Carl Jung’s Psychology of the Soul
Office: Margaret Brent Hall 104
Office Hours: Fridays, 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (or by appointment)
Summary, Point, & Question Assignments [SPQs] (18)
270 (15 pts each)
How to Read Jung Passages [HTRJs] (9)
90 (10 pts each)
Fifth Business Summaries and Reflections [FBs] (3)
Surfacing Summaries and Reflections [SURs] (3)
30 (10 pts each)
30 (10 pts each)
Final Grade Values
900 to 919 = A-
880 to 899 = B+
820 to 879 = B
800 to 819 = B-
780 to 799 = C+
700 to 719 = C-
680 to 699 = D+
620 to 679 = D
600 to 619 = D-
599 & below = F
Track your progress on Blackboard
Available at the Campus Bookstore
1. Jung, C. G. Memories, Dreams, Reflections
2. Tacey, D. The Jung Reader
3. Tacey, D. How to Read Jung
4.Davies, R. Fifth Business
5. Atwood, M. Surfacing
Additional required readings will be posted
“Participation” means (1) wakeful presence, (2) preparation of reading assignments, (3) active involvement in class interactions, (4) punctual arrival at the beginning of class, (5) having the assigned text and/or printed article in hand (running out of pay-for-print does not justify coming without the text), and (6) timely completion of all writing assignments and exams, (7) keeping of any appointments made outside of class. Lack of any of these will affect the grade, excessive lack is reason for dismissal from the class. Participation will be evaluated after the last class before Spring Recess and at the end of the class.
Attendance is required, though I will allow three free days-off during the semester. Without regular attendance, students do not tend to do well in the class. A note from a doctor, dentist, coach, or funeral director will render any absence excused. The note is due to me within one week of the absence. Without such a note, of after the one week period, the absence will not be excused. Please note that a phone call or email message saying that you are ill is not sufficient, nor is a note from the health center confirming an appointment. I take note of late arrival to class. Three late arrivals count for one undocumented absence. Each undocumented absence results in a 20 point reduction from the final score.
Website, Online Syllabus, and Computer Failure.
This online syllabus can be accessed through the Blackboard course page but I recommend that you bookmark it so as to bypass BB when it goes down. Computer failure is not a valid excuse for a late assignment. If you have a broken or unreliable computer, use the computers at the college. The syllabus is my best projection of how our time will be organized. I might alter the assignment schedule as appropriate or necessary, but I will not change the grading policies.
. . . in any form , including plagiarism of self or others, falsified documentation of a doctor’s note, etc. -- will not be tolerated. Cheating of any kind results, without exception, in an “F” for the course.
Food in class:
Class is not the place to have a meal. Very quiet snacks are acceptable.
Electronics in the class:
Use of cell
phones and smart phones is not allowed in the classroom at any times (please turn them off at the beginning of
each class period). Anyone who is seen
using a smart phone will be asked to leave the classroom and will be counted as
absent for that day. Continued use is
grounds for dismissal from the class.
Use of readers or tablets is allowed if it lays flat. Computers are not allowed in the classroom at any time, unless the student is authorized through student services to use one as a result of a disability. Cell phones do not count as a reader or tablet. The reason for this policy is the widespread misuse of computers in class when allowed.
Email: Please Note
Students are responsible for checking the online
syllabus and their email every day. I will announce any and all changes via email
-- e.g., a changed deadline or altered reading assignment.
I do not accept any assignments by email except by prior arrangements.
Course Learning Objectives