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Specified Learning Outcomes

Specified Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, student will be able to:

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Instructional Methodology

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Technology:
This course will require access to a computer and the internet. It has half the face to face contact hours of a regular Masters of Management course, and will require significant outside of class room activity. 
 
Participation in on-line discussions: Discussion topics relating the course concepts to your own situation or to current events or issues will be posted. You will be expected to respond to these topics by the due date.
 
Face-to-face instruction with in-class activities and collaborative teamwork. There will be sessions of face-to face interaction, one at the beginning of the course – and the second toward the end. These sessions will allow for direct interaction with the instructor and class-mates.  Learning activities will include lectures, discussion, experiential exercises, and team work on a group project.
 
A term project demonstrating your ability to analyze the managerial issues will be presented in class. Teams will be assigned in the first in-class session.

Dating In A Recession: Inexpensive Date Ideas

 

economic downturn is that nearly everyone is either affected or knows someone who is, so a lot of pretences about money have gone out the window. This has freed people to date for the fun of it again, and explore some new experiences that they otherwise would not have. Here are some ideas for your next inexpensive date adventure that will not break the bank.

Rollerskating or Iceskating

These old fashioned classics will take you back in time in a romantic way, and will not come near the price of a nice dinner and a movie. It always helps loosen up early relationship nerves to use those bodies, and you can nosh on a nostalgic soda-fountain style meal at the snack bar.

Museums and Botanical Gardens

Take in some magnificent aesthetics together and enjoy the peacefulness that comes with such appreciation. Make sure to take your time going through, and use the date as time away from the fast paced world. It recharges you both and gives a good chance to get to know each other.

Vintage Thrift Store

Walk around together and uncover some hidden gems. If you really want to get daring, choose an outfit for each other without knowing what the other person got you and make a deal to wear it for the night. It often will not cost much but can certainly spice things up!
 

Disablity Support

Students with Disabilities
 
Cambridge College ensures access to facilities and academic programs for students with physical, psychological, or learning disabilities of permanent or temporary duration. Accommodations are determined on an individual basis and include, but are not limited to, sign language interpreters, note takers, audio recording, tutorial services, priority registration, course modification, parking, and classroom modification.
 
Please contact Disability Support Services
Cambridge College
1000 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
617-873-047 or 800-877-4723 x1470 to discuss your disability. The office can arrange for and monitor services you need in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
 
You are responsible for obtaining documentation from a qualified physician or clinician that presents a specific diagnosis of your disability, explains its limiting effects, and makes recommendations for accommodation. It is important to provide the College with this documentation as soon as possible since many services are outside the College and must be arranged far in advance. Course instructors and advisors are notified of any students with disabilities and accommodations.
 
Handbook for Students with Disabilities   (click here for PDF)  new edition May 2008

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the appropriation of another’s work and passing off as one’s own the ideas and language of another. The student will not plagiarize or copy the work of any other person, and will properly acknowledge the use of any outside resources. Any breach of academic integrity is grounds for a grade of No Credit in academic courses and/or dismissal.
Cambridge College Academic Catalog

Grading - Assessment

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Participation – 30%
Preparation and participation are a substantial part of your final grade.
 
Written Assignments - 30%
All written work is to be done in double-spaced, Times-New Roman 12-point font with margins of .5. Papers will be graded not only on content but also on over grammatical and sentence structure. The use of both spell check and grammar check are strongly recommended.
 
Team Presentation and Project - 25%
This will require research and preparation prior to the second Face-to-Face session.
 All members are required to participate
 
Discussion Forum - 15%   On time participation is critical to quality dialog.  Try to respond to at least one other posting.
 
Late policy: Assignments are due on Sundays at 11 p.m. Late Assignments will not receive full credit, unless arrangements are made in advance. If you have a problem with a due date, talk to me in person or send me an email before the due date explaining your problem and proposing a new due date. here
 
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