2009-2011 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Jul 19, 2019  
2009-2011 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Course descriptions are arranged alphabetically by the course prefix code letters, as listed here. For the purpose of brevity, course descriptions may consist of sentence fragments. Unless otherwise specified, graduate courses carry three credits. 

 

Criminal Justice

   •  CJ 609 - Social and Structural Models of Crime
   •  CJ 610 - Administration of Justice
   •  CJ 611 - Research Methods in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 612 - Criminal Justice Management
   •  CJ 613 - Quantitative Applications in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 615 - Rational Models of Crime
   •  CJ 617 - Advanced Victimology
   •  CJ 618 - Crime Victims’ Rights and Services
   •  CJ 619 - Psychology of Crime
   •  CJ 622 - Advanced Quantitative Applications in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 623 - Mental Health Law
   •  CJ 624 - Group Process in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 625 - Information Systems Threats, Attacks, and Defenses
   •  CJ 626 - Firewall and Secure Enterprise Computing
   •  CJ 627 - Internet Investigations & Audit-Based Computer Forensics
   •  CJ 628 - Computer Viruses and Malicious Code
   •  CJ 629 - Practical Issues in Cryptography
   •  CJ 630 - Investigating Financial Crimes
   •  CJ 637 - Criminal Justice Policy
   •  CJ 638 - Public Policy Analysis in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 646 - Abnormal Psychology in Forensic Populations
   •  CJ 647 - Forensic Assessment
   •  CJ 648 - Forensic Treatment Models
   •  CJ 649 - Fire Scene Investigation and Arson Analysis
   •  CJ 650 - Death Investigation: Scene to Court
   •  CJ 651 - Criminal Procedure
   •  CJ 652 - Sexual Offenders and Predators
   •  CJ 655 - Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
   •  CJ 656 - Problem-Oriented Policing
   •  CJ 657 - Crime Mapping and Analysis
   •  CJ 658 - Leadership Issues in Policing
   •  CJ 659 - Futures Research: Long-Range Planning & Forecasting in CJ
   •  CJ 667 - Fire and Building Codes, Standards, and Practices
   •  CJ 668 - Fire and Casualty Insurance Practices
   •  CJ 669 - Dynamics, Evaluation, and Prevention of Structural Fires
   •  CJ 670BB - ST: Serial Murder
   •  CJ 670DD - ST: History of the U.N.
   •  CJ 670FF - ST: Research Seminar in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 670G - ST: Crime in Media
   •  CJ 670GG - ST: Research Issues in Theories of Crime
   •  CJ 675 - Private Security Law
   •  CJ 676 - Security Management Seminar
   •  CJ 677 - Private Security in Modern Society
   •  CJ 680 - Research Issues in Cyberterrorism
   •  CJ 684 - Fire Scene Reconstruction
   •  CJ 690 - Research Project I
   •  CJ 691 - Research Project II
   •  CJ 693 - Criminal Justice Internship I
   •  CJ 694 - Criminal Justice Internship II
   •  CJ 695 - Independent Study
   •  CJ 697 - Thesis I
   •  CJ 698 - Thesis II
   •  CJ 699 - Thesis III

Chemical Engineering

   •  CM 621 - Air Pollution Fundamentals
   •  CM 622 - Air Pollution Control
   •  CM 624 - Chemical Process Safety
   •  CM 670 - Selected Topics
   •  CM 690 - Project
   •  CM 695 - Independent Study I
   •  CM 696 - Independent Study II
   •  CM 698 - Thesis I
   •  CM 699 - Thesis II

Communication

   •  CO 620 - Applied Communication in Organizations
   •  CO 621 - Managerial Communication
   •  CO 623 - Communication in Health Care
   •  CO 631 - Public Information Dynamics
   •  CO 632 - Contemporary Public Relation Issues
   •  CO 640 - Communication Technologies
   •  CO 641 - Competition and Regulation in Telecommunication
   •  CO 642 - Managment of Telecommunication Organizations
   •  CO 643 - Telecommunication Policy and Strategy
   •  CO 693 - Internship
   •  CO 695 - Independent Study I
   •  CO 696 - Independent Study II
   •  CO 698 - Thesis I
   •  CO 699 - Thesis II

Computer Science

   •  CS 604 - Introduction to Programming/C
   •  CS 610 - Intermediate Programming/C
   •  CS 617 - Java Programming
   •  CS 620 - Data Structures
   •  CS 622 - Database Systems
   •  CS 622B - Advanced Database Systems
   •  CS 623 - Rapid Software Development/VB.Net
   •  CS 625 - Software Project Management
   •  CS 626 - Object-Oriented Principles and Practice/C++
   •  CS 627 - Distributed Database Systems
   •  CS 628 - Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
   •  CS 630 - Introduction to Computer Theory
   •  CS 632 - Algorithm Design and Analysis
   •  CS 634 - Cryptography and Data Security
   •  CS 636 - Structure of Programming Languages
   •  CS 640 - Computer Organization
   •  CS 640B - Parallel Computer Architectures
   •  CS 642 - Computer Networks and Data Communication
   •  CS 644 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 644B - Distributed Operating Systems
   •  CS 645 - Network Administration
   •  CS 646 - Introduction to Computer Security
   •  CS 646B - Topics in Computer Security
   •  CS 647 - Systems Programming
 

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