Module Descriptor School of Computer Science and Statistics
|Module Name||COMPUTER ENGINEERING I|
|Module Short Title||1E3|
|Semester Taught||second semester|
|Contact Hours||Lecture hours:33|
|Module Personnel||Assistant Professor Lucy Hederman|
Upon completion of this module, students will be able to:
This module aims to equip students with the skills to design and develop simple imperative programs. It provides a solid grounding in algorithm design and programming techniques, in preparation for later courses that require programming.
|Recommended Reading List|
C++ Programming: Program Design Including Data Structures, DS Malik, 6th edition
Assessment is by means of a formal written examination which contributes 80% towards overall end-of-year grade. The other 20% is comprised of weekly assessments which take place during the computer-based laboratory practical sessions. Attendance at lectures and laboratories is compulsory. The annual written examination is a two hour examination requiring students to answer 3 questions out of 4 which tests students’ grasp of problem-solving, programming concepts and programme design and implementation skills. Supplemental assessment is based on 100% examination only.
|Academic Year of Data||2016/17|