BUS328-01 Syllabus Yang Fall 2018.docx

Communicating for purposes of this course i will

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Communicating: For purposes of this course, I will request that you check your personal e-mail (E- Spartan) daily as well as Canvas for messages and/or assignments. Cell Phones and Laptops : Before you enter the classroom, please turn off and put away your cell phone (and anything else that may ring/beep). Laptops, smartphones, PDAs, and other electronic devices (such as recording equipment) may not be used during class without specific approval from the instructor. Extra Credit : There is no extra credit assignments scheduled for this course. If a situation presents itself during the semester, all students will be given equal opportunity to participate. Religious Observance: The University allows for 2 excused absences each academic year for religious observances required by the faith of the student. Students requesting a religious absence must notify the instructor of each absence 14 days in advance of the date of the religious observance. The request must state in writing the nature of the religious observance and the date(s). Student's participation must be confirmed in writing by an official of the religious organization. The instructor will require the student to complete any test or assignment in advance of the originally scheduled date of the test or assignment that is impacted by the absence due to the religious observance. The requirement for students to make such requests for excused absences applies only to days when the University is holding class. UNCG Athletics & Performing Artists: It is up to each athlete or artist to identify future missed classes at the start of the semester and notify me in writing (e-mail) by no later than the second week of the semester. If your UNCG event interferes with an exam/assignment you are required to submit the assignment/take the exam prior to the regularly scheduled date. Students with Disabilities : UNCG seeks to comply fully with The Americans with Disabilities Act and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Students requesting accommodations based on a disability must be registered with the Office of Disability Services in 215 Elliott University center, 334-5440, . Evaluation Criteria The grades for this class will be determined based upon: ASSIGNEMNT AND TESTS SCALE Individual Components Examinations 45% A: 93.0-100 A-: 90-92.9 Attendance and Class Participation 15% B+:87.0-89.9 B:83.0-86.9 B- 70.0-72.9 Peer Evaluation 10% C+: 77.0-79.9 C: 73.0- 76.9 C-: 70.0-72.9 Group Components “Apprentice” Project 15% D+: 67.0-69.9 D: 63.0- 66.9 D-: 60.0-62.9 Group Research Project 15% F: 59.9 or below *decimals will be rounded up/down ASSIGNEMNT AND TESTS Examinations : There will be three exams during the semester. The exams may include multiple choice, short- answer, and/or essay questions. Questions will cover material from the textbook and class discussions. Therefore, in order to perform well on the exams you must attend class.
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