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k
e
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m
ter

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C
ol
l
e
ge

Course

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Course

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COP

1000


Course

Title:



In
t
rod
u
c
t
i
on
t
o

P
ro
g
ra
m
mi
ng


CRN:




10386


Cr
e
di
t
:


3


T
e
rm:


Fall 2013




Course

C
a
talog

D
e
s
c
riptio
n
:

.

T
h
i
s

i
s a

l
an
g
ua
g
e
-
i
ndepe
n
dent

i
n
t
r
od
u
c
t
o
r
y p
r
o
g
r
a
m
m
i
ng

cou
r
se

w
h
i
ch

h
e
l
ps
st
uden
t
s
g
a
i
n

s
k
ill
s

and
k
no
w
l
ed
g
e
o
f

s
t
r
uc
t
u
r
ed

and o
b
j
e
c
t
-
o
ri
e
n
t
ed

and e
v
en
t
-
d
ri
v
en p
r
o
g
r
a
m
m
i
ng
p
ri
n
c
i
p
l
e
s
.

T
o
p
i
cs

i
n
c
l
ude

n
u
m
ber

s
y
s
t
e
m
s, b
a
s
i
c

t
o
o
l
s,

ps
e
ud
o
-
code,
h
i
e
r
a
r
chy

and
fl
o
w
c
h
a
r
t
s,

co
m
p
il
e
r
s
a
nd

i
n
t
e
r
p
r
e
t
e
r
s,

a
l
g
o
r
i
t
h
m
s, d
a
t
a
v
a
li
d
a
t
i
on, a
n
d d
e
f
en
s
i
v
e
p
r
o
g
r
a
m
m
i
n
g
.
N
o p
ri
or

e
x
p
e
r
i
ence
w
i
t
h co
m
pu
t
e
r
s or

p
r
o
g
r
a
m
m
i
ng

i
s n
e
ce
s
s
ar
y
,
n
or

i
s
a
ny
sp
e
c
i
al

k
no
w
l
ed
g
e of

m
a
t
h
e
m
a
ti
c
s
.



I
nstr
u
c
tor:


Nancy M. Grucza

Conta
c
t

I
n
fo
r
mation:


gruczan@lssc.edu

O
f
fi
c
e

L
o
c
a
t
i
on:

Build M Rm
108 Leesburg

Room 108

Leesburg



O
f
fi
c
e

Hou
r
s:



By appointment



All

st
u
d
en
ts a
r
e

requir
e
d to
u
se

Lak
e
rMa
i
l for o
f
fi
c
ial

c
ol
l
e
ge

e
-
m
ail
c
om
m
u
n
icatio
n
s.

S
e
e

t
h
e

c
ol
l
e
ge

w
e
b
si
t
e

for i
n
st
ru
c
t
i
o
n
s on

a
c
t
i
v
at
i
n
g
L
ak
e
rMa
i
l.

P
r
e
r
e
quis
i
te
s
:

N
one


T
e
x
tbook and
O
ther

Course

Mat
e
ri
a
l
s
:

Starting Out w/C++:

From Control Structures through Obje
c
ts

(w/MyLabAccess) Edition: 7th
Author:

Gaddis

ISBN:

9780132774178

Copyright Year:

2012

Publisher:

PEARSON EDUCATION



The following software will

be used throughout the course. It is suggested that you have
it available on your personal computer.


http://media.pearsoncmg.com/aw/aw_gaddis_sowcsobr_7/cssupport/Student_files.zip
Raptor download:
http://
raptor.martincarlisle.com


Code::Blocks download: http://www.codeblocks.org/downloads/binaries







T
ec
hnol
o
g
y

a
nd
Online Computer
A
cce
ss
R
e
qui
r
e
ment
s
:

Compu
t
e
rs
a
re

a
v
a
i
l
a
ble

outs
i
de

c
lass me
e
t
i
ng

t
i
m
e
s
in the campus libraries and
Learning Centers.

It is the student’s responsibility to have an alternative plan if their
main computer system fails or encounters technical issues that prevent the completion
of required assignments by the specified due date. Computer hardware, software a
nd/or
printer problems are not acceptable excuses for incomplete or late assignments.


Course

Obj
ec
t
i
v
e
s:

(
what
t
he

c
our
s
e

wi
l
l
do)

This cou
r
se

is des
i
g
n
e
d
t
o
e
quip
t
he

student with a

b
a
sic kno
w
le
d
ge

of the

c
ompu
t
e
r

Programming

discipline.

S
tudents will
l
ea
rn h
o
w to div
i
de

a

proj
ec
t
i
nto
i
ts compon
e
nt
tasks
a
nd lo
g
i
c
a
l
l
y

o
r
g
a
n
i
z
e

them to
m
ee
t de
f
ined

r
e
quir
e
ments.


S
tudent

L
e
a
rni
n
g

Out
c
omes
(
S
L
Os)
Ass
e
ssed in
t
his
Cours
e
:

(
what
t
he

students
t
a
k
e
wi
t
h them

b
ey
ond th
i
s
c
ours
e
)


At the
c
on
c
lus
i
on of

th
i
s co
u
rs
e
, the stud
e
nt wi
l
l
b
e

a
ble to:

1.
Understand fundamental hardware, software, and program
m
ing concepts
;

2. Cr
e
a
te b
a
sic

c
ompu
t
e
r p
r
o
g
r
a
m
s

in C++
;

3
.


T
e
st

and document

basic
c
ompu
t
e
r
p
r
o
g
ra
ms;

4.
Create basic computer program logic using flowcharts and pseudocode.






A
ca
d
e
m
i
c

I
nt
e
g
ri
t
y
:

The

succ
e
ssful fun
c
t
i
on
i
ng

of the

a
c
a
d
e
m
i
c

c
o
m
mun
i
t
y

d
e
mands hon
e
s
t
y
, whi
c
h

is
t
he

b
a
sis

of
re
sp
e
c
t for

both
i
d
ea
s and

p
e
rsons.

I
n the

aca
d
e
m
i
c

c
om
m
uni
t
y
, t
h
e
re

is an
on
g
oi
n
g

a
ssu
m
pt
i
on of

a
ca
d
e
m
i
c

in
te
g
ri
t
y

a
t

a
ll

lev
e
ls. The
r
e

is
t
he

e
x
p
ec
t
a
t
i
on that
wo
r
k will

be

indep
e
nd
e
n
tl
y

tho
u
g
htful
a
nd
r
e
spons
i
ble
a
s to
i
ts
s
our
c
e
s of i
n
f
o
r
mation
a
nd inspir
a
t
i
on. Hon
e
s
t
y

is an
a
ppro
p
ri
a
te

c
onsid
e
r
a
t
i
on in o
t
h
e
r
w
a
y
s as

w
e
l
l
,
including

but not

l
i
m
i
ted to the
re
spons
i
ble use

of

l
i
b
ra
r
y

re
sou
r
ce
s,

r
e
spo
n
sib
l
e
c
ondu
c
t
i
n
e
x
a
m
i
n
a
t
i
ons,
a
nd the
re
spons
i
ble use

of

the

I
nte
r
n
e
t. (See

c
ol
l
e
ge

c
a
t
a
l
o
g
for

c
omp
l
e
te st
a
te
m
e
nt.)





I
mpor
t
a
nt

I
n
f
o
r
mation
for

S
tudents with
Disa
b
i
l
i
t
ies:

A
n
y

student with a

d
o
c
u
ment
e
d disabili
t
y

who
re
quir
e
s assis
t
a
n
c
e

o
r
a
c
a
d
e
m
i
c

acc
om
m
od
a
t
i
ons shou
l
d
c
onta
c
t
t
he

O
f
fi
c
e

for

S
tudents with Dis
a
bi
l
i
t
ies
i
m
m
e
diat
e
l
y
to d
i
s
c
uss

e
l
i
g
ib
i
l
i
t
y
. The

O
f
fi
c
e

for

S
tudents with Dis
a
bi
l
i
t
ies
(
OSD)

is
l
o
ca
ted on the
L
e
e
sbu
r
g

C
a
mpus, but a
r
r
a
n
g
e
ments
c
a
n be

ma
d
e

to
m
ee
t wi
t
h a

student on
a
n
y
ca
mpus. An
a
ppoin
t
ment

ca
n be

ma
d
e

b
y

c
a
l
l
ing

3
5
2
-
365
-
35
89

a
nd sp
e
c
ific
info
r
mation about the
O
S
D
a
nd

potential s
e
rvi
c
e
s

ca
n be

f
ound

a
t

w
w
w
.ls
s
c
.
e
d
u
,
then
g
o to “
Q
u
i
c
k

L
ink
s


a
nd

c
l
i
c
k on Dis
a
bi
l
i
t
y

S
e
rvi
c
e
s.


P
riv
a
c
y

P
ol
i
c
y

(
F
ER
P
A
)
:

The

Fa
m
i
l
y

Edu
c
a
t
i
on
a
l
R
i
g
hts and Priv
a
c
y

A
c
t
(
F
ER
P
A)

(
20 U.S.
C
. § 1232
g
; 34

C
F
R

P
a
rt99)

is a F
e
d
e
r
a
l
l
a
w th
a
t prote
c
ts
t
he

pri
v
a
c
y

of a

stu
d
e
nt’s
e
du
c
a
t
i
on r
e
c
o
r
ds.
I
n
o
rd
e
r

for

y
our in
f
o
rm
a
t
i
on to be
re
le
a
s
e
d,

a

f
o
r
m
m
ust be si
g
n
e
d
a
nd in

y
o
ur

r
e
c
o
rds
loc
a
ted in the
A
dm
i
ss
i
ons/R
e
g
is
t
r
a
r
’s
O
f
f
i
ce
.




Attend
a
n
c
e

/
W
i
t
hdr
a
w
a
l
P
ol
i
c
ies:

You
ca
n
r
e
fer to a

c
omp
l
e
te
w
i
t
hdr
a
w
a
l po
l
i
c
y

in
t
he

Col
l
e
g
e

ca
tal
o
g
; p
le
a
se

Familiarize

y
our
s
e
lf with

i
t
.
P
a
rticip
a
nts
m
ust wit
h
d
ra
w th
e
mselv
e
s if t
h
e
y

c
hoose

to
do so.

I
f

y
ou wish to withdr
a
w
f
rom the
c
our
s
e
,

y
ou must
g
o to
t
he

Admissions

O
f
fi
c
e
a
nd subm
i
t
t
he

f
o
r
mal
c
o
u
r
se

withdr
a
w
a
l fo
r
m

b
y

the o
f
fi
c
ial withdr
a
w
a
l
d
ea
dl
i
ne.

I
f
y
o
u do not complete

t
h
e

c
ourse

a
nd do not

fo
r
ma
l
l
y

withdr
a
w,

y
ou will

re
c
e
ive a
f
a
i
l
ing
g
r
a
d
e
.

W
i
t
hdr
a
w
a
l D
ea
dl
i
n
e
:

Monday, October 28, 2013


Df v

Programming Challenges

2050


Review Questions and Exercises


3
30

Mi
d
-
te
r
m e
x
a
m


150

F
inal
e
x
a
m


200

2
730

Total points




Each individual Programming Challenge is worth 50 point

and will be graded
using these guidelines:


Do
e
s the
A
ppl
i
ca
t
i
on R
u
n
a
nd Me
e
t
S
p
ec
if
i
ca
t
i
o
n
s
?

(
35/50 p
t
s)
I
s input a
d
e
qu
a
te?

I
s
p
ro
c
e
ss
i
n
g

a
d
e
qu
a
te?

I
s output a
d
e
qu
a
te?

I
s input data

p
rop
e
r
l
y

v
a
l
i
d
a
ted?













Methods of

Ev
a
luation:

I
s it

P
rop
e
r
l
y

Com
m
e
nt
e
d
?

(
5/50 p
t
s)


I
s the
p
r
o
g
r
a
m
t
i
t
le, p
r
o
g
ra
m
m
e
r
'
s first
a
nd
l
a
st n
a
me,
a
nd the d
a
te posted

a
t
t
he

top
in a mul
ti
-
l
i
ne

c
om
m
e
n
t
?

I
s

eac
h s
i
g
nifi
c
a
nt s
t
e
p of

the p
r
ogr
a
m pro
p
e
r
l
y

c
o
m
m
e
nted?
A
r
e

c
om
m
e
nts ad
d
e
d to
c
la
r
i
f
y

d
e
tails?

A
r
e

c
om
m
e
nts c
l
ea
r,

ac
c
u
ra
te, n
e
a
t
l
y

fo
r
matted,
a
nd h
a
ve

no m
i
sspell
i
n
g
s?


I
s it

P
rop
e
r
l
y

F
o
r
matted?

(
5/50 p
t
s)

A
r
e

blocks of

c
ode

inde
n
ted
acc
o
rding

to
t
h
e
i
r

p
a
r
e
n
t
-
c
hi
l
d r
e
lationship?
Do
c
u
r
l
y

bra
ce
s l
i
ne

up
v
e
rtic
a
l
l
y
?

I
s th
e
re

a
n

e
mp
t
y

l
i
ne

b
e
t
w
ee
n s
i
g
nifi
ca
nt s
t
e
ps (b
l
o
c
ks) of

the p
r
o
g
ra
m?

I
s the

fi
r
st
l
e
t
t
e
r of

eac
h

c
lass n
a
mes
ca
pi
t
a
l
iz
e
d?

I
s

ca
mel
-
ca
se

no
t
a
t
i
on us
e
d for

v
a
ri
a
ble
a
nd

c
lass

n
a
mes?

E
x
a
mp
l
e
s:
M
y
A
w
e
someC
l
a
ss, s
t
r
E
mp
l
o
y
e
e
L
a
stNam
e
.


W
a
s the
A
ppl
i
ca
t
i
on turn
e
d in on
t
i
m
e
?

(
5/50 p
t
s)

Your

c
ode

is eith
e
r on
t
i
m
e

or l
a
te.
N
o p
a
rtial
c
re
di
t
.

Consid
e
r
a
t
i
on m
a
y

b
e

g
iven if

y
o
u h
a
ve

a

v
a
l
i
d
e
x
c
use.

L
e
t
m
e

know

a
h
ea
d of
t
i
me, if

poss
i
ble.

You m
a
y

submit

the p
r
o
g
ra
m as
a
n

e
mail atta
c
hm
e
nt
b
y

the due

d
a
te
a
nd t
i
me if

y
ou
will

not be
a
ble to submit

it

in cl
a
ss.
M
y

e
ma
i
l ad
d
r
e
ss
i
s
gruczan@lssc.edu










G
ra
di
n
g

S
ca
le:

2457



2730

poin
t
s

A

2184



2456

B

1911



2183

C

1638



1910

D

1637



b
e
low

F

Course

C
a
lend
a
r:

Mondays, 6:30


9:15 pm, Leesburg Campus, Building M, Room 108





Classr
o
om

Rules
a
nd

P
ol
i
c
ies:

Com
m
unic
a
t
i
on
a
nd r
e
spe
c
t a
r
e

a
lso ess
e
nt
i
a
l hu
m
a
n

a
bi
l
i
t
ies that d
e
v
e
lop
i
n

p
r
oportion to the
e
x
tent
t
h
a
t we

pra
c
t
i
c
e

them. As

such,

th
e
y

will

pl
a
y

a

ce
n
tr
a
l role

in
our
c
lassr
o
om.
P
a
rt of

respe
c
t
i
s not using

pro
f
a
ni
t
y
. You n
e
v
e
r kn
o
w

who

m
a
y

b
e
o
f
f
e
nd
e
d
b
y

i
t
.

P
a
rticip
a
n
ts

a
re

e
n
c
ourag
e
d to d
i
s
a
g
r
e
e

with
m
e

or t
h
e

other

p
a
rticip
a
nts
i
n
c
lass
a
nd

o
f
f
e
r

a
l
t
e
rn
a
t
i
v
e
s so
l
o
n
g
a
s th
e
y

d
o so in a

re
s
p
ec
t
ful m
a
nn
e
r.
B
y

tr
e
a
t
i
ng

oth
e
rs
w
i
t
h respe
c
t, and b
e
i
n
g

a
b
l
e

to
t
a
lk and und
e
rst
a
nd i
d
ea
s

much
dif
fe
r
e
nt

f
r
om our own,

we

g
a
in a
f
u
rth
e
r un
d
e
rs
t
a
nding

of

the subje
c
t
,
e
a
c
h othe
r
,

a
nd
our
c
ul
t
u
re
.


Academic Honesty:

If
you cheat, some or all of the following actions will be taken:

1.

The first instance will result in a zero on the grade involved and may result in a
failing grade for the course.

2.

The second instance will result in a failing grade for the course.

3.

A report of t
he incident may be forwarded to the Dean of Student Affairs. The
Dean may file the report in your permanent record and/or take further
disciplinary action.

4.

Refer to your college catalog for the full statement on Academic Integrity.



Violen
c
e

S
tat
e
ment:

L
a
k
e
-
S
um
t
e
r State

Col
le
g
e

h
a
s

a

pol
i
c
y

of

z
e
ro tole
ra
n
c
e

f
or

vio
l
e
n
c
e

a
s s
t
a
ted

in
C
ol
l
e
g
e

B
o
a
rd Rule 2
.
17. App
r
opri
a
te

discipl
i
n
a
r
y

ac
t
i
on will

be

ta
k
e
n

in
acc
o
r
d
a
n
c
e

with
B
o
a
rd
R
ule 2.17.




S
y
l
l
a
bus Discl
a
i
m
e
r:

I
n
fo
r
mation cont
a
ined in

th
i
s
s
y
l
l
a
bus is, to
t
he

b
e
s
t knowledge

of this
i
nstru
c
tor,

c
onsid
e
r
e
d

c
o
r
r
ec
t and

c
omp
l
e
te
w
h
e
n dis
t
ribut
e
d

to
t
he

student. The

ins
t
ru
c
t
or
r
e
s
e
r
v
e
s the
r
i
g
ht, a
c
t
i
n
g with
i
n pol
i
c
ies
a
nd p
r
o
c
e
dur
e
s of

L
a
k
e
-
S
um
t
e
r State
Col
l
e
g
e
, to
m
a
ke

n
e
c
e
ss
a
r
y

c
h
a
n
g
e
s in

c
ourse

c
ontent or

ins
t
ru
c
t
i
on
a
l
t
ec
h
n
iques
without

prior

not
i
c
e

or
o
bl
i
g
a
t
i
on to
t
he

student.




**Please note: All
assignments are

due by
Sunday`

at 11 PM unless otherwise noted in the calendar below.

Assignments are subject to change with very
little
notice.



COP1000



Fall 2013


Reading

/In class review

Assignments

Point
Value

Notes/Reminders

Week 1: Aug. 19
-
25

Orientation
, Introduction
to Computers and
Programming



Chapter 1


Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (1
-
7)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (Odd Numbers)



Algorithm Workbench (30, 31)



Predict the result (33, 34)



Find the Error (36)



Use your Laker
-
Mail account



Use myprogramminglab (setup)


5

5

5

5

5

5

25


Each chapter will be reviewed in class.

You are expected to read the
chapter
prior to class time.

Week 2: Aug. 26
-
Sept. 1

Ch. 2,
Introduction to
C++
,

Ch. 3,Expressions and
Interactivity



Chapter
s

2

and 3

and review of
chapter 4.

Review Questions and Exercises page 76.

Chapter 2
-



Short Answers (Even Numbers)



Multiple
Choice (Odd Numbers)



Algorithm Workbench (27
)



Find the Error (29
)



Programming Challenges (1
-
3
)

Chapter
3


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3







5

5

5

5

150

150

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you⁤o⁴h攠odd o爠敶敮emb敲e楮 瑨攠
數敲捩ee
.

Otherwise, the
actual
number will be assigned.

Week 3: Sept. 2
-
8

Ch. 4, Making Decisions



Chapter 4

C
hapter 4


Prog牡rm楮g 䍨慬a敮e敳


-

3

150



9/2⁌慢o爠D慹


捯汬敧攠elo獥V

坥e欠4:⁓数琮‹
-


Loops and Files



Chapter 5

Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers
(1
-
5)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (Odd Numbers)



Algorithm Workbench (40, 41)



True/False (all)



Find the Error (65)



Programming Challenges (
2



4
)


5

5

5

5

5

150





Week 5: Sept. 16
-
22

Functions



Chapter 6

Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (1
-
5)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (10
-
15)



Algorithm Workbench (35)



True/False (even numbers)



Find the Error (60, 61)

Programming Challenges (6, 7, 8)


5

5

5

5

5

150


Week 6: Sept. 23
-
29

Arrays



Chapter 7

Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (1
-
5)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (20
-
25)



Algorithm Workbench (45)



True/False (odd numbers)



Find the Error (80
-
83)



Programming Challenges (
2
-
4)


5

5

5

5

5

150



Week 7: Sept. 30
-
Oct. 6

Searching and Sorting
Arrays



Chapter 8

Review Questions and Exercises



Programm
ing
Challenges (1
-
2
)



Review for
Mid Term
exam.


100

5







Week 8: Oct. 7
-
13

Mid
-
Term Exam (On
Campus)


Begin Chapter 9
-

Pointers




Mid Term, Chapters 1


8



Chapter 9

Mid Term Exam, Chapter 1
-
8


Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (1
-
5)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (13
-
20)



Algorithm Workbench (28)



True/False (odd numbers)



Find the Error (48
-
52)

Programming Challenges (11
-
13)

1
50


5

5

5

5

5

150




Week 9: Oct. 14
-
20

Characters, C
-
Strings, and
the string class.



Chapter 10

Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (4
-
8)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (20
-
26)



Algorithm Workbench (28, 29)



True/False (even numbers)



Find the Error (48
-
52)



Programming Challenges (1
-
3
)



5

5

5

5

5

150


Week 10: Oct. 21
-
27

Structured Data



Chapter 11

Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (1
-
5)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (odd numbers)



Algorithm Workbench (27, 28, 29)



True/False (36
-
45)



Find the Error (57, 58, 59)



Programming Challenges (9
-
11)



5

5

5

5

5

150

NOTE: We are skipping Chapter 12

Week 11:
Oct. 28
-
Nov. 3

Intro to Classes





Chapter 13

Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (1
-
5)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (even numbers)



Algorithm Workbench (47, 48, 49)



True/False (51
-
59)



Find the Error (75,76)



Programming Challenges (1, 6, 11)



5

5

5

5

5

150

Monday, Oct 28


withdrawal deadline

Week 12: Nov. 4
-
10

More About Classes



Chapter 14

and review of chapter
15.

Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (13
-
18)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (even numbers)



Algorithm Workbench (40, 42, 43)



True/False (51
-
55)



Find the
Error (59, 60
)

Programm
ing Challenges (1, 2, 3
)


5

5

5

5

5

150


Week 13: Nov. 11
-
17

Inheritance, Polymorphism,
and Virtual Functions



Chapter 15

Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (1
-
10)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (odd numbers)



Algorithm
Workbench (34)



True/False (even numbers)



Find the Error (53, 54)



Programming Challenges (2, 3, 4)



5

5

5

5

5

150






11/11 Veteran’s Day


college closed

Week 14: Nov. 18
-
24

Exceptions, Templates, and
Standard Template Library




Chapter 16

Review Questions and Exercises



Short Answers (6
-
10)



Fill
-
in
-
the
-
Blank (even numbers)



Algorithm Workbench (
29, 20
)



T
rue/False (odd

numbers)



Find the
Error (47, 48
)



Programming Chal
lenges (1, 2, 3
)


5

5

5

5

5

150


Week 15: Nov. 25
-
Dec. 2


Final exam
review, study guide to be
provided.




11/27 4:30 pm through Sunday 12/1
Thanksgiving


college closed

Final Exam
: Dec. 9, 2013

6:30 pm Room 108



Final Exam

200