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    Armstrong State University
   
 
  Nov 17, 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.

 

Computer Science

   •  CSCI 3370 - Human Computer Interaction
   •  CSCI 3510 - Theory of Computation
   •  CSCI 3625 - Advanced Discrete Structures
   •  CSCI 3720 - Database Systems
   •  CSCI 3961, -72, -83 - internship in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 3990 - Programming Seminar
   •  CSCI 4390 - Senior Project
   •  CSCI 4999 - Independent Study
   •  CSCI 5100U - Object-Oriented Programming
   •  CSCI 5210U - High Performance Computing
   •  CSCI 5220U - Networks
   •  CSCI 5322U - Advanced Software Engineering
   •  CSCI 5342U - Advanced Operating Systems
   •  CSCI 5350U - Compiler Theory
   •  CSCI 5360U - Embedded Systems Programming
   •  CSCI 5360U - Embedded Systems Programming
   •  CSCI 5370U - Handheld and Ubiquitous Computing
   •  CSCI 5380U - Software Security and Secure Coding
   •  CSCI 5410U - Analysis of Algorithms
   •  CSCI 5520U - Rapid Java Application Development
   •  CSCI 5610U - Numerical Analysis
   •  CSCI 5700U - Computer Security
   •  CSCI 5710U - Applied Cryptography
   •  CSCI 5720U - Advanced Database Systems
   •  CSCI 5735U - Data Mining
   •  CSCI 5820U - Machine Learning
   •  CSCI 5825U - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CSCI 5830U - Computer Graphics
   •  CSCI 5990U - Special Topics in Computer Science

Communication Sciences and Disorders

   •  CSDS 1001 - American Sign Language I
   •  CSDS 1002 - American Sign Language II
   •  CSDS 1003 - Deaf History and Culture
   •  CSDS 1220 - Introduction to Communication Disorders
   •  CSDS 2001 - American Sign Language III
   •  CSDS 2002 - American Sign Language IV
   •  CSDS 2003 - Introduction to Interpreting
   •  CSDS 2220 - Communication and Deafness
   •  CSDS 2230 - Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing Mechanisms
   •  CSDS 2240 - Normal Speech and Language Development
   •  CSDS 2250 - Phonetics
   •  CSDS 2260 - Communication Disorders in the Media
   •  CSDS 3400 - Speech Science
   •  CSDS 3410 - Introduction to Audiology
   •  CSDS 3420 - Language Disorders
   •  CSDS 3430 - Organically and Neurogenically-Based Communication Disorders
   •  CSDS 3440 - Aural Rehabilitation
   •  CSDS 3450 - Speech Sound Disorders
   •  CSDS 3460 - Professional Dilemmas in Healthcare
   •  CSDS 3470 - Independent Study
   •  CSDS 3470H - Honors Independent Study
   •  CSDS 4050 - Intercultural Communication
   •  CSDS 4151 - Clinical Writing for the Health Professions
   •  CSDS 4152 - Independent Study-Research
   •  CSDS 4190 - Clinical Methods in Speech-Language Pathology
   •  CSDS 4210 - Seminar in Communication Sciences and Disorders
   •  CSDS 5000U - Multicultural Issues In Health Care

Cardiovascular/Interventional Sciences

   •  CVIS 3001 - Cardiovascular Interventional Sciences I
   •  CVIS 3002 - Cardiovascular Interventional Sciences II
   •  CVIS 3003 - Physiologic Monitoring and Recording
   •  CVIS 3100 - Introduction to Cardiovascular Interventional Clinical Education
   •  CVIS 4101 - Cardiovascular Interventional Clinical Education I
   •  CVIS 4102 - Cardiovascular Interventional Clinical Education II
   •  CVIS 4103 - Cardiovascular Interventional Clinical Education III
   •  CVIS 4200 - Cardiovascular Interventional Science Synthesis

Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences (Interprofessional)

   •  DDTS 2001 - Introduction to Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences
   •  DDTS 2001L - Introduction to Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences Lab
   •  DDTS 3001 - Patient Care and Assessment
   •  DDTS 3001L - Patient Care and Assessment Lab
   •  DDTS 4010 - Research Methodologies
   •  DDTS 4020 - Management and Leadership

Economics

   •  ECON 1101 - Survey of Economics
   •  ECON 1150 - Global Economic Problems
   •  ECON 2105 - Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 2106 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECON 3050 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 3060 - Intermediate Microeconomics
   •  ECON 3100 - Multinational Economic Enterprises
   •  ECON 3200 - International Trade
   •  ECON 3210 - Marketing
   •  ECON 3220 - Management
   •  ECON 3230 - Finance
   •  ECON 3300 - Money and Banking
   •  ECON 3400 - Economics of Labor
   •  ECON 3450 - Environmental Economics
   •  ECON 3460 - Economics of Immigration
   •  ECON 3470 - Economics of Health
   •  ECON 3480 - Economics of Vice
   •  ECON 3500 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECON 3600 - Mathematical Economics
   •  ECON 3630 - Economic History of the United States
   •  ECON 3700 - Econometrics
   •  ECON 3710 - Business and Economic Forecasting
   •  ECON 3800 - Quantitative Marketing Research
   •  ECON 3950 - Research in Economics
   •  ECON 3960 - Research in international Economics
   •  ECON 4010 - Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECON 4020 - Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECON 4100 - Financial Economics: Portfolio Analysis
   •  ECON 4150 - Capital Markets
   •  ECON 4170 - Financial Derivatives
 

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