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1 F Course Policies and Syllabus BUL3130 The Legal, Ethical, and Social Aspects of Business Syllabus Spring A 2017 ONLINE Instructor: Theresa Moore Title: Professor Office: 200/405 Office Hours: Mon. 11-1:30, Tues 9-2:30, Wed. 9-1, other times by appointment Phone: Class Meetings: n/a (totally online) Department Homepage: Course Description: This course explores the nature of legal, ethical, and societal environments of business. Emphasis is placed on business s social, legal, political and ethical responsibilities to both external and internal groups in business. Topics include corporate social responsibility, legal, political and ethical aspects of business, state and federal laws, contracts, intellectual property, employment law, product liability, safety issues, and environmental regulation. This course is an upper division course for students who have met the admission requirements for upper division courses. Minimum Technical Requirements Students enrolled in this course must be able to: Use all required features of Falcon Online such as discussion boards and the Dropbox Send and receive attachments by Create and submit files using Microsoft Word processing or Excel spreadsheet programs Create, edit, and present using programs such as PowerPoint or Prezi Adobe Connect capable Student Learning Outcomes: At the end of Legal, Ethical & Social Aspects in Business course BAS students should be prepared to: 1. Explain how the legal system functions. 2. Discuss law and legal concepts as they related to the business environment. 3. Use legal reasoning to evaluate case information. 4. Define ethics and evaluate business strategies based on ethical principles. 5. Explain a business organization s role in social responsibility. 6. Integrate concepts from other Bachelor of Applied Science courses. Class Format: This course is delivered either totally online or as a 50/50 hybrid. Both delivery methods will use the online classroom in FalconOnline. Required Textbook(s) and/or Materials: You MUST purchase Connect Access to complete this course. Law, Business & Society, Tony McAdams, 11 th edition, McGraw-Hill, Connect Access ISBN: EBook with McGraw Hill Connect Access ISBN: Paperback with McGraw Hill Connect Access Page 1 of 11

2 Equipment and Supplies: Students will need Internet access for this course as well as knowledge of Word or a word processing program compatible with Word or able to create a PDF file, PowerPoint, FalconOnline, and have the ability to learn Adobe Connect. Classroom Policies Disclaimer: Teaching policies and regulations for this course are not open for discussion or negotiation. This syllabus has been constructed to be as complete as possible but is by no means a binding document. I reserve the right to alter policies, procedures, and the syllabus as needed. Please utilize the website regularly as any changes to the syllabus will be posted there. How to proceed through the course: To accomplish the course objectives, the course material may be presented, and assessment done through any of the following: (1) videos and lectures, (2) in-class or online discussions/team assignments/quizzes, (3) case analysis, (4) exams (5) self-assessments and presentations. It is the responsibility of the student to do the required readings and assignments prior to the class meeting or online meeting, if applicable. Students are expected to demonstrate a positive and willing attitude during team/group assignments; failure to do so may lead to a reduction in your participation grade, if applicable. Assignments must be prepared in a professional manner and must include the student s name and student number, the course and which section, the instructor s name, and the date submitted. The due dates for these assignments will be clearly publicized by the instructor and you must refer to the weekly assignment schedule for due dates. If you have any questions about the assignment or due date, it is your responsibility to get them answered at the earliest possible time. The grade that you receive will reflect not only the content, but also the presentation and organization of the assignment as well. If, for any reason, there is an emergency and you will be unable to complete the course requirements, please contact the instructor ASAP. When taking a typical 3 credit hour course, students should plan to spend at least 9 hours per week doing coursework and studying for that course regardless of the mode of delivery (online, hybrid, faceto-face). Some weeks might require more study and preparation time, and some weeks might require less time. In addition, this is only a general guideline as time spent will also depend upon learning level at entrance of the course, ease of comprehension of the material, student time management, among other factors. Handling of assignments: Please follow all directions on the Weekly Assignment Schedule at the end of the syllabus for directions on where to find assignments and how to submit them. This course uses McGraw Hill s Connect Online Textbook Resources Connect Quick Tips Reference Sheet for Login: Assignments: Written work will be submitted via the dropbox in the online classroom under Assignments tab or online in Connect Quizzes: Quizzes can be found under the quizzes tab (if applicable) in the online classroom or will be located online in Connect, please refer to your Weekly Assignment Schedule. These will not be reopened, please plan your schedule accordingly. Assignment Sheets: Will be found on the Content Page and are sometimes also posted on the course

3 News/Home Page in the online classroom when applicable Discussion Boards: If applicable, these can be found under the Discussions tab in the online classroom. These will not be reopened, please plan your schedule accordingly. Tip: prepare and save in a Word document, then copy/paste into the discussion thread, then you will have a copy of your submission for your own reference. Videos/Video Lectures: If applicable, can be found in the Video Corner on the Course Home/News page and usually also will be given links in a word doc in the Content page in the online classroom. Videos lectures are considered a required part of the course materials. Sample Types of Assignments *Assignments subject to change. These are representative of the types of assignments used in the course for assessment.* Online Chapter Textbook Quizzes: Chapter quizzes are based on the textbook material. The quizzes can be found in McGraw Hill Connect. Please see Weekly Assignment Schedule for due dates. Final Essay Exam Or Applied Legal Business Manual: This assignment requires students to apply concepts from the course and create an employee training manual based on the concepts in the class. It is a practical application exercise and reinforces major learning outcomes in a new, real-world context. This is a comprehensive review assignment of the material in the course. It will be in the format of either a legal research paper or some form of essay exam. This will be a long essay-type assignment with parameters outlined in detail in a detailed assignment sheet found on the Content Page of the online classroom and released approximately halfway through the course. Homework Bundles: There are two Homework Bundles, which are sets of questions asking you to apply the material from the different chapters (the ones covered in my Power Points!). The homework questions relate to the legal cases in your book and/or the chapter material, lecture video, or power point material. Videos/Video Lectures: If available, can be found in the Video Corner on the Course Home/News page and usually also will be given links in a word doc in the Content page in the online classroom Communication: The best way to reach me is by . You can use the Course Mail function in the Florida Online classroom or I will check in periodically throughout the day on weekdays and occasionally on weekends. Note: I primarily work during normal business hours. If you post questions, s, or comments at another time, please remain patient in expecting a response. All students must be able (and are expected) to access the online classroom, their FalconMail , discussion posts and checking all new Course News/Home page posts at least 2-3x per week. All s/videos/news posts from the instructor are required materials in the course and it is assumed that all students have read the information in a timely manner. Student may expect responses to and phone voice mail within 3 business days. Students may expect assignment grades within one week after submission for typical homework assignments and usually between 7-10 days for major projects, papers, group projects, or finals. Discussion boards are used for the attendance posting and to communicate with your groups during the group project. Interaction: Students may interact with the instructor through , phone, or online/video office hours and through submission of course assignments. Students will primarily interact with other students in the group project and will be given a restricted group discussion forum to facilitate the

4 communication within the group. Students can also select the best method to communicate with their peers to accomplish course and task objectives. Attendance Policy: In an online course your attendance is gauged by your active involvement in the course. You are required to login and complete your first assignment attendance verification assignment within 48 hours of the course start date for attendance verification purposes. Lack of timely participation may result in being dropped from the course. Students who stop attending this class will be withdrawn from the class and receive a final grade of W1 (Withdrawn). Attendance includes participating in online or face-to-face environments as required. Late Work/Make-up Work and Exams: Late work will have approximately 1 letter grade reduced from the score earned on the assignment. Late work will not be accepted more than 1 week past the original due date without documentation of extenuating circumstances. Quizzes and discussion boards will not be reopened (if applicable). Classroom Etiquette: For 50/50 courses: All students should be on time for class. Attend to your needs before entering the room. Students who come late or leave during the class are a distraction to both the instructor and other students. The use of cellular phones, MP3 players and other electronic devices is also a distraction. Please ensure electronic devices are off (or on silent alert). If an emergency arises, please be courteous to your fellow students and leave quietly. Finally, cell phones, watch alarms, beepers, etc. are strictly prohibited in the examination room. Evaluation/Assessment Methods: Instructor will use any combination of the following types of evaluation and assessment methods: essay, homework questions, written research papers, quizzes, discussion boards, group projects, presentations, and others as announced. The instructor reserves the right to alter the grade structure and modify assignments including additional assignments and unannounced quizzes. Evaluation will take into account student s attendance, tardiness, and class participation. See description in handling of assignments in section above. Grading Policy: The instructor uses a weighted grading system for the course. Overall grades will be calculated based upon the following criteria: Letter Grade Definition Numeric Averages A Excellent % B+ Good B C+ Average C D+ Poor D F Failure 0-59 Students must receive a grade of "C" or better in all courses to meet B.A.S. degree completion requirements. Course Grading: I use a percentage/weighted system of grading in my course.

5 Course Grading: Textbook Exams 30% Learn Smart Text Study Guide 3% each) 30 Homework Application Questions (Homework Bundles) 20 Legal Training Manual Assignment 20 Total 100% Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Map 1. Explain how the legal system functions. 2. Discuss law and legal concepts as they related to the business environment. 3. Use legal reasoning to evaluate case information. 4. Define ethics and evaluate business strategies based on ethical principles. 5. Explain a business organization s role in social responsibility. 6. Integrate concepts from other Bachelor of Applied Science courses. Assignment/Assessment Learning Outcomes Achieved Legal Training Manual Assignment 1, 2, 4, 5, 6; primary: 2, 3, 4 Final Comprehensive Paper or Assignment 1 6; primary 1-3 Chapter Quizzes 1-5, primary: 3 Midterm Exams (if applicable) 1-5, primary: 3 Written Homework 1-6, primary: 2, 3 Mock Trial/Oral Advocacy Assignment (if 1-4, 6 primary: 1, 3 applicable for seated classes) An incomplete grade will NOT be given UNLESS the following criteria are met: A grade of I may be issued only when a student who is passing the course but who, for valid and unforeseen reasons, is not able to complete the course requirements within the semester. In order for a student to receive an "I" grade, the student must have completed a minimum of 70% of the graded course work with a passing grade and have been turning work in regularly and on time. The incomplete work must be made up before the middle of the next major semester. I grades automatically convert to F grades if the make-up requirements are not met and the appropriate grade change is not submitted by the deadline as published in the College Catalog. *Incompletes are not granted to students who think they may fail or not pass a course who have not completed the requirements listed above. Class Schedule: The class schedule and assignment due dates are included in the Weekly Assignment Schedule (see end of document). Class Withdrawal Process: Example: Students can withdraw from this class prior to the date listed in the Academic Calendar. It is not necessary to have approval from the instructor to withdraw from the course, but you should discuss the situation with the instructor prior to any action. Many times issues and concerns can be resolved with communication. Please review Refund/Repayment Policy in the current college catalog and also check with the Office of Financial Aid to determine how this withdrawal might affect your current and future aid eligibility.

6 Student Policies Student Rights & Responsibilities: Students are responsible for reading and following all college policies outlined in the Student Handbook. Some of the most important are summarized below. The Handbook can be accessed at under Student Resources. Academic Integrity: In order to preserve academic excellence and integrity, the College expects you to know, understand, and comply with the Academic Integrity Policy, which prohibits academic dishonesty in any form, including, but not limited to, cheating and plagiarism. Grades conferred by instructors are intended to be, and must be, accurate and true reflections of the coursework actually produced and submitted by you. Cases of suspected academic dishonesty may be reported to the Judicial Affairs Office for resolution. More information can be found here: Cases of academic dishonesty will result in an assignment score of zero, with the opportunity for resubmission at the sole discretion of the instructor based on the circumstances. Cases of academic dishonesty will be reported to the Judicial Affairs Office for resolution. Honor Pledge: I, as a member of the DSC community, pledge that I will neither give nor receive unauthorized aid in my work nor will I present another s work as my own, nor will I tolerate anyone who does. For more information on academic integrity. Students with Disabilities: The Student Disability Services (SDS) Office provides tools and resources to students with documented disabilities. Students who self-disclose a documented disability and provide the required documentation to the SDS Office can receive confidential and reasonable accommodations to assist in their academic success. If you need accommodations, please contact the SDS Office at (386) To call Florida Relay dial 7-1-1, or the appropriate toll-free number: (TTY), (Voice). You can also find more information at Veterans: If you are currently serving or have ever served in the U.S. Military, please feel free to visit the Veterans Center in the Lenholt Student Center (Bldg. 130, room 124) for any assistance or phone Please visit The Division of Library and Academic Support provides the following unlimited services to students via tuition and fees at the time of registration. Academic Support Center: The Academic Support Centers (ASC) assist students on every campus to achieve their potential by providing the resources they need to become successful, independ ent learners. For more information please go to Writing Center: For assistance with all stages of the writing process please visit the Writing Center (appointments recommended) Library and Research Services: The Daytona State Library offers many types of resources to support your research materials and assistance. Technical Support is available for FalconMail, printing, web usage, Faclon Online, and more. Students may call AID (4243) or

7 Safety on Campus: Check your FalconMail after you register for information on accessing and updating your free Daytona State College Rave Alert account, which will send you alerts to critical college safety information. You can also visit Student Self-Service Help: Go to to find help with registering, student accounts, financial aid, pulling your degree plan, etc. Instructor and Course-Specific Items to Note Online Office Hours & Online Videos: I have created video materials to supplement the course. These videos include lectures of the course material and some video instructions for certain assignments. Occasionally, I might also upload video messages or choose to hold online office hours. Instructor created video content is considered a required part of your course materials. It is expected that you will listen/view these videos and anything mentioned/said or covered in the videos will be considered as conveyed to the student. General Writing Rubric: *These writing considerations are applicable to all graded writing for the course and should be considered in addition to any other instructions given for an assignment, even if these items are not repeated in the directions of the assignment* Overall writing evaluation The assignments should follow the DSC Writing Rubric in the category of exemplary (the detailed DSC writing rubric for exemplary writing is posted in the syllabus). Please refer to it for explanation of each category. Overall, the submitted homework is exemplary in the areas of: Critical thinking Rhetorical Sophistication Organization Use of Language Information Literacy Best answers will write out the definition of any and all applicable concepts being discussed and apply facts and evidence from the question, situation, case study, etc. to the definition. Best answers cite to the place the information was taken (PDF, website, or power point, etc). Best answers reflect high comprehension of reading, answer reflects critical analysis, critical thinking, ability to apply information, anticipate a further or deeper level of synthesis than merely repeating material back to instructor. Thoroughness, depth of discussion, analysis, evaluation of concepts and situation will be used to determine level of comprehension and commitment to task. Best answers do this AND bold, underline, or italicize where leadership terms and/or concepts are being. Best answers MUST use material from the assigned homework readings and materials to support the position, argument, or reason for the answer. Do not use outside sources unless told to do so or that it is permitted by the assignment. However, if for some reason you do any outside sources will have to be cited.

8 COURSE STRUCTURE LEARNING UNITS: UNIT 1: CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 6 CHAPTER 7 *HOMEWORK BUNDLE UNIT #1 *EXAM 1 (CH 2, 4, 6, 7) UNIT 2: CHAPTER 8 CHAPTER 9 CHAPTER 12 CHAPTER 13 *HOMEWORK BUNDLE UNIT #2 *EXAM 2 (CH 8, 9, 12, 13) UNIT 3: CHAPTER 15 CHAPTER 18 *EXAM 3 (CH 15, 18) *LEGAL RESEARCH PAPER OR LEGAL TRAINING MANUAL AS ASSIGNED BY INSTRUCTOR (MOCK TRIAL IN 50/50 CLASSES) See Weekly Assignment Schedule Below

9 Weekly Assignment Schedule SPRING A 2017 BUL 3130 Homework Due on Monday nights, unless otherwise noted *Assignments subject to change Week 1 Topics Unit 1 Chapters 2 & 4 Review Course Syllabus and Course Policies Review Online Classroom and familiarize yourself with the course tabs Sign Up for McGraw Hill s Connect Website or Activate Your Access Code You MUST have McGraw Hill s CONNECT access to complete the homework assignments in the course. Homework Due Thursday January 19 th ATTENDANCE DISCUSSION POST DUE by 2:00PM Please post in the online discussion board forum for attendance by Thursday 19 th by 2:00PM. *very important to post into the discussion board, if you do not post, you will be marked as not attending and dropped from the course. Due Monday, January 23 rd : Chapter 2 LearnSmart (in Connect) Chapter 4 LearnSmart (in Connect) Start Homework Bundle #1 questions Week 2 Unit 1 Chapters 6 & 7 Homework Due Monday, January 30 th : Chapter 6 LearnSmart (in Connect) Chapter 7 LearnSmart (in Connect) Submit Homework Bundle #1 Questions (covering chapters 2, 4, 6, 7) submit in the dropbox under the "assignments" tab in the FalconOnline Classroom

10 Week 3 Unit 1 & 2 Chapters 8 & 9 Review Chapters 2, 4, 6, 7 Due Monday, February 6 th : Exam 1 (covering chapters 2, 4, 6, 7) Chapter 8 LearnSmart (in Connect) Chapter 9 LearnSmart (in Connect) Start Homework Bundle #2 Week 4 Unit 2 Chapters 12 & 13 Due Monday February 13 th : Chapter 12 LearnSmart (in Connect) Chapter 13 LearnSmart (in Connect) Submit Homework Bundle #2 Questions (covering chapters 8, 9, 12, 13) submit in the dropbox under the "assignments" tab in the FalconOnline Classroom Week 5 Unit 2 & Unit 3 Review Chapters 8, 9, 12 & 13 Chapters 15 & 18 Due February 20 th : Exam 2 covering 8, 9, 12, 13 Chapter 15 LearnSmart (in Connect) Chapter 18 LearnSmart (in Connect)

11 Week 6 Unit 3 Review Chapters 15 & 18 Due February 27 th : Exam 3 covering 15 & 18 Work On Legal Training Manual Final Assignment Week 7/8 Review all chapters Legal Training Manual Final Paper Due Monday March 6 th : Submit Legal Training Manual Final Assignment in the dropbox under the Assignments tab in the FalconOnline classroom. March 7 10 Remaining Assignments as needed Instructor will be grading during this time

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