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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


Course Information


Course Lists by Special Designations

 

Classical Studies

   •  CLAS 3600 - Greek and Roman Religions
   •  CLAS 3700 - Selected Topics in Classical Studies
   •  CLAS 4000 - Seminar in Classics
   •  CLAS 4521 - Directed Readings in Classics in Translation
   •  CLAS 4522 - Directed Readings in Classics in Translation
   •  CLAS 4523 - Directed Readings in Classics in Translation

Clinical Laboratory Science

   •  CLSC 2000 - Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Science
   •  CLSC 3410 - Hematology I Lecture and Laboratory
   •  CLSC 3411 - Hematology I Lecture and Laboratory
   •  CLSC 3420 - Hematology II Lecture and Laboratory
   •  CLSC 3421 - Hematology II Lecture and Laboratory
   •  CLSC 3430 - Clinical Immunology
   •  CLSC 3440 - Clinical Microscopy and Serology Lecture and Laboratory
   •  CLSC 3441 - Clinical Microscopy and Serology Lecture and Laboratory
   •  CLSC 4001 - Independent Study in Clinical Laboratory Science
   •  CLSC 4002 - Independent Study in Clinical Laboratory Science
   •  CLSC 4003 - Independent Study in Clinical Laboratory Science
   •  CLSC 4210 - Immunohematology Lecture and Laboratory
   •  CLSC 4211 - Immunohematology Lecture and Laboratory
   •  CLSC 4430 - Clinical Chemistry I
   •  CLSC 4431 - Clinical Chemistry I Laboratory
   •  CLSC 4440 - Clinical Chemistry II
   •  CLSC 4441 - Clinical Chemistry II Laboratory
   •  CLSC 4460 - Clinical Microbiology I
   •  CLSC 4461 - Clinical Microbiology I
   •  CLSC 4470 - Clinical Microbiology II
   •  CLSC 4471 - Clinical Microbiology II
   •  CLSC 4480 - Clinical Microbiology III
   •  CLSC 4481 - Clinical Microbiology III
   •  CLSC 4491 - Molecular Diagnostics in Clinical Laboratory Science I
   •  CLSC 4492 - Molecular Diagnostics in Clinical Laboratory Science II
   •  CLSC 4500 - Research Problems in Medical Technology
   •  CLSC 4772 - Clinical Project: Hematology
   •  CLSC 4773 - Clinical Project: Chemistry
   •  CLSC 4774 - Clinical Project: Blood Bank
   •  CLSC 4777 - Clinical Project: Microbiology
   •  CLSC 4801 - Professional Practice Issues I
   •  CLSC 4802 - Professional Practice Issues II
   •  CLSC 4992 - Clinical Education: Hematology, Coagulation, Urinalysis
   •  CLSC 4993 - Clinical Education: Chemistry
   •  CLSC 4994 - Clinical Education: Blood Bank and Serology
   •  CLSC 4997 - Clinical Education: Microbiology
   •  CLSC 4998 - Clinical Education in Alternate Settings

Clinical Laboratory Science Banked Courses

   •  CLSC 4600 - Introduction to Clinical Cytology
   •  CLSC 4601 - Introduction to Cytological Techniques
   •  CLSC 4610 - Gynecologic Cytology
   •  CLSC 4611 - Gynecologic Cytology Laboratory
   •  CLSC 4620 - Cytopathology
   •  CLSC 4630 - Cytology of Body Fluids
   •  CLSC 4641 - Cytology of the Alimentary Tract
   •  CLSC 4642 - Urinary Tract Cytology
   •  CLSC 4650 - Cytology of Fine Needle Aspiration
   •  CLSC 4660 - Special Techniques in Cytology
   •  CLSC 4665 - Seminar in Cytotechnology
   •  CLSC 4750 - Clinical Education in Cytology I
   •  CLSC 4751 - Clinical Education in Cytology II
   •  CLSC 4995 - General Clinical Education
   •  CLSC 4996 - General Clinical Education

Coastal and Marine Studies

   •  COAS 2025 - Survey of Coastal and Marine Resources
   •  COAS 2150 - Boating Skills and Seamanship
   •  COAS 2151 - Boating Skills and Seamanship
   •  COAS 4000 - Scientific Diving and Underwater Research Techniques
   •  COAS 4001 - Scientific Diving and Underwater Research Techniques Lab
   •  COAS 4002 - Scientific Diver Qualification
   •  COAS 4025 - Society and the Sea Seminar
   •  COAS 5000 - Scientific Diving and Underwater Research Techniques
   •  COAS 5001 - Coastal Marine Resources Problem Analysis
   •  COAS 5002 - Coastal Marine Resources Problem Analysis

Coastal and Marine Studies Banked Courses

   •  COAS 2125 - Survey of the Coastal Marine Environment

Communication

   •  COMM 1001 - Introduction to Communication
   •  COMM 1003 - Introduction to Mass Media
   •  COMM 1050 - Global Understanding through Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 2010 - Communication Criticism
   •  COMM 2020 - Fundamentals of Speech Communication
   •  COMM 2030 - Communication Research
   •  COMM 2050 - English for Global Communication
   •  COMM 2104 - Public Relations and Corporate Writing
   •  COMM 2210 - Writing for the Electronic Mass Media
   •  COMM 2225 - Video News Production
   •  COMM 2320 - Basic Reporting
   •  COMM 2340 - Development of American Journalism
   •  COMM 2410 - Public Speaking
   •  COMM 2500 - Media Writing and Reporting
   •  COMM 3061 - Special Topics
   •  COMM 3062 - Special Topics
   •  COMM 3063 - Special Topics
   •  COMM 3064 - Special Topics
   •  COMM 3110 - Persuasion Theories
   •  COMM 3120 - Public Relations Theory
   •  COMM 3142 - Small Group Communication
   •  COMM 3151 - Family Communication
   •  COMM 3152 - Interpersonal Communication Theory
   •  COMM 3160 - Organizational Communication Theory
   •  COMM 3172 - Media Effects
   •  COMM 3180 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 3190 - Health Communication
   •  COMM 3300 - Entrepreneurial Journalism
   •  COMM 3310 - Copy Editing and Design
   •  COMM 3320 - Multiplatform Journalism
   •  COMM 3322 - Computer Assisted Reporting
 

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