Computer & Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Dept
Academic Integrity Policy
All work in a course, unless the course is explicitly designed for team projects, must be completed solely by the student who submits the work. Students are encouraged to collaborate while learning the material but must complete each assignment on their own.
Any student who submits an assignment that violates academic integrity may, at the discretion of the faculty of record for that course, receive a zero for that assignment or be asked to complete the assignment again. Violations may also be forwarded to the CSUB Coordinator of Student Discipline & Judicial Affairs.
Violations to academic integrity include but are not limited to:
o using any form of notes during a closed notes exam o getting aid from or giving aid to another student during an exam o copying any material verbatim from another source and calling it your own o downloading papers or solutions to assignments off the Internet o soliciting assistance or paying someone to complete an assignment o obtaining unauthorized solution manuals or homework solutions o copying another student's document or code in whole or in part o giving your work to another student who then submits it o copying written material without citing it properly o submitting the same paper in multiple courses without prior approval
Computer science students are expected to take reasonable precautions to safeguard their own code by setting permissions on source directories to 700.Academic honesty extends to computer use. All students are expected to adhere to the department's Acceptable Use Policy. http://www.cs.csub.edu/acceptable-use.php