Defining the Problem and Setting Objectives
Refine and pose a reasonably complex problem definition along with a set of objectives (elements that you want to exist in your solution). Do not go beyond the objectives stage.
Remember: Objectives are the desirable traits of a potential solution. They are not alternatives and they are not action steps. This can be tricky, so think carefully and evaluate your list!
- Provide your view and just enough background detail to allow the reader to understand the problem and objectives.
- The length should be between 550 and 800 words (excluding the title page and references). Assignments under 550 and over 800 words will attract penalties.
- Formal writing is required using APA.
- Copied input, quotations, and paraphrasing require citations and references conforming to APA 6th edition standards to avoid the dire consequences of plagiarism and cheating. Formal research is not required