2009_Fall_GCIS501

2009_Fall_GCIS501 - Gannon University Syllabus Course...

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Gannon University Syllabus Course Information: Course Number: GCIS 501 Course Title: Advanced Programming Semester: 2009 Fall Program / Department: Computer Information Science Credit Hours: 3 Meeting Schedule: 3:00 P.M. – 4:20 P.M. on Monday and Wednesday Class Location: Z 339 Instructor: Dr. Yunkai Liu, Office: Z 348, Email: [email protected] Phone: (814) 871-7692 Office hour: 1:30 P.M. – 3:00 P.M. on Monday, Wednesday, Tuesday and Thursday, or by appointment Required Materials: Introduction to JAVA™ Programming: Comprehensive Version, 6/e (©2007) ISBN 0-13-222158-6 by Daniel E. Liang. Author's URL: http://www.cs.armstrong.edu/liang/intro6e Other readings will be assigned throughout the semester. Course Website: Course Listed in ANGEL Course Content: Programming in Java syntax, Java virtual machines, classes, applets, multithreading, Java streams, libraries, user interfaces, network interfaces. Each student will be responsible for several programming projects, in-class quizzes, and a final exam. Students should have a solid programming background in a language such as C or C++. Course Outcomes: (1) Learn the Java programming language, including syntax, idioms, patterns, and styles. (2) Learn the object-oriented methodology. (3) Learn the essentials of the Java class library. Course Assessment Methods: Tests and Examinations: Tests and Examinations will contain questions and designed to test knowledge and comprehension of the various topics covered in the course. Projects, Reports and Presentations: Projects, reports and presentations will allow students to take specific concepts learned during class and study and apply them. Quizzes, Assignments, Class Discussion: Quizzes, assignments, and class discussion will provide learning and reinforcement of certain topics to improve understanding of the underlying concepts. Assessment Method Objective 1 Objective 2 Objective 2 Tests and Examinations X X Projects X X X Quizzes, Assignments, Class Discussion X X X
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Attendance: It is not necessary, but recommended to attend all class. No attendance will be taken at every class meeting. However, because of the large amount of projects and quizzes, you may miss those assignments if you do not attend classes. Under extenuating circumstances please contact the instructor.
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