comp 1850 | introduction to web design and development

course info

official course outline

Detailed breakdown of the course can be found on the official BCIT course outline pages.

place & time

See BCIT's COMP 1850 page for the current course room.

12 Week COMP1850

Weekly
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
15 minute break during each session

6 Week COMP1850

Mondays & Wednesdays
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
15 minute break during each session

textbook

The textbook for COMP 1850 is Web Development & Design Foundations with HTML by Terry Felke-Morris. There is a supporting website where you can access example code.

COMP1850 Textbook

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evaluation

Minimum Passing Grade: 60%

Description Due Worth
Homework - Various - 20%
Mid Term - Session 6 - 10%
Assignment 1 - Session 5 - 10%
Assignment 2 - Session 7 - 10%
Final Project - Session 12 - 25%
Final Exam - Session 12 - 25%

prerequisites

Before taking COMP1850 you must complete COMP1002 or possess equivalent computing experience. For example, you must be:
  • proficient with basic web browser techniques (navigating, bookmarking, managing browser tabs)
  • comfortable downloading, installing and learning to use new applications
  • able to run several programs at once, switching between each
  • able to proficiently manage files and folders:
    • save files
    • find files
    • open, rename, delete, move files
  • access to the internet outside of class is essential
  • able to use compression utilities such as 7-zip, winzip or winrar

Lab stations are provided for all students, but wireless laptop owners are encouraged to use their own computer (its better for customizing your work environment).

course policies

All students must understand and comply with the BCIT Student Guide.

Assignments: Late assignments will not be accepted for marking. Assignments must be done on an individual basis.

Attendance: The attendance policy as outlined in the current BCIT calendar will be enforced.

Course Outline Changes: The material specified in the course outline may be changed by the instructor. If changes are required, they will be announced in class.

Ethics: BCIT assumes that all students attending the Institute will follow a high standard of ethics. Incidents of cheating or plagiarism may, therefore, result in a grade of zero for the assignment, quiz, test, exam or project for all parties involved and/or expulsion from the course.

Illness: A doctor's note is required for any illness causing you to miss assignments quizzes, tests, projects or exams. At the discretion of the instructor, you may complete the work missed or have the work prorated (i.e., an average is given according to your performance throughout the course).

Makeup Tests, Exams or Quizzes: There will be no makeup tests, exams or quizzes. If you miss a test exam or quiz, you will receive zero marks. Exceptions may be made for documented medical reasons or extenuating circumstances.

administrivia

If you haven't already, be sure to check out myBCIT and access your free email and calendaring applications. If you're a student and BCIT, your myBCIT account should already be set up.

Also, be sure to read up on the following relevant policies:

By attending this course, every student acknowledges that they have been made aware of these policies and the actions that will be taken if students fail to comply.

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