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Blinn College • Distance Education • Business and Technology • Business - BUSI


Business Legal Environment BUSI-2371

  • Summer II 2018
  • Section N24 CRN-40469
  • 3 Credits
  • 07/05/2018 to 08/02/2018
  • Modified 07/04/2018

Meeting Times


100% Online

  • Online Only

This is a distance education course. 100% of the course is conducted using Blinn's eCampus D2L platform. Students are required to complete work online and may be required to participate in conference calls or video conferences to complete group work (if assigned) or communicate with the instructor.

IMPORTANT:

THIS IS AN EXTREMELY FAST PACED COURSE WITH A LOT OF MATERIAL TO COVER! YOU SHOULD EXPECT TO SPEND A MINIMUM OF 2-3 HOURS PER DAY, AND APPROXIMATELY 10 HOURS PER WEEK ON THE COURSE CONTENT AND ASSIGNMENTS.

This time is spent reading the chapters, taking notes and writing vocabulary, reviewing the power points and all supplemental materials, responding to discussion questions, and taking practice quizzes and exams.

SUMMARY OF IMPORTANT DATES:

Academic Calendar Dates: Exam Due Dates: Conference Call Dates:
Mon 7/5: 1st Day of Class Mon 7/16: Ex 1 Tues 7/10   7:00 - 8:00 PM
Tues 7/10: Day of Record Sat 7/21: Ex 2 Tues 7/17   7:00 - 8:00 PM
Fri 7/27: Last Day to Drop Wed 7/25: Ex 3 Tues 7/24   7:00 - 8:00 PM
Wed 8/1: Last Class Day Sat 7/28: Ex 4 Tues 7/31   7:00 - 8:00 PM
Thurs 8/2: Finals Wed 8/1: Ex 5  
Mon 8/6: Grades Due Thurs 8/2: Final Exam  

GROUP CONFERENCE CALLS:

**RECOMMENDED BUT ONLY REQUIRED IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS**

Tuesday nights from 7:00 - 8:00 PM (CST) have been designated as group conference call times. Students should post their questions in the Student Lounge to be answered on the conference call. Students will also receive important general information and announcements from their instructor during this time. 

Students should dial (641) 715-3605 to join in. 

Then enter participant code: 875970#

The nights for these calls are:

  • Tuesday 7/10/18 7:00 - 8:00 PM (CST)
  • Tuesday 7/17/18 7:00 - 8:00 PM (CST)
  • Tuesday 7/24/18 7:00 - 8:00 PM (CST)
  • Tuesday 7/31/18 7:00 - 8:00 PM (CST)

**REPLAYS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE**

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING TIME ZONES:

Business is conducted around the world and professionals must meet deadlines set by their counterparts, even when they are in another timezone. Therefore, you are responsible for meeting deadlines based on Central Standard Time and there will be no extensions on exams if you miss the due date because you fail to calculate the deadline accurately. Again, students in a time zone other than Central Standard Time are still responsible for submitting assignments by the due date based on Central Standard Time; this includes conference calls. You can use an app on your phone or a time zone converter like this one if you need help.

 

Contact Information


INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Brandy Scholze, M.B.A., REALTOR®

Email: [email protected] (Please include your course name and section number in every email to me)
Office:  F-260 (Student Center Building)
Website: www.brandyscholze.info

               www.blinn.edu

Office Hours are by appointment only: Please email [email protected] to schedule an appointment. While I am on the Bryan campus throughout the week, I may be conducting scheduled instruction, in a meeting, or completing various other duties. 

I encourage everyone to make an appointment so that I can give you my undivided attention. 

Description


Role of law in business and society; government regulations of business. Legal reasoning; sources of law; social policy and legal institutions; antitrust; security regulations; consumer protection, environment laws; worker health and safety; employment discrimination and other laws affecting business. Three class hours per week. Credit: Three semester hours.

Requisites

Prerequisites: None

Corequisites: None

Core Curriculum Statement


This course is not a core curriculum course.

Outcomes


1. Explain the role of law and ethics in business and society and the legal system's role in regulating business.*

2. Compare and contrast the sources and classifications of law with an emphasis on the US Constitution.*

3. Differentiate between the court system and alternative dispute resolution.*

4. Classify and understand the major employment law concepts including employment relationships, employment discrimination, labor regulations and the role of the NLRB in regulating labor/management relations.*

5. Classify and understand the different types of torts including product liability.*

6. Classify and understand administrative agency rules, related statutes and agencies, in particular the CPSC and FDA.*

7. Describe the requirements of a valid common law contract and a UCC contract.*

8. Describe and understand the types of agency relationships.*

9. Explain the types of business entities and their functions.*

10. Identify and describe the major antitrust legislation and its purpose.*

11. Identify and describe the major securities legislation, its purpose, the function of the SEC and how it relates to corporate governance.*

12. Classify and understand the major environmental legislation and the role of the EPA in implementing it.*

13. Understand the role of international law as it relates to US business.*

Materials


All Campuses: Legal Environment of Business, BUSI 2371 - Blinn College

  • Author: Cheeseman
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Edition: 2018
  • ISBN: 9781323766750
  • Availability: Campus Bookstores

**NOTE: THIS IS A CUSTOM EDITION TEXTBOOK SPECIFICALLY FOR BLINN COLLEGE!** 

The correct edition:

  • Goes all the way to Part 13: Chapter 54
  • Removes Part 5, Part 11, Part 12
  • Removes Ch 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 38, 40, 51, 52, 53

I highly recommend that you purchase the textbook from the Blinn Bookstore in order to ensure you purchase the correct edition and to prevent lengthy delivery delays. Due dates will not be extended because you have not received your textbook. Please do not ask for recommendations regarding rental vs. purchase as I am not able to advise you on this matter. Purchase textbooks from external sources at your own risk. 

YOU WILL NEED TO USE MANY TOOLS TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THIS COURSE.

  • The textbook
  • Computer & Internet Access
  • Flashdrive to save work (recommended)

 

For a Map of the Bryan Campus click here. For information about the Bryan Computer Lab click here.

For a Map of the Brenham Campus click here. For information about the Brenham Computer Lab click here.

Students are allowed and encouraged to use the computer labs on the Blinn Campuses.

For other RESOURCES, please visit the RESOURCES tab in the blue banner in your eCampus course.

Course Requirements


I. OVERVIEW OF COURSE REQUIREMENTS

  1. Achievement of all learning outcomes
  2. Completion of all assignments
  3. Completion of all major exams and final exam
  4. Participation in discussions
  5. Refrain from scholastic integrity violations (YOU MUST DO YOUR OWN WORK & MAY NOT SHARE ANSWERS!)

 II. GENERAL RULES AND TIPS FOR SUCCESS

  1. This course represents a non-traditional method of instruction and places a greater importance on disciplined out-of-class reading, note-taking and discussions useing the eCampus platform.
  2. Students are expected to keep up with the reading assignments and to keep track of their completion of discussions and when exams are due. It is important to check your eCampus daily for news announcements and any other information that may be communicated regarding the course.

III. CLASS PARTICIPATION AND ATTENDANCE

The College District believes that class attendance is essential for student success, therefore, attendance and participation are required.

Progress through the course will be measured by assignment completion due dates throughout the content.

Students who miss deadlines on assignments, project submission deadlines or fail to complete an exam will accumulate one absence per occurrence. 

For information on regarding the College's attendance policy, please refer to the Blinn College Policies section in this syllabus.

IMPORTANT: Professor Scholze does not differentiate between excused and unexcused absences.

For more information regarding participation in the class, see details in the EVALUATION section below.

IV. REGARDING DEADLINES & EXTENSIONS 

All assigned work is expected to be completed by the given due date. Any assignment with a deadline will not be extended therefore students MUST make sure to meet deadlines as that is an important trait for individuals in the business world.

The instructor does not allow make-up work or accept late work. Deadlines will not be extended under any circumstances, they are in place to help students pace themselves through the course.

Any deadline assigned will not be extended due to technical errors with eCampus. It is the student's responsibility to begin the work/quiz in enough time to complete it and allow ample time in the event there is a technical error or internet lags. Mrs. Scholze does not allow make up work and will not extend the deadline for assignment completions under any circumstance.

V. REGARDING TIME ZONES

Business is conducted around the world and professionals must meet deadlines set by their counterparts, even when they are in another timezone. Therefore, you are responsible for meeting deadlines based on Central Standard Time and there will be no extensions on exams if you miss the due date because you fail to calculate the deadline accurately. Again, students in a time zone other than Central Standard Time are still responsible for submitting assignments by the due date based on Central Standard Time; this includes conference calls. You can use an app on your phone or a time zone converter like this one if you need help.

VI. REGARDING GRADING ERRORS 

Each student is responsible for looking over all returned, graded assignments. For online classes, this means that it is the student's responsibility to ensure that eCampus has recorded your grade. If a student believes that an error has been made on any grade for a class or homework assignment, quiz or exam, the student should immediately inform the instructor of the course.

If the student waits until after the online assignment, quiz or exam deadline has passed - the item will not be reopened. If the student does not discover or chooses not to disclose the grading error of the assignment/exam before it closes, then the grade will stand and will not be changed under any circumstance. Students are able to view their progress in the class, which includes their grades, using the eCampus D2L platform.

VII. REGARDING CHAPTER QUIZZES 

Chapter quizzes will be administered using Blinn’s eCampus D2L learning management system. The chapter quizzes are highly recommended as preparation for the exams and can be taken an unlimited number of times. They will not be used in calculating the student’s final grade in the class.

VIII. REGARDING TECHNICAL ERRORS

For technical errors or problems, the student should contact Distance Learning by visiting http://www.blinn.edu/online/ . THE STUDENT SHOULD NOT CONTACT THE INSTRUCTOR FOR TECHNICAL PROBLEMS.

IX. REGARDING SCHOLASTIC INTEGRITY

Students are required to do their own work and may not share answers on quizzes or exams. Any student caught violating Blinn's Scholastic Integrity Policy will be addressed accordingly. Discipline may include but is not limited to receiving a zero on the assignment and/or removal from the course. For more information, please see the Scholastic Integrity Policy in the Blinn College Policies section below.

Evaluation


Criteria

Breakdown

The information below is set forth to allow fairness and consistency amongst all students. No individual exceptions will be made.

All work in this class will be averaged together. Graded work includes the following:

  • Your participation grade (which is calculated at the end of the course depending on whether you missed any discussions or exams)
  • 16 discussions worth 25 points each. 
  • Exam grades (the lowest of the 5 will be dropped so only the highest 4 are averaged in)
  • A final exam grade

The table below will help you calculate your grade in this course:

Category Max Grade
 Discussion Group 1                                    (4 @ 25% each)  100%
 Discussion Group 2                                    (4 @ 25% each)  100%
 Discussion Group 3                                    (4 @ 25% each)  100%
 Discussion Group 4                                    (4 @ 25% each)  100%
   
Participation                    (-5 pts for any disc. or ex. missed) 100%
   
Exam 1                       (drop the lowest regular exam grade) 100%
Exam 2 100% 
Exam 3  100% 
Exam 4 100%
Exam 5 100%
   
Final Exam                                        (does not get dropped) 100%
   
Total all grades and divide by 10 to get your Class Average __________

 

What is considered an A in this course?   

A         90 – 100%

B          80 – 89

C          70 – 79

D          60 – 69

F          59% or below

 

NOTE: Any bonus points earned can be added to any of the grades being averaged in since everything is equally weighted.

___________________________________________________________________

GRADING DETAILS:

Discussions: Discussions are very important because they impact approximately 50% of your grade in this course. This is because every discussion is worth 25 points, therefore every four completed is worth 100. So upon completing 16, you would receive a total of 4 100's. However, failure to complete the discussions will also impact your participation grade. All discussions should be completed before taking the final exam. More details about participation is below.

Students are required to complete a total of 16 initial discussion topics.This includes 3 required topics and 13 topics of the students choosing. 

Initial threads must be a minimum of 250 words and must be the students original thoughts and opinions. Students are also required to post 14 replies to other students posts. Replies to other students posts are required to be 100 words.

It is recommended that students type their discussion in Word and use the word count feature and then copy/paste their discussion into a forum. Failure to post using the minimum word counts may result in forfeiture of 5 participation points (5%) per occurrence.

The three discussion topics that every student is required to complete include:

(1) BEGINNING OF CLASS: "Introduce Yourself" discussion & reply (does not need to be 250 words)

(2) END OF CLASS: "Apply What You've Learned," (reply not required) and the

(3) END OF CLASS: "Feedback on the Course" (reply not required) discussion at the end of the class.

Students may choose the other 13 topics/replies throughout the course. It is recommended that at least one discussion is done each week but students can do more than one to get ahead.

Participation: Throughout the duration of the class there will be various activities that will require student participation. Students are required to participate during the class.This is measured through the successful completion of activities and assignments. For information on the College's attendance policy, please refer to the Blinn College Policies in the section below.

A student begins the class with a grade of 100% for participation. Five points (or 5%) are deducted for each missed daily class activity, discussion or exam. For example, when you are absent and you miss the daily activity this will impact your participation grade by 5 points (5%). For online classes, missing an assignment deadline (such as a discussion or exam) will result in a 5 point (or 5%) deduction from a student’s participation grade. Therefore, a student's final participation grade cannot be calculated until the end of class when all discussions have closed. 

**AGAIN, your participation grade in the course is not calculated until the end of the course.**

Complete all 16 Discussions = Participation Grade of 100

    Participation Grade = 
Complete:  16 100
  15 95
  14 90
  13 85
  12 80
  11 75
  10 70
  9 65
  8 60
  7 55
  6 50
  5 45
  4 40
  3 35
  2 30
  1 25


Exams: 
There will be a total of 5 regular exams. The lowest exam grade will be dropped and the remaining exam grades will be calculated into the student's final average for the class. No makeup exams will be given. There will be no exceptions. 

Final Exam: The final exam, is comprehensive and will not be dropped. The final is required and there is no makeup for the final exam. There will be no exceptions. DO NOT TAKE THE FINAL UNTIL YOU ARE DONE COMPLETING YOUR DISCUSSIONS. That's how I know I can calculate your participation grade.

NOTE REGARDING DEADLINES & EXTENSIONS: 

All assigned work is expected to be completed by the given due date. Any assignment with a deadline will not be extended therefore students MUST make sure to meet deadlines as that is an important trait for individuals in the business world.

The instructor does not allow make-up work or accept late work. Deadlines will not be extended under any circumstances, they are in place to help students pace themselves through the course.

Any deadline assigned will not be extended due to technical errors with eCampus. It is the student's responsibility to begin the work/quiz in enough time to complete it and allow ample time in the event there is a technical error or internet lags. Mrs. Scholze does not allow make up work and will not extend the deadline for assignment completions under any circumstance.

NOTE REGARDING TIME ZONES:

Business is conducted around the world and professionals must meet deadlines set by their counterparts, even when they are in another timezone. Therefore, you are responsible for meeting deadlines based on Central Standard Time and there will be no extensions on exams if you miss the due date because you fail to calculate the deadline accurately. Again, students in a time zone other than Central Standard Time are still responsible for submitting assignments by the due date based on Central Standard Time; this includes conference calls. You can use an app on your phone or a time zone converter like this one if you need help.

Blinn College Policies


All policies, guidelines, and procedures in the Blinn College CatalogBlinn College Board Policies, and the Blinn College Administrative Procedures Manual are applicable to this course.

Specific information on civility, attendance, add/drop, scholastic integrity, students with disabilities, final grade appeal, alternative retailers, campus carry and proctoring arrangements and cost.

Notice of any action taken under these protocol and procedures, by Blinn College or its employees, may be delivered by hand, through the U.S. Postal Service, or electronically to the student’s BlinnBuc e-mail account. Notice shall be deemed received upon actual receipt, on deposit in the U.S. Mail, or upon entering the information processing system used by Blinn College for BlinnBuc e-mail accounts, whichever first occurs.

Course Policies


Internet Course Attendance Policy:

In accordance with the Blinn College Attendance Policy students must be dropped for non-attendance (two weeks of absence).

Submission of assignments on due dates is required for attendance. For example, if assignments are due by 11:30 pm on Sunday students are required to complete the assignments to have perfect attendance for the week. Failure to submit a portion the assignments on time will count as an absence and failure to submit all a week's assignments will result in a week’s worth of absences.

NOTE: Due dates are meant to be the last opportunity to submit an assignment for proper attendance and grading. The date an assessment of any type is assigned is the day to begin working on the assignment. Students that do not follow this strategy will fall behind and fail to maintain high scores in the course.

Questions regarding assignments should be submitted on the assigned date but MUST be submitted 48 hours prior to the due date. Waiting until the due date of an assignment to access an assignment will not be accepted as an excuse for lack of completion; EVEN if a technical error occurs. Materials to be reviewed, such as textbook chapters are listed on the syllabus schedule and assignments to accompany the topics are listed on the eCampus Calendar for the course. Assignments are scheduled well in advance of the due dates and all students are expected to access and learn about materials and begin completing reviews starting on the assigned date as participation in the course and satisfactory attendance.

Course Missed Assignments:

There is no such thing as a “do over” in this course. This is a college level business course that must introduce students to business principles and concepts which absolutely include being attentive, devoted, and responsible for the “work” a person is assigned.

Missed assignments are recorded as a zero unless a student has an excused absence in accordance with the Blinn Attendance Policy. In the event you need to contact your instructor regarding an absence, the preferred method is via email. Please include the following information -  Course name and section number, student name and Blinn ID number, the exact title of assignments that were missed, and an attached document supporting the reason for missing the due date.

Student rights and responsibilities

By enrolling in classes at Blinn College, I understand that I have rights and responsibilities as follows:

Students’ Rights

  1. A student shall have the right to participate in a free exchange of ideas, and there shall be no College rule or administrative rule that in any way abridges the rights of freedom of speech, expression, petition and peaceful assembly as set forth in the U.S. Constitution. (FLA Legal; FLAA Local; FLA Local) (Administrative Procedure for Expressive Activities on Campus)
  2. A student shall have the right to participate in all areas and activities of the College, free from any form of discrimination, including harassment, on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, disability, age, or veteran status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws. (FA Legal; FB Local; FFD Local; FK Legal)
  3. A student shall have the right to know the specifics of how they will be evaluated in class, and to file a grade appeal if they feel they have not been graded properly. (FLDB Local)
  4. A student has the right to personal privacy except as otherwise provided by law, and this will be observed by students and College authorities alike. (FJ Local)
  5. A student subject to disciplinary action arising from violations of Student Rules shall be assured a fundamentally fair process as set forth in College policy. (FMA Local)
  6. A student shall have the right to access the College’s Consumer Information as required in various Federal regulations and displayed on the College’s web site.
  7. A student shall have the right to file a written complaint if they are unable to resolve a concern through established procedures.  (FLD Local)

Students’ Responsibilities

  1. A student has the responsibility to be fully acquainted with the published College student rules (found in the College Catalog) and to comply with them, as well as all federal, state, and local laws.
  2. A student has the responsibility to be fully acquainted with the College’s billing policies as well as meet all financial obligations to the College. More details
  3. A student has the responsibility to maintain communication with the College including reading their Blinn e-mails and keeping the College updated on addresses and phone numbers.
  4. A student has the responsibility to seek out input concerning career, choice of majors and selection of courses from various academic advising offices on campus, catalogs/advisors at transfer institutions, and other resources.  All decisions related to academic coursework are ultimately the advisee’s responsibility.
  1. A student has the responsibility to show respect and honesty in disagreements with faculty, staff, administration and others and to use the established channels to resolve complaints and concerns. (FLD Local)
  2. A student has the responsibility to respect the rights and property of others, including other students, the faculty and College officials. (FLB Local)
  3. A student has the responsibility to maintain a level of behavior which is consistent in supporting the learning environment of the institution and to recognize the College’s obligation to provide an environment for learning. (FLB Local)

To view the Student Rights & Responsibilities page, please visit http://www.blinn.edu/student_services/rights_responsibilities.html

Schedule


 

BUSI 2371

 Weekly Schedule

Use this as a checklist to track your completion of Assignments.

 

Meeting Details

Minimum Weekly Contact Hours

 

Week 1:
7/5 -7/8

Orientation

8

 

[   ]

Sign up for REMIND text messaging system

 

 

[   ]

Submit Required Discussion #1: Introduce Yourself (250 Words) & reply to another student’s post

 

 

[   ]

Complete Orientation DropBox Assignment

 

 

[   ]

Orientation Assignments due by 7/9/18 @11:30 PM

 

AFTER THIS WE DRASTICALLY PICK UP THE PACE!!!

 

Q

D

R

Q: Quizzes

D: Discussion (250 words minimum)

R: Reply (100 words minimum)

 

Week 2:
7/9-7/15

[   ]

1,2,3,4

[   ]

Part 1: The Legal Environment of Business and Online Commerce

Ch 1,2,3,4

10

TUESDAY, 7/10/18: DAY OF RECORD

CONFERENCE CALL FROM 7:00-8:00 PM (CST)

 

[   ]

5,6

[   ]

Part 2: Torts, Crimes and Intellectual Property

Ch 5,6,7,8

 

 Monday
7/16/18

   [   ]

DUE  7/16/18 @ 11:30 PM

EXAM 1 (Part 1 & Part 2) 

 

 

Week 3:
7/16-7/22

[   ]

10

[   ]

Part 3: Contracts and E-Commerce

Ch 9,10,11,12,13

10

 

[   ]

14,16,17

[   ]

Part 3: Cont.

Ch 14,15,16,17

 

TUESDAY 7/17/18: CONFERENCE CALL 7:00-8:00 PM (CST)

 

[   ]

20

[   ]

 Part 4: Sales & Lease Contracts and Warranties

Ch 18, 19, 20, 21

 

Saturday
7/21/18

   [   ]

 DUE  7/21/18 @ 11:30 PM

EXAM 2 (Part 3 & Part 4) 

 

 

[   ]

None

[   ]

 Part 6: Credit, Secured Transactions, and Bankruptcy

Ch 26 & 27

 

 

Week 4:
7/23-7/29

[   ]

29,33

[   ]

Part 7: Agency, Employment, and Labor Law

Ch 29, 30, 31, 32, 33

10

TUESDAY 7/24/18: CONFERENCE CALL 7:00-8:00 PM (CST)

Wednesday
7/25/18

 [   ] 

 DUE 7/25/18 @ 11:30 PM

EXAM 3 (Part 6 & Part 7) 

 

 

[   ]

42

[   ]

 Part 8: Business Organizations, Corporate Governance, Investor Protection, and Business Ethics

Ch 34, 35, 36, 37, 39, 41, 42

 

   [   ] 43,45,46  [   ]

 Part 9: Government Regulation

Ch 43, 44, 45, 46

 

** Friday 7/27/18: LAST DAY TO DROP WITH A "Q" **

 Saturday
7/28/18

   [   ]  DUE 7/28/18 @ 11:30 PM

EXAM 4 (Part 8 & Part 9)

 

 

Week 5:
7/30-8/2

 [   ]  54  [   ]

 Part 10: Personal Property, Real Property, and Insurance

Ch 47, 48, 49, 50

Part 13: Global Environment

Ch 54

10
   

[   ]

[   ]

 

Complete 2 Required Discussions 

Discussion #15) Applying What You've Learned

Discussion #16) Feedback on This Course

 

 TUESDAY 7/31/18: CONFERENCE CALL 7:00-8:00 PM (CST)

 

Wednesday
8/1/18

[   ]

DUE 8/1/18 @ 11:30 PM

 Exam 5 (COMPREHENSIVE – REVIEW FOR FINAL) 

 

 

Thursday
8/2/18

[   ]

**DO NOT TAKE THE FINAL EXAM UNTIL YOU HAVE COMPLETED ALL 16 DISCUSSIONS!!!!**

Final Exam Opens Upon Completion of Exam 5

 DUE 8/2/18 @ 11:30 PM

COMPREHENSIVE FINAL EXAM

 

 Total Contact hours

48

 NOTE: In the Carnegie Hour System 50 minutes = 1 contact hour 

 

The instructor reserves the right to make adjustments as necessary to enhance achievement of Student Learning Outcomes.

 

Track Your Grades and Completion of Discussions Below:

Exams Due Date Grade
Exam 1: Part 1 & 2 Monday 7/16/18 by 11:30 PM ________
Exam 2: Part 3 & 4 Saturday 7/21 by 11:30 PM ________
Exam 3: Part 6 & 7 Wednesday 7/25 by 11:30 PM ________
Exam 4: Part 8 & 9 Saturday 7/28 by 11:30 PM ________
Exam 5: Comprehensive Wednesday 8/1 by 11:30 PM ________
Final Exam: Comprehensive Thursday 8/2 by 11:30 PM ________

 

DISCUSSIONS:
Week 1    Pts. Each
______ 1. REQUIRED: Introduce Yourself 25 
Weeks 2 - 4 (Choose 13 Additional Topics)  
______ 2. _____________________________________________________ 25
______ 3. _____________________________________________________ 25
______ 4. _____________________________________________________ 25
______ 5. _____________________________________________________ 25
______ 6. _____________________________________________________ 25
______ 7. _____________________________________________________ 25
______ 8. _____________________________________________________ 25
______ 9. _____________________________________________________ 25
______ 10. ____________________________________________________ 25
______ 11. ____________________________________________________ 25
______ 12. ____________________________________________________ 25
______ 13. ____________________________________________________ 25
______ 14. ____________________________________________________  25
Week 5    
______ 15. REQUIRED: Applying What You've Learned 25
______ 16. REQUIRED: Feedback on this Class 25
  TOTAL:  400*

*See the criteria section of this syllabus for full details.