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The A.B. program at Princeton is intended to stretch students' minds and challenge their imaginations--to teach them to think and reason and document and prove, to cast a critical eye on conventional wisdom, to make sense of evidence, to read a text with care and critical insight, to conceptualize and solve problems, and to express themselves clearly and convincingly on paper and in discussion. Working within the general curricular framework, each undergraduate pursuing the A.B. degree is encouraged to develop an academic program in response to personal aspirations and interests.
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The B.S.E. program at Princeton is intended to educate future leaders in many different areas – including engineering practice and research, business and finance, public service, and other professions – through the teaching of fundamental engineering principles and techniques with their applications to modern problems in a global societal context. To this end, B.S.E.
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The publication Rights, Rules, Responsibilities defines policies and rules with respect to accepted standards of conduct for students. It also includes the constitution of the Honor Committee and a detailed account of standards governing academic integrity and behavioral conduct.
Jurisdiction over Undergraduates for Violations of Academic Rules and Regulations
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In keeping with a liberal arts philosophy, Princeton students are expected to be fully engaged members of an intellectual community, immersing themselves in the simultaneous study of a variety of disciplines before concentrating in one academic department. A Princeton undergraduate degree is grounded in a common experience of full-time residential study. The curriculum is designed in such a way that all students carry a similar course load and make adequate progress toward the degree (as described herein).
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The Faculty Committee on Examinations and Standing reviews the academic records of all students at the end of each term. A student is considered to be making satisfactory progress if the program of study for the degree of bachelor of arts or the program of study for the degree of bachelor of science in engineering has been followed and if the student is eligible to continue in the University. A student making satisfactory progress will advance subject to the following qualifications:
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In addition to the more standard courses offerings described earlier, students may also participate in specially designed courses and programs that offer a variety of different formats. These include:
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As early as students' first days on campus, Career Services is here to help them understand how they can take advantage of all that Princeton has to offer, discover their values, interests and strengths, and how they can use these insights to find personally meaningful work throughout their life.
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Faculty: Department of Art and Archaeology
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