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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  

 
   •  CYBS 3103 - Foundations of Infor Systems Security
   •  CYBS 3403 - Digital Forensics
   •  CYBS 4103 - Security Policy Analysis
   •  CYBS 4203 - Security Policy Implementation
   •  CYBS 4303 - Advanced Information Systems Security
   •  CYBS 4403 - Cryptography
   •  CYBS 4603 - Practical Applications in Cyber Sec Management
   •  DATA 2103 - Data Science I
   •  DATA 2203 - Data Science II
   •  DATA 4903 - Senior Seminar
   •  DSTC 1023 - Foundations of Design Technology
   •  DSTC 1203 - Computer Aided Drafting And Design
   •  DSTC 1413 - Technical Design Elements I
   •  DSTC 2811 - Engineering Design Technology I
   •  DSTC 2821 - Engineering Design Technology II
   •  DSTC 3423 - Technical Design Elements II
   •  DSTC 3433 - Solids Modeling
   •  DSTC 3443 - Computer Aided Manufacturing
   •  DSTC 3811 - Drafting/Design Internship
   •  DSTC 3941-3993 - Special Topics
   •  ECON 2103 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 2203 - Microeconomics
   •  ECON 3103 - Money And Banking
   •  ECON 3413 - International Development Economics
   •  ECON 3773 - Principles of Economics
   •  ECON 4303 - International Economics
   •  ECON 4941-4944 - Special Topics
   •  EDUC 2001 - Field Experience I
   •  EDUC 2401 - Introduction to American Education
   •  EDUC 2402 - Teaching as a Profession
   •  EDUC 3133 - Methods of Math and Science Instruction
   •  EDUC 3143 - Creative Expression for the Young Child
   •  EDUC 3233 - Science Concepts
   •  EDUC 3301 - Field Experience II
   •  EDUC 3323 - Planning And Assessment
   •  EDUC 3343 - Foundations of American Education and Culture
   •  EDUC 3353 - Development and Learning of the Young Child
   •  EDUC 3401 - Field Experience III
   •  EDUC 3503 - Mathematical Concepts
   •  EDUC 3553 - Math Practicum (On Demand)
   •  EDUC 4001 - Pedagogy and Professional Reponsibilities certification Preparation Exam Seminar
   •  EDUC 4002 - Content Exam Certification Preparation Seminar
   •  EDUC 4101 - Certification Preparation Seminar (EC-6th)
   •  EDUC 4133 - Methods Of Language Arts And Social Studies Instruction
   •  EDUC 4143 - Language Development Of The Young Child
   •  EDUC 4153 - Classroom Management And Organization For The Elementary School
   •  EDUC 4183 - Clinical Teaching I in the Elementary School
   •  EDUC 4201 - Certification Preparation Seminar (4th-8th)
   •  EDUC 4203 - The Science of Learning
   •  EDUC 4223 - Teaching The Middle School Student
   •  EDUC 4283 - Clinical Teaching I in the Middle School
   •  EDUC 4301 - Certification Preparation Seminar (8th-12th)
   •  EDUC 4323 - Ethical and Legal Topics in Education
   •  EDUC 4333 - Secondary Instructional Methods
   •  EDUC 4343 - Classroom Management And Organization For The Middle & Secondary School
   •  EDUC 4363 - Examination of Exceptionalities
   •  EDUC 4373 - Methods of Differentiating Instruction for Individuals with Disabilities
   •  EDUC 4383 - Clinical Teaching I in the High School
   •  EDUC 4386 - Student Teaching in the High School
   •  EDUC 4396 - Clinical Teaching All Levels - Global
   •  EDUC 4483 - Clinical Teaching I
   •  EDUC 4484 - Clinical Teaching II
   •  EDUC 4763 - Differentiating Classroom Instruction
   •  EDUC 4863 - Internship All-Levels - Global
   •  EDUC 4963 - Certification Preparation
   •  EDUC 4971-4973 - Special Topics
   •  EEGR 2051 - Circuits and Measurements Lab
   •  EEGR 2053 - Electric Circuits
   •  EEGR 2163 - Advanced Circuits
   •  EEGR 3213 - Digital Electronics
   •  EEGR 3233 - Introduction To Microcontrollers
   •  EEGR 3314 - Electronics and Lab
   •  EEGR 3344 - Advanced Electronics and Lab
   •  EEGR 3523 - Mechatronics
   •  EEGR 4233 - Introduction To Microprocessors And Microcomputers
   •  EEGR 4253 - Microcomputer Design
   •  EEGR 4283 - Digital Signal Processing
   •  EEGR 4513 - Electromagnetic Fields And Waves
   •  EEGR 4613 - Communications Engineering
   •  EEGR 4900-4993 - Special Topics
   •  EEGR 5283 - Digital Signal Processing
   •  EEGR 5423 - Advanced Control Systems
   •  EEGR 5513 - Advanced Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
   •  EEGR 5613 - Communications Engineering
   •  EEGR 5883 - Optics
   •  EEGR 5900-5993 - Special Topics
   •  EEGR 6941-6993 - Special Topics
   •  EETC 1011 - Electronic Fabrication Fundamentals
   •  EETC 1021 - DC Electricity Laboratory
   •  EETC 1022 - DC Electricity
   •  EETC 1041 - AC Electricity Laboratory
   •  EETC 1042 - AC Electricity
   •  EETC 2313 - Electronics I
   •  EETC 2324 - Electronics II
   •  EETC 3213 - Digital Electronics
   •  EETC 3434 - Electrical Machinery and Controls
   •  EETC 3513 - Electronic Communications
   •  EETC 4213 - Introduction To Microcontrollers
   •  EETC 4313 - Digital and Microcontroller Design
   •  EETC 4521 - Electronic Communications and Processes Lab
 

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