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Fall 2010 Dept. of BA, METU Asst. Prof. Dr. Adil ORAN General Information
BAS BAS 111 Fundamentals of Business Class Schedule: T & Th 13:15-14:30 Th 13:15Asst. Prof. Dr. Adil ORAN
– Communication: Office hrs: (H114) T,Th 10:15-11:30 15Phone: (312)210-2041 (312)210e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org adiloran@ Class Web Page
my page http://adiloran.com/ Choose the appropriate links for
– Syllabus – Assignments – Presentations – Book companion website Textbook Textbook
Bovee, Thill and Mescon, Excellence in Business 3rd edition, Prentice Hall, 2007. Companion website can be reached from the class website. http://wps.prenhall.com/bp_bovee_eib_3 Course Objectives
Begin Making you a MANAGER!
Help students understand what a successful manager does. Introduce students to basic Business Introduce students to basic Business concepts. concepts. Familiarize students with the terminology of Business Discuss various current developments in the world of Business. Course Description
Introductory Business Administration course to help you develop a fundamental fundamental understanding of Business. Do not try to claim you are ready to tackle Do not try to claim you are ready to tackle the the Business World after taking this course! Hopefully, you will have developed a broader outlook to help you in your further studies! InIn-Class Work
Discussions (related to Assignments/ Assignments/ Material being covered) Participative Learning! In-Class activities (usually in groups). nPossible Occasional Quizzes Topics (tentative)
Fundamentals of Business and Economics Ethics and Social Responsibility Competing in the Global Economy Information Technology and E-Commerce EForms Forms of Business Ownership MidMid-term exam 1 Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners Functions of Management. Organization and Teamwork and Teamwork Producing Quality Goods and Services MidMid-term exam 2 Employee Motivation, Workforce Trends, and Labor Relations Managing Human Resources. The Art and Science of Marketing Basic Accounting Concepts Financial Management and Banking Comprehensive Final Grading
Midterm 1 Midterm 2 Final(comprehensive) Final (comprehensive) Participation & In-Class Work InTotal 25% 25% 35% 15% 100% *comprehensive make-up exam given after Final make- Class Class Preparation
Read relevant material BEFORE coming to Class Come to class ready to take part in discussions discussions Ask questions whenever you need to! whenever PUNCTUALITY PUNCTUALITY
PLEASE! Do Do NOT enter the classroom after class has begun! This will be a great habit in your work. Seating Chart & Name Cards
You will be seated according to a seating chart that we will finalize by next week. Name cards are required (min. 25 cm wide) E-Mail list
The course will have an email list that is used intensively
– – – – updates to web content changes in times announcements also good for asking questions You are required to become a member! email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org subscribe from class web page Make sure I can identify you easily (If your address is not name.lastname@aaa) e-mail communication
The subject of your emails must always begin with the course code (BAS111)!!! (BAS Use proper form in your communication (Turkish is acceptable if you are writing to me directly, but use proper spelling, grammar, salutation. Practice your business correspondence skills.) Make sure to always keep a copy of any correspondence!!! (not just in this class) USING TECHNOLOGY
All students are required to demonstrate their ability to find a relevant topic and construct a good website! (due Dec. 24 at 17:00) 17:00) Consumer Consumer Complaint HW
Read the Consumer Protection Law
– Links can be found on the class webpage Prepare a complaint HW
– Details will be announced later, but you will basically basically have to complain (knowledgeably) about something and document it. it. Other details
This is a Business Administration course! Medium of instruction is English Other subjects may be used (etymology) Speed Introduction next class
– Prepare a 1-2 minute introduction of yourself! 1- Again, Welcome
I hope you enjoy the course ATJ ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2010 for the course ECONOMICS BAS111 taught by Professor Adiloran during the Spring '10 term at Middle East Technical University.
- Spring '10