type in the following in the database:
- In the first search box, enter the journal you want (e.g., Harvard Business Review) AND select SO Publication Name from the drop-down menu to tell the databases you want to search for that journal
- In the second search box, enter at least the first part of the article title
If you have any difficulties, for assistance.
According to one of the from the (ACRL), students are able to access needed information effectively and efficiently and retrieve information online or in person using a variety of methods (standard 2.3.).
This course page was created to help meet the following desired outcomes of that standard, wherein the information literate student:
- Uses various search systems to retrieve information in a variety of formats
- Uses various classification schemes and other systems to locate information resources within the library or to identify specific sites for physical explorations
- Uses specialized online or in-person services available at the institution to retrieve information needed
Readings, documents, and links above determined in consultation with faculty. Any questions? Please or .
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