Dec 15, 2018  
2018 Undergraduate Catalog 1.2 (SUMMER - FALL) 
    
2018 Undergraduate Catalog 1.2 (SUMMER - FALL)

Course Descriptions


The figure in parentheses following the title of the course indicates the number of credit hours for that course. Courses with variable credit are shown with the range of credit available, for example (1 to 6).

The College reserves the right to cancel any course if enrollment does not warrant its continuance, and make changes in the curriculum at any time.

Please consult your adviser for any prerequisites.

Attention: For classes offered each semester please visit the Class Schedule. Questions regarding specific class offerings should be directed to the associated school office. 
 

Criminal Justice

   •  CRJ 351 - International Criminal Justice: Issues and Comparisons (3)
   •  CRJ 353 - Fraud Prevention Techniques (3)
   •  CRJ 354 - Payment Systems and Fraud (3)
   •  CRJ 358 - Introduction to Intelligence Studies (3)
   •  CRJ 365 - Advanced Issues in Economic Crime (3)
   •  CRJ 377 - Comparative Criminal Justice: Study Abroad (3)
   •  CRJ 382 - Administrative Issues in Criminal Justice (3)
   •  CRJ 384 - Data Analysis in Criminal Justice (3)
   •  CRJ 421 - Advanced Issues in Criminal Justice (3)
   •  CRJ 423 - Evidence-based Crime Policy (3)
   •  CRJ 435 - Computer Forensics (3)
   •  CRJ 441 - Applied Legal Research and Communication (3)
   •  CRJ 444 - Fraud and Compliance Operations (3)
   •  CRJ 461 - Proseminar in Justice Studies (3)
   •  CRJ 470 - Criminal Justice - Internship (6 to 15)
   •  CRJ 475 - Senior Project (3 to 6)
   •  CRJ 490 - Independent Study (1 to 6)

Cybersecurity

   •  CYB 107 - Computer Hardware and Peripherals (3)
   •  CYB 205 - Software Foundations for Cybersecurity (3)
   •  CYB 228 - Cyber Technology for Criminal Justice (3)
   •  CYB 333 - Information Security (3)
   •  CYB 337 - Computer Network Investigations (3)
   •  CYB 338 - Applied Cryptography (3)
   •  CYB 339 - Cyber Operations Tools (3)
   •  CYB 348 - Information Assurance Risk and Compliance (3)
   •  CYB 355 - Cybercrime Investigations and Forensics I (3)
   •  CYB 356 - Cybercrime Investigations and Forensics II (3)
   •  CYB 362 - Information System Threats, Attacks, and Defense (3)
   •  CYB 438 - System Vulnerability Assessment (3)
   •  CYB 439 - Introduction to Malware Analysis (3)
   •  CYB 455 - Cybercrime Investigations and Forensics III (3)
   •  CYB 457 - Network Forensics (3)
   •  CYB 505 - Foundations of Computing for Cybersecurity (3)

Economic Crime Management

   •  FCM 535 - Legal and Regulatory Issues for Fraud Management (3)

Economics

   •  ECN 131 - Principles of Microeconomics (3)
   •  ECN 141 - Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
   •  ECN 241 - Statistics (3)
   •  ECN 300 - Select Topics: Economics (3)
   •  ECN 331 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3)
   •  ECN 332 - Managerial Economics (3)
   •  ECN 341 - Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (3)
   •  ECN 343 - Money and Banking (3)
   •  ECN 344 - Labor Problems (3)
   •  ECN 345 - History of Economic Thought (3)
   •  ECN 346 - Government and Economic Life (3)
   •  ECN 349 - Urban Economics (3)
   •  ECN 375 - Health Economics (3)
   •  ECN 401 - The Economics of Competitive Strategy (3)
   •  ECN 442 - Public Finance (3)
   •  ECN 443 - International Trade (3)
   •  ECN 445 - Environmental Economics (3)
   •  ECN 447 - Comparative Economic Systems (3)
   •  ECN 448 - Business and Econ Forecasting (3)
   •  ECN 449 - Foreign Trade Management (3)
   •  ECN 470 - Economics - Internship (3 to 12)
   •  ECN 474 - Economics Research Proposal (1)
   •  ECN 475 - Research Project in Economics (3)
   •  ECN 490 - Independent Study (3)
   •  ECN 511 - Economic Analysis of Public Policy Issues (3)
   •  ECN 535 - The Economics of Health and Health Care Policy (3)
   •  ECN 565 - Economics of Global Economy (3)
   •  ECN 575 - Behavioral Economics (3)

Education

   •  EDU 111 - Introduction to Teaching (1)
   •  EDU 201 - Applied Educational Psychology (3)
   •  EDU 215 - Diversity, Disabilities, and Success (3)
   •  EDU 218 - Curriculum and Instruction (3)
   •  EDU 301 - Foundations of Literacy (3)
   •  EDU 302 - Literacy and Comprehension: Grades 1-6 (3)
   •  EDU 303 - Literacy and Comprehension: Middle-Adolescence (3)
   •  EDU 304 - Tutoring Young Scholars (1)
   •  EDU 305 - Foundations of Special Education (3)
   •  EDU 309 - Emergent Literacy: Birth-Grade 2 (3)
   •  EDU 312 - Practical Teaching Methodologies (3)
   •  EDU 314 - Children’s Literature (3)
   •  EDU 316 - Social Studies/Literacy Methods: Grades 1-6 (3)
   •  EDU 321 - Foundations of American Education (3)
   •  EDU 325 - Assessment of Children and Youth with Special Needs (3)
   •  EDU 326 - Childhood Special Education Methods (3)
   •  EDU 327 - Adolescence Special Education Methods (3)
   •  EDU 328 - Methods and Curriculum for Students with Complex Support Needs (3)
   •  EDU 333 - Adolescent English/Language Arts Methods (3)
   •  EDU 334 - Adolescent Social Studies Methods (3)
   •  EDU 335 - Adolescent Mathematics Methods (3)
   •  EDU 337 - Adolescent Science Methods (3)
   •  EDU 338 - Business and Marketing Education Methods (3)
   •  EDU 343 - Adolescent Foreign Language Methods (3)
   •  EDU 344 - Science and Technology Methods: Grades 1-6 (3)
   •  EDU 345 - Mathematics Methods: Grades 1-6 (3)
   •  EDU 348 - Health Education Methods (3)
   •  EDU 471 - Student Teaching Seminar (0)
   •  EDU 475 - Student Teaching I (6)
   •  EDU 476 - Student Teaching II (6)
   •  EDU 477 - Mentored Internship I (6)
   •  EDU 478 - Mentored Internship II (6)
   •  EDU 501 - Foundations of Literacy (3)
   •  EDU 502 - Literacy and Comprehension: Grades 1-6 (3)
   •  EDU 503 - Literacy and Comprehension: Middle-Adolescence (3)
   •  EDU 505 - Foundations of Special Education (3)
   •  EDU 506 - Foundations of Teaching (0 to 9)
   •  EDU 507 - Mentoring I (1)
 

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