The Division of Business under the School of Professional Studies.

Citations & Copyright

State Your Business

In your business courses, you will cite sources using APA style. See the official style guide to learn how to use this style correctly. Also see the website list for helpful resources.

This page additionally includes information on copyright law.

APA Format

The APA format, created by the American Psychological Association, is common in the social sciences.

Find the handbook at the library or explore the linked websites to learn how to use this style.

Style Guide

Legal Citations

For legal references such as dockets or court cases, the APA Publication Manual defers to the The Bluebook, a standard legal format. See chapter 11 of the Publication Manual for an overview of legal citations.

Other Style Guides

Citation Websites

Quick Links

Find Numbers and Identifiers

Legal and Government Publications

Infographic: Am I Plagiarizing?

Infographic explaining that all information from another source must be cited.
Kirschenbaum, M. (). Am I plagiarizing?: An advanced infographic [Infographic]. EasyBib Blog.