Oct 14, 2019  
2014-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog 
    
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.

 

Environmental Science

   •  ENVS 403 - Agribusiness Management
   •  ENVS 405 - Agriculture and Environmental Security
   •  ENVS 406 - Environmental Modeling and GIS in Renewable Resources
   •  ENVS 408 - Indoor Plantscapes
   •  ENVS 410 - Environmental Landscape Design
   •  ENVS 412 - Urban Tree Management
   •  ENVS 415 - Holistic Resource Management
   •  ENVS 418 - Landscape Construction and Maintenance Operation
   •  ENVS 420 - Advanced Equine Science
   •  ENVS 422(G) - Environmental Science Projects
   •  ENVS 424 - Sustainable Systems Design
   •  ENVS 426(G) - Historical Development
   •  ENVS 428(G) - Environmental Physiology of Domestic Animals
   •  ENVS 430 - Animal Reproduction
   •  ENVS 433(G) - Nutrients and Animal Metabolism
   •  ENVS 435 - Renewable Resources Problem Identification
   •  ENVS 436 - Renewable Resource Project Management and Presentation
   •  ENVS 440(G) - Survey of Biotechnology
   •  ENVS 443(G) - Animal Endocrinology
   •  ENVS 445(G) - Coastal Sciences
   •  ENVS 455(G) - Geographic Information Science I
   •  ENVS 456 - Horticulture License and Permits
   •  ENVS 457(G) - Directed Studies in Renewable Resources
   •  ENVS 460 - Landscape Plants
   •  ENVS 464(G) - Geographic Information Science II
   •  ENVS 472 - Internship
   •  ENVS 473(G) - Remote Sensing in GIS
   •  ENVS 480(G) - Integrated Pest Management
   •  ENVS 483 - Community-based Sustainable Development
   •  ENVS 484 - Watershed Science
   •  ENVS 486(G) - Water Quality
   •  ENVS 487(G) - Advanced GIS Analysis and Applications
   •  ENVS 490(G) - Environmental Pedology
   •  ENVS 493(G) - Soil-Plant Relationships
   •  ENVS 494(G) - Capstone Seminar
   •  ENVS 495(G) - Soil Genesis and Survey
   •  ENVS 498(G) - Soil Biology
   •  ENVS 580 - Fate of Pollutants in Soils and Natural Waters
   •  ENVS I 100 - Introduction to Environmental Science
   •  ENVS II 280 - Biosphere Systems

Finance

To enroll in any Finance course numbered 300 and above, a student must be in upper division and meet course prerequisites.

   •  FNAN 220 - Principles of Real Estate I
   •  FNAN 221 - Principles of Real Estate II
   •  FNAN 222 - Appraisal of Real Estate
   •  FNAN 230 - Personal Consumer Finance
   •  FNAN 250 - Financial Principles and Applications
   •  FNAN 300 - Business Finance
   •  FNAN 301 - Honors Business Finance
   •  FNAN 307 - Credit and Financial Statement Analysis
   •  FNAN 320 - Money and Banking
   •  FNAN 335 - Financial Institutions and Markets
   •  FNAN 350 - Valuation Analysis and Appraisal
   •  FNAN 398 - Internship in Finance I
   •  FNAN 400 - Financial Problems Analysis
   •  FNAN 405(G) - Investments
   •  FNAN 406 - Speculative Financial Markets
   •  FNAN 412 - International Finance
   •  FNAN 415 - Bank Administration
   •  FNAN 420 - Financial Information Systems
   •  FNAN 425 - Portfolio Theory and Investment Analysis
   •  FNAN 460 - Financial Theory and Corporate Policy
   •  FNAN 490 - Seminar in Financial Management and Policy
   •  FNAN 495 - Seminar in Financial Institutions
   •  FNAN 497 - Individual Study
   •  FNAN 498 - Internship in Finance II
   •  FNAN 501 - Foundations of Finance
   •  FNAN 503 - Money and Capital Markets
   •  FNAN 505 - Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
   •  FNAN 509 - Case Problems in Business Finance
   •  FNAN 510 - Risk Management and Insurance
   •  FNAN 512 - Administration of Financial Intermediaries
   •  FNAN 515 - International Trade and Finance
   •  FNAN 522 - Advanced Financial Management and Policy
   •  FNAN 597 - Directed Individual Study

Foreign Literature

   •  FORL 331 - Foreign Literatures in Translation I, II
   •  FORL 332 - Foreign Literatures in Translation I, II
   •  FORL 433(G) - Foreign Literatures in Translation III
   •  FORL 434(G) - Foreign Literatures in Translation IV

French

Courses numbered 400 and above will be offered as indicated when justified by the enrollment.

   •  FREN 101 - Elementary French I
   •  FREN 102 - Elementary French II
   •  FREN 112 - Elementary French II Laboratory
   •  FREN 201 - Intermediate French
   •  FREN 202 - French for Reading
   •  FREN 211 - Intermediate French Laboratory
   •  FREN 216 - Intermediate Conversation
   •  FREN 301 - Cajun French
   •  FREN 302 - Literary or Linguistic Studies I
   •  FREN 311 - Introduction to French and Francophone Literature
   •  FREN 316 - Advanced Conversation
   •  FREN 322 - French and Francophone Popular Culture
   •  FREN 332 - French for Professionals
   •  FREN 361 - Advanced French I
   •  FREN 362 - Advanced French II
   •  FREN 392 - Louisiana French Folklore and Folk Music
   •  FREN 400(G) - Phonetics and Pronunciation
   •  FREN 401(G) - Literary or Linguistic Studies II
   •  FREN 421(G) - France and the Francophone World
   •  FREN 422(G) - Topics in the Francophone World
   •  FREN 424(G) - The Sociocultural Context of Louisiana French
   •  FREN 425(G) - Francophone Oral Literature
   •  FREN 431(G) - Nineteenth Century Studies
 

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