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Syllabus Scavenger Hunt Exercise by Sarahi Lopez Principles of Health Care Management South Texas College June 4, 2019
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Syllabus Scavenger Hunt Exercise Directions: Read the course syllabus and familiarize yourself with it as it contains the rules and guidelines of this course. Then, answer the following questions. If you answer each question correctly, you will receive 5 bonus points towards your final grade. 1. What is one of the programs learning objectives/outcomes exactly found in the syllabus? Answer: Demonstrate an understanding of concepts and theories of health care management and leadership principles. 2. What is the penalty percentage on the second day late of a submission (discussion/ quiz/assignment/or else) after the due date? Answer: Any late work will be deducted a 25% penalty from the earned grade. 3. What is the minimum number of words required for every initial discussion post in order to meet the requirements of weekly discussions in Blackboard?
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  • Workweek, Weekend, minimum number of words, Sarahi Lopez

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