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1 Faculty of Managerial Sciences Department of Business Administration BA 120 Exploring Business Administration Spring 2020 Instructor: Dr. Serap Sap E-mail: [email protected] Office/Phone: A211 Office Hours: Monday 14:00-16:00 or by appointment Course Assistant/s: E-mail: Office/Phone: Office Hours: Course days and hours: Wednesday 16:10-19:00, Room LB 203 Labs: None Location: Course Credit: Prerequisites: None Course Description: Exploring BA is an introductory course, which surveys the role of business in society. At its simplest level business is the exchange of goods and services for mutual benefit or profit. Students will be exposed to a wide variety of topics including the terms, trends, organizational structure and business functions. Optional Textbook: “Business Essentials”, Global Edition, by Ronald Ebert, Ricky Griffen, 10th Edition “Business: A Practical Introduction” by Brian K. Williams, Stacey S. Sawyer, Susan Berston. Additional Resources: Lecture slides Handed out papers and cases by lecturer during the class. Learning Objectives and Outcomes: By the end of this course, students will be able to understand following business topics. The relationship between business and society in a free market economy International business and the global economy Fundementals of business management Human resources, motivation and productivity Marketing, accounting, finance, operations management and other business functions. Accommodations: Any student requiring special accommodations for any reason should contact the instructor as soon as possible.
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2 Homework: Late assignments will not be accepted. Hard copy assignments are due in class before the lecture starts. Acknowledge all resources used. Plagiarism is not acceptable. Identical homework submission receives zero. You should protect your own work including individual assignments, term paper and exams all the time. Grade Distribution: Final grades are based on the following Evaluation Criteria Percentage Midterm 30% Assignments 30% Final 30% Participation and Attendance 10% _____________ Total: 100% Grading Scale: A 4,00 90-l00 A- 3,67 87-89 B+ 3,33 83-86 B 3,00 80-82 B- 2,67 77-79 C+ 2,33 73-76 C 2,00 70-72 C- 1,67 64-69 D+ 1,33 56-63 D 1,00 50-55 F 0,00 0-49 For a detailed description of grading policy and scale, please refer to the website section 28. Exams There will be two exams. You can expect exams to cover text, lectures and class discussions in some detail. Exams will contain questions derived from material discussed in class, but that is not necessarily in the text book or the PowerPoint slides. Any material from the textbook, assignments, or in-class discussions can appear on exam. Make up exams are only given
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