[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Home Monash Info News and Events Campuses and Faculties Monash University
Monash University Handbooks


Foundations of programming (6 points)


Leader: A Cheng

Caulfield First semester 2003 (Evening)
Caulfield Second semester 2003 (Evening)
Caulfield First semester 2004 (Evening)
Caulfield Second semester 2004 (Evening)

Synopsis: This subject aims to provide students with the basic concepts involved in the development of well structured software using a programming language. It concentrates on the development of problem solving skills applicable to all stages of the development process. Students gain experience with the translation of an informal problem specification into a program design, and the implementation of that design in a programming language. The subject introduces software engineering topics such as maintainability, readability, testing, documentation, modularisation, and reasoning about correctness of programs. Students are expected to read and understand existing code as well as develop new code.

Assessment: Examination: 40% + Unit test: 20% + Assignments: 40%

Contact Hours: 2 hours of lectures and 2 hours of practicals per week

Prohibitions: Introductory Programming units such as BUS2011, BUS1063, CFR1121, CFR1124, CFR1403, CFR2121, CFR2128, CSC1011, CSC1021, CSE1301, CSE2121, CSE2401, GCO1811, SFT1101, SFT2121, SFT2201, SFT7600, TEC2041

Help | Contacts | Site Map | Staff Directory | Search