MGMT 3180 Summer 2011
May 31, 2011-August 9, 2011
BE SURE TO NOTE DUE DATES FOR ALL ASSIGNMENTS AND QUIZZES - NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AND FAILURE TO TAKE THE QUIZZES BY THE ASSIGNED DATE WILL RESULT IN A GRADE OF 0 ON THE MISSED QUIZ. All times specified in assignments and assessments are Cedar City, UT time (Mountain).
Course Goals :
| | |Like most basic or introductory courses, the course will introduce the student to a great deal of new | | | |vocabulary and theories. While this is a big part of the course, the ability to apply theories and concepts in | | | |practice is the ultimate objective. Management is a set of dynamic and complex activities that all | | | |organizations must master if they are to survive in the long run. |
|Department of Management | |All management students will be encouraged to participate in relevant student organizations supporting their | |Learning Objectives | |interests. These include the Society for Human Resource Management, the Academy, and other groups. All | | | |graduating students will have a working knowledge of the concepts of planning, organizing, staffing, directing,| | | |and controlling commercial operations. All graduating students will be familiar with the major trends affecting| | | |small and large business, international commerce and e-business. All graduating students will be able to | | | |synthesize the fundamental elements of finance, accounting, business law, marketing, economics and management | | | |in a manner which enables them to make effective decisions at the corporate level. |
If you have a disability which may impair your ability to successfully complete this course, please let Student Support Services know during the first week of class. Students with medical, psychological, learning or other disabilities desiring academic adjustments, accommodations, or auxiliary aids will need to contact Student Support Services in Room 205K, Sharwan Smith Center or phone (435) 586-7848. Student Support Services determines eligibility for and authorizes the provision of these services and aids. "HEOA Compliance statement: The sharing of copyrighted material through peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing, except as provided under U.S. copyright law, is prohibited by law. Detailed information can be found at http://www.suu.edu/it/p2p-student-notice.html." Policy 6.36 lists this link online for Emergency Management (as per revision approved June 11) http://www.suu.edu/ad/facilities/emergency-procedures.html.
School of Business
Academic Dishonesty Policy
Approved by faculty vote, 01/06/05
As expressed in University policy and stated in the General Catalog, academic dishonesty, including cheating, forgery, plagiarism, and the use of work belonging to another person, will not be tolerated in the School of Business. Additional information : Professors within the School will respond to a student’s academic dishonesty as follows: All incidents of academic dishonesty will be written up by the appropriate instructor and included in the student’s file. The student may also write up his or her version of the event, and have that included in the file. Textbook:
Title : Fundamentals of Management: Essential Concepts and Applications Author : Stephen P. Robbins ,David A. DeCenzo, and Mary K. Coulter Publisher : Pearson/Prentice Hall
Edition/Year : 7th Edition, 2011
ISBN : 0136109829
Type : Required resource
Individual performance in this course will be evaluated based on your performance on the exams, and the...
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