JPE 600

JPE 600 Course

JPE 600 is the Laney Graduate School’s core seminar in scholarly integrity for new doctoral students that takes place each August and is geared for all entering doctoral students. Some PhD programs may enroll students later in their degree program: please check with your own graduate program administrator regarding their enrollment policy for this course.

The course is in a hybrid format: students must complete asynchronous work beginning in early August and engage in a one-day of Zoom and in-person sessions (this will take place on one day during the week before the start of classes). In 2024, this one-day live sessions of JPE 600 are projected to take place during the week of August 19-23, and therefore, students who are planning to complete this course must keep this week free and be able to come to campus for the in-person sessions. The in-person modules do not have remote alternatives and the asynchronous modules must be completed by their specific due dates. Students who cannot attend the live modules must wait until the next fall term to complete JPE 600. There will be no exceptions made to this policy and last-minute absences from any module or any incompletes will result in removal from the course.

Please check back in late Spring 2024 for updated information and exact dates. We plan for a more detailed schedule and full course information to be provided to enrolled students via Canvas on August 5.

Please note: If you have lab or other work responsibilities on this date, please be sure to inform your mentor or supervisor that you are enrolled in JPE 600 for the entire day. You must be available to attend the course the entire day (Zoom and in-person) to complete JPE 600.