May 27, 2019  
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2017 - 2018 
    
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2017 - 2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


This listing includes traditional undergraduate courses, degree completion courses and designated subjects education courses. Not all courses listed in this catalog are available each term at all campus locations.

 

Criminal Justice

   •  CRIM 370 - Diversity and Crime
   •  CRIM 372 - Diversity and Crime
   •  CRIM 375 - Criminal Justice in America
   •  CRIM 382 - Juvenile Delinquency and Justice
   •  CRIM 392 - Corrections
   •  CRIM 410 - Criminal Evidence
   •  CRIM 412 - Restorative Justice
   •  CRIM 420 - Criminology Statistics
   •  CRIM 422 - Statistics for Sociology and Criminology
   •  CRIM 440 - Advanced Criminal Law
   •  CRIM 476 - Internship
   •  CRIM 496A - Criminology and Restorative Justice Studies Project I
   •  CRIM 496B - Criminology and Restorative Justice Studies Project II
   •  CRIM 496C - Criminology and Restorative Justice Studies Project III

Computer Science Software Engineering

   •  CSSE 105 - Computer Literacy
   •  CSSE 112 - Survey of Computer Science
   •  CSSE 121 - Introduction to Scientific Programming
   •  CSSE 220 - Object-Oriented Programming
   •  CSSE 230 - Computer Architecture and Digital Design
   •  CSSE 240 - Data Structures & Algorithms
   •  CSSE 260 - Automata, Formal Languages & Models
   •  CSSE 310 - Programming Languages
   •  CSSE 336 - Operating Systems & Networks
   •  CSSE 350 - Software Engineering
   •  CSSE 352 - Software Design
   •  CSSE 362 - Multimedia Design & Development
   •  CSSE 366 - Computer Game Design & Development
   •  CSSE 370 - Internet Programming
   •  CSSE 372 - Web/Mobile Applications Development
   •  CSSE 378 - Programmable Logic Controller Programming
   •  CSSE 380 - Database Systems and Programming
   •  CSSE 390 - Ethics in Computing
   •  CSSE 455 - Software Quality Assurance
   •  CSSE 457 - Software Project Management
   •  CSSE 480 - Computing Projects in the Community
   •  CSSE 490 - Senior Project

Designated Subject Education

   •  DSE 400 - Early Orientation for Designated Subject Teachers
   •  DSE 405 - Educational Technology
   •  DSE 410 - Foundations of Career Technical Education
   •  DSE 415 - Curriculum Development
   •  DSE 420 - Special Needs
   •  DSE 425 - Learning and Instruction
   •  DSE 430 - Assessing Student Learning
   •  DSE 435 - Classroom and Laboratory Management

Early Childhood Development

   •  ECD 300 - Child, Family and Community
   •  ECD 305 - Early Child Growth and Development
   •  ECD 310 - Human Diversity and Relations
   •  ECD 320 - Parenting for Early Childhood Educators
   •  ECD 400 - Children’s Play and Learning Theory
   •  ECD 420 - Guidance in Social and Emotional Behaviors
   •  ECD 430 - Early Childhood Physical Education Methods
   •  ECD 440 - Students with Exceptionalities in School and Community
   •  ECD 450 - Children’s Art and Literature
   •  ECD 460 - Math and Science for Young Children
   •  ECD 470 - Curriculum Development for Early Childhood Education
   •  ECD 483 - Child Observation Practicum

Economics

   •  ECON 101 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECON 101H - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECON 102 - Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 102H - Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 301 - Economics in Business
   •  ECON 390 - Global Economics and Sustainable Development
   •  ECON 392 - Introduction to the Global Economy
   •  ECON 440 - Managerial Economics

Education

   •  ED 300 - Diversity and Global Education
   •  ED 410 - Comparative Studies in Education: Canada

Environmental Studies

   •  ENV 150 - Introduction to Environmental Studies
   •  ENV 151 - The Environment and Humanity
   •  ENV 460 - Environmental Issue Analysis
   •  ENV 482 - Environmental Studies Practicum

English as a Second Language

   •  ESL 005 - Test Preparation I
   •  ESL 006 - Test Preparation II
   •  ESL 007 - Summer Intensive English
   •  ESL 015 - Writing and Grammar I
   •  ESL 016 - Listening and Pronunciation Skills I
   •  ESL 017 - Reading, Vocabulary and Critical Thinking I
   •  ESL 018 - Academic Literacy I
   •  ESL 019 - Fluency Through Conversation
   •  ESL 025 - Writing and Grammar II
   •  ESL 026 - Listening and Pronunciation Skills II
   •  ESL 027 - Reading, Vocabulary and Critical Thinking II
   •  ESL 028 - Academic Literacy II
   •  ESL 029 - Fluency Through Conversation II
   •  ESL 035 - Writing and Grammar III
   •  ESL 036 - Listening and Pronunciation Skills III
   •  ESL 037 - Reading, Vocabulary & Critical Thinking III
   •  ESL 038 - Academic Literacy III
   •  ESL 039 - Fluency Through Conversation III
   •  ESL 045 - Writing and Grammar IV
   •  ESL 046 - Listening and Pronunciation Skills IV
   •  ESL 047 - Reading, Vocabulary and Critical Thinking IV
   •  ESL 048 - Academic Literacy IV
   •  ESL 049 - Fluency Through Conversation IV
   •  ESL 055 - Writing and Grammar V
   •  ESL 056 - Listening and Pronunciation Skills V
   •  ESL 057 - Reading, Vocabulary and Critical Thinking V
   •  ESL 058 - Academic Literacy V
   •  ESL 059 - Fluency Through Conversation V
   •  ESL 115 - Writing and Grammar I
   •  ESL 116 - Listening and Pronunciation Skills I
 

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