http://interval.louisiana.edu/courses/302/2015-sp-302-grading-policy.html
### Math. 302-02 , Summer,
2015 Required Work

**Instructor: R.
Baker Kearfott, **Department
of Mathematics, University of
Louisiana at Lafayette

**Office hours and
telephone, Email: rbk@louisiana.edu.**
Assignments from Wiley Plus will be given on each section, there will be
several in-class exams, and an in-class final exam will be given.
Students are also urged to read the material before it is discussed in
class, so intelligent questions can be asked (as necessary), and
so class participation will be meaningful. A common rule of thumb is
that at least two hours of study will be spent outside of class for each
hour of study spent in class.

Warning:
The summer format for the course is more intense than
during a regular semester, with the material covered more rapidly.
It is important students attend all classes and not fall behind in
out-of-class reading and homework. Also note the syllabus is
designed for a regular semester. Although it has 40 lessons, we will
have at most 34 class periods to cover individual lessons. That
means we will cover more than one of the 40 topics on the syllabus per
class period.

### Math 302-02, Summer, 2015
Grading Policy

Wiley plus homework: 20%

Class participation: Interaction between instructor and students is meant to

aid students to increase their competency, to make the

experience both worthwhile and enjoyable.

Tests: 50%

Final Exam: 30%

You may estimate your letter grade from:
90%-100% = "A";

80%-89% = "B";

65%-79% = "C";

50%-65% = "D";

<50% = "F".