COURSE INFORMATION

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COURSE NAME: Intro. to Computer Science I (Honors)
CLASS MAILING LIST: v22_0101_001_fl99@cs.nyu.edu
TIME: Tuesday and Thursday 1:20-2:35
PLACE: Warren Weaver Hall, Room 102
PROFESSOR: Professor Marsha Berger, Office: WWH 1130,
Phone: (212)998-3305, Email: berger@cs.nyu.edu
OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday & Thursday 2:45-3:30
ETUTOR: Paul Flannery, Email: pmf204@is8.nyu.edu
PREREQUISITE: Some previous programming experience in a high-level programming language
TEXTBOOK: Java: How to Program
by Deitel and Deitel (3rd Edition)
EXAMINATIONS: midterm (30%) and final (40%)
HOMEWORK: Programs will be due approx. every other week (30%). There will be a rather large final project.
LAST DAY OF CLASSES: Monday, Dec. 13
LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW: Monday, Nov. 8
FINAL EXAM: Friday, Dec. 17, 8:00 - 9:50 AM, Room 408 Main Bldg.

DESCRIPTION

This is a first course in computer science, for students who have declared to have some previous programming experience, and want to move faster than the regular sections of this courses. Java will be the programming language. No previous knowledge of Java is expected, but you should have some familiarity with writing programs in Pascal, Basic, C or some other common programming language.