CSE1233SyllabusSpring2010 - CSE 1233 Computer Programming...

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CSE 1233 – Computer Programming with C Course Syllabus – Spring 2010 Instructor Lisa Henderson Office: Butler 331 Email: MyCourses email Phone: 662-325-5162 Office Hours: W, R 1:30 – 3:00 or by appointment Course Section Section 01 TR 08:00 AM – 09:15 AM Butler 100 Section 02 TR 09:30 AM – 11:45 AM Butler 100 Graders M. J. Hill Email: MyCourses email Office Hours: TBA Homepage http://myCourses.msstate.edu Prerequisite MA 1313 (College Algebra) or equivalent, with a grade of C or better Description Three lectures. Problem-solving methods, algorithm development, debugging and documentation in the C programming language, applications. (Not recommended to students with credit in CSE 1284, CSE 1273, or equivalent). Objectives To introduce principles and practice of software development using the structured programming approach. To develop the problem solving skills necessary to develop software solutions to problems. To develop knowledge of the data and control structures available in the structured programming paradigm and their appropriate uses. To learn C syntax Textbook Michael A. Vine, C Programming for the Absolute Beginner, 2 nd ed. , Thomson Course Technology. How to FAIL this Class! Don’t turn in a programming assignment within two weeks of the due date Make less than 60% on your programming assignment average Miss class excessively
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Grading Policy Tests (3) 50% Weekly Programming Assignments 15% Class Participation 5% Quizzes 15% Homework 15% The final exam will be optional. If taken, your total average BEFORE the final (see above) will be worth 80% of your final grade and the final exam will be worth 20%. The grading will be on a 10-point scale. A 90 – 100 B 80 – 89 C 70 – 79 D 60 – 69 Quizzes will be given often (weekly or biweekly). Your lowest 2 quizzes will be dropped. If you miss a quiz, then the missed quiz will count as one of your drop quiz grades. No quizzes will be made up. Homework will be graded. The lowest homework grade will be dropped (only 1 will be dropped, not 2). Failure to attain a 60% or better average grade on the programming assignments will result in a grade of 'F' regardless of the overall percentage. Failure to attain a 60% or better average grade on the tests will result in a grade of ‘F’ regardless of the overall percentage. 10 points per day, excluding weekends, will be deducted from lab assignments that are submitted late. After one week past the due date, they will no longer be accepted and a 0 will be assigned. Attendance is mandatory for this course. All absences past the third (in lecture) must be resolved as soon as possible; otherwise it will be treated as an unexcused absence. Students will receive a penalty of two percentage points on the final grade for each unexcused absence beyond the third absence.
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