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CS20 Programming forEngineers
 Introduction to computer programming principles using MATLAB,with applications chosen from civil, electrical, environmental, and mechanical engineering.
Summer 2013
Jul 15 - Aug 99:00 - 11:45 a.m.MTWR, JEFFRD 112
Alison Pechenick 
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Mr. Jonathan Godbout (Jonathan.Godbout@uvm.edu).
 If you wish to question or contest a homework grade, please e-mail the grader a politeinquiry, and 
within two day
after the grade is posted 
Required Materials:
Laptop (required of all students, brought to each class meeting)
MATLAB & Simulink Student Version (R2013a)
 MATLAB: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solvin
,Second Edition, by Stormy AttawayPublisher: Butterworth-Heinemann (Elsevier). ISBN: 978-0-12-385081-2
Staying informed:
You are responsible for regularly checking our Blackboard(bb.uvm.edu) course space and your UVM e-mail account.
Course Philosophy:
Given the class size and intense pace, this course will be treatedas a seminar (hence the "Discussion" component of the grade).
Classroom Etiquette:
Appropriate classroom conduct is expected in order to make the learning environmentas conducive as possible for everyone.Use common sense and respect your instructor and classmates.
Arrive in time to be seated and have your laptop powered up prior to class time.
Be present and focused during lectures, demonstartions and discussions.
Your computer should be used to replicate class demos and work on in-class problems.
Please do not surf the web, chat, etc.
Silence and stow your cell phone.
Actively participate in discussions and independent work time.
Homeworks: 35-40 %Daily Discussions (based on work done previously, in or out of class; includesinstructor prompts and student questions): 10-15%
Weekly Examinations (one hour each of the first three Thursdays): 30%
Final Project: 20%
In-class graded work (discussions, programming problems, weekly exams, etc.) may not be made up.
Assignment Logistics:
All homework will be in the form of programming assignments.Some assignments will be completed and demonstrated (to the instructor and possiblyclassmates) during scheduled class meeting time.

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