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    Indiana Tech
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018

Course Descriptions


The courses described below are listed in numerical order by discipline. All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted. If laboratory periods are required they are indicated after the description. For example, the notation “3 plus 1” indicates 3 class periods and 1 lab period per week.

 

Chemistry

   •  CH 2400 - Organic Chemistry
   •  CH 2410 - Organic Chemistry Lab

Commission on Adult and Experiential Learning

   •  CAEL 1000 - Prior Learning Assessment

Communication

   •  COMM 1250 - Foundations of Communication
   •  COMM 1600 - Introduction to Journalism
   •  COMM 1710 - Visual Communication
   •  COMM 2300 - Television and Media
   •  COMM 2400 - Sports Communication
   •  COMM 2500 - Public Communication
   •  COMM 2600 - Advanced Journalism
   •  COMM 2700 - History of Mass Media
   •  COMM 3000 - Language and Culture
   •  COMM 3100 - Media Theory & Criticism
   •  COMM 3150 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 3250 - Media Writing
   •  COMM 3310 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 3600 - Rhetoric and Argumentation
   •  COMM 3700 - Propaganda: The Shaping of Attitudes and Actions
   •  COMM 4010 - Sports and Media
   •  COMM 4100 - Theories of Communication
   •  COMM 4250 - Crisis Communication
   •  COMM 4500 - Contemporary Media Studies
   •  COMM 4750 - Applied Communication
   •  COMM 4910 - Senior Capstone

Computer Engineering

   •  CPE 1600 - Advanced Computer Program for Engineers
   •  CPE 2400 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  CPE 2400 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  CPE 3500 - Computer Engineering I
   •  CPE 3550 - Computer Engineering Lab I
   •  CPE 3610 - Computer Architecture Lab
   •  CPE 4150 - Digital Signal Processing
   •  CPE 4200 - Reconfigurable Computing
   •  CPE 4300 - Complier Construction
   •  CPE 4400 - VLSI Design
   •  CPE 4500 - Computer Engineering II
   •  CPE 4550 - Computer Engineering II Lab
   •  CPE 4600 - Embedded Systems
   •  CPE 4700 - Computer Architecture
   •  CPE 4710 - Senior Project Proposal
   •  CPE 4720 - Senior Project
   •  CPE 4990 - Special Topics in Computer Engineering
   •  EGR 4000 - Engineering Seminar

Computer Science

   •  CS 1200 - Introduction to Computer Science
   •  CS 1250 - Problem Solving for Programmers
   •  CS 1300 - Computer Science I
   •  CS 1350 - Computer Science II
   •  CS 1500 - Introduction to Server Systems
   •  CS 1600 - Project Management Seminar
   •  CS 2010 - Discrete Math for Computing
   •  CS 2100 - Introduction to Computer Systems
   •  CS 2410 - Discrete Structures
   •  CS 2500 - Database Systems
   •  CS 2990 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 3200 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 3500 - Numerical Methods
   •  CS 3700 - Object Orientation
   •  CS 3800 - Data Structures & Algorithms
   •  CS 4000 - Computer Science Seminar
   •  CS 4500 - Software Engineering
   •  CS 4600 - Organization of Programming Languages
   •  CS 4800 - Systems Software
   •  CS 4990 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 5500 - Advanced Database Systems
   •  IS 4750 - Cybersecurity Project
   •  IT 1150 - Advanced PC Support
   •  IT 2000 - Server+
   •  IT 2100 - Business Continuity
   •  IT 2200 - Security+
   •  IT 2900 - IT Capstone Project

Criminal Justice

   •  CJ 1100 - Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
   •  CJ 1300 - The Police in America
   •  CJ 1400 - Corrections in America
   •  CJ 2300 - Substantive Criminal Law
   •  CJ 2400 - Understanding Procedural Law
   •  CJ 2500 - Basics of Criminal Investigation
   •  CJ 2600 - Laws of Evidence
   •  CJ 3100 - A System of Juvenile Justice
   •  CJ 3200 - Understanding Criminal Behavior
   •  CJ 3300 - Victimology
   •  CJ 3510 - Community & Problem-Oriented Policing
   •  CJ 3520 - Crime Scene Investigation
   •  CJ 3530 - Restorative Justice
   •  CJ 3620 - Forensic Science & Criminalistics
   •  CJ 3700 - Ethics & Cultural Diversity in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 4110 - Law Enforcement Planning Process
   •  CJ 4120 - Death Investigation
   •  CJ 4130 - Probation and Parole Services
   •  CJ 4210 - Police Organization & Management
   •  CJ 4220 - Criminal Profiling
   •  CJ 4230 - Corrections Counseling
   •  CJ 4320 - Fundamentals of Crime Analysis
   •  CJ 4700 - Transnational Organized Crime
   •  CJ 4800 - Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
   •  CJ 4910 - Ethics & Cultural Diversity in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 4950 - Criminal Justice Internship

Economics

   •  ECON 2200 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 2210 - Microeconomics
   •  ECON 3140 - Money, Banking, and Capital Markets

Education

   •  EDU 1010 - Education Benchmarks Preparation
   •  EDU 1100 - Socio-Cultural Foundations of Education
 

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