Topics covered include:
- Web page creation and styling using HTML and CSS.
- Protocols and standards supporting Internet Applications design and security issues.
- Database-driven web applications.
COMP103 Introduction to Computer Science 1
- Dr. Vimal Kumar
Phone: +64 7 838 4021
Official Timetable Information
Students should expect to spend about 12 hours per week on this paper, in the following proportions:
|Private Study||9 hours (including optional attendance at supervised labs)|
Links to appropriate readings and reference materials will be provided on Moodle as the paper progresses.
All necessary resources will be provided on Moodle.
The laboratory for this course is Computing
Laboratory Six. The programming environment for the majority of the course will be Linux. Printing, email and web access is available but will be charged for through the Unicash charging system. Other software will be made available as required.
A combination of practical exercises, tests and examination. All items of assessment are to be completed on an individual basis.
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 2:1
All items of assessment are compulsory.
Assessment items submitted later than the stated deadline will receive a mark of zero.
Students need to achieve at least 40% in the examination to pass the paper.
Class attendance is expected. The lecture material is an integral part of the course. Failure to attend any timetabled sections of the paper means the student may miss material not presented elsewhere.
Follow this link for Academic Integrity information and this link for detailed explanation of How to prevent plagiarism in Computer Science assessment items.
Follow this link for information on Performance Impairment.
Student Concerns and Complaints
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Application for Extension
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Review of Grade
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Your attention is drawn to the following regulations and policies, which are published in the University Calendar: