CS2336: Computer Science II Textbook Text: Introduction to JAVA Programming, 10th Edition, Y. Daniel Liang, Prentice Hall
CS2336: Computer Science II Course Website Lecture notes, assignments, announcements, and any supplementary materials will be posted on the web site. Visit the website at least twice per week.
CS2336: Computer Science II Grading Tentatively, the final grade will be calculated using the following percentages: Homework – 30% Quiz– 20% Midterm Exam – 25% Final Exam – 25% Project If you have any questions about your grades, you MUST notify the TA or the instructor within one week after the grades become available. The grades become final after a week!
Pop quiz Pop quiz 20%. There are number of pop quizzes, equal weight, whichever is lower. The exact number of pop quiz is nondeterministic. Pop quiz can take place any time during the class and on any class day. No make-up if missed unless you inform the instructor beforehand of any event that prevents you from attending the class. In case of sickness, the student is required to present a doctor letter as a proof. In these cases, a make-up pop quiz will be provided. CS2336: Computer Science II
Assignments The individual homework assignments 30%. Identical or highly similar solutions could result in zero point and academic discipline. Late assignments are acceptable before solutions are posted or explained in class, with 10% deduction for every 24 hours. If you have an emergency that prevents you from completing the work, contact the TA or the instructor prior to the due date.
CS2336: Computer Science II Academic Integrity You must EARN your credits honestly and professionally. The reasons? This is the only way for you to learn. You don’t want to lose your reputation to your fellow students. You don’t want to be a subject of disciplinary actions. … Print, sign, and turn in the two Ethics statements posted on the course website
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