Dual Enrollment Course Catalog 

 

ART 2050 Digital Art I (3) (F) [Available at Lee High School only]
Prereq.: ART 1008, ART 1011, or permission of instructor. 2 hrs. lecture/2 hrs. studio. Introduction to digital applications in art.

 

ART 2055 Digital Art II (3) (S) [Available at Lee High School only]
Prereq.: ART 2050 or permission of instructor. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Introductory work in digital animation and multimedia applications.

 

For details about the art dual enrollment opportunity, contact Derick Ostrenko at dostrenko@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-5411.

BIOL 1201 Biology for Science Majors I (3) (F) [Available at Lee High School only]
[LCCN: CBIO 1033, 1034, General Biology I (Science Majors)] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT Composite of 23 or minimum grade of “C” in CHEM 1201. Credit will not be given for both this course and BIOL 1001. Primarily for students in science, agriculture or education. General concepts in cellular structure, cellular metabolism, cellular communication and genetics.

 

For details about the biology dual enrollment opportunity, contact Chris Gregg at cgregg2@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-8239.

CHEM 1201 General Chemistry I (3) (F)
[LCCN: CCEM 1123, Chemistry I (Science Majors)] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum Math ACT score of 25 (or equivalent) or minimum grade of “C” in MATH 1021. Credit or concurrent enrollment in MATH 1022 Trigonometry or with permission of instructor. Credit will not be given for this course and CHEM 1421. For science/engineering curricula. Modern chemical theories and principles; quantitative approach and problem solving; descriptive chemistry of selected elements and compounds.

 

CHEM 1202 General Chemistry II (3) (S)
[LCCN: CCEM 1133, Chemistry II (Science Majors)] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum grade of “C” in CHEM 1201. Credit will not be given for both this course and CHEM 1422. For science/engineering curricula. Continuation of CHEM 1201. Additional theory with emphasis on solution chemistry and a quantitative approach; descriptive chemistry of selected elements and compounds from the main groups and the first transition series.

 

For details about the chemistry dual enrollment opportunity, contact Dr. John B. Hopkins at chhopk@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-3478.

CSC 1350 Computer Science I for Majors (4) (F)
Prereq.: Minimum ACT Composite score of 23 (Old SAT-1070 or new SAT-1130) AND minimum ACT Math score of 25 (Old SAT-580 or new SAT-590). Alternately, with permission of instructor. Credit will not be given for both this course and CSC 1250 or CSC 1253. 3 hrs. lecture; 1 hr. lab. Fundamentals of algorithm development, program design and structured programming using an object-oriented language.

 

CSC 2700 Special Topics in Computer Science (3) (S) Topic 1: Graphical User Interface Programming with Java
Prereq.: Minimum grade of “C” in CSC 1350. Alternately, with permission of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Total credit earned in CSC 2700 and CSC 4700 should not exceed 9 hrs. A survey of graphics programming and programming user interface components from the Java Abstract Windowing Toolkit and Swing packages.

 

CSC 2700 Special Topics in Computer Science (3) (F,S) Topic 2: Programming Digital Media
Prereq.: Minimum grade of “C” in CSC 1350. Alternately, with permission of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Total credit earned in CSC 2700 and CSC 4700 should not exceed 9 hrs. Programming concepts motivated by digital media applications: real-time graphics, audio processing, simple hardware devices, integration of technologies into interactive systems.

 

For details about the computer science dual enrollment opportunity, contact Dr. Bijaya Karki at karki@csc.lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-1465.


For details about CSC 2700 Topic 2, contact Robert Kooima at rlk@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-7150.

ENGR 1050 Introduction to Engineering (2) (F,S)
Introduction to engineering history, disciplines and principles of design.

 

IE 3201 Principles of Engineering Economy (3) (S)
Planning economy studies for decision-making, including considerations of rate of return, cost and yield studies, depreciation and tax relationships, increment costs, replacement and introduction to multivariate alternative studies.

 

For details about the Engineering dual enrollment opportunity, contact Dr. Craig M. Harvey at harvey@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-8761.

ENGL 1001 English Composition (3) (F)
[LCCN: CENL 1013, English Composition I] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT English score of 18 AND minimum ACT English + Composite score of 38. Teacher recommendation and writing sample also required. Introduction to analytical writing and academic research.

 

ENGL 2000 English Composition (3) (S)
[LCCN: CENL 1023, English Composition II] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum grade of “C” in ENGL 1001 OR minimum ACT English score of 26 and minimum ACT English + Composite score of 53. Practice in argument writing and research-based inquiry.

 

For details about the English dual enrollment opportunity, contact Ann H. Martin at ahmartin@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-9022.

ENVS 1126 Introduction to Environmental Sciences (3) (S)
[LCCN: CEVS 1103, Environmental Science] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT Composite score of 21. Credit will not be given for both this course and ENVS 1127. Essential principles of environmental sciences; comprehensive and fundamental understanding of sound science, stewardship and sustainability in environmental sciences; interactions and relations between humans and earth; an up-to-date look at today’s global, national and regional environmental issues.

 

For details about the environmental science dual enrollment opportunity, contact Vince Wilson at vwilson@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-1753.

FREN 1001 Elementary French (4) (F)
[LCCN: CFRN 1014, Elementary French I] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: 1 year (2 years recommended) of high school French with a minimum grade of “B” and teacher recommendation required. The goal of FREN 1001 is to help students develop functional proficiency in French. This includes (1) the ability to engage in simple French conversation, (2) the ability to extract meaning from authentic documents, (3) the ability to write simple but coherent sentences in French with reasonable accuracy, (4) knowledge of the basic structures of French, and (5) knowledge of France and the Francophone world. In order to develop oral comprehension and proficiency, it is the departmental policy that the course be conducted exclusively in French.

 

FREN 1002 Elementary French (4) (S)
[LCCN: CFRN 1024, Elementary French II] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum grade of “B” in FREN 1001 and teacher recommendation required. The goal of FREN 1002 is to help students develop functional proficiency in French. This includes (1) the ability to engage in simple French conversation, (2) the ability to extract meaning from authentic documents, (3) the ability to write simple but coherent sentences in French with reasonable accuracy, (4) knowledge of the basic structures of French, and (5) knowledge of France and the Francophone world. In order to develop oral comprehension and proficiency, it is the departmental policy that the course be conducted exclusively in French.

 

FREN 2101 Intermediate French (3) (F)
[LCCN: CFRN 2013 Intermediate French I] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum grade of “B” in FREN 1002 and teacher recommendation required. This is the first course of the two-semester sequence that constitutes the Intermediate French Program at LSU. The four basic skills for language development (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) will be practiced in addition to exploring the cultures of French-speaking peoples around the world. Students will expand their knowledge of the structures and lexicon of French with an additional emphasis on reading and writing and with supplementary work with the online language laboratory. In order to develop oral comprehension and proficiency, it is the departmental policy that the course be conducted exclusively in French.

 

FREN 2102 Intermediate French (3) (S)
[LCCN: CFRN 2023, 2026, Intermediate French II] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum grade of “B” in FREN 2101 and teacher recommendation required. This is the second course of the two-semester sequence that constitutes the Intermediate French Program at LSU. The four basic skills for language development (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) will be practiced in addition to exploring the cultures of French-speaking peoples around the world. Students will expand their knowledge of the structures and lexicon of French with an additional emphasis on reading and writing and with supplementary work with the online language laboratory. In order to develop oral comprehension and proficiency, it is the departmental policy that the course be conducted exclusively in French.

 

For details about the French dual enrollment opportunity, contact Cathy Luquette at crluq1@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-6627.

 

GEOG 1001 Human Geography: Americas and Europe (3) (F)
This is a General Education course. GEOG 1001 and GEOG 1003 need not be taken in numerical order. Principal themes of human geography, including the spatial distributions and interactions of culture, history, economy, population and environment, with a regional emphasis on the Americas and Europe.

 

GEOG 1003 Human Geography: Africa and Asia (3) (S)
This is a General Education course. GEOG 1001 and GEOG 1003 need not be taken in numerical order. Principal themes of human geography, including the spatial distributions and interactions of culture, history, economy, population and environment, with a regional emphasis on Africa and Asia.

 

For details about the geography dual enrollment opportunity, contact Kent Mathewson at kentm@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-6073.

HIST 1005 World History to 1500 (3) (F)
[LCCN: CHIS 1113, World History I] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT English score of 18 and minimum ACT Math score of 19. Teacher recommendation also required. Developments and interactions among Asian, African, European, American, and Oceanian cultures in the pre-modern age. Students will learn fundamentals of historical analysis by examining and writing about both primary and secondary sources.

 

HIST 1007 World History Since 1500 (3) (S)
[LCCN: CHIS 1123, World History II] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT English score of 18 and minimum ACT Math score of 19. Teacher recommendation also required. Interactions among Asian, Middle Eastern, African, European, and American cultures in the modern era. Students will learn fundamentals of historical analysis by examining and writing about both primary and secondary sources.

 

HIST 2055 The United States to 1865 (3) (F)
[LCCN: CHIS 2013, American History I] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT English score of 18 and minimum ACT Math score of 19. Teacher recommendation also required. Comprehensive history of early America, from pre-contact period through the Civil War. Students will learn fundamentals of historical analysis by examining and writing about both primary and secondary sources.

 

HIST 2057 The United States from 1865 to the Present (3) (S)
[LCCN: CHIS 2023, American History II] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT English score of 18 and minimum ACT Math score of 19. Teacher recommendation also required. Introduction to historical analysis and analytical writing. Comprehensive history of modern America, from Reconstruction to the Present. Students will learn fundamentals of historical analysis by examining and writing about both primary and secondary sources.

 

For details about the history dual enrollment opportunity, contact Aaron Sheehan-Dean at asd@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-4507.

KIN 1124 Tennis (1) (F,S)
Pass/fail grading.

 

KIN 1129 Badminton (1) (F,S)
Pass/fail grading.

 

KIN 1146 Weightlifting (1) (F,S)
Pass/fail grading.

 

KIN 1155 Jogging (1) (F,S)
Pass/fail grading.

 

KIN 1199 Special Topics: Speedminton/Pickle Ball (1) (F,S)
Pass/fail grading.

 

KIN 1600 Individual Wellness and Public Health (3) (F,S)
This is a General Education course. Content and theory related to basic health information; critical health issues; economic, political and cultural influences on health and wellness; improving and maintaining optimal health and wellness.

 

For details about the kinesiology dual enrollment opportunity, contact K-Lynn McKey at kmckey2@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-2936.

LSU 1001 Introduction to Research* (1,3) (S)
Prereq.: Minimum ACT Composite score of 21. An overview of academic research and how science, humanities, and other areas structure research, communicate with research terminology, and set associated ethical principles of research.
*Pending approval by LSU Courses and Curriculum Committee to pilot in Spring 2018.

 

For details about the LSU dual enrollment opportunity, contact Randy Duran at rduran@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-2459.

MATH 1021 College Algebra (3) (F,S)
[LCCN: CMAT 1213, College Algebra] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT Composite score of 18 (Old SAT/PSAT-860 or New SAT/PSAT-940) AND minimum ACT Math score of 19 (Old SAT/PSAT-460 or New SAT/PSAT-500). If ACT, SAT, and PSAT scores are not available, a minimum PLAN Composite score of 18 AND a minimum PLAN Math score of 19 will be accepted. Credit will not be given for both this course and MATH 1015 or MATH 1023. Solving equations and inequalities; function properties and graphs with transformations; inverse functions; linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions with applications; systems of equations.

 

MATH 1022 Plane Trigonometry (3) (F,S)
[LCCN: CMAT 1223, Trigonometry] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT Composite score of 18 (Old SAT-860 or New SAT-940) AND minimum ACT Math score of 25 (Old SAT-570 or New SAT-590) OR minimum grade of “C” in MATH 1021. Credit will not be given for both this course and MATH 1015 or MATH 1023. Trigonometric functions with applications; graphs with transformations; inverse functions; fundamental identities and angle formulas; solving equations; solving triangles with applications; polar coordinate system; vectors.

 

MATH 1029 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics (3) (F,S)
[LCCN: CMAT 1103, Contemporary Math] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT Composite score of 18 (Old SAT/PSAT-860 or New SAT/PSAT-940) AND minimum ACT Math score of 19 (Old SAT/PSAT-460 or New SAT/PSAT-500). If ACT, SAT, and PSAT scores are not available, a minimum PLAN Composite score of 18 AND a minimum PLAN Math score of 19 will be accepted. Primarily for students in liberal arts and social sciences. Mathematical approaches to contemporary problems, handling of data and optimization using basic concepts from algebra, geometry and discrete mathematics.

 

MATH 1431 Calculus with Business and Economic Applications (3) (F,S)
[LCCN: CMAT 2103, Applied Calculus] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum ACT Composite score of 18 (Old SAT-860 or New SAT-940) AND minimum ACT Math score of 25 (Old SAT-570 or New SAT-590) OR minimum grade of “C” in MATH 1021. Credit will be given for only one of the following: MATH 1431, MATH 1550, MATH 1551. Differential and integral calculus of algebraic, logarithmic and exponential functions; applications to business and economics such as maximum-minimum problems, marginal analysis and exponential growth models.

 

MATH 1550 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5) (S)
[LCCN: CMAT 2115, Calculus I] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: Minimum score of 70 on LSU ALEKS Calculus Placement Test. Credit will be given for only one of the following: MATH 1431, MATH 1550, MATH 1551. Analytic geometry, limits, derivatives, integrals.

 

For details about the math dual enrollment opportunity, see https://www.math.lsu.edu/programs/CollegeReadiness (link is external) or contact Phoebe Rouse at prouse@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-2659.

MUS 2745 Intro to Computer Music (3) (S)
[Available at Lee High School only] Prereq.: permission of instructor. Introduction to techniques and technologies in computer music; principles of digital audio, sound design, music synthesis, digital audio workstations, and sound art composition with an emphasis on musique concrète.

 

For details about the music dual enrollment opportunity, contact Jesse Allison at jtallison@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-5572.

SPAN 1101 Elementary Spanish (4) (F)
[LCCN: CSPN 1014, Elementary Spanish I] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: 1 year of high school Spanish with minimum grade of “B.” The primary goal of this course is to offer students an introduction to basic communicative skills in Spanish while developing an awareness and appreciation of Hispanic/Latino cultures. Spanish 1101 is based on the goals from the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century, also known as the 5 Cs, which focus on five general areas: communication in Spanish, gaining knowledge and understanding of cultures of the Hispanic worlds, connecting with other disciplines and acquiring new information, developing awareness of similarities and differences (comparisons) among language and culture systems around the world, and using Spanish to participate in communities at home and around the world.

 

SPAN 1102 Elementary Spanish (4) (S)
[LCCN: CSPN 1024 Elementary Spanish II] This is a General Education course. Prereq.: 1 year of high school Spanish with minimum grade of “B” AND minimum grade of “B” in SPAN 1101. This course is a continuation of Spanish 1101. The primary goal of this course is to offer students an introduction to basic communicative skills in Spanish while developing an awareness and appreciation of Hispanic/Latino cultures. Spanish 1102 is based on the goals from the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century, also known as the 5 Cs, which focus on five general areas: communication in Spanish, gaining knowledge and understanding of cultures of the Hispanic worlds, connecting with other disciplines and acquiring new information, developing awareness of similarities and differences (comparisons) among language and culture systems around the world, and using Spanish to participate in communities at home and around the world.

 

SPAN 2101 Elementary Spanish (3) (F)
This is a General Education course. Prereq.: 1 year of high school Spanish with minimum grade of “B” AND minimum grade of “B” in SPAN 1101 and SPAN 1102. The primary goal of SPAN 2101 is to provide students with a review of previously learned Spanish and to help them acquire new communicative skills in Spanish while developing an awareness and appreciation of Hispanic/Latino cultures. The Lower Division Spanish Program courses take their goals from the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century, also known as the 5 Cs, which focus on five general areas: communicating in Spanish, gaining knowledge, and understanding of cultures of the Hispanic world, connecting with other disciplines and acquiring new information, developing awareness of similarities and differences (comparisons) among language and culture systems around the world and using Spanish to participate in communities at home and around the world.

 

SPAN 2102 Elementary Spanish (3) (S)
This is a General Education course. Prereq.: 1 year of high school Spanish with minimum grade of “B” AND minimum grade of “B” in SPAN 1101, SPAN 1102, and SPAN 2101. The primary goal of SPAN 2102 is to provide students with a review of previously learned Spanish and to help them acquire new communicative skills in Spanish while developing an awareness and appreciation of Hispanic/Latino cultures. The Lower Division Spanish Program courses take their goals from the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century, also known as the 5 Cs, which focus on five general areas: communicating in Spanish, gaining knowledge and understanding of cultures of the Hispanic world, connecting with other disciplines and acquiring new information, developing awareness of similarities and differences (comparisons) among language and culture systems around the world, using Spanish to participate in communities at home and around the world.

 

For details about the Spanish dual enrollment opportunity, contact Sheldon Lotten at slotte1@lsu.edu (link sends e-mail) or 578-5168.