If you have questions about how your professionalism grade is being calculated

If you have questions about how your professionalism

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If you have questions about how your professionalism grade is being calculated or tracked, please ask. Your TA will have a spreadsheet with your professionalism points. ATTENDANCE (15%) Because of the heavy emphasis on workshop activities, attendance in Career and Professional Development is hugely important and is worth 15% of your final grade. If you are having trouble with attendance or the workload, please contact your TA or professor as soon as you are aware of the problem. Additionally, see the Business Communication Program attendance policy below. The Business Communication Program Attendance Policy The Business Communication Program (BCP) faculty view our classes as a partnership between faculty and students. The BCP faculty are committed to delivering an outstanding classroom experience. In return, students are expected to attend every class on time, fully prepared and ready to participate in class activities. Class videos, course web sites, or notes are not a substitute for attending class. Students are expected to schedule other obligations such as job interviews, club activities, and work outside of scheduled class times. Violations of the BCP attendance policy may lead to a grade reduction or failure of the class. See the table below for information on how your attendance grade is determined: Number of absences Points (out of 15) 0 1 15 2 10 3 5 More than 3 0 ACADEMIC HONESTY The integrity of any educational degree depends on the particular school’s reputation for promoting ethics, honesty, and professionalism. The Isenberg School of Management holds high expectations for ethical behavior; dishonesty carried out in this course in the form of cheating, falsification of materials, plagiarizing the work of others, or facilitating others’ acts of dishonesty, whether intentional or accidental, is unacceptable.
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4 Definition of Plagiarism The University’s academic honesty policy states: “Academic dishonesty is the attempt to secure unfair advantage for oneself or another in any academic exercise.” Please keep this basic definition in mind: plagiarism is the unprofessional, unethical, and usually illegal practice of not giving credit for ideas and materials that others have developed (i.e., not documenting or not attributing the source of your information). Plagiarism also includes using ideas or work you have developed in projects with other students, representing ideas taught by a teacher as your own, or even representing as original your own work that you’ve already submitted (or intend to submit) to another class. For International Students If you are an international student, note that cultures can have different rules for research and writing, and the guidelines you followed somewhere else may not apply in the U.S.
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