CS 151 Introduction to Programming
F1B 2006 BL
Master Science Systems ManagementMSSM
Fort Bliss, Texas
Mon, Wed: 4:30 - 5:00 PM
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31 July - Sep 20, 2006
5:00- 7:30 PM
High School Algebra proficiency 3:0:3.
Textbook: Savitch, Walter - An Introduction to Problem Solving & Programming ISBN 0-13-149202-0.
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment: Course arrangements will consist of lectures, class discussions, laboratory examples, exercises, programming projects, homework, and examinations. While laboratory facilities are available, students may complete required projects using computers outside the college campus providing the software requirements of the course are used.
Student grades will be accumulated on a point basis where the maximum allowed points shall be awarded as follows:
Midterm Exam - 100 points
Final Exam - 200 points
Homework - 100 points
Programming Projects - 100 points
Total Points = 500 points
Course Grading Scale
A = 450 - 500 points
B = 400 - 449 points
C = 350 - 399 points
D = 300 - 349 points
F = 299 points and below
Late Submission of Course Materials: Late assignments will carry a 10% deduction for every class period being late. All assignments are due at the beginning of the class period or as assigned.
Classroom Rules of Conduct: Students are expected to PreRead chapters and come prepared for each class. Quizzes will be announced and administered on a weekly basis. PirateMail is the OFFICIAL TOOL OF COMMUNICATION for this class. All communication from the instructor will go to your PirateMail account.
Course Topic/Dates/Assignments: Week 1 -Chapter 1,2 Program 1, Homework 1Week 2 - Chapter 3,4 Homework 2Week 3 - Chapter 5, Program 2, Homework 3Week 4 - Midterm ExamWeek 5 - Chapter 6, Program 3, Homework 4Week 6 - Chapter 7, Homework 5Week 7 - Chapter 8, Program 4, Homework 6Week 8 - Review, Final Examination
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