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ECE 303: Electromagnetic Fields SYLLABUS Page 1 of 2 pages Ten Week Summer Semester, 2014; Home Page: courses.ncsu.edu/ece303/lec/051 Instructor: Dr. S. T. Alexander; Office: EB-2, Rm. 2094, Phone: 515-5127 E-Mail: [email protected] OFFICE HRS: Posted on Course Web Page Prerequisites: A grade of C- or better in ECE 211 and ECE 220. Text: On-Line Course Notes 1. GRADING: The only people who will receive grades for ECE 303 are those who are listed on the final Grade Report roll from Registration and Records. Everyone who is listed on this roll will receive a grade. Your semester grade will be computed as follows: 2 In-Semester Tests: Avg. = 3 Units Grades: A-/A+: 90.0-100 D-/D+: 60.0-69.9 Final Exam: 2 Units B-/B+: 80.0-89.9 F: 0-59.9 Turn-In Probs. 1 Unit C-/C+: 70.0-79.9 Your semester grade is the average of the FIVE highest units. An example will be given in class to explain the grading policy. 2. IN-SEMESTER TESTS: There will be two closed-book, closed-notes tests during the semester. Each test will last 75 minutes. For the N th test, you may have N +1 sheets of 8 1/2 X 11 paper for formulas, notes, examples, etc. The test dates are WED, 18 June ; and WED, 23 July . If you miss an in-semester test, a grade of zero will be assigned. There will be no makeup tests given for in-semester tests. 3. FINAL EXAM: Information about the time and day of the final exam is not available at this time.
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