College of Arts & Sciences Syllabus
|Wednesday||7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.||Zoom|
|Thursday||5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.||Zoom||Or by appointment|
- Objects and Classes
- Thinking in Objects: BigInteger, BigDecimal, Wrapper Classes and String Manipulation
- Exception Handling
- File Input/Output
- Abstract Classes
- Understand and design classes, objects, methods, instance variables, composition, inheritance, polymorphism and other object-oriented programming concepts by building upon procedural foundations presented in CS-200, Programming I.
- Develop sound techniques on designing, developing, and documenting well-structured programs using proper software engineering principles.
- Apply algorithmic thinking to solve programming problems.
- Continue to apply problem solving skills and provide a foundation for advanced
courses using an OOP (object-oriented programming) methodology.
- Implement basic common programming data structures (for use in further programming courses).
|Homework Average (HW)||15%|
|Weighted Average||Course Grade|
|90.00% or higher||A|
|80.00% – 89.99999%||B|
|70.00% – 79.99999%||C|
|45.00% – 69.99999%||D|
|0% – 44.99999%||F|
- There will be several homework’s assigned, while working on homework assignments in groups is encouraged, plagiarism is NOT tolerated. All your work should be unique and done by yourself, you are not allowed to share code with anyone but me, If two or more people turn in identical or essentially identical programs, they will receive a ‘0’ for that assignment.
- Homework assignments will be turned in electronically through D2L and to the appropriate Dropbox folder. Include all files (all .java files, input files, and output files, but NO .class files) in a folder with your name and create a zip file.
- There will be no makeup homework assignments, but the lowest homework grade will be dropped — so if you didn’t submit one, that is the one dropped.
- Assignments will be due on Thursdays by 11:59 p.m.
- Late homework assignments should be submitted within 24 hours of the original due date, and will be worth no more than half credit, NO EXCEPTIONS.
|Percent Range||Letter Grade||Description |
|90-100%||A||Up to two errors in performance|
|80-89%||B||More than two errors in performance|
|70-79%||C||One or two relatively minor errors in competence|
|60-69%||D||One or two serious errors in competence|
|0-59%||F||Three or more errors in competence|
- There are 2 exams and one final exam during the semester.
- You may not give assistance to anyone or receive assistance from anyone during exams.
- Each exam (1 or 2) will be posted at 7:00 am on the date it’s scheduled and will be due at 7:00 am the next day. The length of each exam is 75 minutes.
- The final exam is an exception and should be taken on:
- Exam dates are in the course outline.
- If you cannot an exam or the final exam because of religious reasons or because of a previously scheduled conflict of a serious nature, you must send me an e-mail by June 5th telling me the date and the reason you cannot attend in order to be eligible for a makeup.
- If you miss an exam due to a serious medical emergency, you must submit adequate medical documentation from your doctor in order to be eligible for a makeup.
- There will be 2 projects assigned.
- Each project is worth 10% of your grade.
- Project dates are in the course outline.
- Each project should be submitted by 11:59 pm on the day it’s due.
- There will be a weekly workshop associated with your section, attending the virtual workshop is mandatory and counts as a part of your grade.
- Workshop attendance count as 5% of your weighted grade.
- If you are not satisfied with any of your grades, you may request a regrade.
- All regrade requests must be submitted within 48 hours after the grade was posted on D2L.
- When you request a regrade, you agree that you may receive the same grade, a higher grade, or a lower grade if more errors are found.
- To request a regrade, send me an email telling me the reason why you think your grade is incorrect.
- ONLY emails from your NEIU account will be considered, if you email me from your personal or work email, or any account other than your NEIU email, your request will be rejected.
- If you fail to follow the instructions, your request will be rejected.
See Course Outline page of this document for tentative course outline.
- If my office hours don’t work with your schedule, please send me an e-mail to set up an appointment.
- You are responsible to check online for assignments, solutions, and announcements.
- No extra credit will be given.
- No "I" grade (Incomplete) will be given.
- Last day to drop the class and receive a “W” is Tuesday, July 14th, 2020
Attendance is required, if you miss a class, you are responsible to check online for assignments, solutions and announcements.
Academic Integrity Statement:
By enrolling in this course, you are bound by the NEIU Student Code of Conduct: http://www.neiu.edu/university-life/student-rights-and-responsibilities/student-code-conduct. You will be informed by your instructor of any additional policy specific to your course regarding plagiarism, class disruptions, etc.
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