Presentation on theme: "Accounting 264 Legal Environment of Business. Needs Assessment Problem- The North West Community College needs classes on ethics. What is offered at NWCC."— Presentation transcript:
Needs Assessment Problem- The North West Community College needs classes on ethics. What is offered at NWCC ACC 101,201,202,227,240,262,263 What should be available a course which introduces law of business. Course should expose the student to legal ethics. Legal environment of business.
Students will be able to identify Legal ethics Legal process Business torts and crimes Universal Commercial code Implement business contracts
1.Who is the learner? Students interested in management. 2.What is expected? Identify legal process in business. 3.Demonstrate legal process in business. 4.Implement legal ethics in a business
Summative Assessment and Learning Outcomes Upon completion of course the students should: Gain basic knowledge of business ethics Be able implement laws of business Be able to create business contracts Be able to identify risk bearing devices
Learning Characteristics: Different age, gender and culture backgrounds Experienced in management Completion of prerequisite courses Description: A group of colleagues who will benefit from ethics in a business course. Majority do have knowledge of business management. Majority work together in previous classes and environments. The course will provide all learning styles and all types of learner-centered environments.
The learning environment will assist managers with legal ethics in business. The instructional setting will be on line classes and work-place setting. Students will meet face to face in the work place setting and in the on line classroom. Students will meet sixty minutes four times a week.
Delivery Modality Delivery of the class would be an instructor-led with hybrid online classes
The class will be an instructor-learner class, the content will be completed by levels, beginning with basic laws of business to ethics in business. Instructor will lead student’s in online classes and hands on activities involving ethics in the workplace. Instructor will demonstrate ethic situations in the workplace and students will practice implementing basic laws of ethics in classroom and work setting.
Plan for Implementation The Accounting 264 class will be a hybrid online class. A hybrid on line class is a class which will meet at least two days a week for nine weeks. A face to face meeting for hands on training will be held two days a week in a lunch and learn environment. All meetings will be 45minutes. The class will be in a classroom and professional development setting with computers, textbooks, and internet assess. Title of textbook Fundamentals of Business Law by Miller Participants are student enrolled in business management.
The basic equipment needed for the Accounting 264 to accomplish the goal of business ethics. Computers Textbook White board Dry erase markers Online software
Pre and Post assessment Reflection papers Team work assignments Instructor’s Observation Quiz and exams
Evaluation Strategies The classroom evaluation will consist of the following: 1.Discussion- feedback of instructor and participants 2.Reflection Paper- Research on ethics 3.Quizzes and assessments 4.Pre-Post test 5.Student Portfolio 6.Classroom feedback on case studies
Outcome Review A scoring guide will be used. The guide will be a syllabus. They will be a point system Each assignment will contribute to total score for that week. The total score for all assignment will determine final score.
Recommendations The course is a instructor –learner hybrid class. The class will prepare future business management students for the laws of ethics to eliminate future law suits in the business world.
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