Attendance is important but it is your choice whether to come to class or not
except for the
I will take attendance
for each day of the presentation days
(1% X 4
presentation days = 4%)
For presentation days, attendance will only be counted if you arrive on
time before the first presentation starts.
For other classes, if you choose to come to class, please
show respect by coming to class on time, staying until the end, turning off your mobile phone, and
engaging fully in class activities.
marks will be granted when all the members of the team attend class together
(after the team is assigned, starting in week 3)
Each “whole” team participation is worth 0.5% of
the participation mark and a total of 5% (
0.5% X 10 classes = 5%).
All members have to sign
the form and submit it by the end of the same class.
Late submission will not be accepted.
You will lose participation marks if you engage in behaviors that are disruptive to class learning.
Some examples are: arriving in class late, chatting, using your laptop computer for non-class-
related activities, making repetitive or irrelevant comments in class discussions, and monopolizing
Research Participation Requirement 6%
Experiential learning is considered an integral part of our course.
Participation in research
is one example of this.
A number of other undergraduate courses have expanded to include
opportunities for students to be research participants, enabling them to learn first-hand about social
science and business research. Many students report that participation in research is both an
educational and interesting experience. There will be
1 hour each)
related activities conducted by faculty or doctoral students in the MGMT department. You have to
participate in all three sessions to receive 6% of the research participation marks.
There will be
. These research activities will take place outside of class. Specific information
(e.g., date, time, location) will be emailed to you later on in the semester.
The following are the learning goals for the Department of Management. Goals addressed in this
course are marked with *.
Goal: Graduates will be critical and creative thinkers who make effective decisions supported by
analytical and quantitative techniques.*
Goal: Graduates will be effective communicators in oral and written English and Chinese for
general business applications.*
Goal: Graduates will have broad understanding of the core business functions and integrate these
functions to solve business problems.*
Goal: Graduates will have in-depth grasp of their area of business concentration or major.*
Goal: Graduates will be effective team members and leaders.*
Goal: Graduates will be effective in multi-cultural and international settings.*
Goal: Graduates will be effective users of information technology in business applications.