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  Oct 21, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Courses


Undergraduate Prerequisites Course Numbering
A “C-” or higher is required in all prerequisite courses 100-299 - Lower division undergraduate
  300-499 - Upper division undergraduate
  500-699 - Graduate
Search Tip 700-799 - Doctoral
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   •  CMSD 495 - Capstone /Clinic Experience in Communication Disorders 2
   •  COMM 121 - Introduction to Contemporary Communication
   •  COMM 141 - Introduction to Media Writing
   •  COMM 181 - Pawprint: Digital Writing
   •  COMM 201H - Communication Honors
   •  COMM 203H - Third Places in Communication
   •  COMM 208H - Technology And Society
   •  COMM 219 - Principles of Visual Communication
   •  COMM 223 - Professional and Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 231 - Introduction to Digital Media
   •  COMM 232 - Introduction to New and Social Media
   •  COMM 241 - News Writing and Editing
   •  COMM 250 - Strategic Comm in Leadership
   •  COMM 251 - Principles of Strategic Communication
   •  COMM 281 - Pawprint: Digital Writing
   •  COMM 296 - Independent Study
   •  COMM 297 - Special Studies
   •  COMM 321 - Communication Research Methods
   •  COMM 322 - Communication Law and Ethics
   •  COMM 324 - Women in Media
   •  COMM 327 - Social Media Campaigns
   •  COMM 332 - Digital Video And Audio I
   •  COMM 342 - Advanced Media Writing
   •  COMM 344 - E-Media and Digital Writing
   •  COMM 345 - Critical Approaches to Communication
   •  COMM 347 - Strategic Communication: Writing
   •  COMM 363 - Strategic Communication: Research and Strategy
   •  COMM 381 - Pawprint: Digital Writing
   •  COMM 390 - Web Design I
   •  COMM 395 - Model United Nations
   •  COMM 397 - Special Studies
   •  COMM 416 - Issues and Crisis Management
   •  COMM 422 - Global Communication
   •  COMM 423 - Professional and Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 471 - Strategic Communication Campaigns
   •  COMM 494 - Portfolio Defense
   •  COMM 496 - Independent Study
   •  COMM 497 - Special Studies
   •  COMM 498 - Communication Seminar
   •  COMM 499 - Internship
   •  COMM 501 - Foundations of Leadership
   •  COMM 502 - Foundations: Theories and Application
   •  COMM 503 - Best Practices: Models and Systems
   •  COMM 516 - Issues and Crisis Management
   •  COMM 520 - Evidence Based Leadership
   •  COMM 522 - Global Communication
   •  COMM 523 - ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
   •  COMM 525 - Professional and Organizational Ethics
   •  COMM 547 - Strategic Communication: Writing
   •  COMM 563 - Strategic Communication: Research and Strategy
   •  COMM 571 - Strategic Communication Campaigns
   •  COMM 580 - Conflict Resolution and Negotiations
   •  COMM 597 - Special Topics: Strategic Communication
   •  COMM 685 - Capstone: Comprehensive Examination
   •  COMM 697 - Special Topics
   •  COMM 698 - Strategic Communication Capstone
   •  COSC 150 - Intro to Java Programming
   •  COSC 151 - Computer Science I: C++
   •  COSC 152 - Computer Science II (C++OOP)
   •  CPAR 101 - Roles and Responsibilities of the Community Paramedic
   •  CPAR 120 - Community Assessment
   •  CPAR 200 - Management of Chronic Diseases
   •  CPAR 220 - Community Paramedic Practicum
   •  CRIM 102 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CRIM 119 - MURDER TO TRIAL
   •  CRIM 201 - Police Management
   •  CRIM 203H - Sexual Violence and Aggression
   •  CRIM 210 - Multicultural Policing
   •  CRIM 211 - Introduction to Criminal Investigations
   •  CRIM 220 - Corrections in Society
   •  CRIM 250 - Experiential Policing
   •  CRIM 297 - Special Studies
   •  CRIM 305 - Family Violence Through the Lifespan
   •  CRIM 311 - Criminal Law and Procedure
   •  CRIM 321 - Sociology of Deviance
   •  CRIM 322 - Criminological Theory
   •  CRIM 323 - Juvenile Delinquency
   •  CRIM 326 - CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY
   •  CRIM 341 - Understanding Statistical Inference
   •  CRIM 342 - Research Methods
   •  CRIM 397 - Special Studies
   •  CRIM 405 - Domestic and International Terrorism
   •  CRIM 454 - Gender and Crime
   •  CRIM 480 - Senior Seminar
   •  CRIM 485 - Race, Ethnicity and Crime
   •  CRIM 494 - Police Academy Training Program
   •  CRIM 495 - Practicum
   •  CRIM 496 - Independent Study
   •  CRIM 497 - Special Studies
   •  ECON 201 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 202 - Microeconomics
   •  ECON 430 - Money and Banking
   •  ECON 470 - International Trade and Money
   •  ECON 497 - Spec Study in Economics
   •  ECON 620 - Business Economics
   •  ECON 697 - Special Studies
   •  EDHK 752 - Leadership in Higher Education
   •  EDHL 700-730 - Professional Practice
   •  EDHL 710 - Survey Design
   •  EDHL 711 - From Collection to Analysis: SPSS/Qualtrics
 

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