Department of Computer Science
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Washington University in St. Louis
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- Final exam (quiz make ups)
- Scheduled for Monday Dec 14, 3:30 to 5:30 PM,
Lab Sci 300.
- There is an earlier time at which you can take the
exam: Wednesday Dec 9, 2 to 5 PM, Lab Sci 300.
- Contest results
- If you need a grade reconsidered, for any reason, use
All requests must be received within 2 weeks of a grade appearing on Telesis.
- See the
ta schedule for help session times.
- Get help instantly using the instant AIM screen instant name for this course instantly:
- Our lecture hall is Lab Sciences 300, which is on the north side
of the Danforth campus. Class starts at 4:07 PM, in the Washington University
tradition of 7-past.
About the course: CSE 131 provides an introduction to
fundamental software concepts. It is ideal for students considering a
major or minor in computer science, as well as for students who want
to learn about computing for use in another discipline. See
the CSE 131 Course Description for an overview
and the links at the left for details.
Ron K. Cytron
- Office in
Office hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2-3:45 PM, Bryan 509
- Times and Places:
- The course calendar shows the schedule for this course.
- Lecture takes place in the Lab Sciences 300 auditorium.
- Studio and Lab sessions take place in Sever 201/202/203, Lopata 401, and Cupples II 300.
- Check your registration to see which lab section
(A through I) you should attend.
Hours are held at various times, including evenings and weekends.
- No textbook is required for CSE131.
Everything you need is either discussed in class or accesible from this web site.
If you'd like a book to supplement the material
covered in class, you're welcome to
stop by during office hours and ask for a recommendation.
Last modified 14:43:53 CDT 25 August 2009
by Ron K. Cytron