By: Higher Education
Abstract: CIS 4635: Applications Development Using Java
Instructor: Dr. Sam Ramanujan
Office Hours: MWF 11:30am-1:00pm and by appointment
Office: 301I Dockery
Web Address for Assignments: cmsu2.cmsu.edu/~sxr63030/Java
Major emphasis will be in developing GUI based applications for business problems. The applications willbe developed in a Client-Server environment consisting of Windows 95 Clients and Windows NT server. JAVA will be used for developing business applications.
The JAVA Tutorial Object-Oriented Programming for the Internet, Campione and Walrath, Addison Wesley Publishers.
After taking this course, the student should be able to:
You are expected to attend class on a regular basis and participate in class discussions. All work and notes missed during a class absence are your responsibility. Tardiness will not be tolerated and will result in a recorded absence. Each individual is expected to make whatever arrangements are necessary to arrive in class on time. A student's grade will be dropped one letter for each 3 absences.
If you decide to discontinue attending, then drop the course. If the course is not dropped, a course grade will be assigned based upon the number of points obtained.
University policy deals severely with students caught cheating, copying papers or programs, or participating in dishonest behavior. It is acceptable to discuss conceptual aspects of the projects with other people; however, do not key your assignment from someone else's work, do not allow someone to key your assignment, do not allow anyone to dictate keystrokes to you, and do not copy another person's project files onto your diskette. All written work is to be unique to you. No reference material may be used during an examination unless provided by the instructor.
All instances of dishonesty will be reported to the Vice President for Student Affairs. For more information see page 23 of the University Calendar/Handbook.
DO NOT CHEAT!
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