POLICY STATEMENT--MGT 216
Three in-class exams will be given during the semester in addition to a
comprehensive final exam. The final
exam will comprise 30% of the class grade and the other exams are worth 20%
each. If you are unable to take an exam at the scheduled time, you
must contact the instructor prior to
Portion of regular exams. Each in-class exam is accompanied by a computer portion of the test.
This part of the exam is handed out during the class meeting before the
in-class test. This
computer portion may be done at home or in the computer lab here on
campus and must be handed at the beginning of the test session. Typically these
are done individually and as such must be done with no consultation or help. Any
help given or received will result in discipline for academic dishonesty.
3. Assignments. Homework assignments will be given throughout the semester and together comprise 10% of the course grade. These assignments will include learning projects that will have a higher point value than regular assignments. Assignments will be collected at any time (not necessarily announced). Assignments turned in late will not be accepted except in the case of a documented illness or family emergency. Copying or constructing homework from/with others constitutes academic dishonesty and will be punished using the rules of the student handbook.
4. Lab Requirements: To participate in lab, you must have a computer account issued by the ISU computing center. Anyone coming to lab without the required materials will not be allowed to participate.
5. Academic Dishonesty: Academic dishonesty is defined in the student handbook along with the associated discipline. Any form of academic dishonesty is unacceptable.