This course introduces students to the fundamentals of programming in Java. Students will design, write, test and debug using Java. The course has been designed to help students acquire a range of practical skills for working with most current Java programming technologies.
Topics covered include: variables, arithmetic operators, string, arrays, collection, and servlet, among many others. Program design and testing are covered, in addition to more advanced object-oriented concepts such as inheritance and exceptions.
Basic programming skills.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
To Be Determined by the Instructor
Walter Savitch, Java: An Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming, Seventh Edition (Pearson, February 2014). ISBN: 0133766268, ISBN-13: 978-0133766264.
John Dean & Raymond Dean, Introduction to Programming with Java: A Problem Solving Approach, Second Edition (McGraw-Hill Higher Education, January 2013). ISBN: 007337606X ISBN-13: 978-0073376066
Class Participation. Students must bring their laptops to class and participate in course learning activities and contribute fully to the completion of group projects.
Homework. Daily homework assignments. Students should expect to spend about 2 hours per 1 hour of in-class time on reading and homework assignments.
Assignments/Midterms/ Final Exam/Group Project. Assignments, projects and exams will be determined by the instructor.
Remember: Programs will be graded based on completeness and correctness. No credit will be given for programs that do not compile. No credit will be given for late assignments.
If a student is aware of extenuating circumstances that warrant an extension, a request for an extension can be made to the instructor. An extension request must have a good reason to be considered, and should be made well in advance if possible. Extensions requested after the time the assignment is due will be considered only in extreme circumstances. If an extension is granted, the normal penalties will not be applied until the granted extension period has lapsed.
Exceptions can generally be made for serious illness, family emergencies, and the like. Exceptions will not be granted for poor planning & time management, or heavy workload.
Students are to show respect to the instructor, teaching assistants, and fellow students.
Students are expected to attend all class meetings; to be on time to class and stay until the class is complete; silence cell phones; to be alert and attentive; and to use laptops only for class purposes.
Absences may be excused only in special cases, such as university approved events, and death in immediate family. Absences require proper documentation and instructor approval. Unexcused absences may result in a significant penalty.
Policies on cheating, plagiarism, incomplete grades, attendance, discrimination, sexual harassment, and student grievances are described in the Student Handbook
For up-to-date course requirements, readings, assignments,
and announcements, please refer to the course website.
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