- MWF: 1pm-2pm
- TR: 11am-12am
- or by appointment
Trigonometry by Stewart, Redlin, and Watson 1st edition
Computers and Calculators:
A calculator is required! Your Graphing Calculator must have function tables a TI-83 Plus or TI-83 is a good choice, especially if you will be taking a statistics course later; some other suitable calculators are TI-86, TI-89, TI-92). If you get a calculator other than the TI83 or TI84 I will not be able to show you how to use it. The inability to figure out your calculator could cost you.
- Homework 10%
- In class (Quizzes etc) 10%
- Projects 15%
- Tests (3) 45%
- Final 20% Grading will then be on a 90-100 is an A, 80-90 is a B, etc.
Academic dishonesty is a serious offense at the College because it diminishes the quality of scholarship and the learning experience for everyone on campus. An act of Academic Dishonesty may lead to sanctions including a reduction in grade, probation, suspension, or expulsion. Academic dishonesty includes cheating, fabrication, plagiarism, and facilitating academic dishonesty. You can find the college’s offcial policy in the Student Handbook in the Standards of Conduct Section, http://handbook.mscd.edu. In this class a first act of academic dishonesty will result in a grade of “0″ for the assignment, quiz, exam or Final and a second act will result in a grade of “F” for the course.
Students are allowed to speak to the instructor and to the class as a whole after being recognized by the instructor. Private conversations between students disrupt the learning environment and are not allowed. Students violating this policy will be given one warning and will then be asked to leave the classroom.
The NC policy has changed beginning with this semester. For a 100% refund the date is August 23 and for a 50% refund the date is September 1. The last day to obtain an NC is Friday Oct. 23. This is a hard deadline and will be enforced as such. The department will not approve any late NC requests. Students must request an NC through MetroConnect; faculty approval is no longer required. Holidays: Observance of religious holidays follows College policy, which is posted on the web at http://handbook.mscd.edu in the Academic and Campus Policies for Students section. Each student is responsible for understanding and abiding by the policy.
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities:
The Metropolitan State College of Denver is committed to making reasonable accommodations to assist individuals with disabilities in reaching their academic potential. If you have a disability that may impact your performance, attendance, or grades in this class and are requesting accommodations, then you must first register with the Access Center, located in the Auraria Library, Suite 116, 303-556-8387. The Access Center is the designated department responsible for coordinating accommodations and services for students with disabilities. Accommodations will not be granted prior to my receipt of your faculty notification letter from the Access Center. Please note that accommodations are never provided retroactively (i.e., prior to the receipt of your faculty notification letter.) Once I am in receipt of your official Access Center Faculty Notification Letter, I would be happy to meet with you to discuss your accommodations. All discussions will remain confidential. Further information is available by visiting the Access Center website