Final Paper

Focus of the Final Paper

In order to complete the Final Paper, watch one of the following videos:

You will apply the theories and methods learned throughout the course to create an eight- to ten-page-paper, which includes insight into the role of forensic science, the applications of forensic science for use within the evaluation and/or processing of major crime scenes, and its role in the criminal justice system. 

You will provide a comprehensive history of forensic science and a review of a crime scene, including management, security, preservation of evidence, as well as identification and analysis of the evidence. At a minimum complete the following:

  • Outline of a brief history of forensic science. Include important occurrences, events, and findings that contributed to the development of forensic science, especially as it relates to evidence located and evaluated at your crime scene.
  • Discuss the actions of the initial response to your crime scene and what processing steps this would include, such as surveys, searches, documentation sketches, etc. Include a discussion regarding where you scene is located and what, if any, Fourth Amendment issues exist that should be addressed.
  • Identify, collect, preserve, and analyze at least three different pieces of evidence detailed in the above crime scene. 
  • Discuss the analysis of the above mentioned three different pieces of evidence and what information can be gleaned from this type of forensic science.
  • Summarize the significant findings for crime scene reconstruction as if presenting this case to the district attorney for possible prosecution.

Writing the Final Paper

The Final Paper:

  • Must be eight to ten double-spaced pages in length, and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  • Must include a title page with the following:
    • Title of paper
    • Student’s name
    • Course name and number
    • Instructor’s name
    • Date submitted
  • Must begin with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement.
  • Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
  • Must end with a conclusion that reaffirms your thesis.
  • Must use at least five scholarly sources, including a minimum of two from the Ashford University Library.
  • Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  • Must include a separate reference page, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

Here is the link for video 1:


Link for video 2:


Situational Analysis – Ethics in the Workplace Tuesday


This situational analysis will enable students to apply the theories of this course to a real business situation.  Students are expected to identify a real ethical situation in his/her work (past or present), or a situation in another business organization, that occurred within the past five years.   Students have the option to use his/her capstone research topic if applicable, or use a difference workplace environment.




Identify the ethical dilemma(s) that impact decision making, describe what makes this an ethical issues, and apply a decision making model to the dilemma. 




The written report should be 5-6 pages (in addition to title page and references), should cite a minimum of two relevant scholarly sources that support your work.  A summary of your situational analysis and findings will be shared with the class during the last module.  Sharing of projects will expand the scope of understanding of ethical decision making in different situations.




Required elements of this assignment include the following:


  • Cover page which includes your name, course name, assignment name, title, instructor’s name, and date

  • Page numbers in the upper right corner

  • Introduction, Body, Conclusion, Reference List

  • Double-space, 12 point font, one inch margins

  • Compliance with APA, 6th edition

  • Abstract and Table of Contents are not required for this assignment





Draw the first (of several) connection among the MSOLM Program content, the Abrashoff text, and your professional experiences.




Abrashoff, D.M. (revised 2012). It’s Your Ship: Management Techniques from the Best Damn Ship in the Navy


Using the decision-making model, describe the consumer decision-making process for an individual seeking a new primary care physician.


3-5 pages excluding cover, abstract, and reference pages



  • Go to a local health care system in the Atlanta Area and under “Choose a doctor” (or similar wording allowing a search for physicians associated with that center), search for a primary care physician.
  • Discuss how the doctor's information is positioned to make him or her a good choice.
    • What types of information are included?
    • What types of information do you feel are missing?
    • Why do you feel this is important from a marketing perspective?
  • Make 2 recommendations for ways to influence that decision at different points in the process.
  • How would the health care organization you chose conduct a post-purchase evaluation of your satisfaction with this physician and his or her site?

NOTE: You need to support your work with at least 4 academic or professional peer-reviewed sources that were published within the past 5 years.

For a resource guide on using the online library to search for references, click here.

Dietary Analysis Project-Part III: Correcting Menus and Reanalyzing


Correcting Menus and Reanalyzing

Please submit Part III of the Dietary Analysis Project: Correcting Menus and Reanalyzing here.

  • Part III (Due end of Week 5) – Revise Part II based on feedback from the instructor and then complete p 7-10 of the template. For Part III, you will create a revised 24-hour menu in order to meet the individual’s nutrient targets and project requirements. Your submission should remain in the template format.
  • Please refer to the Project Instructions located under Week 3
  • Don't forget to also submit the Nutrient Intake Report along with the template

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Friday, June 23, 2017 (EDT) 3 PM



Describe an example of a workplace situation in which a container of hazardous material is not required to be labeled.

Your response must be at least 150 words in length.



Describe the differences in the hazard warnings represented by the colors yellow, red, and orange in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).

Your response must be at least 150 words in length.


3.OSHA’s HazCom Standard requires one of eight specific pictograms be included on container labels. For four of the pictograms, provide an example of a chemical that would require its use.


4.What are the generally accepted signal words for safety warning signs that are not related to hazardous chemicals—for example, labels and signs for hazardous machinery? How are they used?

Your response must be at least 150 words in length.



Explain the differences between product safety labeling and environmental signage.

Your response must be at least 150 words in length.


Click here to download this week's Individual Project.

Read all of the instructions, and carefully answer each question. Show all of your work, because credit will only be awarded for work that is shown.

Please submit your assignment.

For assistance with your assignment, please use your text, Web resources, and all course materials.

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