COSC 102 - Course Information

CLASS

Tuesdays and Thursdays
Min Kao Room 622

0940 - 1055 (Sections 1-4)
1410 - 1525 (Sections 5-9)


LABS

Wednesdays
Min Kao Room 418

Check your personal schedule for lab times

C++ Reference Book

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Problem Solving with C++, 9th Edition

Walter Savitch

ISBN: 978-0-13-359174-3

Code Assessor

Created by Dr. Brad Vander Zanden


Web Link

Username: Your NETID

Password: Your NETID Password


Fall 2016 Schedule

Classes begin on: 17 Aug 2016

Football game: 1 Sep 2016 (NO CLASS)

Fall break: 6 Oct 2016 - 7 Oct 2016 (NO CLASS)

Engineers' day: 20 Oct 2016 (NO CLASS)

Thanksgiving: 22 Nov 2016 - 25 Nov 2016 (NO LAB, NO CLASS)

Study day: 30 Nov 2016 (NO LAB)

Classes end after: 1 Dec 2016 (NO CLASS)

Semester exams: 14 Sep 2016, 12 Oct 2016, 2 Nov 2016

Final exam:

(Section 1) 6 Dec 2016 @ 0800-0850 (Min Kao 418 "Tesla Lab")
(Section 2) 6 Dec 2016 @ 0800-0850 (Min Kao 421 "Hydra Lab")
(Section 3) 6 Dec 2016 @ 0900-0950 (Min Kao 418 "Tesla Lab")
(Section 4) 6 Dec 2016 @ 0900-0950 (Min Kao 421 "Hydra Lab")

(Section 5) 8 Dec 2016 @ 1230-1320 (Min Kao 418 "Tesla Lab")
(Section 6) 8 Dec 2016 @ 1230-1320 (Min Kao 421 "Hydra Lab")
(Section 7) 8 Dec 2016 @ 1330-1420 (Min Kao 418 "Tesla Lab")
(Section 8) 8 Dec 2016 @ 1330-1420 (Min Kao 421 "Hydra Lab")
(Section 9) See plan



Plagiarism / Cheating

Cheating and plagiarism are serious offenses and are grounds for dismissal from the course and an automatic NC grade. Please read UT's honor statement for more information on what constitutes plagiarism and what actions may be taken if the honor statement is violated. We have written a helpful guide to avoiding plagiarism.

Grading

This course is graded ABC/NC. If you receive any grade below a C, you will be given an NC (No Credit). If you fail any grading category (<70%), you may receive an NC for the class, depending on your instructor.

20% - Quizzes (drop 3 lowest)
35% - Exams (1 - 5%, 2 - 10%, 3 - 10%, Final - 10%)
15% - Debugs (drop 2 lowest)
30% - Labs (drop 1 lowest)



Disability Services (ODS)

Any student with disabilities who needs special accommodations may register with the Office of Disability Services and apply for disability status. It is the student's responsibility to provide all supporting documentation (see ODS Handbook). Furthermore, it is the student's responsibility to notify the instructor of a special need at least one week prior to the event (e.g., an exam).