Syllabus_COP_2800_Java_Programming_201110

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My goal is to have a number of very short (5 to 10 item) quizzes, each focused on a specific aspect of Java programming. Quizzes will be administered in Valencia Online.. Hands-On approach. Program design, and programmatic thinking, as taught in this class are critical to success in a programming career. But programming must be experienced to be fully appreciated. As the section on Projects above suggests, you will be expected to spend significant time outside of class on programming problems as well. Exam You must take the final in order to pass the class -- this is college policy. The final exam will be comprehensive and designed to show that you can apply your knowledge of Java. Surveys From time to time, your instructor may ask you to complete an on-line survey to provide immediate feedback about the content and level of the course materials and assignments. We will share some of these findings in summary form, and your instructor will make reasonable efforts to incorporate suggestions into the course, subject to his discretion and understanding of discipline requirements and college policies. I will probably offer extra credit for completing any surveys. Policies: You are expected to abide by the college rules with respect to the integrity of your own work and with regard to plagiarism or cheating. By way of clarification: working together on a project, or asking other students questions about the assignments or programming in general IS NOT cheating, and is welcome and encouraged. Turning in someone else's work as your own, or providing someone else with your completed work, or providing unauthorized assistance on the quizzes or the exam IS cheating. Makeup exams or alternative testing arrangements must be negotiated with the instructor in advance of the exam dates, except for true emergency situations. Late assignments may be subject to a reduction in credit, as explained above. Students with continued, and unexplained absences are subject to withdrawal according to college policies. How to succeed in this course It is critical that you read the assigned materials. It is unlikely that you will succeed in the class if you do not read your assignments in a timely fashion. Assignments and postings presume that you have read the material, and are likely to be markedly less enjoyable and significantly more confusing if you have not done read the material in advance.
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