Revised Fall 2018 Syllabus MGMT5301 820_821 87957_87958 Batchelor (1).docx

Revised Fall 2018 Syllabus MGMT5301 820_821 87957_87958 Batchelor (1).docx

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MGMT 5301-820/821 Fall 2018 Batchelor SYLLABUS (MGMT 5301-820/821 87957/87958) University Information College of Business Administration Mission Statement: The College of Business Administration creates a dynamic learning environment for a diverse student population with a broad range of backgrounds, perspectives, and experience, to develop the knowledge and skills needed to become productive contributors to the global business environment. Student Success Statement-ADA: It is the policy of Tarleton State University to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act ( ) and other applicable laws. If you are a student with a disability seeking accommodations for this course, please contact the Center for Access and Academic Testing, at 254.968.9400 or [email protected] . The office is located in Math 201. More information can be found at or in the University Catalog. Academic Affairs Core Value Statements: Academic Integrity Statement Tarleton State University’s core values are integrity, leadership, tradition, civility, excellence, and service. Central to these values in integrity, which is maintaining a high standard of personal and scholarly conduct. Academic integrity represents the choice to uphold ethical responsibility for one’s learning within the academic community, regardless of audience or situation. Academic Civility Statement Students are expected to interact with professors and peers in a respectful manner that enhances the learning environment. Professors may require a student who deviates from this expectation to leave the face-to-face (or virtual) classroom learning environment for that particular class session (and potentially subsequent class sessions) for a specific amount of time. In addition, the professor might consider the university disciplinary process (for Academic Affairs/Student Life) for egregious or continued disruptive behavior. 1
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MGMT 5301-820/821 Fall 2018 Batchelor Academic Excellence Statement Tarleton holds high expectations for students to assume responsibility for their own individual learning. Students are also expected to achieve academic excellence by: Honoring Tarleton’s core values Upholding high standards of habit and behavior Maintaining excellence through class attendance and punctuality Preparing for active participation in all learning experiences Putting forth their best individual effort Continually improving as independent learners Engaging in extracurricular opportunities that encourage personal and academic growth Reflecting critically upon feedback and applying these lessons to meet future challenges Academic Affairs Service Statement Tarleton faculty, staff, and students are expected to model responsible citizenship through service activities that promote personal and academic growth while enhancing the university, local, regional, national, and global communities. These activities will foster a culture of
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  • Fall '18
  • JOHN BATCHELOR
  • Academia, Academic dishonesty, Tarleton State University

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