Hybrid PSL 310 Syllabus Fall 2018 Accessible Final.docx

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The student must contact the Professor no later than 24 hours after the time of the missed scheduled exam to make arrangements to take a make-up exam unless special circumstances (e.g. hospitalization) arise. If possible, it is best to contact the Professor before the missed exam to be sure your excuse is acceptable. Documentation of illness or emergency must be submitted to the Professor within 48 hours after the missed exam unless special circumstances (e.g. hospitalization) arise. Make-up exams are given on Friday evening at during the week of the missed exam date (unless special circumstances arise and the Professor approves a different make-up exam date; note: for the Thanksgiving holiday the makeup cannot be on Friday). If the student does not contact and present documentation to the Professor within the allotted times, the missed examination score will be recorded as 0 points (zero points). Note: if the student knows ahead of time that they will have to miss a scheduled exam time for a VERY good reason it may be possible to arrange an early Friday night (6:00-6:50 pm) exam. An example of a very good reason to take the early Friday night exam would be if an online class schedules an exam during our exam time (and the student was not told this exam time before classes began). *Students who are grieving a loss or tragedy and need to be absent should follow the MSU Grief Absence Policy using the following link: MSU's Grief Absence Policy . Students with a religious observance request can consult the Office of the Registrar’s website using the following link: Religious Policy . **If you have any questions about what medical documents you will need, you should contact Dr. Denison by email before 2:00 pm the day of the exam (and include a phone number where you can be reached). 6
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Homework and Case Study Sessions There will be Case Study sessions (in-class meetings) the week before each Unit Exam. Students will attend their section’s Case Study meeting time and will submit Homework answers (done before the in-class session) and answers to the Case Studies questions (discussed during the class meeting). Instructions for the Homework and Case Study questions will be in the documents posted on D2L in the Unit materials. The lowest Homework/ Case Study Session grade will be dropped . Homework/Case Study Assignments alone (that is, without attending the Case Study session) will NOT be accepted . Students are not allowed to turn in a scantron and leave the Case Study session early – if you can’t stay for the entire class you can go to the makeup session or try to get approval to attend another section (described immediately below). Students more than 20 minutes late to a Case Study session are not allowed to stay (they can attend another session or the Makeup session – see below).
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