As a Questrom School of Business student, you are required to affirm that you have read Boston University’s Academic Conduct Code. Please review the following violations of the Conduct Code, which are stated in full in Section III in the link above, then sign by entering your name below.
Violations of the Academic Conduct Code
A. Cheating on examinations.
C. Misrepresentation or falsification of data
D. Theft of an examination.
E. Unauthorized conversation during examinations.
F. Knowingly allowing another student to represent your work as his or her own.
G. Forgery, alteration, or knowing misuse of graded examinations, quizzes, grade lists, or official records of documents …
H. Theft or destruction of examinations or papers
I. Submitting the same work in more than one course
J. Altering or destroying another student’s work or records
K. Violation of the rules governing teamwork.
L. Failure to sit in a specifically assigned seat during examinations.
M. Conduct in a professional field assignment that violates the policies and regulations of the host school or agency.
N. Conduct in violation of public law occurring outside the University that directly affects the academic and professional status of the student, after civil authorities have imposed sanctions.
O. Attempting improperly to influence the award of any credit, grade, or honor.
P. Intentionally making false statements to the Academic Conduct Committee or intentionally presenting false information to the Committee.
Q. Failure to comply with the sanctions imposed under the authority of this code.