Oct 15, 2018  
Graduate Record 2010-2011 
    
Graduate Record 2010-2011 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Course Descriptions


 

Computer Science

   •  CS 5787 - Security in Information Systems
   •  CS 5788 - Cryptology: Principles and Applications
   •  CS 6160 - Theory of Computation
   •  CS 6161 - Design and Analysis of Algorithms
   •  CS 6190 - Computer Science Perspectives
   •  CS 6240 - Software Engineering
   •  CS 6250 - Building Complex Software Systems
   •  CS 6316 - Knowledge-Based Systems
   •  CS 6354 - Computer Architecture
   •  CS 6415 - Performance Analysis of Communication Networks
   •  CS 6444 - Introduction to Parallel Computing
   •  CS 6456 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 6501 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 6610 - Programming Languages
   •  CS 6620 - Compilers
   •  CS 6750 - Database Systems
   •  CS 6840 - Computer Graphics
   •  CS 6993 - Independent Study
   •  CS 7456 - Models of Computing Systems
   •  CS 7457 - Computer Networks
   •  CS 7501 - Selected Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 7620 - Advanced Compilers
   •  CS 7716 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CS 7882 - Advanced Computer Vision
   •  CS 7993 - Independent Study
   •  CS 7995 - Supervised Project Research
   •  CS 8516 - Topics in Theoretical Computer Science
   •  CS 8524 - Topics in Software Engineering
   •  CS 8535 - Topics in Computer Architecture
   •  CS 8545 - Topics in Operating Systems
   •  CS 8561 - Topics in Programming Languages
   •  CS 8575 - Topics in Database Systems
   •  CS 8584 - Special Topics in Computer Vision/Image Processing
   •  CS 8897 - Graduate Teaching Instruction
   •  CS 8999 - Thesis
   •  CS 9897 - Graduate Teaching Instruction
   •  CS 9999 - Dissertation

Criminal Justice

   •  CJ 5010 - Human Behavior in Organizations
   •  CJ 5030 - Executive Leadership
   •  CJ 5070 - Managing Organizational Change and Development
   •  CJ 5150 - Futuristics and Law Enforcement: Foreseeing, Managing and Creating the 21st Century
   •  CJ 5160 - Crime Analysis, Futuristics, and Law Enforcement: The 21st Century
   •  CJ 5170 - Managing Death and Sexually Re
   •  CJ 5180 - Understanding Terrorism: Mindset, Methodologies, and Response
   •  CJ 5190 - Conflict and Crisis Management: Theory and Practice
   •  CJ 5210 - Contemporary Issues in Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 5220 - Seminar in Organizational Communications for Law Enforcement Executives
   •  CJ 5230 - Seminar in Media Relations for the Law Enforcement Executive
   •  CJ 5240 - Interviewing Strategies through Statement Analysis
   •  CJ 5260 - Communicating in a Changing Security Environment: Law Enforcement and Global Issues
   •  CJ 5270 - Interpersonal Communications for Law Enforcement Executives
   •  CJ 5280 - Promoting the Law Enforcement Image
   •  CJ 5360 - Advanced Computer Crimes for Police Supervisors
   •  CJ 5440 - Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Analysis
   •  CJ 5450 - Enlightened Leadership
   •  CJ 5455 - Enlightened Leadership
   •  CJ 5460 - Context: The Leadership Imperative
   •  CJ 5600 - Violent Behavior: A Biopsychosocial Approach
   •  CJ 5610 - Legal Aspects of Policing in Today¿s War on Terrorism
   •  CJ 5650 - Intelligence Theory and Application for Law Enforcement Managers
   •  CJ 5700 - Behavioral Science Research Methods
   •  CJ 5710 - Conflict Resolution for Law Enforcement Executives
   •  CJ 5810 - Solving Ethical Dilemmas in Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 5840 - Applied Criminology
   •  CJ 5995 - Independent Study and Research

Criticism and Theory

   •  ENCR 5559 - New Course in Criticism
   •  ENCR 5620 - History of Literary Criticism
   •  ENCR 5650 - Books as Physical Objects
   •  ENCR 5670 - Theory and Feminism
   •  ENCR 5800 - Queer Theories and Queer Practices
   •  ENCR 8100 - Introduction to Literary Research
   •  ENCR 8559 - New Course in Criticism
   •  ENCR 8600 - Criticism in Theory and Practice
   •  ENCR 8610 - An Introduction to Modern Literary Theory and Criticism
   •  ENCR 8620 - Critical Theory Since Plato
   •  ENCR 8630 - Twentieth-Century Criticism
   •  ENCR 8670 - Feminist Theory
   •  ENCR 9559 - New Course in Criticism
   •  ENCR 9650 - Introduction to Textual Criticism and Scholarly Editing

Curriculum, Instruction, and Special Education

   •  EDIS 5000 - The Exceptional Learner
   •  EDIS 5010 - Curriculum and Instruction for Elementary and Special Education
   •  EDIS 5020 - Instruction and Assessment
   •  EDIS 5021 - Assessment and Instruction: Birth to Age Five
   •  EDIS 5030 - Secondary Curriculum and Management
   •  EDIS 5040 - Psychoeducational Assessment
   •  EDIS 5041 - Behavior Management
   •  EDIS 5050 - Teaching Science in Secondary Schools I
   •  EDIS 5051 - Teaching Science in Secondary Schools II
   •  EDIS 5052 - Models of Science Instruction Lab
   •  EDIS 5055 - Models of Instruction
   •  EDIS 5058 - Positioning, Handling, and Self-Care Skills
   •  EDIS 5060 - Math Instruction for Special and Elementary Education
   •  EDIS 5070 - Intermediate Teaching with Technology
   •  EDIS 5100 - Characteristics of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
   •  EDIS 5110 - Characteristics of Learning Disabilities
   •  EDIS 5120 - Characteristics of Intellectual Disabilities
   •  EDIS 5130 - Characteristics of People with Severe Disabilities
   •  EDIS 5131 - Curriculum and Assessment in Severe Disabilities
   •  EDIS 5132 - Teaching Strategies for Severe Disabilities
   •  EDIS 5140 - Methods of Instruction and Collaboration in Special Education
 

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