3240 Syllabus Online Class Fall 2019 (1).pdf - Strategic Human Resource Management Fall 2019 Online Class with Discussion Boards Due Sunday Evenings

3240 Syllabus Online Class Fall 2019 (1).pdf - Strategic...

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Strategic Human Resource Management Fall 2019 Online Class with Discussion Boards Due Sunday Evenings Exams on Sunday, Nov. 24, in TBA and Sunday, December 15 at 3:30 in Whitehead 207 Mitchell Langbert, Ph.D., CUNY Brooklyn College Class Code 20836 Business 3240 Section NETD Sunday, Sep. 8 to Sunday, Dec. 15 --No Makeup Exams-- Office: 215A E-mail: [email protected] Office Phone: 718-951-5101 Office Hours: Sunday 12:00-12:40; 6:10-7:30 Description This is a Web-based course. Exams are on Sunday, Nov. 24 and on Sunday, Dec. 15 from 3:30 to 4:35 P.M. in a room TBA. Please note that I communicate via the email server on WebCentral, the Brooklyn College portal, so you must have a correct email address listed there. This class follows a Sunday schedule, so discussion boards are due on Sunday nights; the paper is due on Sunday, Oct. 13 and Sunday, Nov. 3; the midterm is on Sunday, Nov. 24; nothing is due on Sunday, Dec. 1, Thanksgiving break; the final is on Sunday, December 15. You must be available to take my exams on the scheduled days. I do not give makeup exams. Please note that the midterm and final are on Sundays. If this presents a conflict, then don't take the course because I do not give makeup exams. I monitor discussion board participation each week, and you will usually (but not necessarily) receive an email if you do not participate. You must participate in at least 65% of the discussion boards to get a passing grade (D or higher) with respect to the 25% portion of the final grade attributable to discussion board participation. If you get an F for participation, you get zero for that portion of your grade. I will grade your discussion board posts on a scale of zero to four. I grade the posts based on originality, familiarity with the material, and writing quality. I deduct for grammatical errors. Pedagogy The objectives for this course include developing skills for dealing with a diverse work population and making ethical human resource decisions. The objectives also include developing a critical perspective on human resource management (HRM) and analyzing
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