2 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Academic Honesty... 1 Address and Other Changes... 1 Attendance and Absenteeism... 1 Breaks, Refreshments and Smoking... 2 Completion of Exams and Assignments... 2 Computer Facilities... 2 Course Evaluations... 3 Course Registration... 3 Disability Assistance... 3 Electronic Devices and Laptops Financial Aid... 4 G.I. Bill and Active Duty Military... 4 Grade Reports... 4 Grades... 4 Grades of Incomplete... 5 Graduation Requirements... 5 Grievances and Grade Disputes... 5 Identification Card... 6 Learning Teams... 6 Learning Team Formation Guidelines Helpful Hints... 6 Learning Team Formation Guidelines Helpful Hints Continued... 7 Learning Team Meetings... 7 Learning Team Contracts... 8 Study Groups... 8 Library Access... 8 Mailboxes... 8 On-Campus Parking... 8 Probation and Suspension... 9 Seven-Year Rule... 9 Textbooks and Reading Materials... 9 Tuition Payments... 9 Tuition Refunds... 9 UNM Student Handbook Withdrawal or Disenrollment... 10
3 1 Please read the following policies and procedures carefully, and retain them for future reference. ACADEMIC HONESTY Each student is expected to maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity in all academic and professional matters. The University reserves the right to take disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal from the program, against any student who is found guilty of academic dishonesty or otherwise fails to meet standards. Any student judged to have engaged in academic dishonesty in his/her coursework may receive a reduced or failing grade for the work in question and/or for the entire course. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, dishonesty in quizzes, tests, or assignments; claiming credit for work not done or done by others; hindering the academic work of other students; misrepresenting academic or professional qualifications within or outside the University; plagiarism; and nondisclosure or misrepresentation in filling out applications or other University documents and/or records. ADDRESS AND OTHER CHANGES Please notify the Executive MBA (EMBA) Program office immediately of any changes to your name, address, telephone number, employer, , etc. Inaccurate, incomplete, or out-of-date information may result in delays in administrative processing as well as in external mailings (e.g. exams and papers). Changes to your name, address, telephone number, and should also be made online through UNM s Demographic Self-Service (DSS): UNM address: You will be asked to set up an internal UNM address. The University of New Mexico will occasionally send information that may be of importance or of interest to EMBA students to your UNM address. For that reason, it is critical that you keep a current address in the UNM system and check it on a regular basis. If you prefer to receive those messages at another address, you can create a rule to forward s received at your UNM address. ATTENDANCE AND ABSENTEEISM You are expected to attend all classes as scheduled. Significant absenteeism can impact your grades and jeopardize your continued enrollment in the EMBA program. If you must miss class, it is your responsibility to notify the professor in advance via and telephone and to ask your team members or classmates to provide copies of class notes and/or to record the class on your behalf. Refer to each individual syllabus for instructor guidelines regarding absences. Makeup work including exams is entirely at the instructor s discretion.
4 2 BREAKS, REFRESHMENTS AND SMOKING Class sessions typically include two breaks; that practice can vary when there are exams and guest speakers. Lunch is available in the Executive & Professional Education Center (EPEC) Lounge on Fridays at 11:45 a.m.- until 1:00 p.m. Snacks and beverages are available until 6:00 p.m. On Saturday mornings, coffee, juice, bagels and pastries are available before class. Snacks and beverages are available until 1:00 p.m. The EPEC Lounge is located on the third floor, room 320, of the Graduate School of Management (GSM) building. In addition, vending machines are located on the second floor of GSM and on the first floor of the west wing of the main Anderson (ASM) building. UNM is a smoke-free campus. Smoking is not permitted inside or outside any University building. There are designated outdoor smoking areas. The closest approved area is at the southeast corner of Zimmerman Library. COMPLETION OF EXAMS AND ASSIGNMENTS In the event you are unable to take an exam or complete an assignment on the scheduled day and time, it is your responsibility to contact the professor well in advance to make alternate arrangements. Please be advised that scheduling of make-up exams is particularly difficult, and may not be possible, depending on the circumstances and the individual faculty member. The decision to make alternate arrangements is entirely at the discretion of the professor. COMPUTER FACILITIES The Anderson School offers wireless capabilities in both Anderson buildings (ASM and GSM) for those who wish to use a laptop in the classroom. Laptops are also available for checkout. Contact Kelsey Molo for more information: or (505) Computer (lab) facilities are available in the Student Technology Support Center (STSC). The Student Technology Support Center also has several walk-up printing stations available for your use. The STSC is on the first floor of the west wing of the main Anderson building, in ASM Before using the STSC, please confirm the hours of operation, especially between regular UNM semesters when the EMBA program is in session, but the rest of the University is not. Additional technology information can be found at: The EMBA Program office has a standalone workstation for last minute computing and printing needs.
5 3 COURSE EVALUATIONS At the end of each course, you will be asked to complete a comprehensive course evaluation. We strongly encourage you to participate and to provide us with constructive feedback on course content, the professor s performance, textbooks, etc. COURSE REGISTRATION EMBA staff will register you for your courses each semester. Please do not register yourself for any EMBA Program courses. You will be enrolled in your courses per the EMBA Program Schedule. Course substitutions are not permitted unless prior authorization from the EMBA Program Office has been obtained. Any questions about financial aid or billing information received from the university should be directed to Trish Ransom: or DISABILITY ASSISTANCE The University of New Mexico and the Anderson School of Management are committed to making reasonable adjustments necessary to eliminate discrimination on the basis of disability. If you have any special requests related to disability or any special circumstances, please inform the EMBA Program office as soon as possible so that we may handle your request in a timely and appropriate manner. ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND LAPTOPS As a courtesy to your fellow students and your professors, please ensure that the audible features of all electronic devices are turned OFF during class. If you must take a call during class, please step outside quickly to minimize class disruption. Please avoid using your portable computer and/or smartphone for other than academic reasons while in class. A group listserv has been established for your class with the following address: EMBA Class of 2015 EMBA Class of 2016 EMBA Class of 2017 This global distribution list includes your classmates as well as EMBA program staff, but it does not include EMBA faculty. It serves as a forum to facilitate communication about academic, administrative and other program-related matters. Check your on a regular basis and keep your address(es) current on the listserv by notifying the EMBA office of any changes. The office can be reached at or NOTE: When you reply to a message sent via the listserv, by default your message will be sent to everyone on the distribution list (i.e. Reply to All). To respond to only the sender, enter his/her individual address in your reply.
6 4 FINANCIAL AID Students applying for financial aid should work closely with Trish Ransom, EPEC Accountant, at or She can advise you of policies, procedures, and paperwork. You can view the status of your financial aid on LoboWeb at: https://my.unm.edu (you will need your UNM NetID and password to enter the LoboWeb site). The UNM Financial Aid office communicates primarily through your UNM address and LoboWeb. If you receive financial aid, it is especially important to check your UNM on a regular basis. G.I. BILL AND ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY The Veterans Affairs Coordinator on campus is Lionel (Lee) St. Pierre. He can be reached at (505) or by at His office is located in the Student Union Building (SUB). Please be diligent about working with Lee in order to maintain your G.I. Bill certification. Also, note that if you receive a grade of Incomplete, Lee cannot certify you to receive G.I. Bill support until the Incomplete is cleared. GRADE REPORTS You will be able to view and print your grades quickly and easily through LoboWeb at https://my.unm.edu. (To access your grades, you will need your UNM NetID and password.) Grades printed from LoboWeb can be used to request tuition reimbursement from your employer. If you require a formal grade letter from the EMBA program office, please contact the EMBA office: The grade letter will list each course taken during the semester and the final grade for each course. NOTE: You will be able to view and print your grades only if your student account is current. (See Tuition Payments on page 7.) GRADES All students are expected to maintain a 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) while in graduate school and must earn at least a 3.0 GPA in order to graduate. Graduate students may not earn less than a C in any given course. A student who earns less than a C in any course must repeat that course. A grade of D in a graduate level course automatically becomes an F. EMBA students may earn no more than two C s during the first 32 hours of credit, and no more than three C s total in the program. Students who earn a third C during the first 32 credit hours or a fourth C in the remainder of the program, must repeat the course in which the C was earned.
7 5 GRADES CONTINUED UNM operates on a 4.33 grading system. Graduate grade-point averages are computed as follows: A grade points per credit hour A 4.00 grade points per credit hour A grade points per credit hour B grade points per credit hour B 3.00 grade points per credit hour B grade points per credit hour C grade points per credit hour C 2.00 grade points per credit hour C grade points per credit hour GRADES OF INCOMPLETE A grade of Incomplete ( I ) may be issued by a professor when a student is unable to complete the coursework during the normal semester due to academic or personal circumstances beyond the student s control. UNM policy grants up to one year for the work to be completed and the grade changed. However, the EMBA program office strongly recommends completion of the work by the end of the next semester. A grade of I will automatically convert to an F at the end of one year. A failing grade cannot be removed from a transcript. The entire course must be repeated for credit, and the student will be required to pay the additional tuition. NOTE: It is the student s responsibility to contact the professor regarding the requirements to complete the coursework when a grade of Incomplete has been given. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Two primary conditions must be met in order to graduate. First, all coursework must be completed with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher and no more than three grades of any combination of C+, C or C-. Second, all accounts (including library fines, parking citations, etc.) with the University must be paid in full. GRIEVANCES AND GRADE DISPUTES If you have an issue regarding a grade or a concern with a particular course or professor, you should first consult with the faculty member in question and attempt to resolve the matter directly with him/her via an in-person meeting. Failing a successful resolution of the academic problem, you should next meet with Audrey Arnold, Director of Executive & Professional Education. Complaints or concerns regarding any administrative aspect of the program should be immediately brought to the attention of Audrey Arnold, Director of Executive & Professional Education.
8 6 IDENTIFICATION CARD During EMBA orientation, you will receive your Lobo I.D. card which is necessary for virtually everything you do in connection with the University. University employees will ask to see your I.D. before you check books out of the library, use the Johnson Gym facilities or cash checks. It is a good idea to keep your I.D. with you any time you expect to be on campus. Lost or stolen cards should be reported immediately to the EMBA Program office; there will be a replacement fee of $10 for the first replacement card. A higher fee will be charged for subsequent replacement cards. LEARNING TEAMS Leadership learning starts with your first-semester learning team, in which you work with classmates from diverse backgrounds to achieve common goals. At the beginning of the program, you will be assigned to a cross-functional team of four to six students, drawing from a broad range of careers, interests, and backgrounds. Learning Teams ensure that everyone is prepared to get the most out of class discussions and contribute to a more thorough understanding of the course material than if you were working individually. The team structure encourages trial and error, risk-taking, and creative friction among members as they learn to lead a group of high-level peers. LEARNING TEAM FORMATION GUIDELINES HELPFUL HINTS During your second semester of the program, you will have the opportunity to build a new Learning Team. Choose people from different professions, organizations and backgrounds. Look for others who will complement your strengths and offset your weaknesses and/or lack of experience in certain areas. Diversity is an asset and adds to your learning experience. Stretch yourself by getting out of your comfort zone and by working with people you might not normally select. While geography is certainly a consideration, electronic communication can transcend time and distance. Face-to-face meetings are important, but can often be scheduled around class time. Be flexible and keep an open mind. Your team will evolve over time, and your efficiency and performance will improve with experience. Take time at the start to find out about the people in your group: who they are, what they are looking for and the resources they bring to your group. Keep in mind that people do have different work styles, personalities, schedules, preferences and needs. Be clear about yours.
9 7 LEARNING TEAM FORMATION GUIDELINES HELPFUL HINTS CONTINUED Your team will make its own decisions regarding meeting times, place, frequency, etc. Just be sure to involve everyone in group decisions which affect them. Don t let people sit back and let others do the deciding. Involvement in making decisions is an important way of motivating people to carry them out. Develop clear expectations as to what people need to do to stay in the group and to get their share of group rewards. When delegating work to individuals, be sure you have the means to pull their work back together again into an integrated group product. Establish performance criteria for individuals and the group as a whole. Decide what you expect from each other in order to be successful, and what the consequences are for performance outside of the agreed-upon norms. Discuss how you will provide feedback to one another, both positive and negative. Write down the team s agreed upon expectations in a group contract. Don t assume that agreements at the start of the program will carry through to the end. Be ready to renegotiate as the team develops, and be prepared to handle communication problems and conflict. Establish procedures up front for dealing with problems and make a commitment to work together to solve them as they arise. Team size and structure may change throughout the program depending on the individual faculty member. Individuals are free to join other Learning Teams, but they should take responsibility for facilitating such changes with both the new and old teams. Timing is an important consideration; it s usually best to change Learning Teams between semesters rather than during a semester. Recognize that taking responsibility for one s team requires courage, patience, and skill. Time must be scheduled for this purpose, and unpleasant or difficult issues have to be dealt with. You will learn from your mistakes. The outcome (both in the program and in business), however, is worth the effort: An effective, highfunctioning, high-morale group, of which one can be proud to be a member. LEARNING TEAM MEETINGS You and your team are encouraged to meet with the Director of Talent Development once per semester. This is an opportunity to receive some team coaching, uncover underlying issues, as well as have open communication lines. EMBA students have found that the most successful teams communicate frequently and address issues when they arise. The Director of Talent Development can help your team stay on track by facilitating open communication.
10 8 LEARNING TEAM CONTRACTS Use the Team Contract template provided by the EMBA Program Office to discuss and finalize your team roles, procedures, and standards. Submit a copy of your team contract to the EMBA Program Office prior to the start of the first semester of the program. If at any time your team acquires a new member, please submit an amended copy of your contract with the new member s signature to the EMBA Program Office. Remember, you can always renegotiate your norms, rituals, and operating agreements. Pay attention to how your learning team is growing and developing and address any issues or concerns as soon as they arise. Communication is the key to the effectiveness of your team! STUDY GROUPS EMBA students are also encourage to form, informal, study groups to provide academic and moral support for one another throughout the program. These groups can be with members outside of your learning teams. LIBRARY ACCESS You will primarily use the Parish Memorial Library which is located in GSM. Parish is UNM s business library. Certain management-related journals, however, are kept at the Zimmerman Library. Please note that library hours do vary, especially during exam weeks and between regular UNM semesters when the EMBA program is still in session. You are advised to call to confirm Parish Library s hours of operation. Lost book fees and other library charges will be posted to your UNM Bursar s account. Please pay these fees promptly to avoid any loss of University services, including registration for your courses. MAILBOXES You will be assigned a mailbox just outside the EPEC lounge on the third floor of GSM. Check your mailbox regularly for memos, receipts, announcements, etc. ON-CAMPUS PARKING You will be issued a special EMBA annual parking pass. The pass will be valid in designated areas all day on EMBA Fridays and Saturdays and after 3:45 p.m. on weekdays, should you need to visit campus on a non-class day. For other weekday visits to campus prior to 3:45 p.m., we suggest you park in the Yale structure. (There is a charge to park in the structure at all times.) Parking passes are not valid for metered or specially marked parking spaces (e.g. reserved and handicapped). No permits are required to park on the street or in surface lots on the UNM campus on Saturdays and Sundays. However, restrictions on meters and specially marked spaces apply at all times. NOTE: You are solely responsible for paying any and all parking tickets issued to you.
11 9 Your EMBA parking permit cannot be used by or loaned to any other person. Report lost or stolen permits to the EMBA Program office at once. You will be responsible for paying the replacement fee of $100. PROBATION AND SUSPENSION An EMBA student is placed on probation when his/her cumulative GPA falls below 3.0 or when more than two grades of C have been earned. If significant progress is not made toward improving the GPA during the following semester, the student may be suspended from the program. A student is automatically suspended upon receiving two letter grades of F. SEVEN-YEAR RULE EMBA students are expected to complete their studies on time with their classmates. However, if a student takes a leave of absence or must interrupt enrollment in the program, a time limit of seven years to degree completion will apply. At Anderson, all work used to meet MBA degree requirements must be completed within a seven-year period immediately preceding the granting of the degree. Coursework older than seven years cannot be used to meet degree requirements. TEXTBOOKS AND READING MATERIALS The cost of all textbooks is included in the EMBA program cost. Books and syllabi will be provided to you prior to the start of each semester at which time you will be asked to sign a book receipt acknowledgment. EMBA faculty often include reading assignments which will be available on E-Reserve through Parish Library. Your course syllabus will include the specific details. TUITION PAYMENTS Any past due charges, including tuition, parking tickets, library fines, unpaid service charges, can result in a Bursar Hold on your account. A Bursar Hold will delay your registration in upcoming EMBA program courses; prohibit access to WebCT course information, transcripts and/or grades; result in disenrollment from your current courses and the loss of other UNM services. NOTE: Students with unpaid balances will not receive the course materials for the next semester. Students with unpaid balances will not be allowed to attend classes. TUITION REFUNDS If you have not attended any portion of a semester s courses, and wish to withdraw (see Withdrawal or Disenrollment), you can be disenrolled before the first day of the EMBA semester and receive a tuition refund, less the cost of the books for the semester.
12 10 Once a semester has started and/or you have attended one or more classes, disenrollment and tuition refunds are no longer possible. However, you may withdraw and receive a grade of either WP or WF or WNC depending on the quality of the academic work completed to date. UNM STUDENT HANDBOOK Pathfinder is the UNM on-line student handbook. It is an important resource which you should review carefully. Pathfinder outlines key University policies and procedures including codes of conduct, academic dishonesty, graduate student grievances, discrimination and sexual harassment. Copies of the Student Code of Conduct, the Policy on Academic Dishonesty, the Sexual Harassment Policy and the Graduate Student Grievance Procedure are included in the Appendix. To access Pathfinder, go to https://pathfinder.unm.edu. WITHDRAWAL OR DISENROLLMENT Because of the cohort nature of the EMBA program, withdrawal or disenrollment from any course is tantamount to withdrawal from the program for the current year. Students who find they must withdraw from the program may rejoin the program one year later, and continue their studies with another class. The decision to withdraw is a serious one, and should be made only after careful consideration and a meeting with the EMBA Staff Director, to discuss possible alternatives. NOTE: A formal, written notification of withdrawal from the student is required before the withdrawal can be processed.
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