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Syllabus.NB.spring20 - COURSE Principles of Management 33:620:300 Spring 2012 Text Management 9th edition Bateman Snell ISBN-813724-2 Class meets

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COURSE: Principles of Management 33:620:300 Spring 2012 Text : Management: 9 th edition Instructor: Joe Markert NWK office: 1 WP 1097 Office: 973-353-5121 Cell: 908-507-1655 Email: [email protected] Grading: 3 tests 60% (20% each) Group Research project 30% (written) Attendance (+3 absences; minus 2 points each) 10 Articles (1 point each) 10% Optional extra credit 05% Peer review (up to minus) 05% Course Objectives: To familiarize the student with the basic knowledge, roles, responsibilities, and skill sets required to be a manager in a global economy. The material covered will pertain to every business student, regardless of major or career objective. We will explore the concepts and principles of management – the same concepts and principles that pertain to our individual lives as well as to business. Class organization : A combination of instructor lecture, exercises, case discussions and a hands on group research project (written presentation). All assignments are due on the dates listed. No late assignments will be accepted without prior agreement from the instructor. Examinations Schedul e - 3 as noted @ 20% of your term grade for each exam. Format - Each exam will contain +/- 50 multiple choice questions Pencil : A #2 pencil is required for each exam. If a student needs a pencil, the instructor will sell a pencil for $.50 – this money will go toward additional candy. Content - Questions will be based on material from the text, slides and the lectures, including all the class discussions. The majority of questions will represent material that overlaps all of these sources with a primary focus on the text & the slides; definitions and concepts. An examination grade of “F” will be assigned to any student who is absent without a legitimate excuse on the date of a regularly scheduled test. Make-up policy - For those students who have a legitimate, documented excuse for missing a scheduled exam, a make-up will be offered. For example, if you have examinations in two other courses on the same day as a Management 300 exam, you may take the make-up providing that you bring a note in advance signed by the two other instructors testifying to the fact that they will be administering tests on the date in question. Also, if you are ill, bring a note from a doctor to indicate that you were indisposed on the day of the exam. Don't wait until the end of the semester to indicate that you had problems that affected your performance on the date of an earlier exam . If you have a legitimate problem, take the make-up since all scores will be final and will be counted toward your grade in the course. M
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2012 for the course 160 120 taught by Professor Annebighinatti during the Fall '07 term at Rutgers.

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Syllabus.NB.spring20 - COURSE Principles of Management 33:620:300 Spring 2012 Text Management 9th edition Bateman Snell ISBN-813724-2 Class meets

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