CSc 4630/6630 Introduction to MATLAB Programming
Tentative Syllabus

Fall Semester, 2016
Classroom: Classroom South 107
Time: TR 02:50 pm - 04:35 pm

Instructor: Dr. Michael Weeks
Computer Science Department
Office: 25 Park Place (SunTrust building), room 754
Office Hours: 1:00 to 2:55 Wednesdays, until December 5.
Be sure to be there at least 15 minutes before the end time if you expect to see me.


Put the course number (4630 or 6630) in the subject line to make sure
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If it is important and/or urgent, come see me in my office.
Phone: (678) 952-8196

Teaching Assistant: Navya Sree Kolluri
TA's office: 25 Park Place, room 650R
TA's office hours: Monday 3-5 p.m.
TA's e-mail address: nkolluri1 @

The Final Exam time is in the above classroom on Tuesday, December 6, 2016, from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m.

Ottmar Beucher and Michael Weeks, Introduction to MATLAB & SIMULINK A Project Approach, Third Edition (0-978-1-934015-04-9), Infinity Science Press, 2007.
We will cover:


This course is designed to give science majors experience with the MATLAB programming language. MATLAB is used for scientific applications involving images, sound, and other signals. No previous programming experience is needed.

MATLAB will be used for assignments.

MATLAB is a powerful language used by Computer Scientists, Engineers, and Mathematicians for applications such as image processing and signal analysis. These skills are useful in sciences like Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.