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    University of Louisiana at Monroe
   
 
  Sep 21, 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.

 

 

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 4099 - Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice

Curriculum and Instruction

   •  CURR 2001 - Educational Foundations for Diverse Learning Environments
   •  CURR 2085 - Application of Instructional Media and Technology
   •  CURR 3002 - Inclusive Instruction for Secondary Students
   •  CURR 3003 - Middle and Secondary School Methods I
   •  CURR 3004 - Middle and Secondary Methods II
   •  CURR 3006 - Materials and Methods in Foreign Language
   •  CURR 3007 - Materials and Methods in English
   •  CURR 3008 - Materials and Methods in Mathematics
   •  CURR 3009 - Materials and Methods in Science
   •  CURR 3011 - Materials and Methods in Social Studies
   •  CURR 3012 - Materials and Methods in Art
   •  CURR 3013 - Materials and Methods in Speech
   •  CURR 3076 - Classroom, Behavior, and Instructional Management-Secondary
   •  CURR 3077 - Classroom, Behavior, and Instructional Management-Elementary
   •  CURR 4000 - Senior Seminar
   •  CURR 4001 - Assessment Principles and Practice for All Learners
   •  CURR 4056 - Student Teaching in High School
   •  CURR 4081 - Continuing Studies in Curriculum and Instruction
   •  CURR 4082 - Technology for Teaching and Learning
   •  CURR 4083 - Practicum – Secondary
   •  CURR 4084 - Practicum – Elementary
   •  CURR 4085 - Practicum - Secondary
   •  CURR 4091 - Directed Study

Dance

   •  DANC 1012 - Tap Dance
   •  DANC 1014 - Jazz Dance I
   •  DANC 1022 - Aerobic Dance
   •  DANC 1025 - Modern Dance I
   •  DANC 1026 - Ballet
   •  DANC 1027 - Social Dance
   •  DANC 1028 - Theater Dance
   •  DANC 1029 - Folk Dance
   •  DANC 2009 - Modern Dance II
   •  DANC 2012 - Tap II
   •  DANC 2014 - Jazz Dance II
   •  DANC 2026 - Ballet II
   •  DANC 2028 - Theater Dance II
   •  DANC 3001 - Theory and Application of Dance
   •  DANC 4005 - Administration of Dance
   •  DANC 4024 - Dance Workshop
   •  DANC 4027 - Dance Pedagogy I
   •  DANC 4092 - History and Philosophy of Dance
   •  DANC 4093 - Dance and Repertory Ensemble
   •  DANC 4094 - Summer Dance Workshop
   •  DANC 4095 - Directed Study – Dance
   •  DANC 4096 - Directed Study – Selected Topics

Dental Hygiene

   •  DHYG 1001 - Introduction to Dental Hygiene
   •  DHYG 3018 - Oral Histology and Embryology
   •  DHYG 3019 - Oral Histology and Embryology Lab
   •  DHYG 3020 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Orientation
   •  DHYG 3021 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Technique
   •  DHYG 3022 - Dental Anatomy
   •  DHYG 3023 - Head and Neck Anatomy
   •  DHYG 3024 - General and Oral Pathology
   •  DHYG 3025 - Clinical Dental Hygiene
   •  DHYG 3026 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Lecture
   •  DHYG 3027 - Oral Radiology
   •  DHYG 3028 - Pharmacology for Dental Hygienist
   •  DHYG 4014 - Periodontology
   •  DHYG 4015 - Dental Materials and Dental Assisting
   •  DHYG 4016 - Clinical Dental Hygiene
   •  DHYG 4017 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Lecture
   •  DHYG 4019 - Community and Preventive Dentistry
   •  DHYG 4020 - Community and Preventive Dentistry Field Experience
   •  DHYG 4021 - Clinical Dental Hygiene
   •  DHYG 4022 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Lecture
   •  DHYG 4023 - Seminar
   •  DHYG 4024 - Dental Hygiene Practicum
   •  DHYG 4025 - Dental Hygiene Practicum
   •  DHYG 4026 - Survey of Dental Specialties
   •  DHYG 4027 - Ethics and Jurisprudence
   •  DHYG 4028 - Clinical Dental Hygiene
   •  DHYG 4029 - Clinical Dental Hygiene Lecture
   •  DHYG 4030 - Problems
   •  DHYG 4031 - Advanced Periodontology
   •  DHYG 4033 - Local Anesthesia and Pain Control
   •  DHYG 4034 - Management of the Medically Compromised Patient
   •  DHYG 4035 - Practice Management and Professional Development

Economics

   •  ECON 1003 - Contemporary Economic Issues
   •  ECON 2001 - Macroeconomic Principles
   •  ECON 2002 - Microeconomic Principles
   •  ECON 3001 - Money and Banking
   •  ECON 3005 - Business Cycles and Forecasting
   •  ECON 3007 - Labor Economics
   •  ECON 3009 - Labor Law and Legislation
   •  ECON 3011 - Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
   •  ECON 3012 - Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
   •  ECON 3013 - International Trade
   •  ECON 3021 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECON 3090 - Resource and Environmental Economics.
   •  ECON 4001 - Current Problems
   •  ECON 4003 - Public Sector Economics
   •  ECON 4004 - Economics of Information
   •  ECON 4009 - Government Regulation and Control
   •  ECON 4010 - Economics of Aging
   •  ECON 4020 - Econometrics
   •  ECON 4091 - Directed Study

Educational Administration and Supervision Educational Foundations

   •  EDFN 4003 - Research for Practitioners

Elementary Education

   •  ELED 3040 - Balanced Literacy: Primary Grades
   •  ELED 3041 - Balanced Literacy: Intermediate Grades
 

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