|Instructor:||Professor T. DeDonno||Semester||Spring 16|
|Office Hours||E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org||Ticket #||17410|
|Class Site :||http://www.saddleback.edu/faculty/tdedonno/cs4b||Room #||SME 301/ BGS233|
|Central Web-Site||http://cim.saddleback.edu||Time & Day||TTh 1:30-2:50
Introduction to Java Programming, Comprehensive Version (10th Edition) by Y. Daniel Liang (Author) Publisher: Prentice Hall; 10th edition (Jan. 6 2014) ISBN-10:0133761312 ISBN-13:978-0132936521, Instructor Resources, Valore Books - Brief Version not a big saving.
If you have a previous version of the book that is okay, but we will be covering JavaFX in this class, and JavaFX is not in the previous version of the textbook. It just became available in 2015.
Course grade consists of blackboard quizzes, labs, assignments and tests. Since this class meets only twice a week, you will be required to forward your Saddle back e-mail address to your main e-mail. When sending e-mails, make sure you include cs4b or Java in subject line. Failure to abide by academic integrity can result in a failing grade. For information on academic integrity consult UCSD Professor Elkan's Written Description. and the CIM site policy. The course grade will be calculated from:
|92-100||A||Tests & Project||30%|
|84-91.9||B||Labs & Assignments (1 or 2 per chapter)||45%|
|0-54.9||F||Blackboard Quizzes approximately one per chapter||25%|
If you discover a clerical error, tell me immediately. The following Statute of Limitations will apply: You have one week from the day any graded assignment or test is returned to you to appeal the grade you received. After one week, I will assume that you believe the grade you got is the correct one. After one week, grades are unchangeable, fixed, and permanent
Any exceptions to the above statements will be considered individually & only if you approach me about the proposed exception at least a week in advance.