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Tallahassee Community College Introduction to C++ Programming, COP2220, 74526, spring, 2010 Instructor Information Instructor name: Sue Bickford Office location: CT222 Phone numbers: 201-8277 (office) 201-8495 (division) TCC Email address: Office hours: See the Instructor Office Hours posted to the Course Info link of blackboard for a list of instructor office hours and locations. Course Description Prerequisite: satisfactory completion of College Preparatory Reading (REA0002) and Intermediate Algebra (MAT1033), or appropriate placement scores. This is an introductory course in computer programming. Algorithm design and the concepts of problem solving for computer software development are emphasized. The fundamentals of the C++ language are covered. C++ is used to implement and code computer programming problems 3 Credit hours This course satisfies TCC computer proficiency requirement. Textbook, software, additional required materials Textbook: Starting Out with C++ Brief: From Control Structures through Objects, 6/E Authors: Tony Gaddis ISBN-10: 0136022537 ISBN-13: 9780136022534 Software: Dev-C++ compiler Attendance Policy Each student is allowed to make up ONE missed assignment or quiz. No other late work will be accepted for credit although it may be submitted for feedback. Students who fail to regularly participate will be administratively withdrawn from the course. Participation includes submitting labs, programs, homework assignments, quizzes, or exams. See the Course Info link for a list of Important Information including this term’s withdrawal date. Grading Policy COP2220 Syllabus 1
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See the tentative schedule and the Grade Calculator posted to the Course Info link for a list of assignments as well as a formula for the calculation of the final grade. Location, date and time of final exam See the Course Info link for a list of Important Information including this term’s FINAL EXAM date. The final exam will most likely be held in the class’ regular classroom unless
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