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    Texas Tech University
   
 
  Feb 22, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


How to Read Catalog Course Descriptions

Texas Tech offers nearly 5,000 courses as part of its curriculum. These courses are listed alphabetically by subject prefix within each college and departmental section of this catalog. The courses appear in numerical order, moving from beginning freshman or developmental level courses to graduate, research, and professional courses.

Not all courses listed in this catalog are offered every year. An online class schedule published before each registration period indicates courses that will be available during the upcoming term or semester and when each class will meet. The class schedule can be found at (www.depts.ttu.edu/officialpublications/class_schedule/index.php). The university reserves the right to cancel any scheduled course or withdraw any program from the list of offerings when the best interests of the institution require such action.

Courses are designated by a subject prefix and number along with a descriptive title. Learn more  about interpreting the course descriptions found throughout the catalog.

 

CHEM - Chemistry (Graduate Courses)

   •  CHEM 5332 - Biochemistry III
   •  CHEM 5333 - Proteins
   •  CHEM 5334 - Principles of Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 5335 - Physical Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 5336 - Lipids
   •  CHEM 5337 - Enzymes
   •  CHEM 5339 - Nucleic Acids
   •  CHEM 5340 - Physical Chemistry Principles I
   •  CHEM 5341 - Physical Chemistry Principles II
   •  CHEM 5342 - Introduction to Quantum Chemistry
   •  CHEM 5343 - Quantum Chemistry
   •  CHEM 5344 - Kinetics of Chemical Reactions
   •  CHEM 5345 - Molecular Spectroscopy
   •  CHEM 5346 - Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics
   •  CHEM 5349 - Physical Chemistry Principles for Biological Sciences
   •  CHEM 5360 - Conceptual Chemistry for Teachers I
   •  CHEM 5361 - Conceptual Chemistry for Teachers II
   •  CHEM 6000 - Master's Thesis
   •  CHEM 7000 - Research
   •  CHEM 8000 - Doctor's Dissertation

CHIN - Chinese (Undergraduate Courses)

   •  CHIN 1501 - A Beginning Course in Chinese I
   •  CHIN 1502 - A Beginning Course in Chinese II
   •  CHIN 2301 - A Second Course in Chinese I
   •  CHIN 2302 - A Second Course in Chinese II
   •  CHIN 4300 - Individual Problems in Chinese

CLAS - Classics (Undergraduate Courses)

   •  CLAS 1310 - Latin and Greek Terminology
   •  CLAS 2302 - Classical Mythology
   •  CLAS 2303 - Sports and Public Spectacles in the Ancient World
   •  CLAS 2304 - The Ancient World: Prophets, Warriors, Poets
   •  CLAS 2305 - Ancient Technology
   •  CLAS 2335 - Archaeologies of the Classical World
   •  CLAS 3315 - World of Egypt and the Near East
   •  CLAS 3320 - The World of Greece
   •  CLAS 3330 - The World of Rome
   •  CLAS 3340 - Gender and Sexuality in the Classical World
   •  CLAS 3350 - Comparative Mythology
   •  CLAS 4300 - Research in Classics
   •  CLAS 4310 - Seminar in Classics
   •  CLAS 4601 - Classical Field Archaeology

CLAS - Classics (Graduate Courses)

   •  CLAS 5101 - Classical Language Pedagogy
   •  CLAS 5102 - Classical Culture Pedagogy
   •  CLAS 5301 - Studies in Greco-Roman Literature
   •  CLAS 5305 - Aims and Methods of Classical Scholarship
   •  CLAS 5311 - Classical Art and Archaeology
   •  CLAS 5315 - Topics in Classics
   •  CLAS 5350 - The Classical Tradition
   •  CLAS 6000 - Master's Thesis
   •  CLAS 7000 - Research

CLT - Comparative Literature (Undergraduate Courses)

   •  CLT 4300 - Individual Studies in Comparative Literature
   •  CLT 4305 - Contemporary Theories of Cultural Meaning
   •  CLT 4317 - Readings in Comparative Literature and Culture

CLT - Comparative Literature (Graduate Courses)

   •  CLT 5301 - Theories of Literature
   •  CLT 5310 - Literature and Cultural Studies
   •  CLT 5314 - Literature and Gender
   •  CLT 5355 - Studies in Comparative Literature
   •  CLT 7000 - Research

CMLL - Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures (Undergraduate Courses)

   •  CMLL 1301 - Individual Studies in Modern Languages I
   •  CMLL 1302 - Individual Studies in Modern Languages II
   •  CMLL 1501 - Individual Studies in Modern Languages I
   •  CMLL 1502 - Individual Studies in Modern Languages II
   •  CMLL 2301 - Individual Studies in Modern Languages III
   •  CMLL 2302 - Individual Studies in Modern Languages IV
   •  CMLL 2305 - Introduction to Language and Culture
   •  CMLL 2306 - Introduction to World Cinema
   •  CMLL 4300 - Individual Studies in Modern Language

CMLL - Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures (Graduate Courses)

   •  CMLL 5301 - Fundamentals of Research and Scholarship
   •  CMLL 5302 - Theoretical Foundations
   •  CMLL 5305 - Seminar in Language Studies
   •  CMLL 5307 - Studies in World Language and Culture
   •  CMLL 5309 - Studies in Literature and Culture
   •  CMLL 6000 - Master's Thesis
   •  CMLL 7000 - Research

COIN - Cooperative Internship (Undergraduate Courses)

   •  COIN 3000 - Cooperative Internship

COMS - Communication Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

   •  COMS 1300 - Introduction to Communication Studies
   •  COMS 1301 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMS 1310 - Fundamentals of Communication
   •  COMS 2300 - Public Speaking
   •  COMS 2310 - Communication and Popular Culture
   •  COMS 2320 - Communication in Nursing
   •  COMS 2350 - Introduction to Communication Disorders
   •  COMS 2358 - Speaking for Business
   •  COMS 3102 - Forensic Activities
   •  COMS 3301 - Communication Theory
   •  COMS 3302 - Communication Research
   •  COMS 3310 - Rhetoric in Western Thought
   •  COMS 3313 - Persuasion
   •  COMS 3314 - Argumentation and Debate
   •  COMS 3315 - Political Campaign Communication
   •  COMS 3319 - Persuasion and Social Movements
   •  COMS 3320 - Media, Technology, and Society
   •  COMS 3321 - The Rhetoric of Film
   •  COMS 3332 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMS 3333 - Communication in Relationships
   •  COMS 3334 - Gender and Communication
   •  COMS 3335 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  COMS 3351 - Communication in Instruction and Training
   •  COMS 3353 - Small Group Communication
   •  COMS 3355 - Communication in Organizations
   •  COMS 3356 - Leadership and Communication
   •  COMS 3359 - Interviewing: Process and Procedures
 

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