CGCS & On Campus Course Equivalencies

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CGCS & On Campus Course Equivalencies 01.17

CGCS Undergraduate Course Equivalencies to On-Campus Courses

Subj

No.

CGCS Course Title

Cr.

Subj

No.

On-Campus Title

Notes

COMM

205

Tech-Mediated Communication

3

CM

2XX

Communications elective

COMM

302

Data Analysis and Writing

3

CM

3XX

Communications elective

Not an EN/CM course; focuses on the specifics of data collection and interpretation

COMM

305

Strategic Communications

3

CM

261

Interpersonal Communication

COMM

312

Intercultural Communication

3

CRMJ

201

Foundations of Criminal Justice

3

CJ

101

Introduction to Criminal Justice

CRMJ

303

The Study of Crime

3

CRMJ

305

Law Enforcement Adminstration

3

CJ

403

Criminal Justice Administration

CRMJ

306

Procedural Due Process

3

CJ

301

Criminal Procedures

CRMJ

400

Capstone

6

CJ

410

Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice

CYBR

201

Fundamentals of Computer Networking

3

CS

260

Data Communications & Networks

CYBR

210

Computer Prog. With High Level Lang.

3

CS

140

Programming & Computing

1 cr. deficit if transferring in CYBR 210

CYBR

215

Computer Prog. With Low Level Lang.

3

CS

212

Assembly Language & Reverse Engineering

CYBR

220

Windows Server Administration

3

CS

2XX

Computer Science elective

CYBR

225

Linux Administration

3

CS

2XX

Computer Science elective

CYBR

230

Relational Databases w/SQL

3

CS

240

Database Management

CYBR

320

Vulnerability Testing I

3

CS

3XX

Computer Science elective

CYBR

370

Intro to Warfare

3

CS

3XX

Computer Science elective

CYBR

382

Defensive Information Warfare

3

CS

3XX

Computer Science elective

CYBR

420

Vulnerability Testing II

3

CS

4XX

Computer Science elective

ECON

310

Socio-Eonomic Studies

3

EC

300

Topics in Economics History

ECON

350

Seminar in Economics

3

EC

3XX

Economics eletive

ECON

401

Economic Studies

6

EC

403

Comparative Economic Systems

EC

406

Public Finance

ENGL

101

Composition & Literature 1

3

EN

101

Composition & Literature 1

ENGL

250

Crime in Literature

3

EN

250

Crime in Literature

ENGL

270

Military Literature

3

EN

270

Military Literature

FNCE

350

Fundamentals of Finance I

3

FN

311

Corporate Finance

FNCE

351

Foundations of Finance II

3

FN

311

Corporate Finance

HIST

210

History of US Constitution

3

HI

3XX

History elective

HIST

310

Historical Studies

3

HI

3XX

History elective

HIST

411

History of Diplomacy I

3

HI

338

U.S. Diplomatic History to 1914

HIST

412

History of Diplomacy II

3

HI

339

U.S. Diplomatic History Since 1914

INDE

490

Selected Topics (independent study)

6

HI

400

Independent Study

INOP

316

Info Ops & Infrastructure

3

No

Course

INSC

311

Intro Homeland Security Intell

3

IA

3XX

Information Assurance elective

INSC

313

Global Security & Intelligence

3

IA

3XX

Information Assurance elective

INSC

315

Security Coord. & Collabaration

3

IA

3XX

Information Assurance elective

INSC

320

Intelligence Management

3

IA

3XX

Information Assurance elective

INTD

320

Quantitative Research & Scientific Meth.

3

PH

360

Philosophy of Science

MNGT

311

Operations & Project Mngt.

3

MG

310

Production/Operations Management

MNGT

315

Leadership

3

MG

409

Organizational Leadership

MNGT

320

Strategic Planning

3

MG

448

Small Business Strategies

MNGT

330

Management Information Systems

3

IS

300

Management Information Systems

MA

102

Liberal Arts Mathematics

3

MA

102

Mathematics: A Liberal Art

MATH

232

Elementary Statistics

3

MA

232

Elementary Statistics

PHLS

205

Critical Thinking

3

PH

2XX

No exact campus parallel

PHLS

210

Ethics in the Modern World

3

PH

303

Survey of Ethics

PHLS

324

Criminal Justice Ethics

3

PH

324

Criminal Justice Ethics

POLS

302

National Security Policy

3

PO

3XX

Political Science American Politics elective

POLS

306

Comparative Politics

3

PO

202

Intro to Comparative Politics

POLS

316

Domestic Terrorism

3

PO

3XX

Political Science American Politics elective

Political Science American Politics elective

POLS

318

International Terrorism

3

PO

3XX

Political Science American Politics elective

POLS

325

Immigration law and Policy

3

PO

3XX

Political Science American Politics elective

Political Science American Politics elective

RELG

300

Comparative Religion

3

NO

Course

on campus has no religion courses

SCIE

202

Science, Tech and Proc. For. Inv.

3

NO

Course

No Lab, so no campus parallel course

SCIE

301

Environmental Science

3

ES

1XX

Environmental Science non-lab elective

non-lab science

SOCI

209

Methods of Soc. Science Research

3

NO

Course

on campus is 4 credits

SOCI

220

Cultural Issues & CJ System

3

SO

2XX

Sociology elective

SOCI

322

Drugs and Gangs

3

SO

3XX

Sociology elective

SOCI

325

Public Safety Diverse Society

3

SO

3XX

Sociology elective

SOCI

330

Military Sociology

3

SO

330

Military Sociology

SOCI

335

Intro to Cultural Competence

3

NO

Course

SOCI

401

Culture and Anthropology

3

SO

212

Cultural Anthropology

SOCI

406

Area Studies

6

NO

Course

SSDA

306

Science, Tech Visual Aug. Defense Syst

3

XX

XXX

Free Elective

SSDA

310

Emergency and Disaster Relief Ops

6

NO

Course

doesn't fit anything in the History/Political

Science Dept.

SSDA

315

Insurgency and Conflict

6

NO

Course

Covers a topic that could be found in either

HI or PO – except on-campus 300 level courses have prereqs whereas SSDA 315 does not. The expectation is that students taking 300+ level courses in HI and PO have skills and background developed at the 200 level.

SSDA

320

Information Operations

6

IA

XXX

Information Assurance elective

SSDA

400

The Capstone Project

6

NO

Course

Created: 11/18/15; Revised 12/16/15, 12/23/15, 7/11/16, 10/20/16, 3/23/17

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