MGT 517_Spring 2014 Syllabus(3)

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a
deeper
 understanding
of
organizational
life
complemented
by
experiences
and
cases
that
 elicit
different
ways
of
sensemaking.
I
will
assume,
therefore,
that
you
as
learners
 are:
 • Willing
and
able
to
be
open
to
different
ideas
and
approaches
to
learning;
 
 • Generous
in
sharing
your
experiences
with
others
in
a
classroom
 environment;
 
 • Respectful
of
diversity.
 
 Expectations
of
Graduate‐Level
Learners
 
 Attendance
and
participation:
 Class
attendance
and
participation
in
discussions
and
activities
are
essential.
 Regular
class
attendance
is
expected.
Multiple
and/or
unexplained
absences
will
 result
in
a
lowered
grade.
Four
purposes
of
this
course,
students
are
allowed
one
 absence
(excused
or
unexcused),
after
which
the
final
grade
is
reduced
by
one
letter
 
 2
 grade
for
each
additional
absence.
Two
absences
for
any
reason
will
result
in
a
 failing
grade
for
the
course.

 
 Course
Work:
 Because
class
discussion
necessitates
preparation
by
the
student
through
the
 completion
of
homework
assignments,
the
assignments
are
due
for
the
class
period
 to
which
they
relate
(see
course
session
schedule).
A
late
assignment
will
not
be
 accepted,
even
in
the
case
of
absence,
except
in
well‐documented
extenuating
 circumstance.

 
 Academic
Honesty:
 All
students
at
Shenandoah
University
are
responsible
for
upholding
the
Honor
 Code.
Please
see
the
Student
Handbook
for
more
specific
information
on
specific
 Honor
Code
expectations
and
violations.
Remember
to
give
credit
to
others
if
you
 borrow
their
work
or
ideas.

 
 Accommodations
for
Students
with
Disabilities:

 The
Americans
with
Disabilities
Act
(ADA)
prohibits
discrimination
against
 individuals
with
disabilities.
Under
ADA,
a
disability
is
defined
as
a
physical
or
 mental
impairment
that
substantially
limits
a
major
life
activity.

If
you...
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