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LeTourneau University    
 
    
 
  Nov 18, 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  

 
   •  PSYC 5301 - Professional, Personal, & Spiritual Life I
   •  PSYC 5383 - Family Assessment
   •  PSYC 5401 - Professional, Personal, & Spiritual Life II
   •  PSYC 5583 - Addictions Counseling
   •  PSYC 5683 - Couples Therapy
   •  PSYC 5922-5992 - Special Topics in Trauma
   •  PSYC 6002 - Applied Lab & Treatment Planning
   •  PSYC 6003 - Field Experience for Non-Licensure
   •  PSYC 6012 - Counseling and Marriage & Family Practicum
   •  PSYC 6013 - Counseling and MFT Practicum
   •  PSYC 6022 - Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy Internship I
   •  PSYC 6023 - Counseling and MFT Internship I
   •  PSYC 6032 - Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy Internship II
   •  PSYC 6033 - Counseling and MFT Internship II
   •  READ 3003 - The Teaching of Reading
   •  READ 3133 - Integrated Reading and Writing Methods
   •  READ 3343 - Literature for Children and Adolescents
   •  READ 4203 - Intervention and Remediation of Reading Difficulties
   •  READ 4313 - Reading and Study Skills in The Content Areas
   •  READ 4363 - ELL and Bilingual Literacy Methods
   •  READ 4971-4973 - Special Topics in Reading
   •  SPAN 1113 - Elementary Spanish I
   •  SPAN 1123 - Elementary Spanish II
   •  SPAN 2113 - Intermediate Spanish I
   •  SPAN 2123 - Intermediate Spanish II
   •  SPAN 3016 - Spanish Language Study
   •  SPAN 3903 - Core Seminar: Perspectives on Latin American History and Contemporary Issues
   •  SPAN 4904 - Spanish and the Community
   •  SPAN 4913 - Responses to Third World Reality Seminar
   •  SPAN 4931-4934 - Service Practicum
   •  SPAN 4933 - Language & Literature Seminar
   •  SPAN 4941-4993 - Special Topics
   •  SPAN 4944 - Spanish and the Community
   •  TESL 2103 - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Methods
   •  TESL 2203 - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Theory
   •  TESL 3103 - Introduction to Linguistics
   •  TESL 3203 - Grammar for TESOL
   •  TESL 3303 - Language and Culture
   •  TESL 4203 - Practicum in TESOL
   •  THEO 1043 - Biblical Theology for the Christian Life
   •  THEO 3003 - History of the Church
   •  THEO 3063 - Christian Ethics
   •  THEO 3103 - Christian Doctrine
   •  THEO 3133 - The History of Christian Thought
   •  THEO 3203 - Christian Apologetics
   •  THEO 4103 - Christian Doctrine I
   •  THEO 4113 - Christian Doctrine II
   •  THEO 4941-4993 - Special Topics
 

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