|Hands on Projects
|Term Paper / Project
letter grades for the course are based on your final class
average. Grades will be assigned according to the table below.
Note that while I will not be cutting higher for these grade
ranges, I reserve the right to cut lower. (In other words, while
I will not make an A to be 94 - 98 for example, I can make it 88
|96 and up
||82 to 88
||60 to 70
|92 to 96
||80 to 82
|90 to 92
||78 to 80
|88 to 90
||70 to 78
will be 3 hands-on security projects. Some of these projects
will require programming. These need to be done (preferably) on
the department's workstations. For others, you can use your own machine. More instructions are provided in the project handouts.
No late projects will be accepted. If you have not completed the project by the due date, be sure to submit whatever results you have for partial credit. If you submit nothing by the due date, you will receive no credit for the project.
There will be a midterm exam and a final exam.
Midterm Exam: will be a take home exam. It will be distributed on March 9 and due on March 13.
Comprehenisive Final Exam: It will be a take home exam distributed on May 4 and due on May 9.
No make-up exams will be given. It is unfair to the rest of the class if some students take the midterm, or final exams at a different time, take substitute exams, or take an exam more than once. Plan to take the exam on time or expect to receive a zero on the exam.
Policies on cheating, plagiarism, incomplete grades, attendance, discrimination, sexual harassment, and student grievances are described in the Student Information Guide ( http://www.CS.ColoState.EDU/advising/student-info.html). All other matters follow the policies set in the current Colorado State University General Catalog. Students are responsible for all the information in these documents.Copyright © 2011: Colorado State University for CS356. All rights reserved.