MAR 3326 Syllabus 2013 Sumer C

However the college of business policy on the

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specific time required to make up an incomplete grade is at the discretion of the instructor. However, the College of Business policy on the resolution of incomplete grades requires that all work required to satisfy an incomplete (“I”) grade must be completed within a period of time not exceeding one calendar year from the assignment of the incomplete grade. After one calendar year, the incomplete grade automatically becomes a failing (“F”) grade. 9
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Grade Appeal Process A student may request a review of the final course grade when she or he believes that one of the following conditions applies: There was a computational or recording error in the grading. Non-academic criteria were applied in the grading process. There was a gross violation of the instructor’s own grading system. The procedures for a grade appeal may be found in Chapter 4 of the University regulations (in pdf format). Withdrawals Any student who decides to drop is responsible for completing the proper paper work required to withdraw from the course. For assistance, speak to your advisor. Missing Exams There are no exams in this class. The Orientation Quiz and the Campaign Quiz must be completed before the due date and time deadline. Complete them early. Late Assignments and Deadlines Policy Assignments must be submitted by date and time deadlines. Each assignment must be submitted either early or by the date and TIME indicated in each Learning Unit . See the syllabus and its “Class Schedule” for due dates and times . Penalties for Late Submissions: 1. One day late = Deduction of 10% from total point value earned 2. More than one day = Assignment graded no higher than 10 points below the lowest grade awarded to another student’s or team’s work or a deduction of 20 % from total point value earned. The most severe penalty will be deducted from the grade earned. Technical Difficulty Policy : If you cannot submit an assignment through Blackboard due to technical difficulty and wish to avoid a penalty, send your assignment to Dr. Smith ( [email protected] ) as an email attachment before the due date and time. Late email submissions are subjected to penalties noted above. Participation Policy Effective and timely participation in team assignments and discussion boards is required. Netiquette and Disruptive Behavior Use standard English and proper spelling and rules of grammar in communicating through emails, messages, wikis, discussion boards, and other means of communication facilitated by Blackboard. Use each wiki, discussion board or other Blackboard communication tools only for the express purpose for which they were created. Do not send profanity, derogatory, or bully-like statements, or offensive images to anyone participating in this class through any Blackboard communication tool or other means of communication. Remember that emails and posts to wikis, blogs, discussion boards, and the like remain open for everyone to see and will be used to evaluate inappropriate messages and disruptive behavior. If you are experiencing a netiquette issue with one or more teammates, please send a note to Dr. Smith using the “message” function in Blackboard.
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  • Spring '12
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  • Advertising, advertising campaign, Campaign Assignment, Dr. Allen Smith

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