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Academic Integrity 

Academic honesty is a necessary condition for a successful education program. Lasting and meaningful relationships of trust within the MBA and MS programs community cannot be built without honest and Professor Teaching in a Rawls Hall Classroomethical conduct inside and outside the classroom. Each student in the MBA and MS programs is expected to adhere to Purdue University’s Academic Integrity: A Guide for Students. In addition, each student is expected to understand and adhere to academic honesty and ethics policies as outlined by instructors in course syllabi.

 

If at any point a student has a question or concern related to academic integrity, we strongly encourage the student to take their concern immediately to the course instructor and or a member of the MBA and MS programs staff. Students may also report an incident of academic dishonesty to the Dean of Student’s office via the online incident report system. Ensuring academic honesty in the community is the responsibility of each and every student and faculty member. 

Academic Integrity Resources

Purdue University – Academic Integrity: A Guide for Students

Purdue University – Code of Honor

Purdue University – Student Code of Conduct

Purdue University – Incident Report

Academic Advising

Each Master’s program has an established curriculum set forth by faculty. Students seeking advice for how to matriculate through the established curriculum for their program may speak with a member of the MBA and MS programs advising staff. Faculty for each academic areas can also assist students with information about academic option areas or course selection.

  • Course Registration – MBA, MSHRM, MSIA Students – All MBA, MSHRM, and MSIA students register for courses via the myPurdue system and make changes to their schedule in accordance with policies and procedures set forth by Purdue University Registrar’s Office. The myPurdue system is the official university record for a student’s class registration and grades.
  • Registration PINs – During each registration period, the MBA and MS programs advising staff issues each student a unique PIN that enables the ability to add or drop courses within the myPurdue system. Students typically receive a new PIN number for each semester via the Katalyst system at a date and time set forth by the MBA and MS programs advising staff. After a PIN is used for the first time in myPurdue, the PIN number is also visible in myPurdue via the registration tab.

First Year Students: Fall Course Registration and Add/Dropp Information

First year MBA, MSHRM, MSIA students register for fall semester module one and module two courses during Krannert Launch orientation. For both modules of the fall semester, students are assigned to teams of 4-6 students. These teams share a similar class schedule. The MBA and MS programs advising staff create teams and assign teams to a class schedule. Students meet their team and are provided with information about their class schedule during Krannert Launch Orientation.

Because the fall semester courses for MBA and MSIA students are all required, MBA and MSIA students may not add or drop courses during the fall semester unless their advisor has approved a change to their team and class schedule. MSHRM students have a more flexible fall semester curriculum and may add and drop courses as directed within the dates and procedures set forth by the Purdue University Registrar’s Office. See academic resource links below for more information about add/drop dates and procedures.

First Year Students: Spring Course Registration and Add/Drop Information

First year MBA, MSHRM, MSIA students typically register for spring semester courses during the late October to early November time frame.  Students are provided with information about available courses, registration timelines, and registration procedures via e-mail and the Krannert Life newsletter.  The MBA and MS programs advising staff do not create teams or class schedules for first-year students during the spring semester.  Students may choose their own class schedule and team creation is handled within each individual course as directed by the course instructor.


During module three, students may add and drop courses as directed within the dates and procedures set forth by the Purdue University Registrar’s Office.  See academic resource links below for more information about add/drop dates and procedures.  During module four, the Master’s programs operate on a schedule different from the rest of Purdue’s campus.  This schedule difference causes the Master’s programs to operate on a course add/drop schedule that differs from the rest of the University.  Information about fourth module course add/drop dates will be publicized in advance by the MBA and MS Programs advising staff via e-mail and the Krannert Life newsletter.

First Year Students: Summer Course Registration and Add/Drop Information

MSIA students typically register for summer courses during module four of the spring semester. Students are provided with information about available courses, registration timelines, and registration procedures via e-mail and the Krannert Life newsletter.  The MBA and MS programs advising staff do not create teams or class schedules for MSIA students during the summer semester.  Students may choose their own class schedule and team creation is handled within each individual course as directed by the course instructor.  MBA and MSHRM students may take summer courses if they are on campus during the summer months.

During the summer semester, the Master’s programs operate on a schedule different from the rest of Purdue’s campus.  This schedule difference causes the Master’s programs to operate on a course add/drop schedule that differs from the rest of the University.  Information about summer module course add/drop dates will be publicized in advance by the MBA and MS Programs advising staff via e-mail and the Krannert Life newsletter.

Second Year Students: Fall Registration and Add/Drop Information

Second year MBA, MSHRM, MSIA students typically register for fall semester courses during module four of the spring semester.  Second year students typically register for courses before first-year students.  Students are provided with information about available courses, registration timelines, and registration procedures via e-mail and the Krannert Life newsletter.  The MBA and MS programs advising staff do not create teams or class schedules for second year students during the fall semester.  Students may choose their own class schedule and team creation is handled within each individual course as directed by the course instructor.

During the fall semester, students may add and drop courses as directed within the dates and procedures set forth by the Purdue University Registrar’s Office.  See academic resource links below for more information about add/drop dates and procedures.

Second Year Students: Spring Course Registration and Add/Drop Information

Second year MBA, MSHRM, MSIA students typically register for spring semester courses during the late October to early November time frame.  Second year students typically register for courses before first year students.  Students are provided with information about available courses, registration timelines, and registration procedures via e-mail and the Krannert Life newsletter.  The MBA and MS programs advising staff do not create teams or class schedules for second year students during the spring semester.  Students may choose their own class schedule and team creation is handled within each individual course as directed by the course instructor.

During module three, students may add and drop courses as directed within the dates and procedures set forth by the Purdue University Registrar’s Office.  See academic resource links below for more information about add/drop dates and procedures.  During module four, the Master’s programs operate on a schedule different from the rest of Purdue’s campus.  This schedule difference causes the Master’s programs to operate on a course add/drop schedule that differs from the rest of the University.  Information about fourth module course add/drop dates will be publicized in advance by the MBA and MS Programs advising staff via e-mail and the Krannert Life newsletter.

MSF and MSA Students

The Continuing Education and Conferences (CEC) office, in cooperation with the MBA and MS programs office, registers MSF and MSA students for courses in all semesters of their program. The MBA and MS programs advising staff will provide MSF and MSA students with courses and a and course schedule during each semester/module of the program. MSF and MSA students cannot make changes to their course schedules on their own via the myPurdue system. Any schedule changes for MSF or MSA students must take place via the MBA and MS programs advising staff.

Katalyst and Course Registration

Katalyst is the a course management system utilized by Master’s program courses. Courses added via the myPurdue system become visible in Katalyst within approximately 24 hours of a schedule modification within the myPurdue system. Additionally, registration PIN numbers for each semester are available in Katalyst at the time and date set forth by the MBA and MS programs advising staff. Please note that myPurdue, not Katalyst, is the University’s official record of your course registrations and grades.

Course Registration Resources:

Purdue University’s Registrar’s OfficeAdd/Drop Deadlines and Procedures