1 COURSE SYLLABUS BUSI 1301 (3:3:0) INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS Business Business Administration Department Technical Education Division and Division of Arts and Science Lauren Gregory Assistant Professor Reese Center SOUTH PLAINS COLLEGE Summer I 2012
2 SCANS COMPETENCIES RESOURCES: Identifies, organizes, plans and allocates resources. C-1 TIME--Selects goal--relevant activities, ranks them, allocates time, and prepares and follows schedules. C-2 MONEY--Uses or prepares budgets, makes forecasts, keeps records, and makes adjustments to meet objectives C-3 MATERIALS & FACILITIES-Acquires, stores, allocates, and uses materials or space efficiently. C-4 HUMAN RESOURCES--Assesses skills and distributes work accordingly, evaluates performances and provides feedback. INFORMATION--Acquires and Uses Information C-5 Acquires and evaluates information. C-6 Organizes and maintains information. C-7 Interprets and communicates information. C-8 Uses computers to Process information. INTERPERSONAL--Works With Others C-9 Participates as members of a team and contributes to group effort. C-10 Teaches others new skills. C-11 Serves clients/customers--works to satisfy customer's expectations. C-12 Exercises leadership--communicates ideas to justify position, persuades and convinces others, responsibly challenges existing procedures and policies. C-13 Negotiates-Works toward agreements involving exchanges of resources resolves divergent interests. C-14 Works with Diversity-Works well with men and women from diverse backgrounds. SYSTEMS--Understands Complex Interrelationships C-15 Understands Systems--Knows how social, organizational, and technological systems work and operates effectively with them C-16 Monitors and Correct Performance-Distinguishes trends, predicts impacts on system operations, diagnoses systems' performance and corrects malfunctions. C-17 Improves or Designs Systems-Suggests modifications to existing systems and develops new or alternative systems to improve performance. TECHNOLOGY--Works with a variety of technologies C-18 Selects Technology--Chooses procedures, tools, or equipment including computers and related technologies. C-19 Applies Technology to Task-Understands overall intent and proper procedures for setup and operation of equipment. C-20 Maintains and Troubleshoots Equipment-Prevents, identifies, or solves problems with equipment, including computers and other technologies. FOUNDATION SKILLS BASIC SKILLS--Reads, writes, performs arithmetic and mathematical operations, listens and speaks F-1 Reading--locates, understands, and interprets written information in prose and in documents such as manuals, graphs, and schedules. F-2 Writing-Communicates thoughts, ideas, information and messages in writing, and creates documents such as letters, directions, manuals, reports, graphs, and flow charts. F-3 Arithmetic--Performs basic computations; uses basic numerical concepts such as whole numbers, etc. F-4 Mathematics--Approaches practical problems by choosing appropriately from a variety of mathematical techniques. F-5 Listening--Receives, attends to, interprets, and responds to verbal messages and other cues. F-6 Speaking--Organizes ideas and communicates orally. THINKING SKILLS--Thinks creatively, makes decisions, solves problems, visualizes, and knows how to learn and reason F-7 Creative Thinking--Generates new ideas. F-8 Decision-Making--Specifies goals and constraints, generates alternatives, considers risks, and evaluates and chooses best alternative. F-9 Problem Solving--Recognizes problems and devises and implements plan of action. F-10 Seeing Things in the Mind's Eye--Organizes and processes symbols, pictures, graphs, objects, and other information. F-11 Knowing How to Learn--Uses efficient learning techniques to acquire and apply new knowledge and skills. F-12 Reasoning--Discovers a rule or principle underlying the relationship between two or more objects and applies it when solving a problem. PERSONAL QUALITIES--Displays responsibility, self-esteem, sociability, self-management, integrity and honesty F-13 Responsibility--Exerts a high level of effort and preservers towards goal attainment. F-14 Self-Esteem--Believes in own self-worth and maintains a positive view of self. F-15 Sociability--Demonstrates understanding, friendliness, adaptability, empathy, and politeness in group settings. F-16 Self-Management--Assesses self accurately, sets personal goals, monitors progress, and exhibits self-control. F-17 Integrity/Honesty--Chooses ethical courses of action.
3 Reese Center COURSE TITLE: INSTRUCTOR: COURSE SYLLABUS BUSI 1301 Introduction to Business Lauren Gregory OFFICE LOCATION TC 02, Levelland Campus, (806) AND PHONE/ OFFICE HOURS: To be announced and posted on office door SOUTH PLAINS COLLEGE IMPROVES EACH STUDENT'S LIFE ****************************************************************************** I. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION: A. Course Description: This course is an introduction to the role of business in modern society. It includes an overview of business operations, analysis of the specialized fields within the business organization, and development of a business vocabulary. B. Course Learning Outcomes: The student will describe the scope of business enterprise in the nation and the world today; identify major business functions of accounting, management, marketing, and economics; describe the relationships of social responsibility, ethics, and law in business; and define and apply business terminology. C. Course Competencies: Upon successful completion of this course, the learner will have demonstrated their ability to learn the: (1) history and nature of business. (2) basic types of business and their forms of organization. (3) basic problems of management. (4) personnel requirements and problems. (5) basics of all business finance. (6) use of business information. (7) role of government on our business world. Upon successful completion of this course, the learner will also be able to emphasize the role of marketing in both the U.S. and the international field, and be able to emphasize the role of the individual in our business world and their rights and responsibilities. D. Academic Integrity: It is the aim of the faculty of South Plains College to foster a spirit of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of any student to present as his or her own any work which he or she has not honestly performed is regarded by the faculty and administration as a most serious offense and renders the offender liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension. (See college catalog pg. 23). 1. Cheating: Dishonesty of any kind on examinations or on written assignments, illegal possession of examinations, the use of unauthorized notes during an examination, obtaining information during an examination from the textbook or from the examination paper of another student, assisting others to cheat, alteration of grade records, illegal entry or unauthorized presence in an office are examples of cheating. Complete honesty is required of the student in the presentation of any and all phases of course work. This applies to quizzes of whatever length as well as to final examinations, to daily reports and to term papers.
4 2. Plagiarism: Offering the work of another as one s own, without proper acknowledgment, is plagiarism; therefore, any student who fails to give credit for quotations or essentially identical expression of material taken from books, encyclopedias, magazines and other reference works, or from the themes, reports or other writings of a fellow student, is guilty of plagiarism. E. SCANS and Foundation Skills The Secretary s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) was appointed by the Secretary of Labor to determine the skills that young people need to succeed in the world of work. The purpose is to encourage a high-performance economy characterized by high-skill, high-wage employment. Workplace Skills: C-1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 18 Foundation Skills: F-2, 3, 8, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17 II. SPECIFIC COURSE/INSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS: A. Textbook and Supplies: Business- 11 th Edition; Pride, Hughes, and Kapoor, AND Cengage NOW Access Code, ISBN = IF buying at the Reese bookstore, the above 2 items will come in a bundle with ISBN # = You MUST have the Cengage NOW Access Code for this class, as you will complete homework/case assignments through the Cengage Website. B. Send me an by 6/8/12 (noon) identifying yourself, and this course (BUSI 1301). Put my address into your address book. You will be responsible for checking your OFTEN and for notifying me immediately of any change in your address(es), otherwise, you may be missing important information and announcements. Each time you , always include as a part of the subject line the correct class information BUSI C. Attendance Policy: Every student is expected to attend all classes, to be punctual, and to stay the entire class period of 1 hour and 50 minutes. Students are encouraged to actively participate in class meetings. Whenever absences become excessive and, in the instructor s opinion, minimum course objectives cannot be met due to absences, the student should be withdrawn from the course. A student who stops attending class must take the responsibility of contacting the Registrar s Office to drop the class. If the student fails to do this, the instructor will administratively withdraw the student on the forth (4) absence (consecutive or not i.e. immediately following the 3rd absence total) with a grade of X or F.
5 Student will be counted absent for an entire class period (after 1 warning) for the following: Texting during class Instant Messaging during class Sleeping during class Excessive Tardiness Leaving class early Off topic/disruptive excessive discussion with other students D. Assignment Policy: Students are responsible for all class work and notes covered during absences from class with no exceptions. Students are also responsible to be adequately prepared before each class all reading assignments, cases, etc. If absent, student should contact immediately another student in the class and/or the instructor to receive notes and assignments. E. Grading Policy/Procedure and/or methods of evaluation: 1. Chapter Exams (60%): There will be four major chapter exams plus the final exam. Each exam will cover both lecture and textbook assignments. Students are responsible for all textbook material assigned and to be prepared to be tested over this material whether or not it is specifically covered during class. The major exams will be announced in advance. NO MAKE-UP EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN. The final exam will be comprehensive and will either replace the lowest score of the major exams (even if the final exam score is lower) or replace one missed major exam. A student may be exempt from taking the final exam if no exams have been missed and the student has an A average and not more than two absences or a B average and not more than one absence. If the student is not exempt from the final and does not take the final exam, student s final average will be lowered one letter grade. Additional points on the exams may be earned for submitting summarizations from Wall Street Journal (or other business related magazines etc.) articles. These should relate to current chapter topics and include the date of journal, section number, page number, article title, chapter number related to, and how it relates to the chapter. Limit of one summarization per chapter. Should be typed and printed and can be turned in at any time before the exam. (please include the article stapled to your typed document). The article analysis MUST be at least 600 words in length and the article you base this off of must be no older than 3 months from current date. You may earn up to 2 points per article analysis-- To receive these additional exam points, instructions for summarizations must be followed. 2. Assignments and Quizzes (25%): Assignments will include the following (varying with the chapters): study guides, chapter outlines, questions and cases, team work etc. Due dates for these will be given with each assignment. Most homework will be completed in Cengage NOW instructions for this will be detailed in the first week of class. Unannounced quizzes may be given (there will be no make-up on these). NO MAKE-UP WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED. If a student misses a daily grade, he/she will be given the grade of a zero; however, one daily grade will be dropped at the end of the semester allowing for an absence. If you know that you will be absent in advance, you can always turn work in early.
6 3. CAA (Current Article Analysis) (15%): You will complete 3 CAA s over the course of the Summer I term. Any business news publication from The Wall Street Journal to Business Week etc. may be used. Find an article that you are interested in, and one that also relates to topics we have covered in class. In Microsoft Word, type out a document containing the following = Your analysis of the article and comments pertaining to the article, and a link to the article if found online, or page number/issue number of magazine publication. Please include the actual article attached to your CAA (printed out or cut out of publication) MOST IMPORTANTLY -- explain how the article relates to business and to topics you have learned about and covered in class. 600 WORD minimum CAA s will be graded not just on length, but also how in depth you analyze and relate the article to business. The more work you put into your CAA, the better score you will receive. CAA s must be completed from articles no older than 3 months from the current date. Students are responsible for recording and keeping up with their own grades as work is returned and/or graded in Cengage. Grades will be determined according to the following scale: A B C D Below F The instructor reserves the right to modify in part or whole this scale to better meet the needs of the individual class. F. Special Requirements: The Teaching & Learning Center located on the third floor of the Levelland campus library provides students free tutoring and study skills information. Call ext for help. G. Classroom Requirements: Students will be expected to be on time and in attendance the full 1 hour and 50 minutes of the designated class time. There will be no cell phones or other electronic devices out or turned on in the classroom! COURSE OUTLINE: Major areas of study The Environment of Business Trends in Business Today Management and Organization Human Resources Marketing Info. for Business Strategy and Decision Making Finance and Investment
7 III. ACCOMMODATIONS: EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: South Plains College strives to accommodate the individual needs of all students in order to enhance their opportunities for success in the context of a comprehensive community college setting. It is the policy of South Plains College to offer all educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability or age. In this class, the teacher will establish and support an environment that values and nurtures individual and group differences and encourages engagement and interaction. Understanding and respecting multiple experiences and perspectives will serve to challenge and stimulate all of us to learn about others, about the larger world and about ourselves. By promoting diversity and intellectual exchange, we will not only mirror society as it is, but also model society as it should and can be. SPECIAL SERVICES: A student who enrolls in this class that may need classroom accommodations is strongly encouraged to schedule an intake interview with the Special Services Department before enrolling in this class or prior to the add/drop date for this semester. This includes students with disabilities, including but not limited to physical, psychiatric, or learning disabilities. In accordance with federal law, a student requesting accommodations must provide acceptable documentation of his/her disability to the Special Services Coordinator. For more information, call or visit the Special Services Office on the Levelland campus in the Student Services Building, , ext or Students enrolled in classes at Reese Center, may call or visit the Special Services Office in Rooms 809 and 811, Building 8, , ext ELECTRONIC ASSIGNMENTS: This class will involve the use of the Internet and some access to discussion groups, forums, bulletin boards, programs and/or chat rooms in order to complete the objectives of this class. Topics assigned by the instructor will be relevant to the objectives of this course. DISCLAIMER: This is to notify you that the materials you may be accessing in chat rooms, bulletin boards or unofficial web pages are not officially sponsored by South Plains College. The United States Constitution rights of free speech apply to all members of our community regardless of the medium used. We disclaim all liability for data, information or opinions expressed in these forums. IV. DATES TO REMEMBER: June 4 (M) First day of Summer I Classes Jun. 28 (Th) Last Day to Drop a Class for Summer I July 3 (Tu) Summer I BUSI Final Exam
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