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    Armstrong State University
   
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


Numbering System for Courses

In the course listings that follow, there appear three numbers in parentheses after each course title. The first number listed indicates the number of hours of lecture; the second number listed indicates the number of hours of laboratory (including field placements); the third number listed indicates the number of semester hours of credit carried by the course. The letter V represents a variable number of hours.

Courses numbered 0000-0199 carry institutional credit only and may not be applied to a degree program.

Courses numbered 1000-1999 are generally planned for the freshman year; courses numbered 2000-2999 for the sophomore year; courses numbered 3000-3999 for the junior year; and courses numbered 4000-4999 for the senior year.

Courses numbered 5000U-5999U are graduate courses with dual enrollment by undergraduate and graduate students. Permission is not required for undergraduate students.

Courses numbered 6000-6999 are graduate courses. Undergraduate students may not enroll except for those who have applied and been approved for Senior Privilege.

Courses numbered 7000-9999 are graduate courses. Undergraduate students may not enroll.

Lettering System for Courses

Throughout the catalog, four capital letters followed by four numbers are used to designate individual courses.

 

Chemistry

   •  CHEM 3071 - Principles of Chemical Processes I
   •  CHEM 3072 - Principles of Chemical Processes II
   •  CHEM 3100 - Forensic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 3200 - Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 3300 - Instrumental Analysis
   •  CHEM 3401 - Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics and Kinetics
   •  CHEM 3402 - Physical Chemistry: Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy
   •  CHEM 3600 - Polymer Chemistry
   •  CHEM 3801 - Biochemistry I
   •  CHEM 3802 - Biochemistry II
   •  CHEM 3803 - Biochemistry Laboratory
   •  CHEM 3900 - Chemical Research
   •  CHEM 4100 - Advanced Topics in Organic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4200 - Advanced Topics in Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4300 - Advanced Topics in Analytical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4400 - Advanced Topics in Physical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4500 - Chemistry Seminar
   •  CHEM 4600 - Advanced Topics in Interdisciplinary Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4800 - Pedagogy and Supplemental Instruction in Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4940 - Special Topics in Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4950 - Special Lecture Topics in Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4960 - Internship
   •  CHEM 4991 - Advanced Chemical Research
   •  CHEM 5600U - Chemical Safety
   •  CHEM 5700U - History of Chemistry

Classics

   •  CLAS 3351, -2, -3 - Study Abroad in Rome and Athens

Communication

   •  COMM 2280 - Speech Communication
   •  COMM 3050 - Interpersonal and Small Group Communication
   •  COMM 3060 - Public Relations
   •  COMM 3270 - Video Lab
   •  COMM 5050U - Interpersonal Communication in the Workplace
   •  COMM 5100U - Communication Theory
   •  COMM 5200U - Nonverbal Communication
   •  COMM 5500U - Communication Between the Genders
   •  COMM 5600U - Special Topics in Communication
   •  COMM 5650U - Introduction to Family Communication

Criminal Justice

   •  CRJU 1100 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 1130 - Interpersonal Communication Skills
   •  CRJU 1210 - Introduction to Cyber Crime
   •  CRJU 2010 - Universal Justice
   •  CRJU 2020 - Ethical Theories and Moral Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 2200 - Criminal Investigation
   •  CRJU 2210 - Introduction to Law Enforcement
   •  CRJU 2410 - Introduction to Corrections
   •  CRJU 2700 - Directed Readings in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 3001 - Moot Court I
   •  CRJU 3002 - Moot Court II
   •  CRJU 3030 - Forensic Anthropology
   •  CRJU 3100 - Research Methods
   •  CRJU 3110 - Critical Theory of Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 3120 - Illegal Immigration
   •  CRJU 3130 - Hate Crimes and Ordered Liberty
   •  CRJU 3140 - Political Crimes
   •  CRJU 3160 - White-Collar and Organized Crime
   •  CRJU 3170 - Criminal Justice Administration
   •  CRJU 3180 - Deviance and Social Control
   •  CRJU 3190 - Criminal Law
   •  CRJU 3200 - Criminalistics
   •  CRJU 3210 - Law Enforcement: Structure and Process
   •  CRJU 3220 - Industrial, Commercial, and Private Security
   •  CRJU 3300 - Criminology
   •  CRJU 3410 - Community-Based Treatment
   •  CRJU 3500 - Criminal Evidence and Procedure
   •  CRJU 3600 - Topics in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 4172 - Terrorism and National Security Law
   •  CRJU 4400 - Seminar in Corrections Management
   •  CRJU 4500 - Advanced Law of Evidence
   •  CRJU 4800 - Internship I
   •  CRJU 4810 - Internship II
   •  CRJU 4900 - Directed Research in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 4910 - Seminar in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 5003U - Cyber Forensics
   •  CRJU 5010U - Digital Forensics I
   •  CRJU 5020U - Digital Forensics II
   •  CRJU 5130U - Political Terrorism
   •  CRJU 5200U - Alcohol, Drugs, and Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 5300U - Juvenile Delinquency
   •  CRJU 5500U - Law and Legal Process
   •  CRJU 5520U - Comparative Judicial Systems
   •  CRJU 5600U - Fraud Examination
   •  CRJU 5602U - Forensic Financial Investigations

Computer Science

   •  CSCI 1060 - Computer Programming Concepts
   •  CSCI 1150 - Fundamentals of the Internet and World Wide Web
   •  CSCI 1171 - Computing in Matlab
   •  CSCI 1301 - Introduction to Programming Principles
   •  CSCI 1301H - Honors Introduction to Programming Principles
   •  CSCI 1302 - Advanced Programming Principles
   •  CSCI 1371 - Computing for Engineers
   •  CSCI 2060 - Computer Literacy for Educators
   •  CSCI 2070 - Introduction to Computer Ethics and Cyber Security
   •  CSCI 2410 - Data Structures and Algorithms
   •  CSCI 2490 - C++ Programming
   •  CSCI 2625 - Discrete Structures for Computer Science
   •  CSCI 2990 - Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 3201 - Foundations of Digital Systems
   •  CSCI 3202 - Computer Organization and Architecture
   •  CSCI 3301 - Unix and Secure Web Development
   •  CSCI 3321 - Introduction to Software Engineering Concepts
   •  CSCI 3330 - Comparative Languages
   •  CSCI 3341 - Introduction to Operating Systems
 

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