|CSCU9T4 - Managing Information Syllabus Spring 2017|
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PrerequisitesCSC9A3 (Data Structures, Objects and Algorithms)
Students will gain an understanding of:
Students will learn transferable skills in:
In order to pass this module you must submit all items of coursework and attend the examination.
In this module the prescribed classes are the tutorials and the practicals. Failure to attend at least two-thirds of prescribed classes will result in the module grade being capped at a maximum of 3C for that module, unless good cause for missing those classes can be shown. Responsibility for showing good cause lies with the student.
Non-submission of any single item of assessed coursework will result in the award of No Grade for the module as a whole. If you cannot meet the assignment hand-in deadline and have good cause, please see the coordinator to explain your situation and ask for an extension. Coursework will be accepted up to five days after the submission date (or expiry of any agreed extension) but the grade will be lowered by one grade point per day or part thereof. After five days the piece of work will be deemed a non-submission and will receive a No Grade, resulting in No Grade for the module overall.
A student who is unable to attend the main examination must apply to the Student Programmes Office for a deferred examination. If this is not granted, the examiners may allow a repeat examination. Only students who obtain an overall 4 grade following the main examination are eligible for a repeat examination. The grade awarded following a repeat examination is capped at 3C.
Work which is submitted for assessment must be your own work. All students should note that the University has a formal policy on plagiarism. Plagiarism means presenting the work of others as though it were your own. The University takes a very serious view of plagiarism, and the penalties can be severe. Specific guidance on computing assignments may be found in the Student Handbook.