Code of Conduct

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For this assignment, locate three Code of Conduct policies from three different universities/colleges. Note the similarities and differences of the three policies. In a table, list the elements that each institution of higher learning shares within the three policies you chose. In the same table, list any elements that stand out as different as the others.

Following the table you created, develop a Code of Conduct policy, based on the best practices determined by your assessment of the three that you chose. Justify the choices made in the final Code of Conduct policy that you fashion.

Length: 4 pages, not including the title and reference pages reference no older than 6 years

References: Include a minimum of five scholarly resources.

Your proposal should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic.

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School: University of Virginia

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Running head: CODE OF ETHICS

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Code of Conducts

Name of student

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CODE OF ETHICS

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Code of conducts has been a vital tool for many organizations and institutes in making
sure all the staff behaves professionally in the working environment. They indicate what is
wrong and what is right to do or perform in a work environment and possible consequences of
not following the guidelines and rules. Code of conducts are also very familiar in many colleges
and universities and have been of great help in regulating the behavior of students, the teaching
staff and the non-teaching staff. Learning institutes have a distinct and unique code of conducts
according to different factors like the location social status, economic well-being and academic
achievement among other factors (Cameron & O'Leary 2015). However, despite the differences,
there are some similarities in the code of ethics across different colleges and university
institutions. The codes mainly focus on the teachers, employees, and student of the college. In
Butte College, Fordham University, and the University of Montana there is three code of
conducts that have similarities and differences that can help in creating a code of ethics.

Similarities and Differences

There are three code of conducts policies that stand out across Butte College, Fordham
University, and the University of Montana. In Butte College, the main code of conduct is
offering the highest quality of education by making the needs of students and their performances
the priority. In Fordham University, the basic code of conduct policy relates to the student's
dishonesty. In the University of Montana, the main code of conduct policy is the maintenance of
a high level of professionalism and integrity.

There are many similarities between the three policies. The main similarity is that the
three policies focus on the improvement of the quality of education. Each of the policies ensures
that they provide clear guidelines that directly relate to the quality of the content or education

CODE OF ETHICS

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that students get in colleges and universities (Unal et al. 2018). Another similarity is...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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