Course Syllabus Travel Industry Financial Analysis & Control TIM 4620 Instructor: Thomas Zhuang Course: TIM 4620 Term: Fall semester 2012 Class: Mondays (17:15 – 20:10) Class Room: MP 441 Office Hours: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM on Wednesdays Office: 1188 Bishop St. #1010 Phone: 523-1837 (W) 295-8878 (C) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ============================================================== Required Text: Hospitality Industry Managerial Accounting by Raymond S. Schmidgall, Seventh Edition ISBN 13:978-0-86612-359-4 Course Description: This course is an integrated and in-depth overview of the dynamic processes involved in utilizing relevant information to plan for,
Cite language or ideas that are not your own. Plagiarizing will result in at least a zero on the assignment and possible expulsion from the college. If you receive help from a tutor or friend, the outside help must be clear on the rough draft. Withdrawal Dates Consult Corsair Connect Assignment Schedule August 27 Introduction to the class; write in-class assignment In-Class Writing: Choose a or b (not both). Write an essay that uses good detail and avoids the five-paragraph format.
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PSY (CGS) 3361-501—Cognitive Psychology—Spring 2015 CN 1.102 Monday 7:00-9:45 PM Instructor Contact Information Dr. Daniel Krawczyk 972-883-3234 firstname.lastname@example.org Office: GR 4.202C Office hours: Mon 3:30-4:30 PM & by appointment Teaching Assistants Contact Information David Martinez email@example.com Office: JO4.312 Office Hours: Thu 12-2 PM & by appointment Jameson Miller firstname.lastname@example.org Office: GR 2.706 Office Hours: Fri 12:30-2:00 PM & by appointment ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Prerequisites: Introductory Psychology Course Description: This course is an introduction to the scientific study of the mind and mental processes,
IF YOU ARE FILING THIS APPEAL TO DROP A CLASS AFTER THE DROP DEADLINE, DO NOT STOP ATTENDING THE CLASS UNTIL YOU ARE NOTIFIED OF OUTCOME OF APPEAL. (rev 5/09) PAGE 1 COMPLETING THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS APPEAL FORM Please follow the directions below. Be sure to complete each step before submitting your appeal. Incomplete appeals will be returned to you with no action taken. Be sure you understand there is one set of deadline dates that refers exclusively to deadlines for refunds (or reduction of fees owed) and another set of deadline dates that refers to the final dates to drop a course or resign for the semester.
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