College of Pharmacy Student Handbook 2023-2024

Barry and Judy Silverman College of Pharmacy 2023–2024 109 Up-To-Date Antivirus/ Antimalware Software NSU recommends antivirus protection. Windows 10 and Windows 11 have built-in Windows Defender. Other Other cloud-based or iOS/Android software, such as Poll Everywhere and Kahoot!, may also be used within courses. Students are expected to comply with requests to install software used for educational purposes. Restrictions Incompatible Devices and Restricted Software The following are not compatible with Examplify (ExamSoft testing application): Chromebook Laptops Chromebook laptops are not compatible. Android Devices Android devices are not compatible. Linux Operating Systems Devices with Linux operating systems are not compatible. Windows RT Operating System Devices with Windows RT operating system are not compatible. Windows 10S Operating System This version of Windows is not supported in our testing platform. Before purchasing, please ensure the device can run Windows without S mode. For more information, visit Set-Up-Your-Microsoft-Surface-Pro-to-Run-Windows-10. Virtual Machine Software Virtual operating systems such as Microsoft’s Virtual Machine, Parallels, VMware, VMware Fusion, or any other virtual environments are not compatible. Policy on Examinations The college’s Professional Standards state that student pharmacists must demonstrate compassion, integrity, and a concern for others. This requires a professional and ethical demeanor appropriate to educational level, responsibility for personal actions, and emotional stability under stressful conditions that may come from their professional education. This examination policy was designed with these standards in mind and with input from faculty members and students. The policy’s purpose is to provide expectations for student conduct related to examinations and ensure examinations given at the Silverman College of Pharmacy are adequately and consistently administered and supervised to minimize opportunities for dishonesty. Aside from maintaining academic integrity, examination procedures prepare students for the stringent expectations of the professional licensure process. Students should be empowered to uphold the highest degree of academic integrity and to expect the same of their classmates. It is understood that not every possible scenario regarding academic integrity can be covered within a policy; therefore, the college and its faculty members may take reasonable measures to enforce the spirit of this policy in keeping with the expectations of society and the profession of pharmacy. This policy is in effect for all examinations given within the Doctor of Pharmacy program.