Note on Academic Integrity Revisit the fundamentals of grammar throughout your writing life. Rereading and revising your own writing with a strong awareness of the rules and guidelines for clear expression can help you clarify your thoughts not just to others but yourself.
Last day to submit completed request through step 3 below Fall 12 pm noonOctober 13, Winter 12 pm noon February 2, Spring 12 pm noon April 27, Approved dual-degree programs The Undergraduate Catalog should be consulted for further details.
If a student is on academic probation at the end of the term, probation may continue in the new school. The program addition is not in effect until final grades are posted and any pending charges of academic dishonesty have been resolved.
Approved dual-degree program additions take effect at the beginning of the following quarter. Quarter-specific deadlines are listed below. Students will be notified of a decision in time to plan for registration for the upcoming term.
The deadlines below are relevant for currently enrolled students wishing to ADD a dual-degree program. You and your current school receive an email confirming the successful submission of your application.
Obtain acknowledgement of your request from your current Undergraduate school to add the new program per the procedure below. When this is complete, your proposed school receives an email from your current school acknowledging your desire to add a dual-degree program.
The schools listed below are only those that offer currently approved dual-degree programs. Submits acknowledgement of your request to add dual degree via the online form. Obtain approval of addition of dual degree by proposed new Undergraduate school per the procedure below.
When this is complete, your proposed new school submits an online approval or denial of your request to add a dual-degree program. Follow instructions contained in the packet received at your information session e.JAPANESE Japanese I (1 Unit) First-quarter course of the beginning college-level sequence to develop basic literacy and oral proficiency in Japanese.
This course introduces the Hiragana and Katakana syllabaries and Kanji (Chinese characters). ENGLISH SW Summer Academic Workshop in Writing (1 Unit) An introduction to college writing.
Students learn how to use a process of planning, drafting, revising, and editing to write papers that are clear, concise, interesting, and persuasive. A Student-Organized Seminar (SOS) is a credit-bearing, P/N-course taken by a small group of undergraduate students who wish to explore a well-focused topic not already covered in, but deemed appropriate to, the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences curriculum.
Academic Integrity In accordance with WCAS policy on Academic Integrity, the English Department refers all cases of suspected academic dishonesty to the Assistant Dean for . Professor Omar M. Yaghi University of Berkeley (United States) Omar M. Yaghi is the James and Neeltje Tretter Chair Professor of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley, and a Senior Faculty Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
Undergraduate Student Resources; Submenu for: Resources. Resources Home point to areas you will need to flesh out in your essay, and inform you of relevant background material. on Northwestern’s policies regarding academic integrity—including individual school policies—may be found at Academic Integrity at Northwestern.