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The New 3Rs M C C Monroe Community College R e s p e c t , R e s p o n s i b i l i t y , R e a l i t y Respect for self and others in words and deeds Responsibility for one’s own success through personal accountability Reality of the expectations and standards in a college environment COURSE INFORMATION SHEET Department of Business Administration and Economics COURSE TITLE : Introduction to Business (BUS 104) Tuesday and Thursday SEMESTER : FALL 2013 PROFESSOR : Donna L. Haeger OFFICE : 5-214 Phone:292-3362 EMAIL : [email protected] OFFICE HOURS : Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:00pm-4:30pm It is a good idea to get on my calendar so you are not left waiting in the hall. REQUIRED TEXT Understanding Business, 10 th edition, Nickels, McHugh, McHugh, McGraw Hill Customized for MCC at Bookstore Must be purchased with Connect passkey code ! See page 5 for registration instructions COURSE DESCRIPTION Business 104 is an introductory study of business, including organizational forms, the function of production, finance, marketing, and management. Additional topics will be the environmental factors which impact business, such as government, business ethics, and current events. COURSE OBJECTIVE (CLO’S) Students will demonstrate an understanding of entrepreneurship, business organizations, and the legal forms of business. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the environmental issues that impact businesses. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the skills needed for managing a business and its employees. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the interdependence of the internal business environment and the utilization of effective teamwork.
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STATEMENT OF CLASSROOM POLICIES Please Read Carefully. Review this policy several times during this semester. ATTENDANCE Students are expected to be at all class sessions. Attendance and punctuality is an important life skill required by all employers. Developing your accountability in this area will begin in this classroom. Treat your attendance and punctuality for class as you would in a professional setting. You have voluntarily chosen to take this course. You have made it a personal priority. I expect that for the next 15 weeks you will consider this course just as important as your commitment to employment or family. If you cannot make that kind of commitment to your education at this time, it would be wise to drop the course and take it at a time when it can be a priority. Arriving 20 minutes late will equate to half of a class absence. If you are late regularly at 5 minute intervals it will be added as cumulative and count as half an absence (i.e.: you are 5 minutes late for four classes). Students will be allowed two classes of personal discretion absence time. A completely missed class, coming late to class, or leaving class early will contribute to the two classes.
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