2010-2011 Catalog 
    
    Nov 19, 2019  
2010-2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 
   •  HSCI 6370 - Forensic Victimology
   •  HSCI 6380 - Forensic Photography
   •  HSCI 6390 - Health Care Ethics and Law
   •  HSCI 6410 - Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology
   •  HSCI 6420 - Medical Preparedness and Response
   •  HSCI 6430 - Pharmacology and Pathophysiology of Substance Abuse
   •  HSCI 6480 - Principles of Chemistry in Forensic Toxicology
   •  HSCI 6490 - Health Care Budget & Finance
   •  HSCI 6590 - Clinical Research Application
   •  HSCI 6600 - Health Behavior and Therapeutic Exercise
   •  HSCI 6630 - Manual Therapy for Athletic Trainers
   •  HSCI 7000 - Health Science Thesis
   •  HSCI 7020 - Research Methods
   •  HSCI 7030 - Statistics
   •  HSCI 7100 - Advanced Analytical Methods in Forensic Toxicology
   •  HSCI 7110 - Advanced Analytical Methods
   •  HSCI 9300 - Independent Study - Undergraduate
   •  HSCI 9400 - Independent Study - Undergraduate
   •  HSCI 9600 - Independent Study - Graduate
   •  HSCI 9990 - Candidate for Degree
   •  HUM 3030 - Humanities: 1848, The Rise of Modernity
   •  HUM 3110 - Film, Technology, and Culture
   •  HUM 3130 - The Baroque
   •  HUM 3140 - Mythologies
   •  HUM 3170 - Minority Voices
   •  HUM 3990 - Special Topics in Humanities
   •  HUM 9400 - Independent Study in Humanities
   •  ID 1010 - Freshman Seminar
   •  ID 1030 - Fundamentals of Written/Oral Communication
   •  ID 1050 - Quantitative and Qualitative Reasoning Skills
   •  ID 1110 - Academic Fitness
   •  ID 2000 - Mathematics: A Human Endeavor
   •  ID 2050 - Beyond the Finite
   •  ID 2500 - Special Topics
   •  ID 3010 - Transition Seminar
   •  ID 3660 - Service Learning: Theory and Practice
   •  ID 3710 - Great European Film Directors: A Historical View 1945-1994
   •  ID 3720 - Russian Avant-Garde Cinema: A Historical View, 1915-Present
   •  ID 3730 - Russian Art Cinema Today: A Historical View
   •  ID 4010 - Honors Senior Roundtable: Sharing Passions, Sharing Perspectives
   •  ID 4090 - Peer Mentoring for Freshman Seminar JTAs
   •  ID 4100 - A Sense of Place
   •  ID 4450 - Creators of Mathematics: A Historic View
   •  ID 4460 - Emergence of Graph Theory: A Historical Exploration of a Mathematical Theory
   •  ID 4500 - A Serious Course in Recreational Mathematics
   •  ID 4800 - What Is Mathematics?
   •  ID 4850 - Geometric Insight in Combinatorial Mathematics
   •  ID 4900 - Mathematical Coloring
   •  ID 4990 - Argonne Semester
   •  ID 5450 - Creators of Mathematics: A Historic View
   •  ID 5460 - Emergence of Graph Theory: A Historical Exploration of a Mathematical Theory
   •  ID 5500 - A Serious Course in Recreational Mathematics
   •  ID 5800 - What is Mathematics?
   •  ID 5850 - Geometric Insight in Combinatorial Math
   •  ID 5900 - Mathematical Coloring
   •  ID 9400 - Independent Study: Undergraduate
   •  INFS 1100 - Microsoft Office Applications and Computer Basics
   •  INFS 2510 - Managing Network Interconnections
   •  INFS 2950 - Topics in Information Systems
   •  INFS 3000 - Introduction to Management Information Systems
   •  INFS 3050 - Introduction to Information Technology
   •  INFS 3080 - Business Programming
   •  INFS 3100 - Business Programming II
   •  INFS 3400 - Database Concepts and Applications
   •  INFS 3700 - Computer Networks and Telecommunications
   •  INFS 3800 - Web Development
   •  INFS 3950 - Topics in Information Systems - Juniors
   •  INFS 4100 - Systems Analysis and Design
   •  INFS 4400 - Emerging Technologies
   •  INFS 4500 - Information Systems Project Management
   •  INFS 4850 - Directed Research Project
   •  INFS 4950 - Topics in Information Systems - Seniors
   •  INFS 4960 - Internship in Information Systems
   •  INFS 6000 - Information Systems
   •  INFS 6090 - Information Systems
   •  INFS 6490 - Development of Information Systems
   •  INFS 6690 - Database Principles
   •  INFS 6830 - Working in Virtual Organizations
   •  INFS 6890 - Telecommunications and Networking Principles
   •  INFS 6900 - Special Topics in Information Technology
   •  INFS 6960 - Internship in Information Systems
   •  INFS 9400 - Independent Study in Information Systems - Undergraduate
   •  INFS 9500 - Independent Study in Information Systems - Graduate
   •  INOV 1010 - The Innovation Process
   •  INOV 2010 - Innovation Team: Reporting and Analysis
   •  INOV 2020 - Innovation Team: Design and Research
   •  INOV 2100 - Technical Writing, Proposals, and Presentations
   •  INOV 3010 - Innovation Team: Reporting and Analysis
   •  INOV 3020 - Innovation Team: Design and Research
   •  INOV 4010 - Innovation Team: Reporting and Analysis
   •  INOV 4020 - Innovation Team: Design and Research
   •  INOV 4050 - Selected Topics in Innovation
   •  INOV 5050 - Selected Topics in Innovation
   •  INOV 6050 - Selected Topics in Innovation
   •  INTB 3600 - International Business
   •  INTB 4610 - Regional Business Environment Europe
   •  INTB 4800 - International Management
   •  INTB 4960 - Internship in International Business
   •  INTB 6190 - Managing in Global Markets
   •  INTB 6600 - Contemporary Topics in International Business
 

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