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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style SM121 Introduction Professor Arnold SM121/2 Objectives 1. To introduce the functional areas of management accounting, finance, general management, marketing, operations management, information technology, business communication, and international management. 2. To provide each student with an opportunity to see the broadest range of management so to make the best judgment on whether or not SMG is the right place for him or her. 3. To introduce students to the teaching methods of the School we will use all forms of instruction including cases, text materials, chapter-end problem-sets, special readings, lectures, and discussions. Grades Final Grade Percentage of Students A or A- 20% - 30% B+ or B or B- 55% - 65% C+ or C or C- 15% - 25% Lower 0% - 5% Item Weight Contribution to Class Learning and Section Quizzes 18% Office Proficiency Test 10% Portfolio Tracking Project 10% Writing Workshop Assignments and Writing Exercises 12% Exam 1 5% Exam 2 15% Exam 3 (aka The Final) 30% Examinations and Quizzes All examinations are multiple choice, true/false, or a variant of true false. Examinations are administered and scored across all sections. Note special times and section assignments. Click on a calendar exam link to see more on exam procedure. Some sections will give as many as 12 quizzes during the semester. Tricky Questions: Who was the first person to circumnavigate the Earth? a. Christopher Columbus b. Vasco De Gama c. Henry Hudson d. Ferdinand Magellan e. None of the above Academic Conduct Violations of the Academic Conduct Code Cheating on examinations Plagiarism Misrepresentation or falsification of data Theft of an examination Unauthorized conversation during examinations Forgery, alteration, or knowing misuse of official University records Theft or destruction of examinations or papers Submitting the same work in more than one course Altering or destroying another students work or records Having someone take an exam in your stead or prepare a paper for you Falsifying or distorting a significant item on a rsum Unless the instructor of a course otherwise specifically provides instructions to the contrary, the following rules of Academic Conduct will apply to teamwork: No team member shall intentionally restrict or inhibit another team members access to team meetings, team work-in-progress, or other team activities without the express authorization of the...
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