General Information 

Professor Information

Instructor Profile Picture

Instructor

Prof. Mohammad Qureshi

MS. CHE. CHIA


Office

HM 216

E-mail

qureshim@fiu.edu

phone

(305) 919-4563

Office Hours

By Appointment via Zoom

Website

hospitality.fiu.edu/faculty

Course Description and Purpose

This course provides advanced study of the Accounting decision-making process involved in the hospitality industry. Emphasis is placed on budgeting, pricing decisions, cost-volume-profit analysis and capital budgeting. At the conclusion of this course, students will (a) be familiar with the tools and techniques of management accounting as applied to the hospitality industry, and (b) be able to use critical thinking in analyzing and solving management accounting problems in the hospitality industry as detailed below:

Some people are intimidated with accounting as they consider it to be mathematics-oriented. Accounting is basically a principles-based discipline and you probably already have  the math skills required to succeed in this class. 

Pre-requisite: HFT 2401.

Course Objectives

  • Appraise and assess the importance of financial statement analysis and ratios and their use in managerial accounting.
  • Describe the purpose statement of cash flows and learn how to prepare it.
  • Identify and outline the main characteristics and concepts of managerial accounting.
  • Explain and interpret the Cost Volume Profit (CVP) method and how it can assist management in evaluating current and future events regarding sales revenue inflows and cost outflows.
  • Identify management's decision-making process and describe the concepts of incremental analysis.
  • Explain the importance of various pricing methods that are used in the hospitality industry and points the need for current, tactical, and long term pricing decisions.
  • Explain the importance of the operating and financial budgets including cash budgets, sales and purchasing budgets.
  • Compute and interpret operating and cash budgets and budget variances and explain how to calculate standard price and cost variances and how to interpret them.
  • Discuss the ways in which capital investments differ from operational budget and compute and interpret different methodologies used to evaluate them.
  • Describe the importance of internal controls in corporate governance.

Important Information

FIU COVID-10/Delta Variant Repopulation 

As cases and hospitalizations due to the Delta variant continue to increase in our community, we must unite and take necessary steps to prevent further spread. 

  1. Daily and before arriving to campus, complete the P3 app. If you are not given the green check mark to enter campus, then return home, and contact me by email.
  2. Please check your FIU email account and your Canvas course at least once a day.  Email and Canvas are the best ways for the university, and your professors, to contact you.
  3. If you do not feel well, have tested positive for COVID-19, or have been in contact with a person with COVID-19 while not yet being fully vaccinated, please do not come to class, immediately complete the P3 app to notify the COVID Response Team or call them at 305-348-1919, and contact me by email as soon as you can. In order to receive an excused absence for P3 failure/COVID-19, you must contact the COVID Response Team at 305-348-1919.  If you are directed to isolate or quarantine because of COVID-19, your absences will be considered excused. The make-up policies are outlined in this syllabus. 
  4. Per recent CDC guidelines, a vaccinated, asymptomatic individual exposed to a COVID-19 positive person does not need to isolate or quarantine. Nevertheless, it is strongly encouraged to continue to wear a mask. Furthermore, it is recommended to get tested 3-5 days after a known exposure. However, if at any time you become symptomatic, you need to test immediately. If the test returns positive, you will need to follow the COVID-19 positive protocol at that time.
    1. “Asymptomatic” means (of a condition or a person) producing or showing no symptoms.
    2. “Symptomatic” means exhibiting or involving symptoms.
    3. People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. Anyone can have mild to severe symptoms. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
      • Fever or chills
      • Cough
      • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
      • Fatigue
      • Muscle or body aches
      • Headache
      • New loss of taste or smell
      • Sore throat
      • Congestion or runny nose
      • Nausea or vomiting
      • Diarrhea
  5. Please take every precaution to keep yourself and others healthy. Per CDC guidelines, you are encouraged to get vaccinated and strongly advised to wear a mask indoors and in public including all FIU facilities.  
  6. Missing excessive days may lead to failing a class or a grade of incomplete.
  7. For me to assist you in achieving your goals, it is important for you to contact me as soon as you experience any events that might disrupt your course participation. For up-to-date information about COVID-19, please see the repopulation.fiu.edu FAQs.
  8. Please be advised that class content may be subject to streaming or course capture for future access by students in this course. Your attendance/participation in this course constitutes consent to such recording. 

The principal source of study for our class will be the textbook indicated in this syllabus. It can be purchased on an e-book version or in a paper version. In addition, I have added some power points, videos as well as practice sets in Canvas to prepare you for the type of questions that you will find in the quizzes and exams. However, remember that neither the videos nor the power points are a substitute for reading the textbook. You need to read the material; the videos, practice sets, and power points are not mandatory but rather useful.

It is essential that you first become familiar with this syllabus and the course organization. Throughout the course you should keep checking into the class through Canvas and your email a few times per week to keep abreast of the course progress and any changes that might occur during the term.



Policies

Please review the FIU's Policies webpage. The policies webpage contains essential information regarding guidelines relevant to all courses at FIU, as well as additional information about acceptable netiquette for online courses. For additional information, please visit FIU's Policy and Procedure Library.

 As a member of the FIU community you are expected to be knowledgeable about the behavioral expectations set forth in the FIU Student Conduct and Honor Code.

Technical Requirements and Skills

One of the greatest barriers to taking an online course is a lack of basic computer literacy. By computer literacy, we mean being able to manage and organize computer files efficiently and learning to use your computer's operating system and software quickly and easily. Keep in mind that this is not a computer literacy course, but students enrolled in online courses are expected to have moderate proficiency using a computer. Please go to the What's Required webpage to find out more information on this subject.

Privacy Policy Statements for Partners and Vendors

Please visit our Technical Requirements webpage for additional information.

Accessibility and Accommodation

The Disability Resource Center collaborates with students, faculty, staff, and community members to create diverse learning environments that are usable, equitable, inclusive, and sustainable. The DRC provides FIU students with disabilities the necessary support to successfully complete their education and participate in activities available to all students. If you have a diagnosed disability and plan to utilize academic accommodations, please contact the Center at 305-348-3532 or visit them at the Graham Center GC 190.

For additional assistance please contact FIU's Disability Resource Center.

Web Accessibility Statements for Partners and Vendors 

Please visit our ADA Compliance webpage for additional information about accessibility involving the tools used in this course.

Academic Misconduct Statement

Florida International University is a community dedicated to generating and imparting knowledge through excellent teaching and research, the rigorous and respectful exchange of ideas, and community service. All students should respect the right of others to have an equitable opportunity to learn and honestly demonstrate the quality of their learning. Therefore, all students are expected to adhere to a standard of academic conduct, which demonstrates respect for themselves, their fellow students, and the educational mission of the University. All students are deemed by the University to understand that if they are found responsible for academic misconduct, they will be subject to the Academic Misconduct procedures and sanctions, as outlined in the Student Conduct and Honor Code. Academic Misconduct includes:

Cheating

  • The unauthorized use of any materials, information, study aids or assistance from another person on any academic assignment or exercise, unless explicitly authorized by the course Instructor; 
  • Assisting another student in the unauthorized use of any materials, information, study aids, unless explicitly authorized by the Instructor; and 
  • Having a substitute complete any academic assignment or completing an academic assignment for someone else, either paid or unpaid; and

Plagiarism

  • The deliberate use and appropriation of another are work without any indication of the source and the representation of such work as the Student's own.
  • Assisting another student in the deliberate use and appropriation of another’s work without any indication of the source and the representation of such work as the student’s own. 

Learn more about the academic integrity policies and procedures as well as student resources that can help you prepare for a successful semester.

Panthers Care & Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

If you are looking for help for yourself or a fellow classmate, Panthers Care encourages you to express any concerns you may come across as it relates to any personal behavior concerns or worries you have, for the classmate’s well-being or yours; you are encouraged to share your concerns with FIU’s Panthers Care website.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers free and confidential help for anxiety, depression, stress, and other concerns that life brings. Professional counselors are available for same-day appointments. Don’t wait to call (305) 348-2277 to set up a time to talk or visit the online self-help portal.

Inclusivity Statement

This course will serve to embrace the diversity and inclusivity found within Florida International University. We appreciate and respect diversity, equality, equity, cooperativeness, community, and sustainability within our online courses. We are committed to the ongoing education of our students and their participation within the course regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, geographical location, religion, and disability. We strive in encouraging collaboration by preparing our students to value the differences in others. At the core of our intentions is the encouragement of acceptance and appreciation of differences within our student population and community.

Course Prerequisites

If the course has prerequisites: This course has a prerequisite(s). Review the Course Catalog. webpage for prerequisites information.

If the course does not have prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this course.

Proctored Exam Policy

Please note that the information contained in this section applies only if your course requires a proctored exam.

Through a careful examination of this syllabus, it is the student’s responsibility to determine whether this online course requires proctored exams. Please visit our Student Proctored Exam Instructions. webpage for important information concerning proctored exams, proctoring centers, and important forms.

Textbook and Course Materials

Horngren's Financial & Managerial Accounting, Student Value Edition, 7/E (must include MyLab) by Nobles, Mattison & Matsumura 
title : 

Horngren's Financial & Managerial Accounting, Student Value Edition, 7/E (must include MyLab) by Nobles, Mattison & Matsumura 

publisher : 

Pearson Higher Education

isbn 10 : 

Textbook ISBN-0-13-650374-8 

isbn 13 : 

Textbook ISBN-13 978-0-13-650374-3 

additional notes : 
Textbook Additional Notes
Textbook Description

Expectations of This Course

This is an online course, which means most (if not all) of the course work will be conducted online. Expectations for performance in an online course are the same for a traditional course. In fact, online courses require a degree of self-motivation, self-discipline, and technology skills which can make these courses more demanding for some students.

Students are expected to:

  • review the getting started page located in the course modules;
  • introduce yourself to the class during the first week by posting a self-introduction in the appropriate discussion;
  • interact online with instructor and peers;
  • review and follow the course calendar and weekly outlines;
  • log in to the course 3 times per week;
  • respond to discussions by the due date specified. No late work will be accepted; 
  • respond to emails within 2 days; 
  • submit assignments by the corresponding deadline

The instructor will:

  • log in to the course 3 times week;
  • respond to discussion postings within 2 days of the deadline
  • respond to emails within 24 hours
  • grade assignments within two day of the assignment deadline.

Course Detail

Course Communication

Communication in this course will take place via the Canvas Inbox. Check out the Canvas Conversations Tutorial or Canvas Guide to learn how to communicate with your instructor and peers using Announcements, Discussions, and the Inbox. I will respond to all correspondences within 24 hours.

Discussion Forums

Keep in mind that your discussion forum postings will likely be seen by other members of the course. Care should be taken when determining what to post.

Discussion Forum Expectations:

  • In the discussion area of the course you, as a student, can interact with your instructor and classmates to explore questions and comments related to the content of this course. Discussions will always close Sunday, 11:00 P.M. The new week will start on Monday at 12:00 M (Monday morning) and end on Sunday at 11:00 PM.There will be 13 discussions during the term and you will be graded on 10 of them. The lowest 3 scores will be dropped. A successful student in online or hybrid education is one who takes an active role in the learning process. You are therefore encouraged to participate in the discussion areas to enhance your learning experience throughout each week. We will be discussing real world, theory, and practice problems dealing with the subject(s) of the week.

    The discussions will be graded for:

    1. Frequency— number and regularity of your discussion comments. Students are expected to log into the course and post (respond) substantively in the discussion topics on a minimum of two separate days per week in each graded discussion, beginning no later than Wednesday.
    2. Quality—content of your contributions. Examples of quality posts include:

    • providing additional information
    • elaborating on previous comments from others
    • presenting explanations of concepts or methods to help fellow students
    • full credit is awarded when both high quality and required frequency are met.
    • Please do not just write that “I agree or good post “alone. Explain why you agree, elaborate on the post that you are commenting.
    • Rubric for discussion participation

Discussion Rubric

PointsParticipation 
5 Points
Started posting substantively before Thursday of the week. In addition, at least 2 entries were substantive, non-repetitive, made on two different days, and added to the discussion.
4 Points
Started posting substantively after Wednesday of the week. In addition, at least 2 entries were substantive, non-repetitive, made on two different days, and added to the discussion.
3 Points
You posted only once during the week and the entry was made before Thursday. The entry was substantive and added to the discussion.
3 PointsStarted posting substantively before Thursday of the week. However, the entries (at least two) were brief one- liners, repetitive, and/or did not add to the discussion.
3 Points
You posted multiple substantive entries. However, these entries were made on a single day.
2 PointsStarted posting substantively after Wednesday of the week. However, the entries were brief one-liners, repetitive, and/or did not add to the discussion.
2 PointsYou posted only once during the week and made it before Thursday. However, the entry was a brief one-liner, repetitive, and/or did not add to the discussion.
1 PointYou posted only once during the week but started after Wednesday regardless of whether or not the entry was substantive
O PointNo entries were made during the week
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Assessments

Quizzes AND EXAMS

MyLab Quizzes
There will be 13 online quizzes to be taken via both MyLab (for 11 of them), and Canvas (for the USALI and the PKF quizzes). They will cover one or two chapters, except the USALI and the PKF that will cover the USALI handbook that you need to acquire, and the PKF material posted in Canvas. Each will have a total value of 5 points. The 3 quizzes with the lowest scores will be dropped therefore there will be a maximum of 50 possible points. The expiration time for each quiz will be Sunday night of the week due at 11:00 pm EST. See the calendar below.

  • The quizzes will have a duration of 30 minutes each and will consist of 5 multiple choices from the chapters or material covered.
  • Since the quizzes are online, they are open-book and open-note quizzes. You have one opportunity to complete each quiz.
  • Quiz grades will be released after the quiz availability window expires in MyLab.
  • UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL MAKE-UP QUIZZES BE ALLOWED. This is why 3 of them will be dropped.
  • The quizzes will be available from the beginning of the term but you need to check the calendar for the due dates in order to submit them on time and get credit for them.

Exams

  • The Midterm Exam covers Modules 1 through 4, see the calendar below for the date.
  • The Final Exam is cumulative but will make emphasis on the material since the midterm.

PROJECT

The course project is an individual assignment. It will be assigned through MyLab as well. Please check the calendar above for the due date. MyLab will grade them automatically and the results will be released to the students after the deadlines have passed.

Homework

Students are responsible for doing the homework assignments without the instructor specifically announcing it. Homework will be assigned for this class and similarly to the quizzes will be completed via MyLab. There will be 7 homework assignments at 10 points each. The lowest two homework scores will be dropped therefore there will be a maximum of 50 possible points. The homework assignments will be available from the beginning of the term but you need to check the above calendar for the due dates in order to submit them which will always be the end of the week on Sunday at 11:00 PM EST.

I selected specific required problems in order to best capture  the essence  of the chapter. In the class website I have provided the solutions to some specific textbook problems that although they have no points awarded you can use for additional practice. The grades for the homework will also be available through MyLab.

PRACTICE SETS

Every module includes a practice set of multiple choice questions with the answers you should use as part of your preparation for the topics and for the weekly in class meetingsSome of the questions are somewhat similar to the quizzes and exams and they will provide an excellent preparation. The answers will be open after the face to face class discussion. You must complete them prior to the class.


Grading 


Students must take all exams. If a student misses an exam, the option of taking a make-up exam will depend on the circumstances and your instructor’s final decision.

Assessments in this course are not compatible with mobile devices and should not be taken through a mobile phone or a tablet. If you need further assistance please contact FIU Canvas Help Team.

Assignment100%450 Points
1st Examination  50 questions22%100
Final Examination 50 questions22%100
Online discussions – 13 discussions, will drop the lowest 3 (5 points each times 10)11.4%50
Online quizzes - 12 quizzes, including the USAL and PKF quizzes. The lowest 2 quizzes will be dropped (5 points each times 10 quizzes)22%100
Online Homework – 7 homework items to drop the lowest two (5 items at 10 points each)  11.3%50
Project (There are two to choose from)11.3%50


The grading breakdown will be as follows:

LetterRange %LetterRange %Letter Range %
A95 or aboveB83-86C70-76
A-90-94B-80-82D60-69
B+87-89C+77-79F59 or less

Course Calendar Fall 2021

Class DateTopics Weekly TasksCourse Objectives Match

Week 1--Module #1
08/23


Readings: Syllabus and review Chapter 1 through 4 (F) – Review the Accounting Cycle covered in HFT 2401-
Participate in Online Discussion 1 (08/23 – 08/29) MyLab Homework 1 and MyLab Quiz #1 due by: Sunday, 08/29.
Recall the basic concepts and principles of Financial Accounting

Week 2--Module #2

08/30


Readings: Chapter 15 (F) – Financial Statement Analysis. Appendix C-Financial Statement Analysis

Participate in Online Discussion 2 (08/30 – 09/05)

MyLab Quiz 2 due by: Sunday, 09/05.


Appraise and assess the importance of financial statement analysis and ratios and their use in managerial accounting.

Week 3--Module #3

09/06


Readings: Chapter 14 (F) – The Statement of Cash Flows. Appendix B-Statement of Cash Flows

Participate in Online Discussion 3 (09/07 – 09/12)

MyLab HW#2 and Quiz 3 due by: Sunday, 09/12.


Describe the purpose statement of cash flows and learn how to prepare it.

Week 4--Module #4

09/ 13


Readings: Chapter 1(M) – Introduction to Managerial Accounting

Participate in Online Discussion 4 (09/13-09/19)

MyLab Quiz 4 due by: Sunday, 09/19.


Identify and outline the main characteristics and concepts of managerial accounting.

Week 5--Module #4
09/20


 Readings: Chapter 5(M) – Cost Volume Profit  

Participate in Online Discussion 5 (09/20 – 09/26)

MyLab HW #3 and Quiz 5 due by: Sunday, 09/26.


Explain and interpret the Cost Volume Profit (CVP) method and how it can assist management in evaluating current and future events regarding sales revenue inflows and cost outflows

Week 6

09/27


Exam 1

(Modules 1-4 up to chapter 5)

Available from 10/01 until 10/02


Availability Window:
Opens Friday, 10/01/21 at 12:30 AM EST and closes Saturday, 10/02/21 at 11:00 PM EST. (Fri. and Sat.)

Week 7--Module #5

10/04


Readings: Chapter 6(M) – Variable Costing

Participate in Online Discussion 6 (10/04– 10/10) MyLab Quiz 6 due and HW# 4 by: Sunday, 10/10. 

Project is Due on 10/10/2021.


Explain and interpret the Cost Volume Profit (CVP) method and how it can assist management in evaluating current and future events regarding sales revenue inflows and cost outflows

Week 8--Module #6
10/10


Readings: Chapter 7 (M) – Master Budgets

Work on practice set


Participate in Online Discussion 7 (10/10 – 10/17)

MyLab HW#5 and Quiz 7 due by: Sunday, 10/17.  


Compute and interpret operating and cash budgets and budget variances and explain how to calculate standard price and cost variances and how to interpret them.

Week 9--Module #6

10/18


 Readings: Chapter 8 (M) – Flexible Budgets and Standard Cost Systems

Participate in Online Discussion 8 (10/18 – 10/24)

MyLab HW#6 and Quiz 8 due by: Sunday, 10-24.  


Compute and interpret operating and cash budgets and budget variances and explain how to calculate standard price and cost variances and how to interpret them.

Week 10--Module #7

10/25


Readings: Chapter 10 (M) – Short Term Business Decisions. Work on practice set

Participate in Online Discussion 9 (10/25 – 10/31)

Quiz 9 due by: Sunday, 10/31.


Identify management's decision-making process and describe the concepts of incremental analysis.

Week 11

Module #8

11/01


Readings: Chapter 11 (M) – Capital Investment Decisions -Work on practice set

MyLab Quiz 10 due by: Sunday, 11/07.

Participate in Online Discussion 10 (11/01 – 11/07)



Discuss the ways in which capital investments differ from operational budget and compute and interpret different methodologies used to evaluate them.

Week 12--Module #8

11/08


Continue with Chapter 11(M)-Capital Investment

Review Appendix A-Present Value Tables and Future Value Tables

 


Participate in Online Discussion 11 (11/08 – 11/14)

MyLab Homework #7 due by: Sunday, 11/14


Discuss the ways in which capital investments differ from operational budget and compute and interpret different methodologies used to evaluate them.

Week 13--Module #9

11/15


Readings: Chapter 9(M) – Responsibility Accounting and Performance Evaluation , Work on practice set.

Participate in Online Discussion 12 (11/15 – 11/21)       

Study CBRE Hotel Trends Article

CBRE Hotel Trends Quiz 11 in Canvas due by: Sunday, 11/21.


Describe the importance of internal controls in corporate governance.


Week 14--Module #9

11/22


Readings: Internal Controls Material

Participate in Online Discussion 13 (11/22-11/28)

Review Uniform System of Accounts for Lodging 11th Edition (USALI) Document. USALI Quiz 12 by: Sunday, 11/28.

 


Describe the importance of internal controls in corporate governance.

Appraise and assess the importance of financial statement analysis and ratios and their use in managerial accounting.


Week 15
11/29

Final Exam – Comprehensive Final but with emphasis on Modules 5 through 10.

Available from 12/02 until 12/04

 


Availability Window:
Opens Thursday, 12-02-21 at 12:30 AM EST and closes Friday, 12-04-21 at 11:00 PM EST.

Assignments

Due Aug 29 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Sep 05 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Sep 12 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Sep 19 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Sep 26 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Oct 10 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Oct 17 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Oct 24 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Oct 31 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Nov 07 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Nov 21 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Nov 28 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
11.3% of Total
Due Nov 14 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Oct 24 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Oct 17 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Oct 10 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Sep 26 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Sep 12 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
Due Aug 29 2021 at 11:59 pm | 10 pts
22% of Total
Due Oct 02 2021 at 11:00 pm | 100 pts
11.3% of Total
Due Oct 10 2021 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
Due Oct 10 2021 at 11:59 pm | 50 pts
22% of Total
Due Dec 04 2021 at 11:59 pm | 101 pts
11.4% of Total
Due Aug 29 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Sep 26 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Sep 05 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Mar 21 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Sep 12 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Apr 18 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Sep 19 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Sep 26 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Oct 10 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Oct 10 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Oct 03 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Apr 04 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts
Due Sep 19 2021 at 11:59 pm | 5 pts

Zoom Video Conference 

Zoom is a video conference tool that you can use to interact with your professor and fellow students by sharing screens, chatting, broadcasting live video/audio, and taking part in other interactive online activities. We will be utilizing this tool to conduct [insert meeting purpose here].

Zoom Meetings will be held on the following dates/time:

  • Meeting 1: Date/Start Time – End Time
  • Meeting 2: Date/Start Time – End Time
  • Meeting 3: Date/Start Time – End Time

Zoom meetings can be accessed via the Zoom link in the course navigation menu. Once you click on the Zoom link, it will route you to join the meeting for the respective class session. You will also be able to view upcoming meetings, previous meetings that you have already joined, and meeting recordings. Before joining an actual class session:

If you encounter any technical difficulties, please contact the FIU Canvas Help Team. Please ensure you contact support immediately upon the issue occurring.

Grading

[Insert notes about grading here]

Course Requirements
Number of Items
Points for Each
Total Points Available
Weight
Quizzes
35020025%
Exams
220040025%
Discussion/Participation
110010025%
Assignments
310030025%
Total
10N/A1000100%

Grading Schema

Name From To
A
100%
95%
A-
< 95%
90%
B+
< 90%
87%
B
< 87%
83%
B-
< 83%
80%
C+
< 80%
77%
C
< 77%
70%
D
< 70%
60%
F
< 60%
0%

Course Calendar

Modules

Module 0 Resources
Module 0 Assignments
Module 5 Resources
Oct 10 |10 pts
Oct 10 |10 pts