Spring 2014

Course Title: Java Programming
Instructor: Keith Wilson
Course Number: CSC 151  NE1 T-TH 5:30
Room: NB-227 Applied Technologies Bldg.
Room: NB-243 Phone: 362-7177
Web:  http://cfcc.edu/wilsok
E-mail: kwilson@cfcc.edu

Link to Outline

Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None

Required Text: Liang, Danyiel Y. Introduction to Java Programing  9th Ed.  Prentice Hall 2013

Course Description:

This course introduces computer programming using the JAVA programming language with object-oriented programming principles.  Emphasis is placed on event-driven programming methods, including creating and manipulating objects, classes, and using object-oriented tools. Upon completion, students should be able to design, code, test, and debug JAVA language programs.

Course Objectives:

Course Grade Determination:
Grading System:    (%)
Points (500)
Quizes: 40% A = 92 - 100 A = 460
Labs: 50% B = 84 - 91 B = 420
Mid-Final Tests: 10% C = 76 - 83 C = 380

D = 68 - 75

F = 0 -67

Chapter tests are open book, done online through BlackBoard.  Mid-term and Final are closed.   Test schedule will be followed as outlined in Outline.
If you miss a test day, you are expected to take the test as soon as you can when you return.  Re-takes may be allowed
under special circumstances, discuss with instructor (except mid-term and final).

Computer Engineering Department Computer Use Policy:

Use of laptops or other student computers in Computer Engineering Labs:
Students may use their personal computers.  Notify department tech guy for Wi-Fi logins.

Proxy server:
We are running a proxy server on our network.  This means that all information that you use to log into a site is logged and can be monitored.  We will know the time, date, and web site contacted by every computer in every lab.  Remember Big Brother is watching you!

Disclaimer: Information contained in this syllabus was, to the best knowledge of the instructor, considered correct and complete when distributed for use at the beginning of the semester. However, this syllabus should not be considered a contract between Cape Fear Community college and any student, nor between the instructor and any student. The instructor reserves the right, acting within the policies and procedures of Cape Fear Community College, to make changes in course content or instructional techniques without notice or obligation.