MAN 3600 Syllabus Summer 13 ver 5-13-13 (6)

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This is entirely your responsibility and the instructions how to do it are listed in the cited Internet site and in Blackboard. If you have problems with your emailing through Blackboard or any other related computing problems, please do not voice your complaints to me . Please direct your inquiries to the Computer Help Desk: phone (561) 297-3999, or Email [email protected] Grades : The course grade will be based on the following criteria: Four Exams: 18% each; Class Attitude and 2
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Participation: 10.0%, Group Case Discussion: 18%. Therefore, the formula to calculate your course grade is: 0.18 x grade Exam 1 + 0.18 x grade Exam 2 + 0.18 x grade Exam 3 + 0.18 x grade Exam 4 + 0.10 x Attitude/Participation grade + 0.18 x Group Case Discussion grade. The letter grade assigned to the scores will follow this table: A 92.5+ C+ 76.5 – 79.4 A- 89.5 – 92.4 C 72.5 – 76.4 B+ 86.5 – 89.4 C- 69.5 – 72.4 B 82.5 – 86.4D 59.5 - 69.4 B- 79.5 – 82.4 F below 59.5. Exams. The 4 exams are non-cumulative and consist of multiple-choice questions (please bring green scantrons). They will cover all aspects of the material presented in class: readings and lectures. Students who are late more than 20 minutes to take an exam will not be allowed to take it and such exam will be considered as missed. A missed exam counts as 0 (zero) and make-up exams will not be scheduled (the dates of each exam are listed in the course schedule on the end of this syllabus). Very few exceptions to this rule are explained on page 6 of this syllabus. Attitude and Participation : Class attitude and participation in class are important parts of this course. Therefore, students are expected to help creating a productive learning environment, free of distractions and disruptions. For example, the use of cell phones in class is prohibited by the FAU and the Undergrad Catalog says that “pagers, beepers, cell phones have to be disabled.” Students who choose not to follow this rule will get an “F” (0) on the final grade of class participation and attitude. Detailed criteria regarding this grade are explained on page 6 of this syllabus. Grading issues. Students wishing to review their exams will be able to do so within seven (7) days of general notification of grades for that particular exam. Exam review should be scheduled with the TA, preferably during her/his office hours. If after reviewing the exam and clarifying your doubts you want to request the grade revision, the request should be submitted in writing on a Grade Appeal Form, available from the TA or from the professor. Case / Article Discussion. The class will be divided by me in groups ranging from 5 to 7 students to discuss selected cases and articles that are listed on the last two pages of the syllabus: all cases/articles are posted in Blackboard in the folders related to each class topic. The discussions will consist of identifying the problem, causes, alternatives, and potential solutions for the issues approached in the case by applying concepts learned in the course. It is vital
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