Student Honor Code: LMU-DCOM Anatomical Education Ph.D. Program

Students LMU-DCOM Anatomical Education Ph.D. Program are expected to demonstrate the highest degree of professional and academic integrity. Cheating or dishonesty on any assignment or exam is a violation of the student honor code, as is plagiarism. Graduate students are expected to exhibit professional and ethical conducts at all times, including treating peers, faculty and staff, and the general public with respect. Students must respect the diversity of others and avoid disparaging remarks or actions towards others based on one’s, race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age, ancestry, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information or any other factor. Students in the Anatomical Education Ph.D. Program are training for a professional career and will be involved in LMU-DCOM medical student instruction. Therefore, Ph.D. students are expected to dress in a professional manner.

Violations of the Student Honor Code are to be reported to the Director of the Anatomical Education Ph.D. Program or the Dean of students. Violations will be referred to the SPC for review and proper action, which may range from a simple warning to dismissal from the program.