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JAVA PROGRAMMING I – BPROG1203 / BIE1213

MODULE DETAILS
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
Semester: 2
Credits: 3
Status: CS
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
E-Mail: izan@limkokwing.edu.my
Website: -
Portfolio: N/A
Venue: please refer to timetable
Day: please refer to timetable
Time: please refer to timetable

Prepared by: Nursyarizan Mohd Akbar Checked by:

Signature: Date: Signature: Date: ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬

This document comprises the following:

Essential Information
Specific Module Information
Module Rules & Regulations
Grades
Plagiarism
Module Introduction
Module Aims & Objectives
Learning Outcome
Specific Generic Learning Skills
Syllabus + Lecture Outline
References
Assessment Schedule
Assessment Criteria
Learning Activities
Specific Criteria

Other documents as follows will be issued to you on an ongoing basis throughout the semester:

Handouts for Assignments
Submission Requirements + Guidelines
1.0ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
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:
Assessment procedure:
These rules and regulations are to be read in...
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