Dec 12, 2019  
2017-2018 University Catalog 
    
2017-2018 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prefix and Course Index 

 

Gerontology

Courses are designated as GERO in the class schedule.

   •  GERO 501 - Research Methods in Gerontology (3)
   •  GERO 503 - Aging and Public Policy (3)
   •  GERO 504T - Selected Topics in Gerontology (3)
   •  GERO 506 - Economics of Aging (3)
   •  GERO 507 - Biopsychosocial Perspectives in Aging (3)
   •  GERO 508 - Social and Ethical Issues in Aging (3)
   •  GERO 525 - Factors of Human Aging and Technology Design (3)
   •  GERO 526 - Public Organizational Theory and Behavior (3)
   •  GERO 527 - Intergenerational Practice: Working with Aging Families (3)
   •  GERO 535 - Program Planning and Evaluation (3)
   •  GERO 545 - NonProfit and Societal Marketing (3)
   •  GERO 595 - Gerontology Internship (3)
   •  GERO 597 - Project (3-6)
   •  GERO 598 - Thesis (3-6)
   •  GERO 599 - Independent Study in Gerontology (1-3)

German

Courses are designated GRMN in the class schedule.

   •  GRMN 101 - Fundamental German-A (5)
   •  GRMN 102 - Fundamental German-B (5)
   •  GRMN 203 - Intermediate German-A (3)
   •  GRMN 204 - Intermediate German-B (3)
   •  GRMN 213 - Intermediate Reading-A (2)
   •  GRMN 214 - Intermediate Reading-B (2)
   •  GRMN 299 - Directed Study (1-3)
   •  GRMN 300 - German Conversation (3)
   •  GRMN 305 - Advanced Conversation and Composition (3)
   •  GRMN 310 - German in the Business World (3)
   •  GRMN 311 - German for International Business (3)
   •  GRMN 315 - Introduction to German Civilization (3)
   •  GRMN 325 - Current Trends in Culture of German-Speaking Peoples (3)
   •  GRMN 335 - Introduction to Literature (3)
   •  GRMN 390 - German Culture Through Cinema (3)
   •  GRMN 399 - German Phonetics (3)
   •  GRMN 400 - Advanced Conversation Practice and Vocabulary Expansion (3)
   •  GRMN 405 - Advanced Writing and Speaking (3)
   •  GRMN 430 - German Literature and Culture to the Baroque (3)
   •  GRMN 450 - 19th-Century German Literature and Culture (3)
   •  GRMN 460 - 20th-Century German Literature and Culture (3)
   •  GRMN 466 - Introduction to German Linguistics (3)
   •  GRMN 482 - German Literature and Culture in Film (3)
   •  GRMN 485T - Senior Seminar in German Literature (3)
   •  GRMN 499 - Independent Study (1-3)

Human Communication Studies

Courses are designated as HCOM in the class schedule.

   •  HCOM 100 - Introduction to Human Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 102 - Public Speaking (3)
   •  HCOM 138 - Forensics (3)
   •  HCOM 200 - Human Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 215 - Introduction to Digital Media Studies (3)
   •  HCOM 220 - Interpersonal Conflict Management (3)
   •  HCOM 235 - Essentials of Argumentation (3)
   •  HCOM 236 - Essentials of Debate (3)
   •  HCOM 241 - Introduction to Phonetics (3)
   •  HCOM 242 - Introduction to Communicative Disorders (3)
   •  HCOM 300 - Introduction to Research in Speech Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 302 - Introduction to Sign Language (3)
   •  HCOM 303 - Biology of Human Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 305 - Digital Media Literacy (3)
   •  HCOM 307 - Speech/Language Development (3)
   •  HCOM 308 - Quantitative Research Methods (3)
   •  HCOM 310 - Sexual Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 313 - Interpersonal Communication Theory (3)
   •  HCOM 315 - Social Media and Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 318 - Family Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 320 - Intercultural Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 321 - Latina/o Intercultural Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 324 - Communicating in Teams and Groups (3)
   •  HCOM 325 - Interviewing: Principles and Practices (3)
   •  HCOM 326 - Organizational Communication Dynamics (3)
   •  HCOM 330 - Rhetoric of Popular Culture (3)
   •  HCOM 331 - Rhetorical Dimensions of Sex and Gender (3)
   •  HCOM 332 - Processes of Social Influence (3)
   •  HCOM 333 - Communication in Business and the Professions (3)
   •  HCOM 334 - Persuasive Speaking (3)
   •  HCOM 335 - Advanced Argumentation (3)
   •  HCOM 337 - Communication in the Legal Arena (3)
   •  HCOM 338 - Intercollegiate Forensics (3)
   •  HCOM 340 - Asian American Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 342 - America Speaks (3)
   •  HCOM 344 - The Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing (3)
   •  HCOM 345 - Communication and Aging (3)
   •  HCOM 350 - Speech and Hearing Science (3)
   •  HCOM 352 - Child Language and Phonological Disorders (3)
   •  HCOM 360 - Nonverbal Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 404 - Communication Development/Disorders in Children from Culturally/Linguistically/Diverse Backgrounds (3)
   •  HCOM 413 - Communication in Interpersonal Relationships (3)
   •  HCOM 415 - Seminar in Digital Media and Culture (3)
   •  HCOM 420 - Communication Theory (3)
   •  HCOM 422 - Applications of Intercultural Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 425 - Health Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 426 - Directing Forensics (3)
   •  HCOM 430 - Classical Rhetoric (3)
   •  HCOM 432 - Contemporary Rhetoric (3)
   •  HCOM 433 - Training and Development (3)
   •  HCOM 435 - Communication in Community Building and Civic Engagement (3)
   •  HCOM 438 - Principles of Rhetorical Criticism (3)
   •  HCOM 440 - The Dark Side of Interpersonal Communication (3)
   •  HCOM 445 - Leadership: Toxic and Intoxicating (3)
   •  HCOM 456 - Intercultural Conflict: Theory and Practice (3)
   •  HCOM 458 - Clinical Practicum: Speech and Language Disorders in Children (3)
   •  HCOM 461 - Audiology and Audiometry (3)
   •  HCOM 465 - Aural Rehabilitation (3)
   •  HCOM 468 - Audiology Practicum (1)
   •  HCOM 469 - Intergroup Communication (3)
 

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