The examination measures knowledge and understanding of material typically taught in an upper-level undergraduate course in business ethics. The content of the examination is designed to assess mastery of business concepts, principles, and knowledge related to business ethics. In addition to factual knowledge, the exam evaluates students abilities to analyze and solve ethical problems, understand relationships, and interpret material. The exam may contain questions that require critical thinking and interpretation of situational factors related to the interaction of business, government, and society. (Multiple-choice examination.)
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