To maintain the integrity and academic rigor of the competition, the case scenarios will be emailed directly to the faculty members of the teams upon completed registration. Please allow 3 business days to receive scenarios.
Student teams are to present their responses to the case study in a brief paper (maximum of 15 pages) addressing the details of the case.
Teams are to clearly identify:
- what they believe the dilemma to be
- the proposed action they would take in this case (what team members believe are the most ethical actions)
- the justification for their proposed action(s)
- and a description of the decision-making model used to arrive at that decision
The decision-making model should be one that has been discussed in the professional literature and team members are to offer a rationale regarding why they chose to apply that model to the case study. Teams should cite appropriate literature and must give proper credit to the authors of any decision-making models used to analyze the case. Team members are to cite any sections of the 2005 ACA Code of Ethics (and may include other ethical guidelines) that they considered.