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Course : Object Oriented Programming Fall 2022

Course Number
Section Number
Fall 2022
Bolin Hall, 320
Days & Times
Final Exam Day/Time
Monday, December 05, 2022 10:30 am - 12:30 am
  • Abstraction
  • OOP Design
  • Classes & Methods
  • Encapsulation
  • Polymorphism
  • Overloading
  • Abstract Classes
  • Inheritence and Substitution
  • Introduction to UML
  • UML Relationships 
  • Subclasses and Subtypes
  • Static and Dynamic Behavior
  Exams (3)1 40%   A: 89-100
  Programs (3-5)2 & Assignments 30%   B: 79-88
  Final4 30%   C: 69-78
  GitHub Portfolio 10%   D: 59-68
        F: below 59
  1. Lowest exam grade replaced by Final Exam grade (if beneficial).
  2. Despite the low overall value of the programming portion of the course, ALL programs must be turned in running to pass the course.  They don't have to be necessarily correct, but they must run and they need to at least approach the solution (a "Hello World" program will not work). 
  3. The portion that the "homework/quizzes" section of the course is worth will be calculated by a function based on the number of assignments and quizzes. If zero homeworks / quizzes are assigned then they will be assigned a 0% portion. If at least 10 are assigned then the full 25% will be assigned as its weight. If the full weight is not used, then the class will decide how the remaining percentage points will be assigned. 
  4Plane ticket prices, events like weddings, or trips out of the country are not valid excuses for missing the final exam time. I will not make accommodations for anything other than an issue vetted by the dean of students


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