2018-19 Academic Catalog 
    
    Jun 19, 2019  
2018-19 Academic Catalog

Course Descriptions


For schedule and detailed course information, including schedule types, please see the Class Schedule and Course Descriptions webpage.

Schedule Type Classifications

The delivery of instruction often requires educational material to be organized and presented to students in a variety of ways. In order to facilitate the planning for and scheduling of classes to accommodate these multiple types of instruction, it is necessary to divide courses into organizational parts which reflect the unique combinations of instructors, meeting places, and time patterns used to conduct the instruction. The schedule types listed below are intended to reflect the nature of activities required of students, the relationship between students and their instructors, and the settings required to deliver the content of an instructional offering.

  • LEC — Lecture
  • LAB — Laboratory
  • DIS — Distance Education
  • CLN — Clinic
  • EX — Experiential
  • IND — Individual Study
  • SD — Studio
 

Civil Engineering Technology

   •  CET 16000 - Statics
   •  CET 20800 - Route Surveying
   •  CET 20900 - Land Surveying And Subdivision
   •  CET 21000 - Surveying Computations
   •  CET 25300 - Hydraulics And Drainage
   •  CET 26000 - Strength Of Materials
   •  CET 26600 - Materials Testing
   •  CET 28000 - Structural Calculations
   •  CET 29900 - Civil Engineering Technology
   •  CET 30300 - Land Survey Systems
   •  CET 30400 - Legal Descriptions For Survey
   •  CET 30600 - Construction Surveying
   •  CET 30900 - Principles Of Highway Construction
   •  CET 32200 - Astronomic And Geodetic Surveying
   •  CET 33100 - Properties And Behavior Of Soils
   •  CET 38600 - Reinforced Concrete Construction
   •  CET 40200 - Surveying Law
   •  CET 40400 - Property Surveying
   •  CET 40800 - Construction Of Highways
   •  CET 40900 - Property Surveying
   •  CET 43200 - Foundation Construction
   •  CET 49900 - Civil Engineering Technology

Communication

   •  COM 10300 - The Freshman Seminar In Communication
   •  COM 11400 - Fundamentals Of Speech Communication
   •  COM 20100 - Introduction To Media Studies
   •  COM 20200 - Electronic Media
   •  COM 20400 - Critical Perspectives On Communication
   •  COM 21000 - Debating Public Issues
   •  COM 21100 - Practicum In Speech Communication Activities
   •  COM 21200 - Approaches To The Study Of Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 21300 - Voice And Diction
   •  COM 21400 - Comparative Theories Of Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 22500 - Introduction To Rhetoric And Social Influence
   •  COM 22800 - Introduction To Communication Studies
   •  COM 24000 - Introduction To Oral Interpretation
   •  COM 25000 - Mass Communication And Society
   •  COM 25100 - Communication, Information, And Society
   •  COM 25200 - Writing For Mass Media
   •  COM 25300 - Introduction To Public Relations
   •  COM 25500 - Introduction To News Reporting And Writing
   •  COM 25600 - Introduction To Advertising
   •  COM 26100 - Introduction To Digital Video Production
   •  COM 29000 - Special Topics In Communication
   •  COM 30000 - Introduction To Communication Research Methods
   •  COM 30100 - Applied Communication Research
   •  COM 30101 - Political Economy Of Global Media
   •  COM 30102 - Media Globalization And Development
   •  COM 30200 - Publications Design
   •  COM 30500 - News Editing
   •  COM 30600 - Advanced News Reporting And Writing
   •  COM 30700 - Written And Oral Communication For Engineers
   •  COM 30900 - Visual Communication
   •  COM 31000 - Family Communication
   •  COM 31200 - Rhetoric In The Western World
   •  COM 31400 - Advanced Presentational Speaking
   •  COM 31500 - Speech Communication Of Technical Information
   •  COM 31800 - Principles Of Persuasion
   •  COM 31900 - The Rhetorical Tradition
   •  COM 32000 - Small Group Communication
   •  COM 32200 - Leadership In Organization
   •  COM 32300 - Business And Professional Speaking
   •  COM 32400 - Introduction To Organizational Communication
   •  COM 32500 - Interviewing: Principles And Practice
   •  COM 32600 - Speechwriting
   •  COM 32700 - International Communications
   •  COM 33000 - Theories Of Mass Communication
   •  COM 33100 - Audio Production
   •  COM 33200 - Television Production
   •  COM 33400 - Journalism For The Electronic Mass Media
   •  COM 34201 - Introduction To Broadcast News
   •  COM 34300 - Fundamentals Of Oral Interpretation
   •  COM 34700 - Radio And Television Performance
   •  COM 34800 - Social Media And Public Relations
   •  COM 34900 - Media And Culture
   •  COM 35000 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COM 35100 - Mass Communication Ethics
   •  COM 35200 - Mass Communication Law
   •  COM 35300 - Problems In Public Relations
   •  COM 35400 - Introduction To Health Communication
   •  COM 35800 - Specialized Reporting
   •  COM 36500 - Communication And Aging
   •  COM 37100 - Health Communication
   •  COM 37600 - Communication And Gender
   •  COM 39000 - Special Topics In Communication
   •  COM 40200 - Dark Side Of Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 40300 - Communication Ethics
   •  COM 40500 - The Rhetoric Of Women’s Rights
   •  COM 41101 - Introduction To Writing In Health Sciences
   •  COM 41500 - Discussion Of Technical Problems
   •  COM 41800 - Communication And Gender
   •  COM 42000 - Introduction To Organizational Communication
   •  COM 42500 - Rhetorical Criticism
   •  COM 42600 - Identity And Communication
   •  COM 42900 - Advertising Campaigns
   •  COM 43400 - Practicum In Radio and Television
   •  COM 43500 - Communication And Emerging Technologies
   •  COM 43600 - Script Writing
   •  COM 43700 - Performance Practicum
   •  COM 43900 - Focus Group Research
   •  COM 44100 - Advanced Television Production
 

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