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BUSN 7250X/PSYC 7246G: International Human Resource Management: Course Requirements and Assessment

OER for Prof. Hervé Queneau (Summer II, 2021)


The final grade is based on:

  1. A final exam (400 points)
  2. Discussion questions (200 points)
  3. A country briefing (400 points)

The maximum possible number of points is 1,000 points.

A. Final Exam (400 points)

The final exam will cover weeks 1-4 and will consist of 4 short-essay questions. The final exam will be administered online. The time window to take the final exam will open on Monday, August 16th at 12:01 and end on Monday, August 16th at 11:59 pm.

On Blackboard, the final exam will be located under “Assignments”, “Final Exam”. Once you log into the final exam, you will have three hours to complete it. Please note that once you log into the final exam, you cannot go back and take the exam at a different time. Once you are finished answering the 5 short-essay questions, you should hit the “Submit” button.

B. Discussions (200 POINTS)

In an online course, participation is critical to enhance student learning. During Weeks 1-4, students are expected to answer each week one discussion question (DQ). The DQ is posted on the Discussion Board on Blackboard.

Students should post their answer to the DQ by Tuesday 11:59 pm. They are also expected to participate in the Discussion Board by making at least 2 replies to the answers to the discussion question of other students by Thursday 11:59 pm. Each weekly discussion is worth up to 50 points.

C. Country Briefing (400 POINTS)

Each student will develop a PowerPoint presentation examining the labor market and workplace characteristics of a country of his/her choice. Each PowerPoint presentation should have between 10 and 15 slides and include detailed notes. You should post your Country Briefing on your personal page on Blackboard using the File Exchange tool by Sunday, August 15th 11:59 pm.


When your slides are accessible, you unlock your content to everyone and people with differing abilities can read and use your slides. You learn, for example, how to add alt texts to images so that people using screen readers are able to listen to what the image is all about. You'll also learn how to use the Accessibility Checker to make sure your presentation is inclusive before sharing it.

-- Microsoft Office Support "Make your PowerPoint presentations accessible to people with disabilities"


Grades:  Will be assigned as follows:

Grades Average (%)
A+ 100–96
A 95-93
A- 92-90
B+ 89-86
B 85-83
B- 82-80
C+ 79-76
C 75-73
C- 72-70
D+ 69-66
D 65-63
D- 62-60
F Below 60