CSCI 330 Scripting Languages
Instructor: Dr. Ray Schneider
Office: McKinney 231
Office Hours: 2:00-3:00 Daily or by appointment.
"Internet & World Wide Web How to Program" by Deitel, Deitel and Goldberg. Pearson © 2004 ISBN 0-13-145091-3
Attendance is required and will be checked each period and excessive lateness and absenteeism may result in grade reduction or failure.
Students are expected to spend between two and three hours outside of class for each class hour (six to nine hours of outside of class study per week) working on problems in the text to augment the class material. The suggested general assignment is to work all the problems at the end of each section/chapter. If you find that you do not understand, then you should ask questions in class so that I know of your difficulty and can go over some further examples in class.
Grades will be based on student performance on 1) Programming Assignments, 2) a Mid-term Examination, 3) a Final Examination, and 4) a programming journal and other quizzes and assignments as the teacher shall assign. The final grade will be computed using a set of weights with the programming assignments and the programming journal weighted highest and the other weights declining in precedence order: Final Exam, Mid-Term, Miscellaneous Assignments.