Reading assignments should be done before the class

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Reading assignments should be done before the class lecture, and are to be found in the class schedule on the instructor’s Web site. Homework problems will require the student to spend time writing or programming a computer outside of class. 2) Assignments are due on the dates given in eLearning. Late assignments will lose 10 points per day up to five days, after which no credit will be given. 3) Although class attendance is not mandatory, it will be documented and you are expected to attend. Pop quizzes may be given, for which there is no makeup. 4) Exams are closed book. You are to use only materials provided with the exam. If you require a calculator, you will be notified well in advance of the exam. Calculators on cell phones are not allowed. 5) No supplemental exams. Exceptional cases, such as an illness or accident, will be handled on an individual basis. Proof is required and is the responsibility of the student. 6) Students have one week after the result of an assignment or exam is returned to request a review/correction of their grade. A review can result in the lowering of a grade.
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7) Those suspected of cheating will be subject to the university’s discipline code. CLASS MATERIALS,ASSIGNMENTS: 1) Class materials will be available on eLearning or the instructor’s Web site. You should check the Web site frequently.
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  • Fall '09
  • SUNANHAN
  • Relational model, Academic dishonesty

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