Case Study Guidelines
In this course, you will complete 4 (four) Case Studies. Details for each Case Study are located in the
module in which it is due.
Case Study 1 is due in Module 1
Case Study 2 is due in Module 2
Case Study 3 is due in Module 3
Case Study 4 is due in Module 6
Assignments should conform to the following criteria:
All submissions should follow APA formatting.
Margins should be 1” in all directions.
Papers should be double-spaced and in a highly readable 12-point font (Arial, Times New Roman
or Verdana are recommended). Headings may be larger.
The paper must follow the academic research format (APA) and, unless otherwise specified,
should include a brief abstract or executive summary that explains what the paper is about.
Format for in-text citations and the Reference page should also follow APA style.
At least 2 external credible academic resources should be included to substantiate the arguments
and appropriately cited in text, as well as in the References section. WIKIPEDIA is not considered
to be a credible academic resource and should not be utilized.
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up to 25% of max grade
Position or thesis is very
credible and logical; research
sources are credible and
sufficient to support
Concepts presented are
clearly organized and easy to
understand; early information
leads to later information;
Presents new ideas and/or
old ideas in interesting ways;
writing style is formal but
maintains interest; includes
Grammar is appropriate;
spelling, punctuation, and
formatting are accurate.
up to 20% of max grade
Position or thesis is credible;
sources are credible.
Concepts presented are not
organized logically; no coherent
Presents widely accepted ideas
or discusses topics that are
already well known without much
attention to original content or
Grammar is appropriate; few
spelling, punctuation, or
up to 15% of max grade
Position or thesis lacks
credibility; arguments are not
clear or not well supported;
sources are not credible or do
not support arguments.
Concepts presented are unclear
or difficult to understand; paper
is disorganized and does not
follow logical progression.
Presents ideas that are clichéd
or imitative; does not make topic
interesting for reader.
Grammar, spelling, punctuation,
and/or formatting are
inappropriate, incorrect, and
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