Sep 22, 2019  
2012-2013 General Catalog 
    
2012-2013 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG–FOR INFORMATION ONLY]

Course Descriptions


 

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Physics

   •  PHYS 2230 - Physics for Scientists & Engineers I Recitation
   •  PHYS 2260 - Physics for Scientists & Engineers II Recitation
   •  PHYS 3310 - Quantum Physics I
   •  PHYS 3320 - Quantum Physics II

Political Science

   •  POLS 1100 - American National Government
   •  POLS 2100 - Introduction to International Relations
   •  POLS 2200 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
   •  POLS 2300 - Introduction to Political Thought
   •  POLS 3010 - Current Political Issues
   •  POLS 3030 - State & Local Government
   •  POLS 3100 - Parties, Elections, & Voting Behavior
   •  POLS 3110 - American Presidency :Executive Process
   •  POLS 3120 - Law, Courts, & Society
   •  POLS 3130 - American Legislative Process & Behavior
   •  POLS 3410 - Public Administration
   •  POLS 3440 - Introduction to the Middle East
   •  POLS 3500 - Politics and Gender
   •  POLS 3510 - Constitutional Law
   •  POLS 3520 - Civil Rights and Liberties
   •  POLS 3530 - Constitution, Criminal Justice & Equal Rights
   •  POLS 3670 - Comparative Public Policy
   •  POLS 4100 - Special Topics in American Politics
   •  POLS 4110 - American Political Thought
   •  POLS 4210 - History of Political Thought
   •  POLS 4300 - Special Topics in World Affairs
   •  POLS 4310 - Special Topics in Political Theory
   •  POLS 4460 - Spec Topics in Public Policy
   •  POLS 4510 - Politics and Religion
   •  POLS 4600 - Theories of International Relations
   •  POLS 4610 - International Law & Organization
   •  POLS 4660 - American Foreign Policy
   •  POLS 4670 - The President, Congress, the Constitution & Foreign Policy
   •  POLS 4700 - International Conflict
   •  POLS 4830 - Readings & Conference
   •  POLS 4890 - Internship
   •  POLS 4990 - Seminar in Political Science
   •  POLS 5890 - Internship

Psychology

   •  PSY 1010 - General Psychology
   •  PSY 1110 - Lifespan Development
   •  PSY 1210 - Personal Development/Growth
   •  PSY 2010 - Models, Methods & Professional Issues in Psychology
   •  PSY 2370 - Intro Psychology of Gender
   •  PSY 3010 - Statistics in Psychology
   •  PSY 3015 - Statistics for Psychology Lab
   •  PSY 3200 - Psychology of Culture
   •  PSY 3210 - Infant and Child Development
   •  PSY 3220 - Adolescent Development
   •  PSY 3230 - Adult Development and Aging
   •  PSY 3270 - Motivation and Emotion
   •  PSY 3320 - Cognitive Psychology
   •  PSY 3370 - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 3400 - Experimental Analysis of Behavior
   •  PSY 3401 - Experimental Analysis of Behavior Lab
   •  PSY 3410 - Research Design
   •  PSY 3430 - Principles of Assessment
   •  PSY 3500 - Environmental Psychology
   •  PSY 3510 - Intro to Industrial & Organizational Psych
   •  PSY 3600 - Stress and Pain
   •  PSY 3650 - Health Psychology
   •  PSY 3700 - Personality Theory
   •  PSY 3800 - Professional Roles, Ethics & Practice
   •  PSY 3820 - Human Relations in Group Dynamics
   •  PSY 4310 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 4320 - Clinical Neuropsychology
   •  PSY 4330 - Theories of Learning
   •  PSY 4340 - Intro to Counseling & Psychotherapy
   •  PSY 4500 - Special Topics
   •  PSY 4510 - Brain & Behavior
   •  PSY 4511 - Brain & Behavior Lab
   •  PSY 4530 - Forensic Psychology
   •  PSY 4550 - Drugs and Behavior
   •  PSY 4800 - Practicum
   •  PSY 4830 - Readings & Conferences
   •  PSY 4831 - Readings and Conferences: Leadership
   •  PSY 4890 - Internship
   •  PSY 4905 - History and Systems
   •  PSY 4910 - Senior Project: Literature Review
   •  PSY 4915 - Senior Project: Independent Research I
   •  PSY 4925 - Senior Project: Independent Research II
   •  PSY 5100 - Psychopharmacology
   •  PSY 5101 - Dynamics of Addiction
   •  PSY 6100 - Principles of Graduate Research
   •  PSY 6120 - Legal Psychology
   •  PSY 6220 - Psychology of Criminal Behavior
   •  PSY 6830 - Readings in Forensic Psychology

Public Administration

   •  EDUC 6560 - American Higher Education Environments
   •  PADM 6000 - Administrative Theory
   •  PADM 6100 - Overview of Public Administration
   •  PADM 6200 - Public Sector Budgeting & Financial Mgmt
   •  PADM 6300 - Administrative Law
   •  PADM 6440 - Research Methods
   •  PADM 6500 - Public HR Management
   •  PADM 6550 - Student Affairs in Higher Education
   •  PADM 6560 - American Higher Education Environments
   •  PADM 6570 - Student Development in College, Theory and Practice
   •  PADM 6580 - The History of American Higher Education
   •  PADM 6600 - Practice of Public Management
   •  PADM 6610 - Public Policy Analysis
   •  PADM 6615 - Comparative Public Policy
   •  PADM 6620 - Public Administration & Ethics
 

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