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    Salem State University
   
 
  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

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Chemistry

   •  CHE 213 Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHE 300H Chemistry in Contemporary Life
   •  CHE 308 Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHE 309 Biochemistry
   •  CHE 321 Quantitative Analysis
   •  CHE 340 Techniques in Inorganic and Organic Synthesis
   •  CHE 341 Physical Chemistry I
   •  CHE 342 Physical Chemistry II
   •  CHE 419 Advanced Biochemistry
   •  CHE 420 Instrumental Analysis for Clinical Chemists
   •  CHE 422 Instrumental Analysis
   •  CHE 441 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHE 442 Physical Organic Chemistry
   •  CHE 560 Chemistry Seminar
   •  CHE 570 Directed Study in Chemistry
   •  CHE 572 Chemistry Research I
   •  CHE 573 Chemistry Research II

Chinese

   •  CHI 101 Elementary Mandarin Chinese I
   •  CHI 102 Elementary Mandarin Chinese II
   •  CHI 201 Intermediate Mandarin Chinese I
   •  CHI 202 Intermediate Mandarin Chinese II

Communication

   •  COM 100 Media in Our Lives
   •  COM 105 Precision Writing in Communications
   •  COM 110 Modern Media and Communications
   •  COM 201 Introduction to Communications
   •  COM 202 Writing for Media
   •  COM 205 Computer Production in Communications
   •  COM 210 Technology for Communications
   •  COM 220 Media Literacy
   •  COM 235 Multimedia Storytelling
   •  COM 250 Engaging Audiences
   •  COM 260 Professional and Online Communication
   •  COM 300 Communication Research Methods
   •  COM 301 Studio Production I
   •  COM 302 Video Field Production
   •  COM 304 Mass Media and Society
   •  COM 305 Communications: Problems of Law and Ethics in Media
   •  COM 309 Editing
   •  COM 315 Communication Theory
   •  COM 316 Communications in the Global Village
   •  COM 320 Principles of Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications
   •  COM 321 Print Copywriting
   •  COM 325 Sports Writing
   •  COM 333 U.S. Media History
   •  COM 335 Writing for Corporations
   •  COM 349 Principles of Public Relations
   •  COM 351 Public Relations Writing
   •  COM 370 Fundamentals of News Writing
   •  COM 371 News Reporting and Writing
   •  COM 401 Studio Production II
   •  COM 402 Video Editing
   •  COM 410 Direct-to-Consumer Advertising
   •  COM 416 Advertising Campaigns
   •  COM 421 Copywriting for Electronic Media
   •  COM 450 Advanced Public Relations Writing
   •  COM 456 Media Relations and Publicity
   •  COM 466 Crisis Communication in P.R.
   •  COM 470 Feature Writing
   •  COM 471 Public Affairs Reporting
   •  COM 495 Special Topics in Communications
   •  COM 500 Directed Study in Communications
   •  COM 501 Practicum in Print and Digital Journalism
   •  COM 502 Communications Technology Practicum
   •  COM 503 Communications Portfolio Seminar
   •  COM 505 Internship in Communications
   •  COM 506 Independent Research In Media Studies
   •  COM 507 Experiential Learning in Advertising
   •  COM 508 Travel and Study Seminar
   •  COM 510 Experiential Learning in Public Relations

Criminal Justice

   •  CRJ 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 200 Corrections
   •  CRJ 202 Rehabilitation/Habilitation of Ex-offender
   •  CRJ 213 Administration of Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 221 Mediation
   •  CRJ 222 Legal Anthropology: Adjudicating Conflict
   •  CRJ 230 Victimology
   •  CRJ 240 Bias Crime
   •  CRJ 250 Introduction to Criminal Investigation Procedures
   •  CRJ 301 Community Corrections
   •  CRJ 303 Crime and the Elderly
   •  CRJ 311 Federal Law Enforcement Systems
   •  CRJ 325 Juvenile Justice
   •  CRJ 330 Police Studies: Analysis and Research
   •  CRJ 340 Community Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 345 Community Issues in Public Safety
   •  CRJ 350 Introduction to Courts
   •  CRJ 355 White-collar Crime
   •  CRJ 360 Racial Minorities, Crime, and Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 362 Theories of Crime and Justice
   •  CRJ 365 Gender and the Criminal Justice System
   •  CRJ 380 Criminal Profiling
   •  CRJ 400 Criminal Justice Research I: Research Methods
   •  CRJ 401 Criminal Justice Research II: Statistics
   •  CRJ 402 Drugs and Crime
   •  CRJ 410 Comparative Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 431 Technology and the Criminal Justice System
   •  CRJ 432 Criminal Law
   •  CRJ 435 Ethics in Criminal Justice Decision Making
   •  CRJ 520 Internship in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 530 Directed Study in Criminal Justice
 

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