Office Procedures II
Course Syllabus - OST132
Mrs. Melynda Barks Office #34 Hours: TBA
Phone (573) 518-2245 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Short Description of Course: This course is designed to prepare students to carry out responsibilities pertinent to an administrative assistant and/or any position in a business environment. Exercises for improving English skills will also be included.
Course Objectives (Learning Outcomes):
Course Content (Topical Units Taught):
Chapter 10 Computer HardwareChapter 11 Computer SoftwareChapter 12 ReprographicsChapter 13 TeleworkChapter 14 Filing Rules and ProceduresChapter 15 Records TechnologyChapter 16 Financial AnalysesChapter 17 Effective Meetings and ConferencesChapter 18 Travel ArrangementsChapter 19 Job Search and Advancement
Chapter 20 Leadership Theories and Behaviors
A. Attendance: Regular attendance is expected. A student may be dropped for non-attendance following excessive absences. Six absences is considered excessive for this course. If a Tuesday/Thursday class 4 absences is considered excessive. (two weeks) If a student plans to withdraw from the course, it is his/her responsibility to officially withdraw from the class.
B. Assignment Due Dates: The due date of each assignment will be announced with ample time to be turned in. No late work will be accepted. Missed Exams/assignments/lecture notes: : Missed lecture notes should be obtained from another student. MISSED EXAMS MAY NOT BE MADE UP. IT IS THE STUDENTS RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO ATTEND CLASSES ON DAYS OF THE EXAMS. THERE WILL BE ONE (1) TEST SCORE DROPPED AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER. If for some reason you are unable to attend class, please have assignments turned in on due date. No credit will be given for assignments after class time of due date.
C. Academic Honesty: Students who engage in dishonest acts such as plagiarism or other forms of cheating in meeting the requirements of this course will be notified by the instructor that they are receiving a 0 for the assignment and/or an F for the course. Students who wish to appeal the decision of the instructor on a matter of dishonesty may do so under the Procedural Policy for Disciplinary Action. (Under that policy, the student is subject to suspension from college for acts of dishonesty.)
D. Use of College Open Labs: Students may use only college software; no personal software is allowed in the labs. No college software will be illegally copied for personal, education, or business use. No college software or hardware may be removed from the labs. Personal, non-educational use of lab equipment and supplies is to be restricted. NO FOOD OR BEVERAGES ARE ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM. NO CELL PHONES ALLOWED.
30% = Assignments/Projects 20% = Pop Quizzes
30% = Exams 20% = Final
Final Grading Scale:
92-100% = A 82-91% = B 72-81% = C 60-71% = D
Special Needs: If any student will need any academic adjustments or auxiliary aids for this class due to disability, please advise the instructor after the first class meeting.
Revised January 2005