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By: Higher Education
Abstract: CIS 260: Introduction to Computer Science
The primary objective of this course is for each student to become computer literate. A computer literate student demonstrates the knowledge, skills, and professional attitude concerning the appropriate use of technology. A computer literate student:
These broad objectives are demonstrated through acquisition of a specific domain of knowledge and the development of specific skills. By the end of the course, a student will be able to:
Course Textbook: (Required)
Elliot B. Koffman. (1995). Pascal. 5th Edition, New York: Addison-Wesley.
Course Software: (Optional)
Delphi 3 Professional, Student Edition, by Borland.
Programming solutions will usually cover a two week period. They will be graded as follows:
Late solutions will be accepted with a 10% downgrade for everyday or portion thereof it is late.
It is expected that students complete the assigned readings prior to coming to class.
Assignments and Grading Policy
Your grade will be based in the following possible total points:
Programming solutions carry twice the weight of a quiz, and hour exams carry twice the weight of a programming solution. Quizzes may or may not be announced. They will take 10-15 minutes of class time and will be based on the current lecture and homework topics.
The cumulative points required for a given grade are as follows:
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