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1 POFI 1349 Spreadsheets ONLINE COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: POFI 1349 SPREADSHEETS (2-2-3) COURSE (CATALOG) DESCRIPTION: Skill development in concepts, procedures, and application of spreadsheets for business. This course is designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. Prerequisite course: BCIS 1305 Business Computer Applications Instructor: Eddie Benitez Campus Office: Office Occupations Building, Bldg. C, Room #109 Office Phone: (956) ; Secretary (956) Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 8:30 A.M. 11:00 A.M. Virtual Office Hours: Virtual office hours are the same as F2F via Instructor Chat on Moodle or send an I am also available either F2F or virtually by appointment. Response to questions within hours via Moodle and/or Instructor MAJOR COURSE REQUIREMENTS: This course has been divided into eleven chapters. In each chapter you will have resources, assignments and exams to complete. Each assignment has instructions and grading criteria. After each chapter there will be a theory exam(s) and it is based on the information provided from the course assigned reference book and assignments given. Three performance exams with given with combined chapters (chapters 1-3, chapters 4-6, chapters 7-9 & 11) The course is divided by unit as follows: Unit A. Chapter 1. Creating a Worksheet and a Chart Unit B. Chapter 2. Formulas, Functions, and Formatting Unit C. Chapter 3. Working with Large Worksheets, Charting, and What-If Analysis Unit D. Chapter 4. Financial Functions, Data Tables, and Amortization Schedules Unit E. Chapter 5. Working with Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks Unit F. Chapter 6. Creating, Sorting, and Querying a Table Unit G. Chapter 7. Creating Templates, Importing Data, & Working with SmartArt, Images, Screen Shots Unit H. Chapter 8. Working with Trend Lines, PivotTable Report, PivotChart Reports, & Slicers POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 1

2 Unit I. Chapter 9. Formula Auditing, Data Validation, and Complex Problem Solving LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: A. Students will identify spreadsheet terminology and concepts for creating worksheets. B. The student will create and modify worksheet utilizing various types of spreadsheet functions. C. Students will demonstrate the ability to produce worksheets employing a variety of graphics. SCANS COMPETENCIES: Competency Number 3A 3D 7A Competency Statement Acquires and evaluates information Uses computers to process information Creative Thinking Instructional/Evaluation Methodology During the semester the student will participate in classroom assignments that will demonstrate comprehension in various applications in a business productivity software suite. During the semester the student will use computer technology to complete course assignments, quizzes and projects. During the semester the student will apply thinking skills and decision making to complete course assignments and projects. MAJOR COURSE LECTURE, TOPICS DESCRIPTION/REQUIRED/RECOMMENDED READINGS/ELECTRONIC RESOURCES TO VIEW: Week Topic/Lecture/Event Required/Recommended Readings/Electronic Resources to View 1 Course Orientation including: Syllabus Ice Breaker Introduction - Chapter 1. Creating a Worksheet and a Chart 2 Chapter 2. Formulas, Functions, and Formatting fond in Moodle. POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 2

3 Week Topic/Lecture/Event Required/Recommended Readings/Electronic Resources to View 3 Chapter 3. Working with Large Worksheets, Charting, and What-If Analysis 4 Performance Exams Chapter 1, 2 & 3 Proctor Exam TSTC testing center 5 Chapter 4. Financial Functions, Data Tables, and Amortization Schedules 6 Chapter 5. Working with Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks 7 Chapter 6. Creating, Sorting, and Querying a Table 8 Performance Exams Chapter 4, 5 & 6 Proctor Exam TSTC testing center Project assignment- Chapter 6 9 Chapter 7. Creating Templates, Importing Data, & Working with SmartArt, Images, Screen Shots 10 Chapter 8. Working with Trend Lines, PivotTable Report, PivotChart Reports, & Slicers 11 Chapter 9. Formula Auditing, Data Validation, and Complex Problem Solving 12 Final Exam Chapter 7, 8 & 9 Proctor Exam TSTC testing center Tentative Schedule (Subject to change by your instructor) POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 3

4 REQUIRED TEXT AND MATERIALS: Microsoft Excel 2013 Comprehensive Freund Jones Starks Cengage Learning Copyright: 2014 ISBN-13: Required Software* Computer access to Microsoft Office Excel 2013 Spreadsheet Application *Office 2013 Excel spreadsheet software needed to complete assignments and exams. Note: Microsoft Office 2013 Suite (Excel 2013) is installed at various Harlingen TSTC locations: TSTC Harlingen Library (956) TSTC Harlingen Building C Shared lab (956) (Please call and check for times of open hours) Materials: External storage device (USB drive) with a minimum storage of 512 MB for note taking and saving assignments Computer & Software: Access to a computer with Microsoft Office Excel 2013 Internet accessibility (high speed) Recommended browser: current version of Mozilla Firefox (Moodle viewing) & current Internet Explorer (textbook assignments) Adobe Reader (current version). This can be downloaded for free. Access to TSTC Moodle (https://mycourses.tstc.edu/). If you have trouble logging into the website, you can call TSTC network help services at (956) POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 4

5 Grading Criteria/Scale Grading Criteria Grading Scale Chapter Assignments 25% A Participation/Discussions/ 10% B Quizzes Project 10% C Theory Exams 25% D Performance Exams (Proctor Exams) 20% 0-59 F Final Performance Exam (Proctor Exam) 10% PARTICIPATION POLICY: Student participation is defined in the current TSTC Harlingen Campus Catalog and Student Handbook; and is expanded to include: participation in discussions and chats; answering and completing Assignments, Activities, Tests and Quizzes. Additionally, students are expected to read all assigned materials. Your average will be provided by your instructor after each unit exam. Any other questions concerning your grade, average or progress in coursework will not be discussed during class or online discussions board; you must make an appointment to discuss your progress with your professor. ACCOMMODATION STATEMENT: If you have a documented disability which will make it difficult for you to carry out classwork as outlined and/or if you need special accommodations due to a disability, please contact (956) or visit the Support Services Office in the Auxiliary Services Building (Bldg. EK) as soon as possible to make appropriate arrangements. POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 5

6 TUTORING STATEMENT The Supplemental Instruction & Tutoring Program at TSTC offers free tutoring and academic support services to help you achieve your academic and career goals. You can access the most up-to-date Supplemental Instruction & Tutoring Schedule, as well as MyTSTC Video Tutor Library, by visiting: https://portal.tstc.edu/studentservices/harstudentsupport/hartutoring/pages/default.aspx (Tutoring Schedule) https://www.youtube.com/user/mytstcvideotutor/playlists (MyTSTC Video Tutor Library) For more information, please contact the Office of Student Success at or the Supplemental Instruction & Tutoring Program at CLASS POLICIES: Course Delivery: Delivery of this course will be a fully online course format with course content available online using TSTC Moodle (https://mycourses.tstc.edu) (This is a fully online course! You will be expected to login and participate in course regularly specifically to complete assignments, discussions questions and take any quizzes and exams) Online Learning Student Support Course Structure For this course the student must have completed and passed the prerequisite course BCIS 1305 Business Computer Applications course. That course introduced the student to the basic skill sets in Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. The student is expected to know the basic Excel layout, commands, charts building and other basic tools and techniques. The POFI 1349 course is an advance training in spreadsheet design and use. This course is divided into several units with a chapter associated with each unit. At each unit you will complete assignments, answer discussions questions, take a quiz and take exams. In order to be successful in this course, you will also need to do the following: POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 6

7 1. Do not fall behind. It is very easy, since online classes are so flexible, to get behind in your work. Do not let this happen. You should aim to complete 1 chapter approximately every week. 2. Be self-motivated. In this class, all of the assigned work will be available online. This is one of the advantages of a class with extensive content available online, but it is also one of the reasons that you must be selfmotivated in order to be successful in the course. 3. You must be active on the course website. This includes participating in discussions when assigned, and responding to the posts of other students. If you do not log on to the course on TSTC Moodle and participate in the introductory activities and attend class during the first week of class, you will be considered a NO SHOW for the course. 4. Submit your assignments on time. 5. Contact your instructor if you have any questions about anything. I am here to Guide you through the course. There is no such thing as a dumb question, please ask for clarification as needed and don t wait until it is late in the semester to ask for help Office Hours (Virtual): I will have virtual office hours during my regular office hours during the semester. Virtual appointments can be set, be must be set up via by Moodle message or . Assignments & Due Dates DUE DATES: All work will be completed and turned in on or before the date specified. All deadlines are Central Standard Time (CST). Late assignments are accepted after due date but 10 points are deducted every day after due date with two days maximum allowed. After second day late work will not be not accepted and received a grade of zero (0) Technical difficulties do not constitute an extenuating circumstance. Online course content for classes require technology to be used and should not be used as an excuse to justify why assignments are being submitted late. Online discussions, quizzes and assignments will deactivate if they are not completed by the appropriate deadline. To give you ample time to complete assignments, unit/chapter assignments and discussions are usually due at the end of the week (midnight on Sunday). *Helpful hint* Complete your assignments and save them in a folder so that you can later upload this zipped file with all your project files. When it is time to submit your assignments remember that you must submit them as instructed in the assignment POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 7

8 usually files enclosed in a zipped (compress) folder. Assignments submitted in an incorrect format will receive a grade of zero. All completed assignments will be submitted through the assignment upload area link for the given assignment not to be ed to instructor, unless instructor advises to send by . EXAMS/QUIZZES Exams - Only students with valid excuses and at the discretion of the instructor, will be allowed to make up exams. It is the responsibility of each student who has a valid excuse to communicate and coordinate with the instructor to take the exam; failure to make-up a test will result in a grade of zero (0). All exams/quizzes are timed. Quizzes will NOT be allowed to be made up. Proctored performance exams Testing Center Student will need to register with a TSTC Testing Center on our Harlingen campus to arrange to take the required proctored exam at our testing center. Become familiar with this process. Access the following link for more information regarding proctored testing required for this online course and scheduling. TSTC Online Student Support Students that do not reside in the area need to plan ahead and coordinate with the Online Learning Office. Visit the TSTC OL Proctored Testing website for more information. Please check the calendar for the days that the proctored exams are held! You only come to a testing center three times for at least two hours each visit during the entire semester! Please plan ahead! Tests are held after chapters 1-3, Chapters 4-6, and Final Exam (Chapters 7-9) Course Participation Class participation is an integral part of this course. Students earn their grade by participating in class by completing daily assignments, completing tests, submitting work as per due dates/times, and completing any other assignments required by your Instructor. A failing grade can result in the failure of one, several, or all of the areas described above. Academic Dishonesty Intellectual honesty is fundamental to scholarship. Accordingly, the college views plagiarism or cheating of any kind in academic work as among the most serious offenses that a student can commit. Academic dishonesty can result in a grade of F or 0 for the particular test or assignment involved. A student POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 8

9 wishing to contest this ruling must do so within one (1) week after return of graded papers. 1) Plagiarism occurs when one presents work which is taken from another person who is not given due credit. a) You are providing information that your reader may use in seeking further knowledge on your topic, or on a subtopic or peripheral topic that you have treated only briefly. b) You are providing a means whereby another person may verify the accuracy of your use of sources. c) Copying files from a student s storage device and submitting your work as original work. ESTABLISHING A SAFE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT Learning occurs in a safe classroom environment, and a safe environment for learning allows individual and group differences and encourages engaged honest discussions where everyone feels comfortable to share and explore ideas. In the course of class discussions, it is quite possible that disagreements will arise. Disagreements are welcomed in the spirit of critical academic and technical exchange, however it is important to be respectful of others point of view, whether you agree with them or not. TSTC will not tolerate derogatory comments based on race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, or nationality NETIQUETTE: The following are general rules of netiquette; some are excerpted from Netiquette by Virginia Shea. You are expected to abide by these rules in this course. 1. Even though you are speaking to someone online-they are a human being. Think about how and what you are saying. Ask yourself whether you would speak to a person in this manner if you were face-to-face. 2. Pay attention to spelling and grammar. Others are reading your work: do not make it difficult for them by using poor spelling and grammar. In addition, there is no place for inappropriate language in this course. 3. Be willing to share your knowledge with others. When it comes to discussion boards post comments in a timely manner. Other course members may be waiting for you so they can post replies or finish an assignment do not make them wait until the deadline. This is not fair and also shows that you are not setting side appropriate time for your coursework. Copyright Statement The materials used in the course [textbooks, handouts, media files (podcast, MP3, Videos, RSS (Feeds), and all instructional resources on the colleges Learning Management System (Moodle)] are intended for use only by students registered and POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 9

10 enrolled in this course and are only to be used for instructional use, activities associated with, and for the duration of the course. All materials generated for this course, which includes but are not limited to syllabi, quizzes, exams, lab problems, in-class materials, review sheets, and any additional materials. These materials may not be retained in another medium or disseminated further. They are provided in compliance with the provisions of the Teach Act. These materials may not be reproduced, displayed, modified or distributed without the express prior written permission of the copyright holder or TSTC. For further information contact your instructor. COMMUNICATING WITH YOUR INSTRUCTOR (MyMail System) All official college to students is sent through MyMail the official student system at TSTC Harlingen. When communicating with instructors and/or employees of the college, you are required to use your TSTC MyMail student e- mail address. If you choose to forward your to another account, please be advised that you must respond from the MyMail account. For technical support please contact the Helpdesk at (800) or EMERGENCY/SAFETY In the event of an emergency, students should familiarize themselves with building and classrooms emergency exits/evacuation routes and be able to locate the nearest fire extinguisher. When an emergency alarm is activated, students should immediately leave the classroom, exit the building, and go to a designated safe area until clearance is given to go back into the building. Students should also register and be familiar with the Emergency Notification System. SPECIAL NOTES 1. TSTC Harlingen faculty, staff, and students are asked to report all threats, perceived or real, immediately to College Police located in the Auxiliary Building. If the threat is imminent, the College Police emergency phone line at or should be called. College Police will then coordinate the proper response in accordance with State and federal laws and TSTC System/College rules and regulations. 2. It is the student s responsibility to withdraw from the course by the published deadline or receive a grade of F. According to TSTC policy, instructors are not allowed to drop students. NOTE: Any changes to this syllabus will be provided in writing to the student and updated on all posted locations (HB 2504, course Moodle sites, building offices, etc.). Your instructor may have additional requirements, in addition to this syllabus, which will be discussed in class or posted on the Course website. These additional requirements, DO NOT cancel any information or regulations within this syllabus; rather, they provide additional detail and/or enhance this syllabus. POFI 1349 Spring 2015 Course Syllabus Page 10

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