ICS 103 - Fall 2017
Office: Building 22, Room 328, Phone: 4642
Final Exam: Sunday, January 7, 2018, at 8 AM, Exhibition Building 54
Quiz 7: 2D Arrays and Strings, Monday, December 25
Quiz 6: Arrays, Searching, Sorting, Wednesday, December 13
Quiz 5: File Input and Output, Wednesday, December 6
Quiz 4: Functions, Parameters, and Pointers, Wednesday, November 22
Quiz 3: Loops and Expressions, Wednesday, November 1
Quiz 2: Selection Structures and Expressions, Wednesday, October 18
Quiz 1: Overview of Computers and Programming in C, Monday, October 9
Midterm Exam: Saturday, November 11, at 10 AM
Questions related to assignments and grading should be directed to the teaching assistant.
Overview of computer hardware and software; Programming in C with emphasis on modular and structured programming technique; Problem solving and algorithm development; Simple engineering and scientific problems. Note: ICS 103 cannot be taken by ICS/SWE students. Credits: 2-3-3.
Problem Solving and Program Design in C, 8th edition, Jeri Hanly and Elliot Koffman, Prentice Hall, 2016.
Provide engineering students with basic knowledge of programming in C and problem solving.
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
Lab Learning Outcomes
Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
Dev-C++: Runs only on Windows Platforms
Code::Blocks: Runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS
Lab : 20%
Homework and Quizzes : 25%
Midterm Exam : 25%
Final Exam : 30%
|Last Updated: Monday January 01, 2018, by Dr. Muhamed Mudawar|