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CSC 111 Course orientation. Course name and Credit hours. CSC 111 – Computer Programming-I Credit hours: 3 hours lecture 1 hour tutorial 2 hours lab. Course Blog. http://csc111java1.wordpress.com. Text Book. Required:

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course name and credit hours
Course name and Credit hours
  • CSC 111 – Computer Programming-I
  • Credit hours:
    • 3 hours lecture
    • 1 hour tutorial
    • 2 hours lab
course blog
Course Blog
  • http://csc111java1.wordpress.com
text book
Text Book

Required:

  • Java Programming from Problem Analysis to Program Design.D.S. Malik (Fourth Edition), Course Technology.

Additional:

  • An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming With Java. C. Thomas Wu (Fifth Edition), Mcgraw-Hill International Edition.

(Will be required in CSC 113)

course outcomes
Course Outcomes:
  • To understand the fundamental principles of object-oriented programming.
  • To be able to read and understand Java programs
  • To apply fundamental OO principles in writing programs using Java
topics
Topics:
  • Introduction to Computers and Programs
  • Java fundamentals
  • Control Structures
  • Methods
  • One-dimensional arrays
  • Classes and objects
  • Class Methods
program outcomes
Program Outcomes
  • An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline,
  • An ability to design, implement and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.
  • An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practices.
assessment methods policy
Assessment Methods & Policy:
  • Lab, Homework,  Quizzes and Attendance (30%)
  • Written Midterm Exams
    • Midterm exam 1 (15%)
    • Midterm exam 2 (15%)
  • Written Final Exam  (40%)              
assessment
Assessment
  • Lab and Tutorial (tutorial 2%, lab HW 2% , lab Evaluation 3% , mini project 3%) 10%
  • Lab quizzes (2 quizzes) 5%
  • Lecture quizzes 5%
  • Exams (2 midterms) 30%
  • Final lab exam 10%
  • Final exam 40%

Total 100%

assessment important
Assessment Important

Lab participation:

  • Lab HW will be done by each student, and discussed at the beginning of each lab.
  • Lab work (1-2 unseen questions) will be done alone in the lab and submitted at the end of the lab.
  • Lab Home works are very important so that you will be able to solve the 1-2 unseen questions in the lab.
  • So in each lab: You will submit and discuss your HW, do and submit the one question, and take and understand your lab HW for next week.
  • All your lab work and participation will help you to correctly solve your lab quizzes and to progress well in the course.
  • Missing any lab  missing the corresponding lab work mark.
  • Posting: Tuesday Due Date: Before your lab next week
assessment important1
Assessment Important

Tutorial participation:

  • Tutorial HW will be done separately and you should participate in the class discussion. Partial mark will be
  • Tutorial HW and participation are very important for your progress and will help you to do well in labs and exams.
  • Posting: Tuesday Due date: Early Sunday (8:00 am)
assessment important2
Assessment Important

Lecture participation:

  • Lecture quizzes will include only materials that are taught in the previous weeks of the lectures.
  • This will help you to be up to date in your study and practice for your written exams.
  • Lecture quizzes will test your class participation and understanding during lecturesand your ability to write and think.
absence policy
Absence Policy
  • Missing any Quiz is a zero mark unless an official excuse is provided and a makeup will be provided
  • Missing any exam -> decided by the university according to each case and makeup exam dates are announced by the end of the term.
  • Missing more than 3 lecture -> 1% deducted
  • Missing more than 2 tutorial -> 1% deducted
  • Missing any lab  missing the corresponding lab work mark.
important dates
important Dates

* lecture Quiz  # 1: Week  7 (Tuesday 14/10/2014)

* Lab Quiz  # 1: Week 9

* lecture Quiz  # 2:  Week 9 (Tuesday 28/10/2014)

* Midterm # 1:  Week 10  (Thursday 13/1/1436 6/11/2014)

* lecture Quiz  # 3: Week 12 (Tuesday 18/11/2014)

* Lab Quiz  # 2: Week 13

* Midterm # 2: Week 14(12/2/1436     4/12/2014)

* lecture Quiz  # 4 : Week 15 (Tuesday 9/12/2014)

* Final  Lab Exam: Week 17

* Final  Exam: Thursday  (8/1/2015)

e mail communication and feedback
E-mail Communication and Feedback
  • Your email header must start with *CSC111* + your section + your name.
  • Send your email to [email protected] email address.
  • Please write your name and your ID at the end of the email.
  • Please follow your instructor page for marking posting and feedback about your progress.
contact
Contact

Course Coordinator

Lab Coordinator

any questions
Any Questions ?
  • Enjoy the course! But work hard and up to date!
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