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Berkeley Master of Engineering Program Student Handbook 2014-2015

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MASTER OF ENGINEERING PROGRAM CONTACT INFORMATION ........................................................ 4 FUNG INSTITUTE FACULTY & STAFF .......................................................................................................................... 4 DEPARTMENT STAFF .................................................................................................................................................. 5 ADDITIONAL RESOURCES CONTACT INFORMATION ................................................................................ 6 MASTER OF ENGINEERING HONOR CODE ..................................................................................................... 7 ACADEMIC INTEGRITY................................................................................................................................................ 7 ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ............................................................................................................................................. 10 THE ACADEMIC PROGRAM ....................................................................................................................................... 10 ADVANCEMENT TO CANDIDACY .............................................................................................................................. 10 REGISTRATION & ADD/DROP ................................................................................................................................... 10 COURSE LOAD .......................................................................................................................................................... 10 GRADES…...

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