CIS 370 – Operating Systems
Delta State University
|Instructor: Jerry Kandies||Class
Location: Broom 173
|Phone: 662-846-4426 (Office)||Class
Time: 10:00 – 10:50
|Email: email@example.com||Office Hours|
CIS 370. Operating Systems. In depth coverage of history and development of operating systems for personal computers, microcomputers, mainframes, and network servers. Requires extensive use of common operating systems. Prerequisite: CIS 210.3
Lecture, demonstration, discussion, and lab work for students.
Andrews, Jean, A+ Guide to Managing & Maintaining your PC: Sixth Edition Course Technology, Incorporated, 2007, ISBN 0-619-21758-8
PROJECTS ARE DUE AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS ON THE ANNOUNCED DATE. PROJECTS NOT TURNED IN AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS ARE CONSIDERED LATE, AND 10 PERCENT WILL BE DEDUCTED IF YOU HAVE AN EXCUSED ABSENCE. PROJECTS LATE BEYOND A WEEK WILL RECEIVE A ZERO.
Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated. If it is determined that a violation has occurred the instructor may determine the penalty and/or may report the offense to the division/department chair, the student’s advisor, and dean. The usual penalty involves a grade of zero on the examination, or paper in question. (University Bulletin, p. 71)
Grade Scale Grading 81-90
59 and Below
Make up exams and quizzes will be given for
missed. Make up exams and quizzes will be given forexcused absences only. The student should call the instructor on or before the examination day to explain the absence.
Tentative Schedule: see Schedule
SPECIAL NOTE: Students with a disability covered under the American with Disabilities Act are to notify the instructor and the University Coordinator of Americans with Disabilities in student health center or call 846-4690 and talk to Dr. Richard Houston.