A pdf of the full syllabus can be found here. Below is a summary.
Some free notes from a previous iteration of the course are available here.
Homework: 25%. Assignments are typically due on Wednesdays at the beginning of class.
Exams: 25% each x 3. Tentatively scheduled for Monday 7/10/17, Monday 7/31/17, and Friday 8/18/17. In-class. Each midterm covers only one section of the course. They are not intentionally cumulative; however, topics build on each other, so familiarity with previously covered material is necessary.
No late assignments will be accepted for any reason. In the rare event of an emergency, with sufficient documentation, a homework will be dropped and other homeworks re-weighted. Each homework assignment will be graded for completeness, with a few problems selected at random graded for correctness. Students are urged to treat each problem seriously, as it is possible any problem will be graded for correctness. The lowest homework score is not dropped.
You are allowed one handwritten, double-sided reminder sheet (8.5" x 11" max.) No calculators, computers, or collaboration allowed. The lowest exam score is not dropped.
If you have a suggestion or any comments on anything related to the course that you do not feel comfortable bringing up with me in person, I have created an anonymous suggestion box. I urge you to bring issues to my attention sooner rather than later. I'll do my best to address your concerns in a timely manner. The suggestion box can be accessed here.
See the MATLAB resources page for information on how to obtain a copy of MATLAB or get access to it.