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LeTourneau University    
 
    
 
  Oct 22, 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  

 
   •  EETC 4523 - Electronic Communications and Processes
   •  EETC 4543 - Digital Communications And Processes
   •  EETC 4941-4993 - Special Topics
   •  ENGL 1013 - English Composition I
   •  ENGL 1014 - English Composition I with Lab
   •  ENGL 1023 - English Composition II
   •  ENGL 2103 - Introduction to Literature
   •  ENGL 2113 - Introduction to Literary Studies
   •  ENGL 2312 - Writing Center Internship
   •  ENGL 2323 - Survey Of British Literature I
   •  ENGL 2333 - Survey Of British Literature II
   •  ENGL 2393 - Great Writers of the Western World
   •  ENGL 2603 - Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 2873 - Literature for Leaders
   •  ENGL 3103 - Survey Of American Literature I
   •  ENGL 3113 - Survey Of American Literature II
   •  ENGL 3213 - Technical Writing
   •  ENGL 3223 - Advanced Grammar and Composition
   •  ENGL 3303 - Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 3503 - World Literature: Beginnings Through The Renaissance
   •  ENGL 3553 - World Literature: The Enlightenment Through The Twentieth Century
   •  ENGL 3603 - Multi-ethnic Literatures In America
   •  ENGL 3931 - English Internship
   •  ENGL 4113 - Writing with Power and Style
   •  ENGL 4203 - 4253 - Special Topics: Studies in Drama
   •  ENGL 4203 - 4253 - Special Topics: Studies in Film
   •  ENGL 4203 - 4253 - Special Topics: Studies in Genre Fiction
   •  ENGL 4203 - 4253 - Special Topics: Studies in Poetry
   •  ENGL 4203 - 4253 - Special Topics: Studies in Short Fiction
   •  ENGL 4203 - 4253 - Special Topics: Studies in the Novel
   •  ENGL 4813 - C.S. Lewis: The Man And His Works
   •  ENGL 4923 - History Of The English Language
   •  ENGL 4933 - English Seminar
   •  ENGL 4943-4983 - Special Topics
   •  ENGL 4963 - Special Topics: Reading J.R.R. Tolkien
   •  ENGL 4991-4993 - Independent Study
   •  ENGL 5113 - Writing with Power and Style
   •  ENGR 1311 - Manufacturing Processes Laboratory
   •  ENGR 1513 - Introduction to Engineering Practice I
   •  ENGR 1523 - Introduction to Engineering Practice II
   •  ENGR 2313 - Materials Engineering
   •  ENGR 2400 - Sophomore Design Seminar
   •  ENGR 2704 - Project Management, Design and Entrepreneurship
   •  ENGR 3813 - Engineering Design Methodology
   •  ENGR 4400 - Senior Design Seminar
   •  ENGR 4413 - Robotics And Manufacturing Applications
   •  ENGR 4653 - Advanced Engineering Analysis
   •  ENGR 4813 - Senior Design I
   •  ENGR 4823 - Senior Design II
   •  ENGR 4940-4993 - Special Topics
   •  ENGR 5103 - Systems Analysis
   •  ENGR 5223 - Advanced Engineering Mathematics
   •  ENGR 5333 - Systems Engineering
   •  ENGR 5423 - Advanced Mechatronics
   •  ENGR 5600 - Graduate Seminar
   •  ENGR 5900-5993 - Special Topics
   •  ENGR 6733 - Systems Safety and Risk Analysis
   •  ENGR 6743 - Project Management
   •  ENGR 6753 - Integrated Logistics
   •  ENGR 6893 - Thesis
   •  ENGR 6941-6993 - Special Topics
   •  ENVT 1111 - Introduction to Environmental Science Laboratory
   •  ENVT 1113 - Introduction to Environmental Science
   •  ESOL 0743 - ESL for the Chosen Profession
   •  ESOL 0813 - ESL Oral Communication Skills
   •  ESOL 0823 - ESL Integrated Skills for Level 2: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing
   •  ESOL 0833 - ESL Writing and Language Development
   •  FINC 1073 - Introduction to Personal Finance
   •  FINC 2743 - Principles of Finance
   •  FINC 3013 - Business Forecasting and Risk Analysis
   •  FINC 3113 - Financial Management
   •  FINC 3203 - Financial Risk Management
   •  FINC 3403 - Investments
   •  FINC 3723 - Financial Analysis for Managers
   •  FINC 4203 - Advanced Finance
   •  FINC 4303 - International Finance
   •  FINC 4403 - Financial Strategy
   •  FINC 4941-4994 - Special Topics
   •  GDES 2323 - Visual Media I
   •  GDES 2333 - Visual Media II
   •  GEOG 2013 - World Regional Geography
   •  GEOL 1114 - General Geology I
   •  GERM 1113 - Elementary German I
   •  GERM 1123 - Elementary German II
   •  GERM 2113 - Intermediate German I
   •  GERM 2123 - Intermediate German II
   •  GETC 2313 - Materials Technology
   •  GETC 3323 - Modern Manufacturing Methods
   •  GETC 4301 - Seminar in Technology Education
   •  GETC 4941-4993 - Special Topics
   •  GREE 1113 - Elementary Greek I
   •  GREE 1123 - Elementary Greek II
   •  GREE 2113 - Intermediate Greek I
   •  GREE 2123 - Intermediate Greek II
   •  HCAD 5101 - The Patient Experience
   •  HCAD 5141 - Current Issues in Health Care
   •  HCAD 5233 - Health Care Finance
   •  HCAD 5243 - Health Services Management
   •  HCAD 5253 - Economics for Health Care Managers
   •  HCAD 5313 - Law, Ethics, and Values in Health Care Settings
 

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