2018-2019 Graduate and Professional Studies Catalog 
    
    Aug 19, 2019  
2018-2019 Graduate and Professional Studies Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Other Courses

   •  COUN 5000 - Introduction to Counseling
   •  COUN 5210 - Psychopathology and the DSM
   •  COUN 5520 - Skills in Helping Relationships
   •  COUN 5920 - Assessment and Assessment Techniques
   •  COUN 6120 - Research Methods and Program Evaluation
   •  COUN 6190 - Social and Cultural Foundations
   •  COUN 6350 - Career and Lifestyle Development

Accounting

   •  AC 5220 - Financial Accounting in Healthcare Organizations
   •  AC 5230 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  AC 5240 - Cost Accounting
   •  AC 5250 - Managerial Accounting
   •  AC 5265 - Managerial Accounting and Finance for Engineers
   •  AC 5550 - Federal Taxation
   •  AC 5620 - Government and Non‐Profit Reporting
   •  AC 5640 - Auditing and Attestation
   •  AC 5660 - Litigation Services, the Role of the Accountant as an Expert
   •  AC 5730 - Accounting for Mergers and Acquisitions
   •  AC 6120 - Bankruptcy and Reorganization
   •  AC 6230 - Internal Audit & Risk Management
   •  AC 6310 - International Accounting
   •  AC 6430 - Performance and Ethical Standards of the Audit Professional
   •  AC 6440 - Business Crime and Ethical Behavior
   •  AC 6550 - Federal Tax of Individuals
   •  AC 6555 - Federal Tax of Trusts and Estates
   •  AC 6559 - Tax Seminar
   •  AC 6560 - CPA Review Class
   •  AC 6640 - Fraud Risk Management and Interrogation

Business Administration

   •  BU 2110 - Quantitative Methods
   •  BU 2210 - Financial Accounting
   •  BU 2220 - Management Accounting

Computer Information Systems

   •  CT 5000 - Graduate & Professional Skills Development
   •  CT 5120 - Organizational Leadership in Technology
   •  CT 5170 - E-Commerce Technology
   •  CT 5230 - Cloud Computing Concepts
   •  CT 5320 - Data Mining for the Intelligent Business
   •  CT 5510 - Java - Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
   •  CT 5610 - Database Design
   •  CT 5630 - Pega Platform and Applications
   •  CT 5750 - Web Applications and Web Design Development
   •  CT 5901 - Computer Information Systems On-Site Internship
   •  CT 5990 - Basics of Web Graphics & Animations
   •  CT 5991 - Special Projects II
   •  CT 6050 - Mobile Web Development
   •  CT 6110 - IT Project Management
   •  CT 6111 - Information Security
   •  CT 6220 - Android Development and Programming
   •  CT 6270 - Mobile App Development
   •  CT 6320 - Pega System Architect Essentials
   •  CT 6440 - Information Visualization
   •  CT 6530 - Python Programming
   •  CT 6560 - Web Programming with PHP/MySQL
   •  CT 6610 - IT Intelligence and Business Strategy
   •  CT 6670 - Network Communications
   •  CT 6740 - Java - Advanced Topics
   •  CT 6770 - Network Programming
   •  CT 6820 - Special Projects
   •  CT 6870 - Advanced Network Communications
   •  CT 6890 - Quality Assurance and Testing
   •  CT 7610 - Database Management
   •  ECS 590x - Practicum/Internship in Computer Information Systems
   •  ECS 5100 - Computer Security: Foundations
   •  ECS 5200 - Database Security
   •  ECS 6200 - Managing Information Security
   •  ECS 6300 - Network Security
   •  ECS 6400 - Building Secure Web Applications
   •  ECS 6500 - Security and the Cloud
   •  ECS 6600 - Ethical Hacking
   •  ECS 6700 - Information Assurance
   •  ECS 6800 - Cryptography
   •  ECS 6900 - Digital Forensics Tools and Techniques

Digital Marketing

   •  DM 5010 - Foundations of Digital Marketing
   •  DM 5020 - Branding Using Social Media
   •  DM 6030 - Marketing Immersion

Digital Social Media

   •  DSM 5130 - Psychology of Social Media
   •  DSM 5310 - Social Media, Crowdsourcing, and Brand Development
   •  DSM 6310 - Trends in Digital and Social Media

Education

   •  ED 4000 - Methods of Instruction Across the Curriculum
   •  ED 4913 - Student Teaching: Special Education K-12
   •  ED 4914 - Student Teaching: Physical Education K-12
   •  ED 5000 - Technology and Information Literacy
   •  ED 5010 - Curriculum Design/Planning/Instruction/Assessment
   •  ED 5015 - Teaching Math
   •  ED 5020 - Curriculum & Methods of Teaching Language, Grammar and Writing: Developing Powerful Writers
   •  ED 5030 - Meeting the Needs of all Learners
   •  ED 5090 - Literature in the 21st Century: Exploring Literature for Youngsters, Adolescents, and Young Adults
   •  ED 5095 - Teaching Diversity Through Literature
   •  ED 5113 - Developing Grit Through Growth Mindset Education
   •  ED 5114 - Movement Breaks: Benefits for the Whole Child
   •  ED 5115 - Voice and Choice
   •  ED 5121 - Math Content for Elementary Teachers
   •  ED 5130 - Psychology of Learning Communities
   •  ED 5170 - Special Education: Disabilities, Issues, and Laws
   •  ED 5186 - Curriculum and Methods of Teaching Reading in the Content Area
   •  ED 5261 - Research Practicum I
   •  ED 5262 - Research Practicum II
   •  ED 5450 - Media Literacy for Social Change: Teaching Informational and Primary Texts
   •  ED 5451 - Storytelling in a Digital Age: Incorporating Media Literacy into the English Class
   •  ED 5452 - Critical Theory and Practice in Media and Digital Literacy: An Introduction to the Historical Context and Cultural Impact of the Methodologies
   •  ED 5453 - Tricks of the Trade: Using Digital Tools to Enhance the English Curriculum
   •  ED 5610 - STEAM Education: Integration, Challenge, and Curiosity
 

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