Prerequisites. CS242, EE408, or consent of the instructor.
Location and Times. TuTh 4:00-5:15, Snell 112.
Instructor. Alexis Maciel. Science Center 379, 268-2385, email@example.com.
Office Hours. TuTh 10:00-11:00, WF 10:00-11:30.
Required Text. Web Technologies: A Computer Science Perspective, Jeffrey C. Jackson, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007. ISBN 0-13-185603-0.
Grading. Your evaluation will be based on homework assignments (A), a midterm test (T) and a final exam (F). Your course grade will be computed using the following formula:
The final exam will not be cumulative. At the final exam, you will have the option of writing a make-up for the midterm test. Tentative date for the midterm test: Wednesday, March 11. This will be an evening exam. All students are required to write the final exam (no exemptions).
Policy for missed work. There will be no make-up assignments. Late assignments may be accepted if a good excuse is provided and if arrangements are made at a reasonable time, in advance, if possible. Make-up tests can be arranged under the same conditions. Other special arrangements can be made for students forced to miss more than a few days of class.