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AEM General Course Syllabi



Undergraduate Courses
Lower Division
Upper Division Required Courses
Technical Elective Courses
Other Courses
Graduate (and seniors) Courses
First Year Graduate Courses
Graduate Courses


Academic Policies on Grades and Scholastic Dishonesty

These syllabi do not have term specific information. Your instructor will provide you with a syllabus for your particular course. Some courses have have term specific web pages (current students only).

All students must be aware of University Policies listed on the AEM Standard Syllabi Statement. In addition this page lists the information that your instructor must provide you on a term specific syllabus.

Up to date Central University Information is available on the OneStop Course Information Page. These pages list current instructors, schedules, textbooks, etc.



Undergraduate

Lower Division

Upper Division Required Courses

Technical Elective Courses

Other Courses

Graduate (and seniors) Courses

First Year Graduate Courses

Graduate Courses


Grades:

Grading standards will be consistent with those found on the web at http://www.policy.umn.edu/Policies/Education/Education/GRADINGTRANSCRIPTS.html. The amount and quality of work required for a grade of S will be no less than that for a C-. A grade of I instead of N will only be assigned when, due to extraordinary circumstances, a student is not able to complete the work of the course on time. A written agreement between the instructor and the student as to the time and manner that the student will complete the course requirements during the student's next period of enrollment.

Scholastic Dishonesty:

Students are responsible for knowing and following the University policies on Academic Integrity.

The CSE policy on scholastic conduct can be found at: http://cse.umn.edu/r/scholastic-integrity/.

The Regents Student Conduct Policy can be found at: http://www1.umn.edu/regents/policies/academic/Student_Conduct_Code.html .

The Office for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity (OSCAI) is responsible for Academic Integrity at the University and has useful resources for students that explain the conduct code and what is considered plagiarism. In addition they have information on the due process students have a right to and how to appeal an instructor's decision.


Last Modified: 2016-10-24 at 11:55:38 -- this is in International Standard Date and Time Notation