ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Arts - Community Service-Learning
An interdisciplinary introduction to community and civic engagement for students interested in preparing the groundwork for undertaking further experiential educational opportunities (e.g., Internships, Study Abroad, CSL).
This 6-hour Ethics and Academic Citizenship course provides foundational knowledge of ethical principles and relevant university policies, including: academic integrity, plagiarism, introduction to research ethics, conflict of interest, and workplace ethics and self-care. Master's students who have already completed the INT D 710 Ethics and Academic Citizenship course and pursue a second master's degree are not required to repeat the course.
This 2-hour course provides advanced treatment of ethical principles, including: research and scholarship, intellectual property, academic citizenship, and ethical principles in university teaching. While this advanced course is only required for all Doctoral students, it is open to any graduate students who have already completed the INT D 710 Ethics and Academic Citizenship course, and who wish to participate in the advanced modules. Prerequisite: INT D 710.