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OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENTS: Assessment: Subset of multiple choice questions. See examinations section. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: READING ASSIGNMENTS: There are regular reading assignments from the textbook. These readings should be completed before the class for which they are assigned. Page 1
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ATTENDANCE: Attendance at all class meetings is required. Exams are weighted heavily towards lecture material. I will cover material in the lecture that is not available in the textbook and, thus, missing class will result in lost points on exams. COURSE POLICIES : 1. RESPECT FOR THE HONOR CODE: Tulane University expects the highest level of academic honesty and integrity. Accordingly, all students must abide by principles of the honor code. This code states that all academic work is the result of the student’s own efforts and if a student has any doubts about how a particular assignment is affected by the honor code, it is his or her responsibility to consult the instructor for clarification. Academic dishonesty of any kind will not be tolerated in this course. For example, cheating on an exam is an honor code violation. Such incidents will be reported to the Honor Board and Dean Maryanne McGuire in accordance with the Code of Academic Conduct ( \code.htm ). A conviction of an honor code violation is a serious offense with grave consequences. Conviction of a first offense usually results in a WF for that course, and placement on disciplinary probation, and a notation on the student’s permanent record.
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