CSC 150 Database Applications and Design Using SQL
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Students must be prepared for each class and must bring all necessary materials and computer files. Students not prepared for the class will be asked to leave the class until they are prepared.
P-R-R: How to Read Your Textbook More Efficiently
Study Guides and Strategies - http://www.studygs.net/index.htm
Reading Your Textbooks - http://www.mtsu.edu/~studskl/Txtbook.html
Taking Lecture notes - http://www.people.virginia.edu/~rjh9u/lecnotes.html
Reading course material: 1 to 2 hours per week
Written/Computer work: 1 to 2 hours per week.
Plan on spending 4 hours, possibly more, per week outside of class time.
Students with DisabilitiesStudents with physical or learning disabilities who may require accommodations are encouraged to contact the Counseling Office. After disclosing the nature of the disability, students are urged to discuss their needs with individual instructors. This should be done at the beginning of each semester. Instructors, in conjunction with appropriate college officials, will provide assistance and/or accommodations only to those students who have completed this process
The instructor is available via e-mail 24/7 to answer any questions students may have regarding any aspect of this course.
Gateway Community College statement on academic honesty & Classroom Behavior:At Gateway Community College we expect the highest standards of academic honesty. Academic dishonesty is prohibited in accordance with the Board of Trustees' Proscribed Conduct Policy... This policy prohibits cheating on examinations, unauthorized collaboration on assignments, unauthorized access to examinations or course materials, plagiarism, zero tolerance for threatening, intimidating, and violent behavior, and other proscribed activities.
Plagiarism is defined as the use of another's idea(s) or phrase(s) and representing that/those idea(s) as your own, either intentionally or unintentionally.
Students missing more than 25% of classes will not be given college course credit for this class.
Assignments are due on the given date, unless arrangements are made in advanced with the instructor. A hard copy (print-out) of all assignments must be turned in during class, even if the assignment also requires the student to submit the assignment via e-mail. If a student cannot attend a class, the hard-copies of any missed assignments must be turned in at the next class the student attends. Late assignments will not be accepted unless arrangements have been made with the instructor. The leading cause of poor grades in this class is the lack of homework!!
There will be two one hour tests and one cumulative final exam. All exams are closed book. Requests to make-up a missed exam must be made, in writing or via e-mail, prior to but no more than twenty-four hours after the scheduled time for the exam.
Final grade for this class will be based on the following:
Cellular Phones & Pagers in the ClassroomStudents are hereby notified that cellular phones and beepers are allowed in the class only if they are turned off or turned to silent mode. Under no circumstances are telephones of be answered in class. Students who ignore this policy may be asked to leave class. When there are extenuating circumstances that require a student to be available by phone or beeper, the student should speak to the instructor prior to class, so that together they can arrive at an agreement concerning the devices.
Take Home Final
In Class Final
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