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CSE 121, "Introduction to C" , 5 Credits
Programming in C, 3rd Edition by Kochan
ISBN-10: 0672326663 Published by Prentice Hall
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A grade of “C” or better in Math& 151 (Math 113), ENGR 120, CSE 120, ENGR 109 (ENGR 111), or CTEC 121; or consent of Instructional Unit
Course Description and Outcomes:
Introduction to the C programming language. Emphasis on program design, verification, and testing. Programming related concepts in computer science will be covered. The student learning objectives are outlined below:
Points are only awarded for tests, quizzes, labs and projects that are completed and delivered on the assigned due dates and times. In all other instances, zero points will be awarded unless the student has made prior arrangements with the instructor.
Course Letter Grade:
Final class letter grade will be awarded based on the total percent of possible points earned by each student as outlined below:
Students are required to read and follow the Student Responsibilities and Code of Student Conduct as outline in the institute's Catalog.
Cheating/Plagiarism: You are expected to do your own work. Copying or rewriting someone else's online or offline work, having someone else do your work, or cheating in any fashion will result in zero point for that test or assignment in addition to penalties prescribed by college policies. A second offense will result in an automatic 'F' for the class.
Computer or Equipment Misuse: Students are expected to obey the Equipment and Computer Usage Guidelines. Students who misuse the equipments or computers will be expelled from the class and/or lab.
If the instructor judges that the situation warrants special consideration, he may choose to make special allowances in extreme cases.
If you have emergency medical information which should be shared; or if you require assistance in case the building should be evacuated; please make an appointment to see me as soon as possible during the office hours indicated in this syllabus. Any student with a disability who may require some consideration or assistance in order to fully participate in this class should contact the Disability Support Services Office at (360) 992-2314 or (360) 992-2835 (TTY) or stop by PUB 006.