CS2800: Course Policies and General Information
Staff and office hours:
Can be found here
The official prerequisite for course is CS2110.
Please speak to Prof. Selman if you haven't taken CS2110.
It shouldn't be a problem if you're taking
Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (6th edition),
Kenneth H. Rosen, McGraw-Hill.
The final grade for the course will be determined as follows:
You will be able to track your homework/exam scores throughout the semester
via the CMS website.
- Homeworks: 35%
- Midterm: 25% (Nov. 3rd, 7:30-9:00PM, UP B17)
- Final: 40% (scheduled for Dec. 17th, 2:00-4:30pm, Ives 305)
There will be roughly 6-8 homework assignments spaced out over the
course of the semester, all of equal weight. The lowest homework score will
be dropped prior to calculating your final grade.
Late Homework Policy:
Homeworks must be turned in in class on the day that they are due.
Late homework submissions will be penalized 20% for each day late.
It's OK to discuss the problems with others,
but you MUST write
up solutions on your own, and understand what you are writing.
You may not copy any part of someone else's code or written homework.
To do so is a violation of the Academic Integrity Code.