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ECE 462 Fall 2009

Course Outcomes:

A student who successfully fulfills the course requirements will have demonstrated:

  1. an ability to write object-oriented programs of moderate complexity in Java. [3,4;e]
  2. an ability to write object-oriented programs of moderate complexity in C++. [3,4;e]
  3. an understanding of the concepts of inheritance and polymorphism. [3,4;k]
  4. an ability to use template classes and the STL library in C++ and Java. [3,4;k]
  5. an understanding of the difference between function overloading and function overriding. [3,4;k]
  6. an ability to overload operators in C++. [4;c,e,k]
  7. an ability to incorporate exception handling in object-oriented programs. [3,4;k]
  8. an ability to write programs with multiple threads and use synchronization among threads. [3,4,k]

To receive a passing grade (D- or above), a student must pass all outcomes.


  • 2009/10/02 Friday 810-920AM (outcomes 3 and 4) exam1
  • 2009/10/30 Friday 810-920AM (outcomes 5 and 6) exam2
  • 2009/11/20 Friday 810-920AM (outcomes 7 and 8) exam3
  • 2009/12/02 Wednesday 830-920AM (outcomes 3 - 8) for the people that have not passed all outcomes. If you have passed all outcomes, you do not have to take this exam. This exam allows you to pass outcomes but the score is not counted in your final grade.
  • 2009/12/15 Tuesday 8-10 AM. No outcome will be tested. Physics 116 and 117. final exam

No outcome will be tested in the final exam. If you have not passed all 8 outcomes by 2009/12/02, you will receive F.

Outcomes 1 and 2 will be evaluated by individual programming assignments (IPAs).