Jan 21, 2022  
2019-2020 Augusta University Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Augusta University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Clinical Science

  
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    CLSC 7940 - Clinical Molecular Methods (3 Credit Hours)



    This course starts with a historical overview of some breakthrough discoveries that contributed to the establishment of molecular diagnostics. It focuses on molecular testing terminology and nucleic acids’ qualities that are important in designing molecular procedures. The course covers applications of molecular testing by focusing on nucleic acids’ target and signal amplification techniques currently approved by the FDA for infectious disease testing, including blood donor screening. The course also focuses on molecular testing in cancer, pharmacogenomics, and high-throughput technologies. The students will be expected to perform critical evaluations of clinical cases and/or scientific papers and additional advanced practice competencies in related content area.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CLSC6640 and CLSC6645
    Repeat Status: No
    College Restrictions: College of Allied Health Sci Program Restrictions: MHSCLS_CLS-Clinical Laboratory Science, MHS_CLS-Clinical Laboratory Science Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Directed Study (one-to-one), Asynchronous Instruction


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    CLSC 7945 - Clinical Molecular Methods Laboratory (2 Credit Hours)



    Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CLSC 7940. This course provides students with practical experience of various techniques used in the molecular biology laboratory with emphasis on nucleic acid isolation procedures, quantifications, PCR and gel electrophoresis. The focus is on quality control measures unique for the molecular laboratory and prescribed by the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute. The goal is to develop manual and analytical skills which will prepare the students for molecular analysis on clinical samples. The students will be expected to perform critical evaluations of clinical cases and/or scientific papers and additional advanced practice competencies in related content area.


    Lab Hours: 6

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No Co-Requisites: CLSC7940
    College Restrictions: College of Allied Health Sci Program Restrictions: MHSCLS_CLS-Clinical Laboratory Science, MHS_CLS-Clinical Laboratory Science Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester
    Schedule Type: Supervised Lab/Clinic, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CLSC 7990 - Clinical Molecular Methods Internship (4 Credit Hours)



    This course is an internship in a research and/or clinical environment where students further master their manual and analytical skills by performing molecular assays specific to the internship location with emphasis on understanding the underlying biochemical processes. The main focus is targeted on infectious disease testing of patients and/or blood donors, as well as cancer diagnosis and monitoring. The students will be expected to perform critical evaluations of clinical cases and/or scientific papers and additional advanced practice competencies in related content area.


    Other Contact Hours: 320

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CLSC7940 and CLSC7945
    Repeat Status: No
    College Restrictions: College of Allied Health Sci Program Restrictions: MHSCLS_CLS-Clinical Laboratory Science, MHS_CLS-Clinical Laboratory Science Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester
    Schedule Type: Asynchronous Instruction, Internship/Practicum


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Communication

  
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    COMM 1100 - Fundamentals of Human Communication (3 Credit Hours)



    An introduction to the practice of public communication with special emphasis on public speaking. Includes the historical roots of communication models, audience adaptation, systematic library research, preparation and delivery of presentations, and preparation and use of visual aids.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 1100H - Honors: Fundamentals of Human Communication (3 Credit Hours)



    An introduction to the practice of public communication with special emphasis on public speaking. Includes the historical roots of communication models, audience adaptation, systematic library research, preparation and delivery of presentations, and preparation and use of visual aids. This is an Honors Course.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture


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    COMM 1110 - Public Speaking (3 Credit Hours)



    An introduction to public speaking, including systematic library research, preparation, delivery, and evaluation of presentations, and preparation and use of visual aids.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 2000 - Writing for Communication Professionals (3 Credit Hours)



    The course introduces students to writing for the communications professions.Students develop writing and information acquisition skills required in the various communications professions (print, digital, etc.).


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (ENGL1101 >= C or ENGL1101H >= C or ENGL1113 >= C) and (ENGL1102 >= C or ENGL1102H >= C or ENGL1114 >= C) and (COMS1100 >= C or COMM1100 >= C or COMM1100H >= C or COMS1010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 2010 - Media Literacy (3 Credit Hours)



    A study of communication media in the United States. Students learn basic media concepts and how media influence and/or reflect cultural processes and products, social institutions, and human experience.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (COMM1100 >= C or COMM1100H >= C or COMS1100 >= C or COMS1010 >= C or COMS1020 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 2020 - Introduction to Research (3 Credit Hours)



    An introduction to qualitative and quantitative methods of research in communication.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (COMM1100 >= C or COMM1100H >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture


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    COMM 2101 - Theatre Performance Practicum (1 TO 2 Credit Hours)



    Participation as an actor in a university Theater production. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor.


    Lab Hours: 1 TO 2

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Internship/Practicum


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    COMM 2102 - Theatre Production Practicum (1 TO 2 Credit Hours)



    Participation as a crew member or shopworker in a university Theater production. May be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor.


    Lab Hours: 1 TO 2

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Internship/Practicum


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    COMM 2200 - Introduction to Theatre (3 Credit Hours)



    This course examines theatre as a unique form of artistic expression of human experiences and values. It provides a survey of constituent elements of theatrical works. Attendance at live theatre productions required.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 2300 - Acting I (3 Credit Hours)



    An introduction to the craft of the actor, including training in voice, movement, emotional sensitivity, improvisation, and scene study.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3000 - Theoretical Perspectives (3 Credit Hours)



    This course provides an overview of theories and key concepts in the comminucation discipline, and their relation to understanding human culture.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2020 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture


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    COMM 3010 - Advanced Public Speaking (3 Credit Hours)



    This course provides further development of skills learned in the COMM 1100 course, including speech research, writing, and delivery, and additional development of skills for speaking in group formats.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (COMM1100 >= C or COMM1100H >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3020 - Advanced Media Writing (3 Credit Hours)



    This course covers news gathering and disseminating content across platforms, including social media. The aim is to create publishable content in print and digital environments.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2000 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3030 - Audiovisual Media Production (3 Credit Hours)



    This course covers the practical skills and associated technologies used in producing audiovisual media.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM 2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3040 - Interpersonal Communication (3 Credit Hours)



    This course addresses the theories and practice of interpersonal communication. Topics to be explored include family communication, friendship communication, communication in romantic relationships, and conflict in interpersonal relationships.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2020 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3050 - Film History (3 Credit Hours)



    This course surveys the development and influence of lankmark films and filmmakers form the early silent era to the present day.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3060 - History of Mass Media (3 Credit Hours)



    This course examines the development of American mass media and related industries and practices from colonial times to the present.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3070 - Film Appreciation (3 Credit Hours)



    This course focuses on aesthetic understanding of the motion picture. Topics covered may include mise en scene, cinematography, editing, acting, and story.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3100 - Communications for Professionals (3 Credit Hours)



    A skill-building course in various forms of professional oral and written communication. Included are business memo and letter writing, short report writing, informal and formal oral presentations, and the use of modern technology to improve written and oral presentations. Students will learn and demonstrate skills in organizing, writing, and presenting factual, promotional, attitudinal, and technical materials for various audiences. Technology will include current library research methods for business, presentation software, and communication media.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Accounting, Business Administration, Cybersecurity, Chemistry (BS), Communication, Finance, Information Technology, Management, Management Info Systems, Marketing Level Restrictions: Junior Standing, Senior Standing
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3120 - Television Production (3 Credit Hours)



    This course is intended to help students develop familiarity with studio and program production covering single and multi-camera approaches.


    Lecture Hours: 4 Lab Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture/Supervised Lab/Clinic, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3150 - History of Performance (3 Credit Hours)



    This course provides a survey of a particular era or event in theatre and/or performance history.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2000 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3170 - Small Group Communication (3 Credit Hours)



    This course covers the concepts of group dynamics and interpersonal communicative behavior including group interaction; member characteristics that influence groups; the effects of the environment, group size, and structure; leadership and social influence; communication process; and conflict resolution and decision making. As a result of taking this course students will be able to evaluate small group decision making, interaction, process, and effectiveness.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2000 >= C OR COMM2010 >= C OR COMM2020 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture


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    COMM 3180 - Television History (3 Credit Hours)



    This course surveys the development and influence of the television medium from its begining in the late 1940s to the present day.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3200 - Rhetoric and Popular Culture (3 Credit Hours)



    This course explores the relationship between U.S. culture and popular media. Students will learn to apply rhetorical and critical methods of analysis to language, visual images, and other forms of symbolic communication.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (COMM2010 >= C or COMM2020 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3220 - Public Relations Writing (3 Credit Hours)



    Study of various forms of public relations writing used in both corporate and non-profit settings.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM 3600 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3240 - Screenwriting (3 Credit Hours)



    This course examines the craft and development of short-form and/or feature-length screenplays.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2000 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3250 - Persuasion (3 Credit Hours)



    This course explores how communication influences perceptions, thoughts, and actions. Students learn the skills necessary to critically analyze persuasive communication in various contexts, including speeches, advertising, and popular culture.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2020 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3300 - Introduction to Visual Communication (3 Credit Hours)



    Students will learn the basics of communicating visually. They will learn how to use form, color, shape, etc., to enhance written messages. They will learn the software and the basic techniques used to create common communications media such fliers, brochures, magazines, annual reports, etc. They will learn how to create these media both in print and in online formats. They will also learn the software and basic techniques for image processing. Emphasis will be placed on the legalities of obtaining images from online sites.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3320 - Digital Editing (3 Credit Hours)



    This course examines the theory and application of nonlinear video and audio editing.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM3030 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3400 - Voice and Movement (3 Credit Hours)



    This course helps students to develop fundamentals of voice and movement in performance, including breathing, kinesthetic awareness, vocal placement and resonance, physical performance, and integration of vocal and physical elements of performance.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (COMM1100 >= C or COMM1100H >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3430 - Cinematography (3 Credit Hours)



    This course provides an overview of the art and craft of motion pictue photography. Students will learn cinematographers’ essential principles, tools, practices, and protocols, and how choices in their application affect creative outcomes, in a hands-on environment.


    Lecture Hours: 4 Lab Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture/Supervised Lab/Clinic, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3450 - Acting II (3 Credit Hours)



    A continuation of COMM 2300. A study of text and subtext, the course will concentrate on scene study and character analysis.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2300 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3500 - Intercultural Communication (3 Credit Hours)



    This course explores intercultural theories and research and examines the interactions of members of various cultures. Barriers to effective intercultural communication will be examined, as will methods of improving intercultural communication.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C or COMM2020 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3520 - Special Effects (3 Credit Hours)



    This course demonstrates and explains composition, animation, and manipulation of images and other elements in moving image production.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3600 - Public Relations Practices (3 Credit Hours)



    This course examines common practices in the field of public relations, including study of the publics served and an evaluation of the effectiveness of public relations campaigns with emphasis on image building.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2000 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3620 - Writing for the Theatre (3 Credit Hours)



    A workshop int he writing of one-act and full-length plays. Topics include dramatic theory, plot structure, character, dialogue, naturalism, symbolism, theme, production problems, and manuscript format. Students will write a one-act play or a short screen play.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2000 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3650 - Health Communication (3 Credit Hours)



    This course surveys the field of health communication, including rational communication in healthcare settings, the role of technology, message and campaign design, and how effective communication can promote wellness for individuals and society.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (COMM2000 >= C or COMM2020 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3700 - Directing for the Stage (3 Credit Hours)



    This course explores the theory and practice of directing diverse texts for the stage.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2300 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3750 - Scenography (3 Credit Hours)



    This course introduces students to the theoretical, practical, and technical elements, in the creation and execution of the theatrical stage production.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 3900 - Junior Seminar in Communications (3 Credit Hours)



    This course is a seminar-style exploration of a specific area of scholarly inquiry in the communication discipline. In this undergraduate research course, students will ne expected to develop original work for presentation on- or off-campus, in a conference, colloquium, or similar professional venue.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM3000 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture


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    COMM 4000 - Communication Law and Ethics (3 Credit Hours)



    Introduction to the study of First Amendment law and its associated areas that are relevant to communications professionals, including public relations, advertising, broadcasting, freedom of information, libel, privacy, and intellectual property. Consideration is also given to ethical concerns arising within these areas.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Level Restrictions: Senior Standing
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 4010 - Performance for the Camera (3 Credit Hours)



    This course devlops the skills needed for effective on-camera performance, including interviewing, television anchoring, and film and television acting.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (COMM2300 >= C or COMM3010 >= C or COMM3030 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 4020 - In-Depth Reporting (3 Credit Hours)



    This course covers in-depth news gathering and writing with an emphasis on reporting on major issues, using a full range of platforms.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM3020 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 4120 - Gender and Communication (3 Credit Hours)



    This course explores gendered communication patterns in a variety of contexts and examines how communication creates and reinforces gender. Theories that explain how culture shapes gendered communication and how gendered communication shapes culture will be examined.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (COMM3000 >= C or COMM3040 >= C or WGST1101 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 4150 - Performance Studies (3 Credit Hours)



    This course examines performance as a way of knowing and understanding the workd and as a critical tool for engaging, analysing, and creating aesthetic texts.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM3010 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 4300 - Visual Storytelling (3 Credit Hours)



    This course provides advanced work in visual communication. Students will learn to use images to tell stories in non-text-based-forms, such as infographics, photo essays, data visualization, and moving images.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM3030 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 4320 - Public Relations and Social Media Campaigns (3 Credit Hours)



    Public relations practitioners have to be versatile communicators today who are masters of all forms of interpersonal and media communication methods and media. Students in this class will hone their strategic thinking skills, media content preparation and distribution skills, theoretical knowledge of public relations, and research skills. They will learn how to prepare messages for diverse audiences that can be used across multiple media platforms - both legacy media and social media. Students will learn the techniques PR people use to advocate on behalf of and to solve the problems of their clients. The course will focus on strategic planning messages, audience targeting and analysis, and budgeting via hand-on projects. 


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (COMM 2010 >= C and COMM 2000 >= C and COMM 3600 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture


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    COMM 4400 - Media Editing and Production (3 Credit Hours)



    This course provides skills development in media strategy, leadership, team building, planning, editing, and promoting media organizations and products.


    Lecture Hours: 4

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM3020 >= C OR COMM3030 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Class Restrictions: Junior-Semester, Senior-Semester
    Schedule Type: Seminar - Small Group


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    COMM 4450 - Performance Theory and Practice (3 Credit Hours)



    Advanced study of selected theatre and performance theories and methods.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM4150 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 4950 - Advanced Special Topics in Communications (3 Credit Hours)



    Advanced study of various topics in communications.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2000 >= C and COMM2010 >= C and COMM2020 >= C
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    COMM 4960 - Professional Internship (3 Credit Hours)



    This course provides additional preprofessional training in a professional workplace and the chance to apply formal education to a real-world experience. Students will apply skills and concepts, clarify career goals, and benefit from professional networking.


    Other Contact Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM3000 >= C and COMM3010 >= C and COMM3020 >= C and (COMM3030 >= C or COMM3300 >= C)
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1
    Schedule Type: Internship/Practicum


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    COMM 4970 - Capstone (3 Credit Hours)



    This course represents a capstone experience, and should be taken during the student’s final semester. Students will produce a professional portfolio to include edited and revised work form Keystone and major elective courses. Relevant skills include print and digital journalism and public relations, and audiovisual media. 


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM 3000 >= C and COMM 3010 >= C and COMM 3020 >= C and COMM 3030 >= C and COMM 3600 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Level Restrictions: Senior Standing
    Schedule Type: Lecture/Supervised Lab/Clinic


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    COMM 4990 - Undergraduate Student Research (3 Credit Hours)



    This course provides an undergraduate experience in communication research. Focus is split among scholarly creative work, professional research, and academic research. Students will develop a research project appropriate for presentation or exhibition in an academic or professional venue.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: COMM2000 >= C and COMM2010 >= C and COMM2020 >= C and COMM3000 >= C
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1
    Schedule Type: Directed Study (one-to-one)


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Communication Studies

  
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    COMS 1100 - Fundamentals of Human Communication (3 Credit Hours)



    An introduction to the practice of public communication with special emphasis on public speaking. Includes the historical roots of communication models, audience adaptation, systematic library research, preparation and delivery of presentations, and preparation and use of visual aids.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture


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Community Oral Health Promo

  
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    COHP 5001 - Community Oral Health Promotion (1 Credit Hour)



    This course is designed to provide all entering first year dental students with the introduction and overview of basic concepts in health promotion and community health. A philosophy of wellness emphasizes health promotion and disease prevention as an integral component of dental practice. Twelve hours of lecture as well as 2 hours of seminar and 2 hours of community service activities are provided so that students will gain the necessary knowledge and skill regarding the philosophy, modalities, rationale, and evaluation of oral health promotion and disease prevention activities in community and public health.


    Lecture Hours: 1 Other Contact Hours: 1

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Program Restrictions: DMD_DENT-Dentistry
    Schedule Type: Lecture/Supervised Lab/Clinic


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Complete Dentures

  
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    CDPR 5001 - Preclinical Completed Dentures (1 TO 6 Credit Hours)



    Lecture and laboratory sessions on the philosophy and technique in the fabrication of complete dentures are presented. Material includes, oral examinations, preliminary and final impressions, maxillomandibular records, denture tooth selection, factors and philosophies of denture occlusion, setting teeth in a non-balanced and a balanced lingualized occlusion, verifying maxillomandibular records, denture processing, correction of processing errors, completion and insertion of complete dentures and effective cusp angles.


    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 1 Lab Hours: 0 TO 4

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia
    Schedule Type: Lecture/Supervised Lab/Clinic


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Comprehensive Care

  
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    CMPC 5701 - Comprehensive Care (5 TO 19 Credit Hours)



    The course is designed to equip the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver comprehensive care and be competent in all aspects of general dentistry. It is intended to allow the student the opportunity to complete the needed experiences in order to challenge competency examinations which assess the ability o the student to make independent clinical decisions.


    Other Contact Hours: 28

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Continuing Progress Courses
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Advanced Standing DMD
    Schedule Type: Supervised Lab/Clinic


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    CMPC 5702 - Comprehensive Care (15 Credit Hours)



    The course is designed to equip the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver comprehensive care and be competent in all aspects of general dentistry. It is intended to allow the student the opportunity to complete the needed experiences in order to challenge competency examinations which assess the ability o the student to make independent clinical decisions.


    Other Contact Hours: 30

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Advanced Standing DMD
    Schedule Type: Supervised Lab/Clinic


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    CMPC 5901 - Comprehensive Care (5 TO 17 Credit Hours)



    The course is designed to equip the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver comprehensive care and be competent in all aspects of general dentistry. It is intended to allow the student the opportunity to complete the needed experiences in order to challenge competency examinations which assess the ability o the student to make independent clinical decisions.


    Other Contact Hours: 21

    Grade Mode: Normal, Continuing Progress Courses, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia
    Schedule Type: Supervised Lab/Clinic


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    CMPC 5902 - Comprehensive Care (13 Credit Hours)



    The course is designed to equip the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver comprehensive care and be competent in all aspects of general dentistry. It is intended to allow the student the opportunity to complete the needed experiences in order to challenge competency examinations which assess the ability o the student to make independent clinical decisions.


    Other Contact Hours: 20

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia
    Schedule Type: Supervised Lab/Clinic


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Computer Science

  
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    CSCI 1200 - Introduction to Computers and Programming (3 Credit Hours)



    This course emphasizes analytical thinking and teaches problem solving through an introduction to basic programming structures. It covers design of well-structured algorithms using appropriate logic structures with simple data types and data structures. STEM GPA Eligible Course


    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 2

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture/Supervised Lab/Clinic, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 1210 - Introduction to Java Programming (3 Credit Hours)



    An introduction to the basic concepts, logic, and syntax of the Java programming language. The use of elementary programming techniques and algorithms is presented. Topics include: arithmetic operations, input/output, data types, variables, selection and control statements, applications, applets, and event-driven programming. STEM GPA Eligible Course


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (MATH1101 >= D or MATH1111 >= D or MATH1113 >= D or MATH1001 >= D)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 1301 - Principles of Computer Programming I (4 Credit Hours)



    A rigorous study of the principles of computer programming with emphasis on problem solving methods which result in correct, well-structured programs. Other topics: an introduction to data representation, data types and control structures, functions, and structured data types. STEM GPA Eligible Course


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 2

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (MATH1101 >= C or MATH1111 >= C or MATH1113 >= C or MATH1220 >= C or MATH2011 >= C or MATH1001 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture/Supervised Lab/Clinic, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 1302 - Principles of Computer Programming II (3 Credit Hours)



    A continuation of problem solving methods and algorithm development. Topics include data structures and their implementation, algorithm development and programming. The emphasis is on program development and style. STEM GPA Eligible Course


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (CSCI1301 >= C or CSCI2060 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 2120 - Introduction to C# Programming (3 Credit Hours)



    This course introduces the fundamental principles of object-oriented programming using C#. The focus is on applications development using object-oriented design and implementation techniques. Topics include: objects, classes, inheritance, interfaces, GUI components, layout managers, events, multimedia, exception handling, and I/O files. STEM GPA Eligible Course


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (MATH1111 >= D or MATH1113 >= D)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 2320 - Introduction to Computer Networking (3 Credit Hours)



    Introduces networking technology to include networking standards, networking media, networking hardware, access methods, network operating systems, TCP/IP basics, network security and the fundamentals of local area network and wide area network technologies. Credit not allowed for both CSCI 2320 & MINF 3614. STEM GPA Eligible Course



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    CSCI 2330 - System Administration (3 Credit Hours)



    A basic study of the UNIX operating system geared towards the operating system user, future system administrator, and security officer. Topics include listing, finding, displaying and printing files; system security; command-line editing; handling backups, system resources, and file permissions; script programming; and other administrative tasks. STEM GPA Eligible Course



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    CSCI 2700 - Ethics in Computer Science (2 Credit Hours)



    A study of the ethical, social and legal impacts of computers and their applications. Specific attention will be paid to professional responsibility, issues of privacy, property rights, legal issues and real risks. Corequisite: CSCI 1301. STEM GPA Eligible Course


    Lecture Hours: 2

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI1301 >= D
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 2950 - Selected Topics (1 TO 3 Credit Hours)



    Modern concepts in special areas of computer science. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor.


    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 2980 - Applications Seminar (1 Credit Hour)



    Study and analysis of current computer applications, current computer hardware and computer‑related careers. Corequisite: CSCI 1301 or CSCI 2060.


    Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (CSCI1301 or CSCI2060)
    Repeat Status: No Co-Requisites: CSCI2301
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3030 - Mathematical Structures for Computer Science (3 Credit Hours)



    The course prepares Computer Science majors for advanced study by emphasizing components of Discrete Mathematics related to Computer Science. The topics include sets, functions and relations, logic, Boolean algebra, graph theory, proof techniques and matrices. Examples will emphasize Computer Science applications.


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (MATH2011 >= C or MATH1220 >= C) and CSCI1301 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3170 - Computer Organization (3 Credit Hours)



    A study of logic circuits and computer organization. Topics include Boolean algebra representation and minimization, logic gates, the design and analysis of combinational and sequential circuits, and registers, ALU and data paths.


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI1302 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3271 - Operating System (3 Credit Hours)



    A study of computer operating systems and related computer architecture topics. Topics include process management, scheduling, synchronization, deadlock, memory management, virtual memory, disk management, file systems, I/O and protection.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI3400 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology Program Restrictions: 1BS-CBSC-BS-Cybersecurity, 1BS-CYBE-BS-Cybersecurity Eng, 1BS-CYOP-BS-Cyber Operations
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3300 - Programming Languages Concepts (3 Credit Hours)



    This course is centered around the concepts of the design and advanced features of programming languages. The differences between functional, imperative, and object-oriented programming will be discussed. Syntax specification, program evaluation, typing, abstract data types, and recursion will be discussed.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (CSCI3030 >= C and CSCI3400 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology Program Restrictions: 1BS-CBSC-BS-Cybersecurity, 1BS-CYBE-BS-Cybersecurity Eng, 1BS-CYOP-BS-Cyber Operations
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3370 - Assembly Language Programming (3 Credit Hours)



    A study of the fundamentals of assembly language programming concepts and techniques. Topics include the representation of instructions and data, the use of registers, the stack, and addressing techniques. In addition, translating high-level programming statements into well-structured assembly code is studied.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI1302 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology Program Restrictions: 1BS-CBSC-BS-Cybersecurity, 1BS-CYBE-BS-Cybersecurity Eng, 1BS-CYOP-BS-Cyber Operations
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3400 - Data Structures (3 Credit Hours)



    A study of the techniques for representation and manipulation of structured data within a digital computer. Programming assignments illustrating a variety of data structures.


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI1302 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology Program Restrictions: 1BS-CBSC-BS-Cybersecurity, 1BS-CYBE-BS-Cybersecurity Eng, 1BS-CYOP-BS-Cyber Operations
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3410 - Database Systems (3 Credit Hours)



    This course offers an introduction to database systems as a key concept in information management. The course covers logical and physical database organization, data models, file structures, indexing, hashing, query optimization, and design issues. This course will cover the design and implementation of databases.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI3400 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology Program Restrictions: 1BS-CBSC-BS-Cybersecurity, 1BS-CYBE-BS-Cybersecurity Eng, 1BS-CYOP-BS-Cyber Operations
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3420 - Distributed and Mobile Systems (3 Credit Hours)



    This course covers the fundamentals of distributed computing and mobile systems including techniques for creating distributed and mobile applications.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI3271 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3430 - Artificial Intelligence (3 Credit Hours)



    This course covers the fundamentals of heuristic problem solving using search techniques, genetic algorithms, knowledge representation, and expert systems.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI3400 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3500 - Theory of Computation (3 Credit Hours)



    A study of the major theoretical topics needed for a well-rounded knowledge of computer science. These will include automata, formal languages, asymptotic, NP-completeness, formal verification and the design of algorithms.


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI3030 >= C and CSCI3400 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology Program Restrictions: 1BS-CBSC-BS-Cybersecurity, 1BS-CYBE-BS-Cybersecurity Eng, 1BS-CYOP-BS-Cyber Operations
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 3600 - Internet Programming (3 Credit Hours)



    This is an advanced course in Internet programming for real-world business applications. The focus is on the complete application development cycle including analysis and design, implementation, verification, and demonstration/support. Course topics include multi-tier application design, network programming, XML, web server and client programming, JavaScript, AJAX, and web services.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (CSCI1301 >= C) and (CSCI3410 >= C or AIST3410 >= C) and (AIST2220 >= C or MINF3618 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology Program Restrictions: 1BS-CBSC-BS-Cybersecurity, 1BS-CYBE-BS-Cybersecurity Eng, 1BS-CYOP-BS-Cyber Operations
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 4531 - Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering (3 Credit Hours)



    Introduces malware analysis and reverse engineering techniques. Course provides in-depth coverage of the malware types, techniques, and capabilities. Popular diagnostic tools are used to analyze malware, observe malware in action, and to understand how the malware works.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI3370 >= C and CSCI3520 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 4532 - Hardware and Embedded Systems (3 Credit Hours)



    This course explores microcontroller design, embedded systems, and programmable logic devices (FPGAs). Hardware reverse engineering is introduced. Industrial Control Systems are examined as an implementation of embedded systems. There is a lab component to the course.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (CSCI3170 >= C or PHYS3012 >= C)
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 4711 - Software Engineering (3 Credit Hours)



    The software development process is examined. Current tools and techniques of software system analysis, design, implementation, and maintenance are presented in conjunction with case studies and team-oriented projects. Topics include process modeling, logic modeling, object-oriented modeling, UML, software metrics, prototyping, and software security.


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI3410 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science Program Restrictions: 1BS-CYOP-BS-Cyber Operations
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 4712 - Senior Capstone Project (3 Credit Hours)



    An individual or group project in the application of computer science. Emphasis is on the production of real-world software systems and may be conducted in cooperation with an external organization such as a commercial company or public agency.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI4711 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science Program Restrictions: 1BS-CYOP-BS-Cyber Operations Class Restrictions: Senior-Semester
    Schedule Type: Lecture/Supervised Lab/Clinic, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 4800 - Compiler Writing (3 Credit Hours)



    An examination of compiler techniques used in generating machine code. Topics covered include scanning and parsing, code generating, optimization and error recovery. Programming projects in compiler construction.


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: (CSCI3500 >= C or CSCI341 >= C) and CSCI3370 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 4820 - Computer Graphics (3 Credit Hours)



    An examination of the hardware and software components of graphics systems and their applications. Programming assignments to illustrate the creation and manipulation of graphic displays using a simple graphics package.


    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Prerequisites: CSCI1302 >= C
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Computer Science, Information Technology
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 4950 - Selected Topics (1 TO 3 Credit Hours)



    Modern concepts in special areas of computer science. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor and approval by Computer Science Curriculum Committee.


    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 4960 - Undergraduate Internship (1 TO 5 Credit Hours)



    An internship in a service-learning experience based in an institution or agency, emphasizing the completion of a specific task and the acquisition of specific knowledge and skills under the supervision of the university and the cooperating institution or agency. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Department Chair.


    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Asynchronous Instruction, Internship/Practicum


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    CSCI 4980 - Computer Science Seminar (1 TO 2 Credit Hours)



    To expose the students to current areas of computer research and advanced topics in computer science, such as artificial intelligence, nonprocedural languages, CASE tools and software engineering, parallel computing, computer modeling and expert systems. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor.


    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 2

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 4990 - Undergraduate Research (1 TO 3 Credit Hours)



    Individual research in computer science. A minimum of three hours per week for each semester hour credit. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Department Chair.


    Lecture Hours: 0 Lab Hours: 0

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Independent Study, Asynchronous Instruction


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    CSCI 6950 - Selected Topics (1 TO 3 Credit Hours)



    A variable content course intended to meet the needs and interests of graduate students in selected areas of computer science. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Department Chair and Instructor.


    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Asynchronous Instruction


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Cooperative Education

  
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    COOP 2000 - Alternating Cooperative Education (0 Credit Hours)



    The student participates in a Co-op work experience related to his or her field of study and alternates between semesters of full-time work and enrollment in school full-time. Registration for this course during work semesters is equivalent to full-time student status. Alternating positions require a minimum of two work terms. Prerequisite(s): Minimum overall GPA (cumulative or adjusted) of 2.5, a declared major, with at least 24 semester hours complete toward a baccalaureate degree or one full semester (9 hours) toward a master’s degree or post-baccalaureate work. Approval from the Career Services Office.


    Grade Mode: Normal
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Directed Study (one-to-one)


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    COOP 2001 - Parallel Cooperative Education (0 Credit Hours)



    A part-time, on-going work plan directly related to the student’s field of study. Students must work a minimum of fifteen hours per week while continuing enrollment in school. The student can only maintain full-time academic status by being enrolled as a full-time student concurrent with their work plan. Prerequisite(s): Minimum overall GPA (cumulative or adjusted) of 2.5, a declared major, with at least 24 semester hours complete toward a baccalaureate degree or one full semester (9 hours) toward a master’s degree or post-baccalaureate work. Minimum of two terms of work experience and approval from the Career Services Office.


    Grade Mode: Normal
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Directed Study (one-to-one)


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    COOP 2002 - Cooperative Internship (0 Credit Hours)



    A one semester, non-credit, paid work experience related to the student’s field of study. The number of work hours is determined by the student’s individual academic needs and the agency’s needs. This course number is not used if the student is enrolled in an internship for credit with an academic department. Registration for this course is equivalent to full-time student status only if the internship is full-time and the student is not enrolled for course work concurrently during this period. Prerequisite(s): Minimum overall GPA (cumulative or adjusted) of 2.5, a declared major, with at least 24 semester hours complete toward a baccalaureate degree or one full semester (9 hours) toward a master’s degree or post-baccalaureate work. Minimum of one term of work experience and approval from the Career Services Office.


    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99
    Schedule Type: Directed Study (one-to-one)


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Counseling

  
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    COUN 3660 - Helping Skills for Personal and Professional Environments (3 Credit Hours)



    An introduction to basic helping skills and their practical applications in a variety of personal and career settings. Students will learn and practice various helping techniques as well as how to apply these skills in work or personal environments.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Schedule Type: Lecture


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    COUN 6620 - Human Growth and Development for Counselors (3 Credit Hours)



    The course is designed to broaden understanding of human growth and development across the life span with emphasis on the interwoven domains of development (physical, cognitive, social, and emotional) and the contextual factors influencing each. Theoretical, practical, and research perspectives will be examined as they apply to the profession of counseling.


    Lecture Hours: 3

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
    Repeat Status: No
    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Master of Education
    Schedule Type: Lecture, Lecture/Supervised Lab/Clinic, Lecture/Unsupervi Lab/Clinic, Seminar - Small Group, Supervised Lab/Clinic, Unsupervised Lab/Clinic, Independent Study, Directed Study (one-to-one), Asynchronous Instruction, Practice Teaching, Internship/Practicum, Thesis, Dissertation


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