Microecon Syllabus - Principles of Microeconomics(Econ...

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1 Principles of Microeconomics (Econ 1014-Sections 2 & 3) Fall 2014 This syllabus is a living document. The faculty member reserves the right to update and change the syllabus as the term and class progress so that the goals and objectives of the course can be met. Instructor: Tetyana Beregovska, Department of Economics, 228 Professional Building, tel. 573- 882-3161, email: [email protected] Office hours : Monday and Wednesday, 10-10:50am and 12:00-1:00pm (these are open office hours available to any student, no appointment necessary). If you cannot make the open office hours please send me an email request for another appointment time. You must include your class schedule with the email so I can find a time that works for both of our schedules. (NOTE: I will only respond to emails if they are properly addressed to either Miss Beregovska or Ms. Beregovska) Class Etiquette: Large lecture classes provide special challenges that must be dealt with in order to provide students with the best learning environment possible. In order to do this we have a few rules in place that are perhaps not necessary for small classes. No cell phone use is allowed when class is in session. This includes cell phone texting. Cell phone ringers should be turned off and put away during class. If you have an important message you absolutely must receive and respond to, we suggest you should wait for the message outside of class. Laptop and other electronic devices can be used for note-taking but not for other uses during class. Auditoriums are designed so that sound easily carries around the room. Unfortunately, this means that student chatting, while it may seem quiet to the students chatting, also gets amplified and carried around the room disrupting other students. For this reason, you should not be talking with your friends and neighbors during class although you are encouraged to ask questions of your instructor if you have questions about the material being covered. Class lasts for a full 50 minutes. Again, because of the auditory design of these classrooms, students who begin packing up early create an excessive amount of noise during the class period disturbing other students trying to follow the class material. Please wait until class is dismissed to begin preparing to depart class. If you have to arrive late or leave early, please do this as quietly as possible, sitting in the back of the room where you can avoid disturbing an excessively large number of your classmates. Your instructor and fellow students wish to foster a safe learning environment. All opinions and experiences, no matter how different or controversial they may be perceived, must be respected in the tolerant spirit of academic discourse. You are encouraged to comment, question, or critique an idea but you are not to attack an individual . Our differences, some of which are outlined in the University's nondiscrimination statement below, will add richness to this learning experience. Please
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