MIC102G » Syllabus

Update: January 6th, 2009

MIC 102G: Programming Fundamentals

Time: T/TH - 5pm to 6:50pm
Room: 3165
Instructor: Adam Eivy
Credits: 1
Class Hours: 8
Length of Course: 2 weeks
Prerequisite: basic computer knowledge, use of web browser, etc...

Course Description:
This course provides the student with the fundamentals of programming concepts. This class will allow the student to progress into a programming path or a development path that requires a basic understanding of programming.

Course Goals:
Upon successful completion of this class, the student will understand the following:

  • Programming terminology
  • The difference between types of programming languages (object oriented vs. structured)
  • Why programming is used
  • Variable initialization
  • Class instantiation
  • Data Types
  • Conditional Statements
  • Code documentation
  • Operators

Evaluation Methods:
Your final grade is 50% class participation/attendance and 50% Final Project. Normally, I don't like to grade on attendance but since there are only 8 hours of class time, you must be here to get the information you need and to ask questions.

  • Final Project is due on or before the last day of class
  • Final Project will not be accepted late

ADA Confirmation:
(Americans with Disabilities Act) If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability, if you have emergency medical information to share with me, or if you need special arrangements in case the building must be evacuated, please Contact Me ASAP.

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