CIVL3410

CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING

MICHAEL A. PEREZ

COURSE INFORMATION

INSTRUCTOR:
Michael A. Perez
 
 
OFFICE: 
Teaching Building A-510
 
OFFICE HOURS:
M: 9:00 -11:30
Tu: 12:30 - 15:30
Th: 12:30 - 15:30
 
**Feel free to email or stop by at any time**
 
EMAIL: map0032@auburn.edu
PH / WECHAT: 185 1349 7819
U.S. PH: (786) 493-9805
 
COURSE SYLLABUS
 
COURSE LOCATION:
Teaching Building A-518
  M: 13:00 - 16:25
  Tu: 8:00 - 11:30
  Th: 8:00 - 11:30
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ACADEMIC HONOR POLICY:                             AU ACADEMIC POLICY (FULL TEXT)
Select Excerpts: 
 

CHAPTER 1201 Violations

1201 Violations of the Student Academic Honesty Code are:

  1. The possession, receipt, or use of any material or assistance not authorized in the preparation of any essay, laboratory report, examination, or class assignment, to be submitted for credit as a part of a course or to be submitted in fulfillment of a university requirement. The possession, receipt, or use of unauthorized material while an exam or quiz is in progress, or cheating, will be a violation of the Code;

  2. Knowingly giving assistance to another person in such preparation;

  3. Selling, giving, lending, or otherwise furnishing to any other person any material which can be shown to contain the questions or answers to any examination scheduled to be given at some subsequent date in any course of study, excluding questions and answers from tests previously administered and returned to a student by the instructor;

 

CHAPTER 1202 Sanctions

1202 The following sanctions may be imposed for violation of the Student Academic Honesty Code by the Provost upon recommendation of the Academic Honesty Committee:

  1. A grade of F in the course in which the violation occurs, with the notation "assigned for academic dishonesty" being placed on the transcript for a designated length of time, and the grade of F being reported to both the dean of the college or school in which the student is registered and the Office of the Provost;

  2. A zero grade on the examination, project, paper, etc. with written notification to the dean of the college or school in which the student is registered;

  3. Suspension from Auburn University for a stated period of time during which the student will not be allowed to take any courses at Auburn University. Auburn University will not accept any credit for work earned at another institution during suspension. If the student has previously been subjected to sanctions for violations of the student academic honesty code, the minimum sanction will be suspension.

  4. Expulsion from Auburn University.

 

Academic Honesty Resources for Students

Example violations to highlight with regards to HWs and Exams:

  • Using unauthorized sources in preparation of your work.

  • Selling, giving, lending, or otherwise furnishing to any other person any material (homework assignments, tests, etc.), whether electronically or otherwise which can be shown to contain the questions or answers to any examination scheduled to be given at some subsequent date in any course of study, excluding questions and answers from tests previously administered and returned to a student by the instructor.

 
 

ASSIGNMENTS

ASSIGNMENTS

HOMEWORK 1 - DUE: MAY 16, 2016

 

HOMEWORK 2 - DUE: MAY 17, 2016

HOMEWORK 3 - DUE: MAY 19, 2016

HOMEWORK 4 - DUE: MAY 26, 2016

HOMEWORK 5 - DUE: MAY 27, 2016

HOMEWORK 6 - DUE: JUNE 3, 2016

HOMEWORK 7 - DUE: JUNE 6, 2016

COURSE EVALUATION - DUE: JUNE 7, 2016