ACCT 116-001 Spring 2013 Rev

Accepted codes of ethical personal and civil conduct

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accepted codes of ethical, personal, and civil conduct when conversing online using email or engaging in any real time online chat sessions. Failure to abide by such codes of conduct and etiquette may result in expulsion from the course with a failing grade. Consult the official university code of student conduct for further information. ACADEMIC HONESTY Cheating and plagiarism are serious misconduct issues that result in negative consequences for all involved in the learning environment. Any serious misconduct of this nature will be addressed directly and expeditiously by LeBow College of Business and Drexel University. In order to protect and maintain a superior learning environment at LeBow College of Business, all students must review and adhere to Drexel University’s Academic Honesty Policy . For details, see: http://www.drexel.edu/studentlife/studenthandbook/Handbook.html (see Code of Conduct under Judicial Affairs ). Forms of academic dishonesty include plagiarism, fabrication, cheating, and academic misconduct. Students are responsible for the authenticity of material submitted both for individual and group work. The Hagerty Library offers a brief online tutorial for recognizing and avoiding plagiarism at: http://www.library.drexel.edu/resources/tutorials/plagiarism/plagiarism.html . If there is evidence that a violation of Drexel University’s Academic Honesty Policy has occurred, the faculty member indicates what sanction he/she believes is appropriate to the Department Head, who in turn will determine whether such a sanction is commensurate with the action and evidence, and if necessary makes adjustments to the sanction. For the first infraction, the sanction may include: An "F" for the assignment or exam Reduction of course grade Failure for the entire course, with the inability to withdraw, or other action deemed appropriate by the faculty member. Examples include, but are not limited to,
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ACCT 116  M ANAGERIAL  A CCOUNTING  F OUNDATIONS requiring the student to re-take the exam, re-complete an assignment, or complete an assigned exercise. COURSE PROCEDURES Dropping a Course: The end of the 2nd week is the last day for dropping a course. You may withdraw from a course until week 6 (April 14 th ), however you will still be responsible for the tuition due for that course after the 2 nd week has passed. Disability : Students with disabilities requesting accommodations and services at Drexel University need to present a current accommodation verification letter (AVL) to faculty before accommodations can be made. AVL's are issued by the Office of Disability Services (ODS). For additional information, go to the ODS website at http://drexel.edu/disability/ . Following is the ODS contact information: Physical Address 3201 Arch Street, Suite 210, Philadelphia, PA 19104 Mailing Address 3141 Chestnut Street, 81-210, Philadelphia, PA 19104 Phone 215-895-1401 TTY 215-895-2299 Fax 215-895-1402 **All accommodations must be in place at least one week before an exam.
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