International Business and Multicultural Relations

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 170
  • Published : April 29, 2013
Open Document
Text Preview
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MULTICULTURAL RELATIONS

IBUS 330 ONLINE – SYLLABUS

Professor Joel Nicholson

Schedule Number 90463, Section 1 – Three Units

Summer, 2012: Session R1 (June 4 – July 4)

| |Department of International Business | |Joel D. Nicholson, BA, MBA, Ph.D. |San Francisco State University | |Professor of International Business | | | | | |E-Mail:    330ibus@mail.sfsu.edu |iLearn® Website:  iLearn@mail.sfsu.edu | | | | |Monday – Downtown – Room 583 |TA Jinny Pagle – 11:30 to 1:30 PM | | | | |Monday – Downtown – Room 583 |Prof. Nicholson – 1:30 to 3:30 PM | | | | |Wednesday – Main Campus – BUS 347 |TA Tammy Sampson – 1:30 to 3:30 PM | | | | |Thursday – Main Campus – BUS 347 |Prof. Nicholson – 1:30 to 3:30 PM | | | |To Get to the Downtown Center Campus (DTC): | |Take Bart or Muni to the Powell Street Exit which is in the same building as the DTC | |Take elevators to the Fifth Floor of the Westfield Center | | | |http://cob.sfsu.edu/cob/graduate-programs/downtown-trans.cfm |

Note: The preliminary syllabus is subject to change as needed in order to deal with unexpected events such campus-wide power outages, iLearn® downtime or other things requiring slight changes in plans and assignments. The basic premises of the syllabus will not change but any changes will be a formal part of the syllabus. Important: It is your responsibility to read the daily assignments, all e-mail updates and announcements in iLearn® to stay current should any such changes occur. IBUS 330 CLASS INFORMATION

Asking Questions: Your First Source of Information Should Always Be the Syllabus Make the syllabus your first stop for any question you have.  As there are over a hundred students in the course, it’s not possible for us to answer questions more than once, so please help us out by staying up to date with the information provided in the syllabus and elsewhere in iLearn®. Everyone begins the course with 25 “Netiquette Points” as motivation for good online behavior as well as for keeping up with the class. Throughout this short semester you can earn the remaining...
tracking img