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    CSU East Bay
   
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 CSU East Bay Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering Key

The numbering of courses is intended to describe the level at which they are offered. Any student, however, may enroll for any course if he or she has completed the listed prerequisites, except for certain graduate courses.

Course Number Description
0800-0999 Remedial courses (not for baccalaureate degree credit)
1000-1999 Freshman level courses
2000-2999 Sophomore level courses
3000-3999 Junior level courses
4000-4999 Senior level courses
5000-5999 Postbaccalaureate and professional level courses
6000-6999 Graduate level courses
7000-7699 Upper division level Continuing Education courses1
7700-7999 Graduate level Continuing Education courses1
8000-8999 Doctoral level courses

1. See the quarterly schedule of the Continuing Education website for classes offered each quarter.

Class Hours per Week

The number of class hours a course meets per week equals the number of units listed for the course, unless otherwise indicated in the course description. (A “class hour” is 50 minutes.) Supervision courses (e.g., independent study, project, thesis) have no prescribed correspondence between class hours per week and units.

 

Construction Management

   •  CMGT 3250 - Electrical and Mechanical Systems in Construction
   •  CMGT 3280 - Construction Law
   •  CMGT 3400 - Construction Project Management and Commissioning
   •  CMGT 3450 - Building Codes
   •  CMGT 3600 - Soil Mechanics and Building Foundations
   •  CMGT 3898 - Cooperative Education
   •  CMGT 3999 - Issues in Engineering
   •  CMGT 4100 - Engineering Graphics for Construction Management
   •  CMGT 4200 - Construction Scheduling
   •  CMGT 4300 - Environmental Issues and Green Building
   •  CMGT 4400 - Construction Cost Estimating
   •  CMGT 4500 - Construction Project Planning and Control, Computer Tools
   •  CMGT 4610 - Senior Project I
   •  CMGT 4620 - Senior Project II
   •  CMGT 4800 - Construction Safety
   •  CMGT 4900 - Independent Study
   •  CMGT 4990 - Special Topics

Construction Management: Graduate

   •  CMGT 6100 - Engineering Graphics for Construction Management
   •  CMGT 6200 - Legal Issues in Construction Management
   •  CMGT 6300 - Environmental Issues and Green Building
   •  CMGT 6400 - Construction Cost Estimating
   •  CMGT 6500 - Construction Project Planning and Control, Computer Tools
   •  CMGT 6600 - Financial Decision Making and Reporting in Construction
   •  CMGT 6700 - Construction Risk Management and Commissioning
   •  CMGT 6800 - Construction Safety
   •  CMGT 6850 - Current Issues in Construction Management
   •  CMGT 6860 - Utility Systems Construction
   •  CMGT 6870 - Advanced Integrated Computer Applications
   •  CMGT 6880 - Applied Research in Construction Management
   •  CMGT 6899 - Project
   •  CMGT 6900 - Independent Study
   •  CMGT 6999 - Special Topics in Construction Management

Criminal Justice Administration

   •  CRJA 2100 - Elementary Criminal Law
   •  CRJA 2200 - Basic Criminal Investigation
   •  CRJA 2400 - Evidence in Corrections and Law Enforcement
   •  CRJA 2500 - Administration of Justice
   •  CRJA 2600 - Police Community Relations
   •  CRJA 3100 - Corrections and Criminal Justice
   •  CRJA 3200 - Research Methods in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJA 3300 - Crime Prevention and Control
   •  CRJA 3350 - Crime and Criminal Justice in the Media and Cinema
   •  CRJA 3400 - Advanced Criminal Investigation
   •  CRJA 3500 - Criminal Identification
   •  CRJA 3610 - Police Organization and Management
   •  CRJA 3700 - Ethics and Justice Administration
   •  CRJA 3750 - Family Violence and the Criminal Justice System
   •  CRJA 3800 - Comparative Evidence and Its Evaluation
   •  CRJA 3898 - Cooperative Education
   •  CRJA 3999 - Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJA 4100 - Advanced Policing Innovations
   •  CRJA 4123 - The Crime Victim
   •  CRJA 4124 - Sex Crime Investigation
   •  CRJA 4125 - Women in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJA 4127 - Crime Theory
   •  CRJA 4128 - Internship in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJA 4130 - Transnational Crime and Justice
   •  CRJA 4200 - White Collar Crime
   •  CRJA 4330 - Prejudice, Violence, and Hate Crimes
   •  CRJA 4500 - Animal Cruelty and the Criminal Justice System
   •  CRJA 4530 - Youth Crime & Empowerment: Experiential Learning
   •  CRJA 4700 - Community Based Corrections
   •  CRJA 4710 - Drugs, Law, and Society: Race, Gender and U.S. Drug Policy
   •  CRJA 4730 - Restorative Justice
   •  CRJA 4770 - Criminal Law and the Courts
   •  CRJA 4830 - Seminar in Forensic Research
   •  CRJA 4900 - Independent Study

Dance

   •  DANC 1135 - Beginning Technique Classes: Beginning Breakdance I
   •  DANC 1136 - Beginning Technique Classes: Beginning Breakdance II
   •  DANC 1151 - Beginning Technique Classes: Beginning Tap Dance I
   •  DANC 1153 - Beginning Technique Classes: Beginning Tap Dance III
   •  DANC 1181 - Beginning Technique Classes: Beginning Ballroom Dance I
   •  DANC 1182 - Beginning Technique Classes: Beginning Ballroom Dance II
   •  DANC 1183 - Beginning Technique Classes: Beginning Ballroom Dance III
   •  DANC 1201 - Dance for All Bodies and Abilities
   •  DANC 1202 - World Dance: Oral Traditions and the Stage
   •  DANC 1203 - Exploring the Creative and Spiritual
   •  DANC 2003 - Intermediate Folk Dance
   •  DANC 2023 - Dance Fitness
   •  DANC 2111 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Latin Dance I
   •  DANC 2112 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Latin Dance II
   •  DANC 2114 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Latin Dance IV
   •  DANC 2115 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Latin Dance V
   •  DANC 2116 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Latin Dance VI
   •  DANC 2120 - Musical Theatre Dance A
   •  DANC 2142 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Modern Dance II
   •  DANC 2153 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Tap Dance III
   •  DANC 2161 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Capoeira I
   •  DANC 2162 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Capoeira II
   •  DANC 2163 - Intermediate Technique Classes: Intermediate Capoeira I
   •  DANC 2221 - World Folk Dance A
   •  DANC 2222 - World Folk Dance B
   •  DANC 2223 - World Folk Dance C
   •  DANC 2331 - Mixed Ability Dance A
   •  DANC 2332 - Mixed Ability Dance B
   •  DANC 2333 - Mixed Ability Dance C
   •  DANC 2336 - Sex, Race, and Body Politics in Dance B
   •  DANC 2337 - Sex, Race, and Body Politics in Dance C
   •  DANC 3022 - Improvisation and Beyond
   •  DANC 3026 - Jazz and Modern Dance
   •  DANC 3101 - Dance Ensemble Technique A
 

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