CS202 Computer Science II

Course
33678
Section
F01
Credits
3 + 0
Prerequisites:
  • CS201
Instructor
Brandon Marken
Phone
907-474-6104
Office
Chapman 210B
Email
bamarken@alaska.edu
Office Hours
M
W
Meeting Time
Room
Chapman 104
Course Website
/courses/cs202/2016-spring/
Required Texts
Starting Out With C++ From Control Structures through Objects Eighth Edition by Tony Gaddis

Course Description

The discipline of computer science including problem solving, algorithm development, structured programming, top-down design, good programming style, object-oriented programming and elementary data structures. Concepts implemented with extensive programming experience in a structured language and with a group programming project.

Tentative Schedule

    • Residence halls open, 8 a.m.
    • Orientation for new students
    • First day of instruction; late registration begins
    • Alaska Civil Rights Day (no classes, most offices closed)
    • Deadline for adding classes, late registration and fee payment; 5 p.m. in person, midnight at UAOnline
    • Last day for 100 percent refund of tuition and fees
    • Last day for student- and faculty-initiated drops (course does not appear on academic record)
    • Summer 2016 course list available at UAOnline
    • Freshman progress reports due
    • Deadline for UA Foundation and privately funded scholarship applications
    • Deadline to apply for spring 2016 graduation
    • Registration and fee payment for summer courses begin
    • Spring break (no classes)
    • University holiday (most offices closed for spring break)
    • Last day for student- and faculty-initiated withdrawals (W grade appears on academic transcript)
    • Begin registration and fee payment for fall 2016 semester (degree students)
    • Begin registration and fee payment for fall 2016 semester (non-degree students)
    • SpringFest (no classes)
    • Deadline to apply for admission for summer semester
    • Last day of instruction
    • Final examinations
    • Commencement
    • Residence halls close, noon
    • MAYmester courses begin; attendance required. Deadline to register or for 100 percent refund of tuition and fees for MAYmester.
    • Late payment fees begin for MAYmester

Grading Policies

Weight Description
20% Midterm Exam
20% Final Exam
30% Project
30% Homework and Labs

Grades will be assigned based on the following percentage intervals:

A
[90%, 100%)

B
[80%, 90%)
C
[70%, 80%)
D
[60%, 70%)

F
[0%, 60%)

Policies

Students are expected to be at every class meeting on time, and are responsible for all class content, whether present or not. If absence from class is necessary, in-class work (other than quizzes) and homework may be made up only if the instructor is notified as soon as possible; in particular, absences due to scheduled events must be arranged ahead of time. Academic dishonesty will not be tolerated, and will be dealt with according to UAF procedures. Students in this class must pay the CS lab fee. Payment allows access to the Chapman 103 lab.

UAF academic policies http://www.uaf.edu/catalog/current/academics

CS Department policies http://www.cs.uaf.edu/departmental-policies/

Disabilities Services:

The UAF Office of Disability Services implements the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and ensures that UAF students have equal access to the campus and course materials. I will work with the UAF Office of Disability Services (208 WHITAKER BLDG, 474-5655) to provide reasonable accommodation to students with disabilities.

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