BUS328-01 Syllabus Yang Fall 2018.docx

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Course Pedagogy Lecture/discussions lead by the instructor Case discussions Individual and team experiential exercises and assignments Examinations Important Course Policies Academic Integrity : By the singular act of registering for this course, you are agreeing to abide by the UNCG Academic Integrity Policy. All written work submitted must be original and produced by the student/team for this class only. If you are for any reason unfamiliar with the contents of the code, please review it on the school’s website link: . Violations will be pursued. Academic Integrity applies to all aspects of BUS328. Please be aware that the following also constitute Integrity Violations in BUS328: o You may not be in possession of any unauthorized exam or related materials, including old exams. o No electronic devices are allowed to be on or visible during an exam. o Signing an attendance sheet for another student and/or failing to attend the entire class is a falsification of your attendance and an academic integrity violation. o Once an exam begins, you are not allowed to leave for any reason until you have submitted the exam. o Falsification of any material used in the preparation or development of assignments is a code violation. o The Bryan School of Business and Economics has recently developed and accepted Faculty and Student Guidelines focusing on the expected performance of each. Since these guidelines are new, please take the time to review them. They can be found at the following link: Attendance : Your presence in class is essential to your ability to understand and apply the material covered in this course. Treat this class as you would any other professional obligation. By accepting a job you are making an implicit commitment to attend work regularly. By registering for this class, you make a similar commitment. Note that you will not be able to do well on the examinations without attending class regularly, since much additional material is presented during the lectures and does not appear in the textbook(s). Accordingly, I do require attendance, and I take roll at the very beginning of the class period. If you arrive late, it will be noted. If you arrive late regularly, every two late arrivals will be equivalent to one absence. If you miss class, it is your responsibility to contact classmates (not me) to obtain any materials/information from the missed class session(s). General Behavior : Students are expected to conduct themselves with respect and professionalism toward faculty, students, and others present in class, and will follow the rules prescribed by the instructor for 2
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classroom behavior. Students who do not comport themselves appropriately may be asked to leave the classroom (possibly with a grade penalty), or may be dropped from the course by the instructor.
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