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Responsibilities

Students will be expected to participate in the class discussion forum by posting questions, responding to questions posted by other students and/or commenting on discussion questions designated in the readings or lessons.

 

Students will be expected to fulfill all course requirements which include writing assignments, discussion forum posts and interaction, learning journal entries, reading assignments, quizzes, exams and other requirements as necessary. All UoPeople courses are 3 credit hours, so students will be expected to devote approximately 15 hours per week, per course, for studying, reading lectures, writing exercises and assignments and posting to their online open forums. Students are expected to complete and pass all courses of study required for the program the student is enrolled in. For information on the number of credits, courses required, and all other program specific requirements, please see the University Catalog.


Code of Conduct
University of the People expects that students conduct themselves in a respectful, collaborative and honest manner at all times.


The University has a strict code of conduct to which students shall adhere. The full Code of Conduct is available in the Catalog.


Members of the UoPeople community have a personal responsibility to integrate this code into all aspects of their UoPeople experience.

Students will be expected to participate in the class discussion forum by posting questions, responding to questions posted by other students and/or commenting on discussion questions designated in the readings or lessons.

 

Students will be expected to fulfill all course requirements which include writing assignments, discussion forum posts and interaction, learning journal entries, reading assignments, quizzes, exams and other requirements as necessary. All UoPeople courses are 3 credit hours, so students will be expected to devote approximately 15 hours per week, per course, for studying, reading lectures, writing exercises and assignments and posting to their online open forums. Students are expected to complete and pass all courses of study required for the program the student is enrolled in. For information on the number of credits, courses required, and all other program specific requirements, please see the University Catalog.


Code of Conduct
University of the People expects that students conduct themselves in a respectful, collaborative and honest manner at all times.


The University has a strict code of conduct to which students shall adhere. The full Code of Conduct is available in the Catalog.


Members of the UoPeople community have a personal responsibility to integrate this code into all aspects of their UoPeople experience.