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LeTourneau University    
 
    
 
  Nov 21, 2017
 
2017-2018 Official University Catalog

Course Descriptions


All courses described in this section are listed alphabetically by course prefix and are coded to guide students in course selections. Prefix letters designate the department responsible for teaching the course. The first digit of the number indicates the year in which the course is normally taken; the next two digits identify the specific course within the department; and the last digit indicates the credit value of the course in semester hours.

For example, course number MATH 1203  represents: “MATH” a mathematics course, “1” normally taken during the freshman year, “20” differentiating it from other freshman level courses in mathematics, and “3” receiving 3 semester hours of credit.

Courses designated as leadership courses by the Center for the Development of Christian Leadership will appear with an (L) after the course title.

Some courses will have specific prerequisites or corequisites listed in the course descriptions. Prerequisites must be taken before the student can enroll in the course in question while corequisites must be taken at the same time. Also included in the descriptions are the number of hours each week students can expect to spend in the classroom and how many they will spend in the laboratory for that course.

Unless otherwise indicated at the end of the course description, courses are normally offered in both the fall and spring semesters. The semester in which a course may be offered is subject to change depending on teacher availability and student demand. The University also reserves the right to add or cancel courses in all areas of the curriculum, depending on student demand or other circumstances requiring such action. Such adjustments are made only after careful study and with the student’s best interest in mind.

 

Texas Common Course Number Index  

 
   •  NURS 3823 - Medical Surgical Nursing Practicum
   •  NURS 3852 - Research & Evidence Based Practice
   •  NURS 4413 - Complex Nursing
   •  NURS 4423 - Complex Nursing Practicum
   •  NURS 4613 - Community Public Health Nursing
   •  NURS 4621 - Community Public Health Nursing Practicum
   •  NURS 4733 - Family Health Nursing
   •  NURS 4743 - Family Health Nursing Practicum
   •  NURS 4751 - Leadership and Management in Nursing Practicum
   •  NURS 4753 - Leadership and Management in Nursing
   •  NURS 4834 - Nursing Capstone Practicum
   •  PHIL 2013 - Introduction To Philosophy
   •  PHIL 2073 - Great Ideas through the Centuries
   •  PHIL 4941-4993 - Special Topics
   •  PHYS Elective - Degree Elective
   •  PHYS 1014 - Physical Science
   •  PHYS 1111 - General Physics I Laboratory
   •  PHYS 1113 - General Physics I
   •  PHYS 1121 - General Physics II Laboratory
   •  PHYS 1123 - General Physics II
   •  PHYS 2011 - University Physics I Laboratory
   •  PHYS 2013 - University Physics I
   •  PHYS 2021 - University Physics II Laboratory
   •  PHYS 2023 - University Physics II
   •  PHYS 2173 - Physical Science
   •  PHYS 2514 - Astronomy
   •  PHYS 3214 - Relativity and Quantum Theory
   •  PHYS 3323 - Atoms, Nuclei, and Particles
   •  PHYS 3941 - Science Curriculum Research
   •  PHYS 3951 - Introduction to Research
   •  PHYS 4113 - Advanced Mechanics
   •  PHYS 4253 - Advanced Quantum Mechanics
   •  PHYS 4414 - Optics
   •  PHYS 4811 - Senior Science and Christian Faith Seminar
   •  PHYS 4951 - Undergraduate Research
   •  PHYS 4953-4994 - Special Topics
   •  POLS 1103 - Introduction to International Relations
   •  POLS 2503 - US Government
   •  POLS 2603 - Texas Government
   •  POLS 3103 - Political Campaigns
   •  POLS 3951-3953 - Pre-law Practicum
   •  POLS 4103 - American Constitutional Law
   •  POLS 4703 - Christianity & American Politics
   •  POLS 4943-4983 - Special Topics
   •  POLS 4991-4993 - Independent Study
   •  PSYC 2013 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PSYC 2033 - Professions in Psychology
   •  PSYC 2143 - Human Growth and Development
   •  PSYC 2163 - Personality Theory
   •  PSYC 3003 - Theories and Techniques of Counseling
   •  PSYC 3203 - Marriage and the Family
   •  PSYC 3303 - History and Systems of Psychology
   •  PSYC 3313 - Introduction to Child & Adolescent Issues
   •  PSYC 3403 - Learning and Cognition
   •  PSYC 3413 - Human Sexuality
   •  PSYC 3503 - Psychology of Gender
   •  PSYC 3513 - Health Psychology
   •  PSYC 3653 - Principles of Sport Psychology
   •  PSYC 4023 - Basic Counseling Skills
   •  PSYC 4103 - Educational Psychology
   •  PSYC 4113 - Social Psychology
   •  PSYC 4203 - Group Therapy
   •  PSYC 4303 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSYC 4323 - Child & Adolescent Interventions
   •  PSYC 4503 - Physiological Psychology
   •  PSYC 4523 - Addiction
   •  PSYC 4603 - Statistics and Research Methods I
   •  PSYC 4703 - Statistics and Research Methods II
   •  PSYC 4713 - Capstone Integration Seminar
   •  PSYC 4803 - Tests and Measurements
   •  PSYC 4903 - APA & Original Research
   •  PSYC 4933 - Practicum
   •  PSYC 4941-4983 - Special Topics
   •  PSYC 4991-4993 - Independent Study
   •  PSYC 5003 - Introduction to Counseling
   •  PSYC 5012 - Integrative Theology for Counselors
   •  PSYC 5013 - Advanced Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSYC 5023 - Counseling Skills and Techniques
   •  PSYC 5033 - Ethical, Legal & Professional Standards in Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy Practice
   •  PSYC 5043 - Psychopathology: Diagnosis & Treatment of Mental Disorders
   •  PSYC 5053 - Research Methods
   •  PSYC 5073 - Lifespan Human Development
   •  PSYC 5083 - Counseling Theories and Family Therapies for Professional Counselors and MFTs
   •  PSYC 5093 - Counseling Diverse Populations
   •  PSYC 5101 - Theological & Spiritual Dynamics in Counseling I
   •  PSYC 5102 - Theological & Spiritual Dynamics in Counseling
   •  PSYC 5113 - Human Sexuality & Sex Therapy
   •  PSYC 5123 - Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
   •  PSYC 5133 - Psychological Testing, Clinical Appraisal and Diagnostic Evaluation in Counseling & MFT
   •  PSYC 5153 - Psychopharmacology
   •  PSYC 5162 - Trauma and Theology in the Developmental Context
   •  PSYC 5172 - Healthy Family Functioning
   •  PSYC 5182 - Child Trauma Intervention
   •  PSYC 5192 - Adult Trauma Intervention
   •  PSYC 5201 - Theological & Spiritual Dynamics in Counseling II
   •  PSYC 5202 - Professional, Personal & Spiritual Life of the Marriage and Family Therapist
   •  PSYC 5203 - Group Counseling Methods
   •  PSYC 5223 - Career Counseling and Lifestyle Development
   •  PSYC 5243 - Brief/Solution-Focused & Communication Approaches to Counseling & MFT
   •  PSYC 5293 - Structural & Intergenerational Approaches to Counseling & MFT
 

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