Jul 19, 2018  
2017 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


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Chinese

   •  CHIN 2790  -  Special Topics in Chinese (1-3)

College of Health, Science, and Technology

   •  CHST 1000  -  First Year Foundations For the College of Health, Science, and Technology (1)
   •  CHST 2000  -  Orientation to CHST (0)

Communication Disorders

   •  CD 1000  -  Introduction to Communication Disorders (3)
   •  CD 1401  -  American Sign Language 1 GE (3)
   •  CD 1402  -  American Sign Language 2 GE (3)
   •  CD 1800  -  Observation of Clinical Practicum in Communication Disorders (1)
   •  CD 2000  -  The Bases of Speech and Language (2)
   •  CD 2301  -  American Phonetics (3)
   •  CD 3301  -  Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Swallowing (2)
   •  CD 3304  -  Speech Science (3)
   •  CD 3503  -  Principles of Clinical Management (3)
   •  CD 4102  -  Counseling Persons with Communication Disorders and Their Families (2)
   •  CD 4103  -  Introduction to Evidence Based Practice in Communication Disorders (2)
   •  CD 4401  -  Language Development (3)
   •  CD 4402  -  Language Acquisition in Children with Developmental Disabilities (2)
   •  CD 4404  -  Assessment and Treatment of Language-Based Literacy Disorders (3)
   •  CD 4501  -  Basic Neuroscience for Speech-Language Pathologists (2)
   •  CD 4504  -  Introduction to Articulation and Phonological Disorders (3)
   •  CD 4505  -  School-age Issues in Communication Disorders (3)
   •  CD 4510  -  Multicultural Issues in Communication Disorders (2)
   •  CD 4512  -  Best Practices in Early Childhood Intervention (3)
   •  CD 4701  -  Introduction to Audiology (3)
   •  CD 4706  -  Hearing Measurement (3)
   •  CD 4708  -  Aural Rehabilitation (3)
   •  CD 4802  -  Undergraduate Clinical Practicum I (1)
   •  CD 4803  -  Undergraduate Clinical Practicum II (1)
   •  CD 4900  -  Special Topics in Communication Disorders (1-3)

Crisis and Disaster Management

   •  CDM 2000  -  Special Activities in Crisis and Disaster Management (3)
   •  CDM 3000  -  Introduction to Crisis and Disaster Management (3)
   •  CDM 3035  -  Emergency Response Planning (3)
   •  CDM 3225  -  Hazardous Materials Emergency Response (3)
   •  CDM 3400  -  Community Mitigation and Recovery (3)
   •  CDM 4000  -  Special Topics in Crisis and Disaster (3)
   •  CDM 4015  -  Catastrophic Readiness (3)
   •  CDM 4035  -  Disaster and Society (3)
   •  CDM 4200  -  Disaster Management Technology (3)
   •  CDM 4215  -  Environmental Disasters (3)
   •  CDM 4245  -  Managerial Issues in Hazardous Materials (3)
   •  CDM 4400  -  Research Issues in Crisis and Disaster Management (3)
   •  CDM 4515  -  Safety and Health for Emergency Responders (3)
   •  CDM 4535  -  Emergency Services Management (3)
   •  CDM 4575  -  Emergency Services Personnel Management (3)
   •  CDM 4715  -  Business Continuity Planning (3)
   •  CDM 4735  -  Critical Infrastructure (3)
   •  CDM 4745  -  Crisis Management (3)
   •  CDM 4800  -  Integrated Emergency Management (3)
   •  CDM 4900  -  Technology Application Studies (3)
   •  CDM 4910  -  Field Exercise Project (1-3)
   •  CDM 4990  -  Practicum in Crisis and Disaster Management (3-6)

Communication

   •  COMM 1000  -  Public Speaking GE (3)
   •  COMM 1050  -  Fundamentals of Oral Communication Competency GE (3)
   •  COMM 1100  -  Introduction to Communication (1)
   •  COMM 1200  -  Introduction to Mass Communication GE (3)
   •  COMM 1275  -  Introduction to Media Technology (1)
   •  COMM 1500  -  Writing Across the Media (3)
   •  COMM 1519  -  Media Aesthetics (3)
   •  COMM 1520  -  Introduction to Digital Journalism (3: 3 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  COMM 1630  -  Web Content and Promotion Strategies (3)
   •  COMM 1700  -  Dale Carnegie: Generation Next (2)
   •  COMM 2000  -  Media Literacy GE (3)
   •  COMM 2100  -  Introduction to Communication Theory (3)
   •  COMM 2275  -  Screenwriting (3)
   •  COMM 2320  -  Foundations of Rhetorical Theory (3)
   •  COMM 2330  -  Communication in Small Groups/Teams (3)
   •  COMM 2340  -  Argumentation and Debate (3)
   •  COMM 2380  -  Introduction to Organizational Communication (3)
   •  COMM 2410  -  Multimedia Production (3)
   •  COMM 2411  -  Audio Production (3)
   •  COMM 2412  -  Introduction to Digital Video (3)
   •  COMM 2450  -  Performance for the Media (3)
   •  COMM 2475  -  Multicam Studio Production (3)
   •  COMM 2520  -  Editing and Design (3: 3 lecture, 0 lab)
   •  COMM 2530  -  Visual News Production (3)
   •  COMM 2540  -  Sports Reporting (3)
   •  COMM 2560  -  Introduction to Sports Broadcasting (3)
   •  COMM 2700  -  Dale Carnegie: Effective Communication and Human Relations (3)
   •  COMM 3000  -  Film Appreciation GE (3)
   •  COMM 3010  -  Interpersonal Communication (3)
   •  COMM 3050  -  Cinematography (3)
   •  COMM 3100  -  Communication Research Methods (3)
   •  COMM 3200  -  Digital Media Practicum (1-3)
   •  COMM 3315  -  Improving Listening Abilities (3)
   •  COMM 3320  -  Communication of Social Movements (3)
   •  COMM 3325  -  Nonverbal Communication (3)
   •  COMM 3327  -  Improving Interviewing Skills (3)
   •  COMM 3340  -  Intercultural Communication GE (3)
   •  COMM 3350  -  Professional Communication (3)
   •  COMM 3390  -  Forensics (1)
   •  COMM 3391  -  Teaching High School Speech and Debate (3)
   •  COMM 3400  -  History of American Film (3)
   •  COMM 3410  -  Advanced Radio Production (3)
   •  COMM 3411  -  Video Production II (3)
   •  COMM 3413  -  Advanced Multimedia Production (3)
   •  COMM 3425  -  Audio for Digital Cinema (3)
   •  COMM 3450  -  Digital Video Editing (3)
   •  COMM 3500  -  Reporting Public Affairs (3)
   •  COMM 3505  -  Introduction to High School Video Production (1)
   •  COMM 3535  -  Broadcast Journalism (3)
   •  COMM 3560  -  Advanced Sports Broadcasting (3)
 

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