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    University of Virginia
   
 
  Dec 18, 2017
 
 
    
Graduate Record 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Course Descriptions


 

Computer Science

   •  CS 6993 - Independent Study
   •  CS 7457 - Computer Networks
   •  CS 7501 - Selected Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 7620 - Advanced Compilers
   •  CS 7993 - Independent Study
   •  CS 7995 - Supervised Project Research
   •  CS 8501 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 8524 - Topics in Software Engineering
   •  CS 8535 - Topics in Computer Architecture
   •  CS 8561 - Topics in Programming Languages
   •  CS 8575 - Topics in Database Systems
   •  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 5080 - Advanced Behavioral Science in Cyberspace
   •  CJ 5090 - Advanced Computer Crimes and Behavioral Concepts in Cyberspace
   •  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 5200 - Psychology of Leadership
   •  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 - Advanced Psychology of Communication
   •  CJ 5280 - Promoting the Law Enforcement Image
   •  CJ 5290 - Emotional Intelligence: Communication and Context
   •  CJ 5300 - Officer-Involved Shootings: Communication Strategies
   •  CJ 5360 - Advanced Computer Crimes for Police Supervisors
   •  CJ 5420 - Analysis of Verbal and Nonverbal Behavior Communication
   •  CJ 5440 - Forensic Mitochondrial DNA Analysis
   •  CJ 5450 - Enlightened Leadership
   •  CJ 5460 - Context: The Leadership Imperative
   •  CJ 5480 - Exploring the Criminal Mind, Criminal Enterprises and Government¿s Response
   •  CJ 5600 - Violent Behavior: A Biopsychosocial Approach
   •  CJ 5610 - Constitutional Law and Policing: Trends, Analysis and Application
   •  CJ 5620 - Crime Analysis: Advanced Theory and Application
   •  CJ 5650 - Intelligence Theory and Application for Law Enforcement Managers
   •  CJ 5660 - Spirituality, Wellness, and Vitality Issues in Law Enf Practices: Advanced
   •  CJ 5670 - Terrorism and Counterterrorism for Law Enforcement Leaders
   •  CJ 5700 - Behavioral Science Research Methods
   •  CJ 5710 - Conflict Resolution for Law Enforcement Executives
   •  CJ 5770 - Advanced Investigative Interviewing
   •  CJ 5810 - Solving Ethical Dilemmas in Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 5820 - Advanced Behavior-Based Investigative Strategies for Violent Crime
   •  CJ 5840 - Applied Criminology
   •  CJ 5995 - Independent Study and Research

Drama

   •  DRAM 5070 - History of American Popular Entertainment: From Minstrelsy to Madonna
   •  DRAM 5450 - Musical Theatre Performance
   •  DRAM 5710 - Playwriting V
   •  DRAM 7070 - Script Analysis
   •  DRAM 7090 - Script Analysis: Dramatic Structure and Theatrical Production
   •  DRAM 7100 - Graphics for the Theatre
   •  DRAM 7130 - Production Laboratory: Lighting
   •  DRAM 7140 - Production Laboratory: Lighting
   •  DRAM 7160 - Lighting Design I: Elements of Design
   •  DRAM 7170 - Drafting & CAD for Theatre
   •  DRAM 7180 - Digital Media for Design
   •  DRAM 7190 - Mentored Study: Lighting
   •  DRAM 7230 - Production Laboratory: Scenery
   •  DRAM 7240 - Production Laboratory: Scenery
   •  DRAM 7260 - Scene Design I: Design Studio-Realism
   •  DRAM 7280 - Scene Painting
   •  DRAM 7290 - Mentored Study: Scene Design
   •  DRAM 7330 - Production Laboratory: Costume
   •  DRAM 7340 - Production Laboratory: Costume
   •  DRAM 7350 - Costume Technology: Couture Methods
   •  DRAM 7360 - Costume Design: Research
   •  DRAM 7380 - Costume Technology: Patterning & Draping
   •  DRAM 7390 - Mentored Study: Costume
   •  DRAM 7400 - Mentored Study: Acting
   •  DRAM 7410 - Movement: Foundations for the Actor
   •  DRAM 7420 - Movement: Creating Physical Character
   •  DRAM 7430 - Voice: Breath, Structure, Sound
   •  DRAM 7440 - Voice: Tone, Speech, Text
   •  DRAM 7450 - Acting: Impulse into Action
   •  DRAM 7460 - Acting: Character into Relationship
   •  DRAM 7470 - Acting: Production and Performance
   •  DRAM 7480 - Acting: Production and Performance
   •  DRAM 7501 - Special Topics
   •  DRAM 7620 - Mentored Study in Sound Design
   •  DRAM 7630 - Production Laboratory: Technical Direction
   •  DRAM 7640 - Production Laboratory: Technical Direction
   •  DRAM 7660 - Technical Direction
   •  DRAM 7680 - Construction
   •  DRAM 7690 - Mentored Study: Technical Direction
   •  DRAM 7993 - Independent Study
   •  DRAM 8100 - Figure Drawing
   •  DRAM 8130 - Production Laboratory: Lighting
   •  DRAM 8140 - Production Laboratory: Lighting
   •  DRAM 8150 - Lighting Design 2: Alternative Forms
   •  DRAM 8160 - Lighting Design 3: Special Topics
   •  DRAM 8190 - Mentored Study: Lighting
 

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