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    University of Louisiana at Monroe
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses of Instruction


Courses numbered 0 to 99 are developmental and credits may not be used to satisfy degree requirements.  Courses numbered 1000 to 1099, freshman; 2000 to 2099, sophomore; 3000 to 3099, junior; 4000 to 4099, senior; 5000 to 5099, graduate; 6000 to 7099, graduate courses beyond the master’s level.  Where indicated, certain 4000-level courses are accepted for graduate credit.

The number after each course title indicates the semester hours credit. CR(credit) or NC (no credit) after a course title indicates a pass/fail course with no semester hours credit.

An abbreviation following a course description indicates the semester or summer term the course will normally be offered: F-fall semester; Sp-spring semester; Sum-entire summer session; Sum I - first summer term; Sum II - second summer term.  The word “even” or “odd” follows the description of a course which is offered only in alternate years.

Students may not enroll in more than one section of the same course specified in the University catalog without approval of the Registrar.  Students who register for more than one section of the same course may be arbitrarily dropped from one of the sections without notice.

Class pre-requisites must be completed as prescribed by the most current catalog, regardless of the catalog or curriculum in effect for any student.  Students who do not meet course qualifications or who have not completed pre-requisites for a course may be arbitrarily dropped without notice.

The courses that are listed in this catalog may be offered for credit in a variety of formats, including electronically mediated teaching.

 

 

Computer Science

   •  CSCI 4055 - Theory of Data Base Management Systems
   •  CSCI 4060 - Principles of Software Engineering
   •  CSCI 4061 - Cooperative Education Experience
   •  CSCI 4062 - Data Communications
   •  CSCI 4063 - Theory of Programming Languages
   •  CSCI 4064 - Graphics
   •  CSCI 4065 - Advanced Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 4083 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CSCI 4091 - Computer Science Capstone
   •  CSCI 4095 - Research Topics in Computer Science

Construction

   •  CONS 1002 - Basic Graphics
   •  CONS 1003 - Construction Graphics
   •  CONS 1004 - Construction Graphics Laboratory
   •  CONS 1020 - Materials and Testing
   •  CONS 1021 - Materials and Testing Laboratory
   •  CONS 1040 - Construction Practices
   •  CONS 1041 - Construction Practices Laboratory
   •  CONS 2003 - Construction Techniques
   •  CONS 2004 - Construction Techniques Studio
   •  CONS 2006 - Statics and Strength of Material
   •  CONS 2007 - Statics and Strength of Material Laboratory
   •  CONS 2008 - Construction Documents
   •  CONS 2009 - Construction Documents Studio
   •  CONS 2011 - Construction Surveying
   •  CONS 2012 - Construction Surveying Laboratory
   •  CONS 2014 - Interior Systems
   •  CONS 2015 - Structures I
   •  CONS 2016 - Construction Computer Applications
   •  CONS 2017 - Construction Computer Applications Lab
   •  CONS 2020 - Construction Inspection
   •  CONS 2021 - Local and State Building Codes
   •  CONS 2022 - Plan and Specification Reviews
   •  CONS 2023 - Residential Inspections
   •  CONS 2024 - Commercial and Industrial Inspections
   •  CONS 2025 - Damaged Building Inspections
   •  CONS 2026 - Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Plan Reading
   •  CONS 2027 - Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Plan Reading Laboratory
   •  CONS 2030 - Soils and Testing
   •  CONS 2031 - Soils and Testing Laboratory
   •  CONS 2050 - Structural Systems
   •  CONS 2060 - Mechanical and Electrical Systems
   •  CONS 3003 - Construction Techniques
   •  CONS 3004 - Construction Techniques Laboratory
   •  CONS 3005 - Steel Structures
   •  CONS 3006 - Steel Structures Laboratory
   •  CONS 3008 - Concrete Structures and Form Design
   •  CONS 3009 - Concrete Structures and Form Design Laboratory
   •  CONS 3015 - Temporary Structures
   •  CONS 3018 - Construction Quantity Estimating
   •  CONS 3019 - Construction Quantity Estimating Laboratory
   •  CONS 3020 - Mechanical and Electrical Systems
   •  CONS 3022 - Pipeline Construction
   •  CONS 3024 - Environmental Construction
   •  CONS 3028 - Capital Projects
   •  CONS 3030 - Construction Administration
   •  CONS 3055 - Computer-Aided Design
   •  CONS 4005 - Construction Scheduling
   •  CONS 4006 - Construction Scheduling Laboratory
   •  CONS 4008 - Construction Cost Estimating
   •  CONS 4009 - Construction Cost Estimating Laboratory
   •  CONS 4010 - Analytic and Conceptual Estimating
   •  CONS 4012 - Advanced Project Control Seminar
   •  CONS 4019 - Construction Documents and Regulatory Agencies
   •  CONS 4020 - Associate Constructor Exam Preparation
   •  CONS 4028 - Value Management
   •  CONS 4030 - Construction Safety
   •  CONS 4040 - Construction Contracts
   •  CONS 4045 - Digital Site Management
   •  CONS 4046 - Digital Site Management Laboratory
   •  CONS 4047 - Advanced Construction Projects
   •  CONS 4048 - Advanced Construction Projects Laboratory
   •  CONS 4061 - History of Construction
   •  CONS 4062 - Advanced Construction Graphics
   •  CONS 4063 - Advanced Surveying Problems
   •  CONS 4065 - Special Contracting Methods

Counseling

   •  COUN 4033 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COUN 4080 - Effective Parenting

Criminal Justice

 A grade of “C” or higher is required in all courses required for a major. Criminal Justice 4099 is required as University Capstone.

   •  CJUS 1001 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 2006 - Industrial and Business Security
   •  CJUS 2030 - The Police
   •  CJUS 2033 - Forensics
   •  CJUS 2050 - Courts and Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 2070 - Corrections
   •  CJUS 2093 - Criminal Law
   •  CJUS 2099 - Overview of the Criminal Justice System
   •  CJUS 3001 - Criminal Justice Procedure and Evidence
   •  CJUS 3003 - Community-Based Corrections
   •  CJUS 3008 - Substance Abuse
   •  CJUS 3010 - Correctional Institutions
   •  CJUS 3015 - Victimology
   •  CJUS 3030 - Criminal Investigation
   •  CJUS 4000 - Correctional Treatment
   •  CJUS 4005 - Theories of Crime and Delinquency
   •  CJUS 4015 - Juvenile Delinquency and Justice
   •  CJUS 4016 - Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 4018 - Constitutional Law and Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 4019 - Internship in Criminal Justice
   •  CJUS 4029 - Management of Criminal Justice Agencies
   •  CJUS 4091 - Directed Study
   •  CJUS 4099 - Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice
 

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