Short in-class essay on Hesiod’s Theogony to be written in tutorials the week of October 1st (500-600 words or four to five double-spaced, hand-written pages; 10%) 2. Short essay on Homer’s Iliad due in lecture on November 8th (500-600 words or two double-spaced pages to be written on a computer and printed on a printer; 10%) 3. Term test on Hesiod’s Theogony and Works and Days and Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey in the last tutorial of the fall term; 15% 4. Term essay on Homer’s Odyssey due in
Australian School of Business School of Economics ECON 2103 BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT SEMESTER 2, 2013 LECTURE SCHEDULE (WEEKS 7-12) AND TUTORIAL PROGRAM (WEEKS 8-13) 1 Econ 2103 Weeks 7 to 12 Lectures The second half of the course will look at some of the challenges, complex questions and conflicting forces faced by government in designing and implementing policy. The lectures will examine the issues faced by government in the areas of (1) redistribution of income (2) taxation (3) affordable
1 TABL2751 – Business Taxation TABL2751 BUSINESS TAXATION (Taught concurrently with LAWS3147 – Elements of Income Tax Law) Course Outline Semester 1, 2014 Part A: Course-Specific Information Please consult Part B for key information on ASB policies (including those on plagiarism and special consideration), student responsibilities and student support services. Australian School of Business Taxation and Business Law 2 TABL2751 – Business Taxation Table of Contents 1 PART A: COURSE-SPECIFIC
Management Course Outline – Semester One 2013; Course Co-ordinator; Herb de Vries Weekly schedule of lectures and tutorials There will be 12 weeks of 3 x 1 hour lectures per week, and 9 x 1 hour tutorials at scheduled times during the semester. The first tutorial starts on the week of 25 Feb. Teaching staff Lecturers: Tutors: Dr H.P. de Vries – weeks 1-3 & 10-12; Dr S. Malinen – weeks 4-9 To be advised in class. Prerequisites and relationship to other courses MGMT 100 is an introductory course
Some studies are conducted in instalments. These studies will require that you attend several sessions that are conducted over a span of a few weeks. You will be given credit for the study only if you attend all the sessions. You are advised to sign up for sessions you are able to attend. Please mark down on your schedule those sessions you have signed up and do turn up for those sessions. Penalty
exchange rates. | | | |6. Explain how governments intervene in foreign exchange market and affect exchange rates. | | | |7. Differentiate between transaction, economic and translation exposures; apply various techniques to hedge | | | |transaction and economic exposures.
Structure and Function | | | | |Ch. 7: Photosynthesis | | | | |Write a 75-100 word summary of each chapter MP3 tutorial. This is due at the start of class, | | | | |each is worth 1 point.
related case study cover sheet and computer project cover sheet to your tutor as follow: (For late submissions, 10% of your original marks will be deducted for each day late.) |Tutorial Week |Team |Case Topic |Chapter (O’Brien) | |12 |A, B |MS Access and Excel Computer Project |15 April 2013 | |13 |C, D |MS Access and Excel
ETF2121/ETF5912 Data Analysis in Business Unit Information – Semester 1 2014 Coordinator and Lecturer - Weeks 7-12: Associate Professor Ann Maharaj Office: H5.86 Phone: (990)32236 Email: email@example.com Lecturer - Weeks 1-6: Mr Bruce Stephens Office: H5.64 Phone: (990)32062 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Unit material: No prescribed textbook Unit Book: available on the Moodle site. Exercises: available on the Moodle site. Software: EXCEL. Recommended Reference Books Berenson
ACCY305: Financial Accounting III Subject Outline 6 credit points Subject Information Autumn, 2013 Wollongong On Campus Lecture Information: Wednesdays, 10:30 - 12:30, 67-104 Wednesdays (Repeat Lecture), 17:30 - 19:30, 20.4 Pre-requisites: ACCY201 Co-requisites: Nil Restrictions: None Contact Hours: 2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial Online Subject Material: http://www.uow.edu.au/student/index.html (enrolled students can log on to the eLearning Space through SOLS using their UOW email login user