Syllabus Template for 2016-2017 (1).docx - COURSE SYLLABUS...

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COURSE SYLLABUSCourse Information(blank)Course Name:Course Number / Section:Term / Year:Days:Times:Class Hours:Lab Hours:Clinical / Work Experience Hours:Credit Hours:Instructor InformationblankInstructor:Office Location:Office Days / Hours:E-Mail:Phone:Supervisor InformationblankName:E-Mail:Phone:L. L. POLK CAMPUS (Polkton)680 Hwy. 74 WestPolkton, NC 28135704-272-5300OLD CHARLOTTE HIGHWAY CAMPUS (Monroe)4209 Old Charlotte Hwy.Monroe, NC 28110704-290-5100Fall 2016
COURSE DESCRIPTION(Insert course description from current SPCC catalog.)PREREQUISITE/COREQUISITE COURSES / SKILLS(Insert prerequisites/corequisites listed in current SPCC catalog.)REQUIRED TEXTBOOK(S)OTHER REQUIRED MATERIALS AND SUPPLIESSTUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES(Insert no more than six (6) student learning outcomes developed specifically for this course.)Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: 1.(replace with first SLO)2.(replace with first SLO)3.(replace with first SLO)4.(replace with first SLO or delete)5.(replace with first SLO or delete)6.(replace with first SLO or delete)CORE SKILL AND/OR PROGRAM OUTCOMES(Insert the number and outcome statement for any core skill and/or program outcome assessed in this course, if applicable.)(Example: 3.1 Written Communication: The learner will organize and express ideas clearly through written communication in a manner appropriate for the intended audience.)METHODS OF EVALUATION(Insert methods and percentages or points to be used to evaluate student learning, i.e., quizzes 20%. Be sure to include details about any assessments to be submitted to TaskStream for this course.)GRADING SCALE(Delete point scale table not used. Display gridlines, if necessary, select and delete.)SPCC has adopted a college-wide 10-point grading scale for all courses except where mandated otherwise by accrediting agencies. This course will use the following scale:10-Point Grading Scale7-Point Grading ScaleA = 90 – 100A = 93 – 100B = 80 – 89B = 85 – 92C = 70 – 79C = 77 – 8D = 60 – 69D = 69 – 76F = Below 60F = Below 69Fall 2016
ACADEMIC INTEGRITYStudents enrolled at South Piedmont Community College are responsible for upholding standards of academic integrity. An academic integrity violation includes but is not limited to the following: cheating, plagiarism, fabrication/falsification, and complicity in academic dishonesty. It is your responsibility to learn more about how to avoid academic integrity violations by referring to the current SPCC Student Handbook, enrolling in one of SPCC’s Study Skills classes, or contacting library staff for help.If upon investigation your instructor determines that you committed an academic integrity violation, you will be held accountable as stated below:The instructor will notify you in writing of the details of the academic integrity violation, which may include a formal warning, a reduced grade on an assignment, or a reduced grade in the course.

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