BU 111: Fall 2014 Course Introduction. Topics of Discussion – Week 1. Introductions and Expectations Instructor Students Course Critical success factors Environmental Analysis Models. Course Introduction & Objectives. What do I need and where do I get it?.
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Required materials (in bookstore):
- course instructions, slides, grades, assignment
guidelines, peer evaluations
- Pearson resources (need access code – cannot register here until after you register for a lab)Course Websites
1. Individual mark may be adjusted based on peer evaluations
2. Must pass at least one exam to pass course
web.wlu.ca/sbe/bu111 on Tuesday, September 9th from 8:00 a.m.
click the link that says “Click Here for Lab Registration”and follow instructions carefully
DO NOT LOGIN until you have registered an account first!
select school, program and lecture section
register in an appropriate lab
“D” lab – Double Degree BBA Laurier/UWaterloo Math or Computing
“B” lab – BBA single degree, DD BBA/Fin. Math or BBA/Laurier Computing
LAB MUST FIT INTO YOUR SCHEDULE IN WINTER AS WELL
Use your WLU Student Identification Number (UW number plus a “zero”)
There are prompts and reminders to assist you throughout the site. However, if you still have questions, click the support link on the site.Lab Registration Instructions
Register for Pearson resources AFTER lab registration
Pearson site contains:
Instructions posted on course website
Learning Skills & SI support
Pearson online resources
1st Year Stock Market Competition
Fri., Sept. 19, 2:30-3:50 in BA201
Top prizes = tour and network at RBC headquarters + job interview
Register Sept. 22 – 26
Runs Sept. 29 – Dec. 1
See course website for details
Have an awesome term!