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  Oct 22, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Record 2009-2010 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Course Descriptions


 

Comparative Politics

   •  PLCP 4120 - Rights, Identity and Gender
   •  PLCP 4130 - Political Economy of Advanced Industrial Economies
   •  PLCP 4140 - Democracy and Dictatorship
   •  PLCP 4150 - Comparative Public Policy
   •  PLCP 4180 - Politics of the Holocaust
   •  PLCP 4200 - Comparative Legislatures
   •  PLCP 4201 - Comparative Political Parties
   •  PLCP 4210 - Comparative Elections and Voting
   •  PLCP 4220 - Comparative Budgeting and Economic Policy
   •  PLCP 4250 - Politics of Economic Reform
   •  PLCP 4350 - Gender and the Public Sphere
   •  PLCP 4400 - Institutions and Democracy in Latin America
   •  PLCP 4410 - Nation Building in Iraq
   •  PLCP 4430 - Politics of Corruption
   •  PLCP 4500 - Special Topics in Comparative Politics
   •  PLCP 4730 - Politics of Japan
   •  PLCP 4810 - Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa
   •  PLCP 4830 - Modern South African Politics
   •  PLCP 4840 - Gender Politics in Africa
   •  PLCP 4990 - Honors Core Seminar in Comparative Politics
   •  PLCP 4999 - Senior Thesis

Computer Science

   •  CS 1010 - Introduction to Information Technology
   •  CS 1020 - Introduction to Business Computing
   •  CS 1110 - Introduction to Programming
   •  CS 1111 - Introduction to Programming
   •  CS 1112 - Introduction to Programming
   •  CS 1120 - From Ada and Euclid to Quantum Computing and the World Wide Web
   •  CS 2102 - Discrete Mathematics I
   •  CS 2110 - Software Development Methods
   •  CS 2150 - Program and Data Representation
   •  CS 2190 - Computer Science Seminar I
   •  CS 2220 - Engineering Software
   •  CS 2330 - Digital Logic Design
   •  CS 3102 - Discrete Mathematics II
   •  CS 3205 - HCI in Software Development
   •  CS 3240 - Advanced Software Development Techniques
   •  CS 3330 - Computer Architecture
   •  CS 4102 - Algorithms
   •  CS 4240 - Principles of Software Design
   •  CS 4414 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 4434 - Fault-tolerant Computing
   •  CS 4444 - Introduction to Parallel Computing
   •  CS 4457 - Computer Networks
   •  CS 4458 - Internet Engineering
   •  CS 4501 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 4610 - Programming Languages
   •  CS 4620 - Compilers
   •  CS 4710 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CS 4750 - Database Systems
   •  CS 4753 - Electronic Commerce Technologies
   •  CS 4810 - Introduction to Computer Graphics
   •  CS 4820 - Real Time Rendering
   •  CS 4830 - Image Synthesis
   •  CS 4840 - Computer Animation
   •  CS 4993 - Independent Study
   •  CS 4998 - Distinguished BA Majors Research

Criminal Justice

   •  CJ 2100 - Basics in Criminal Justice Research
   •  CJ 2110 - Introduction to Microcomputers in Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 2130 - Command Applications of Counte
   •  CJ 2610 - Computer Environments for Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3120 - Drugs, Society, and Contemporary Issues in Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3130 - Counterterrorism Strategies: Understanding and Responding to the Threat
   •  CJ 3140 - Intelligence Led Policing
   •  CJ 3240 - Interviewing Strategies through Statement Analysis
   •  CJ 3270 - Interpersonal Communications for the Law Enforcement Executive
   •  CJ 3400 - Fitness in Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3452 - Leadership for Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3455 - Leadership, Ethics, Decision-Making
   •  CJ 3456 - Legal Issues for Command-Level Officers
   •  CJ 3457 - Labor Law Issues for Law Enforcement Administrators
   •  CJ 3610 - Applied Behavioral Science for Law Enforcement Operations
   •  CJ 3620 - Extremist Groups in a Democrat
   •  CJ 3670 - Effective Writing
   •  CJ 3690 - Public Speaking
   •  CJ 3710 - Conflict Resolution for Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3720 - Contemporary Issues in Police and Media Relations
   •  CJ 3740 - Computer Crimes for Police Supervisors
   •  CJ 3750 - Evidentiary Photography
   •  CJ 3760 - Critical Incident Investigativ
   •  CJ 3770 - Seminar in Investigative Interviewing
   •  CJ 3810 - Ethics in Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3850 - Latent Fingerprint Photography
   •  CJ 3870 - Community Policing Issues
   •  CJ 3910 - Informed Leadership Combat Terror
   •  CJ 3920 - Educational Leadership
   •  CJ 4030 - Managing Death Investigation
   •  CJ 4040 - Introduction to Counterterrorism
   •  CJ 4050 - Law Inforcement and Internatio
   •  CJ 4170 - Managing Death and Sexually Re
   •  CJ 4454 - Management Planning and Budget
   •  CJ 4660 - Latent Fingerprints - from Cri
   •  CJ 4700 - Gangs, Developmental Issues, and Criminal Behavior
   •  CJ 4730 - Overview of Forensic Science for Police Administrators and Managers
   •  CJ 4750 - Stress Management in Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 4840 - Applied Criminology
   •  CJ 4993 - Directed Study

Curriculum, Instruction and Special Education

   •  EDIS 2010 - Teaching as a Profession
   •  EDIS 2011 - Foundations for Teaching Young Children With and Without Disabilities
   •  EDIS 2870 - Reading, Writing, and Reasoning for College Students
   •  EDIS 2880 - Field Experience
 

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