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CJ 271 Community Based Corrections

Basic concepts, history, legislation, and

practices used in work with juveniles and

adults who have been placed on probation

or parole; criteria of selection, methods of

supervision, and elements of case reporting.

(3 cr)

COMM—Communications

COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public

Speaking

Basic principles of speech from the view-

point of delivery and composition. Emphasis

on student performance and self‑evaluation.

(3 cr)

COMM 120 Introduction to Mass Com-

munications

An introduction to mass communication

history, theory, and practice, through the

exploration of print, audio-visual, and online

forms of mass media, with an emphasis on

the student as media consumer. (3 cr)

COMM 212 Interpersonal Communica-

tion

Introduction to fundamental concepts

of communication between individuals.

Explores aspects of self expression and rela-

tionship communication. (3 cr)

COMM 299 Special Topics

Approval of instructor. (1‑3 cr)

COOP—Cooperative

Education

COOP 197, 198, 297, 298 Cooperative

Education

Educational program that enables students

to integrate classroom learning with practi-

cal, professional, experience in their field

of study. Students experience the working

world through an educationally managed

agreement between the employer, the stu-

dent, and the institution.

(1‑3 cr each)

CSCI—Computer Science

CSCI 101 Introduction to Computers

Designed for the transfer student or the stu-

dent in the Information Technology Curricu-

lum. Provides the fundamental concepts and

terminology related to hardware, software,

communications, and the use of computers

in society. Introduces and explains general

computing concepts such as word process-

ing, spreadsheets, database management,

Internet usage, and the operating system.

(3 cr)

CSCI 122 Beginning Basic/Visual Basic

Introduction to computer programming in a

high-level language, with emphasis on prob-

lem solving and logical thinking. Students

learn to design, implement, test, and debug

programs for small-scale problems using el-

ementary data types and control structures.

(3 cr)

CSCI 124 Beginning C++/Visual C++

Introduction to programming in the C++/

Visual C++ language. Students learn prob-

lem solving, algorithm development, and

structured programming in the C++ pro-

gramming language. Emphasis on learning

how to design, code, debug and document

programs using techniques of good pro-

gramming style. (3 cr)

CSCI 127 Beginning Java/J++

Introduction to programming in the

Java/J++ language. (3 cr)

CSCI 160 Computer Science I

Introduction to the problem solving, algo-

rithm development, and structured program-

ming in a high level language. Emphasis on

learning how to design, code, debug and

document programs, using techniques of

good programming style. (3 cr)

CSCI 161

Computer Science II

A continuation of CSCI 160. Prerequisite:

CSCI 160. (3 cr)