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FIN 1750 50 Personal Finance Fall 2015, 6 Explain the factors that influence the availability of financial services List the types of. services and financial institutions commonly used by consumers. 7 Discuss factors that influence consumer buying decisions and identify strategies for. effective purchasing, 8 Describe basic consumer rights and responsibilities. 9 Describe the role of planned borrowing in personal financial management. 10 Discuss decision considerations for making major purchases such as a home and. automobile, 11 Explain the meaning and purpose of the major types of insurance. 12 Define significant personal finance terms, 13 Describe the relationship of retirement and estate planning to future financial well. Disability Students with medical psychological learning or other disabilities desiring reasonable. Accommodations academic adjustment accommodations or auxiliary aids to be successful in this class. should contact the Disability Resource Center Coordinator Baako Wahabu for. eligibility determination Proper documentation of impairment is required in order to. receive services or accommodations DRC is located in the North Plaza Building Visit or call. 652 7516 to schedule appointment to discuss the process DRC Coordinator determines. eligibility for and authorizes the provision of services. Dmail Important class and university information will be sent to your Dmail account This. information includes your DSU bill financial aid scholarship notices and notification of. dropped classes reminders of important dates and events and other information critical to. your success in this class and at DSU All DSU students are automatically assigned a Dmail. account If you don t know your user name and password go to www dixie edu and select. Dmail for complete instructions You will be held responsible for information sent to your. Dmail email so please check it often, Starfish In addition to faculty feedback in the classroom the University has adopted an online.
communication system called Starfish to provide instructors with the opportunity to give. students and their advisors written feedback on how the student is doing in passing the. class Students are encouraged to periodically check this system by going to My Dixie. and choosing the Starfish Academic Alerts menu option Students who appear to be in. need of additional assistance will receive an e mail and a personal contact by a. representative from the Student Success Center, Campus Academic Calendar http new dixie edu reg page calendar. Resources Computer Labs Udvar Hazy Building Library 2nd floor Smith Computer Center. Library http library dixie edu, Writing Center http dixiewritingcenter com. Testing Center http dixie edu testing, Tutoring Center http dixie edu tutoring. Policies for students related to University Functions http dixie edu humanres polstu html. Academic I believe that most students are honest and I don t want to punish everyone for the few. Integrity that aren t However I will not tolerate cheating and if I discover that it has occurred you. will fail the course Any time you take credit for work you did not do you are cheating. This includes getting the answers to homework problems from someone else copying. information from a library or internet source and presenting it as if it were your own words. plagiarism looking at someone else s answers on a quiz or exam and asking someone. who has already taken a test about what questions it contains I have tried to. design assignments and exams to minimize the temptation to cheat but it is not my job to. prevent you from cheating If you cheat and are not caught it doesn t mean that you. beat the system It means you violated the Student Code and forfeited your integrity. FIN 1750 50 Personal Finance Fall 2015, whether or not you are caught You will pay the price sooner or later. See Student Code http www dixie edu humanres policy sec5 533 html appeals. Grade Class Assignments 6 300 points 30, Quizzes 4 100 points 10.
Exams 3 300 points 30, Participation 150 points 15. Final Exam or Project 1 150 points 15, Total 1000 points 100. Points Grade, 1000 to 930 A, 900 to 929 A, 870 to 899 B. 830 to 869 B, 800 to 829 B, 770 to 799 C, 730 to 769 C. 700 to 729 C, 600 to 699 D, Below 600 F, Week Chapters Remarks.
1 Aug 26th, Course Introduction Assignments 1, 2 Sept 2nd. Chapter 1 Quiz 1, 3 Sept 9th Chapter 2 Exam 1, 4 Sept 16th. 5 Sept 23rd, 6 Sept 30st Chapter 4 Assignments 2 3. Chapter 5 Quiz 2, 7 Oct 7th Chapter 6 Exam 2, 8 Oct 14th. 9 Oct 21st, 10 Oct 28th Assignments 4 5, Chapter 10.
11 Nov 4th Exam 3, Chapter 11, 12 Nov 11th, FIN 1750 50 Personal Finance Fall 2015. 13 Nov 18th, 14 Nov 25th, Chapter 12 Assignments 6. Thanksgiving Break, Chapter 13 Quiz 4, 15 Dec 2nd, Chapter 14 Final Exam or Project. 16 Dec 9th, NOTE This tentative schedule is subject to CHANGE When any change occurs it will be announced in class. and I will inform you through Canvas, Important Dates to Remember.
Mon Aug 24 Classes begin, Thurs Aug 27 Last day for waitlist. Fri Aug 28 Last day to add classes online No signature needed. Tues Sep 1 50 Late registration payment fee, Wed Sep 2 Drop Audit fee begins 10 per class. Wed Sep 2 Residency Application deadline, Fri Sep 4 Last day for 100 tuition refund. Mon Sep 7 Holiday Labor Day, Mon Sep 14 Last day for tuition refund 50. Mon Sep 14 Pell Grant Census date, Wed Sep 14 Last day to drop without a W grade.
Fri Sep 18 Last day to add audit classes, Wed Oct 1 Fall 2015 Associates Degree Graduation Application deadline. Mon Oct 5 Block classes begin, Wed Oct 14 Midterm grades due. Oct 15 16 Semester break, Mon Oct 19 Last day to drop individual classes. Mon Oct 26 Spring and Summer 2016 class schedules available online. Mon Nov 2 Spring 2016 Bachelor s Degree Graduation Application deadline. Fri Nov 13 Last day for complete withdrawal, Nov 16 19 Spring Registration Opens. Nov 25 27 Thanksgiving break no classes, Fri Dec 11 Last day of classes.
Dec 15 19 Final exams, FIN 1750 50 Personal Finance Fall 2015. See the Academic Calendar on the DSU website for more information on block. Textbook Kapoor J R Dlabay L R Hughes R J amp Hart M M 2013 Focus on Personal purchases and investment retirement decisions which will help students meet the growing complexities of personal planning budgeting and consumer decision making FIN 1750 50 Personal Finance Fall 2015 Page 2 6 Explain the factors that

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