Academic Dishonesty

Academic Dishonesty

There is a no tolerance policy for any instance of Academic Dishonesty in the Division of Math, Science, and Engineering. All courses follow the guidelines of the college and of the Division. Division polices can be found here: Math, Science, and Engineering Division Policy on Academic Integrity. College policies are defined in the course catalog. It is required that you understand these policies; ignorance will not be considered a justification for a violation of policies in any class.

Policies Specific to Computer Science

All assignments and individual labs should be completed solely by you. If you need assistance you may receive help from lab aides, the book, or your professor. You may not get assistance from classmates. You may not show or distribute your work to anyone in any computer science course. You may not copy any portion of code from another student or other resource. All work you submit must be your own. For partner labs, you may work with your partner only! If you need assistance you may, again, receive help from lab aides or your professor. Falsifying output rather than having your code produce the output you submit is considered an act of academic dishonesty. Be sure that the code you submit can produce the output you submit! Any other policies will be specifically detailed in your class syllabus.