Use Dr. Manuel Velasquez’s Seven-Step Approach to Moral Decision Making to determine how you would deal with the following ethical situation to determine what actions you would take. Explain each step fully.Each step must be covered in detail and explained completely. The seven step method found in Chapter 6 on pages 185-196 in the physical textbook contains each of the seven steps with examples. You can find that information in Chapter 7 of the e-book.Case Study: The ProfessorYou are the Dean of the Business Department at Shirley Chisholm College. One of your best professors, Professor Ed U. Cater has been teaching in the Business Department for fourteen years. The student evaluations for Professor Cater have always been excellent. The students like himand a very high percentage of students feel that they learn a lot from him. You have observed him and have seen that he does a very good job in the classroom. He is always there to assist the studentswhen they need assistance and he helps other teachers also. You have been able to count on him for anything you or the department needs from him. You and the students consider him one of the best professors in the department.Every few years, the state requires that the colleges review the credentials of their teaching staff. You have just done the review and you found out that Mr. Cater did not graduate from the colleges he had listed on his list of colleges attended and degrees attained. He actually did not graduate from any college with a Bachelors or Graduate Degree.What would you do about this situation? Use the Velazquez Model to show your thinking and final decision.* Using the seven-step Velasquez Model, and numbering each step, apply this method to your decision-making process. (You do not have to use the SEA Method in Step 5.)The Seven-Step Approach To Moral Decision Making:Dr. Manuel VelasquezStep One: What are the facts?Step Two: What are the ethical issues? (consider the ethical issue’s effects on the individual parties, the organization as a whole or as a “systemic” – (Velasquez’s term)Step Three: What are some alternatives? (at least 3)Step Four: Who are the stakeholders? (at least 3)Step Five: What is the most ethical among all of your alternatives? – In this step, you focus on the stakeholders affected by your decision. Substeps are:identify each alternative, identify each stakeholder, and compare each alternative and its effect on each stakeholder.Step Six: What are the tradeoffs for selecting the most ethical alternative? – after you identified the most ethical alternative, determine how it will affect the other stakeholders.Step Seven: What action will you take? – Select your action and explain why that is the best action.