2010 SPRING MGT4322 Welcome and Procedures ONLINE

2010 SPRING MGT4322 Welcome and Procedures ONLINE - WELCOME...

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WELCOME TO MGT4322 INTRODUCTION Since many of you are new to UHV, I have created this introduction to guide you through the class and to clarify my expectations of you this semester. If you follow this guide, you should not have any difficulty in completing the course successfully. The topics in this introduction include: SYLLABUS COURSE SCHEDULE ASSIGNMENTS LATE ASSIGNMENTS LECTURE SUPPLEMENTS POWER POINT SLIDES EXAMS WORKLOAD DISCUSSION BOARD PROCEDURES PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR WHAT IS A CASE ANALYSIS OUTSIDE READINGS GETTING STARTED WORD OF WARNING SYLLABUS Please read the syllabus carefully. The syllabus contains important information about the grading procedures and workload in this course. It also explains how this course is related to the mission of program and includes general UHV policies. COURSE SCHEDULE Please read the course schedule carefully. The course schedule details the reading assignments, discussion topics, assignment due dates, and exam dates and times, as well as important notes and reminders. The course schedule may change slightly, but I do not expect any major changes in the course schedule. The course is designed in modules designed around two or more chapters. A typical module will consist of one or more lectures, exercises, and/or videos related to the chapters and readings. Practice quizzes and power points will be posted on my website for your use in learning the topics. ASSIGNMENTS In this class, the assignments consist of one (1) in-depth individual written case assignment and required participation in weekly discussions, exercises, and case analyses. Topic discussions based on the assigned chapters and readings. Your discussions should be the high point of the course. Although participation in discussions is required, these discussions allow you to discuss, debate, and argue, important topics with your classmates. Discovering the viewpoints of others, and reading about their experiences and backgrounds, is an enlightening and interesting part
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of the course. Like many things in life, what you put into the discussions determines what you bring out of the discussions. You are expected to have read the assignments and prepared answers to case questions. LATE ASSIGNMENTS If the final version of your Individual Case Assignment is submitted prior to the due date and time, it is eligible for full credit. Late Individual Case Assignments will continue to be accepted for up to 48 hours after the due date and time for partial credit . Individual Case Assignments will be graded according to the following schedule: In my Sugar Land Box Grading Schedule: On time, that is, before the due date and time 100% of points (full credit without deduction) Emailed to cloningerp@uhv.edu: Within 12 hours of due date and time 90% of points (1 letter grade deduction) Within 24 hours of due date and time 80% of points (2 letter grade deduction) Within 36 hours of due date and time 70% of points (3 letter grade deduction) Within 48 hours of due date and time
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