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support your request for accommodation. Documentation may include:medical or psychological reports and diagnosesaptitude and achievement results and evaluationsother documentation considered appropriate by UMGCGrading InformationAll work to be included in the student's final grade for this coursemust be submitted after 12:01 AM ET on the first day of the courseand before 11:59 PM ET on the last day of the course. Work submitted before the official start date or after the official end date willnot be accepted and will not be graded. The official start and end dates for the course are listed at the top of this syllabus and in theuniversity's official schedule of classes.Note: see the University'sPolicy on the Grade of Incomplete (Policy 170.71)for exceptions to the above restrictions.This course consists of the following graded items:Weekly Discussion Participation (8 @ 3%)24%Quizzes (4)Quizzes 1 & 4 @ 9.2%Quizzes 2 & 3 @ 13.8%46%Paper #1: Data Breach Incident Analysis & Report15%Paper #2: Emerging Issues Risk Analysis & Report15%Total100%Assessments (“Graded Items”)Assessments are used to determine the extent to which a student has demonstrated understanding and mastery of the knowledgeand skills defined in the course outcomes (derived from the program outcomes statements). There are three types of assessmentsused in this course,assignments,discussions,andquizzes. Assignments and discussions are graded using a rubric. Quizzes aregraded automatically using the answer key built into the quiz itself.Assignmentsare longer papers and projects that require analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of cybersecurity management, policy,and technology related problems. Every assignment requires reading and research along with analysis of a problem posed in theassignment description. The requirements for each assignment are presented in an assignment description file which is attachedto the assignment folder entry. Assignment formats include: case studies, projects, and research papers. Assignments mayrequire use of a course or assignment specific template.Discussionsare group activities and require demonstration of critical thinking and team work. To complete this type ofassessment, students work together collaboratively in the discussion area of the online classroom. Groups are not assigned andstudents have the freedom to choose which classmates they will work with each week. Each discussion activity is comprised of ashort paper, critiques, and follow-up responses / postings. The short discussion papers require analysis, synthesis, and evaluationof a problem related to the weekly topic for the course and the associated / assigned readings. The format or type of deliverablefor each discussion paper is specified in the discussion item. The critiques and follow-up postings are used to implement a peerreview process for written communications which is substantially similar to that used by managers and their staff to ensurequality for work products. See the Discussions section (below) for a more detailed explanation of the participation requirements

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Term
Fall
Professor
wilson leung

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