2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jun 17, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Accounting

  
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    AC 211 Accounting Principles I: Financial Accounting

    Includes the study of accounts, the accounting cycle, and basic financial statement preparation and analysis as they relate to corporations, sole proprietorships and partnerships. 3 hrs Fall.
  
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    AC 212 Accounting Principles II: Managerial Accounting

    Includes the study of cost allocation, inventory costing, budgeting, planning and control as they relate to managerial decisions. Prerequisite: AC 211 . 3 hrs Spring.
  
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    AC 313 Intermediate Accounting I

    The first of three courses covering the study of accounting principles and assumptions underlying the theories used to determine a company’s balance sheet, statement of cash flow and income statement. Prerequisite: AC 211 . 3 hrs Fall.
  
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    AC 314 Intermediate Accounting II

    A continuation of AC 313  with emphasis on evaluating existing accounting theory and practices. Prerequisite: AC 313 . 3 hrs Spring.
  
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    AC 315 Intermediate Accounting III

    A continuation of AC 314  covering pervasive contemporary practices in the measurement of enterprise earnings and financial position. Prerequisite: AC 314 . 3 hrs Fall.
  
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    AC 320 Accounting Information Systems

    This course presents an overview of contemporary accounting information systems. Topics to be covered include: accounting and systems concepts, developing accounting systems, technology of accounting systems, controls, and processing of accounting transactions. Prerequisite: AC 314 . 3 hrs
  
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    AC 323 Not-For-Profit Accounting

    Basic principles of fund accounting as employed in government and various not-for-profit institutions with consideration of budgets, their development and implementation. Prerequisite: AC 212 . 3 hrs
  
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    AC 333 Cost Accounting

    Process, job order and standard cost accounting; other techniques of managerial control including direct costing, budgeting and responsibility accounting. Prerequisite: AC 212 . 3 hrs
  
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    AC 343 Federal Income Tax: Individuals

    The first of two courses covering the federal laws of taxation. The course focuses primarily on the taxation of and tax planning considerations for individuals. Prerequisite: Junior standing. 3 hrs
  
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    AC 344 Federal Income Tax: Corporations and Partnerships

    A continuation in the study of the federal laws of taxation. This course presents an overview of the taxation laws for other forms of business organizations. Prerequisite: AC 343 . 3 hrs
  
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    AC 345 Federal Income Tax: Advanced Topics

    A continuation of the study of our Federal Income Tax system. The focus will be limited to advanced tax practice considerations such as: choosing the appropriate form of doing business, exempt organizations, multistate taxation, and family tax planning. Prerequisite: AC 343 . 3 hrs
  
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    AC 401 Auditing

    Standards and procedures for verifying financial statements by audit programs, evaluation of internal control, design of working papers and ethical standards for internal and external auditors. Prerequisite: Junior standing, AC 313 . 3 hrs
  
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    AC 402 Advanced Auditing

    This course will enable students to extend their knowledge of auditing from a theoretical level to the actual practice of auditing. The simulation of an audit will be the primary tool used to explore current auditing practices and techniques. Prerequisite: AC 401 . 3 hrs
  
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    AC 425 Advanced Accounting

    A study of partnerships and principles of consolidation for corporations; comprehensive problems pertaining to their respective financial statements. Prerequisite: Junior standing and AC 313 . 3 hrs
  
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    AC 445 Internship in Accounting

    On-the-job training and experience related to career work in accounting. Normally 3.0 grade point average required. Pass/fail only. Prerequisite: Senior standing, AC 313  and permission of the department. 1-6 hrs
  
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    AC 450 Topics in Accounting

    Examination of selected topics in accounting by directed individual study or seminar. Designed for the student interested in graduate study in accounting. Prerequisite: AC 313 , permission of instructor. 1-3 hrs

Allied Health

  
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    AH 299 Health Care in Louisiana

    Cross-listed with NU 299 . This one hour course provides students with an introduction to the United States care delivery systems in the State of Louisiana and familiarizes them with the demands of being an LC nursing student. The course is a bridging course into the clinically-based portion of the nursing program. This course provides transfer students with the background information necessary to be able to work effectively within the range of care settings available in the State of Louisiana. Transfer students must complete level one and two prerequisite courses, or the prerequisites that are outlined on the course route agreement. Permission of Instructor. 1 hr
  
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    AH 300 Pathophysiology for Health Sciences

    Students will extend their understanding of basic pathophysiology including disease processes, clinical manifestations, secondary effects, and methods of treatment. This preparation will enable health professionals to collaborate and provide care that focuses on health promotion and risk reduction. Prerequisite: BI 231 /BI 232 , BI 233 /BI 234 , and CH 131  as specified by the course route - ABSN. 3 hrs. Currently hybrid course, but now moving to online mode of delivery.
  
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    AH 304 Transcultural Patterns of Health Care

    Cross-listed with NU 304 . This course will examine patterns of health beliefs and values as these are determined by religion, culture, society, and history. A careful review of how views of health can influence health care, the health care delivery system, and specific elements of health throughout the life span will be undertaken. Prerequisite: Requires completion of 30 credit hours of college level credit. 3 hrs
  
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    AH 305 Pharmacotherapeutics for Health Professionals

    Cross-listed with NU 305 . This course will investigate the therapeutic uses and effects of drugs, and the intended action of medications. Students will utilize concepts from mathematics and chemistry to establish a knowledge base that can be applied to patient care and education. Prerequisite: Completion of level two course work, with the addition of level three credit hours to ensure a minimum of 13 credits earned at level 3, and congruence with the required specifications of the designated course route. 3 hrs
  
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    AH 306 Medical Technology for the Health Professions

    this online course, designed to be a stand-alone medical terminology course, thoroughly and comprehensively covers the essential word parts and terms used in healthcare. Prerequisite: Approval of professor. 3 hrs
  
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    AH 360 Independent Study in Global Health

    Cross-listed with NU 360 . The number of credits undertaken are the basis for a customized plan of work to meet educational outcomes in up to three areas of emphasis: applied health skills; documentation of patterns of health and illness, and/or anthropological book reports that build upon an understanding of global health. Prerequisite: Completion of level two course work, with the addition of level three credit hours to ensure a minimum of 13 credits earned at level 3, the required specifications of the designated course route, and permission of the instructor. Credit hours based customized plan.
  
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    AH 400 Health Care Informatics

    Cross-listed with NU 400 . Students will be introduced to applications of informatics systems to nursing practice, education, research, and administration. Integration of various theories will assist students to understand the importance of applying knowledge as they further develop their skills in information literacy. Students will learn how health care professionals can use information systems to work more efficiently, allocate resources more effectively, and improve health care services. Prerequisite: Completion of level two course work, with the addition of level three credit hours to ensure a minimum of 13 credits earned at level 3, and congruence with the required specifications of the designated course route. Basic computer proficiency is an expectation of this course. 3 hrs
  
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    AH 408 Health Care Research

    Cross-listed with NU 408 . Provides the opportunity for understanding the value, utilization, practice, and integration of the research process in nursing. Prerequisite: MA 211 , Completion of level two course work, with the addition of level three credit hours to ensure a minimum of 13 credits earned at level 3, the required specifications of the designated course route. 3 hrs

Art

  
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    AR 101 2-D Design

    A study of the nature and function of the elements and principles of design as related to the visual arts. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 102 3-D Design

    Continuation of Design I with emphasis on the three-dimensional concepts. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 103 Introduction to Drawing I

    Programmed exercises in drawing media and techniques of the beginning student. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 104 Intermediate Drawing II

    Continued development of drawing and perceptual skills. Prerequisite: AR 103 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 200 Art Appreciation

    An introductory course to develop understanding and attitudes into ways of approaching the visual arts, a basis for analysis and criticism, functions of art in the environment, and as an expression of humanity. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 216 Introduction to Design Software

    Cross-listed with CM 216  and CS 216 .  Introduction to design software covering the basics of raster and vector images and page layout. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 224 Art History Survey I

    A chronological survey of the visual arts from prehistoric to the Renaissance. Prerequisite: junior standing. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 230 Introduction to Painting

    Introductory course in painting, exploring the technical and visual aspects of color media. Emphasis will be placed on the use of oil paint for observational still life painting. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 232 Introduction to Ceramics

    An introductory course in the making of ceramics. Emphasis will be placed on basic hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 240 Introduction to Photography

    An introductory class in digital photography exploring technical, practical, and aesthetic aspects of the photographic medium. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 251 Typography

    An introductory course in Graphic Design focusing on type and typography. Prerequisite: AR 216 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 261 Design for the Web

    Cross-listed with CS 261 . An introductory course in Graphic Design covering the design and aesthetics of web pages, with a foundational understanding of HTML and CSS, as well as Web Design programs. Prerequisite: AR 216 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 324 Art History Survey II

    This course is a chronological survey of the visual arts from the Renaissance to the beginning of Modern Art. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 330 Intermediate Representational Painting

    Intermediate course in painting. Emphasis on various genres and styles of representational painting. Prerequisite: AR 230 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 331 Abstraction in Painting

    Intermediate course in painting. Emphasis on various styles and techniques of abstraction in painting. Prerequisite: AR 230 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 332 Intermediate Wheel-Throwing

    Intermediate course in ceramics, emphasizing wheel-throwing for functional pottery. Prerequisite: AR 232 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 333 Intermediate Hand-Building

    Intermediate course in ceramics, emphasizing hand-building and casting sculptural forms. Prerequisite: AR 232 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 334 Printmaking

    Introductory course in printmaking, exploring technical and visual aspects of printmaking in a variety of print media. Prerequisite: AR 101 , AR 103 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 352 Identity Design

    An intermediate course in Graphic Design focusing on branding and identity design. Prerequisite: AR 251 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 353 Advertising Design

    An advanced course in Visual Communication focusing on the design of print and web advertisements and promotional materials, as well as the design process. Prerequisite: AR 251 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 354 Illustration

    Exploration of various media and contemporary illustration with emphasis on visual interpretation of ideas and story concepts. Prerequisite: AR 352 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 362 Design for Mobile Web Devices

    Cross-listed with CS 362 . An intermediate course in Visual Communication covering the design and aesthetics of web pages and applications for mobile devices. Prerequisite: AR 216 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 364 Web Design III

    A focused study on the integration of animation, interactivity and other multimedia elements into Web sites. The course will provide an understanding of the technological and design issues involved in creating Web sites that extend beyond HTML. Emphasis will be placed on the technological and creative possibilities of this type of site. Prerequisite: AR 362 , AR363. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 370 The Science and Art of Light

    Cross-listed with CH 370 .  An integrative course that focuses on the intersection of science and art. It integrates scientific topics related to light, pigment, atoms, and molecules with artistic topics of line, value, and color theory through a variety of artistic media. Prerequisite: Admission and active participation in the honors program. 4 hrs
  
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    AR 400 Topical Studies in Art

    Studies not confined to or described in the regular numbered and titled curriculum structure in art. This listing would allow for flexible and diversified offerings based on the current interests and needs of the students, special teaching interests of the faculty, field study, workshops, and special lecture series. Repeatable three times when problems vary. Variable credit 1-3 hrs per course.
  
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    AR 403 Professional Practices

    A guide to how the artist and designer interfaces with the public and the art world. Included are a senior exhibit, the writing of resumes, artist’s statements, press releases. Prerequisite: senior standing. 1 hr
  
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    AR 407 Portfolio

    Study of standard professional practices with emphasis on the preparation of a professional portfolio and résumé. Prerequisite: senior standing. 1 hr
  
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    AR 414 Contemporary Art History

    Advanced level course covering Art History from Modern Art through the present. Prerequisite: AR 224 , AR 324 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 420 K - 12 Art Education

    Art theory, methods, materials and techniques for use in K-12 classrooms. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 427 Advanced Research Art History - Artist

    An advanced level course with a focus on guided individualized study of an individual artist. Repeatable to study a second artist. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 428 Advanced Research Art History - Period Style

    An advanced level course with a focus on guided individualized study of a particular art historical period or style. Repeatable to study a second period or style. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 430 Content and Meaning in Painting

    Advanced course in painting. Emphasis on the creation and communication of content and meaning in painting. Prerequisite: AR 230 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 431 Advanced Painting

    An advanced level course in painting directed toward individual creative activity and research. Prerequisite: junior standing and permission of the instructor. Repeatable three times when problems vary. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 432 Advanced Ceramics Techniques

    An advanced level course in ceramics, covering a variety of techniques and aspects of working with clay, including glaze calculations and firing techniques. Prerequisite: AR 232 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 433 Advanced Ceramics Workshop I

    Advanced course in ceramics. Emphasis on individual creative activity and research. Preliminary course in the creation of a coherent, exhibition body of work. Prerequisite: AR 332 , AR 333 , AR 432 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 434 Advanced Ceramics Workshop II

    An advanced level course serving as a continuation of AR 433 , in which students will continue to develop and refine a coherent body of work. Prerequisite: AR 433 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 435 Advanced Painting Workshop I

    Advanced course in painting. Emphasis on individual creative activity and research. Preliminary course in the creation of a coherent body of work. Prerequisite: AR 330 , AR 331 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 436 Advanced Painting Workshop II

    Advanced course in painting, serving as a continuation of AR 435 , in which students will continue to develop and refine a coherent body of work. Prerequisite: AR 330 , AR 331 , AR 431 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 455 Packaging Design

    An advanced course in Visual Communication focusing on the design of commercial packaging. Prerequisite: AR 251 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 456 Internship

    Professional experience in an area agency or business as a means of preparing the student for a career goal or further studies. Prerequisite: AR 401. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 457 Graphic Design History

    A chronological survey of the development of graphic design from the earliest times to the present. 3 hrs
  
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    AR 458 Print Production

    An advanced level course in Graphic Design emphasizing the development and creation of print publications and the process of preparing files for professional offset printing. Students taking this course will also be working on the Louisiana College yearbook as a semester project. Prerequisite: AR 352 , AR 353 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 465 Web Design IV

    A course designed to provide prospective webmasters the information and experience necessary to implement and maintain a Web site. A survey of available Web site software, day to day operation procedures, ethical and legal issues, and administrative problems will be considered. Prerequisite: AR 362 . 3 hrs
  
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    AR 466 Freelance Design Workshop

    An advanced level course in Visual Communication covering the role of the professional freelance designer. Students will work with real-world clients in the creation of design solutions. Prerequisite: AR 352 , AR 353 , AR 455 . 3 hrs

Athletic Training

  
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    HP 402 Management and Psychosocial Administration in Athletic Training

    Deals with management and administrative problems involved in athletic training. Investigates the current psychosocial and sociocultural issues in athletic training and the role of the athletic trainer in the intervention and referral process. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. 3 hrs.

Business Administration

  
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    BA 150 Survey of Business

    A survey of contemporary business environment emphasizing the activities and contributions of the various business disciplines in the global market. 3 hrs
  
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    BA 200 Computer Business Applications

    Introduction to the use of personal productivity software. Designed to teach basic concepts and skills in the operation of decision support software programs. Popular programs in spreadsheet and data base management will be taught on IBM PC’s and compatibles. Outside lab work will be required. 3 hrs
  
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    BA 331 Business Correspondence

    Study and practice in the use of the basic techniques of clear writing to create effective business communication instruments. Various types of business letters, memorandums, and short reports will be studied. Prerequisite: EN 101 . 3 hrs
  
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    BA 355 International Business Centers

    A travel-study course designed to familiarize students with operations of institutions in business centers outside the U.S. Repeatable for credit. 1-3 hrs
  
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    BA 370 Business Ethics

    Cross-listed with PI 370 . A study, utilizing the case study method, of ethical problems in business and the role that moral values play in addressing them. Prerequisite: Junior standing, MG 350  or PI 300 /RL 300 . 3 hrs
  
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    BA 446 Commercial Law I

    The study of the legal principles applicable to business: introduction to law, negligence, torts, business organization, governmental regulation, agency, and employment. 3 hrs Fall.
  
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    BA 447 Commercial Law II

    The study of the legal principles applicable to business: contracts, sales, property, commercial paper, bankruptcy, and credit transactions. Prerequisite: BA 446 . 3 hrs Spring.
  
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    BA 450 Management Policy and Strategy

    A capstone course with emphasis on decision making and integration of knowledge acquired in basic courses in accounting, economics, management, marketing, finance, law and statistics. Prerequisite: senior standing and substantial completion of the professional core for the business administration concentration. 3 hrs Spring.

Biology

  
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    BI 101 Introduction to Biology

    An introduction to biology, including both plants and animals, life processes, inheritance and ecology with special emphasis on human biology. Lecture credit three hours; laboratory credit one hour. NOT for MAJOR or MINOR credit. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 102 Introduction to Biology Lab

    An introduction to biology, including both plants and animals, life processes, inheritance and ecology with special emphasis on human biology. Lecture credit three hours; laboratory credit one hour. NOT for MAJOR or MINOR credit. 1 hr (Fee $45)
  
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    BI 110 Foundational Principles of Biology

    This course will develop a strong foundation in core biological topics. Topics will include the relationship between structure and function, cell biology, metabolism, and genetics. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 113 Principles of Biology: Cell Function and Plant Diversity

    An exploration of the cellular processes common to all life on earth. Topics include fundamentals of cell structure and metabolism; gene transmission, structure, and function; and natural selection. A survey of the Kingdoms Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Protista, Fungi, and Plantae illustrates the vast diversity of life on earth. A discussion of plant structure and function will integrate course topics. This course is intended for students who plan to major in the natural sciences and/or who intend to complete a pre-health professions program. Lecture (113) three hours per week. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 114 Principles of Biology: Cell Function and Plant Diversity Lab

    An exploration of the cellular processes common to all life on earth. Topics include fundamentals of cell structure and metabolism; gene transmission, structure, and function; and natural selection. A survey of the Kingdoms Eubacteria, Archaebacteria, Protista, Fungi, and Plantae illustrates the vast diversity of life on earth. A discussion of plant structure and function will integrate course topics. This course is intended for students who plan to major in the natural sciences and/or who intend to complete a pre-health professions program. Laboratory four hours per week. 2 hrs (Fee $45)
  
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    BI 115 Principles of Biology: Ecological Interactions and Animal Diversity

    An exploration of the unifying characteristics of life with emphasis on the Kingdom Animalia. Topics include natural selection and phylogeny, diversity of invertebrates and vertebrates, ecology, and conservation biology. A discussion of animal structure and function will integrate course topics. This course is intended for students who plan to major in the natural sciences and/or who intend to complete a pre-health professions program. BI 113  -BI 114  is not a prerequisite for enrollment in BI 115-BI 116 . Three hours per week. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 116 Principles of Biology: Ecological Interactions and Animal Diversity Lab

    An exploration of the unifying characteristics of life with emphasis on the Kingdom Animalia. Topics include natural selection and phylogeny, diversity of invertebrates and vertebrates, ecology, and conservation biology. A discussion of animal structure and function will integrate course topics. This course is intended for students who plan to major in the natural sciences and/or who intend to complete a pre-health professions program. BI 113  -BI 114  is not a prerequisite for enrollment in BI 115  -BI 116. Laboratory four hours per week. 2 hrs (Fee $45)
  
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    BI 160 General Biology: Cell

    This course is an introduction to the nature and diversity of creation. Topics include characteristics and diversity of life, the chemistry of life, biologically relevant organic molecules, cellular structure and function, processes of energy capture and flow through cells, and importance of DNA in the cell cycle and genetics. It is required that students have a composite ACT score of at lease 23 to register for this class. Students with scores below this score should complete BI 110 and finish with a “C” or higher before enrolling in BI 160. This course is intended for students who plan to major in the natural sciences and/or who intend to complete a pre-health professions program.

    BI 160 is a prerequisite or co-requisite for BI 161  . 3 hrs

  
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    BI 161 General Biology: Cell Lab

    The purpose of BI 161 is to familiarize students with the basic characteristics of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Special emphasis is placed on non-animal cells (i.e. plants, fungi, protists, and prokaryotes). Fundamental aspects of metabolism such as the nature of macromolecules and the glycolytic pathway are investigated as well.This course is intended for students who plan to major in the natural sciences and/or who intend to complete a pre-health professions program. BI 160 is a prerequisite or co-requisite for BI 161. 2 hrs
  
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    BI 162 General Biology: Animal Diversity

    An exploration of the unifying characteristics of life with emphasis on the Kingdom Animalia. Topics include natural selection and phylogeny, diversity of invertebrates and vertebrates, ecology, and conservation biology. A discussion of animal structure and function will integrate course topics. This course is intended for students who plan to major in the natural sciences and/or who intend to complete a pre-health professions program. BI 160 -BI 161  is not a prerequisite for enrollment in BI 162-163. Three hours per week. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 163 General Biology: Animal Diversity Lab

    An exploration of the unifying characteristics of life with emphasis on the Kingdom Animalia. Topics include natural selection and phylogeny, diversity of invertebrates and vertebrates, ecology, and conservation biology. A discussion of animal structure and function will integrate course topics. This course is intended for students who plan to major in the natural sciences and/or who intend to complete a pre-health professions program. BI 160 -BI 161  is not a prerequisite for enrollment in BI 162 -163. Laboratory four hours per week. 2 hrs (Fee $45)
  
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    BI 202 Field Biology/Outdoor Recreation

    Cross-listed with HP 202 . An interdisciplinary course designed to give the student an introduction to field collection techniques, identification of living organisms and natural resources management. Students are also introduced to the use of camping as a form of outdoor recreation. Field techniques will be integrated with the use of technology. Two weekend field trips will be required. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 204 Kinesiology

    Cross-listed with HP 204 . A study of mechanical and anatomical elements of human motion. Muscular analysis of body movements utilized in physical education and sports. Not for major or minor credit. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 225 Microbiology

    The fundamentals of the study of micro-organisms and its application in fields of hygiene, industry and medicine. The laboratory work includes preparation of culture media, cultivation of micro-organisms and a systematic study of morphology, physiology and biochemical activities, including immunology and immunological responses of humans and micro-organisms. Lecture (225) three hours per week. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 226 Microbiology Lab

    The fundamentals of the study of micro-organisms and its application in fields of hygiene, industry and medicine. The laboratory work includes preparation of culture media, cultivation of micro-organisms and a systematic study of morphology, physiology and biochemical activities, including immunology and immunological responses of humans and micro-organisms. Laboratory four hours per week. 2 hrs (Fee $45)
  
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    BI 229 General Entomology

    An introduction to insects and related arthropods, with emphasis on anatomy, metamorphosis, life-histories and taxonomy of our most important species. Lecture three hours per week. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 231 Human Anatomy and Physiology I

    An integrated study of human anatomy and physiology at cell, tissue, organ and organ system levels. Includes study of skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Not for major credit. Lecture (231) credit three hours; Laboratory (232) credit one hour. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 232 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab

    An integrated study of human anatomy and physiology at cell, tissue, organ and organ system levels. Includes study of skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Not for major credit. Laboratory credit one hour. 1 hr (Fee $45)
  
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    BI 233 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

    A continuation of BI 231 -BI 232 . Includes those organ systems not studied in BI 231 -BI 232 . Prerequisite: BI 231 -BI 232 . Not for major credit. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 234 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab

    A continuation of BI 231 -BI 232 . Includes those organ systems not studied in BI 231 -BI 232 . Prerequisite: BI 231 -BI 232 . Not for major credit. 1 hr (Fee $45)
  
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    BI 301 Immunology

    A study of the fundamental principles of immunology and its applications to the biological and medical sciences. Laboratory work will include antigen and antibody preparation. The study of cells involved in immunological processes and the performance of immunological tests. Prerequisite: BI 225 -BI 226 . Lecture (225) three hours per week. Laboratory (226) four hours per week. 3 hrs
  
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    BI 302 Immunology Lab

    A study of the fundamental principles of immunology and its applications to the biological and medical sciences. Laboratory work will include antigen and antibody preparation. The study of cells involved in immunological processes and the performance of immunological tests. Prerequisite: BI 225 -BI 226 . Laboratory four hours per week. 2 hrs (Fee $45)
  
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    BI 309 Medical and Molecular Biotechnology

    An exploration of current topics in modern biotechnology. Basic concepts of molecular and cellular biology will be emphasized as they relate to molecular technology. Discussions will focus on recent reports of breakthroughs in biotechnology and will include ethical, legal, and sociological impacts of using such technology. Prerequisite: BI 113 -BI 114  or BI 101 -BI 102 , and sophomore or higher. Lecture three hours per week. 3 hrs
 

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