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  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 The department offers selected courses from this catalog as warranted by student needs and availability of faculty. Specific offerings for each term may be found in the Schedule of Classes.
 

Follow this link for the General Education Requirements  

 

Cinema

   •  CIN 3200 - History of Film: The Silent Era
   •  CIN 3210 - History of Film: The Sound Era to 1958
   •  CIN 3220 - History of Film: The New Wave and Beyond
   •  CIN 3230 - History of Film: Into the 21st Century
   •  CIN 3300 - Studies in Documentary Film
   •  CIN 3310 - Experimental and Avant-Garde Film
   •  CIN 3320 - National Cinemas and Film Cultures
   •  CIN 3330 - Understanding Media Industries
   •  CIN 3610 - Documentary Filmmaking
   •  CIN 3620 - Narrative Filmmaking
   •  CIN 3630 - Experimental Filmmaking
   •  CIN 3900 - Topics in Film History, Industry, and Technology
   •  CIN 3901 - Topics in Film Genres
   •  CIN 3902 - Topics in Film Authors, Authorship, and Aesthetics
   •  CIN 3905 - Topics in Film
   •  CIN 3906 - Topics in Filmmaking
   •  CIN 4900 - Advanced Topics in Film
   •  CIN 4901 - Advanced Topics in Film Theory
   •  CIN 4930 - Field Internship in Cinema Studies
   •  CIN 4996 - Independent Study
   •  CIN 4999 - Filmmaking Thesis

Communication

   •  COM 1000 - Introduction to Communication Studies
   •  COM 1100 - Collegiate Communication
   •  COM 1500 - Introduction to American Sign Language
   •  COM 1501 - American Sign Language
   •  COM 2000 - Public Speaking
   •  COM 2001 - Professional Communication
   •  COM 2200 - Rhetoric and Public Culture
   •  COM 2201 - Argumentation and Debate
   •  COM 2202 - Persuasion and Social Change
   •  COM 2403 - Group Dynamics and Communication
   •  COM 2500 - American Sign Language III
   •  COM 2501 - American Sign Language IV
   •  COM 2600 - Media and Social Identity
   •  COM 2650 - Introduction to Media Communication
   •  COM 2654 - Audio Production
   •  COM 2655 - Intro to Live TV Production
   •  COM 2656 - Introduction to Digital Media Production
   •  COM 2702 - Performance Communication
   •  COM 3000 - Relational Communication Theory
   •  COM 3002 - Cultural Theory in Communication
   •  COM 3003 - Media and Mass Communication Theory
   •  COM 3080 - Competitive Speaking
   •  COM 3200 - Persuasion
   •  COM 3201 - Rhetorical Theory
   •  COM 3300 - Multicultural Communication
   •  COM 3301 - Race and Communication
   •  COM 3400 - Relational Communication
   •  COM 3401 - Communication in Organizations
   •  COM 3402 - Communication in Leadership
   •  COM 3403 - Interpersonal Conflict
   •  COM 3404 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  COM 3405 - Gender Communication
   •  COM 3406 - Listening in Communication
   •  COM 3601 - Communication, Mobile Media, and the Internet
   •  COM 3602 - Popular Media in the Age of Convergence
   •  COM 3603 - Critical Approaches to Popular Music
   •  COM 3604 - Forms and Effects of Mass Communication
   •  COM 3605 - Understanding Media Industries
   •  COM 3606 - Media, Gender and Sexuality
   •  COM 3607 - Rise of Electronic Media
   •  COM 3650 - Advanced Audio Production
   •  COM 3900 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  COM 4200 - Rhetorical Criticism in Communication
   •  COM 4201 - Discourse Theory
   •  COM 4203 - Women, Power, and Persuasion
   •  COM 4300 - Hip-Hop, Race and the City
   •  COM 4301 - Cultural Studies in Communication
   •  COM 4302 - Communication, Culture, and Ecology
   •  COM 4400 - Advanced Relational Communication
   •  COM 4401 - Family Communication
   •  COM 4403 - Advanced Nonverbal Communication
   •  COM 4499 - The Dark Side of Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 4600 - Media Criticism
   •  COM 4601 - Theory and Practice of Media Literacy Outreach
   •  COM 4602 - Sexuality and Communication
   •  COM 4656 - Advanced Digital Media Production
   •  COM 4702 - Advanced Performance Communication
   •  COM 4900 - Special Topics Seminar
   •  COM 4901 - Senior Research Seminar
   •  COM 4930 - Community Field Experience
   •  COM 4950 - Internship
   •  COM 4995 - Research Apprenticeship in Communication
   •  COM 4996 - Independent Study
   •  COM 4997 - College Teaching Apprenticeship

Computer Science and Informatics

   •  CSI 1100 - Computer Literacy
   •  CSI 1200 - Introduction to Computing and Programming using Excel
   •  CSI 1220 - Computer Animation
   •  CSI 1300 - Introduction to Computer Programming
   •  CSI 1310 - Computer Programming
   •  CSI 1420 - Introduction to C Programming and Unix
   •  CSI 2290 - Introduction to Data Structures in C
   •  CSI 2300 - Object-Oriented Computing
   •  CSI 2310 - Data Structures
   •  CSI 2320 - C++ for Programmers
   •  CSI 2330 - Immersive Python
   •  CSI 2340 - Ruby for Web Developers
   •  CSI 2350 - Programming in Visual C# for .NET Technology
   •  CSI 2360 - Embedded C Language
   •  CSI 2440 - Computer Systems
 

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