Computation of Grades

In order to pass this course you should obtain a grade of at least 50% on the final exam. If you score less than 50% on the final exam, then your final grade will be your score on the final exam. If your grade on the final exam is at least 50%, then your final grade will be calculated by the following formula:

Assignments: 20%
Midterm Exam: 20%
Presentation: 10%
Final Exam: 50%

Policies

Collaboration and Cheating

Students are encouraged to discuss general strategies for approaching the homework problems with other students. However, you should solve the problems yourself and all written work should be your own. Copying from another student is cheating and will not be tolerated - it also doesn't help you in the long run.

Students found cheating will be reported to the university. Punishment can range from receiving a zero on the assignment, to failing the course, to being expelled from the university. Allowing another student to copy your work is just as serious as copying. So if you copy from another student, you are putting their university career on the line too.

University of Ottawa Sexual Violence Support and Prevention Clause

The University of Ottawa does not tolerate any form of sexual violence. Sexual violence refers to any act of a sexual nature committed without consent, such as rape, sexual harassment or online harassment. The University, as well as student and employee associations, offers a full range of resources and services allowing members of our community to receive information and confidential assistance and providing for a procedure to report an incident or make a complaint. For more information, visit this website.