CSE 4102/4202 Computer Science / Software Engineering Projects
322 Harris Center, x7280
Office Hours: TR 11am-1pm (or by appointment)
Course WWW Page: http://www.cs.fit.edu/~pkc/classes/seniorProjects/
A two-semester senior project sequence that serves as the capstone for
the project-intensive courses in computers science. Students team to
implement a software project from conception to completion.
||Project planning and discussion with Faculty Sponsor|
|Jan 17 (Wed) [Jan 15 is a holiday]
||Project plan with 3 milestones (approved by a Faculty Sponsor and presentation in class)|
|Feb 12 (Mon)
||Milestone 1 or 4 (progress evaluation by Faculty Sponsor and presentation in class)|
|Mar 19 (Mon)
||Milestone 2 or 5 (progress evaluation by Faculty Sponsor and presentation in class)|
|Apr 6? (Fri)
||Student Design Showcase|
|Apr 16 (Mon)
||Milestone 3 or 6 (progress evaluation by Faculty Sponsor and presentation in class) and |
Scores for teammates
- 10%: project plan with 3 milestones, presentation and project web site (grades from me)
- 60%: progress toward the 3 milestones, 20% each
(grades from Faculty Sponsors)
- 15%: presentation for the 3 milestones, progress summary/evaluation, and project web site (grades from me)
- 15%: contribution to the team (grades from teammates)
- A: 90%, B: 80%, C: 70%, D: 60%
- Students are encouraged to help each other on assignments,
but plagiarism (copying) is prohibited.
- first violation: zero on assignment/test
- second violation: 'F' for the course
- Late assignments are accepted, but 20% is deducted for each day.
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