|№||Assignment||Form of control||Deadline|
|Preparing for the Quiz||Every student should prepare him/herself into the quiz||Week #3,5,7,9,11,13|
|Preparation for the Exam||Every student should prepare him/herself into the exam||Week #15|
Course work themes
Note: The student who does not submit a quizzes on time will not be allowed to take a midterm and an exam on the given course.
List of required and supplemental readings and materials
1. Entrepreneurial Finance. Fourth edition. by Leach, Melicher, 2012
2. Small business management. Entrepreneurship and beyond. Hatten, 2012
14. Questions to monitor student’s academic achievement
15. System of assessing student’s knowledge
Grades of the in SSW assignments turn-ins and deadlines-progress achievements of the student are the sum of ongoing control and a midterm grade.
The ongoing control of performance is a systematic check conducted by the teacher on the student’s academic achievement on each topic of the course.
The midterm is taken after covering the main chapters of the course.
The final grade comprises of the ongoing control grades and the final exam grade. Assessment of in-progress performance (rating of admission) is 70% of the final grade of the course. Final exam is 30% of the final grade of the course.
Assessment of student’s knowledge is carried out by the SSW assignments turn-ins and deadlines points-lettered rating system with the proper transformation into the traditional rating scale.
15.1 The rating scale of students (example)*
|№||Form of control||First rating criteria, R1, %||Week||First rating totals, R1||Second rating criteria, R2, %||Week||Second rating totals, %|
|3.||SSW (course work)||*||*|
|Portion of final grade||40%||40%|
*Note: instead of (*) mark put earned points
Final grade calculation
Final grade of the course in percentage is calculated according to the following formula:
R1- percentage of the first rating portion
R2-percentage of the second rating portion
FE-percentage of the final exam SSW assignments turn-ins and deadlines portion (test-exam)
15.3 Grading scale to assess the students’ learning outcomes with a transformation into the traditional rating scale
|Credit system grade||Numbered equivalent||Percentage||Traditional system grade|
The policy of academic conduct (sample).
|№||Academic conduct criteria||Points*|
|2.||Using the cell phone||-|
|3.||Active participation in class discussions||+|
*Note: points decreasing the student’s rating are marked with minus (-), increasing – with the plus (+).