Academic Integrity Code

Academic integrity is the backbone of our existence to continually rise to the challenge at the university and within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The academic community is bound by a fundamental trust of students and faculty undertake to facilitate honest work. We respect the work of others, paying our intellectual debts as we craft our own work. It is integral to the mission of Johns Hopkins University.

Enrolling in classes at the university acknowledges students commitment to the academic integrity code. Students are required to be familiar with the rights and responsibilities in each course in regards to requirements and restrictions regarding research, collaborative work and written material in addition to examinations. All tasks and assignments are to be completed according to the highest ethical standards as set forth by the university.

For more information on undergraduate ethics, see the guide on Academic Ethics for Undergraduate and university wide graduate policies on academic and research misconduct.

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