Dr. Dave (Denslow)
209 Matherly Hall
(352) 392-0171 X340; cell (352) 359-6645
Class Meeting Time:
Tuesday and Thursday, 10th and 11th periods, BRY 130
Instructor Office Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday, 7th and 8th periods
The best way to get in touch with me is usually e-mail.
I’m grateful if you restrict cell calls to
urgent matters. If there are a hundred students in a room on the UF campus expecting to take a
test, but no proctor, I appreciate the heads up.
In fact, thanks for warnings about any problems
you see developing, such as another class planning to take a test in the same room.
Distance and study abroad students should speak to contacts they have been given.)
The TA office is in the 4
floor stacks of Bryan Hall. You are encouraged to meet
with them. Their hours will be posted on the class website during the first week.
The TAs will
screen all emails to them and pass on to the instructor questions that only he can answer.
Principles of Management
Principles of Marketing
Similar courses may be used as substitutes if approved by the College’s Undergraduate Programs
Office at the east end of the first floor of Bryan Hall, phone: 273-0165.
Finance is not a pre-
requisite, and you can do fine without it, though you will have to learn a bit as we go along.
edition, by Ricky Griffin and Michael Pustay, Prentice Hall, 2010,
Notice that this is the 6
edition, not the 7
that is about to come out.
Since a new 7
edition is about to come out, the 6
edition, though still reasonably up-to-date, is
available at a lower price.
(See Amazon and other sources. Most business texts are expensive.)
Written by professors at Texas A&M, the text provides comprehensive and accurate coverage of
a broad business area. I will rely on it to give the course an organized, systematic backbone.
lectures in contrast will often be about current events, case studies, or industries. The lectures