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CSCE 121, Sec 507/508 Fall 2010. Prof. Jennifer L. Welch. Course Personnel. Dr. Jennifer Welch: 425G Bright welch@cse.tamu.edu 845-5076 Office hours: Wed 2:30 – 4:00, Fri 1:30 – 3:00, and by appointment Teaching assistant: TBD Labs: Go today to get started!. Course Mechanics.

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csce 121 sec 507 508 fall 2010

CSCE 121, Sec 507/508Fall 2010

Prof. Jennifer L. Welch

course personnel
Course Personnel
  • Dr. Jennifer Welch:
    • 425G Bright
    • welch@cse.tamu.edu
    • 845-5076
    • Office hours: Wed 2:30 – 4:00, Fri 1:30 – 3:00, and by appointment
  • Teaching assistant: TBD
  • Labs: Go today to get started!

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course mechanics
Course Mechanics
  • Prerequisites:
    • A high school or college programming course
    • Computer science major or minor (or considering)
    • Honors eligibility
  • Textbook: Programming Principles and Practice Using C++, Bjarne Stroustrup
  • Labs: Attendance strongly encouraged!

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course content
Course Content
  • Principles of computer programming
    • Design, modularity, testing,…
    • Independent of particular programming language
  • Practice with computer programming
    • Using the C++ language
  • Exposure to wider world of computer science
    • History, applications, other languages, “culture” activities

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grading
Grading
  • Exams (2 midterms and a final): 35%
  • Homework: 35%
  • Project 20: %
  • Culture Reports: 10%
  • Late work policy: -10% of maximum grade if turned in up to 24 hrs late, -20% if turned in 24 to 48 hrs late, etc. If solutions already discussed, then not accepted.

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academic integrity
Academic Integrity
  • Review Aggie Honor Code
    • link on course webpage
  • Collaboration to discuss concepts is encouraged
  • All assignments must be done on your own, unless otherwise instructed
    • Do not copy! Plagiarism is a serious offense.
  • Turn in a cover sheet with each assignment listing all sources used

CSCE 121-507/508