Even if the course syllabus fails to address the matter, students are obliged to be academically honest. By enrolling in a course, students are promising to be academically honest. As consequences for academic dishonesty, faculty may: • assign a performance grade of “F” for the assignment or test. • document the incident in the student’s Eastfield College file. • assign additional work. • take other appropriate disciplinary actions. Repeated violations may result in the student’s expulsion or suspension from the college. Students must understand that academic dishonesty carries serious consequences. However, if they believe they have received unfair treatment, students can file a grievance as described in the “Student Code of Conduct” in the Eastfield College Catalog or published in the DCCCD Catalog at ---- [July 2005] SUMMARY General Information College name EASTFIELD COLLEGE School of SOCIAL SCIENCE, HUMAN SERVICES AND BUSINESS G-237; 972 860-7156 WINTER TERM & 2016 Instructor Information Name A.W. MASSEY Office Telephone 972-860-7086 E-mail address [email protected]
Office number N-215 Office hours Virtual: on-line @ 9:00 – 10:00 pm CST Monday-Thursday [or CDT] (03:00 – 04:00 GMT) Course Information Course number Psychology 2301 Credit hours 3 Class meeting time Virtual – Online at any time Course title General Psychology Course description PSYC 2301: General Psychology surveys major topics in the study of behavior Factors which determine and affect behavior are examined. Psychological principles are applied to the human experience. Course prerequisites None Course objectives/ Learning outcomes See page 2 of this syllabus Core courses Intellectual Competencies and Exemplary Educational Outcomes identified by district discipline committees – see Exemplary Educational Objectives at: /Core+Curriculum. Also, see pages 2 and 3 of this syllabus WECM Courses SCANS competencies Developmental Courses The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is a statewide program designed to ensure that students enrolled in Texas public colleges and universities have the basic academic skills needed to be successful in college-level course work. The TSI requires assessment, remediation (if necessary), and advising of students who attend a public college or university in the state of Texas. The program assesses a student’s basic academic skills in reading, writing, and math. Passing the assessment is a prerequisite for enrollment in many college-level classes such as English 1201/1302, History 1301/1302, Math 1414, etc. Students who do not meet assessment standards may complete prerequisite requirements by taking developmental courses in the deficient area and passing them with a grade of C or higher. In some cases retesting will also e required. It is up to each student to be aware and informed about requirements that are subject to change. Additional information is available from the TSI Office in T170T or T170S (phone number 972-238-6225 or 972-238-3787 or at Specific course learning outcomes To demonstrate a mastery of the subject material as demonstrated by
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