Nov 30, 2021  
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Augusta University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Computer Science

  
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    CSCI 2320 - Introduction to Computer Networking



    Introduces networking technology to include networking standards, networking media, networking hardware, access methods, network operating systems, TCP/IP basics, network security and the fundamentals of local area network and wide area network technologies. Credit not allowed for both CSCI 2320 & MINF 3614.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1200 >= D or CSCI1210 >= D or CSCI1301 >= D or CSCI2120 >= D

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CSCI 2330 - System Administration



    A basic study of the UNIX operating system geared towards the operating system user, future system administrator, and security officer. Topics include listing, finding, displaying and printing files; system security; command-line editing; handling backups, system resources, and file permissions; script programming; and other administrative tasks.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1200 >= C or CSCI1210 >= C or CSCI1301 >= C or CSCI2120 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CSCI 2700 - Ethics in Computer Science



    A study of the ethical, social and legal impacts of computers and their applications. Specific attention will be paid to professional responsibility, issues of privacy, property rights, legal issues and real risks. Corequisite: CSCI 1301.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1301 >= D

    Credit Hours: 2
    Lecture Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No


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    CSCI 2950 - Selected Topics



    Modern concepts in special areas of computer science. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    CSCI 2980 - Applications Seminar



    Study and analysis of current computer applications, current computer hardware and computer‑related careers. Corequisite: CSCI 1301 or CSCI 2060.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1301 or CSCI2060

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No Co-Requisites: CSCI2301


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    CSCI 3030 - Mathematical Structures for Computer Science



    The course prepares Computer Science majors for advanced study by emphasizing components of Discrete Mathematics related to Computer Science. The topics include sets, functions and relations, logic, Boolean algebra, graph theory, proof techniques and matrices. Examples will emphasize Computer Science applications.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: MATH2011 >= C or MATH1220 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No


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    CSCI 3170 - Computer Organization



    A study of logic circuits and computer organization. Topics include Boolean algebra representation and minimization, logic gates, the design and analysis of combinational and sequential circuits, and registers, ALU and data paths.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1302 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3271 - Operating System



    A study of computer operating systems and related computer architecture topics. Topics include process management, scheduling, synchronization, deadlock, memory management, virtual memory, disk management, file systems, I/O and protection.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1302 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3300 - Programming Languages Concepts



    This course is centered around the concepts of the design and advanced features of programming languages. The differences between functional, imperative, and object-oriented programming will be discussed. Syntax specification, program evaluation, typing, abstract data types, and recursion will be discussed.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (CSCI3030 >= C or CSCI3400 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3370 - Assembly Language Programming



    A study of the fundamentals of assembly language programming concepts and techniques. Topics include the representation of instructions and data, the use of registers, the stack, and addressing techniques. In addition, translating high-level programming statements into well-structured assembly code is studied.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1302 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3400 - Data Structures



    A study of the techniques for representation and manipulation of structured data within a digital computer. Programming assignments illustrating a variety of data structures.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1302 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3410 - Database Systems



    This course offers an introduction to database systems as a key concept in information management. The course covers logical and physical database organization, data models, file structures, indexing, hashing, query optimization, and design issues. This course will cover the design and implementation of databases.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3400 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3420 - Distributed and Mobile Systems



    This course covers the fundamentals of distributed computing and mobile systems including techniques for creating distributed and mobile applications.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3271 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3430 - Artificial Intelligence



    This course covers the fundamentals of heuristic problem solving using search techniques, genetic algorithms, knowledge representation, and expert systems.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3400 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3500 - Theory of Computation



    A study of the major theoretical topics needed for a well-rounded knowledge of computer science. These will include automata, formal languages, asymptotic, NP-completeness, formal verification and the design of algorithms.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3030 >= C and CSCI3400 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3520 - Introduction to Cyber Security



    Overview of information security practices and needs. Topics include information security, types of attacks, risk analysis and management, security technologies, and basic information security implementation.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: AIST2320 >= C or MINF3614 >= C or CSCI3271 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CSCI 3531 - Introduction to Defensive Cyber Operations



    Overview of network security activities and techniques. Heavy use of information security tools will be demonstrated and practiced.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3520 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3532 - Cyber Network Defense and Counter Measures



    Emphasis placed on understanding the tools and devices used to secure a computer network (i.e. firewall, IDS, IPS). Course includes hands-on lab activities where techniques and procedures are displayed and tested.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3520 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3541 - Digital Forensics



    Overview of information security forensics activities. Topics include digital forensics investigative basics, techniques, and digital forensics examination criteria. Course includes hands-on lab activities where techniques and procedures are displayed and tested.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3520 >= C or AIST2320 >= C and AIST2330 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 3551 - Cellular and Mobile Technology



    This course explores mobile and cellular technologies. Students will gain a solid understanding of the key principles of wireless and mobile networks including security impact and mitigation techniques.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3271 >= C and CSCI3520 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CSCI 3600 - Internet Programming



    This is an advanced course in Internet programming for real-world business applications. The focus is on the complete application development cycle including analysis and design, implementation, verification, and demonstration/support. Course topics include multi-tier application design, network programming, XML, web server and client programming, JavaScript, AJAX, and web services.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1301 >= C and (CSCI3410 >= C or AIST3410 >= C) and (AIST2220 >= C or MINF3618 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 4280 - TCP/IP Protocol Analysis



    Introduces network packet analysis and network traffic analysis techniques. Course provides in-depth coverage of the TCP/IP protocol suite. Popular diagnostic tools are used to monitor protocols in action and to understand how the network protocols work.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3271 >= C or CSCI2320 >= C or AIST2320 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 4531 - Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering



    Introduces malware analysis and reverse engineering techniques. Course provides in-depth coverage of the malware types, techniques, and capabilities. Popular diagnostic tools are used to analyze malware, observe malware in action, and to understand how the malware works.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3370 >= C and CSCI3520 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CSCI 4532 - Hardware and Embedded Systems



    This course explores microcontroller design, embedded systems, and programmable logic devices (FPGAs). Hardware reverse engineering is introduced. Industrial Control Systems are examined as an implementation of embedded systems. There is a lab component to the course.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3170 >= C or PHYS3012 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CSCI 4711 - Software Engineering



    The software development process is examined. Current tools and techniques of software system analysis, design, implementation, and maintenance are presented in conjunction with case studies and team-oriented projects. Topics include process modeling, logic modeling, object-oriented modeling, UML, software metrics, prototyping, and software security.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI3410 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Computer Science


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    CSCI 4712 - Senior Capstone Project



    An individual or group project in the application of computer science. Emphasis is on the production of real-world software systems and may be conducted in cooperation with an external organization such as a commercial company or public agency.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI4711 >= C

    Credit Hours: 4
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 2

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Computer Science Class Restrictions: Senior-Semester


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    CSCI 4800 - Compiler Writing



    An examination of compiler techniques used in generating machine code. Topics covered include scanning and parsing, code generating, optimization and error recovery. Programming projects in compiler construction.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (CSCI3500 >= C or CSCI341 >= C) and CSCI3370 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 4820 - Computer Graphics



    An examination of the hardware and software components of graphics systems and their applications. Programming assignments to illustrate the creation and manipulation of graphic displays using a simple graphics package.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CSCI1302 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Applied Information Systems, Computer Science


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    CSCI 4950 - Selected Topics



    Modern concepts in special areas of computer science. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor and approval by Computer Science Curriculum Committee.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    CSCI 4960 - Undergraduate Internship



    An internship in a service-learning experience based in an institution or agency, emphasizing the completion of a specific task and the acquisition of specific knowledge and skills under the supervision of the university and the cooperating institution or agency. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Department Chair.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 5
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    CSCI 4980 - Computer Science Seminar



    To expose the students to current areas of computer research and advanced topics in computer science, such as artificial intelligence, nonprocedural languages, CASE tools and software engineering, parallel computing, computer modeling and expert systems. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 2
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 2

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    CSCI 4990 - Undergraduate Research



    Individual research in computer science. A minimum of three hours per week for each semester hour credit. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Department Chair.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 0 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    CSCI 6950 - Selected Topics



    A variable content course intended to meet the needs and interests of graduate students in selected areas of computer science. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Department Chair and Instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Major Restrictions: Info Security Management Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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Cooperative Education

  
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    COOP 2000 - Alternating Cooperative Education



    The student participates in a Co-op work experience related to his or her field of study and alternates between semesters of full-time work and enrollment in school full-time. Registration for this course during work semesters is equivalent to full-time student status. Alternating positions require a minimum of two work terms. Prerequisite(s): Minimum overall GPA (cumulative or adjusted) of 2.5, a declared major, with at least 24 semester hours complete toward a baccalaureate degree or one full semester (9 hours) toward a master’s degree or post-baccalaureate work. Approval from the Career Services Office.

    Grade Mode: Normal

    Credit Hours: 0
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    COOP 2001 - Parallel Cooperative Education



    A part-time, on-going work plan directly related to the student’s field of study. Students must work a minimum of fifteen hours per week while continuing enrollment in school. The student can only maintain full-time academic status by being enrolled as a full-time student concurrent with their work plan. Prerequisite(s): Minimum overall GPA (cumulative or adjusted) of 2.5, a declared major, with at least 24 semester hours complete toward a baccalaureate degree or one full semester (9 hours) toward a master’s degree or post-baccalaureate work. Minimum of two terms of work experience and approval from the Career Services Office.

    Grade Mode: Normal

    Credit Hours: 0
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    COOP 2002 - Cooperative Internship



    A one semester, non-credit, paid work experience related to the student’s field of study. The number of work hours is determined by the student’s individual academic needs and the agency’s needs. This course number is not used if the student is enrolled in an internship for credit with an academic department. Registration for this course is equivalent to full-time student status only if the internship is full-time and the student is not enrolled for course work concurrently during this period. Prerequisite(s): Minimum overall GPA (cumulative or adjusted) of 2.5, a declared major, with at least 24 semester hours complete toward a baccalaureate degree or one full semester (9 hours) toward a master’s degree or post-baccalaureate work. Minimum of one term of work experience and approval from the Career Services Office.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, Audit

    Credit Hours: 0
    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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Counseling

  
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    COUN 3660 - Helping Skills for Personal and Professional Environments



    An introduction to basic helping skills and their practical applications in a variety of personal and career settings. Students will learn and practice various helping techniques as well as how to apply these skills in work or personal environments.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    COUN 6620 - Human Growth and Development for Counselors



    The course is designed to broaden understanding of human growth and development across the life span with emphasis on the interwoven domains of development (physical, cognitive, social, and emotional) and the contextual factors influencing each. Theoretical, practical, and research perspectives will be examined as they apply to the profession of counseling.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Master of Education


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    COUN 6630 - Professional Orientation and Ethics



    This course is an introduction to the role, responsibilities, identity, and functions of the professional counselor. It will also provide basic legal and ethical information for issues involving school and community counselors. Resources will be provided to assist students in processing and confronting a variety of professional and ethical issues that do not have specific or clear solutions. Ideas will be exchanged to help clarify individual positions on many current issues that must be met by counselors.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6660 - Communication Skills in Counseling



    A didactic and experiential study of the core dimensions of counseling practice that include verbal and non-verbal skills aimed at establishing an empathic relationship that facilitates the client’s exploration of developmental problems and assists the client’s transition to awareness and initiating steps toward cognitive/behavioral change.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6670 - Group Counseling



    In this course, students will explore the fundamentals of group process and dynamics with an emphasis on group work in school and clinical mental health settings. The topics covered will include group theory, stages of development, ethics, methods, and group leadership. Practical approaches to group work with young people will also be addressed.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Other Contact Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Program Restrictions: 1MED-COUNSEL-MED-Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester


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    COUN 6680 - Theories and Techniques of Counseling



    An introduction to the theoretical approaches to counseling and their practical applications in a variety of clinical settings. Students will examine the effects of different counselor roles and values, ethical and legal considerations, and professional organizations.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6700 - Couples and Family Counseling



    An introduction to the principles of family systems theory and their applications in family therapy practice. Included are family life cycle development, stages of relationships, premarital assessment, marriage enrichment, intervention strategies, divorce adjustment, and issues such as codependency, single-parent families, and child, spouse, and elderly abuse. Specific techniques for conducting marriage and family therapy will be presented along with considerations of current issues and ethical practices. Students completing the course at the 7700 level will complete additional assignments.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6720 - Career Development Theories and Practice



    This course will provide student counselors with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct career counseling aimed at providing clients insight and direction related to their vocational goals. Students will examine theories of career development, sources of occupational and educational information, life-style and career decision-making processes, assessment instruments and program development.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6760 - Diversity Sensitivity in Counseling



    This course is designed to introduce the counselor trainee to the many aspects of counseling which are important to specific considerations for persons of a race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, age, or physical disability different from her or his own race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, age, or physical disability.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6770 - Crisis Intervention Counseling



    This course is designed to prepare students to respond effectively in critical situations, and to help counsel clients who are experiencing crisis events in their lives. Students will learn that crises interventions are founded on theory and be able to apply that theory to crisis intervention techniques. Special attention will be paid to counseling approaches for use with circumstantial and developmental life crisis.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6780 - School Counseling



    The course will provide an introduction to current concepts relative to the school counseling profession. Practical application of concepts within the diverse range of school environments will be covered. Structuring and implementation of a feasible, comprehensive school counseling program will be emphasized. Students completing this course at the 7780 level will complete additional course requirements. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6630 and COUN 6660, or permission of the instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6630 >= C and COUN6660 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6790 - Clinical Mental Health Counseling



    The practice of clinical mental health counseling will be discussed as well as the most current issues and practices for community work in the 21st century. Special emphasis will be placed on the practice of diversity, ethics, and the role of the counselor as a change agent and advocate. This course will include planning and implementing productive clinical mental health counseling programs, providing students with a basic understanding of the role of the clinical mental health counselor services offered by community agencies and information regarding the settings in which they are offered. Students completing this course at the 7790 level will complete additional course requirements. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6630 and COUN 6660.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6630 >= C and COUN6660 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6800 - Assessment, Diagnosis and Intervention



    This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop a knowledge base regarding the nomenclature and criteria imperative in the analysis and diagnosis of mental disorders. The student will also have an opportunity to become acquainted with treatment suggestions and crises intervention techniques. Students completing this course at the 7800 level will complete additional course requirements.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6820 - Administration and Consultation for School Counselors



    This is a didactic/experiential course providing beginning counselors with the knowledge necessary to: 1) develop and administer a comprehensive counseling program in school or community settings, and 2) develop the skills necessary to function as a consultant in psycho-educational and organizational settings. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6780/7780.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6780 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6840 - Introduction to Addictions Counseling



    This course is specifically designed to function as a specialty course in the graduate counselor training program. The course experience provides an overview of the strategies, methods, and knowledge necessary for the effective identification and treatment of a broad range of addictive behaviors. The course will examine the biological, psychological, sociological, and behavioral components of addiction. As such, the course will focus on such issues as drug effects, assessment and diagnosis, counseling interventions, effects on family functioning and family interventions, relapse prevention, change maintenance strategies, primary prevention programming, and the related research.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6850 - Treatment Planning in Clinical Mental Health Counseling



    This course is advanced study in theoretical techniques and interventions in counseling. Experiential in nature, the course will help students integrate diagnostic, case conceptualization and treatment planning skills, and review empirically-supported treatments and best practices for measuring client outcomes in a managed care context. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6680, COUN 6800.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6680 >= C and COUN6800 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6860 - Counseling Children and Adolescents



    This course has been specifically designed for graduate students specializing in the school counseling track and for those students in the community counseling specialty who hold a professional interest in working extensively with children and adolescents in a variety of community practice settings. The course is designed to address both theoretical and practice aspects of counseling children. The course will synthesize concepts from research and practice and will involve students in current methods for helping children and adolescents with specific developmental, social, or behavioral problems. Special issues relative to counseling exceptional children, as well as children attempting to contend with divorce, death, abuse, satanic cults, homelessness, alcoholism, and AIDS will also be addressed. Students completing this course at the 7860 level will complete additional course requirements. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6620.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6620 >= C and COUN6630 >= C and COUN6660 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6870 - Gender Issues in Counseling



    This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop a knowledge base regarding the theories and research about gender and sex-role socialization. Biological, cognitive, psychological, and emotional differences between males and females are explored. Gender-related problems, situations, and other counseling concerns are addressed (i.e., domestic violence, single-parent families, mid-life crises). Students apply concepts and constructs to develop gender-appropriate treatment plans and implement gender-sensitive therapeutic techniques and skills.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 6880 - Practicum in School Counseling



    This course is designed to function as the student’s first clinical skills-building experience with particular emphasis on helping each student develop his/her therapeutic skills with a range of client presenting concerns in a school setting. Students are required to complete a supervised clinical experience that totals a minimum of 150 clock hours. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6630, COUN 6660 and COUN 6680.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6630 >= C and COUN6660 >= C and COUN6680 >= C and PSYC6147 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester

    Fee Detail Code Description
    COUF
    Fee Amount
    200
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    COUN 6890 - Practicum in Clinical Mental Health Counseling



    The Practicum in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is designed to function as the student’s first clinical skills-building experience with particular emphasis on helping each student develop his/her therapeutic skills with a range of client presenting concerns within a clinical mental health setting. Candidates are required to complete a supervised clinical experience that totals a minimum of 150 clock hours. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6630, COUN 6660, COUN 6680, and COUN 6850.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6630 >= C and COUN6660 >= C and COUN6680 >= C and COUN6850 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester

    Fee Detail Code Description
    COUF
    Fee Amount
    200
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    COUN 6900 - Internship I in School Counseling



    Counseling Internship I is designed to meet certification and accreditation standards. This is a tutorial form of instruction designed to be completed in a K-12 school setting outside of the university. The internship provides an opportunity for the student to perform a variety of professional counseling activities that a regularly employed counselor in the schools would be expected to perform. The program requires students to complete a clinically supervised internship of 300 clock hours each semester. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6880.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6880 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester

    Fee Detail Code Description
    COUF
    Fee Amount
    200
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    COUN 6910 - Internship I in Clinical Mental Health Counseling



    Internship I in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is a tutorial form of instruction designed to be completed in a counseling facility outside of the university. The internship provides an opportunity for the candidate to perform, within a clinical mental health setting, a variety of professional counseling activities that a regularly employed staff member in the setting would be expected to perform. This class requires completion of a 300 hour clinically supervised internship. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6880.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6880 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester

    Fee Detail Code Description
    COUF
    Fee Amount
    200
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    COUN 6920 - Internship II in School Counseling



    This is the second part of an Internship and the Capstone course for the M.Ed. program in counseling. This is a tutorial form of instruction designed to be completed in a K-12 school setting outside the university. The internship provides an opportunity for the student to perform a variety of professional counseling activities that a regularly employed counselor in the schools would be expected to perform. The program requires students to complete a clinically supervised internship of 300 clock hours to bring the total number of internship hours to 600 clock hours. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6900.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6900 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester

    Fee Detail Code Description
    COUF
    Fee Amount
    200
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    COUN 6930 - Internship II in Clinical Mental Health Counseling



    Internship II in Clinical Mental Health Counseling is a tutorial form of instruction designed to be completed in a counseling facility outside of the university. The internship provides an opportunity for the candidate to perform, within a clinical mental health setting, a variety of professional counseling activities that a regularly employed staff member in the setting would be expected to perform. This class requires completion of a 300 hour clinically supervised internship. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6910.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6910 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester

    Fee Detail Code Description
    COUF
    Fee Amount
    200
    Fee Type
    FLAT


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    COUN 6950 - Problems and Issues in the Practice of Counseling



    The course is a variable credit, supervised independent study or seminar in contemporary problems and issues in the field of counseling. Students will receive instructor supervision and expertise, and complete a collaboratively developed research project. Course may be repeated for credit. Students completing this course at the 7950 level will complete additional course requirements. Prerequisite(s): Graduate status and prior approval by the faculty instructor or supervisor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS, Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 7700 - Couples and Family Counseling



    An introduction to the principles of family systems theory and their applications in family therapy practice. Included are family life cycle development, stages of relationships, premarital assessment, marriage enrichment, intervention strategies, divorce adjustment, and issues such as codependency, single-parent families, and child, spouse, and elderly abuse. Specific techniques for conducting marriage and family therapy will be presented along with considerations of current issues and ethical practices. Students completing the course at the 7700 level will complete additional assignments.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7780 - School Counseling



    The course will provide an introduction to current concepts relative to the school counseling profession. Practical application of concepts within the diverse range of school environments will be covered. Structuring and implementation of a feasible, comprehensive school counseling program will be emphasized. Students completing this course at the 7780 level will complete additional course requirements. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6630 and COUN 6660, or permission of the instructor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6630 >= C and COUN6660 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7790 - Clinical Mental Health Counseling



    TThe practice of clinical mental health counseling will be discussed as well as the most current issues and practices for community work in the 21st century. Special emphasis will be placed on the practice of diversity, ethics, and the role of the counselor as a change agent and advocate. This course will include planning and implementing productive clinical mental health counseling programs, providing students with a basic understanding of the role of the clinical mental health counselor services offered by community agencies and information regarding the settings in which they are offered. Students completing this course at the 7790 level will complete additional course requirements. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6630 and COUN 6660.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6630 >= C and COUN6660 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7800 - Assess, Diagnosis and Intervention



    This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop a knowledge base regarding the nomenclature and criteria imperative in the analysis and diagnosis of mental disorders. The student will also have an opportunity to become acquainted with treatment suggestions and crises intervention techniques. Students completing this course at the 7800 level will complete additional course requirements.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7840 - Introduction to Addictions Counseling



    This course is specifically designed to function as a specialty course in the graduate counselor training program. The course experience provides an overview of the strategies, methods, and knowledge necessary for the effective identification and treatment of a broad range of addictive behaviors. The course will examine the biological, psychological, sociological, and behavioral components of addiction. As such, the course will focus on such issues as drug effects, assessment and diagnosis, counseling interventions, effects on family functioning and family interventions, relapse prevention, change maintenance strategies, primary prevention programming, and the related research. Students completing this course at the 7840 level will complete additional course requirements.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester


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    COUN 7850 - Treatment Planning in Clinical Mental Health Counseling



    This course is advanced study in theoretical techniques and interventions in counseling. Experiential in nature, the course will help students integrate diagnostic, case conceptualization and treatment planning skills, and review empirically-supported treatments and best practices for measuring client outcomes in a managed care context. Students completing this course at the 7850 level will complete additional coruse requirements. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6680, COUN 6800.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6680 >= C and COUN6800 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7860 - Counseling Children and Adolescents



    This course has been specifically designed for graduate students specializing in the school counseling track and for those students in the community counseling specialty who hold a professional interest in working extensively with children and adolescents in a variety of community practice settings. The course is designed to address both theoretical and practice aspects of counseling children. The course will synthesize concepts from research and practice and will involve students in current methods for helping children and adolescents with specific developmental, social, or behavioral problems. Special issues relative to counseling exceptional children, as well as children attempting to contend with divorce, death, abuse, satanic cults, homelessness, alcoholism, and AIDS will also be addressed. Students completing this course at the 7860 level will complete additional course requirements. Prerequisite(s): COUN 6620.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN6620 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7870 - Gender Issues in Counseling



    This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop a knowledge base regarding the theories and research about gender and sex-role socialization. Biological, cognitive, psychological, and emotional differences between males and females are explored. Gender-related problems, situations, and other counseling concerns are addressed (i.e., domestic violence, single-parent families, mid-life crises). Students apply concepts and constructs to develop gender appropriate treatement plans and implement gender-sensitive therapeutic techniques and skills. Students completing this course at the 7870 level will complete additional course requirements.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7910 - Professional Identity and Development in Counseling



    This course is designed to build upon basic knowledge of the role, responsibilities, identity, and functions of the professional counselor. It will provide information on the characteristics and practices of expert counselors. Resources will be provided to assist students with initiating personal wellness and professional development plans. Students will write and submit a formal proposal for presentation at a professional counselors meeting. Ideas will be exchanged to help clarify individual positions on a variety of current issues in counseling. Prerequisite(s): Program admission is required.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 3 Lab Hours: 0 TO 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7930 - Advanced Multicultural Awareness



    This course is designed to build upon a basic knowledge of the cultural context of relationships, issues, and trends in a multicultural and diverse society. Factors such as culture, ethnicity, nationality, age, gender, sexual orientation, mental and physical characteristics, education, family values, religious and spiritual values, socioeconomic status, and unique characteristics of individuals, couples, families, ethnic groups, and communities will be considered. Students also will explore how counselors and clients experience crossing cultural boundaries, methods for effecting change related to culture, multicultural strategies for working with clients, and multicultural issues in counselor supervision. Prerequisite(s): Program admission or permission of the instructor is required.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 3 Lab Hours: 0 TO 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7940 - Advanced Counseling Theory



    This course is designed as a didactic and experiential in-depth study of counseling theories including traditional, multicultural, feminist, and developmental perspectives. Formulation and evaluation of the theoretical basis for approaches to counseling include a study of historical and contemporary perspectives. Prerequisite(s): Program admission is required.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 3 Lab Hours: 0 TO 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7950 - Problems and Issues in the Practice of Counseling



    The course is a variable credit, supervised independent study or seminar in contemporary problems and issues in the field of counseling. Students will receive instructor supervision and expertise, and complete a collaboratively developed research project. Course may be repeated for credit. Students completing this course at the 7950 level will complete additional course requirements. Prerequisite(s): Graduate status and prior approval by the faculty instructor or supervisor.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7960 - Counseling Supervision



    A comparative study of major approaches to counseling supervision and related research with emphasis on historical foundations of supervision, supervisor traits, and application of concepts and techniques to specific practice settings. Prerequisite(s): Program admission is required.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 3 Lab Hours: 0 TO 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7965 - Advanced Practicum in Counseling Supervision I



    This course provides practical experience for counseling professionals who will have responsibility directing personal and professional development of counselors, promoting counselor competency, and developing and implementing counseling services and programs. Students gain practice in the supervisory role over three semesters through their participation as individual and/or group supervisors as they are monitored by counseling program faculty. Prerequisite(s): Program admission is required; completion of or concurrent enrollment with COUN 7960.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN7960 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 1 Lab Hours: 0 TO 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7966 - Advanced Practicum in Counseling Supervision II



    This course provides practical experience for counseling professionals who will have responsibility directing personal and professional development of counselors, promoting counselor competency, and developing and implementing counseling services and programs. Students gain practice in the supervisory role over three semesters through their participation as individual and/or group supervisors as they are monitored by counseling program faculty. Prerequisite(s): Program admission is required; completion of COUN 7960.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN7960 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 1 Lab Hours: 0 TO 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7967 - Advanced Practicum in Counseling Supervision III



    This course provides practical experience for counseling professionals who will have responsibility directing personal and professional development of counselors, promoting counselor competency, and developing and implementing counseling services and programs. Students gain practice in the supervisory role over three semesters through their participation as individual and/or group supervisors as they are monitored by counseling program faculty. Prerequisite(s): Program admission is required; completion of COUN 7960.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: COUN7960 >= C

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 1 Lab Hours: 0 TO 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7970 - Advanced Seminar in Group Counseling



    This course is structured as a supervision seminar and is designed for students who have had introductory coursework in group techniques, at least one counseling practicum, experience as a group member, and preferably, some experience leading groups. It is assumed that students understand fundamental group dynamics, group development theory, the role of the group leader, and basic skills necessary to lead groups. The goals of this course are to deepen students’ understanding of essential group leadership concepts and skills and to help students achieve advanced levels of theoretical conceptualizations in working with groups. Prerequisite(s): Program admission is required.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 3 Lab Hours: 0 TO 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7980 - Advanced Internship in Counseling



    In this course, students will explore the fundamentals of group process and dynamics with an emphasis on group work in school and clinical mental health settings. The topics covered will include group theory, stages of development, ethics, methods, and group leadership. Practical approaches to group work with young people will also be addressed.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Other Contact Hours: 6

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 1

    College Restrictions: College of Education Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Program Restrictions: 1EDS-COUN ED-EDS-Counselor Education Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Class Restrictions: Graduate-Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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    COUN 7990 - Professional and Community Collaboration



    This experiential and collaborative inter-program course is designed to equip educators with proven skills and tools for initiating and sustaining systemic change to transform schools through promoting, leading, and participating in high performance integrated educational teams. This course will focus on effective interpersonal and organizational communication related to today’s pressing issues in American schools. Key areas will include presentation skills, facilitation, team building, and organizational change. The course is intentionally designed to be delivered in three intensive weekends to immerse students in course content and group dynamics. Prerequisite(s): Program admission or permission of the instructor is required.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 0 TO 3 Lab Hours: 0 TO 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Counselor Education-EDS Level Restrictions: Graduate Semester Degree Restrictions: Specialist in Education


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CPR for Dentistry

  
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    CPRD 5001 - Basic Cardiac Life Support I



    In this course the student completes a Basic Cardiac Life Support Healthcare Provider course according to the standards established by the American Heart Association.

    Grade Mode: Normal

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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    CPRD 5002 - Basic Cardiac Life Support II



    In this course the student completes a Basic Cardiac Life Support Healthcare Provider course according to the standards established by the American Heart Association.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    College Restrictions: Dental College of Georgia


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    CPRD 5602 - Basic Cardiac Life Support II



    In this course the student completes a Basic Cardiac Life Support Healthcare Provider course according to the standards established by the American Heart Association.

    Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

    Credit Hours: 1
    Lecture Hours: 1

    Repeat Status: No

    Major Restrictions: Advanced Standing DMD


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Criminal Justice

  
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    CRJU 1103 - Introduction to Criminal Justice



    The history and philosophy of law enforcement, criminal justice administration, and criminal rehabilitation. Criminal justice is examined as a product of social forces and as a modern institution which impacts upon other social institutions. Emphasis on criminal justice as a process involving many organizations and agencies with diverse clientele and purposes.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 2950 - Selected Topics



    A variable content course. Either 1) a faculty-initiated course which allows students the opportunity to enroll in specifically titled courses, or 2) a student-initiated directed study at an introductory level. Prerequisite(s): CRJU 1103; permission of instructor; and contractual agreement with department chair. Only one 2950 course may be included in the major.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CRJU1103 >= D

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 99


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    CRJU 3329 - Introduction to Police Science



    A survey of the philosophical and historical background of law enforcement and the role it plays in our society today. Emphasis will be placed on the development, organization, operation, and results of the different systems of law enforcement in America.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (CRJU1103 >= D or CJ1103 >= D or CJ103 >= D) and (SOCI1160 >= D or SOC202 >= D)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 3330 - Social Deviance



    Covers theoretical and empirical issues in the understanding and designations of deviant behavior; addresses the analysis or the social causes and consequences of deviance, conformity, and societal reactions.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: SOCI1160 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 3331 - Youth and Society



    A study of the history of changing conceptions of childhood, the family, and childhood socialization; the invention of adolescence and the various attributions to childhood and adolescence; and a survey of major developmental schemes of adolescence with an emphasis on characteristics of American adolescence as conducive to delinquency.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: SOCI1160 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 3332 - Juvenile Delinquency



    The philosophy, theory, and history of juvenile delinquency, including its causes, preventions, and measurement from sociological perspectives.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: SOCI1160 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 3333 - Introduction to Corrections



    A survey of the correctional field, including probation, imprisonment, parole, and community corrections. Specific concern will be with the evolution of these programs, their present structure, and current problems.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: CJ1103 >= D or CRJU1103 >= D or CJ103 >= D

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 3334 - Institutional Corrections



    A survey of institutional confinement or the punishment and rehabilitation of criminal offenders. Specific concerns will focus on the history of confinement, the philosophical, legal, and social justifications of incarceration, and the current problems and criticisms of correctional institutions.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (CJ1103 >= D or CJ103 >= D or CRJU1103 >= D) or (SOCI1101 >= D or SOC101 >= D)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 3335 - Community Corrections



    A survey of non-institutional corrections in the American administration of justice including relevant legal and philosophical issues surrounding those practices. Specific concerns include the use of probation and parole in relation to institutional confinement, the variety of contemporary programs, and their presence in society.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (CRJU1103 >= D or CJ1103 >= D or CJ103 >= D) or (SOCI1101 >= D or SOC101 >= D) and (SOCI1160 >= D or SOC202 >= D)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 3336 - Women, Crime and the Criminal Justice System



    A sociological analysis of women as criminal offenders and as workers in criminal justice fields. Examines the socio-historical construction of gender for its influences on criminal law and the practices of criminal justice agencies. Covers historical perspectives on women and crime, the adequacy of contemporary criminological perspectives for explaining female criminality.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: SOCI1160 >= C or WMST1101 >= C or CRJU1103 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 3341 - White Collar Crime



    The study of criminal abuse of trust and power in corporations and government, including corporate abuse of power against owners, employees, publics-in-contact, and the public-at-large, as well as official response to such crimes. Organized crime, computer crime, electronic crime, securities fraud, and relevant law enforcement strategies are analyzed and contrasted with street crime.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (CRJU1103 >= D or CJ1103 >= D or CJ103 >= D) or (SOCI1101 >= D or SOC101 >= D)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 3540 - Cyber Crime



    An introduction to cyber crime from a criminological perspective. This course will cover the history of computer based crime; the legal, social, and technical impact of cybercrime; and the types of crimes committed with the assistance of a computer. Additional topics include investigating and policing the cyber world, punishment and jurisdiction issues, and victimization.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No

    Class Restrictions: Sophomore-Semester


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    CRJU 3950 - Selected Topics



    A variable content course. Either 1) a faculty-initiated course which allows students the opportunity to enroll in specifically titled courses, or 2) a student-initiated directed study at an introductory level. Prerequisite(s): SOCI 1160; permission of instructor, and contractual agreement with department chair.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: SOCI1160 >= D

    Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
    Lecture Hours: 1 TO 3

    Repeat Status: Yes Repeat Limit: 98


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    CRJU 4336 - Gender and Victimization



    A sociological analysis of crime victims and victim-service agencies. Traces the historical development of the field of victimology. Examines the influence of gender on victimization experiences and practices of criminal justice and victim-service agencies.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: SOCI3380 >= C and (SOCI3002 >= C or SOCI3003 >= C) or WMST1101 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 4431 - Criminology



    The study of criminal behavior and its treatment. The development of criminal behavior and societal reaction in contemporary society are addressed in terms of major social theories of crime and its causation. The treatment and rehabilitation of the offender by probation, imprisonment, and parole are addressed in terms of philosophy and policy.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (SOCI3002 >= C or SOCI3003 >= C) and SOCI3380 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 4433 - Juvenile Justice



    The historical development of juvenile justice including the establishment of the juvenile court and juvenile corrections in America, including the philosophical, social, and legal justifications of juvenile justice, contrasts the processing of juveniles with that of adult offenders, and focuses on contemporary issues and problems in juvenile justice.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (CRJU4431 >= C or CJ4431 >= C or CJ431 >= C) or (CRJU4432 >= C or CJ4432 >= C or CJ432 >= C) or (SOCI4431 >= C or SOC431 >= C) or (CRJU3332 >= C or SOCI3332 >= C)

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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    CRJU 4436 - Obedience and Authority



    An examination of the interactions among social structures, societal conditions and social selves that promote obedience to authority as well of those that build communities of dissent and resistance.

    Grade Mode: Normal, Audit

    Prerequisites: (SOCI3002 >= C or SOCI3003 >= C) and SOCI3380 >= C

    Credit Hours: 3
    Lecture Hours: 3

    Repeat Status: No


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