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ENG106-W12_Policies - ENGINEERING 106 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS...

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ENGINEERING 106 – ENGINEERING ECONOMICS ENG106 Lectures Lectures: Dr. T. Joseph Holland Location: Medical Sciences MDSC C 180, WF 8:00-9:20 a.m. Office: 3120 Gausi Hall Office Hours: M 1:30-3:00 pm W 10:00-11:30 am, open door or by appt. Email: [email protected] Class Webpage: SmartSite TA TA: Office: Office Hours: Email: Text Fundamentals of Engineering Economics 2 nd Edition by Chan S. Park, Pearson/Prentice Hall. Grading Breakdown Problem Sets 15% Quizzes 10% Project 20% Midterm Exam 25% Final Exam 30% Policy Regarding Grade Changes Requests for grade changes will be made in writing. Submit your original work to me with a separate, typed memo describing why you think the problem was graded wrong. Regrades will not be accepted after the last day of class. Policy Regarding Quizzes Pop quizzes will be given at various times during the quarter. Quizzes will be open handwritten notes (that you have been preparing for exams) unless otherwise specified. Quizzes will consist of one or two short questions on subject matter that has been covered in class. Quizzes cannot be made up unless you have made prior arrangements for missing class or a doctor’s note for illness. Policy Regarding Projects Quarter projects will be conducted by teams of 4-6 people. A project description and grading guide will be provided. The instructor should be notified of any member not participating fully in the effort (you will remain anonymous).
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