Introduction to Business
Course Section: 03131 FALL 2012
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Provides a basic understanding of business through an overview of basic economic concepts, the changing global business environment, and the importance of entrepreneurs and customer relations. The roles of management, marketing, financial management, accounting, and banking will also be addressed. PREREQUISITE(S) / CO-REQUISITE(S): None TEXTBOOK(S): TITLE: AUTHOR: PUBLISHER: TITLE: AUTHOR: PUBLISHER: MGT 101 FLATWORLD BOOK NONE FLATWORLD MGT 101 FLATWORLD ACCESS CODE NONE FLATWORLD EDITION/YEAR: ISBN: NONE 978-1-4533-4703-4
INSTRUCTOR: BAKER COLLEGE EMAIL ADDRESS: BAKER COLLEGE CONTACT NUMBER: CELL PHONE: APRIL MILLER email@example.com 313 425-3721 313 550-2646
OFFICE HOURS: Please contact me to confirm your appointment. My number is 313-550-2646.
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PAGE ATTENDANCE: Attendance is necessary for your success in this course. Attendance will be taken within the first thirty minutes of class. If you arrive late to class, it is your responsibility to notify the instructor that you are present. WITHDRAWALS: If you stop attending class without formally withdrawing, you may receive an "F" for the course. Any withdrawal may impact your eligibility for competitive entry programs and your academic standing. There are additional consequences for failing or withdrawing from a developmental education course. Please contact the Academic Office if you find it necessary to stop attending this quarter. Withdrawal from a course may not reduce your financial obligation. Please refer to the Student Handbook section of the Catalog for further details. EXTRA CREDIT: No extra credit is available per Baker College policy. HONOR CODE: Academic honesty, integrity, and ethics are required of all members of the Baker College community. Academic integrity and acting honorably are essential parts of professionalism that continue well beyond courses at Baker College. They are the foundation for ethical behavior in the workplace. There are four possible consequences for violating Baker College's Honor Code: 1. Failure of the assignment 2. Failure of the course 3. Expulsion from the College 4. Rescinding a certificate or degree PLAGIARISM DETECTION SERVICE: Baker College utilizes plagiarism detection services and has the authority to submit any papers or assignments to such services to determine authenticity. Some assignments may need to be submitted electronically for this purpose. COPYRIGHT POLICIES: TEACH Act Doctrine: The materials found in this course are only for the use of students enrolled in this course for purposes associated with this course and may not be retained or further disseminated. Fair Use Doctrine: Materials used in connection with this course may be subject to copyright protection. Information regarding the TEACH Act and Fair Use Doctrines can be found on the Baker College Web site: www.baker.edu/policies/copyright/main.cfm. SOCIAL NETWORKING: Course information of any kind (materials, pictures, events, etc.), including information from clinical and work...