BusM 371R Mon 2012 Winter Syllabus

BusM 371R Mon 2012 Winter Syllabus - BusM 371R...

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BusM 371R: Entrepreneurship Lecture Series Syllabus—Winter 2012 Administrative Section 1: 151 TNRB Monday 2:00–3:30pm Contact Information Andrew Worth – TA [email protected] All questions about the class that are not answered in this syllabus should be directed to the TA. Do not contact the course’s listed instructors as they will always refer you to your TA. Office Hours Friday 12pm – 3pm, or after class on Mondays 470 Tanner Building (Rollins Center) Required Reading Gerber, Michael. The E-Myth Revisited . HarperCollins Publishers, 1995. ISBN# 0-88730-728-0. Available in the BYU Bookstore. Available for check out from library and 470 TNRB Grading There are 100 total points in the class. The breakdown is as follows: Assignment Points (each) Due Date Points (total) Lecture Quiz (11) 3 per week Weekly 33 Attendance (11) 2 per week Weekly 22 BPC Attendance - Attend on March 30, 2012 5 E-Myth Paper - March 19, 2012 20 Idea Log Assignment - March 5, 2012 10 Out of Class Activities (2) 5 each 1 week after attendance 10 Total 100 Final grades will be determined strictly based on the following scale: A 93–100 B+ 87–89.9 C+ 77–79.9 D+ 67–69.9 E <60 A- 90–92.9 B 83–86.9 C 73–76.9 D 63–66.9 B- 80–82.9 C- 70–72.9 D- 60–62.9 Credit for Attending Class
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Lecture Quiz & Survey (3 points per week) Each lecture will be followed by 3 open-note quiz questions from the lecture and a survey rating the presentation and speaker. You may use your own notes and any class slides or lecture slides on Blackboard. The quizzes are located under the “Quiz” tab on Blackboard. Lecture quizzes will be posted within 24 hours of class and left open until 11:55pm of the following class period one week later. There will be no lecture quiz for the first week of class. In order to get attendance points each week you must attend the section number that you are registered for. Surveys It’s important that we get your feedback on each of our guest speakers to ensure the quality and value of this lecture series. Each week one of the Lecture Quiz questions will be “I have completed or will complete the speaker survey before the next class period.” Surveys are located under the “Surveys” on Blackboard. Attendance (2 points per week) You will need to bring your BYU ID card with you every week to class. You will swipe your card at the door before you enter class. If you are more than 5 minutes late to class you will NOT be given attendance points. Excused absences: A maximum of two excused absences may be obtained for University associated activities (i.e., travel for performing groups, etc.) if permission is received in advance and supported by a document from the sponsoring body. There are no other excused absences. Blog Those that miss lecture may prepare for the quiz by watching the recording of the lecture online at http://vimeo.com/byucet . Videos will be posted within 48 hours of lecture.
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