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BUS 401.Ethics.Fall2010.Syllabus[1]

BUS 401.Ethics.Fall2010.Syllabus[1] - EASTERN NEW MEXICO...

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1 EASTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS BUS 401 GOVERNMENT, BUSINESS, & ETHICS M ANAGERIAL &O RGANIZATIONAL S OCIAL R ESPONSIBILITY COURSE SYLLABUS ~ FALL 2010 Two Sections: BUS 401 P 001 CRN: 12342—Hybrid, part live in class, part online Thursdays—8:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. BUS 401 P 1WW CRN:17445—Web class, entirely online DR. TIMOTHY M. CUNHA 18 August 2010 INSTRUCTOR: Timothy M. Cunha, J.D. Assistant Professor of Business Law & Management OFFICE: COB 215 PHONE: Office: 575.562.2542 Cell: 575.742.8642 or 702.443.0478 Fax: 575.562.2252 OFFICE HOURS & APPOINTMENT PROTOCOL: Dr. Cunha usually will be available in his office at the following times for drop-in appointments, but it is best to make an appointment (see below*): Tuesday 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm Wednesday 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm Other times by appointment—in person, online, or by phone. Dr. Cunha is usually available, including nights and weekends when appropriate/necessary, via cell phone. (See “Communications,” below.) * I consider meeting with my students to be a very important part of the professional teaching process; therefore, I take these meetings seriously—so should you. For a conference in person or over the phone, you generally should check with me in advance by phone or email to make an appointment to assure that you have my undivided attention. If you contact me by email you will usually receive a response within one business day, at the latest. E-MAIL: [email protected] (See “Communications,” below.) One section (001) is a hybrid course (part live in the classroom and part on line); the other section (1WW) is entirely online. The following General Provisions apply with obvious exceptions and modifications for the different class modes. GENERAL PROVISIONS: ACADEMIC INTERGRITY: Academic integrity is vital. The professor has a zero tolerance policy in regard to academic dishonesty. Any acts of academic dishonesty will be penalized severely. See style guide for a discussion of plagiarism. See “Academic Integrity” in the ENMU 2009-2011 Undergraduate Catalog at pages 24-25. STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: If you have a disability and need an accommodation in regard to this class, you must register with the Office of Disability Services (SAS 186). A determination as to the proper accommodation will be made. PROFESSORIAL DISCRETION: The professor reserves the right to use discretion in interpreting and applying the class rules in a fair manner.
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2 BLACKBOARD: It is the duty of the student to check the online BlackBoard on a regular basis because students are responsible for any information or material posted to BlackBoard during the semester. The e- mail feature on BlackBoard is an internal system; therefore, the student MUST check his/her BlackBoard mailbox on a regular basis AND his/her *@ENMU.edu mailbox as well. Students who have questions regarding BlackBoard or who are not listed as a student in this class should immediately contact the Help Desk (575-562-4357).
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