Homework | 100 |
Summaries | 50 |
Partnership | 50 |
Midterm Exam | 100 |
Quizzes |
100 |
Final Exam | 200 or 300 |
Total | 600 or 700 |
See http://www2.humboldt.edu/academicprograms/syllabus-addendum-campus-resources-policies
Students with Disabilities:Persons who wish to request disability-related accommodations should contact the Student Disability Resource Center in House 71, 826-4678 (voice) or 826-5392 (TDD). Some accommodations may take up to several weeks to arrange. Student Disability Resource Center Website. http://www.humboldt.edu/disability/
(If you are a student with a disability, please consider discussing your needs and possible accommodations with me as soon as possible.)
Add/Drop policy: See the University rules and dates related to the following:
No drops will be allowed
without "serious and compelling reasons" and a fee after
this date.
No drops allowed after this
date.
Students wishing to be graded with either CR or NC should make this request using the web registration procedures.
Students are responsible for knowing the
University policy, procedures, and schedule for dropping or adding
classes. Add/Drop
Policy
http://www.humboldt.edu/%7Ereg/regulations/schedadjust.html
Emergency
evacuation:Please review the evacuation plan for the
classroom (posted on the orange signs), and review Emergency
Operations
Website http://www.humboldt.edu/emergencymgmtprogram/index.php
for information on campus Emergency Procedures. During an
emergency, information can be found campus conditions at: 826-INFO
or at the Humboldt State
Emergency Website.
http://www.humboldt.edu/emergency
Academic
integrity: Students are responsible for knowing the
policy regarding academic honesty. https://www2.humboldt.edu/studentrights/academic-honesty.
Attendance and disruptive behavior:Students are responsible for knowing policy regarding attendance and disruptive behavior.https://www2.humboldt.edu/studentrights/attendance-behavior
This course contributes to demonstrating the following student learning outcomes for HSU graduates:
Effective communication through written and oral modes.
Critical and creative thinking skills in acquiring a broad base of knowledge and applying it to complex issues
Competence in a major area of study.
This course contributes to demonstrating the following
Mathematics Department goals and student learning outcomes: [See MOODLE
for full list.]
Goal 1: (All Students): To provide students with quantitative reasoning skills and enhanced mathematical and statistical literacy for productive citizenship.
Goal 3: (Mathematics majors and minors): To provide students with a strong foundation suitable for teaching, pursuit of a career in a quantitative discipline, or graduate study.
Goal 3a: To provide students with knowledge of broad mathematical concepts that are the foundation of the discipline.
Goal 3c: To stimulate curiosity, encourage persistence and develop mathematical maturity.
Outcome 1:(Competence in Mathematical Techniques) Students demonstrate competence in the field of Mathematics, including the following skills:
1.3 The ability to read, evaluate, and create mathematical proof.
1.5 The ability to analyze the validity and efficacy of mathematical work.
Outcome 2: (Fundamental Understanding) Students demonstrate a fundamental understanding of the discipline of mathematics, including:
2.1 The historical development of the main mathematical and statistical areas in the undergraduate curriculum.
2.2 The ability to apply knowledge from one branch of mathematics to another and from mathematics to other disciplines.
Outcome 3: (Communication) Students demonstrate fluency in mathematical language through communication of their mathematical work, including demonstrated competence in
3.1 Written presentations of pure and applied mathematical work that follows normal conventions for logic and syntax.
3.2 Oral presentations of pure and applied mathematical work which are technically correct and are engaging for the audience.