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    Saint Leo University
   
 
  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
[ARCHIVED CATALOG] 2016-2017 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses of Instruction


In the following section, courses offered by the various academic departments of the University are listed alphabetically by subject. Immediately following each course title is the number of credits granted for successful completion of the course. Courses listed represent the normal offerings. Unless otherwise noted, the schedule of courses in this catalog refers to the course offerings at University College. Departments are also authorized to offer special courses on an ad hoc basis. These are given in a “Special Topics” designation in the course listings. Not all courses are offered every semester and at all locations.

Undergraduate Course Levels

100–199: Introductory courses or course sequences often without prerequisites.
200–299: Introductory courses or course sequences with or without prerequisites, ordinarily taken by students with 21 or more completed hours.
300–399: Intermediate courses or course sequences with specified prerequisites. Prerequisites include but are not limited to:

  1. Successful completion of a minimum of 45 college credits.
  2. Specific relevant courses enumerated in the catalog.
  3. Or specific written permission from the appropriate academic advisor/or academic Dean.


400–499: Advanced courses or course sequences with specified prerequisites ordinarily taken by students during their final year. Courses may include independent work, directed projects, internships, senior seminar or capstone course, and honors projects. Prerequisites include but are not limited to:

  1. Successful completion of a minimum of 75 college credits.
  2. Specific relevant courses enumerated in the catalog.
  3. Or specific written permission from the appropriate academic advisor and/or academic Dean.
 

Chemistry

   •  CHE 330L - Environmental Chemistry Lab
   •  CHE 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research

Communication Management

   •  CMM 101 - Introduction to Communication
   •  CMM 201 - Mass Communication
   •  CMM 205 - Professionally Speaking
   •  CMM 221 - Communication Pre-Internship
   •  CMM 301 - Applied Communication Theory
   •  CMM 302 - Intercultural Communication
   •  CMM 324 - Public Relations
   •  CMM 325 - Organizational Communication
   •  CMM 405 - Communication Management in an E-Environment
   •  CMM 406 - Crisis Communication
   •  CMM 410 - Digital Literacy
   •  CMM 425 - Communication Internship
   •  CMM 498 - Teamwork in Organizations

Computer Science & Information Systems

   •  COM 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  COM 140 - Basic Computer Skills
   •  COM 203 - Computer Systems
   •  COM 204 - Programming Logic and Design
   •  COM 207 - Programming in C/C++
   •  COM 209 - Programming in Java
   •  COM 212 - System Administration
   •  COM 217 - Theoretical Foundations of Computer Science
   •  COM 301 - Algorithms and Data Structures
   •  COM 305 - Business Spreadsheet Applications
   •  COM 309 - Network Theory and Design
   •  COM 312 - Computer Architecture
   •  COM 315 - Decision Support Systems
   •  COM 318 - Electronic Commerce
   •  COM 320 - Systems Analysis and Design
   •  COM 329 - Directed Study or Research
   •  COM 330 - Database Concepts and Programming
   •  COM 333 - Web Design and Information Resources
   •  COM 335 - Applied Data Mining
   •  COM 340 - Introduction to Internet Applications
   •  COM 355 - Systems Security
   •  COM 405 - Operating Systems
   •  COM 416 - Introduction to Information Security
   •  COM 420 - Disaster Recovery
   •  COM 424 - Information Technology and Project Management
   •  COM 425 - Computer Information Systems Internship
   •  COM 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research
   •  COM 430 - Software Engineering
   •  COM 450 - Network Defense and Security
   •  COM 452 - Computer Forensics
   •  COM 460 - Internet/Intranet Security
   •  COM 465 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  COM 470 - Management of Information Security
   •  COM 475 - Penetration Testing
   •  COM 497 - Computer Science Capstone
   •  COM 498 - Advanced Computer Skills

Criminal Justice

   •  CRM 123 - Introduction to Law and the Legal System
   •  CRM 220 - Survey of the Criminal Justice System
   •  CRM 222 - Introduction to Homeland Defense
   •  CRM 230 - Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation
   •  CRM 231 - Forensic Science and Criminal Justice
   •  CRM 300 - Special Topics
   •  CRM 301 - Leadership and Management in Criminal Justice
   •  CRM 302 - Critical Incidents in Policing
   •  CRM 303 - Legal Issues in Criminal Justice Administration
   •  CRM 321 - Substantive Criminal Law
   •  CRM 322 - Law of Criminal Procedure
   •  CRM 323 - Criminal Investigation
   •  CRM 328 - Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior
   •  CRM 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  CRM 330 - Organized Crime
   •  CRM 331 - White-Collar Crime
   •  CRM 332 - Terrorism
   •  CRM 333 - Violent Crime
   •  CRM 341 - History and Science of Criminal Identification
   •  CRM 342 - Evidence Collection and Preservation
   •  CRM 343 - Bodily Fluids as Evidence
   •  CRM 344 - Scientific Writing and Courtroom Testimony
   •  CRM 350 - Criminal Justice Ethics
   •  CRM 355 - Stress Management in Law Enforcement
   •  CRM 361 - Legal Issues in Counter-Terrorism
   •  CRM 363 - Exploitable Weaknesses in Terrorist Organizations
   •  CRM 365 - Local Response to Terrorism
   •  CRM 367 - International Sex Trafficking of Women and Children
   •  CRM 370 - Juvenile Justice
   •  CRM 419 - Police Organization and Administration
   •  CRM 422 - Law Enforcement Systems
   •  CRM 425 - Field Placement in Criminal Justice
   •  CRM 426 - Theories of Criminal Behavior
   •  CRM 430 - Correctional Systems
   •  CRM 489 - Organizational Design and Function
   •  CRM 490 - Cold Case - Homicide Investigation
   •  CRM 499 - Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice

Economics

   •  ECO 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  ECO 110HA - Economics for Life
   •  ECO 201 - Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 202 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECO 302 - Intermediate Price Theory
   •  ECO 322 - Health Economics
   •  ECO 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  ECO 333 - International Economics
   •  ECO 355 - Economics in Sport
   •  ECO 366 - Money and Banking
   •  ECO 411 - Game Theory
   •  ECO 412 - Behavioral Economics
 

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