Subject Name: Sustainable Enterprise
Subject Code: LB5203:03
Study Period: SP22, 2014
Study Mode: Internal / External / Block
This subject outline has been prepared by [insert your name] for the School of Business, Faculty of Law, Business and the Creative Arts, James Cook University. Updated 21 July 2014.
Q1. This subject is offered across more than one campus and/or mode and/or teaching period within the one calendar year. | Yes | No |
Q2. If yes [Q1], the design of all offerings of this subject ensure the same learning outcomes and assessment types and weightings. | Yes | No |
Q3. If no [Q2], ...view middle of the document...
Please ensure that you have read the entire subject guide in full.
1.1 Staff contact details
The following staff members are responsible for the preparation or delivery of this subject. Please contact the relevant staff member if you have any concerns during the study period.
Teaching team | Staff member | Campus | Room | Phone# | Email | Consultation times* |
Subject Coordinator | Philip Pearce | TSV | | | | |
Lecturer | Ian Kirkwood | BNE | 607 | 3001 7800 | email@example.com | Last hour of |
Tutor | Chris Eades | BNE | 608 | 3001 7800 | firstname.lastname@example.org | every class |
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*Other consultation times by appointment only. # other contact modes – Skype address
1.2 Student participation requirements
The JCU Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy (4.3) indicates that, “a 3 credit point subject will require a 130 hour work load of study-related participation (including class attendance) over the duration of the study period, irrespective of mode of delivery”. This work load comprises timetabled hours and other attendance requirements, as well as personal study hours, including completion of assessment requirements. Note that “attendance at specified classes may be a mandatory requirement for satisfactory completion of some subjects” (Learning, Teaching and Assessment Policy, 5.9); and that additional hours may be required per week for those students in need of English language, numeracy or other learning support.
Key subject activities | Summary of Activities | Day/Date | Room/ Location |
Refer to detailed plan – Section 5 | | | |
Lectures 1 to 5 | Case studies | July 21st to Aug 22nd | TBA |
Lectures 6 & 7 | Discussions | Sep 1st to Sep 12th | TBA |
Lectures 8 & 9 | Discussions | Sep 15th to Sep 26th | TBA |
Lecture 10 | Revision and exam practice | Sep 29th to Oct 3rd | TBA |
Note: Attendance at every class is not mandatory but is highly recommended | | | |
For information on the days and times when lectures, tutorials, workshops, etc. are scheduled for all of your subjects, visit JCU Lecture Timetables on the jcub website.
1.3 Key dates
A summary of the assessable items for LB5203 is provided in the table below. Please read through the assessment details presented later in this subject guide.
Item | Supervised individual assessment | Weight | Due Date |
Census date | | | 14th August 2014 |
Last date to withdraw without academic penalty | | | see 2014 Study Period and Census Dates. 4th August 2014 |
1. Assessment Task 1 – Monitoring system assignment | | 50% | Due 18th September, 2014 (Wk 8)in class. |
2. Final Exam | x | 50% | Examination Period |
You must obtain a final mark of at least 50% to pass the subject. In addition, the expectation is to obtain at least an average of 50% over all invigilated components (supervised individual assessment) within a subject to pass the subject overall. Any student who does not...