(BUS 13) Class Administration
The Micro MBA: Entrepreneurial Business Management (BUS 13)
Stanford Continuing Studies Program
Spring Quarter 1998
Instructor: Kenneth L. Hess
The Continuing Studies Program asks that I remind everyone that only registered students who have paid their tuition and fees are welcome in the classroom. Anyone who has not yet done so should call the CSP automated registration at 650-725-5503. Call 650-725-2650 for questions
During the first class, I'll distribute a purple, grade option
form. The form is due on May 22, but I would appreciate it if
you turn in the form at the end of the first class. You can change
your mind at any time before May 22.
If you take this class for credit (either a letter grade or the
credit/no credit option), you are required to complete a five-page
paper, summarizing your analysis of the case "Living on Internet
Time (Netscape, Yahoo, Microsoft, NetDynamics)." This assignment
is due before class begins on May 28, 1998.
You are welcome to audit this class, and in fact, about 80% of continuing studies students do so. If you audit, you still must read the cases and articles. I will also expect you to participate in class.
If you want to talk to me about the class, I will make myself
available in the classroom starting at 6:30, one half hour before
class. I will also stay after class.
You may also send me an e-mail at:
<Please put "Bus13" in the subject of your e-mail message.>
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