Course Location: Cyberjaya
Department: Faculty of Information and Communication Technology Program Name: B Sc (Hons) in Business Information Technology
B Sc (Hons) in Software Engineering with Multimedia
B Sc (Hons) in Information Technology
B Sc (Hons) in Information Communication Technology
B Sc (Hons) in Electronic Commerce
B Sc (Hons) in Mobile Computing
Contact hours: 4 hours (2 hours lecture + 2 hours tutorial) No. of weeks: 14 Teaching weeks + 2 Final examination weeks + 1 Week midterm break Teaching Pattern: Lectures and Laboratories
Pre-requisite: BPROG1101 C++ Programming I
No. of assignments : 1
Lecturer’s Name: Ms. Nursyarizan Mohd Akbar
Contact Number : ext. 8408
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This document comprises the following:
Specific Module Information
Module Rules & Regulations
Module Aims & Objectives
Specific Generic Learning Skills
Syllabus + Lecture Outline
Other documents as follows will be issued to you on an ongoing basis throughout the semester:
Handouts for Assignments
Submission Requirements + Guidelines
All modules other than electives are 'significant modules' As an indicator of workload one credit carries and additional 2 hours of self study per week. For example, a module worth 3 credits require that the student spends an additional 6 hours per week, either reading, completing the assignment or doing self directed research for that module. Submission of ALL assignment work is compulsory in this module. A student cannot pass this module without having to submit ALL assignment work by the due date or an approved extension of that date. All assignments are to be handed on time on the due date. Students will be penalized 10 percent for the first day and 5 percent per day thereafter for late submission (a weekend or a public holiday counts as one day). Late submission, after the date Board of Studies meeting will not be accepted. Due dates, compulsory assignment requirements and submission requirements may only be altered with the consent of the majority of students enrolled in this module at the beginning/early in the program. Extensions of time for submission of assignment work may be granted if the application for extension is accompanied by a medical certificate. Overseas travel is not an acceptable reason for seeking a change in the examination schedule. Only the Head of School can grant approval for extension of submission beyond the assignment deadline. Re-submission of work can only receive a 50% maximum pass rate. Supplementary exams can only be granted if the level of work is satisfactory AND the semester work has been completed. Harvard referencing and plagiarism policy will apply on all written assignments.
2.0SPECIFIC MODULE INFORMATION
Attendance rate of 80% is mandatory for passing module.
All grades are subject to attendance and participation.
Absenteeism at any scheduled presentations will result in zero mark for that presentation. Visual presentation work in drawn and model form must be the original work of the student. The attached semester program is subject to change at short notice.
3.0MODULE RULES AND REGULATIONS:
These rules and regulations are to be read in...