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2011-2012 Catalog 
    
2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 
   •  COM 406 - Corporate Identity/Business Graphics.
   •  COM 407 - Seminar in Oral Interpretation.
   •  COM 416 - Senior Seminar in Media Studies.
   •  COM 422 - Image and Text.
   •  COM 426 - Senior Seminar in Professional Communication.
   •  COM 436 - Senior Thesis in Speech Communication.
   •  COM 450 - Media, Propaganda and Social Change.
   •  COM 460 - Spoken Word as Art and Communication.
   •  COM 494 - Off Campus Study Preparation.
   •  COM 495 - Honors Thesis I.
   •  COM 496 - Honors Thesis II.
   •  COM 507 - Topics in Communication and Visual Arts.
   •  COM 550 - Media, Propaganda and Social Change.
   •  COM 560 - Spoken Word as Art and Communication.
   •  CPL 204 - Literature of Greece and Rome.
   •  CPL 205 - The Bible as Literature:The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament.
   •  CPL 206 - Survey of African Literature.
   •  CPL 207 - Modern African Drama & Poetry.
   •  CPL 208 - Survey of Greek and Roman Classical Literature.
   •  CPL 209 - The Bible as Literature: The New Testament and Lost Gospels.
   •  CPL 246 - Saxons, Magicians and Triangles.
   •  CPL 257 - Protest in African Literature.
   •  CPL 301 - Introduction to Francophone African Literature.
   •  CPL 303 - Masterpieces of World Literature in Translation: III.
   •  CPL 304 - Masterpieces of World Literature in Translation: IV.
   •  CPL 305 - Twentieth Century World Literature in Translation: I.
   •  CPL 306 - Twentieth Century World Literature in Translation: II.
   •  CPL 311 - Introduction to Latino/Latina Literature in Translation.
   •  CPL 318 - Women Writers of the African World.
   •  CPL 358 - Major Authors.
   •  CPL 364 - Twentieth Century Spanish-American Literature in Translation.
   •  CPL 387 - Continental European Fiction.
   •  CPL 391 - Directed Readings in Comparative Literature.
   •  CPL 392 - Special Topics: Images of the U.S. through Latin American Literature.
   •  CPL 400 - 20th Century Major African Authors.
   •  CPL 480 - Africa in 20th Century Anglophone World Literature.
   •  CRJ 185 - Introduction to the Criminal Justice System.
   •  CRJ 300 - Gender, Crime and Justice.
   •  CRJ 380 - Criminal Law.
   •  CRJ 381 - Youth Gangs in American Society.
   •  CRJ 384 - Comparative Criminal Justice System.
   •  CRJ 385 - Elite Deviance.
   •  CRJ 386 - Punishment and Social Control.
   •  CRJ 388 - Corrections: A Critical Perspective.
   •  CRJ 389 - Correctional Practice.
   •  CRJ 391 - Directed Reading/Research in Criminal Justice.
   •  CRJ 398 - Special Topics in Criminal Justice.
   •  CRJ 430 - Processing Offenders.
   •  CRJ 432 - Policing Contemporary Society.
   •  CRJ 450 - Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice.
   •  CRJ 485 - Law and Society.
   •  CRJ 496 - Honors Thesis I.
   •  CRJ 497 - Honors Thesis II.
   •  CRJ 500 - Gender, Crime and Justice.
   •  CSC 101 - Fluency with Information Technology and Computing.
   •  CSC 121 - Using a Computer System I.
   •  CSC 122 - Introduction to Programming.
   •  CSC 123 - Word Processing.
   •  CSC 127 - Using a Unix Computer System.
   •  CSC 150 - Computer Ethics.
   •  CSC 151 - Spreadsheet Software.
   •  CSC 152 - Database Management Software.
   •  CSC 170 - COBOL Programming.
   •  CSC 173 - Visual BASIC for Windows.
   •  CSC 175 - Problem Solving and Programming I.
   •  CSC 230 - Introduction to Discrete Structures.
   •  CSC 263 - Introduction to Web Design.
   •  CSC 265 - Computer Logic Design.
   •  CSC 266 - Computer Logic Design Laboratory.
   •  CSC 275 - Problem Solving and Programming II.
   •  CSC 276 - Problem Solving and Programming II in Java.
   •  CSC 277 - Introduction to Computer Organization and Assembly Languages.
   •  CSC 286 - Computer Language Laboratory.
   •  CSC 291 - Supervised Study in Computer Science.
   •  CSC 293 - Intermediate Web Design.
   •  CSC 303 - Data Acquisition & Control.
   •  CSC 310 - Human Computer Interactions.
   •  CSC 311 - Advanced Visual BASIC for Windows.
   •  CSC 313 - Object-Oriented Programming in Java.
   •  CSC 315 - Middleware for Enterprise Architectures.
   •  CSC 335 - Computer Networks I.
   •  CSC 336 - Computer Networks II.
   •  CSC 350 - Computer Graphics.
   •  CSC 355 - Game Development.
   •  CSC 363 - Advanced Web Application Programming.
   •  CSC 365 - Computer Architecture.
   •  CSC 375 - Data Structures and Algorithms.
   •  CSC 377 - Operating Systems.
   •  CSC 381 - Introduction to the Theory of Computation.
   •  CSC 382 - Software Engineering.
   •  CSC 383 - Project Management.
   •  CSC 384 - Database Design.
   •  CSC 387 - System Administration.
   •  CSC 391 - Independent Study.
   •  CSC 392 - Topics in Computer Science.
   •  CSC 395 - Cooperative Practice in Computer Science.
   •  CSC 425 - Wireless and Mobile Computing.
   •  CSC 436 - Systems/Networking Design Project.
   •  CSC 444 - Simulation and Modeling.
   •  CSC 446 - Artificial Intelligence.
 

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