Academic Conduct

The University of Saskatchewan Council has approved a document entitled The Guidelines for Academic Conduct. The guidelines identify ethical behaviour expected from all those who work and learn at the university.

The guidelines include honesty and integrity expectations of graduate students. This includes their course work, including assignments and examinations, their research and scholarly activities for theses and dissertations, and their interactions with others in internship or practicum placements.


Conflict and Complaints

The Department of Psychology and Health studies does not accept harassment, abuse of power, or discrimination on the basis of age, race, religion, gender, sexual preference, or disabilities by any member of the department (Faculty, student, or staff). The procedures to guide the actions of students, faculty, and staff who have concerns about their working relationships within the department can be found here: Conflict and Complaints Procedure