Aug 16, 2018  
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Courses


 

Chinese

   •  CHNS 3352 -  Chinese Culture and Society Through Modern Literature
   •  CHNS 3354 -  Chinese Culture and Language
   •  CHNS 3355 -  Roots of Chinese Culture through Classical Literature
   •  CHNS 3356 -  Chinese Anecdotes and Cultural Memory
   •  CHNS 3357 -  Legends, Tales and Fantasy: Boundaries of Reality in Chinese Literature and Culture
   •  CHNS 3360 -  A Look Into Modern China
   •  CHNS 3396 -  Selected Topics
   •  CHNS 3398 -  Independent Study
   •  CHNS 4301 -  Public Speaking in Chinese
   •  CHNS 4302 -  Integrated Chinese
   •  CHNS 4364 -  Issues in Chinese Language and Linguistics
   •  CHNS 4371 -  Principles of Teaching Chinese
   •  CHNS 4372 -  Studies of Chinese Language Acquisition
   •  CHNS 4396 -  Selected Topics
   •  CHNS 4398 -  Independent Study

Civil and Environmental Engineering

   •  CIVE 1100 -  Introduction to Civil Engineering
   •  CIVE 1331 -  Computing for Engineers
   •  CIVE 2330 -  Mechanics I (Statics)
   •  CIVE 2331 -  Mechanics II (Dynamics)
   •  CIVE 2332 -  Mechanics of Solids
   •  CIVE 3331 -  Environmental Engineering
   •  CIVE 3332 -  Engineering Materials
   •  CIVE 3337 -  Structural Analysis
   •  CIVE 3339 -  Geotechnical Engineering
   •  CIVE 3399 -  Senior Honors Thesis
   •  CIVE 3434 -  Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Engineering
   •  CIVE 4198 -  Independent Study
   •  CIVE 4298 -  Independent Study
   •  CIVE 4311 -  Professional Practice in Civil Engineering
   •  CIVE 4312 -  Civil Engineering Design Project
   •  CIVE 4332 -  Hydrology
   •  CIVE 4333 -  Water and Wastewater Treatment
   •  CIVE 4337 -  Transportation Engineering
   •  CIVE 4363 -  Concrete Design
   •  CIVE 4364 -  Structural Steel Design
   •  CIVE 4365 -  Bridge Engineering
   •  CIVE 4369 -  Foundation Engineering
   •  CIVE 4398 -  Independent Study
   •  CIVE 4399 -  Senior Honors Thesis
   •  CIVE 5362 -  Water Quality Engineering
   •  CIVE 5380 -  Introduction to Geomatics and Geosensing
   •  CIVE 5397 -  Selected Topics

Classical Studies

   •  CLAS 2366 -  Who Owns Antiquity? The Battle Over Our Cultural Heritage
   •  CLAS 3307 -  Greek and Roman Myths of Heroes
   •  CLAS 3308 -  Myths and Cult of the Greek Gods
   •  CLAS 3341 -  The Roman Republic
   •  CLAS 3345 -  Myth and Performance in Greek Tragedy
   •  CLAS 3366 -  The Trojan War
   •  CLAS 3371 -  Ancient Comedy and Its Influence
   •  CLAS 3374 -  Women in the Ancient World
   •  CLAS 3375 -  Roman, Jew, and Christian: The Politics and Sociology of Religion in the First Century A.D.
   •  CLAS 3380 -  Epic Masculinity: Ideologies of Manhood in Ancient Epic and Modern Film
   •  CLAS 3381 -  From Homer to Hollywood: Archaic and Classical Greek Themes in Modern Cinema
   •  CLAS 3397 -  Selected Topics in Greek and Roman Civilization
   •  CLAS 3398 -  Independent Study in Classical Studies
   •  CLAS 3399 -  Senior Honors Thesis
   •  CLAS 4305 -  Fifth-Century Athens: Readings in Intellectual, Literary, and Political History
   •  CLAS 4350 -  Age of Augustus
   •  CLAS 4353 -  Classics and Modernity: The Uses of Antiquity in Modern and Postmodern Contexts
   •  CLAS 4370 -  Comparative Epic
   •  CLAS 4374 -  Sex and Gender in Antiquity
   •  CLAS 4375 -  Gender and Race in Greek Myths
   •  CLAS 4381 -  Latin Classics in Translation
   •  CLAS 4397 -  Selected Topics in Greek and Roman Civilization
   •  CLAS 4398 -  Independent Study in Classical Studies
   •  CLAS 4399 -  Senior Honors Thesis

Communication

   •  COMM 1301 -  Media and Society
   •  COMM 1302 -  Introduction to Communication Theory
   •  COMM 1332 -  Fundamentals of Public Speaking
   •  COMM 1333 -  Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 2300 -  Communication Research Methods
   •  COMM 2310 -  Writing for Print and Digital Media
   •  COMM 2320 -  Fundamentals of Media Production
   •  COMM 2322 -  Television Production I
   •  COMM 2328 -  Broadcast and Film Writing
   •  COMM 2370 -  Introduction to Motion Pictures
   •  COMM 3300 -  Health Communication
   •  COMM 3301 -  Doctor-Patient Interaction
   •  COMM 3302 -  E-Health and Telemedicine
   •  COMM 3303 -  Health Literacy
   •  COMM 3304 -  Multicultural Health Communication
   •  COMM 3305 -  Communication and Catastrophic Illnesses
   •  COMM 3311 -  Editing for Print and Digital Media
   •  COMM 3314 -  Intermediate Writing and Reporting
   •  COMM 3315 -  News and Social Media
   •  COMM 3316 -  Electronic News
   •  COMM 3317 -  Media Production for Journalists
   •  COMM 3319 -  Preproduction Management
   •  COMM 3320 -  Audio Production
   •  COMM 3321 -  Single Camera Studio Production
   •  COMM 3323 -  Multimedia Production I
   •  COMM 3324 -  Photojournalism I
   •  COMM 3326 -  Graphics Applications
   •  COMM 3327 -  Desktop Publishing
   •  COMM 3329 -  Media Performance
   •  COMM 3330 -  Relational Communication
   •  COMM 3331 -  Communication in the Family
   •  COMM 3332 -  Effective Meeting Management
   •  COMM 3337 -  Argumentation and Debate
   •  COMM 3339 -  Advanced Public Speaking
 

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