Fall 2013 Semester Classes

Instructor: Munir Samplewala

Office: FH 203

Office Hours:

Mon:       

9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (FH 203)

Tue & Thu:

6:20 PM - 6:50 PM (FH202)

Tue & Thu:

8:55 PM - 9:25 PM (FH202)

Sat:

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (FH203)

 

Classes:

CS103 :

FH 208 MW 10:35 AM - 12:00 PM

CS103 :

FH 208 W 6:50 PM - 10:00 PM

CS141 :

FH 202 TTh 6:50 PM - 8:55 PM

CS142:

FH 202 TTh 6:50 PM - 10:00 PM (after 10/20/13)

 

CS103 Introduction to Programming. This course covers computer literacy, Microsoft Office and Introduction to Visual Basic.NET programming. This is a transfer course.

 

The publisher is Pearson. The combo ISBN is: 1269317148. The Texts are:

 

1. TIA - Technology in Action 10th edition

2. OF - Go! Office 2010 2nd edition

3. VB - Starting Out with VB 2012 6th edition by Gaddis and Irvine. Pearson

Scope: All chapters from TIA book, Word, Excel and Access are covered from OF book and first 5 chapters from VB are covered .

 

Student Tasks: There will a test and multiple programming assignments on each chapter.

 

 

 

 

CS 141 - PROGRAMMING IN JAVA. This course covers the basics of programming with an Introduction to objects as implemented in JAVA technology. The four programming structures Sequential, Decision Making, Looping and Sub-programs are covered in detail. Basic Object Oriented concepts such as Encapsulation, Inheritance and Polymorphism are covered. This is a transfer course.

This is an accelerated 8 week course and meets the first half of the semester.

The text is: Java How to Program: Early Objects Version, 8/E by P. Deitel ISBN-10: 0136053068

 

Scope: The first ten chapters are covered.

 

Student Tasks: There will a test and multiple programming assignments on each chapter.

 

CS 142 Advanced JAVA Programming. This course is a sequel to CS 141. It assumes CS141 as a pre-requisite. It builds on the concepts of Object Oriented technology and programming covered in CS141. Topics such as Exception handling, Recursion, GUI Components, Strings, Files & Streams and Networking will be covered.

 

This is an accelerated 8 week course and meets in the second half of the semester.

 

The text is: Java How to Program: Early Objects Version, 8/E by P. Deitel ISBN-10: 0136053068

Scope: Chapters 11, 14, 16, 17, 18 and 19 will be covered. In addition an in depth review of 8, 9, 10 will be done at the start of the course.

Student Tasks: There will a test and multiple programming assignments on each chapter. There may be a capstone programming project also assigned.

 

If you still have questions, please stop by at the first class and get more information from me personally.