ASU ECON2105 SYLLABUS FA12

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: Announcements from professor, Homework/Participation, Extra study helps, Grades 7. Some assignments for this course will require research and readings separate from the assigned text. Sources include but are not limited to the following: Internet and Reese Library research, various historical and economic texts, The Augusta Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and other professional journals. Professor Name Course Pg. 1 F2F Macro Homework/Participation 20% Exams (3) 45% Graph Presentations (2) 10% Debate 25% A 90-100 B 80-89 C 70-79 D 60-69 F 59 and below
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COURSE ASSIGNMENTS The assignments and activities in this course build throughout the semester. Each student’s preparation of material, use of study groups, and use of the professor as a resource is critical to the learning process and overall success in this course. NON-EVALUATED ASSIGNMENTS Chapter Quizzes: Each chapter quiz will be posted in the Online Course Lab environment under ‘quizzes & tests’. Chapter quizzes are not a course requirement . They are excellent practice exam material and are made available for study purposes only. Students may [are encouraged to] discuss, collaborate or work in study groups on end-of-chapter assignments, study plan problems, and the chapter quiz. Quiz Query Information: o 90 minute time limit; Two attempts; Students may review only after deadline EVALUATED ASSIGNMENTS: Homework/Participation/Attendance: Homework is a required portion of the overall course grade Failure to complete the Chapter HW is recorded a zero AND as an absence for that week . o Homework cannot be worked after the due date in Classroom Instructed Courses o Once a student has missed 10% of the course (3 absences) they can be withdrawn from the course by the professor. The student will receive a WF if withdrawn after midterm and the student has below a 70% average. Each chapter homework is due by 10AM on the day in which the chapter is first covered in class. Each chapter homework is clearly named and posted in the Course Online Lab environment under ‘homework’. Group work is encouraged. A grade of 70% or better is required in order to complete the corresponding quiz. Homework Query Information: o Each question may be worked 3 times (highest score is taken); No time limit; Unlimited review Exams Exams will cover several chapters and consist of a combination of graphing, multiple choice, and short answer. Exams will be taken in class and cannot be made up. If you are absent you will receive a grade of ‘zero’. ALL exams (including take home exams) are to be the student’s individual work. ALL work must be shown (including elementary math solutions, graph labels and titles) The final exam will be cumulative in nature as complete mastery of the material can only be demonstrated through practical application and critical thinking which represent true understanding of critical facts and principles.
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  • Fall '12
  • Schmidt
  • Macroeconomics, United States bankruptcy law, Bankruptcy in the United States

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