Aug 24, 2019  
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-14 
    
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-14 [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


The course information (including course titles, descriptions, credit hours, requisites, repeat/retake information, and active status) contained in this catalog is effective as of Fall Semester 2013-14. This information is necessarily subject to change at the discretion of Ohio University.

 

Communication Studies

   •  COMS 2170 - Advanced Forensics
   •  COMS 2200 - Oral Interpretation of Literature
   •  COMS 2350 - Introduction to Communication Theory
   •  COMS 2400 - Information Diffusion
   •  COMS 2900 - Special Topics in Communication Studies
   •  COMS 2970T - Communication Studies Tutorial
   •  COMS 2971T - Communication Studies Tutorial
   •  COMS 2980T - Communication Studies Tutorial
   •  COMS 2981T - Communication Studies Tutorial
   •  COMS 3060 - Interpersonal Conflict Management
   •  COMS 3200 - Communication and New Technology
   •  COMS 3300 - Environmental Communication
   •  COMS 3400 - Introduction to Health Communication
   •  COMS 3410 - Women and Health Communication
   •  COMS 3420 - Field Research Methods in Communication
   •  COMS 3500 - Introduction to Organizational Communication
   •  COMS 3501 - Advanced Organizational Communication
   •  COMS 3520 - Empirical Research Applications in Communication
   •  COMS 3600 - Introduction to Communication in Public Advocacy
   •  COMS 3601 - Courtroom Rhetoric
   •  COMS 3602 - Political Rhetoric
   •  COMS 3603 - Contemporary Culture and Rhetoric
   •  COMS 3610 - Advanced Argument and Debate
   •  COMS 3620 - Rhetorical Analysis and Criticism
   •  COMS 3920 - Practicum in Communication Education
   •  COMS 3970T - Communication Studies Tutorial
   •  COMS 3980T - Communication Studies Tutorial
   •  COMS 4030 - Advanced Presentations
   •  COMS 4050 - Meeting and Conference Planning
   •  COMS 4060 - Advanced Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMS 4070 - Effective Classroom Communication for Teachers and Trainers
   •  COMS 4071 - Nonverbal Communication for Teachers and Trainers
   •  COMS 4072 - Communication in Your Workplace: Strategies for Teachers and Administrators
   •  COMS 4073 - Effective Listening and Small Group Communication for Teachers and Trainers
   •  COMS 4074 - Family Communication for Teachers and Trainers
   •  COMS 4075 - Instructional Communication Assessment for Teachers and Trainers
   •  COMS 4076 - Children’s Conflict and Mediation for Teachers and Trainers
   •  COMS 4077 - Communicating with Diverse Students
   •  COMS 4100 - Cross-Cultural Communication
   •  COMS 4110 - Communicating with People with Disabilities
   •  COMS 4200 - Gender and Communication
   •  COMS 4410 - Communication in the Family
   •  COMS 4510 - Instructional Training and Development in Communication
   •  COMS 4530 - Communication and the Campaign
   •  COMS 4604 - Responsibilities and Freedom of Speech in Communication
   •  COMS 4630 - Rhetoric and Electronic Media
   •  COMS 4800 - Capstone Seminar in Communication
   •  COMS 4900 - Topics in Communication Studies
   •  COMS 4910 - Communication Studies Internship
   •  COMS 4911 - Health Communication Internship
   •  COMS 4912 - Organizational Communication Internship
   •  COMS 4913 - Communication in Public Advocacy Internship
   •  COMS 4920 - Practicum in Communication Studies
   •  COMS 4930 - Independent Study
   •  COMS 4970T - Communication Studies Tutorial
   •  COMS 4980T - Communication Studies Tutorial

Computer Science

   •  CS 2300 - Computer Programming in JAVA
   •  CS 2400 - Introduction to Computer Science I
   •  CS 2401 - Introduction to Computer Science II
   •  CS 2650 - Professional and Ethical Aspects of Computing
   •  CS 2900 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 2970T - Computer Science Tutorial
   •  CS 2971T - Computer Science Tutorial
   •  CS 2980T - Computer Science Tutorial
   •  CS 2981T - Computer Science Tutorial
   •  CS 3000 - Introduction to Discrete Structures
   •  CS 3200 - Organization of Programming Languages
   •  CS 3560 - Software Engineering Tools and Practices
   •  CS 3610 - Data Structures
   •  CS 3970T - Computer Science Tutorial
   •  CS 3980T - Computer Science Tutorial
   •  CS 4000 - Introduction to Distributed, Parallel, and Web-Centric Computing
   •  CS 4040 - Design and Analysis of Algorithms
   •  CS 4060 - Computation Theory
   •  CS 4100 - Introduction to Formal Languages and Compilers
   •  CS 4120 - Parallel Computing I
   •  CS 4160 - Problem Solving with Bioinformatics Tools
   •  CS 4170 - Data Mining With Applications in the Life Sciences
   •  CS 4180 - Statistical Foundation for Bioinformatics
   •  CS 4250 - Interactive Computer Graphics
   •  CS 4420 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 4440 - Data Communications
   •  CS 4500 - Advanced Object Oriented Design and GUI Techniques
   •  CS 4560 - Software Design and Development I
   •  CS 4561 - Software Design and Development II
   •  CS 4580 - Operating Systems II
   •  CS 4620 - Database Systems
   •  CS 4750 - Internet Engineering
   •  CS 4800 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CS 4900 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 4970T - Computer Science Tutorial
   •  CS 4980T - Computer Science Tutorial

Computer Science Technology

   •  CTCH 1250 - Introduction to Computers
   •  CTCH 1270 - Introduction to Website Management
   •  CTCH 1300 - Technologies for Project Planning and Communication
   •  CTCH 1330 - Introduction to Computer Programming
   •  CTCH 1600 - Network Concepts I
   •  CTCH 1610 - Network Concepts II
   •  CTCH 1620 - Network Systems I
   •  CTCH 1630 - Network Systems II
 

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