Syllabus PHC 6160 Fall 2018 (5).docx

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See for further information. Extra Credit Policy : Extra credit is not offered in this course. Grades of "Incomplete" : The current university policy concerning incomplete grades will be followed in this course. Incomplete grades are given only in situations where unexpected emergencies prevent a student from completing the course and the remaining 9
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Fall 2018 Semester—PHC 6160 work can be completed the next semester. The course professor is the final authority on whether students qualify for a grade of incomplete. Incomplete work must be finished before the end of the subsequent semester or the grade of “I” will automatically be recorded as a grade of “F” on the transcript. Late Work Policy : Late course work is not accepted in this course. Webcourses : This course relies upon the Webcourses system for much of the communication and information dissemination activities for this course. Students should be vigilant about logging on daily to our course website. Professionalism Policy : Students are expected to behave in a professional manner. To prepare for your eventual graduation and professional career, students are encouraged to begin dressing as professionals. During presentations, students are to wear professional business attire. During in-class lectures, students may choose to practice their future professional roles by wearing casual business attire. University Writing Center : The University Writing Center (UWC) is a free resource for UCF students. At the UWC, a trained writing consultant will work individually with students on writing assignments. Appointments are recommended, but not required. For more information or to make an appointment, visit the UWC website at , stop by MOD 608, or call 407.823.2197. Online Resources Help with distance learning and on-line courses: Computer help: & UCF writing center: UCF library: UCF academic calendar: Student accessibility services: If you believe there was a problem with UCF’s computer system: Email Communication Protocol For communications containing private and personal information, please use my UCF email address ( [email protected] ) or the course email system. Do not use the public discussion section of our web course for private and personal communications. To ensure a certain level of professionalism in our course, please include the following 4 parts in every email communication: 1. A very brief entry in the subject line that clearly identifies the purpose of the email (e.g., HW3 Question).
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