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1 Professor: Lucia S. Sigmar, Ph.D. Office: SHB 200-L Tel.: SAM HOUSTON STATE UNIVERSITY College of Business Administration Department of General Business and Finance Course Syllabus Fall 2011 GBA 2321 Design and Presentation of Business Projects BUAD TTH: 9:30 a.m.-10:50 a.m. Smith-Hutson Building Room: SHB 309 BUAD TTH: 12:30 a.m.- 1:50 p.m. Smith-Hutson Building Room: SHB 105 BUAD TTH: 2:00 p.m.-3:20 p.m. Smith-Hutson Building Room: SHB 309 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Office Hours: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9-9:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 9-9:30 a.m. Fridays By Appointment Required Texts and Other Materials: Hamilton, Cheryl. Communicating for Results: A Guide for Business and the Professions, 9 th Ed., Wadsworth, 2009 [INEXPENSIVE LOOSELEAF VERSION ISBN # AVAILABLE IN SHSU COLLEGE BOOKSTORE. PURCHASE BINDER SEPARATELY.] Course Description: GBA 2321 DESIGN AND PRESENTATION OF BUSINESS PROJECTS. This course focuses on the design and presentation of business information using current technology to enhance communication. Theory and principles are studied as they apply to the development of competency in formal business speaking. Teaching/Learning Strategies: Delivery of course material will be accomplished through lectures, readings, assignments, and experiential learning activities. Course Objectives: At the end of this course, students will be able to: Understand basic principles of business and professional communication

2 Understand and appreciate the principles of designing and delivering business presentations Analyze and adapt presentations to audiences interests and knowledge levels Understand the most common purposes of business presentations to inform, convince, and cause action Understand how to design and deliver special occasion presentations in business Differentiate between effective and ineffective delivery methods and techniques Use computer graphics software to support presentations Critically listen to and evaluate presentations Understand the ethical responsibilities of business presenters Course Requirements: 1. Preparation for class. You are expected to have read the assigned material before the class during which it is discussed. PowerPoint slides for each textbook chapter are available on the Blackboard course site. Students are responsible for assigned readings whether they are discussed in class or not. 2. Regular and punctual class attendance. Roll will be taken every class period (See Absence Policy). 3. Participation in all class activities. Class sessions provide opportunities to practice your communication skills. Students who do not participate in scheduled presentations will fail the class. 4. You are expected to attend classes where other teams are giving presentations. If you do not attend a class meeting when other teams are giving their presentations, you will be docked ten (10) points from your presentation for each day you do not attend. 5. Computer proficiency, especially in the use of PowerPoint graphics software and the use of the Internet in conducting research. All written assignments are to be keyed unless otherwise specified. 6. Timely completion of all course assignments. Late written assignments (exams, reports) will cost 10 points per day. Late oral assignments (presentations, interviews, exercises) will cost 10 points per class meeting. All oral assignments (presentations, interviews, listening exercise) must be presented to pass the class. If you are absent from class when an assignment is due, you will avoid the late penalty by submitting your work early. Examinations/Homework: Scheduled tests will be given in objective and/or written format. Selected problems and readings will be assigned. Students are responsible for material in assigned chapters and on handouts whether it is discussed in class or not. Students are expected to participate in class and to bring textbooks to class. Students are expected to complete all assignments on the due date, prior to

3 class. Unless otherwise specified, all writing assignments must be keyed and in proper business format. Grading System: Assignments Points Four exams over the reading assignments (non-cumulative) 25 pts. ea. 100 Impromptu speaking 25 Listening exercise 25 Special occasion speech 25 Informative presentation 100 Group problem-solving discussion 50 Team sales presentation 100 Interview 75 Total Possible Points 500 Grade Distribution: pts A (90%) pts B (80%) pts C (70%) pts D (60%) Below 300 pts F All cut-offs are firm. Grades will not be curved. Note: The proper time to challenge a score on an assignment is immediately after receiving your score, not at the end of the semester. Attendance Policy: Attendance is necessary and expected. If you are unable to commit to taking the class, it is advisable to wait until you are able to make the commitment. Attendance will be taken at all class meetings. Absence from class will result in zero credit for that day s quizzes/exams, that day s in-class letters, and other time-sensitive assignments with the exception of extreme circumstances (in which case, arrangements for work must be made ahead of time with the instructor.) Students are allowed up to three class periods of absences without penalty. Beyond the third absence, the grade of "F" will be recorded for the student. Students unable or unwilling to accomplish reasonable attendance (those who will likely exceed the absence limit) are encouraged to enroll during a semester and in a section when they will be able and willing to attend the class. Tardiness or leaving class early counts as one-half absence. If a student is tardy, it is his/her responsibility to inform the professor at the end of the class period, or the tardy will be counted as an absence. If you are unable to come to class on time, it is strongly advisable to switch sections

4 or take the class in another semester. Students with perfect attendance will be rewarded with 10 bonus points at the end of the semester (ie., no tardies; no leaving early). Classroom Conduct: Only registered students may attend class. Students are expected to assist in maintaining a classroom environment that is conducive to learning. Students are to treat faculty and other students with respect. Students are to turn off all cell phones and other electronic devices while in the classroom. Under no circumstances are cell phones or other electronic devices to be used or seen during times of examination. Using computers for any purpose other than assigned tasks will cost 5 course points for each misuse. Absolutely no food or drink is permitted in the classroom. Academic Integrity Expectations: An act of academic dishonesty, even a first offense, places the student in jeopardy of severe forms of disciplinary action, including dismissal. The work you submit for evaluation in this course must be your own. Academic dishonesty includes cheating, falsification of information/citations, plagiarism, interference (with another student's work), and aiding others to commit an act of academic dishonesty. In accord with this policy, the instructor will cooperate with administrators in detecting (Turnitin.com), documenting, and reporting any person committing an act as described above. Avoid even the appearance of cheating. If a student is looking at another student's paper during an exam, it will be assumed that the purpose is to cheat, and will be documented as such. In this course, emphasis is placed on the following: ethical behavior; conveying honest and accurate information; showing equal treatment through non-sexist and nondiscriminatory writing; exhibiting fair-mindedness, a sensitivity to the feelings of others, and respect for human rights. Student Absences on Religious Holy Days Policy: Section (b) of the Texas Education Code requires that an institution of higher education excuse a student from attending classes or other required activities, including examinations, for the observance of a religious holy day, including travel for that purpose. A student whose absence is excused under this subsection may not be penalized for that absence and shall be allowed to take an examination or complete an assignment from which the student is excused within a reasonable time after the absence. University Policy # provides the procedures to be followed by the student and instructor. A student desiring to absent himself/herself from a scheduled class in order to observe (a) religious holy day(s) shall present to each instructor involved a written statement concerning the religious holy day(s). This request must be made in the first fifteen days of the semester or the first seven days of a summer session in which the absence(s) will occur. The instructor will complete a form notifying the student of a reasonable timeframe in which the missed assignments and/or examinations are to be completed.

5 Disabled Student Policy: It is the policy of Sam Houston State University that no otherwise qualified disabled individual shall, solely by reason of his/her handicap, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any academic or Student Life program or activity. Disabled students may request help with academically related problems stemming from individual disabilities from their instructors, school/department chair, or by contacting the Chair of the Committee for Continuing Assistance for Disabled Students and Director of the Counseling Center, Lee Drain Annex, or by calling (936) This syllabus is valid for Fall 2011.

6 FALL 2011 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE Date Topic/Assignment Reading August 25 Introduction to course & assignments The Communication Process Chapter 1 August 30 & September 1 September 6 & 8 September 13 & 15 September 20 & 222 September 27 & 29 October 4 & 6 October 11 & 13 October 18 & 20 (T) Take MIT/ETI Communication Styles Survey/Org. Comm. (TH) Organizational Communication Chapter 2 Overcoming Obstacles to Communication in Organizations Chapter 6 (T) Speaking anxiety, impromptu speaking principles pp (TH) Impromptu due pp Effective Listening Chapter 4 (T) Listening, audience awareness (TH) Test 1(Chapters 2,6, & 4), Listening exercise due Basic Information for All Types of Interviews Chapters 7 & 8 The Employment Interview Job interviews & performance appraisal interviews Interview due Researching, Supporting and Delivering Your Ideas Chapter 12 (T) Gathering supporting materials, choosing language (TH) Test 2 (Chapters 7, 8, & 12), Introductions and conclusions (T)Professional Visual Aids Creating notes & visual aids, rehearsing Using PowerPoint (TH) Informative Presentations (T) Improving Interpersonal Relationships Nonverbal Communication Establish teams and topics for Team Sales Presentations Team Meeting (Team Sales Presentations) Chapter 13 Chapter 11 Chapter 3 Chapter 5 Association for Business Communication International Conference Montreal, Canada October 25 & 27 Develop Informative Presentation outline and slides (Bring slides to class on November 2, 2010 to be uploaded onto S-Drive) (TH) Special event speech due November 1 & 3 (T) ALL Presentation Outlines Due and Slides Uploaded to S- Drive (TH) Test 3 (Chapters 13, 3, 5, & 11) Begin Informative Presentations November 8 & 10 (T) Informative Presentations (TH) Informative Presentations (Team Meeting) Team Sales Presentations November 15 & 17 Small Group Communication and Problem Solving Participation and Leadership in Teams Team Group Meeting for Team Sales Presentations Group Problem Solving Discussion due November (T) Persuasive Presentations November 29 & December 1 (TH) Thanksgiving Holiday (T)Persuasive Presentations (TH) Making team presentations ALL Team Slides Uploaded to S-Drive December 6 & 8 (T) Test 4 (Chapters 9, 10, & 14) Team Sales Presentations due Chapters 9 & 10 Chapter 14 Chapter 14 pp December 13 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Team Sales Presentations due

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