7. Student Honor Code You are expected to abide by the Kelley School of Business Honor Code in this course. Student responsibilities with regard to scholastic honesty are described in detail in the Student Honor Code at . Violations of the Student Honor Code are subject to disciplinary penalties, including the possibility of a failing grade in the course and/or dismissal from the university. If you are aware of academic misconduct by others, please contact me. All reported incidents of academic misconduct will be kept confidential. 8. Student Teams / Participation Failure to participate in team assignments is a VIOLATION OF THE STUDENT HONOR CODE. Failure to participate will not be tolerated. Any team has the right, by action of unanimous vote, to TERMINATE not-participating students from the team with approval of the instructor. You are expected to perform in a professional manner as though you are in an actual work environment. Your participation score will be determined by your teammates and at the Instructor’s discretion. 9. Exams Exams are take home, open book format. However, they are timed and delivered via Canvas. If you are caught cheating during an exam, you will receive an “F” for the course due to academic misconduct and the incident will be reported to the University. As reflected in the course schedule, there will be a total of two exams. The exams will cover readings, tutorials, homework, software, and class discussions. The exams may consist of the following: multiple- choice, fill in the blank, true/false, and short problems. Typically, exams follow a CPA exam format of multiple choice with 4 options. The exams are generally not comprehensive but some material, by its very nature, builds on previously learned concepts. You are required to take the final exam at the time designated. Make-up exams will be given only in extraordinary circumstances. If you expect to miss an exam, please discuss this with me before the scheduled date. Written documentation, such as a letter from a doctor, coach, another instructor, obituary, etc. Is required before you can make up the exam. If you have an unanticipated, unavoidable emergency that causes you to miss a scheduled exam, you must communicate with the Instructor prior to the start of the exam and be able to provide independent third party documentation ( e.g., doctor's note for the date of the exam, including notation that the student is too sick to be in class the day of the exam). Students with an excused absence from an exam will either be required to take a makeup exam or will have additional weight added to their next exam score in determining their final course grade. I will decide which of the two alternatives apply, according to the circumstances. Make-up exams will be scheduled as needed. Graded exams will not be allowed to be kept but will be available for review during office hours.
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