2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
    Jan 28, 2021  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering
0-999: Developmental precollege-level courses
1000-2999: Lower division courses intended for undergraduate credit only.  The first digit indicates the general level of the course:  1 for a first-year course, 2 for a second-year course
3000-4999: Upper division courses carrying undergraduate credit only.  The first digit indicates the general level of the course:  3 for a third-year course, 4 for a fourth-year course.
5000-5999: Courses that carry graduate credit only in a major field different from that of the department offering the course. 
6000-6999: Courses that carry graduate credit in any major field.  
7000-7999: Courses intended for graduate students only.
8000-9999: Courses intended for post-master or doctoral-level work.
Please note, when searching courses by “Code or Number”, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results.  For example, using “6*” will give all 6000 graduate-level courses.
 

Computer Science

  
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    CS 5300 - Computing Systems and Structures: Preparation towards Graduate Studies for Computing Professionals



    Credit Hour(s): 0
    This is an Online/Distance Education course primarily designed for working professional/non-traditional students’ reentry into university for advanced studies in Computer Science
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture/Lab Combination
  
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    CS 5810 - Introduction to Bioinformatics



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Tools-oriented approach to bioinformatics emphasizing DNA data structure, string representation in PERL, data searches, pairwise alignments, substitution patterns, protein structure prediction and modeling, proteomics, and use of web-based bioinformatic tools.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 5900 - Special Topics in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 4
    Special topics in computer science.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 5970 - Independent Study in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 6
    Independent study in computer science
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 6070 - Optimization Techniques



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Algorithms for optimizing real functions of several variables subject to equality and inequality constraints. Convexity properties of functions and sets, linear programming, simplex and interior point methods, integer programming, branch and bound algorithm, transportation problem, necessary and sufficient conditions for nonlinear function optimization, Newton and quasi-Newton methods, Lagrange multiplier conditions, Kuhn-Tucker conditions, dynamic programming. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level MTH 2320 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level MTH 2530 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6100 - Graduate Research Programming Practicum



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course teaches the fundamental concepts of practical research programming to prepare graduate students for developing simulations for computer science and computer engineering research. This class is a project-intensive boot camp for graduate students who came from non-ABET accredited programs, bachelor’s programs outside of computer science / computer engineering, or who otherwise need preparation in practical programming at the graduate level.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture/Lab Combination
  
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    CS 6240 - Coding Theory



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    An introduction to the essentials of error-correcting codes, including methods for efficient and accurate transfer of information. Perfect and related codes, linear and cyclic codes, BCH codes, Reed-Muller codes, Reed-Solomon cods, Self-dual codes, weight enumerators and bounds. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level MTH 2530 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6270 - Optimization Techniques



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Algorithms for optimizing real functions of several variables subject to equality and inequality constraints. Convexity properties of functions and sets, linear programming, simplex and interior point methods, integer programming, branch and bound algorithm, transportation problem, necessary and sufficient conditions for nonlinear function optimization, Newton and quasi-Newton methods, Lagrange multiplier conditions, Kuhn-Tucker conditions, dynamic programming. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level MTH 2320 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level MTH 2530 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6280 - Combinatorics and Graph Theory



    Credit Hour(s): 4
    Topics include: permutations, combinatorics, generating functions, recurrence relations, and Polya?s theory of counting, methods, results, and algorithms of graph theory, with emphasis on graphs as mathematical models applicable to organizational and industrial situations. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level MTH 2310 Minimum Grade of D and (Undergraduate level CS 1160 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level CS 1180 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level CEG 2170 Minimum Grade of D)
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6290 - Cryptography and Data Security



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Mathematical principles of cryptography and data security. Preliminary algebra and number theory will be briefly introduced. Various developments in cryptography will then be discussed, including the data encryption standard (DES), public-key encryption (RSA), cryptographic hash functions, digital signatures, key safeguarding schemes, and cryptographic protocols such as key exchange and entity authentication, identification schemes, electronic elections and digital cash. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level MTH 2530 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6370 - Parallel Programming for Many-Core GPUs



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course will introduce an important trend in high-performance computing, the use of many-core graphics processing units (GPUs) to solve computation-intensive problems. Students will learn about new many-core GPU architecture, CUDA programming model, memory hierarchy design, parallel programming concepts, and compiling techniques to improve parallelism. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CEG 5310 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level CEG 6350 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level CS 5100 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6700 - Introduction to Database Management Systems



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Logical and physical aspects of database management systems are surveyed. Data models including entity-relationship (ER) and relational models are presented. Physical implementation (data organization and indexing) methods are discussed. Query languages including SQL, relational algebra, relational calculus, and QBE are studied. Database schema design methods are presented. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 3100 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5100 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture/Lab Combination
  
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    CS 6710 - Introduction to Data Mining



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Introduction to the fundamentals of data mining. Emphasis is on data preparation/evaluation/exploration, association rules, classification, clustering, OLAP/OLAM, pattern/model evaluation, anomaly detection. Students will develop and use data mining software. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 3100 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5100 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture/Lab Combination
  
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    CS 6800 - Web Information Systems



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Covers topics in building Web-based applications involving variety of data; covers data, metadata, knowledge and ontologies; key Web languages and protocols; search engines, social networking, Web2.0, semantic web. Good programming skills are prerequisite. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): (Undergraduate level CS 3100 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5100 Minimum Grade of D) and Undergraduate level CS 3800 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6810 - Algorithms for Bioinformatics



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Theory-orientated approach to the application of contemporary algorithms to bioinformatics. Graph theory, complexity theory, dynamic programming and optimization techniques are introduced in the context of application toward solving specific computational problems in molecular genetics.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6830 - Systems Simulation



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Introduction to simulation concepts and techniques. Topics include modeling, discrete simulation, continuous simulation, random number generators, input distribution selection and analysis of simulation results. Emphasis is on the application of simulation techniques for analyzing behavior of real systems. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 3100 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5100 Minimum Grade of D and (Undergraduate level STT 3600 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level STT 3630 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level ISE 2211 Minimum Grade of D)
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6840 - Intro Machine Learning



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course offers an introduction to the field of probabilistic machine learning. Examples are drawn from sensor signal exploitation, biology, text processing, computer vision, and robotics. Key techniques are demonstrated and implemented in MATLAB. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 3260 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level ISE 2211 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level STT 3630 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6850 - Foundations of Artificial Intelligence



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Problem-solving methods in artificial intelligence (AI) with emphasis on heuristic approaches. Topics include knowledge representation, search, intelligent agents, planning, learning, natural language processing, logic, inference, robotics, and case-based reasoning. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours lab. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 2210 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6900 - Special Topics in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 4
    Special topics in computer science
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 6970 - Independent Study in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 6
    Independent study in computer science.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 7060 - Numerical Analysis I



    Credit Hour(s): 4
    Solutions of systems of linear and nonlinear equations, numerical solution of matrix eigenvalue problems, interpolation and numerical integration, numerical solution of initial and boundary value problems for differential equations. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Graduate level MTH 6550 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7070 - Numerical Analysis II



    Credit Hour(s): 4
    Finite difference and finite element methods for partial differential equations, including elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Graduate level MTH 5330 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level MTH 6550 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7100 - Advanced Programming Languages



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course provides a solid foundation in programming language specification and design. It covers different programming paradigms, algebraic specification and implementation of data types, and develops interpreters for specifying operationally various programming language constructs. It also introduces attribute grammar formalism and axiomatic basis for computer programming. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 3180 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5180 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7120 - Functional and Logic Programming



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course will discuss concepts of functional programming such as recursive definitions, polymorphic type inference, abstract data types, induction, etc. and concepts of logic programming such as model-theoretic semantics, logical deduction, backtracking, negation as failure, etc. The programming exercises will illustrate the utility of list-processing, pattern matching, abstraction of data/control, typing, etc. for problem solving. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 3180 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5180 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7140 - Advanced Software Engineering



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course covers advanced topics in software engineering. Aspects of problem specification, design, verification, and evaluation are discussed. We will focus on design methods, including software patterns and software architecture, plus some advanced topics involving formal methods of software specification or evaluation using software metrics. Students will participate in team projects to apply the methods discussed. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CEG 4110 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CEG 6110 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7200 - Algorithm Design and Analysis



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Study of algorithmic methods and associated computational complexity for problem solving. Techniques include divide and conquer methods, greedy algorithms, dynamic programming, and parallel algorithms. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 3100 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5100 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7210 - Network Science



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Emphasizes theoretical concepts that underpin the study of network or relational data emerging in any field of interest. Topics may include network representations, statistical network modeling, structural measures, node ranking and similarity, social network analysis, graph partitioning and community detection, large-scale networks, and diffusion processes.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7220 - Computability and Complexity



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Fundamentals of computability theory. Undecidability. Time and space complexity. Cook’s Theorem and NP completeness. Approximation strategies for intractable problems. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 3200 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5200 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7230 - Information Theory



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Course addresses the following questions that are fundamental to the design and evaluation of all information systems: What is information? How can we measure it? What are the fundamental limits on the extraction of information from the environment? What are the fundamental limits on the compression and refinement of information? How should devices be designed to approach these limits? How closely do existing devices approach these limits?
    Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level EE 3260 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7600 - Trust Networks



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course will introduce the fundamental concepts relevant to trust and security, and explore trust management issues in the context of interpersonal, sensor, and social networks.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7700 - Advanced Database Systems



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Introduction of design concepts, operating principles, current trends, and research issues in database systems. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 4700 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 6700 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7720 - Data Mining



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Data mining is concerned with the extraction of novel and useful knowledge from large amounts of data. This course studies the fundamental and advanced concepts, principles, issues, tasks and techniques of data mining. Topics include data preparation, data mining for various knowledge types, data mining from various data types and applications, evaluation and validation, scalability. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 4700 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 6700 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level CS 4850 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 6850 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture/Lab Combination
  
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    CS 7800 - Information Retrieval



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course covers foundations of information retrieval systems. Specifically, it discusses models for information retrieval; techniques for indexing and searching; design, implementation, and evaluation of web search engine; and algorithms for classification and clustering. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 3100 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5100 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7810 - Knowledge Representation and Reasoning



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    The course provides an introduction to how to represent knowledge and how to use it for automated reasoning. Currently, the primary focus is on Knowledge Representation for the Semantic Web, and as such representation languages for Ontologies will be covered in depth.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7820 - Advanced Topics in Semantic Web



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course is about the Semantic Web, a key enabler of Web 3.0. It goes beyond the recent language standards of RDF and OWL to understand new techniques, technologies and algorithms for making a broad variety of data meaningful and more amenable to processing by humans and machines (on the Web, as Web services, generated on social networks or generated by sensors and mobile devices). Topics covered include research in semantic search, browsing, integration, analysis and discovery. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CS 7810 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 7800 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Seminar
  
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    CS 7830 - Machine Learning



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Reviews the development of machine learning paradigms. Introductory topics include parameter adjustment methods, signature tables, and the application of genetic algorithms to artificial intelligence problem domains. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 4850 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 6850 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7840 - Soft Computing



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course explores soft computing from a historical, theoretical, and an application viewpoint. Techniques including evolutionary computation, neural computation, fuzzy set theory and approximate reasoning applied to problems in control, optimization, and classification are presented. Department Managed Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CS 3100 Minimum Grade of D or Graduate level CS 5100 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7850 - Privacy Aware Computing



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course will introduce the fundamental problems with data privacy and security in large scale data intensive distributed computing, and the existing techniques used to protect data privacy and security. Students will be exposed to the latest research problems in this area.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7900 - Special Topics in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 4
    Special topics in computer science
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7910 - Advanced Proposal Writing



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Emphasizes strategies for competitive research proposal writing in STEM fields, with a focus on communicating highly technical concepts at an appropriate level of complexity for a given audience and purpose. Includes evaluating requests for proposals, closely examining each section of research proposals, navigating the review process, and tailoring proposals to the major funding agencies.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 7920 - Independent Study in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 6
    Independent study in computer science.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 7950 - Master’s Thesis Research in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 12
    Master’s thesis research in computer science
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 7960 - Capstone Project - Cyber Security



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 12
    Capstone Project Research in Cyber Security
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 7980 - Part-time CPT in CS



    Credit Hour(s): 0 to 6
    Practical work experience in graduate level Computer Science.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Internship
  
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    CS 7990 - Full-time CPT in CS



    Credit Hour(s): 0 to 6
    Practical work experience in graduate level Computer Science.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Internship
  
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    CS 8900 - Special Topics in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 4
    Special topics in computer science.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CS 8910 - PhD Seminar in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1
    Seminar discussion of current research in computer science.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Seminar
  
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    CS 8920 - Independent Study in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 6
    Independent study in computer science.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 8930 - PhD Qualifying Exam



    Credit Hour(s): 1
    Examination that tests understanding of the fundamentals necessary to begin concentrated study in chosen Ph.D. research area.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 8940 - Residency Research in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 12
    Research on the Ph.D. dissertation topic taken in residence.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 8950 - Dissertation Research in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 12
    Research on the approved Ph.D. dissertation topic.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 8960 - PhD Candidacy Exam



    Credit Hour(s): 1
    Examination that tests for depth of understanding in a chosen computer science and computer engineering research area. Includes a written proposal for a Ph.D. topic and an oral examination, that is open to the public.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 8980 - Residency Research in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 6
    Research on the Ph.D. dissertation topic taken in residence.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CS 8990 - Dissertation Defense in Computer Science



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 6
    Examination on the Ph.D. dissertation. The written dissertation is submitted and must be successfully defended in the oral exam that is conducted by the dissertation committee and open to the public.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate. Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges: College of Egr & Computer Sci.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study

Cooperative Education

  
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    CPE 0910 - Cooperative Education I



    Credit Hour(s): 0
    Cooperative Education I: Full-time career-related work. Through cooperative education, students enhance professional preparation, develop job-related skills, test career interests, relate course of study to practical work situations, and earn income to meet educational expenses. CPE registration records co-op experiences on the transcript. Career Services staff enroll students in the CPE course and monitor their learning.
    Restrictions: May not be assigned one of the following Student Attributes: Intl Student (F1 or J1 visa).

    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Internship
  
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    CPE 0920 - Cooperative Education II



    Credit Hour(s): 0
    Cooperative Education II: Part-time career-related work. Through cooperative education, students enhance professional preparation, develop job-related skills, test career interests, relate course of study to practical work situations, and earn income to meet educational expenses. CPE registration records co-op experiences on the transcript. Career Services staff enroll students in the CPE course and monitor their learning.
    Restrictions: May not be assigned one of the following Student Attributes: Intl Student (F1 or J1 visa).

    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Internship

Corrections

  
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    CRT 1000 - Introduction to Corrections



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Trends and developments in all elements of a modern correctional system for the treatment of juvenile and adult offenders.
    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CRT 1010 - Introduction to Community Corrections



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Origins, organization and trends in current traditional and non-traditional (e.g., electronic monitoring, house arrest, day-treatment, boot-camp, fines) community corrections.
    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CRT 1030 - Correctional Management



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Trends and developments in modern correctional management.
    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CRT 1040 - Correctional Procedures and Operations



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Contemporary legal issues impacting corrections management. Using case law, how the First, Fourth, Fifth, Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments relate to the day-to-day issues of running a prison, jail, and other corrections programs, such as probation and parole.
    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CRT 2030 - Introduction to Probation and Parole



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Comprehensive, up to date, evidence-based practices and research for probation, release from prison, and other community-based alternatives. Community-based correctional programs in their historical, philosophical, social, and legal context with the opportunity to integrate real-life practice.
    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CRT 2990 - Law Enforcement Internship



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Opportunity to observe the criminal justice system in operation while comparing classroom theory with the day-to-day operation of the agency to which they are assigned and the roles and responsibilities of the professional in the field. Total of 40 clock hours, spread over the semester, in the agencies assigned.
    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Internship

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    CNL 4610 - Principles of Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    An overview of major counseling principles, theories, techniques, historical foundations, and services.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in the following Classifications: Junior, Senior.

    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 4630 - Mental Health Issues in Disability



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Factors influencing behavior of individuals and methods a rehabilitation specialist may use in observing, analyzing, and improving attitudes and behavior.
    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 4640 - Crisis Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Background, theory, practice, and needs of crisis intervention within the helping professions. Explores a variety of crisis intervention models and community resources.
    Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CNL 4610 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in the following Classifications: Junior, Senior.

    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 4670 - Group Background and Theory



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Surveys the background, theory, function, techniques, and the uses of small groups in counseling.
    Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate level CNL 4610 Minimum Grade of D and Undergraduate level RHB 4070 Minimum Grade of D
    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture/Lab Combination
  
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    CNL 4700 - Counseling Workshop



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 3
    Intensive study of selected areas in counseling to meet the particular needs of participating students, schools, and agencies. Titles vary.
    Level: Undergraduate
    Schedule Type(s): Seminar
  
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    CNL 6010 - Counseling Theory and Practice



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Presents an overview of the major theoretical approaches to counseling. Key concepts, therapeutic processes, and techniques will be examined. Opportunity will also be available for discussion of philosophical and ethical issues in counseling.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 6020 - Techniques of Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Laboratory practice in individual counseling techniques; focuses on the development of basic skills and procedures.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: Counseling - MA, Counseling - MRC, Counseling - MS, Marriage & Family Counslg - MS, Rehabilitation Counseling -MRC, School Counseling - MED.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture/Lab Combination
  
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    CNL 6030 - Statistics, Research and Program Evaluation for Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Surveys counseling and rehabilitation research, evidence-based practice, program evaluation, needs assessment, descriptive, inferential, qualitative, quantitative, and single-case designs statistical analysis, and ethical and culturally relevant strategies for interpreting and reporting human services research.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional. Must be enrolled in one of the following Programs: Counseling - MA, Counseling - MRC, Counseling - MS, Marriage & Family Counslg - MS, Rehabilitation Counseling -MRC, School Counseling - MED.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 6200 - Clinical Pathology in Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Introduces students in human services to basic phychopathology, factors influencing the behavior of individuals and methods a counselor may use in observing, analyzing and improving attitudes and behavior.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 6210 - Crisis Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Introduces students to the background, theory, practice, and needs of crisis intervention within the helping professions. A variety of crisis intervention models are explored, as are the various community resources available to the crisis intervention worker.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 6220 - Group Background and Theory



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Surveys the background, theory, patterns of function, techniques of facilitating, and the uses of small groups in counseling.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture/Lab Combination
  
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    CNL 6610 - Principles of Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Introduction and overview of major counseling principles, theories, techniques, historical foundations, and services. Also, addresses counseling specialties and professional organizations.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 6620 - Problems in Student Behavior and Development



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Considers physical, psychological, and personality development of students. The interrelationship of these factors and their effects on student functioning are also explored. The course also explores the impact of social learning on student behavior.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 6700 - Counseling Workshop



    Credit Hour(s): .5 to 5
    Intensive study of selected areas in counseling to meet the particular needs of participating students, schools, and agencies. Titles vary.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7220 - Group Process in Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Serves as an introduction to group practice. Considers interaction patterns and dynamics within small groups, and focuses on understanding of individual and group behavior as they relate to the individuals taking the course.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lab
  
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    CNL 7230 - Assessment and Evaluation in Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Explores best practice and use of instruments used in counseling assessment and evaluation. Additional topics include statistical concepts, reliability, validity, ethical applications, social cultural factors.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6030 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7240 - Career Counseling and Development



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Presents career development as a series of vocational and other life choices in the process of self-realization, and also considers the effect of rapid social and technological change on this process.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7250 - Clinical Mental Health Practices and Services



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Acquaints students with preventive mental health, advocacy roles, legal and ethical issues, and interdisciplinary approaches to community mental health.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6030 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7260 - Marriage and Family Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 1
    Fundamental introduction to marriage and family counseling. Students learn to think across a wide variety of family structures and a diverse range of issues (i.e. gender, culture, and substance abuse).
    Corequisite(s): CNL7261
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7261 - Systems Theory



    Credit Hour(s): 2
    Considers principles and techniques of marriage and family counseling from a variety of theoretical orientations.
    Corequisite(s): CNL7260
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7270 - Counseling for Life-Span Development



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Developmental factors influencing the behavior of individuals across the life-span and the unique counseling strategies that are employed.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7280 - Professional Orientation, Ethical Standards, and Legal Issues in Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Surveys legal, professional, and ethical issues in counseling. Topics include: historical review, counselor roles and functions, self-care strategies, supervision models, advocacy, professional organizations, and professional credentialing.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7290 - Multicultural Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Studies social change, cultures, issues related to immigration, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, religious affiliation, and unique characteristics of individuals, couples, families, ethic groups, and communities. This course does require some experiential exercises.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7650 - Principles and Practices of School Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course explores the design, implementation, management, and evaluation of comprehensive school counseling programs. School counseling programming is discussed in terms of its relationship to the total school program and to community support systems.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7651 - Addiction in the K-12 Setting



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Overview of addiction and substance related issues for children and adolescents in the K-12 setting. Emphasis on the school counselor’s role in prevention, screening and responsive services when working with students and/or families impacted by addiction and substance use disorders.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 7700 - Independent Study and Minor Problems



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 3
    Planned reading and/or project under the guidance of a Department of Human Services faculty member.
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Independent Study
  
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    CNL 7800 - Systemic Techniques in Marriage and Family Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 2
    This course focuses on teaching systemic interventions and problem solving in the process of resolving marriage and family related concerns.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 7260 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 7261 Minimum Grade of D
    Corequisite(s): CNL7801
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture; Lecture/Lab Combination
  
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    CNL 7800L - Systemic Techniques in Marriage and Family Counseling Laboratory



    Credit Hour(s): 0
    Required laboratory for CNL 7800.
    Corequisite(s): CNL7800
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lab
  
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    CNL 7801 - Marriage and Family Pre-Practicum



    Credit Hour(s): 1
    This course focuses on the practice of systemic interventions and problem solving in the process of resolving marriage and family related concerns.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 7260 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 7261 Minimum Grade of D
    Corequisite(s): CNL7800
    Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study (Major, Minor, or Concentration): Clinical Mental Health Cnsl, Marriage and Family Counseling, Marriage+Family. Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate, Medical, Professional.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lab
  
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    CNL 8000 - Human Sexuality Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    The principles and practice of human sexuality and sexuality counseling are reviewed. A major focus of the course is the application and integration of theories and principles of sexuality counseling with couples.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of D and Graduate level CNL 7260 Minimum Grade of D
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 8600 - Advanced Seminar in Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 3
    Provides an opportunity for students to further develop skills in counseling, appraisal, research, or other related areas under faculty direction.
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Seminar
  
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    CNL 8640 - Practicum



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Provides an experience in counseling, interviewing, training, and/or consultation in which the student under supervision, demonstrates skills in educational, vocational, organizational, and/or personal areas to individuals and/or groups.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6030 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7280 Minimum Grade of B
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Practicum
  
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    CNL 8650 - Individual and Group Practicum in Counseling



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Provides supervised experience for counselor trainees providing psychotherapy, counseling, guidance, instruction, and assessment to individuals and groups to resolve behavioral, substance, educational/vocational/career, marital/family/relational, and personal/social problems and diagnose and treat mental and emotional/affective disorders.
    Prerequisite(s): (Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6030 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6220 Minimum Grade of B) or (Graduate level CNL 7220 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7290 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7280 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7230 Minimum Grade of B)
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Practicum
  
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    CNL 8670 - Internship



    Credit Hour(s): 1 to 6
    This field-based experience provides human services master’s degree students with advanced clinical practice and supervision in their major specialty areas.
    Prerequisite(s): (Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6030 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6220 Minimum Grade of B) or (Graduate level CNL 7220 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7230 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6200 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7280 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7290 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 8650 Minimum Grade of B)
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Internship
  
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    CNL 9500 - Advanced Personality Theory & Psychopathology



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Focuses on the development of personality throughout the life span and associated difficulties that can occur for individuals. Additional emphasis will be given to adaptation and the coping process.
    Prerequisite(s): (Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6030 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7230 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6200 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6220 Minimum Grade of B) or (Graduate level CNL 7220 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7240 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7260 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7270 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7280 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7290 Minimum Grade of B)
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 9510 - Clinical Assessment in Counseling Practice



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Supervised clinical practice in the administration of mental health assessment instruments. Emphasizes advanced methods of administering and interpreting standardized tests. Includes use of assessment procedures in diagnosis and treatment planning.
    Prerequisite(s): (Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6030 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7230 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6200 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6220 Minimum Grade of B) or (Graduate level CNL 7220 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7240 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7260 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7270 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7280 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7290 Minimum Grade of B)
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 9520 - Diagnosis and Clinical Counseling Practice



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    Clinical course designed to introduce the student to comprehensive diagnostic evaluation. Students will gain familiarity with the DSM nomenclatures via assigned readings, case studies and assignments.
    Prerequisite(s): (Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6030 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7230 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6200 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6220 Minimum Grade of B) or (Graduate level CNL 7220 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7240 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7260 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7270 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7280 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7290 Minimum Grade of B)
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
  
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    CNL 9530 - Case Formulation, Clinical Intervention and Supervision



    Credit Hour(s): 3
    This course reviews clinical decision making skills in counselor practice and emphasizes using sound, clinically defensible diagnostic assessment and clinical interventions supported in current outcome research. Advanced case conceptualization and counselor supervision also presented.
    Prerequisite(s): (Graduate level CNL 6010 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6020 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6030 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7230 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6200 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 6220 Minimum Grade of B) or (Graduate level CNL 7220 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7240 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7260 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7270 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7280 Minimum Grade of B and Graduate level CNL 7290 Minimum Grade of B) and (Graduate level CNL 8650 Minimum Grade of B or Graduate level RHB 8650 Minimum Grade of B)
    Restrictions: May not be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate.

    Level: Graduate
    Schedule Type(s): Lecture
 

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