Teaching GuideTerm
Faculty of Economics and Business
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Grao en Administración e Dirección de Empresas
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Methodologies Competencies Description Qualification
Problem solving A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A8 A9 A10 A11 B1 B2 B3 B5 B6 B7 B8 C1 Solución de casos prácticos, que poderán ser presentados oralmente. 20
Guest lecture / keynote speech A1 A3 A6 A8 A11 B1 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B10 C4 C5 C6 C7 Se puntuará a asistencia e participación na aula. 20
Mixed objective/subjective test A1 A3 A6 A7 A8 A11 B1 B2 B7 C1 C8 Exames teórico-prácticos, valorados conforme se explica nas observacións. 60
Assessment comments

Exam texts will be written in Spanish. Exam texts in Galician will be available for students asking for them up to 15 days before the date of the exam.

Miixed objective/subjective test rules: Any device that permits external communication, or information storage is not allowed. Infringement of these rules will imply the student be assessed by oral presentation only.

Practices shall be submitted during the term, before the deadlines settled.

Non presented mark is only for students that did not attend assessment tasks over a 20% of the total.

Mixed objective/subjective test:

The first test will assess lessons 1 to 3, and it will take place, following the lectures on those lessons (normally in the middle of the term). Maximun grade is 3 marks. Students that passed this test (a minimum of 1,5 marks) don't need to repeat this test in the exam at the end of the term. Accordingly, those students will be assessed at the end of the term just about lessons 4 to 7, unless they hand in the solution for the exam about lessons 1 to 3. In that case, The best of the two assessments will be added to their grades.

As for the second opportunity (July), those student who didn't pass the mid-term exam will be assessed by the grades of the first or the second opportunity exam: the highest of both. Those student that passed the mid-term exam will be assessed for the best of a maximum of three grades for lessons 1 to 3, and for the grades achieved in the first or the second opporunity, the highest of them, for lessons 4 to 7.

Exams for lessons 4 to 7 have a maximum grade of 3 marks. In order to pass the subject, a minimum of 1 mark is required for these lessons. Not passing the subject due to this requirement implies that no grades for mixed objective/subjective tests will be added to the final marks.

Problem solving: Up to 2 marks will be added for individual or group tasks, with or without oral presentation.

Every task shall be submitted to the teacher before the related deadline. Once submitted the solved tasks, two tests will be scheduled to individually assess the task. The first test will comprise lessons 1 to 3, and the second, lessons 4 to 7. Those test will and a maximum of 1 mark each to the total marks of the student.

Guest lecture/keynote speech:

Task in class will be assessed at a maximum ot 2 marks, provided that the students attain a minimum of a 70% attendance.

Second opportuinity assessment special issues:

Apart from the aforementioned assessment rules, the same requirements and criteria will be applied in the second opportunity assessment, unless they would be in conflict with the University of A Coruña or the Faculty general regulation. However, those students that didn't pass the subject in the first opportunity will be assessed at a maximum of 6 points in the second opportunity.Part-time students with academic permission not to
attend the classes will have to contact the teacher by the tenth day of the
term, in order to receive an individual tutorial schedule, which will include
dates for the multiple-choice questions test. Exams for these students will be
held on the same date as the rest of the students.

Just for the advanced
call, students will take a mix test, in order to assess all the competencies
and contents of the subject.

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