Sep 23, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog (As of 10-03-17) 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog (As of 10-03-17) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Classics

   •  CLAS 225 The Archaeology of Athens (3)
   •  CLAS 226 The Archaeology of Rome (3)
   •  CLAS 242 Images of Women in the Classical World (3)
   •  CLAS 253 Epic (3)
   •  CLAS 254 Tragedy (3)
   •  CLAS 255 Comedy (3)
   •  CLAS 256 Satire (3)
   •  CLAS 270 The Classics in Cinema (3)
   •  CLAS 290 Special Topics in Classics (3)
   •  CLAS 301 Topics in Ancient Greek Literature (3)
   •  CLAS 302 Topics in Latin Literature (3)
   •  CLAS 303 Topics in Classical Civilization (3)
   •  CLAS 320 State Formation in the Mediterranean World (3)
   •  CLAS 322 Mediterranean Landscapes (3)
   •  CLAS 324 Making, Movement, and Markets in the Mediterranean World (3)
   •  CLAS 325 Ancient Houses and Households (3)
   •  CLAS 343 Luxury and Status in Ancient Rome (3)
   •  CLAS 345 Love, Beauty, and Sexuality in the Greco-Roman World (3)
   •  CLAS 356 Ancient Roman Letters (3)
   •  CLAS 390 Special Topics (3)
   •  CLAS 399 Tutorial (3)
   •  CLAS 401 Research Seminar in Classics (3)
   •  CLAS 420 Research Assistantship in Classics (1-6)
   •  CLAS 421 Field Methods in Classical Archaeology (3-6)
   •  CLAS 450 Internship (1-6)
   •  CLAS 498 Independent Study (3)
   •  CLAS 499 Bachelor's Essay (6)

Communication

   •  COMM 104 Public Speaking (3)
   •  COMM 105 Forensic Lab (1)
   •  COMM 211 Oral Interpretation (3)
   •  COMM 214 Media in the Digital Age (4)
   •  COMM 214D Media in the Digital Age Discussion (0)
   •  COMM 215 Communication, Identity and Community (4)
   •  COMM 216 Principles and Practices of Strategic Communication (3)
   •  COMM 280 Introduction to Communication Messages (3)
   •  COMM 281 Introduction to Communication Messages (3)
   •  COMM 301 Communication Research Methods (3)
   •  COMM 310 Message Design and Influence (3)
   •  COMM 315 Ethical Communication (3)
   •  COMM 336 Addressing Problems in Context (3)
   •  COMM 380 Special Topics in Communication (1-3)
   •  COMM 389 Public Opinion in American Politics (3)
   •  COMM 394 Political Campaign Communication (3)
   •  COMM 395 American Politics and Mass Media (3)
   •  COMM 399 Tutorial (3)
   •  COMM 405 Independent Study in Communication (1-3)
   •  COMM 410 Analysis of Communication Practice (4)
   •  COMM 480 Capstone in Communication (3)
   •  COMM 481 Capstone in Communication (3)
   •  COMM 495 Field Internship (1-3)
   •  COMM 499 Bachelor's Essay (6)

Comparative Literature

   •  CPLT 200 Introduction to Comparative Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 390 Special Topics in Comparative Literature (3)
   •  CPLT 400 Comparative Literature Capstone (1)

Computer Information Systems

   •  INFS 211 Database Security (3)
   •  INFS 260 Information Systems Analysis and Design (3)
   •  INFS 392 Ethics in Information Systems (3)

Computer Science

CSCI 200-Level or Above

All computer science majors must attain an overall GPA of at least 2.000 in all computer science courses taken at the 200 level or above.

   •  CSCI 110 Computer Fluency (3)
   •  CSCI 111 Introduction to Cybersecurity (3)
   •  CSCI 112 Communications Technology and the Internet (3)
   •  CSCI 114 Electronic Publishing and Design (3)
   •  CSCI 115 Website Design (3)
   •  CSCI 120 Animation and Virtual Worlds (3)
   •  CSCI 140 Graphic Design and Digital Media (3)
   •  CSCI 180 Computers, Music and Art (3)
   •  CSCI 199 Special Topics in Computing (3)
   •  CSCI 215 Website Programming (3)
   •  CSCI 220 Computer Programming I (3)
   •  CSCI 220L Programming I Laboratory (1)
   •  CSCI 221 Computer Programming II (3)
   •  CSCI 230 Data Structures and Algorithms (3)
   •  CSCI 250 Introduction to Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming (3)
   •  CSCI 280 Game Programming (3)
   •  CSCI 299 Special Topics in Computer Science (3)
   •  CSCI 310 Advanced Algorithms (3)
   •  CSCI 315 Server-Side Web Programming (3)
   •  CSCI 320 Programming Language Concepts (3)
   •  CSCI 325 Functional and Logic Programming (3)
   •  CSCI 332 Database Concepts (3)
   •  CSCI 334 Data Mining (3)
   •  CSCI 340 Operating Systems (3)
   •  CSCI 345 Computer and Network Security (3)
   •  CSCI 350 Digital Logic and Computer Organization (3)
   •  CSCI 360 Software Architecture and Design (3)
   •  CSCI 362 Software Engineering (3)
   •  CSCI 380 User Interface Development (3)
   •  CSCI 381 Internship (1-4)
   •  CSCI 390 Special Topics in Computing (3)
   •  CSCI 392 Seminar on Computing and Society (3)
   •  CSCI 397 Research Experience in Computer Science (0)
   •  CSCI 399 Tutorial (3)
   •  CSCI 410 Automata and Formal Languages (3)
   •  CSCI 420 Principles of Compiler Design (3)
   •  CSCI 432 Concepts of Database Implementation (3)
   •  CSCI 440 Computer Networks (3)
   •  CSCI 450 Architecture of Advanced Computer Systems (3)
   •  CSCI 459 Service-Oriented Computing (3)
   •  CSCI 462 Software Engineering Practicum (3)
   •  CSCI 470 Principles of Artificial Intelligence (3)
   •  CSCI 480 Principles of Computer Graphics (3)
 

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