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    University of Louisiana Lafayette
   
 
  Jan 20, 2018
 
 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions



To enroll in any 400-level course, students must be admitted to the Upper Division; to enroll in a 400(G)-level course in which there are graduate students, students must have junior or higher standing.

*LCCN indicates Louisiana Common Course Number.

 

Dance

Performing Arts Majors must have maintained a grade of "C" or better in THEA 111, 161, 251 and Dance 101 and 113 before registering for any 300-level Theatre or Dance course.

   •  DANC 413 - Modern Dance Technique IX
   •  DANC 414 - Modern Dance Technique X
   •  DANC 424 - Choreography I
   •  DANC 425 - Choreography II
   •  DANC 431 - Ballet VII
   •  DANC 432 - Ballet VIII
   •  DANC 433 - Ballet IX
   •  DANC 434 - Ballet X

Design

   •  DSGN 101 - Basic Design I
   •  DSGN 102 - Basic Design II
   •  DSGN 103 - Honors Basic Design I
   •  DSGN 104 - Honors Basic Design II
   •  DSGN 114 - Design Communication
   •  DSGN 121 - Survey of Design
   •  DSGN 235 - Design and the Computer
   •  DSGN 310 - Creativity in Innovation
   •  DSGN 311 - Special Projects
   •  DSGN 362 - Human Factors
   •  DSGN 374 - Intermediate Digital Modeling
   •  DSGN 376 - Intermediate Design Media
   •  DSGN 379 - Principles of Furniture Design
   •  DSGN 380 - Hands-on-materials
   •  DSGN 389 - Principles of Interior Design
   •  DSGN 450(G) - Design Marketing Management
   •  DSGN 471(G) - Field Analysis
   •  DSGN 474(G) - Field History and Theory
   •  DSGN 480(G) - Topics in Design
   •  DSGN 485(G) - Advanced Research Issues
   •  DSGN 495 - Internship

Dietetics

   •  DIET 100 - Introduction to Dietetics
   •  DIET 200 - Basic Human Nutrition
   •  DIET 202 - Human Nutrition
   •  DIET 204 - Nutrition in the Life Span
   •  DIET 214 - Medical Nutrition Therapy for Nurses
   •  DIET 270 - Evidence Based Components of Dietetics
   •  DIET 310 - Nutrition Assessment
   •  DIET 314 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I
   •  DIET 315 - Medical Nutrition Therapy II
   •  DIET 333 - Food Science
   •  DIET 401 - Food Service Systems Management
   •  DIET 404(G) - Child Nutrition
   •  DIET 405(G) - Nutrition for Fitness and Sports
   •  DIET 415 - Experimental Food Science
   •  DIET 425 - Community Nutrition
   •  DIET 430 - Topics in Dietetic Practice
   •  DIET 434 - Medical Nutrition Therapy III
   •  DIET 451 - Macronutrients
   •  DIET 452 - Micronutrients
   •  DIET 455 - Dietetic Practicum
   •  DIET 497 - Special Projects I
   •  DIET 498 - Special Projects II

Economics

To enroll in any economics course numbered 320 and above, a student must be in upper division and have completed course prerequisites.

   •  ECON 201 - Principles of Economics I
   •  ECON 202 - Principles of Economics II
   •  ECON 250 - Mathematical Economics
   •  ECON 300 - Fundamentals of Economics
   •  ECON 315 - Honors Economics I
   •  ECON 316 - Honors Economics II
   •  ECON 317 - Honors Fundamentals of Economics
   •  ECON 320 - Money and Banking
   •  ECON 324 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 325 - Price Theory Analysis
   •  ECON 330 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECON 340 - Economics of Art and Culture
   •  ECON 360 - Economic Development
   •  ECON 399 - Internship in Economics I
   •  ECON 401(G) - Industrial Structure and Governmental Policy
   •  ECON 403 - Seminar in Contemporary International Business Issues
   •  ECON 404(G) - Environmental Economics
   •  ECON 408 - Economic Forecasting
   •  ECON 409(G) - Labor Economics
   •  ECON 413 - Economics of Political Behavior
   •  ECON 415 - International Economics
   •  ECON 416 - Development of Economic Thought
   •  ECON 417(G) - Seminar
   •  ECON 418(G) - Introductory Econometrics
   •  ECON 419 - Urban Economics
   •  ECON 425 - Health Care Economics
   •  ECON 428 - Public Finance
   •  ECON 430(G) - Industrial Economics and Finance
   •  ECON 490(G) - Economic Education
   •  ECON 497 - Directed Individual Study
   •  ECON 499 - Internship in Economics II
   •  ECON 510 - Business Conditions Analysis
   •  ECON 515 - Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
   •  ECON 519 - Government Policy Towards Business
   •  ECON 528 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECON 530 - Health Care Economics and Finance
   •  ECON 597 - Directed Individual Study

Educational Curriculum and Instruction

Prerequisites for admission to Education courses: Any student may schedule EDFL 106 (or its honors equivalent, EDFL 207), EDFL 201, or SPED 300. All teacher Education majors should schedule EDCI 100 during their freshman year, preferably their first semester. However, registration for other "Education'' courses (EDCI, EDFL, IRED, READ, or SPED above 200-level) will be limited to persons who have completed EDFL 106 (formerly 105) with a grade of C or better and who have formally applied for and been admitted to the Professional Program in Teacher Education.

All methods courses will require field experiences. The number of hours required will vary from course to course. It is recommended that students schedule their classes each semester with three to six hours available during K-12 school hours each week to accomplish the required field experience.

   •  EDCI 100 - Orientation to Teacher Education
   •  EDCI 300 - Language Arts in the Elementary School
   •  EDCI 308 - Children's Literature
   •  EDCI 310 - Literature for Young Adults
   •  EDCI 349 - PK-6 Mathematics Methods I
   •  EDCI 350 - PK-6 Mathematics Methods II
   •  EDCI 351 - Practicum in Elementary Mathematics
   •  EDCI 352 - Middle School Mathematics Methods
   •  EDCI 353 - PK-6 Mathematics Methods for Alternate Certification Candidates
   •  EDCI 405(G) - Developmental Foundations of Early Childhood Education and Early Intervention
   •  EDCI 407 - Understanding and Facilitating Play
   •  EDCI 408(G) - Integrated PK-3 Program Design and Instruction
 

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