CS114L/IT114L: Introduction to Java Part I - Fall 2009

Welcome to CS114L/IT114L! This is an introductory course in Java programming that exposes students to the concepts involved in using a higher-level, object-oriented programming language. The course will explain the program development process and give students lots of hands-on experience writing small Java programs

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Announcements page regularly for new announcements, homeworks, projects, useful links, etc,.... during the course period.

Instructor's Contact Information:
                                        Saaid Baraty
                                        Office: S-3-90
                                        Office Hours: Tu/Th 4:15pm - 5:15pm or by appointment
                                        Office Phone: (617) 287-6445
                                        e-mail: sbaraty@cs.umb.edu


Accommodations: Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 offers guidelines for curriculum modifications and adaptations for students with documented disabilities. If applicable, students may obtain adaptation recommendations from the Ross Center for Disability Services, M-1-401, (617-287-7430). The student must present these recommendations and discuss them with each professor within a reasonable period, preferably by the end of Drop/Add period.

Student Conduct: Students are required to adhere to the University Policy on Academic Standards and Cheating, to the University Statement on Plagiarism and the Documentation of Written Work, and to the Code of Student Conduct as delineated in the catalog of Undergraduate Programs, pp. 44-45, and 48-52. The Code is available online at: http://www.umb.edu/student_services/student_rights/code_conduct.html

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