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    South University
   
 
  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 South University Academic Catalog Version II

Course Descriptions


South University courses are numbered according to the general level of instruction. Although there are exceptional cases, most courses numbered at the 1000 and 2000 levels are designed for freshmen and sophomore students; courses numbered at  the 3000 and 4000 levels are intended for junior and senior students. Developmental courses are designated by a 0099 course number. Courses are assigned letters by the department/major area in which they are taught and are listed in alphabetical order.

Academic offerings are subject to change at the discretion of the institution. Prerequisites can be waived with the permission of the Department Chair or Program Director. If no prerequisite is indicated, none is required.

South University reserves the right to cancel any scheduled class if 10 or fewer students are registered. Not all courses are offered at all campuses. Some courses are offered only through the online programs. Please contact the particular campus for current course availability.

Course descriptions describe the learning opportunities that are provided through the classroom and coursework. It is each student’s responsibility to participate in the activities that will lead to successfully meeting the learning outcomes.

 

Counseling

   •  CNS6504 Group Dynamics Seminar
   •  CNS6508 Group Dynamics
   •  CNS6509 Group Dynamics
   •  CNS6510 Group Dynamics
   •  CNS6514 Social and Cultural Fundamentals
   •  CNS6524 Research and Statistical Evaluation
   •  CNS6529 Research and Statistical Evaluation
   •  CNS6530 Research and Statistical Evaluation
   •  CNS6531 Research and Statistical Evaluation
   •  CNS6532 Research and Evaluation Seminar
   •  CNS6535 Clinical Mental Health Appraisal I
   •  CNS6536 Clinical Mental Health Appraisal I
   •  CNS6537 Clinical Mental Health Appraisal I
   •  CNS6538 Clinical Mental Health Appraisal Seminar
   •  CNS6565 Multicultural Foundations
   •  CNS6566 Multicultural Foundations
   •  CNS6567 Multicultural Foundations
   •  CNS6568 Multicultural Foundations Seminar
   •  CNS6602 Lifestyle and Career Development
   •  CNS6603 Lifestyle and Career Development
   •  CNS6604 Lifestyle and Career Development
   •  CNS6605 Lifestyle and Career Development Seminar
   •  CNS6704 Couples, Marital, and Family Intervention and Therapy
   •  CNS6709 Couples, Marital, and Family Dynamics
   •  CNS6752 Consultation, Management, Advocacy, and Policy
   •  CNS6775 Counseling Administration, Advocacy, and Policy
   •  CNS6776 Counseling Administration, Advocacy, Consultation, and Policy
   •  CNS6800 Human Sexuality
   •  CNS6850 Psychopharmacology
   •  CNS6901 Diagnosis and Treatment of Addictive Disorders
   •  CNS6910 Treatment Planning and Implementation
   •  CNS7000 Practicum (100 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7003 Practicum (150 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7010 Practicum IA (100 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7011 Practicum IB (100 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7012 Practicum IB (150 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7013 Practicum IA (100 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7014 Practicum IB (100 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7300 Internship I (200 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7510 Internship IA (200 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7511 Internship IA (200 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7610 Internship IIA (200 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7611 Internship IIB (200 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7612 Internship IIA (200 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7613 Internship IIB (200 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7620 Internship IIA (300 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7621 Internship IIB (300 clinical hours)
   •  CNS7900 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7901 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7902 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7903 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7904 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7905 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7906 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7907 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7908 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7909 Clinical and Professional Development Seminar
   •  CNS7950 Child/Adolescent Psychopathology and Treatment
   •  CNS7970 Clinical Mental Health Appraisal and Treatment II
   •  CNS8100 Preliminary Clinical Evaluation
   •  CNS8101 Preliminary Didactic Evaluation
   •  CNS8201 Clinical Evaluation
   •  CNS8202 Didactic Evaluation

Criminal Justice

   •  CRJ1001 Introduction to Criminal Justice System
   •  CRJ2100 Introduction to Law Enforcement
   •  CRJ2200 Introduction to Criminal Courts
   •  CRJ2300 Introduction to Corrections
   •  CRJ2800 Criminal Law and Procedures
   •  CRJ3003 Juvenile Delinquency
   •  CRJ3004 Race, Class, and Gender in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ3005 Criminal Justice Management and Administration
   •  CRJ3011 Criminology
   •  CRJ3014 Criminal Justice and the Media
   •  CRJ3015 White Collar Crime
   •  CRJ3023 Organized Crime
   •  CRJ3024 Serial Killers and Mass Murderers
   •  CRJ3025 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
   •  CRJ3026 Concepts in Crime Mapping and Prevention
   •  CRJ3300 Community Based Corrections
   •  CRJ3500 Ethics in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ3600 Introduction to Forensics
   •  CRJ4001 Victimology
   •  CRJ4002 Restorative Justice
   •  CRJ4003 Critical Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ4009 Illegal Immigration and the Criminal Justice System
   •  CRJ4011 Terrorism and Homeland Security
   •  CRJ4015 Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
   •  CRJ4021 Cyber Crime
   •  CRJ4500 Violence in Society
   •  CRJ4600 Crime Scene Investigation and Case Management
   •  CRJ4650 Forensic Issues
   •  CRJ4995 Criminal Justice Internship I
   •  CRJ4996 Criminal Justice Internship II
   •  CRJ4997 Criminal Justice Internship III
   •  CRJ4999 Senior Seminar (Capstone)
   •  MCJ5001 Foundations in Criminal Justice
   •  MCJ5003 Ethics and Moral Behavior in the Criminal Justice System
   •  MCJ5100 Advanced Research Methods and Analysis I
   •  MCJ6001 Criminal Justice Administration
   •  MCJ6002 Juvenile Justice Administration
 

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