- College of Arts and Sciences
- School of Business Administration
- Master of Accountancy
- Master of Accountancy/Juris Doctor
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Business Administration in American Indian Entrepreneurship
- Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management
- Master of Business Administration/Bachelor of Science in Engineering
- Master of Business Administration/Juris Doctor
- School of Education
- Master of Anesthesiology Education
- Master of Arts in Leadership and Administration
- Master of Arts in Sports and Athletic Administration
- Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling
- Master of Arts in School Counseling
- Master of Counselling (site based)
- Master of Education (School Administration)
- Master of Education in Leadership and Administration
- Master of Education in Special Education
- Master of Initial Teaching
- Master of Initial Teaching, Special Education
- School of Engineering and Applied Science
- School of Nursing and Human Physiology
- Master of Arts in Communication and Leadership
- Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership
- Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership Studies
Academic Honesty Guidelines
Academic honesty is expected of all Gonzaga University students. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to cheating, plagiarism, and theft. Any student found guilty of academic dishonesty is subject to disciplinary action. Disciplinary action against a student found guilty of academic dishonesty may include, but\ is not limited to:
- 1) A failing grade for the test or assignment in questions.
- 2) A failing grade for the course and/or
- 3) A recommendation for dismissal from the University.
A student may appeal the disciplinary action taken. The appeal shall be made in writing to the Chair of the department, or Dean if there is no Chair, of the appropriate school within 14 days of receipt of written notification of the disciplinary action taken.
Following an appeal, a final report shall be submitted to the Academic Vice President for review and possible further disciplinary action taken by the University. The Academic Vice President may direct in intermediate appeal to the Chair’s Dean. Final appeal by the student may be made to the Academic Vice President.
A complete copy of the policy can be obtained from the Academic Vice President’s Office.