Sep 20, 2018  
2018-19 CATALOG 
    
2018-19 CATALOG

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering System

The first digit in each course designation is intended to indicate the level of the course. In addition, the first digit also roughly indexes the student’s year of study at the University.

Courses numbered 001 to 099 are non-baccalaureate developmental courses.

Courses numbered 100 to 299 are lower-division.

Courses numbered 300 to 499 are upper-division.

Courses numbered 500 to 599 are graduate level, and may be taken by advanced upper-division, post-baccalaureate, or graduate students for undergraduate or graduate credit.

Courses numbered 600 to 699 are graduate level. These courses may be taken by undergraduate students only on an individual basis, and only with prior, case-by-case approval of the program director of the program offering the course (or his/her designee).

Courses numbered 700 to 799 are doctoral level.

Courses numbered 1000 and above not listed in this catalog because these are professional-level courses carrying University credit, which do not typically apply to credentials or degrees offered by the University. These courses are recorded on student transcripts.

Students should consult relevant sections of this catalog, as well as college and program advising staff, in order to determine which courses are appropriate for their level of study, and which courses satisfy degree requirements for various programs of study.

 

Child and Adolescent Development

   •  CHAD 347 - Peer Relationships in Childhood and Adolescence
   •  CHAD 365 - Socioemotional Development
   •  CHAD 370 - Risk and Resiliency in Childhood and Adolescence
   •  CHAD 450 - Practicum in Early Childhood Education
   •  CHAD 491 - Children, Adolescents, and Social Policy
   •  CHAD 496 - Observation and Assessment Laboratory in Child and Adolescent Development

Chinese

   •  CHIN 101 - Beginning Chinese I
   •  CHIN 102 - Beginning Chinese II

Communication

(CTM) = Communication Theory and Methods
(CCSC) = Communication, Culture and Social Context
(MC) = Mass Communication

   •  COMM 100 - Introduction to Communication
   •  COMM 200 - Argumentation and Dialogue
   •  COMM 300 - Communication Theory
   •  COMM 310 - Group Interaction and Problem Solving Methods
   •  COMM 320 - Conflict and Communication
   •  COMM 330 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 333 - Language and Social Interaction
   •  COMM 340 - Interviewing Principles and Practices
   •  COMM 350 - Topics in Communication
   •  COMM 355 - Communication and Collaboration
   •  COMM 360 - Mass Media and Society
   •  COMM 370 - World Wide Web as Mass Medium
   •  COMM 380 - Health Communication
   •  COMM 390 - Research Methods and Design
   •  COMM 400 - Discourse Analysis
   •  COMM 401 - Rhetorical Theory
   •  COMM 402 - Rhetorical Criticism
   •  COMM 405 - Feminist Rhetorics
   •  COMM 410 - Asian Americans and the Media
   •  COMM 415 - Communication and Social Protest
   •  COMM 420 - Topics in Communication Theory
   •  COMM 425 - Communication and Mediation
   •  COMM 426 - Dialogic Communication
   •  COMM 430 - Power, Discourse and Social Identity
   •  COMM 435 - Communication and Gender
   •  COMM 437 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 440 - Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 441 - Organizational Communication Ethics
   •  COMM 444 - Narratives in Organizations
   •  COMM 445 - Communication Portfolio
   •  COMM 450 - Topics in Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 453 - Communication and Transnationalism
   •  COMM 454 - The Communication of Whiteness
   •  COMM 455 - Television and Culture
   •  COMM 456 - Leadership and Social Change
   •  COMM 460 - Visual Communication and Rhetoric
   •  COMM 461 - Scientific Communication in Biotechnology
   •  COMM 465 - Communication and Popular Culture
   •  COMM 470 - Political Communication
   •  COMM 480 - Topics in Mass Communication
   •  COMM 485 - Chicana/os Latina/os in Film and T.V.
   •  COMM 495 - Communication Internship
   •  COMM 499A - Independent Study
   •  COMM 499B - Independent Study
   •  COMM 499C - Independent Study

Computer Information Systems

   •  CIS 300 - Computer Information Fluency
   •  CIS 341 - Computer System Analysis and Design
   •  CIS 444 - Web Programming
   •  CIS 490 - Project Management and Practice

Computer Science

   •  CS 100 - Computer Basics
   •  CS 105 - Media-Propelled Computational Thinking
   •  CS 111 - Computer Science I
   •  CS 200 - Selected Topics in Computing
   •  CS 211 - Computer Science II
   •  CS 231 - Assembly Language and Digital Circuits
   •  CS 301 - Computer Mastery
   •  CS 305 - Problem Solving with Java Programming
   •  CS 306 - Introduction to Computer Animation
   •  CS 311 - Data Structures
   •  CS 331 - Computer Architecture
   •  CS 351 - Programming Languages
   •  CS 403 - Social and Organizational Impacts of Computing
   •  CS 421 - Theory of Computing
   •  CS 433 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 435 - Real-Time Concepts for Embedded Systems
   •  CS 436 - Introduction to Networking
   •  CS 441 - Software Engineering
   •  CS 443 - Database Management Systems
   •  CS 445 - Digital Embedded Systems Design with HDL
   •  CS 455 - Logic Programming
   •  CS 464 - Numerical Analysis and Computing
   •  CS 471 - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
   •  CS 473 - Artificial Neural Networks
   •  CS 480 - Introduction to Optimization
   •  CS 481 - Introduction to Mobile Programming
   •  CS 485 - Game Programming
   •  CS 495 - Internship in Computer Science
   •  CS 497 - Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 498A - Individual Study in Computer Science
   •  CS 498B - Individual Study in Computer Science
   •  CS 498C - Individual Study in Computer Science
   •  CS 499A - Independent Research in Computer Science
   •  CS 499B - Independent Research in Computer Science
   •  CS 499C - Independent Research in Computer Science
   •  CS 511 - Introduction to Bioinformatics
   •  CS 512 - Introduction to Data Mining
   •  CS 513 - Analysis and Intractability of Algorithms
   •  CS 531 - Advanced Computer Architectures
   •  CS 535 - Introduction to Computer Graphics
   •  CS 536 - Introduction to 3D Game Graphics
   •  CS 537 - Data Communication and Computer Networks
   •  CS 538 - Cryptography and Network Security
 

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