Columbia Southern University
TAN PHAM MINH
Graduate Student Orientation
24 November, 2012
Professor: Dr. Bob Goldwasser
One of the tools to help me to develop myself and my living standards becomes higher with every passing day, which is Master of Business Administration course (MBA). It’s not difficult for me to register a MBA course, but, honestly I know that it’s not easy for me to overcome this course smoothly. According to many experienced people, I can get a well learning if I can invest my time in following this course with the right way. There’re some key elements may drive me to become professional student, three of them as following: • American Psychological Association (APA) style
• Organization skill
Three elements above will be always beside me in the road to success with MBA course. APA style
There are some differences between learning MBA and other under degree, which are required students to learn on their own initiative and more on research. Especially, with online learning environment, it’s very easy for students learn and copy each other, additionally, research is still easy driving us become the copyist or plagiarist. This matter is so serious in education environment nowadays. To prevent plagiarism and build up the image of the original author, APA style is developed and become a professional organization representing psychologists in the United States and which is used for all cousre at Columbia Southern University. (American Psychological Association. 2010)
To complete all the assignment in MBA course, we should research more difference sourse, such as: CSU Online Library at CSU, Book, eBook, Internet … and classify by ourself. But how to citing with all the right way, APA style will support us all about this. APA shows us the way to write and cite of sourse, it is not only help us preclude...
References: American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication Manual of the American
Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
Lesley Baker (2011). How to Develop Organizational Skills. Retrieved from
The Writing Lab & the OWL at Purdue and Purdue University (2010). Paraphrase: Write it in
your own words. Retrieved from http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/619/1/
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