CS 351 Computer Operating Systems
S1B 2013 BL
M.B.A. in Management Information SystemsB.S. in Management/Computer Information Systems
The classroom at Fort Bliss, TX
Before or after the class
January 14, 2013 to March 10, 2013
5:00 - 10:00 p.m.
CS208 - Discrete Mathematics, CS225 - Programming Concepts
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Educational Philosophy: My educational philosophy is based on engaging the student in active learning through classroom discussion and participation. A variety of learning methods will be utilized: lectures, readings, group discussions, and examinations. Each student will be required to analyze and synthesize presented information. I will engage your learning in the course through interactions and feedback. Feel free to ask questions as you have them and get ready to become a critical thinker.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
For this course, the assessment artifact is a final exam which counts for 20% of the grade. In theartifact there will be 4 questions in each of the categories. ( Critical Thinking: Synthesis, Analysis, Evaluation; Content: Terminology, Concepts, Application; and Technical Skills: Whole Artifact, Component, Relationship) Thus, there will be 32 questions total in the final exam artifact. The artifact will test all four of the core learning objectives in each category.
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