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    Central Washington University
   
 
  Oct 23, 2017
 
 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 Courses numbered from 101–299 are lower-division courses, primarily for freshmen and sophomores; those numbered from 300–499 are upper-division courses, primarily for juniors and seniors. The numbers 296, 396, 496, and 596 designate individual study courses and are available for registration by prior arrangement with the course instructor and approval of the department chair.

The number in parentheses following the course title indicates the amount of credit each course carries. Variable credit courses include the minimum and maximum number of the credits within parentheses.

Not all of the courses are offered every quarter. Final confirmation of courses to be offered, information on new courses and programs, as well as a list of hours, instructor, titles of courses and places of class meetings, is available online in My CWU which can be accessed through the the CWU home page, and go to www.cwu.edu/registrar/course-information

 

Communication

   •  COM 405 - Advanced Advertising Copywriting
   •  COM 406 - Topics in Convergence Media
   •  COM 407 - Advanced Intercultural Communication
   •  COM 408 - Feature Writing
   •  COM 409 - Magazine Freelancing
   •  COM 420 - Media Buying and Placement
   •  COM 422 - Advanced Multi-camera Production
   •  COM 427 - Grant Writing and Fundraising
   •  COM 430 - Digital Cinematography
   •  COM 431 - Editing for Television and Film
   •  COM 432 - Directing TV and Film
   •  COM 440 - Corporate Media Production
   •  COM 441 - Documentary Production
   •  COM 442 - News Watch Reporting
   •  COM 446 - Pulse
   •  COM 447 - Narrative Screenwriting I
   •  COM 450 - Advanced Public Speaking
   •  COM 451 - Communication Analysis and Research
   •  COM 452 - Applied Video Production
   •  COM 453 - Applied Video Management
   •  COM 456 - History and Practice of Convergent Gaming
   •  COM 457 - Narrative Screenwriting II
   •  COM 460 - Communication Law
   •  COM 462 - NewsWatch Management
   •  COM 465 - Communication and Organizational Leadership
   •  COM 466 - Investigative Reporting and Writing
   •  COM 466LAB - Investigative Reporting and Writing Lab
   •  COM 467 - Narrative Screenwriting III
   •  COM 468 - Observer
   •  COM 469 - Media and Cultural Studies
   •  COM 470 - Public Relations Strategies
   •  COM 471 - Corporate Communication in Latin America
   •  COM 472 - Global Public Relations
   •  COM 473 - Crisis Communication Management
   •  COM 474 - Public Opinion
   •  COM 475 - Public Relations Management
   •  COM 478 - Advanced Newspaper Editing
   •  COM 481 - Central Communication Agency
   •  COM 483 - Advanced Central Communication Agency
   •  COM 485 - Senior Seminar
   •  COM 486 - Advanced Journalism Seminar
   •  COM 487 - Advanced Public Relations Seminar
   •  COM 489 - Portfolio Assessment
   •  COM 490 - Cooperative Education
   •  COM 491 - Workshop
   •  COM 492 - Communication Practicum
   •  COM 496 - Individual Study
   •  COM 498 - Special Topics
   •  COM 499 - Seminar

Computer Science

   •  CS 101 - Computer Basics
   •  CS 105 - The Logical Basis of Computing
   •  CS 110 - Programming Fundamentals I
   •  CS 111 - Programming Fundamentals II
   •  CS 112 - Foundations of Computer Science
   •  CS 250 - Web Development Technologies I
   •  CS 290 - Cooperative Education
   •  CS 298 - Special Topics
   •  CS 301 - Data Structures
   •  CS 302 - Advanced Data Structures and File Processing
   •  CS 311 - Computer Architecture I
   •  CS 312 - Computer Architecture II
   •  CS 325 - Technical Writing in Computer Science
   •  CS 351 - Web Development Technologies II
   •  CS 352 - Web Development Technologies III
   •  CS 361 - Principles of Language Design I
   •  CS 362 - Principles of Language Design II
   •  CS 367 - Advanced Visual Basic Programming
   •  CS 370 - Introduction to the UNIX Operating System
   •  CS 392 - Lab Experience in Teaching Computer Science
   •  CS 420 - Database Management Systems
   •  CS 427 - Algorithm Analysis
   •  CS 430 - Introduction to Computer Security
   •  CS 440 - Computer Graphics
   •  CS 441 - Computer Graphics II
   •  CS 442 - Computer Vision
   •  CS 445 - Data and Information Visualization
   •  CS 446 - User Interface Design and Development
   •  CS 450 - Computer Network and Data Communications
   •  CS 455 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CS 456 - Data Mining
   •  CS 457 - Computational Intelligence
   •  CS 458 - Artificial Intelligence Project
   •  CS 463 - Design Patterns
   •  CS 470 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 473 - Parallel Computing
   •  CS 475 - Programming for Distributed Environments
   •  CS 480 - Software Engineering
   •  CS 481 - Software Engineering Project
   •  CS 489 - Senior Colloquium
   •  CS 490 - Cooperative Education
   •  CS 491 - Workshop
   •  CS 492 - Laboratory Experience in Teaching Computer Science
   •  CS 493 - Practicum
   •  CS 495 - Directed Research
   •  CS 496 - Individual Study
   •  CS 498 - Special Topics
   •  CS 499 - Seminar

Construction Management

   •  CMGT 245 - Light Commercial Construction
   •  CMGT 265 - Blueprint Reading and Construction Graphics
   •  CMGT 267 - Plane Surveying
 

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