FIN 3403 - Tentative Syllabus - Spring 2010 Term[1]

FIN 3403 - Tentative Syllabus - Spring 2010 Term[1] - FIN...

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FIN 3403 - Tentative Syllabus for Spring, 2010 Page 1 of 25 Pages FIN 3403 Business Finance Tentative Course Syllabus Spring 2010 Term COURSE INSTRUCTOR Professor T. Craig Tapley, DBA Graham-Buffett Master Lecturer of Finance Live Class: Tuesday and Thursday, Periods 4 & 5 (10:40 - 11:30; 11:45 - 12:35) Classroom: Bryan Hall, Room 130 Office: David Stuzin Hall, Room 329 Office Hours: Wednesdays (2:00 - 3:00 p.m.); Thursdays (1:00 - 2:30 p.m.) Phone: (352) 392-6654 (use e-mail instead of voice mail -- see next line) E-Mail: fin3403.questions@warrington.ufl.edu COURSE COORDINATOR Professor John C. Banko, Ph.D., CFA Lecturer of Finance Office: David Stuzin Hall, Room 310 Office Hours: By Appointment Phone: (352) 392-6395 E-Mail: fin3403.questions@warrington.ufl.edu TEACHING ASSISTANTS TA Office: 225 Bryan Hall A major component of FIN 3403 is the responsibilities given to and expected of the TA’s. Responsibilities include: 1. TA’s will discuss with the instructor feedback they are receiving from students; discuss criteria for grading assignments; help determine assignments/exercises for the discussion groups on an ongoing basis; and help determine future projects. 2. TA’s will mentor, facilitate, and monitor the activities of their discussion group and determine the scores each student will receive for participation in the graded discussion boards.
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FIN 3403 - Tentative Syllabus for Spring, 2010 Page 2 of 25 Pages 3. TA’s will determine the acceptability and scores of the course projects submitted by students. 4. TA’s will respond to e-mails or discussion group postings from members of their discussion group concerning questions the students may have about the class or material being covered in the class. 5. Each TA will hold 1-2 hours of office hours each week and, collectively, TA’s will hold 40-50 hours of office hours each week, with additional extended hours the week before an exam: TA’s are encouraged to develop a professional relationship with the members of their discussion group and meet/interact with students as needed. 6. TA’s will hold live reviews before each exam to work through sample problems and answer questions from students in their group. 7. TA’s will help to proctor the exams and on-campus students will be assigned to exam rooms based on their TA/group assignment, rather than the first letter of their last name. COURSE PREREQUISITE ACG 2021C or an equivalent course as approved by the College's Undergraduate Programs Office, Room 267 David Stuzin Hall, Phone: 273-0165. ACCESSING THE COURSE WEBSITE This course is presented via the University of Florida’s Blackboard/Vista e-Learning course management system. The first time you access the website (after January 4 th ), you will only have access to the syllabus and a quiz titled “Syllabus Quiz.” You must score 100% on the quiz before the rest of the website will open.
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