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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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This examination measures knowledge and understanding of material typically taught in an introductory undergraduate course in Business Law. The content of the examination corresponds with course offerings such as Introduction to Business Law or Business Law I. No prior knowledge of Business Law is required for this examination. This examination tests for knowledge and understanding of Business Law in pursuit of organizational goals and strategies. This examination specifically tests for a familiarity with the key legal issues and terms related to business law as well as an application of The legal tools needed to deal with real world legal/business issues within the US legal environment. The student will understand sources of law, dispute resolution, business ethics, criminal law as it relates to business, tort law, contracts, agency law, the various types of business organizations, and matters of real and intellectual property under US law. (Multiple-choice examination.)

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This examination measures knowledge and understanding of material typically taught in a lower-level undergraduate course in financial accounting. This examination tests for comprehension of basic financial accounting in pursuit of organizational goals and strategies. The exam tests for the familiarity with the technical skills of working with financial statements, accounting information systems, operating decisions, and financing decisions. Thinking as a manager/accountant, the test taker should be able to identify relevant information and the appropriate methods for analyzing information while working in a financial, global, and ethical