Oct 16, 2019  
2010-2011 Catalog 
    
2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Chemistry

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400, 500; 417, 445, 517, 545 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.

   •  CHEM 553 - Organic Reactions
   •  CHEM 554 - Organic Spectroscopy
   •  CHEM 555 - Advanced NMR Techniques
   •  CHEM 556 - Medicinal Chemistry
   •  CHEM 562 - Group Theory and Spectroscopy
   •  CHEM 563 - Computers in Chemistry
   •  CHEM 565 - Surface Chemistry
   •  CHEM 573 - Enzyme Chemistry
   •  CHEM 575 - Immunology
   •  CHEM 578 - Protein Engineering
   •  CHEM 579 - Virology
   •  CHEM 595 - Seminar
   •  CHEM 596 - Seminar in Current Chemistry and Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 690 - Thesis
   •  CHEM 694 - Industrial Internship in Chemistry

Chinese

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400; 417, 445 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.

   •  CHIN 101 - First-Year Chinese
   •  CHIN 102 - First-Year Chinese
   •  CHIN 103 - First-Year Chinese
   •  CHIN 201 - Second-Year Chinese
   •  CHIN 202 - Second-Year Chinese
   •  CHIN 203 - Second-Year Chinese
   •  CHIN 280 - Traditional Chinese Characters
   •  CHIN 301 - Third-Year Chinese
   •  CHIN 302 - Third-Year Chinese
   •  CHIN 303 - Third-Year Chinese
   •  CHIN 330 - Chinese Culture Through Film and Literature
   •  CHIN 360 - Business Chinese
   •  CHIN 390 - Introduction to Chinese Language and Linguistics

Classical Studies

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400; 417, 445 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.

   •  CLST 117 - The Ancient Legacy
   •  CLST 260 - Masterworks of Ancient Greek Literature
   •  CLST 270 - Literature of Rome and Her Empire
   •  CLST 350 - Greek Mythology
   •  CLST 401 - Sanskrit
   •  CLST 410 - The Proto-Indo-European Roots of the Classical Languages
   •  CLST 450 - Topics in Classical Studies
   •  CLST 450A - Topics in Classical Studies
   •  CLST 450B - Topics in Classical Studies
   •  CLST 450C - Topics in Classical Studies

Coaching Development

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400; 417, 445 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.

   •  CD 280 - Coaching Practicum - Basketball
   •  CD 281 - Coaching Practicum - Volleyball
   •  CD 343 - Sports Officiating/Track & Field
   •  CD 381 - Coaching Sports: Basketball
   •  CD 383 - Coaching Sports: Track

Communication

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400; 417, 445 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.

   •  COMM 101 - Fundamentals of Speech
   •  COMM 220 - Communication Theory
   •  COMM 224 - Small Group Processes
   •  COMM 225 - Communication, Diversity and Controversy
   •  COMM 230 - Introduction to Rhetorical Theory and Criticism
   •  COMM 235 - Exposition and Argumentation
   •  COMM 236 - Intercollegiate Forensics
   •  COMM 244 - Advocacy Through Media
   •  COMM 244S - Advocacy Through Media
   •  COMM 318 - Professional Communication
   •  COMM 319 - Communication and Healthcare
   •  COMM 322 - Civil Discourse as Learning Interaction
   •  COMM 325 - Introduction to Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 327 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 331 - Advanced Public Speaking
   •  COMM 339 - Practicum in Applied Communication
   •  COMM 350 - Emerging Communication Technologies
   •  COMM 398 - Research Methods in Communication
   •  COMM 416 - Topics in Communication
   •  COMM 416G - Interpersonal Conflict Resolution
   •  COMM 416R - Communication & Creativity
   •  COMM 420 - Advanced Communication Theory
   •  COMM 425 - Issues in Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 427 - Issues in Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 428 - Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 430 - Visual Rhetoric
   •  COMM 435 - Principles of Persuasion
   •  COMM 436 - Advanced Forensics and Debate
   •  COMM 442 - Video Workshop
   •  COMM 444 - Critical Media Literacy
   •  COMM 450 - Communication Pedagogy I
   •  COMM 451 - Communication Pedagogy II
   •  COMM 454 - Instructional Communication
   •  COMM 459 - Field Internship in Communication
   •  COMM 492 - Senior Thesis
   •  COMM 498 - Communication Ethics

Communication Sci & Disorders

Courses numbered X37; X97; 300, 400, 500; 417, 445, 517, 545 are described in the University Academic Policies  section of this catalog.

   •  CSD 251 - Introduction to Communication Disorders
   •  CSD 253 - Speech and Hearing Sciences for the Liberal Arts
   •  CSD 265 - Beginning Sign Language
   •  CSD 301 - Writing Lab
   •  CSD 352 - Anatomy and Physiology of Speech Mechanisms
   •  CSD 353 - Speech Science
   •  CSD 354 - Speech and Language Development in Children
   •  CSD 356 - Phonetics
   •  CSD 361 - Language Disorders, Birth to Five
   •  CSD 371 - Hearing Science
   •  CSD 372 - Hearing Disorders
   •  CSD 373 - Introduction to Phonology
   •  CSD 381 - Physiological and Psychological Bases of Hearing
   •  CSD 401 - Writing Lab
   •  CSD 450 - Neuroanatomy for Speech Pathology and Audiology
   •  CSD 451 - Language Disorders II
   •  CSD 457 - Clinical Processes
   •  CSD 458 - Application of Clinical Processes to CSD
   •  CSD 459 - Lab: Beginning Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Therapy
   •  CSD 460 - Assess & Intervention in CSD
   •  CSD 462 - Audiometric Testing
 

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