Below are links to important resources you may need as a Purdue Engineering Management Graduate student.
The information outlined in the academic regulations and policy page list some of the important regulations that are overseen by the Registrar’s Office.
The information outlined in the Graduate School Policies and Procedures handbook are the minimum standards. Departments are allowed to raise the minimum standards for each of their programs.
Incomplete grades are given when an unavoidable event happens which interrupts the completion and does not require the student to retake the course. However, there are strict rules about incomplete grades. Rule four on this page specifically addresses incomplete work.
If you need to drop your final class or need to withdraw from the University altogether, please follow the procedures laid out on this website.
Purdue University values intellectual integrity and the highest standards of academic conduct. To be prepared to meet societal needs as leaders and role models, students must be educated in an ethical learning environment that promotes a high standard of honor in scholastic work. Academic dishonesty undermines institutional integrity and threatens the academic fabric of Purdue University. Dishonesty is not an acceptable avenue to success. It diminishes the quality of a Purdue education, which is valued because of Purdue's high academic standards.
Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities
The OSRR office is a multipurpose service focusing on student rights and standards, and support of individuals rights.
Students are expected and required to abide by the laws of the state of Indiana and of the United States and the rules and regulations of Purdue University, to conduct themselves in accordance with accepted standards of social behavior, to respect the rights of others, and to refrain from any conduct that tends to obstruct the work of the University or to be injurious to the welfare of the University. A student who violates these general standards of conduct may be subject to informal actions and/or disciplinary sanctions.
If you would like to appeal a grade, follow the process outlined on this website. You should make every attempt to clear up any confusion with your professor before filing a grade appeal.
Academic Probation and Dismissal
A graduate student is expected to maintain a graduation index representing a B average (3.0/4.0 GPA.) or better. A student's progress will be reviewed each session by the student's department. The student's progress also may be reviewed by the Graduate School. Should the student fail to perform on a level acceptable to the advisory committee, the departmental graduate committee, or the dean of the Graduate School, he or she may be asked to discontinue graduate study at Purdue.
University requirements state that no grade of "D" or "F" is allowed in a course on the plan of study. Any plan of study course in which a grade of "D" or "F" is received must be repeated and completed successfully; it cannot be dropped from the plan of study.