Undergraduate Catalog 2018-19 
    
    Oct 18, 2018  
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-19

Course Descriptions


 

Communication

   •  COM 3760 - Special Topics in Media Studies
   •  COM 3780 - Special Topics in Journalism
   •  COM 3790 - Special Topics in Media Production
   •  COM 3810 - Internship in Communication
   •  COM 4010 - The Future of Communication
   •  COM 4020 - Screen Drama Workshop
   •  COM 4030 - Script Workshop II
   •  COM 4222 - Graphic Design IV: Internet Applications-Screen & Responsive Design
   •  COM 4510 - Communication Portfolio
   •  COM 4810 - Internship in Communication
   •  COM 4820 - Practicum in Communication
   •  COM 4850 - Senior Project in Communication
   •  COM 4910 - Independent Study in Communication
   •  COM 4970 - Directed Study in Cinema Studies

Criminal Justice

Other relevant courses may be found under Psychology, Social Work, and Sociology. 

   •  CRJ 1010 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 2010 - Law Enforcement in America
   •  CRJ 2020 - American Judicial Process
   •  CRJ 2080 - Correctional Philosophies and Practices
   •  CRJ 2110 - Community-Based Corrections
   •  CRJ 2210 - The Death Penalty
   •  CRJ 2510 - Criminal Law
   •  CRJ 2810 - Field Experience
   •  CRJ 2910 - Independent Study
   •  CRJ 3010 - Crime Victims
   •  CRJ 3020 - Criminal Justice Administration
   •  CRJ 3025 - Crime Scene Investigation
   •  CRJ 3030 - Evidence
   •  CRJ 3040 - Women and Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 3050 - Law and Society
   •  CRJ 3060 - Constitutional Criminal Procedure
   •  CRJ 3120 - White Collar Crime
   •  CRJ 3140 - Mass Murderers and Serial Killers
   •  CRJ 3160 - Juvenile Justice
   •  CRJ 3170 - Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 3740 - Selected Topics in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 3820 - Criminal Justice Proctorship
   •  CRJ 4720 - Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 4810 - Criminal Justice Internship and Seminar
   •  CRJ 4910 - Independent Study

Dance

Other relevant courses may be found under Physical Education. 

   •  DAN 1040 - Introductory Dance Workshop
   •  DAN 1050 - Aerobic Dance
   •  DAN 2020 - Teaching Rhythms And Dance
   •  DAN 2140 - Intermediate Dance Workshop
   •  DAN 2730 - Special Topics in Dance
   •  DAN 3133 - Advanced Dance Workshop

Economics

Other relevant courses may be found under History, Geography, Global Studies, Environmental Studies, and Political Science.

   •  ECO 1010 - Economics and Society
   •  ECO 1030 - The Economics of Wealth and Poverty
   •  ECO 1040 - Global Economic Issues
   •  ECO 2040 - Macroeconomics in a Global Context
   •  ECO 2050 - Microeconomics in a Global Context
   •  ECO 2120 - U.S. Economic History
   •  ECO 2910 - Independent Study
   •  ECO 3020 - Money, Banking, and the Financial Services Sector
   •  ECO 3050 - Women in the Economy
   •  ECO 3060 - Political Economy of the Environment
   •  ECO 3080 - Foundations of Economics for Secondary Educators
   •  ECO 3210 - Great Ideas in Economics
   •  ECO 3220 - International Trade and Development
   •  ECO 3240 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 3250 - Intermediate Microeconomics
   •  ECO 3810 - Internship in Economics
   •  ECO 4810 - Internship in Economics
   •  ECO 4910 - Independent Study

Education

   •  EDU 1012 - Education Inquiries
   •  EDU 2011 - Reading/Writing: Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 2012 - Special Education: Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 2031 - Disciplinary Literacies: Secondary Classroom
   •  EDU 2032 - Special Education: Secondary Classroom
   •  EDU 2035 - Gender and Education
   •  EDU 2110 - Introduction to Exceptional Populations
   •  EDU 2140 - Cognitive Differences and Emotional Challenges
   •  EDU 2610 - Middle Grades Curriculum
   •  EDU 3011 - Elementary Pedagogy
   •  EDU 3012 - Secondary Pedagogy
   •  EDU 3065 - Alternative Education Field Experiences
   •  EDU 3130 - Learning Differences and Attention Difficulties
   •  EDU 3280 - Behavior Differences: Social and Academic Success for All
   •  EDU 3370 - Models of Assessment and Intervention in Special Education
   •  EDU 3380 - Collaboration and Special Education Law
   •  EDU 3415 - Science for Elementary Teachers
   •  EDU 3450 - Instructional Application of Computers
   •  EDU 3620 - Middle Grades Organization
   •  EDU 3630 - Middle Grades Embedded Literacy
   •  EDU 3900 - Independent Study
   •  EDU 4031 - Educational Collaborations
   •  EDU 4510 - Assessment of and for Learning in Career and Technical Education Classrooms
   •  EDU 4520 - Curriculum Management in Career and Technical Education
   •  EDU 4530 - Learning Styles and Diversity in Career and Technical Education Classrooms
   •  EDU 4540 - Instructional Practices and Tiered Interventions in Career and Technical Education
   •  EDU 4550 - Technology in Career and Technical Education
   •  EDU 4590 - Capstone Project
   •  EDU 4720 - Student Teaching Seminar
   •  EDU 4871 - Directed Student Teaching I
   •  EDU 4872 - Directed Student Teaching II
   •  EDU 4900 - Independent Study
   •  INT 1090 - Education and Inequality

English

General Policy Statement: Students write critical and/or research papers in all English Department courses. NOTE: Literature courses are designated by an “(L)” after the course title.

   •  ENG 0040 - Essential Writing
   •  ENG 1010 - Introduction to Academic Writing
   •  ENG 1061 - English Composition
   •  ENG 1070 - Effective Speaking
 

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