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    University of Central Missouri
   
 
  Oct 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


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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 4020  -  Internship in Computer Science (3-8)
   •  CS 4110  -  Mobile Applications Programming with Android (3)
   •  CS 4120  -  Advanced Applications Programming in Java (3)
   •  CS 4130  -  Server Side Web Programming (3)
   •  CS 4140  -  Web Applications Security (3)
   •  CS 4150  -  Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (3)
   •  CS 4300  -  Algorithm Design and Analysis (3)
   •  CS 4500  -  Operating Systems (3)
   •  CS 4510  -  Introduction to Distributed Systems (3)
   •  CS 4600  -  Database Theory and Applications (3)
   •  CS 4610  -  Introduction to Cloud Computing (3)
   •  CS 4620  -  Big Data Systems (3)
   •  CS 4630  -  Data Mining (3)
   •  CS 4640  -  Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence (3)
   •  CS 4700  -  Artificial Intelligence (3)
   •  CS 4710  -  Introduction to Machine Learning (3)
   •  CS 4800  -  Computer Networking (3)
   •  CS 4810  -  Computer Graphics (3)
   •  CS 4820  -  Introduction to Information Assurance (3)
   •  CS 4830  -  Game Development (3)
   •  CS 4840  -  Ethical Hacking (3)
   •  CS 4850  -  Computer and Network Forensics (3)
   •  CS 4920  -  Senior Project (3)
   •  CS 4930  -  Software Testing and Quality Assurance (3)
   •  CS 4940  -  Software Design and Architecture (3)
   •  CS 4950  -  Secure Software Engineering (3)

Construction Management

   •  CMGT 1300  -  Introduction to Construction Management (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
   •  CMGT 1301  -  Seminar in Construction Management (1)
   •  CMGT 2020  -  Statics (3)
   •  CMGT 2301  -  Intermediate Seminar in Construction Management (1)
   •  CMGT 2310  -  Construction Plans and Specifications (3)
   •  CMGT 2325  -  Project Cost Estimating (3)
   •  CMGT 2340  -  Surveying and Construction Layout (3: 2 lecture; 1 lab)
   •  CMGT 3010  -  Applied Construction Practices GE (3: 2 lecture; 1 lab)
   •  CMGT 3020  -  Applied Strength of Materials (3)
   •  CMGT 3301  -  Advanced Seminar in Construction Management (1)
   •  CMGT 3320  -  Principles of Construction Management (3)
   •  CMGT 3330  -  Building Codes and Code Administration (3)
   •  CMGT 3350  -  Building Structures: Methods & Materials (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
   •  CMGT 3355  -  Construction Planning and Scheduling (3)
   •  CMGT 4310  -  Construction Safety (3)
   •  CMGT 4325  -  Advanced Estimating and Cost Analysis (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
   •  CMGT 4330  -  Mechanical Systems for Buildings (3)
   •  CMGT 4340  -  Solar Energy for Building Construction (3)
   •  CMGT 4355  -  Computer-Based Project Control (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
   •  CMGT 4380  -  Heavy Construction: Methods and Materials (3)
   •  CMGT 4400  -  Construction Operations (3)

Criminal Justice

Only courses with a grade of C or better (including transfer courses) may be used to fulfill a core requirement in any major or minor offered exclusively by the Department of Criminal Justice. Students taking CJ courses to meet the requirements of majors/minors in other departments may use a D grade to fulfill requirements, unless stipulated by that department. A student may enroll in a course offered by the Department of Criminal Justice only if a grade of C or better is earned in each of the course’s prerequisites taken. A grade of D or better will meet the requirements for the 15 hours of CJ electives taken to fulfill a CJ major or any electives required for a CJ minor.

   •  CJ 1000  -  Introduction to Criminal Justice GE (3)
   •  CJ 1605  -  Orientation to the Criminal Justice Major (1)
   •  CJ 2000  -  History of Corrections and Penal Institutions (3)
   •  CJ 2010  -  Ethics in Criminal Justice (3)
   •  CJ 2101  -  Police Organization and Management (3)
   •  CJ 2300  -  Criminal Law and Procedure (3)
   •  CJ 2405  -  International Policing (3)
   •  CJ 2700  -  Introduction to Juvenile Justice (3)
   •  CJ 3005  -  Introduction to Firearms Proficiency (3)
   •  CJ 3006  -  Corrections (3)
   •  CJ 3010  -  Policing a Democratic Society (3)
   •  CJ 3020  -  Comparative Justice Systems (3)
   •  CJ 3104  -  Institutional Operations (3)
   •  CJ 3310  -  Law of Corrections and Prisoners' Rights (3)
   •  CJ 3398  -  International Human Rights and Criminal Justice (3)
   •  CJ 3400  -  Criminal Investigation (3)
   •  CJ 3405  -  Homicide Investigation (3)
   •  CJ 3450  -  Introduction to Computer Forensics (3)
   •  CJ 3600  -  Introduction to Criminal Justice Research and Statistics (3)
   •  CJ 3605  -  Junior Seminar in Criminal Justice (1)
   •  CJ 4000  -  Special Projects in Criminal Justice Administration (1-3)
   •  CJ 4006  -  Probation, Parole and Community Corrections (3)
   •  CJ 4010  -  Criminal Justice International Study (3)
   •  CJ 4020  -  Crime, Justice and Social Diversity (3)
   •  CJ 4025  -  Comparative Corrections (3)
   •  CJ 4060  -  Victimology (3)
   •  CJ 4070  -  Drug Policy (3)
   •  CJ 4080  -  Criminal Justice and the Media (3)
   •  CJ 4090  -  Miscarriages of Justice (3)
   •  CJ 4101  -  Criminal Justice Planning (3)
   •  CJ 4300  -  Critique of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure (3)
   •  CJ 4302  -  Evidence and Courtroom Procedure (3)
   •  CJ 4321  -  Civil Remedies in Criminal Justice (3)
   •  CJ 4330  -  Criminal Justice and the Mental Health Systems (3)
   •  CJ 4352  -  International Criminal Law (3)
   •  CJ 4390  -  The Death Penalty (3)
   •  CJ 4403  -  Sexual Assault and the Criminal Justice System (3)
   •  CJ 4420  -  Organized Crime (3)
   •  CJ 4433  -  Crime Mapping (3)
   •  CJ 4444  -  Terrorism (3)
   •  CJ 4488  -  Homeland Security (3)
   •  CJ 4503  -  Dynamics of Criminal Behavior (3)
   •  CJ 4601  -  Directed Studies (1-6)
   •  CJ 4602  -  Internship in Criminal Justice (1-6)
   •  CJ 4605  -  Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice (1)
   •  CJ 4607  -  Issues in International Justice (3)
   •  CJ 4701  -  Juvenile Law & Policy (3)
   •  CJ 4702  -  Juvenile Corrections (3)
   •  CJ 4703  -  International Juvenile Justice (3)
   •  CJ 4704  -  Dynamics of Delinquent Behavior (3)
   •  CJ 4920  -  Women and Crime (3)
   •  CJ 4930  -  Race, Class, and Crime (3)

Dance

   •  DANC 1110  -  Modern Dance I (1)
 

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