Mgt 305 Syllabus

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MGT 305.04W/.05W Management & Organizational Behavior Fall 2012 Tentative Course Syllabus Instructor: Lindy Cheatwood E-Mail: Class Type: Online Office Hrs: By appointment as needed The best way to contact me is via e-mail. This is an online course; therefore, expect most communication to be online. *IMPORTANT* Each time you send an e-mail to me, the subject line should read “MGT 305” to ensure that I receive the message. If you follow these directions exactly, I will respond to emails within a 48 hour time period. If you do not follow these instructions exactly, I cannot assure you that I will respond as quickly because your e-mail will be lost in a sea of other e-mail messages. FYI: The Virtual…show more content…
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