COURSE TITLE & NO:
|CSC 160 Computer Science I||CO-REQUISITES:||Math 121|
|SEMESTER:||Spring 2005||CREDIT HOURS:||4|
|DAYS TAUGHT:||T -Th||TIME TAUGHT:||16:00 - 17:40|
|BEGINNING DATE:||18 January, 05||ENDING DATE:||05 May 05|
|CENSUS DATE:||02 February 05||WITHDRAW DATE:||13 April 05|
|INSTRUCTOR’S NAME:||Vicke Denniston||
|OFFICE:||BZ 114||OFFICE HOURS:||as posted|
|COURSE DESCRIPTION : Introduces students to the discipline of computer science. Covers algorithm development, data representation, logical expressions, subprograms, and input/out expressions using a structured programming language. Requires intensive lab work outside of class time|
| COURSE OUTCOMES :
Upon completion of this course a student should be able to:
| CLASS MEETING REQUIREMENT :
All class sessions will be held in order to meet credit and contact hours requirements. Sudden class cancellations due to weather, instructor illness or other unexpected, unplanned events will result in make-up sessions. Arrangements for make-up sessions will be made at the convenience of the instructor and students.
If a student misses class, it is the student's responsibility to obtain notes from another student. In- Class projects can be made up only if the instructor is notified of the absence in advance.
|DEAN OF INSTRUCTION/VICE PRESIDENT SIGNATURE||DATE|
|DATE TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO STUDENTS||
SPECIAL NEEDS NOTIFICATION :
Students enrolled in this course with a diagnosed disability must indicate this to the course instructor by the third class meeting. This will permit the course instructor to make federally protected accommodations possible (if needed).
|MEETING DATES/COURSE OUTLINE :|
|03/15||Spring Break - No Classes|
|03/17||Spring Break - No Classes|
| GENERAL LEARNING OUTCOMES :
(Those assessed in this class are in boldface)
| METHODS OF CONDUCTING THE CLASS :
A combination of lecture, demonstration and application of knowledge through student projects and practical examinations. Theory and its application to real world situations is stressed.
|METHODS OF DETERMINING GRADE :|
|Chapter Tests = 30%||90 – 100% = A|
|Homework=40%||80 – 89% = B|
|Final =30%||70 – 79% =C|
|60 - 69% = D|
|below 60% = F|
| TEXT AND MATERIALS NEEDED :
Invitation to Computer Science, C++ version
| PRIVACY NOTIFICATION :
Privacy laws prohibit me from posting final grades. You can ask personally about your final grade or wait until you receive your grades from the registrar’s office.
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