Aug 18, 2018  
2017 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


A wildcard character can be used to enhance your search.  For example: using an asterisk enter ACCT 3* to find all 3000-level ACCT courses.

 

Communication

   •  COMM 3730  -  Conflict Management (3)
   •  COMM 4200  -  Special Topics in Mass Media (1-9)
   •  COMM 4210  -  Mass Media Practicum II (1)
   •  COMM 4235  -  Media Promotions (3)
   •  COMM 4240  -  Media Management (3)
   •  COMM 4245  -  Media Economics and Sales (3)
   •  COMM 4250  -  The Law and Digital Media (3)
   •  COMM 4260  -  Global Media Systems (3)
   •  COMM 4270  -  Family Communication (3)
   •  COMM 4280  -  Mass Media and Society (3)
   •  COMM 4285  -  Women and Minorities in Media (3)
   •  COMM 4290  -  Special Projects in Mass Communication (1-3)
   •  COMM 4295  -  Internship (1-6)
   •  COMM 4300  -  Special Projects in Speech Communication (1-3)
   •  COMM 4320  -  Social Influence (3)
   •  COMM 4330  -  Theories of Interpersonal Communication (3)
   •  COMM 4335  -  Gender Communication (3)
   •  COMM 4340  -  Rhetorical Analysis and Society (3)
   •  COMM 4370  -  Special Topics in Communication (1-3)
   •  COMM 4390  -  Contemporary Communication (3)
   •  COMM 4412  -  Narrative Production (3)
   •  COMM 4430  -  Media Programming (3)
   •  COMM 4435  -  Advanced Multicam Production (3)
   •  COMM 4470  -  Corporate and Organizational Media Production (3)
   •  COMM 4475  -  New Media Technologies (3)
   •  COMM 4490  -  Senior Capstone Seminar (1)
   •  COMM 4500  -  History of the American Press (3)
   •  COMM 4510  -  Magazine Design and Production (3)
   •  COMM 4535  -  Advanced Digital Journalism (3)
   •  COMM 4550  -  Advanced Screenwriting (3)
   •  COMM 4560  -  Documentary Production (3)
   •  COMM 4565  -  Corporate and Freelance Production (3)
   •  COMM 4570  -  History of International Film (3)
   •  COMM 4571  -  Methods of Teaching Journalism (3)
   •  COMM 4700  -  Dale Carnegie: High Impact Presentations (1)
   •  COMM 4780  -  Communication Leadership and Practice in Organization (3)
   •  COMM 4781  -  Strategic Communication Audits (3)
   •  COMM 4783  -  Communication Training (3)
   •  COMM 4785  -  Internship in Speech Communication (1-6)
   •  COMM 4790  -  Senior Capstone (1)

Computer Information Systems

In addition to any course prerequisites listed for the courses below, the Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies also enforces a course leveling prerequisite.  This means that freshmen (those who have earned 0-29.5 semester hours of college credit) may enroll in 1000 level courses only, sophomores (completed 30-59.5 semester hours) may enroll in 2000 or 1000 level courses, juniors (completed 60-89.5 semester hours) may enroll in 3000, 2000 or 1000 level courses and seniors (all students who have earned 90 semester hours) may enroll in 4000 level courses or below.

   •  CIS 1600  -  Business Information Management GE (3)
   •  CIS 1612  -  Ethics in Information Technology GE (3)
   •  CIS 1625  -  Programming With Visual C# (3)
   •  CIS 2625  -  Web Application Architecture (3)
   •  CIS 2665  -  Principles of Data Communications and Local Area Networking (3)
   •  CIS 3625  -  Business Application Development with Java (3)
   •  CIS 3630  -  Management Information Systems (3)
   •  CIS 3650  -  Database Management Systems (3)
   •  CIS 3660  -  Analysis and Design of Computer Information Systems (3)
   •  CIS 3665  -  Data Communication Technologies (3)
   •  CIS 3670  -  User Experience Design (3)
   •  CIS 3685  -  Integrative Business Experience Practicum (3)
   •  CIS 3690  -  Internship in Big Data and Business Analytics (3-9)
   •  CIS 3695  -  Internship in Computer Information Systems (3-9)
   •  CIS 4610  -  Special Projects (1-3)
   •  CIS 4625  -  Information Security Management (3)
   •  CIS 4635  -  Seminar in Business Computer Applications (2-3)
   •  CIS 4640  -  Web Application Development (3)
   •  CIS 4645  -  Network and System Security (3)
   •  CIS 4650  -  Big Data Architecture (3)
   •  CIS 4655  -  Software Engineering (3)
   •  CIS 4660  -  Advanced Applications Development Using JAVA (3)
   •  CIS 4665  -  Data Communication and Distributed Data Processing (3)
   •  CIS 4670  -  Applications Development Using Visual C# (3)
   •  CIS 4675  -  Mobile Business Application Development (3)
   •  CIS 4680  -  Data Resource Management (3)
   •  CIS 4681  -  Big Data for the Enterprise (3)
   •  CIS 4683  -  Big Data Visualization & Reporting (3)
   •  CIS 4685  -  Network Planning, Design and Security (3)
   •  CIS 4690  -  Systems Architecture and Development (3)

Computer Science

A student may enroll in a course offered by the School of Computer Science and Mathematics only if a grade of C or better is earned in each of the course’s prerequisites taken.

   •  CS 1000  -  Computers and Modern Society GE (3)
   •  CS 1010  -  Introduction to Computer Science GE (3)
   •  CS 1020  -  Introduction to Biomedical Informatics GE (3)
   •  CS 1030  -  Introduction to Computer Programming GE (3)
   •  CS 1100  -  Computer Programming I (3)
   •  CS 1110  -  Computer Programming II (3)
   •  CS 1500  -  Command Line Environments (3)
   •  CS 1800  -  Introduction to Cybersecurity GE (3)
   •  CS 1810  -  Video Game Theory and Analysis (3)
   •  CS 2200  -  Introduction to Computer Organization (3)
   •  CS 2300  -  Data Structures (3)
   •  CS 2400  -  Discrete Structures (3)
   •  CS 2500  -  Computer Systems Administration (3)
   •  CS 2820  -  Game Programming (3)
   •  CS 3100  -  Programming Languages (3)
   •  CS 3110  -  Applications Programming in C# and .NET (3)
   •  CS 3120  -  Client Side Web Programming (3)
   •  CS 3130  -  Secure Programming (3)
   •  CS 3200  -  Computer Organization and Architecture (3)
   •  CS 3300  -  Introduction to Cryptography (3)
   •  CS 3500  -  C and UNIX Environment (3)
   •  CS 3600  -  Introduction to Data Visualization (3)
   •  CS 3800  -  Applications Development with VB.NET (3)
   •  CS 3810  -  Introduction to Game Design (3)
   •  CS 3820  -  Usable Privacy and Security (3)
   •  CS 3830  -  Economics of Cybersecurity (3)
   •  CS 3900  -  Software Requirements Engineering (3)
   •  CS 3910  -  Software Engineering (3)
   •  CS 4000  -  Special Problems in Computer Science (1-3)
   •  CS 4010  -  Special Topics in Cybersecurity (3)
 

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