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A medical or other Georgia Tech approved excuse is the only permissible reasons for missing quizzes or examinations. All electronic equipment (cell phones, iphones, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, computers, etc.) must be put away/hidden from view during exams. Students found using any such electronic devices will receive an automatic zero for the exam. Exams are currently tentatively schedule on the following dates. However, dates may change. It is the student’s responsibility to stay current on the course schedule. Examinations missed for authorized reasons must be taken as soon as possible. Exam # 1 – September 17 Exam # 2 – October 27 Exam # 3 – December 10 6. Grading: A = 90-100; B = 80-89; C = 70-79; D = 60-69; F = below 60. Grades will not be curved in this course. Quizzes 10% Exam # 1 20% Exam #2 30% Exam #3 40% Examinations will cover only the material covered since the previous examination. 8. Office Hours: Please check with a TA before attempting to make an appointment. Points of Contact: Sara Johnson [email protected] or Shawn Finnell [email protected] . They may be able to answer your questions or resolve any problems that develop. Tues – Thurs 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm, by appointment. Office: Ivan Allen College, 781 Marietta St Room 146 Please make an appointment by telephone (404-894-0682) or email ([email protected]) so you don’t have to hang around the office waiting. 9. Course Outline and Assignments Date Topics and Readings Aug 18 Introduction to the Course Aug 20 Origins of American Government (LO-01) Aug 25 Origins of American Government (LO-01) Con’t Politics of Early America, Chap 3 Aug 27 Politics: Who Gets What, and How? Text Chap 1 (LO-02)
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  • Fall '08
  • BIRCHFIELD
  • american government, 1981, 1979, 1975, 1970, Days of the year

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