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    CSU East Bay
   
 
  Nov 17, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 CSU East Bay Catalog [ARCHIVED 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.

 

Chemistry: Graduate

   •  CHEM 6901 - Comprehensive Review
   •  CHEM 6910 - University Thesis
   •  CHEM 6999 - Issues in Chemistry

Communication

   •  COMM 1000 - Public Speaking
   •  COMM 1004 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 2200 - Introduction to Journalistic Writing
   •  COMM 2201 - Argumentation and Debate
   •  COMM 2250 - Sports and Media
   •  COMM 2300 - 21st Century Communication
   •  COMM 2320 - Communication Writing and Design
   •  COMM 2550 - Queer Cultures: Knowledge and Literacy
   •  COMM 2600 - Documentary Film Studies
   •  COMM 2800 - Techniques in Research, Reporting and Interviewing (TRRI)
   •  COMM 3000 - History and Criticism Communication
   •  COMM 3002 - Communication, Media and Culture
   •  COMM 3003 - Communication Theories
   •  COMM 3004 - Quantitative Communication Research Methods
   •  COMM 3005 - Qualitative Communication Research Methods
   •  COMM 3010 - Intermediate News Writing and Editing
   •  COMM 3100 - Introduction to Professional Video Production
   •  COMM 3107 - Introduction to Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 3160 - Radio Operations
   •  COMM 3200 - Introduction to Research Methods in Communication
   •  COMM 3204 - Reason in Controversy
   •  COMM 3220 - Media Workshop: Print
   •  COMM 3221 - Media Workshop: Magazine and Feature Writing
   •  COMM 3222 - Media Workshop: Editorial and Opinion Writing
   •  COMM 3223 - Media Workshop: Advertising and Public Relations
   •  COMM 3224 - Media Workshop: Internet
   •  COMM 3225 - Media Workshop: Photojournalism
   •  COMM 3231 - Media Workshop: Radio
   •  COMM 3232 - Media Workshop: Video/Documentary
   •  COMM 3235 - Journalism Practicum
   •  COMM 3340 - Graphic Communication
   •  COMM 3510 - Small Group Communication
   •  COMM 3530 - Interviewing Principles and Practices
   •  COMM 3560 - Persuasion Theory and Practice
   •  COMM 3600 - Digital Photography II
   •  COMM 3630 - Digital Photography III
   •  COMM 3660 - Portrait Photography
   •  COMM 3670 - Introduction to Studio Lighting
   •  COMM 3671 - Advanced Studio Lighting
   •  COMM 3680 - Photography Career Preparation
   •  COMM 3690 - Documentary History and Tradition Abroad
   •  COMM 3691 - Digital Media Production Abroad
   •  COMM 3710 - Video/Audio Production II
   •  COMM 3898 - Cooperative Education
   •  COMM 3999 - Issues in Communication
   •  COMM 4005 - Histories of Film
   •  COMM 4006 - Intermediate Video Production
   •  COMM 4107 - Relational Communication in Organizations
   •  COMM 4150 - Media and Government
   •  COMM 4200 - Radio Programming and Promotion
   •  COMM 4201 - Comparative Traditions of Rhetoric
   •  COMM 4205 - Ethics and Law in Communication
   •  COMM 4207 - Communicating in Organizations
   •  COMM 4300 - Critical Discourse of Difference
   •  COMM 4500 - Gender Identity and Representation in Media
   •  COMM 4510 - Public Relations Theory and Practice
   •  COMM 4515 - Critical Discourse in Multicultural America
   •  COMM 4520 - Advertising Form and Function
   •  COMM 4530 - Communication Campaigns
   •  COMM 4540 - Selected Topics in Mass Communication and Public Policy
   •  COMM 4600 - Image and Idea
   •  COMM 4610 - Rhetoric of Popular Culture
   •  COMM 4620 - History of Photography
   •  COMM 4706 - Sports Media Production
   •  COMM 4750 - Mass Communication Research
   •  COMM 4880 - Conflict Management
   •  COMM 4885 - Senior Project: Professional, Public and Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 4890 - Senior Project: Media Production
   •  COMM 4900 - Independent Study

Communication: Graduate

   •  COMM 5900 - Independent Study
   •  COMM 6000 - Introduction to Graduate Study
   •  COMM 6010 - Seminar in Theories in Communication
   •  COMM 6020 - Seminar in Communication, Media, and Society
   •  COMM 6030 - Capstone Seminar: Rhetoric, Communication, and Media
   •  COMM 6040 - Advanced Qualitative Research Methods
   •  COMM 6050 - Advanced Quantitative Research Methods
   •  COMM 6100 - Topics in Speech Communication
   •  COMM 6200 - Internship in Speech Communication
   •  COMM 6250 - Teaching Communication
   •  COMM 6300 - Seminar in Media Studies
   •  COMM 6400 - Seminar in Rhetorical Studies
   •  COMM 6450 - Seminar in Globalization and Media
   •  COMM 6550 - Seminar in Critical Cultural Studies
   •  COMM 6551 - Critical Ethnic Media Studies
   •  COMM 6600 - Seminar in Organizational Communication
   •  COMM 6700 - Seminar in Communication Campaigns Theory and Research
   •  COMM 6800 - Seminar in Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 6850 - Professional Communication
   •  COMM 6898 - Cooperative Education
   •  COMM 6899 - Project
   •  COMM 6900 - Independent Study
   •  COMM 6901 - Comprehensive Examination Preparation
   •  COMM 6910 - University Thesis
   •  COMM 6999 - Issues in Speech Communication

Computer Engineering

   •  CMPE 3010 - Electric Circuit Theory II
   •  CMPE 3430 - Computer Architecture
   •  CMPE 3432 - Digital Design Lab
 

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