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    Western Michigan University
   
 
  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-18

Course Descriptions


 
   •  COM 2800 - Introduction to Organizational Communication
   •  COM 3000 - Communication Research Methods
   •  COM 3050 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  COM 3070 - Freedom of Expression
   •  COM 3320 - Teamwork and Communication
   •  COM 3340 - Argumentation and Debate
   •  COM 3350 - Leadership Communication
   •  COM 3400 - Global Media Literacy
   •  COM 3410 - Film Modes and Genres
   •  COM 3420 - The International Film Industry
   •  COM 3430 - American Film History
   •  COM 3440 - History of Animation
   •  COM 3480 - Public Relations Writing
   •  COM 3500 - Public Relations and Organizations
   •  COM 3540 - Web Design and Digital Communication
   •  COM 3550 - Digital Video Production: Nonfiction
   •  COM 3560 - Digital Video Production: Fiction
   •  COM 3570 - Introduction to TV Studio Production
   •  COM 3580 - TV and Film Scripting
   •  COM 3590 - Digital News Production
   •  COM 3740 - Interracial Communication
   •  COM 3840 - Organizational Communication Technologies
   •  COM 3980 - Independent Study Communication
   •  COM 4300 - Persuasion and Social Influence
   •  COM 4400 - Public Relations Case Studies
   •  COM 4410 - Documentary in Film and Television
   •  COM 4430 - Media and Social Change
   •  COM 4440 - Mass Communication, News, and Public Affairs
   •  COM 4450 - Media Criticism
   •  COM 4460 - Telecommunications Law and Policy
   •  COM 4480 - Media Management and Telecommunications
   •  COM 4490 - Communication Technology and Innovation
   •  COM 4500 - Public Relations Program Development
   •  COM 4570 - Advanced Video Production
   •  COM 4700 - Advanced Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 4720 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  COM 4740 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COM 4750 - Family Communication
   •  COM 4770 - Communication Ethics
   •  COM 4790 - Gender and Communication
   •  COM 4800 - Applied Topics in Organizational Communication
   •  COM 4830 - Interviewing
   •  COM 4840 - Health Communication
   •  COM 4990 - Internship
   •  COM 5060 - Special Topics in Global Communications
   •  COM 5550 - Multimedia Production
   •  COM 5600 - Teaching Communication
   •  COM 5640 - Telecommunications Networks
   •  CORP 2560 - Introduction to Community and Regional Planning
   •  CORP 3000 - History and Theory of Planning
   •  CORP 3030 - Planning Inquiry
   •  CORP 3040 - Methods of Planning Analysis
   •  CORP 4030 - Planning Law and Administration
   •  CORP 4120 - Professional Practice (Internship)
   •  CORP 4560 - Seminar in Community and Regional Planning
   •  CORP 5430 - Transportation Planning
   •  CORP 5540 - Outdoor Recreation: Resources and Planning
   •  CORP 5580 - Planning Studio
   •  CORP 5700 - Cities and Urban Systems
   •  CS 1000 - Fluency with Information Technology
   •  CS 1021 - Introduction to Engineering Computing I: Spreadsheets
   •  CS 1022 - Introduction to Engineering Computing II: Mathematical Software
   •  CS 1023 - Introduction to Engineering Computing III: Computer Programming
   •  CS 1050 - Introduction to Computers
   •  CS 1106 - Computational Thinking
   •  CS 1110 - Computer Science I
   •  CS 1120 - Computer Science II
   •  CS 1200 - Programming in C for Engineers
   •  CS 1310 - Foundations of Computer Science
   •  CS 2000 - Programming Language Experience
   •  CS 2100 - Introductory Topics in Computing Technology
   •  CS 2230 - Computer Organization and Assembly Language
   •  CS 2610 - R Programming for Data Science
   •  CS 3100 - Storage, Retrieval, and Processing of Big Data
   •  CS 3240 - System Programming Concepts
   •  CS 3310 - Data and File Structures
   •  CS 3400 - Graphical User Interface Development
   •  CS 3500 - Introduction to Web Technologies
   •  CS 3950 - Venture Project
   •  CS 4120 - Professional Field Experience
   •  CS 4310 - Design and Analysis of Algorithms
   •  CS 4430 - Database Management Systems
   •  CS 4540 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 4850 - Programming Languages
   •  CS 4900 - Software Systems Development I: Requirements and Design
   •  CS 4910 - Software Systems Development II: Implementation and Testing
   •  CS 4980 - The Computer Science Profession
   •  CS 4990 - Undergraduate Research in Computer Science
   •  CS 5250 - Computer Architecture
   •  CS 5260 - Parallel Computations
   •  CS 5270 - Computer Graphics
   •  CS 5300 - Artificial Neural Systems
   •  CS 5310 - Algorithms
   •  CS 5400 - Design of User Interfaces
   •  CS 5430 - Database Systems
   •  CS 5541 - Computer Systems
   •  CS 5550 - Computer Networks and Distributed Systems
   •  CS 5600 - Software Requirements Analysis and Design
   •  CS 5700 - Computer Security and Information Assurance
   •  CS 5710 - Network Security Fundamentals
 

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