Apr 19, 2018  
2013-2014 Catalog 
    
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Courses


 
   •  CHF 4860  - Practicum
   •  CHF 4890  - Cooperative Work Experience
   •  CHF 4900  - Career Strategy Seminar
   •  CHF 4920  - Short Courses, Workshops, Institutes and Special Programs
   •  CHF 4980  - Early Childhood Senior Synthesis Seminar
   •  CHF 4990A  - Seminar in Child Development
   •  CHF 4990B  - Senior Seminar in Family Studies
   •  CJ 1010 SS - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 1070  - Law Enforcement/Corrections Academy, Part I
   •  CJ 1080  - Law Enforcement/Corrections Academy, Part II
   •  CJ 1300  - Corrections: History, Theory and Practice
   •  CJ 1330  - Criminal Law and Courts
   •  CJ 1340  - Criminal Investigation
   •  CJ 1350  - Introduction to Forensic Science
   •  CJ 2300  - Policing: History, Theory and Practice
   •  CJ 2330  - Juvenile Justice
   •  CJ 2340  - Crime Scene Investigation
   •  CJ 2350  - Laws of Evidence
   •  CJ 2810  - Experimental Course
   •  CJ 2860  - Criminal Justice Field Experience
   •  CJ 2920  - Short Courses, Workshops, Institutes and Special Programs
   •  CJ 3020  - Criminal Justice Management
   •  CJ 3040  - Community Policing
   •  CJ 3060  - Corrections in the Community
   •  CJ 3120  - Professional Practice for the Forensic Expert
   •  CJ 3130  - Investigation of Computer Crime
   •  CJ 3270  - Theories of Crime and Delinquency
   •  CJ 3300  - Victimology
   •  CJ 3340  - Crime Scene Photography
   •  CJ 3350  - The American Jail
   •  CJ 3360  - Prisons - Contemporary Issues and Dilemmas
   •  CJ 3400  - Drugs and Crime
   •  CJ 3600  - Criminal Justice Statistics
   •  CJ 4000  - Critical Legal Studies
   •  CJ 4110  - Physical Methods in Forensic Science
   •  CJ 4115  - Friction Ridge Analysis
   •  CJ 4116  - Friction Ridge Development
   •  CJ 4125  - Advanced Methods in Forensic Science
   •  CJ 4165  - Constitutional Rights
   •  CJ 4200  - Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 4300  - History of Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 4700  - International Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 4810  - Experimental Course
   •  CJ 4830  - Directed Readings and Special Projects
   •  CJ 4860  - Criminal Justice Internship
   •  CJ 4900  - Current Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 4920  - Short Courses, Workshops, Institutes and Special Programs
   •  CJ 4950  - Field Trips/Travel Study
   •  CJ 4980  - Research Methods in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 4995  - Criminal Justice Senior Capstone
   •  CMT 1100  - Construction Management Orientation
   •  CMT 1150  - Construction Graphics
   •  CMT 1210  - Residential Construction Materials and Methods
   •  CMT 1310  - Commercial Construction Materials & Methods
   •  CMT 1500  - Computer Applications in Construction
   •  CMT 2220  - Construction Contracts and Specifications
   •  CMT 2330  - Concrete Technology
   •  CMT 2340  - Construction Surveying
   •  CMT 2360  - Building Codes and Inspection
   •  CMT 2640  - Architectural Estimating
   •  CMT 2880  - Internship
   •  CMT 2899  - AAS Graduation Assessment and Signoff
   •  CMT 3115  - Construction Cost Estimating
   •  CMT 3130  - Construction Planning & Scheduling
   •  CMT 3210  - Construction Management
   •  CMT 3260  - Mechanical and Electrical Systems
   •  CMT 3350  - Applied Structures
   •  CMT 3510  - Building Mechanical & Electrical Systems
   •  CMT 3540  - Facilities Management Administration
   •  CMT 3630  - Environmental Issues in FM
   •  CMT 3660  - Energy Management
   •  CMT 3680  - FM Operations
   •  CMT 4120  - Construction Accounting and Finance
   •  CMT 4150  - Construction Equipment and Methods
   •  CMT 4210  - Facility Planning and Layout
   •  CMT 4270  - Computer Aided FM
   •  CMT 4310  - Long-term Facility Planning
   •  CMT 4350  - Design of Construction Systems
   •  CMT 4550  - Construction Safety
   •  CMT 4610  - Senior Experience
   •  CMT 4620  - Senior Project
   •  CMT 4650  - FM Senior Project
   •  CMT 4800  - Individual Projects and Research
   •  CMT 4830  - Directed Studies
   •  CMT 4890  - Practicum
   •  CMT 4899  - BS Graduation Assessment and Signoff
   •  CMT 4920  - Short Courses, Workshops, Institutes, and Special Programs
   •  CMT 5100  - Civil Engineering and Architecture
   •  COMM 1020 HU - Principles of Public Speaking
   •  COMM 1040  - Convocations
   •  COMM 1130  - Media Writing
   •  COMM 1500  - Introduction to Mass Communication
   •  COMM 1560  - Audio Production & Performance
   •  COMM 2010 HU - Mass Media & Society
   •  COMM 2110 HU - Interpersonal & Small Group Communication
   •  COMM 2200  - In-studio Video Production and Performance
   •  COMM 2210  - Intercollegiate Debate
   •  COMM 2250  - Essentials of Digital Media
   •  COMM 2270  - Argumentation & Debate
   •  COMM 2730  - Radio Production Workshop
 

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