Department of Mathematics
Student Handbook: Student Regulations
Every student is expected to know and comply with all policies and regulations stated in the University catalog, in the Student Handbook and in each semester's Master Schedule of Courses. Students are also expected to be aware of and responsible for their scholastic standing at all times, including their cumulative and major grade point average, number of credits completed and their progress toward meeting the specific graduation requirements for their chosen degree.
Students are expected to attend punctually and regularly all classes and are responsible for all work required in courses. The instructor will determine the effect of absences on grades and may permit or deny the privilege of making up the work, including exams, during the semester
Certain courses such as MATH 1150, MATH 1160, MATH 1350, MATH 1600 and MATH 1610 have specific attendance requirements. Contact the Department for further details.
Advanced Placement Credit Policy:
Students who take the Advanced Placement courses in Calculus and who have received a score of 4 or 5 will be granted 3 credits for the course equivalent of MATH 1600 - Calculus I and will be exempt from taking that course.
Common Exams for Multiple Sections:
Common exams are administered in the multi-section courses MATH 1150, MATH 1160, MATH 1350, MATH 1600, MATH 1610.
Dates such as pass/fail option, withdrawal from a course, filing for graduation, field experience, practicum, etc. must be adhered to strictly. No exceptions are made. For more information see the Semester & Final Exam Calendars on the Office of Registration Services' webpage.
Please read Academic Regulations for details on the following topics:
Academic Integrity Policy
Procedure for Retaking Courses
Appeal of Grade Procedure
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Course Substitution Policy