M 1:00-4:50 pm
Please see material distributed in class and on Desire 2 Learn
The final grade for the course will be based on the exam scores and the homework assignment scores. Two of the lowest homework scores will be dropped unless the instructor states that a particular assignment may not be dropped. Exams I and II account for 25% each of the course grade, the final exam accounts for 30% of the course grade, the project accounts for 10% of the course grade, and the homework assignments account for 10% of the course grade. The overall average score (X) for the course is determined as follows:
X = .25•(exam I score% + exam II score%) + .3*(final exam score%) + .1*(project%)+ .1• (homework average%).
All homework assignments will be due at Noon (1 hour prior to the beginning of class) on the particular Monday stated. A location where these assignments will be collected will be announced in class. If you are unable to meet this deadline, you will need to use one of your two assignment drops. Printing issues are not a valid excuse for late homework. Print at home (perhaps saving the SolidWorks files in a .pdf format) or the student center, library, or in the lab. Bring a digital device (flash drive, smart phone, etc.) with storage capability to each class and save all classwork at least until final grades are posted in May. Save files often throughout each class period; issues with saving materials are not a valid excuse for late homework. Please note that once an assignment has been collected (in the specified location) you may not retrieve it. In extreme cases the instructor only will have the discretion to accept a late homework assignment for credit.
You are expected to attend class regularly and are responsible for notes and homework assignments missed while absent. While not explicilty a part of the grade, attendance will be taken regulary (most every meeting) and at (possibly) multiple times within one session.