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    University of Louisiana Lafayette
   
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
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.

 

Counseling

   •  COUN 502 - Theories of Counseling
   •  COUN 503 - Principles and Administration of School Counseling
   •  COUN 504 - Theories and Techniques of Appraisals for Counselors
   •  COUN 505 - Helping Relationships
   •  COUN 506 - Multicultural Counseling
   •  COUN 507 - Lifestyle and Career Development
   •  COUN 509 - Group Processes
   •  COUN 510 - Relationship, Marriage, and Family Counseling
   •  COUN 511 - Substance Abuse and Dependency Counseling
   •  COUN 512 - Counseling College Students
   •  COUN 513 - Student Development in Higher Education
   •  COUN 514 - Counseling Children and Adolescents
   •  COUN 515 - Orientation to the Vocational Rehabilitation Process
   •  COUN 516 - Psychosocial Aspects of Disability
   •  COUN 517 - Medical Aspects of Disability
   •  COUN 518 - Vocational Analysis and Assessment of People With Disabilities
   •  COUN 519 - Counseling in Community Settings
   •  COUN 520 - Advanced Appraisal Techniques
   •  COUN 521 - Advanced Seminar in Counseling
   •  COUN 522 - Crisis Counseling.
   •  COUN 523 - Grief and Bereavement Counseling
   •  COUN 539 - Counseling Practicum
   •  COUN 540 - Counseling Internship
   •  COUN 541 - Rehabilitation Counseling Internship
   •  COUN 544 - Introduction to Play Therapy
   •  COUN 550 - Advanced Relationship, Marriage and Family Counseling
   •  COUN 554 - Advanced Play Therapy
   •  COUN 555 - Advanced Counseling Techniques
   •  COUN 559 - Advanced Group Counseling
   •  COUN 597 - Directed Research/Independent Study
   •  COUN 599 - Thesis Research and Thesis
   •  COUN 899 - Examinations Only

Criminal Justice

   •  CJUS 101 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 203 - The Police Process
   •  CJUS 204 - The Criminal Courts
   •  CJUS 205 - The Corrections Process
   •  CJUS 301 - Introduction to Research Methods
   •  CJUS 303 - Forensics I
   •  CJUS 305 - Criminal Behavior
   •  CJUS 315 - Criminal Investigation
   •  CJUS 330 - Juvenile Justice
   •  CJUS 345 - Criminal Law
   •  CJUS 380 - Correctional Institutions
   •  CJUS 397 - Field Projects in Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 399 - Special Issues in Crime and Justice
   •  CJUS 401 - Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 403 - Forensics II
   •  CJUS 404(G) - Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
   •  CJUS 410(G) - Management of Criminal Justice Systems
   •  CJUS 484(G) - The Offender and Society
   •  CJUS 490(G) - Research Methods
   •  CJUS 495 - Internship in Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 497 - Special Projects
   •  CJUS 498 - Special Projects
   •  CJUS 501 - Special Topics in Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 505 - Seminar in Juvenile Prevention, Intervention and Rehabilitative Programs
   •  CJUS 510 - Seminar in Juvenile Justice
   •  CJUS 511 - Seminar in Collaborative Models for Change in Juvenile Justice
   •  CJUS 512 - Child Delinquency
   •  CJUS 515 - Seminar in Criminal Justice Administration and Operations
   •  CJUS 561 - Seminar in Theories of Crime and Delinquency
   •  CJUS 570 - Inequality, Crime, and Justice
   •  CJUS 590 - Research Methods
   •  CJUS 591 - Program Assessment/ Evaluation Research
   •  CJUS 592 - Legal Research
   •  CJUS 597 - Directed Individual Studies
   •  CJUS 599 - Thesis Research and Thesis

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 101 - Introduction to Dance I
   •  DANC 102 - Introduction to Dance II
   •  DANC 112 - Modern Dance Techniques II
   •  DANC 113 - Beginning Jazz Technique
   •  DANC 114 - Beginning Hip Hop
   •  DANC 115 - Rhythmic Analysis
   •  DANC 131 - Ballet I
   •  DANC 132 - Ballet II
   •  DANC 201 - Intermediate Performance
   •  DANC 204 - Tap Dance
   •  DANC 211 - Modern Dance Technique III
   •  DANC 212 - Modern Dance Technique IV
   •  DANC 231 - Ballet III
   •  DANC 232 - Ballet IV
   •  DANC 241 - Repertory I
   •  DANC 251 - Dance Composition I
   •  DANC 301 - Performance III
   •  DANC 302 - Performance IV
   •  DANC 311 - Modern Dance Technique V
   •  DANC 312 - Modern Dance Technique VI
   •  DANC 313 - Intermediate Jazz Technique
   •  DANC 321 - Philosophy and History of Dance I
   •  DANC 322 - Philosophy and History of Dance II
   •  DANC 331 - Ballet V
   •  DANC 332 - Ballet VI
   •  DANC 341 - Repertory II
   •  DANC 351 - Dance Composition II
   •  DANC 361 - Dance Pedagogy
   •  DANC 371 - Special Topics
   •  DANC 401 - Performance V
   •  DANC 402 - Performance VI
   •  DANC 411 - Modern Dance Technique VII
   •  DANC 412 - Modern Dance Technique VIII
 

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