UPDATED SYLLABUS -- IBUS 330 -- Fall 2016 Updated 9-27-16

UPDATED SYLLABUS -- IBUS 330 -- Fall 2016 Updated 9-27-16 -...

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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MULTICULTURAL RELATIONS IBUS 330 ONLINE: UPDATED COURSE SYLLABUS Section 01 -- Course Number 3613 Fall 2016 -- Session R1 – Aug 24 – Dec 14 Joel D. Nicholson, BA, MBA, Ph.D. Professor of International Business Department of International Business San Francisco State University E-Mail: [email protected] iLearn® Website: ilearn.sfsu.edu Mylab (E-text): pearsonmylab.com Course ID : nicholson14328 Tuesdays: 3:00 to 5:00 pm BUS 347 Thursdays: 3:00 to 5:00 pm Online Tuesday office visits are first-come, first-serve (no appointments). Virtual office hour initiation by email (also first-come, first-served) then Google Hangouts, Skype, etc. (TBA) Please Note : This preliminary syllabus is subject to change. Any change will be announced in iLearn and should be considered a formal part of the syllabus. Tuesday office hours are first- come, first-served, not by appointments. Prior to office visits, students with complex issues should e-mail the professor outlining their issues with as much detail as possible so that he can be best prepared to serve you when you come in or during your chat. Last updated September 1, 2016. COURSE INFORMATION IBUS 330 is an upper division survey course providing a comprehensive introduction to the field of International Business and Multicultural Relations. It is a component of the College of Business core curriculum, required of all business majors. It is also the first course in the major concentration of International Business in the College of Business at San Francisco State University. Many of you will have questions, especially at the beginning of the term. Many will have the same or similar questions as other students. With 1000 students the professor cannot answer the same question multiple times. So before you ask your question, check to see if it has already been asked and answered somewhere. If you don’t receive an answer to an email, it may be for this reason. Use this checklist to find out:
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First check the syllabus : The syllabus should be your first stop for all questions. Use the search function in word (Control F) to look for answers to your questions. Check iLearn regularly. Students who regularly check iLearn tend to earn much higher grades than students who drop in once or twice a week. They tend to fail a lot more than any other group. o Check the opening page for announcements . Major announcements will appear right on the opening page, called the splash page . Always read that first. o Then depending on your question, check the forums . Perhaps someone has asked your question or one like it and the answer is already posted there. Check the specific forums according to your question: o Is it a content related question? Look in the content forum . o Is it a technical question about how something works? Look in the technical forum .
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