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Undergraduate Manual and Policies

Undergraduate Manual

The Undergraduate Studies Manual is intended for students currently enrolled in the BS civil engineering and BS environmental engineering degree programs. Since most information is now easily accessible online, the focus of the manual is to supplement the available information and to provide answers to many of the frequently asked questions.

Questions regarding undergraduate policies and advisement may be directed to the Director of Undergraduate Studies.

CSEE Computing Lab Policies

Access to the 208 Ketter and 215 Jarvis computing labs is a privilege provided to students in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering. All students are required to follow the CSEE Computing Lab Policies (PDF), as well as the university-wide policies on computing and network use.

Ethics, Professionalism and Academic Integrity

Ethics is a vital part of the engineering profession. As such, engineering students are expected to learn to act with honesty, fairness and integrity. In addition, all UB students are bound by the university’s policies on academic integrity, which address issues of plagiarism and other dishonest acts.