It is quite comprehensive. It also deals with falsifying data or work (“Promoting Academic Integrity”). Professors should be on the watch for work that appears to be too professional for a student to have done. The Ethics at the COB section talks about similar things, but mostly in terms of values. There are a number of values that the school looks for including integrity, honesty, and trustworthiness (“College of Business Ethos Statement”). All of these things would preclude a student from plagiarizing. Students must be honest with the school and honest with themselves. The truth is that all good essays should show evidence of deep and original research. Plagiarism should simply never be tolerated in submitted work. At university it is never enough to regurgitate a Wikipedia entry and pretend it is your own work. A good essay will includ primary and secondary sources, and be written in your own words. In the sciences, and scientific academic work, for example, raw data is important, but few can doubt that how that data has been interpreted by others, over the years, is also very significant. You cannot just pretend you have discovered this stuff yourself. You must cite work done by others and not just present it as your own work. It is honestly easy to forget where your work starts and where someone else's begins—for that reason you should keep careful notes. That is what scholars with integrity do.