DV1626 Programming in C++

Programme course, 6 Higher education credits, First cycle, autumn semester 2020

This course is part of a programme and cannot be applied.

Facts

  • Type of instruction: On campus, day, part-time 50%
  • Period : 2020-November-02 until 2021-January-17
  • Education level: G1F
  • Application: This course is part of a programme and cannot be applied.
  • Language of instruction: The teaching language is Swedish.
  • Location: Karlskrona
  • Main field of study: Computer Science
  • Course syllabus:
  • Welcome letter: This course is part of a programme and has no welcome letter.
  • Entry requirements: Admission to the course requires taken course Programming and Problem Solving with Python, 6 credits of which at least 2 credits must be completed.

Content

Learning outcomes

Course literature and other teaching material

Course literature and other teaching material

Learning methods

Work placement

No work placement is included in the planned learning activities. BTH is aiming for a close contact with the surrounding community when developing courses and programmes.

Teachers

Course Manager
  1. Joakim Ståhle Nilsson

Time allocation

On average, a student should study 160 hours to reach the learning outcomes.
This time includes all the various available learning activities (lectures, self studies, examinations, etc.).
This estimation is based on the fact that one academic year counts as 60 ECTS credits,
corresponding to an average student workload of 1 600 hours. This may vary individually.

Assessments

Grading

The course will be graded A Excellent, B Very good, C Good, D Satisfactory, E Sufficient, FX Insufficient, supplementation required, F Fail.

Exams

More information about exams are found in the Student's Portal, where you also enrolls for most exams.


There might be other scheduled examinations. Information regarding these examinations are available in the learning platform Canvas or at other places that the person who is responsible of the course will refer to.

Course Evaluation

The course manager is responsible for the views of students on the course being systematically and regularly gathered and that the results of the evaluations in various forms affect the form and development of the course.