|CLASS SCHEDULE:||Monday & Wednesday 1:00 - 2:50 PM|
|PRE-REQUISITES:||Completion of CS330 and CS 410 with grade of C or better|
|PHONE NUMBER:||(757) 683-7714|
|CS OFFICE:||(757) 683-5000|
|EMAIL ADDRESS:||email@example.com (homepage)|
|Monday 9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon|
|Tuesday & Thursday 1:30 - 4:00 PM|
|Wednesday 9:00 - 10:45 AM|
|GRAMMAR SPECIALIST:||Michael Kimble|
|COURSE TEXT:||None required.|
|McMurrey, A Writer's Handbook for Engineers, Thompson 2008 0495244821
All grades will include a component/multiplier based upon the student's demonstrated Professionalism. All labs will receive two grades: grammar and technical content. The percentage for each element will vary for each lab.
|Type of Graded Element||Description||Percentage|
|Writing - Lab I||Descriptive/Persuasive Paper||15% (Individual)|
|Writing - Lab II||Prototype Product Specification||15% (Individual)|
|Writing - Lab III||Prototype Test Plan/Procedures||10% (Individual)|
|Writing - Lab IV||Product/Prototype User's Manuals||10% (Individual)|
|Writing - Lab V||SBIR II Grant Proposal||5% (Group)|
|Writing - Requirements List||Development Environment Requirements for Prototype||5% (Group)|
|Test||Mid-Term Examination||15% (Individual)|
|Demonstration - Final Prototype||Product Laboratory Prototype/SBIR Plan||20% (Group)|
|Website||Product and course documents||5% (Group)|
ETS organization Major Field Test
All students are required to take the CS Exit Exam during this semester. Those who score in the lowest tenth percentile (nationally) will receive a grade reduction of 10% in CS411. Those who pass above the tenth percentile will receive no grade penalty.
ETS (out of Princeton) is the testing organization: Major Field Test - in Computer Science.
Grades for this course can be viewed using Blackboard.