Transformational Leadership Course Syllabus University of Phoenix
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GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION
COURSE NUMBER: MBA/520
COURSE TITLE: Transformational Leadership
COURSE START DATE: 1 March 2007
COURSE END DATE: 5 April 2007
REQUIRED READING: Students are required to read all materials available at the rEsource site for this course on http://mycampus.uophx.edu.
Facilitator Information: Telephone: Email Address:
Facilitator Availability: 24/7 via…show more content… If class is missed for personnel reasons, I will not offer make up of participation points.
Due to the interactive format of MBA 520, Transformational Leadership, your participation and attendance is critical. By the way of clarification, no set number of points will be docked from your course grade as a result of tardiness. Conversely, each student 's participation score will fall on a sliding scale that is impacted by two variables; namely attendance and meaningful class discussion. Participation points are earned by maximizing your time in class and actively contributing to class dialogue. Recognize that missing class or not being properly prepared for class adversely affects your ability to contribute to meaningful class discussion, lowering your ability to earn participation points.
I accept late assignments; however, each late assignment will be penalized with a 10% grade deduction for each day late, unless you have made prior arrangements with me. Assignments are due by 11:59 p.m., the day after class meets. For this class, that would be11:59 p.m. on Fridays. If I do not receive it by that time, the assignment is considered late. Additionally, late assignments are not accepted for your final assignment. I am required to turn in grades within seven days of the last night of class. Any time you feel that you might be falling behind in the course, it is best to contact me to discuss your situation.