Each class period will focus on developing a specific aspect of the HACCP plan

Each class period will focus on developing a specific

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for completion of this task. Each class period will focus on developing a specific aspect of the HACCP plan and may be augmented with short lectures, case studies, and discussions. Groups will present their daily progress at the end of each class period. Short homework assignments (5-10 points each for a total of 50 points) will be assigned periodically to be completed individually prior to the start of the next class period. At the end of the semester, groups will present their completed HACCP plans to the class and possibly representatives from this food production facility. Attendance and Make-Up Work Participation on the two day trip is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for completion of the class. There is no mechanism to make up these activities. Students unable to participate will be advised to drop the class as they will lack the foundational training and context necessary for the course. For the rest of the class, formal attendance will not be taken. However, group members will be able to evaluate each other at the end of the semester and poor attendance likely will be detrimental to your grade. Requirements for class attendance and make-up exams, assignments, and other work in this course are consistent with university policies that can be found in the online catalog at: . Assessment Homework 50 points Exam 1 25 points Final Exam 100 points Preliminary presentation 25 points Plan auditing (ANS 6932 only) 100 points Final presentation 100 points Final HACCP plan 100 points Peer assessment 50 points Total 400 /500 points Final Grades Final grades will be determined by calculating the percentage of points earned out of total points available. No component will be given extra weight. That percentage will be rounded up to the nearest whole number and correspond with a letter grade. Letter grades will be assigned as follows: >90% A 85-89.9% B+ 80-84.9% B 75-79.9% C+ 70-74..9% C 60-69.9% D <60% E
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Grades and Grade Points For information on current UF policies for assigning grade points, see Online Course Evaluation Process Student assessment of instruction is an important part of efforts to improve teaching and learning. At the end of the semester, students are expected to provide feedback on the quality of instruction in this course using a standard set of university and college criteria. These evaluations are conducted online at
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  • Spring '14
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