Computer Science I
Solutions to the final-exam practice problems are now available by going to the Blackboard page for the course and clicking Content and then solutions.
The remaining office hours are:
- Sunday, 6-8 p.m.: Alex, EMA 302
- Monday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.: Dr. Sullivan, PSY 228D
- Monday, 1-3 p.m.: Cody, EMA 302
- Tuesday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.: Will, EMA 302
Final exam schedule:
section A1: Wednesday, December 17, 9-11 am
section B1: Wednesday, December 17, 12:30-2:30 pm, Law School Auditorium
Additional information about the exam is available here.
- Tonight’s optional midterm review session will be from 8-9 p.m. in PHO 206.
The exams will be once again held in CGS 129.
- Tonight’s optional midterm review session will be from 7-8 p.m. in PHO 206.
To provide more room for you to spread out, the exams will be held in CGS 129.
Please make an effort to arrive on time or even a bit early, so that you can be sure to have the full 50 minutes for the quiz.
Please complete Lab 0 ASAP.
If you did not receive a copy of the lecture notes and syllabus in lecture today, there are PDF versions available using the lectures link at left. You may need to login to Blackboard Learn using your Kerberos username and password in order to access the lecture materials.
In addition, the lectures page includes a reading assignment and pre-lecture reading quiz for Friday’s lecture. You should complete the quiz by 9 a.m. on Friday morning.
The first lectures for the fall semester will be held on September 3. Labs will not meet during that first week.
- Course description
- The first course for computer science majors and anyone seeking a rigorous introduction. Develops computational problem-solving skills by programming in the Python language, and exposes students to variety of other topics from computer science and its applications.
- David G. Sullivan, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer on Computer Science
(see the staff page for contact information and office hours)
- section A1: MWF, 10-11, KCB 101
- section B1: MWF, 12-1, COM 101
- All students must attend a one-hour lab session in the CS teaching lab, EMA 304. The lab sections are completely interchangeable. Students enrolled in the A lecture may enroll in a B lab, and vice versa.
- Weekly problem sets and final project (40% of the final grade)
- Two midterm exams (25%)
- Final exam (25%)
- Pre-lecture reading quizzes (5%)
- Attendance at and participation in both the lectures and labs (5%)
- CS for All by Christine Alvarado, Zachary Dodds, Geoff Kuenning, and Ran Libeskind-Hadas. This is an online textbook that is available here.
- You will need a Turning Technologies Response Card RF clicker (ISBN 9781934931394) for use during lecture. If you have purchased a clicker for another BU course in the past, you should be able to use it for this course as well.