Oct 15, 2018  
Undergraduate Record 2013-2014 
    
Undergraduate Record 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Course Descriptions


 

Commerce

   •  COMM 4993 - Independent Study in Commerce
   •  COMM 4995 - Commerce Undergraduate Research

Common Course-Sciences

   •  CCSC 2000 - Responsible Citizenship in a Technological Democracy
   •  CCSC 2020 - Food for Thought

Comparative Literature

   •  CPLT 2010 - History of European Literature I
   •  CPLT 2020 - History of European Literature II
   •  CPLT 3410 - History of Drama II: Ibsen to the Present
   •  CPLT 3420 - Modern Drama–Ibsen to Absurdism
   •  CPLT 3430 - Contemporary Drama
   •  CPLT 3590 - Topics in Comparative Literature
   •  CPLT 3600 - Literary Theory
   •  CPLT 3710 - Kafka and His Doubles
   •  CPLT 3720 - Freud and Literature
   •  CPLT 3730 - Modern Poetry: Rilke, Valéry, and Stevens
   •  CPLT 3740 - Narratives of Childhood
   •  CPLT 3750 - Women, Childhood, Autobiography
   •  CPLT 3760 - Ways of Telling Stories: Eighteenth-Century Fiction
   •  CPLT 3850 - Fiction of the Americas
   •  CPLT 4990 - Senior Seminar
   •  CPLT 4998 - Fourth Year Thesis
   •  CPLT 4999 - Fourth Year 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 - Introduction to Computing: Explorations in Language, Logic, and Machines
   •  CS 1501 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  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 2501 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 3102 - Theory of Computation
   •  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 4330 - Advanced Computer Architecture
   •  CS 4414 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 4434 - Dependable Computing Systems
   •  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 4630 - Defense Against the Dark Arts
   •  CS 4710 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CS 4720 - Web and Mobile Systems
   •  CS 4730 - Computer Game Design
   •  CS 4740 - Cloud Computing
   •  CS 4750 - Database Systems
   •  CS 4753 - Electronic Commerce Technologies
   •  CS 4810 - Introduction to Computer Graphics
   •  CS 4820 - Real Time Rendering
   •  CS 4840 - Computer Animation
   •  CS 4970 - Capstone Practicum I
   •  CS 4971 - Capstone Practicum II
   •  CS 4980 - Capstone Research
   •  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 2120 - Contemporary Issues in Drug Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 2130 - Command Applications of Counte
   •  CJ 2260 - Law Enforcement & National Security: Defining Global, Nationall & Regional Issues Affecting Local Co
   •  CJ 2390 - International Legal Issues Impacting Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 2610 - Computer Environments for Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3100 - Internet Crimes
   •  CJ 3120 - Drugs, Society and Contemporary Drug Enforcement Strategies
   •  CJ 3130 - Counterterrorism Strategies: Understanding and Responding to the Threat
   •  CJ 3140 - Intelligence Led Policing
   •  CJ 3200 - Basic Psychology of Leadership
   •  CJ 3240 - Interviewing Strategies through Statement Analysis
   •  CJ 3260 - Communicating in a Changing Security Environment: Law Enforcement and Global Issues
   •  CJ 3270 - Psychology of Communication
   •  CJ 3280 - The Design & Application of Organizational Ethics: Communication Imperative
   •  CJ 3300 - Officer-Involved Shootings: Communication Strategies
   •  CJ 3320 - Leadership for Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3350 - Leadership, Ethics, Decision-Making
   •  CJ 3360 - Legal Issues for Command-Level Officers
   •  CJ 3370 - Labor Law Issues for Law Enforcement Administrators
   •  CJ 3380 - Behavioral Dynamics for Firearms and Arson Investigations
   •  CJ 3400 - Fitness in Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3490 - Legal Issues Impacting Law Enforcement Operations
   •  CJ 3610 - Behavioral Science for Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 3620 - Extremist Groups in a Democrat
   •  CJ 3650 - Basic Intelligence Theory and Application for Law Enforcement Managers
   •  CJ 3660 - Spirituality, Wellness, and Vitality Issues in Law Enforcement Practices
   •  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 3730 - Interviewing and Interrogation
   •  CJ 3740 - Computer Crimes for Police Supervisors
   •  CJ 3750 - Evidentiary Photography
 

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