For the course repeat, in my opinion its very vague, "when the student repeats a class for which they initially earned a failing grade and receives a passing grade, that grade will replace the failing grade and the new grade will be used to calculate the final cumulative grade point average (CGPA). All attempted coursework will be reflected on the official transcript. All credits resulting from repeated courses are included in determining student's satisfactory academic progress standing for rate of progress."
For plagiarism, it is listed in our academic honor code as, "Representing the ideas, expressions, or materials of another without providing the author with due credit, paraphrasing or condensing ideas from another person's work without proper citation, falling to document direct quotations and paraphrases with proper citation."
The only thing I feel that the professor felt applied is, "submitting work created for another course without instructor approval." Which is listed under academic dishonesty. However, when she gave us instruction on how she wants the care plan, she stated she wanted us to keep it simple by using our textbook, drug book, lab manual, and care plan book. These are the same books I have been using since fundamentals.
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What does your student handbook say about it?
Where I teach, students who repeat classes are only allowed to reuse certain things and they have to discuss it with the professor well in advance. Otherwise yes, it is considered self-plagiarism and students can be "charged" with an academic integrity violation.