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  Feb 24, 2018
 
 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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Communication

   •  COMM 3220 - Video News Production
   •  COMM 3310 - Copy Editing and Design
   •  COMM 3311 - Business and Economic Reporting
   •  COMM 3320 - Multiplatform Journalism
   •  COMM 3322 - Computer Assisted Reporting
   •  COMM 3330 - Feature Writing
   •  COMM 3340 - Desktop Publishing
   •  COMM 3362 - Visual Editing
   •  COMM 3380 - Computer Mediated Communication
   •  COMM 3390 - International News Communication
   •  COMM 3400 - Argumentation
   •  COMM 3410 - Advanced Public Speaking
   •  COMM 3500 - Web Design for Communication Professionals
   •  COMM 3520 - Sports Media Survey
   •  COMM 4032 - Mass Media Law
   •  COMM 4040 - Media, Culture, and Society
   •  COMM 4042 - First Amendment Law
   •  COMM 4045 - Media Literacy for Communication Professionals
   •  COMM 4050 - Media Management
   •  COMM 4060 - Special Problems in Communication
   •  COMM 4062 - Media Sales and Promotion
   •  COMM 4075 - Media Criticism
   •  COMM 4080 - Senior Communication Capstone
   •  COMM 4081 - Directed Independent Study
   •  COMM 4082 - Directed Independent Study
   •  COMM 4083 - Directed Independent Study
   •  COMM 4091 - Internship–Seminar
   •  COMM 4092 - Internship–Seminar
   •  COMM 4130 - Conflict and Communication
   •  COMM 4135 - Gender and Communication
   •  COMM 4170 - Directed Readings in Communication
   •  COMM 4180 - Public Relations Strategies
   •  COMM 4185 - International Public Relations
   •  COMM 4196 - Senior Honors Seminar
   •  COMM 4199 - Senior Honors Thesis
   •  COMM 4293 - Editing and Producing the News
   •  COMM 4321 - Investigative Reporting
   •  COMM 4400 - Rhetorical Theory and Criticism
   •  COMM 4500 - Public Relations Campaigns
   •  COMM 4905 - Media Ethics

Communication Banked Courses

   •  COMM 2400 - Oral Communication
   •  COMM 3012 - Persuasion Practicum
   •  COMM 3240 - Photojournalism
   •  COMM 3325 - Reporting for Visual Media
   •  COMM 3580 - Debate
   •  COMM 4190 - International Communication and Foreign Media
   •  COMM 4233 - Advising Student Publications
   •  COMM 4240 - International Electronic Mass Media Systems

Community Arts Management

   •  ART 4000 - Community Arts Management

Community Health

   •  COHE 5460 - Patient Education for Interdisciplinary Health Care Providers
   •  COHE 5461 - Patient Education for Interdisciplinary Health Care Providers

Computer Science

   •  CSCI 1001 - Introduction to Computer Science
   •  CSCI 1002 - Web Page Programming
   •  CSCI 1200 - Introduction to Visual Programming
   •  CSCI 2300 - Computer Science Survey
   •  CSCI 2310 - Algorithmic Problem Solving and Programming Laboratory
   •  CSCI 2311 - Algorithmic Problem Solving and Programming Laboratory
   •  CSCI 2410 - Digital Electronics
   •  CSCI 2427 - Discrete Mathematical Structures
   •  CSCI 2600 - Introduction to Digital Computation
   •  CSCI 2618 - COBOL
   •  CSCI 3040 - Microprocessors
   •  CSCI 3200 - Data Structures and Their Applications
   •  CSCI 3300 - Introduction to Algorithms and Data Structures
   •  CSCI 3310 - Advanced Data Structures and Data Abstraction
   •  CSCI 3550 - Introduction to Computer Game Development
   •  CSCI 3573 - Introduction to Numerical Analysis
   •  CSCI 3584 - Computational Linear Algebra
   •  CSCI 3601 - Computer Organization and Programming
   •  CSCI 3650 - Analysis of Algorithms
   •  CSCI 3675 - Organization of Programming Language
   •  CSCI 3700 - Database Management Systems
   •  CSCI 3800 - Introduction to Computer Graphics
   •  CSCI 4000 - Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 4200 - Software Engineering I
   •  CSCI 4230 - Software Engineering II
   •  CSCI 4300 - Systems Programming
   •  CSCI 4510 - Object-Oriented Computing and Graphical User Interfaces
   •  CSCI 4520 - Introduction to Computer Architecture
   •  CSCI 4530 - Computer Networks and the Internet
   •  CSCI 4540 - Introduction to Mobile Communications and Wireless Security
   •  CSCI 4550 - Computer Game Development
   •  CSCI 4602 - Theory of Automata and Linguistics
   •  CSCI 4627 - Procedural Languages and Compilers
   •  CSCI 4630 - Operating Systems I
   •  CSCI 4710 - Introduction to Developing e-Business Systems
   •  CSCI 4905 - Selected Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 5002 - Logic for Mathematics and Computer Science
   •  CSCI 5210 - Operating Systems II
   •  CSCI 5220 - Program Translation
   •  CSCI 5501 - Independent Study
   •  CSCI 5502 - Independent Study
   •  CSCI 5503 - Independent Study
   •  CSCI 5774 - Programming for Research
   •  CSCI 5800 - Artificial Intelligence

Computer Science Banked Courses

   •  CSCI 1610 - Elementary Pascal
   •  CSCI 2510 - Introduction to Computer Science I
   •  CSCI 2610 - Introduction to Computer Science II and Laboratory
   •  CSCI 2611 - Introduction to Computer Science II and Laboratory
   •  CSCI 2901 - Programming in ADA
 

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