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    Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne
   
 
  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Graduate Bulletin [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


This area consists of course descriptions in an alphabetical order that parallels the order used in the Schedule of Classes. Because of certain groupings of courses by sponsoring departments, you will find some cross-references, such as Statistics (STAT)-See Mathematical Sciences.

Standard information for each course includes the number, title, and credits (sometimes called credit hours or semester hours). For some courses, you will find information about the hours of laboratory or studio for which the course is scheduled during each week of a regular semester; these weekly hours are expanded during summer sessions. Fees for courses are assessed on the basis of credits and other factors.

V.T. (Variable Title) is shown for courses approved for variable titles. The title used for the course may be changed to specify the topic or other special focus of each offering of the course.

The course numbering system generally suggests levels of difficulty and appropriateness. Undergraduate courses eligible for graduate credit have numbers below 500. Courses at the 500 level in Purdue University departments are open to both advanced undergraduate and graduate students; other courses numbered 500 and above are generally open only to graduate students.

Preparation for courses is indicated as follows:


P: Indicates a prerequisite that must precede your enrollment in the course described. You may find one or more specific course numbers, the number of credits you should already have in a subject, or other conditions.


C: Indicates a corequisite that must be taken no later than the same semester you take the course described.


R: Indicates a recommendation concerning conditions to be met for enrollment in the course.


When no subject code is shown for prerequisites, corequisites, and recommended courses, they are in the same subject area as the course being described. If you lack a prerequisite or corequisite, you may seek the instructor’s consent to enroll in the course.

Session indicators (fall, spring, summer) suggest the times at which courses are generally offered. However, scheduling patterns may vary.

IPFW reserves the right to add, withdraw, or change courses without notice.

 
   •  BUFW M575 - Topics in Operations Management
   •  BUFW M576 - Independent Study in Operations Management
   •  BUFW M588 - Strategic Management of Global Operations: Integrating International Aspects of Functional Areas of Business
   •  BUFW M590 - Strategic Management
   •  BUFW M592 - Communication Team Building Ethics and Regulatory Environment
   •  BUFW X501 - Essentials of Accounting
   •  BUFW X502 - Basic Finance
   •  BUFW X503 - Introduction to Economics
   •  BUFW X504 - Ethics and Regulatory Environment
   •  CE 51600 - Topics In Civil Engineering
   •  CE 51700 - Advanced Water Treatment Processes
   •  CE 51800 - Bridge Design
   •  CE 51900 - Advanced Soil Mechanics
   •  CE 57000 - Advanced Structural Mechanics
   •  CHM 50200 - Modern Chemistry in the High School
   •  CHM 53300 - Introductory Biochemistry
   •  CHM 53400 - Introductory Biochemistry
   •  CHM 53500 - Biochemistry Laboratory
   •  CHM 56300 - Organic Chemistry
   •  CHM 59900 - Special Assignments
   •  CMLT C541 - Modern Drama
   •  CMLT C586 - Colloquium in Literature and the Other Arts
   •  CMLT C592 - Genre Study in Film
   •  COM 50000 - Introduction To Graduate Studies In Communication
   •  COM 50200 - Classroom Communication
   •  COM 50700 - Introduction to Semiotics
   •  COM 50800 - Nonverbal Communication in Human Interaction
   •  COM 51200 - Theories of Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 51500 - Persuasion in Social Movements
   •  COM 51600 - Analysis of Persuasive Messages
   •  COM 51700 - Communication in Politics
   •  COM 51800 - Theories of Persuasion
   •  COM 52000 - Small Group Communication
   •  COM 52100 - Theories of Rhetoric
   •  COM 52200 - History and Criticism of Public Communication
   •  COM 52300 - Communication in Personal Relationships
   •  COM 52500 - Advanced Interviewing
   •  COM 52700 - Introduction to Cultural Studies
   •  COM 53100 - Special Topics in Mass Communication
   •  COM 53200 - Telecommunication Systems Management
   •  COM 53400 - Comparative Telecommunication Systems
   •  COM 53700 - Educational/Instructional Television
   •  COM 55700 - Legal Dimensions of Communication
   •  COM 55900 - Current Trends in Mass Communication Research
   •  COM 56000 - Rhetorical Dimensions of Mass Media
   •  COM 56300 - Public Policy in Telecommunication
   •  COM 57400 - Organizational Communication
   •  COM 57600 - Health Communication
   •  COM 58200 - Descriptive/Experimental Research in Communication
   •  COM 58400 - Historical/Critical Research in Communication
   •  COM 58500 - Qualitative Methods in Communication Research
   •  COM 59000 - Directed Study of Special Problems
   •  COM 59700 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  COM 59800 - Synthesis Paper Research
   •  COM 69800 - Research MA or MS Thesis
   •  CPET 54500 - Service-Oriented Architecture and Enterprise Applications
   •  CPET 56500 - Mobile Computing Systems
   •  CPET 57500 - Management of Technology
   •  CPET 58100 - Workshop In Computer Engineering Technology
   •  CPET 59000 - Special Problems in IT and Advanced Computer Applications
   •  CPET 59800 - Directed MS Project
   •  CPT 55500 - Advanced Network Security
   •  CS 50300 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 51400 - Numerical Analysis
   •  CS 52000 - Computational Methods in Analysis
   •  CS 54300 - Introduction to Simulation and Modeling of Computer Systems
   •  CS 54700 - Information Storage and Retrieval and Natural Language Processing
   •  CS 57200 - Heuristic Problem-Solving
   •  CS 58000 - Algorithm Design Analysis and Implementation
   •  CS 59000 - Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSD 51600 - Foundations of Assessment in Communication Disorders
   •  CSD 52100 - Phonetic and Phonological Disorders in Children
   •  CSD 54900 - Clinical Practice in Speech Language Pathology I
   •  CSD 55000 - Aural Rehabilitation for Adults
   •  CSD 55100 - Aural Rehabilitation for Children
   •  CSD 59000 - Directed Study of Special Problems
   •  ECE 53800 - Digital Signal Processing I
   •  ECE 54000 - Antenna Design, Analysis and Simulation Methods
   •  ECE 54300 - Wireless Communication Networks
   •  ECE 54700 - Introduction to Computer Communication Networks
   •  ECE 54900 - Software-Defined Radio
   •  ECE 56500 - Computer Architecture
   •  ECE 56700 - FPGA Designs For Signal Processing Applications
   •  ECE 56900 - Introduction To Robotic Systems
   •  ECE 58100 - Microwave Engineering
   •  ECE 58400 - Linear Control Systems
   •  ECE 58900 - State Estimation and Parameter Identification of Stochastic Systems
   •  ECE 59500 - Selected Topics in Electrical Engineering
   •  ECE 60000 - Random Variables and Signals
   •  ECE 60200 - Lumped System Theory
   •  ECE 60400 - Electromagnetic Field Theory
   •  ECE 60600 - Solid-State Devices
   •  ECE 60800 - Computational Models and Methods
   •  ECE 65200 - Wave Phenomena in Solids
   •  ECE 65400 - Solid State Devices II
   •  ECE 66100 - Computer Vision
   •  ECET 58100 - Workshop in Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
   •  ECET 59000 - Special Problems in Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
   •  ECET 59800 - Directed MS Project
   •  ECON E477 - Korean Economy And Culture
 

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