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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  

 
   •  BUSI 4343 - Fundraising
   •  BUSI 4403 - Project Definition and Planning
   •  BUSI 4413 - Project Implementation and Evaluation
   •  BUSI 4433 - Project Management Application
   •  BUSI 4623 - International Travel Experience
   •  BUSI 4763 - Global Management Strategy
   •  BUSI 4793 - NonProfit Management Capstone
   •  BUSI 4823 - Mission, Values and Culture in Leadership
   •  BUSI 4843 - Servant Leadership
   •  BUSI 4853 - Designing and Leading Effective Organizations
   •  BUSI 4863 - Transformational Leadership
   •  BUSI 4873 - Dynamics of Leadership
   •  BUSI 4893 - Faith and Work
   •  BUSI 4921-4926 - Business Internship
   •  BUSI 4941-4994 - Special Topics
   •  BUSI 4983 - NonProfit Internship
   •  BUSI 5101 - Self-Leadership Assessment and Development
   •  BUSI 5113 - Entrepreneurial Leadership
   •  BUSI 5121 - Work-Life Balance
   •  BUSI 5123 - Organizational Behavior & Design
   •  BUSI 5131 - Spiritual Elements of Leadership
   •  BUSI 5141 - Integrating Faith and Work
   •  BUSI 5203 - Dynamics of Teams and Communities
   •  BUSI 5213 - The Art of Leadership
   •  BUSI 5223 - The Strategy-Focused Organization
   •  BUSI 5233 - Managerial Accounting
   •  BUSI 5243 - Analyzing Data and Trends
   •  BUSI 5273 - Managerial Economics
   •  BUSI 5313 - Organizational Effectiveness
   •  BUSI 5323 - Leadership in a Global Society
   •  BUSI 5343 - Leading Faith-Based Organizations
   •  BUSI 5353 - Communication and Culture in a Global Society
   •  BUSI 5361 - Developing an Ethical Climate
   •  BUSI 5373 - Strategic Thinking and Planning
   •  BUSI 5383 - Organizational Change and Development
   •  BUSI 5403 - Strategic Leadership in Practice
   •  BUSI 5411 - Surviving Disruptive Technology
   •  BUSI 5421 - New Product Management
   •  BUSI 5423 - Decision Analysis
   •  BUSI 5431 - Leading Strategic Innovation
   •  BUSI 5433 - Leading Technology & Innovation
   •  BUSI 5503 - Managerial Finance
   •  BUSI 5613 - Program Management
   •  BUSI 6103 - Human Resource Management
   •  BUSI 6163 - Cross-Cultural Management
   •  BUSI 6233 - Quality and Operations Management
   •  BUSI 6303 - Marketing Management
   •  BUSI 6433 - System Safety and Risk Analysis
   •  BUSI 6453 - Integrated Logistics
   •  BUSI 6503 - Strategic Management
   •  BUSI 6613 - Portfolio Management
   •  BUSI 6623 - International Travel Experience
   •  BUSI 6653 - Global Enterprise
   •  BUSI 6703 - Engineering Management Design
   •  BUSI 6713 - Oil & Gas Industry
   •  BUSI 6723 - Asset Valuation
   •  BUSI 6733 - International Finance
   •  BUSI 6743 - Project Management
   •  BUSI 6763 - Petroleum Finance
   •  BUSI 6813 - Software Engineering
   •  BUSI 6823 - Computer Security
   •  BUSI 6833 - Strategic Data Management
   •  CAEL 1003 - Prior Learning Assessment Theory and Practice
   •  CCLT 1013 - Contemporary World Missions
   •  CCLT 1203 - Cross-cultural Adaptation
   •  CCLT 2103 - Cross-cultural Communication
   •  CCLT 2941-2993 - Special Topics
   •  CCLT 3103 - Cultural Anthropology
   •  CCLT 3203 - Religions Of The World
   •  CCLT 4003 - Cross-Cultural Internship
   •  CCLT 4006 - Cross-Cultural Internship
   •  CCLT 4103 - Biblical & Strategic Paradigms for Missions
   •  CCLT 4941-4993 - Special Topics
   •  CEGR 2102 - Introduction to Computer Engineering
   •  CEGR 4233 - Introduction to Microprocessors and Microcomputers
   •  CEGR 4253 - Microcomputer Design
   •  CEGR 5253 - Microcomputer Design
   •  CHEM 1014 - Chemistry for Health Sciences
   •  CHEM 1023 - Introduction to Chemistry
   •  CHEM 1111 - General Chemistry I Laboratory
   •  CHEM 1113 - General Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 1121 - General Chemistry II Laboratory
   •  CHEM 1123 - General Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 2111 - Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
   •  CHEM 2113 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 2121 - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
   •  CHEM 2123 - Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 3014 - Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 3111 - Chemical Analysis Laboratory
   •  CHEM 3113 - Chemical Analysis
   •  CHEM 3214 - Forensic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 3314 - Forensic Microscopy
   •  CHEM 3941 - Science Curriculum Research
   •  CHEM 3951 - Introduction To Research
   •  CHEM 4111 - Physical Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHEM 4113 - Physical Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 4123 - Physical Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 4253 - Advanced Quantum Mechanics
   •  CHEM 4263 - Computational Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4314 - Biochemistry I
 

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