## BUS630.W5A1.11.2014

Description:

Total Possible Score: 8.00

### If Class Size is Decreased, Determines What Increase in Tuition is Necessary to Keep the Current Monthly Profit Level

Total: 1.00

Distinguished - Accurately determines what increase in tuition is necessary to keep the current monthly profit level.

Proficient - Determines what increase in tuition is necessary to keep the current monthly profit level, but there are few inaccuracies.

Basic - Determines what increase in tuition is necessary to keep the current monthly profit level, but there are several inaccuracies.

Below Expectations - Attempts to determine what increase in tuition is necessary to keep the current monthly profit level, but there are many inaccuracies.

Non-Performance - Does not attempt to determine what increase in tuition is necessary to keep the current monthly profit level.

### Explains If It is Profitable to Create the New Class from the Waiting List

Total: 1.00

Distinguished - Accurately and thoroughly explains if it is profitable to create the new class from the waiting list.

Proficient - Explains if it is profitable to create the new class from the waiting list. The explanation is missing minor details or contains few errors.

Basic - Explains if it is profitable to create the new class from the waiting list. The explanation is missing relevant details and/or contains several errors.

Below Expectations - Attempts to explain if it is profitable to create the new class from the waiting list, but the explanation is missing significant details and contains many inaccuracies.

Non-Performance - Does not attempt to explain if it is profitable to create the new class from the waiting list.

### Calculates If It is Profitable to Move to Smaller Class Sizes

Total: 1.00

Distinguished - Correctly calculates if it is profitable to move to smaller class sizes.

Proficient - Calculates if it is profitable to move to smaller class sizes, but there are few errors.

Basic - Calculates if it is profitable to move to smaller class sizes, but there are several errors.

Below Expectations - Attempts to calculate if it is profitable to move to smaller class sizes, but there are many errors.

Non-Performance - Does not attempt to calculate if it is profitable to move to smaller class sizes.

### Calculates if It is Profitable to Develop a Class for Infant Care

Total: 1.00

Distinguished - Correctly calculates if it is profitable to develop a class for infant care.

Proficient - Calculates if it is profitable to develop a class for infant care, but there are few errors.

Basic - Calculates if it is profitable to develop a class for infant care, but there are several errors.

Below Expectations - Attempts to calculate if it is profitable to develop a class for infant care, but there are many errors.

Non-Performance - Does not attempt to calculate if it is profitable to develop a class for infant care.

### Writes a Memo to Friedman and Compton Highlighting Any Concerns That Underlie the Analyses Performed in Part One

Total: 3.00

Distinguished - Writes a fully developed memo to Friedman and Compton highlighting any concerns that underlie the analyses performed in Part One.

Proficient - Writes a memo to Friedman and Compton highlighting any concerns that underlie the analyses performed in Part One. The memo is slightly underdeveloped.

Basic - Writes a limited memo to Friedman and Compton highlighting any concerns that underlie the analyses performed in Part One. The memo is underdeveloped.

Below Expectations - Attempts to write a memo to Friedman and Compton highlighting any concerns that underlie the analyses performed in Part One; however, the memo is significantly underdeveloped.

Non-Performance - The memo to Friedman and Compton highlighting any concerns that underlie the analyses performed in Part One is either nonexistent or is not as described in the assignment instructions.

### Critical Thinking: Explanation of Issues

Total: 0.50

Distinguished - Clearly and comprehensively explains the issue to be considered, delivering all relevant information necessary for a full understanding.

Proficient - Clearly explains the issue to be considered, delivering enough relevant information for an adequate understanding.

Basic - Briefly explains the issue to be considered, delivering minimal information for a basic understanding.

Below Expectations - Briefly explains the issue to be considered, but may not deliver additional information necessary for a basic understanding.

Non-Performance - The assignment is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the instructions.

### Written Communication: Control of Syntax and Mechanics

Total: 0.50

Distinguished - Displays meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar. Written work contains no errors and is very easy to understand.

Proficient - Displays comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar. Written work contains only a few minor errors and is mostly easy to understand.

Basic - Displays basic comprehension of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar. Written work contains a few errors which may slightly distract the reader.

Below Expectations - Fails to display basic comprehension of syntax or mechanics, such as spelling and grammar. Written work contains major errors which distract the reader.

Non-Performance - The assignment is either nonexistent or lacks the components described in the instructions.