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If This, Not That: Disallowed Course Combinations Jill Lemaire, Assistant Dean for Student Services B. I. Moody III College of Business Administration.

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1 If This, Not That: Disallowed Course Combinations Jill Lemaire, Assistant Dean for Student Services B. I. Moody III College of Business Administration Sept. 18, 2013, 2:30 – 3:30 p.m., Moody 127

2 From the 2013 – 2015 Undergraduate Catalog: Academics Courses and Schedules CHEMISTRY (CHEM ) 101. SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY I. (3, 0, 3). Restr: Credit for CHEM 101 prohibits earning additional credit in CHEM 105 or CHEM SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY II. (3, 0, 3). Prereq: CHEM HONORS GENERAL CHEMISTRY I. (3, 0, 3). Restr: Permission of the department head. Credit for CHEM 105 prohibits earning additional degree credit in CHEM 101, 107 or HONORS GENERAL CHEMISTRY II. (3, 0, 3). Prereq: CHEM 105 or permission of department head GENERAL CHEMISTRY I. (3, 0, 3). Prereq: MATH 100 or MATH 105 with grade of C or better or eligibility to enter MATH 140 or higher level mathematics course. Restr: Credit for CHEM 107 prohibits earning additional degree credit in CHEM 101, 105, or GENERAL CHEMISTRY II. (3, 0, 3). Prereq: CHEM 105 or 107, MATH 105 or 140/ SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY FOR EDUCATION MAJORS. (2, 2, 3). For elementary and non-science secondary school teachers. Restr: Credit for CHEM 212 prohibits earning additional degree credit in CHEM 101, 105, or 107.

3 ECONOMICS (ECON) 201. PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I. (3, 0, 3). Introduction to macroeconomic concepts. National income accounts, trade, public finance, governmental influences in price stabilization and full employment. A student cannot receive credit for both 201 and PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II. (3, 0, 3). Introduction to microeconomic concepts. Determination of price and value; allocation of resources and output, factors affecting distribution of wealth and income FUNDAMENTALS OF ECONOMICS. (3, 0, 3). Basic economics for non- business majors. Abbreviated treatment of micro and macro concepts necessary for economic literacy among responsible citizens. Oriented to the U.S. economic system. Restr: Not open to Business Administration students, nor to any student with earned credit for 201. A student cannot receive credit for both 201 and MONEY AND BANKING. (3, 0, 3). Structure, function, and significance of banking and currency systems, international finance, interrelationship of monetary and fiscal policies and related national income concepts. (Same as FNAN 320). Prereq: ECON ECONOMICS OF ART AND CULTURE. (3, 0, 3). Application of microeconomic principles to the market of the arts and culture. Financing the arts and public policy of fine, performing and cinematic art, broadcast media, sports, and other cultural activities. Prereq: ECON 202 or 300.

4 ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL) 101. INTRODUCTION TO ACADEMIC WRITING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH. (3, 0, 3).Critical thinking, reading, and writing skills, focusing on effective, well-argued essays. Prereq: Minimum score of 550 on TOEFL (213 computer-based or internet- based). ESOL 101 is the equivalent of ENGL WRITING AND RESEARCH ABOUT CULTURE FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH. (3, 0, 3). Content varies. Advanced thinking, reading and writing skills focusing on rhetoric and research. Prereq: Minimum of C in ESOL 101. Students who complete ESOL with a minimum grade of C meet University freshman level English requirements. As per Denise Marceaux, ESOL Instructor, students are not to mix ENGL 101/102 and ESOL 101/102 classes.

5 GEOLOGY (GEOL) 105. GEOLOGY AND MAN. (3, 0, 3). Origin of earth materials, structures, and landforms; affecting the human environment. Optional field trips. Restr: Credit may only be earned in one of the following: GEOL 105, GEOL 111, GEOL 115, or GEOL EARTH HISTORY. (3, 0, 3). Earth's physical and biological evolution, utilizing concepts of plate tectonics. Emphasis on methods used to interpret earth history. Prereq: GEOL 105. Restr: Credit may not be earned for both GEOL 106 and GEOL PHYSICAL GEOLOGY. (3, 2, 4). Earth materials and processes; emphasis on application of scientific concepts to geologic phenomena. Optional field trips. Restr: Credit may only be earned for one of the following: GEOL 105, GEOL 107, GEOL 111, GEOL 115, or GEOL HISTORICAL GEOLOGY. (3, 2, 4). Geologic time; history of development of earth features, products, and life. Prereq: GEOL 105, or GEOL 111. Restr: Credit may not be earned for both GEOL 112 and GEOL INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE. (2, 2, 3). Astronomy, geology, and meteorology for education majors. Restr: Education majors only. Credit may only be earned in one of the following: GEOL 105, GEOL 111, or GEOL 225.

6 MATHEMATICS (MATH) 100. COLLEGE ALGEBRA FUNDAMENTALS. (5, 0, 5). Prereq: Minimum ACT Math score of 19, departmental placement exam, or Intermediate Algebra with a grade of C or better. Only one of MATH 100, (MATH 102,) MATH 105, MATH 107, MATH 109, (MATH 140,) MATH 143 may be used for degree credit QUANTITATIVE REASONING. (3, 0, 3). This course is designed for students in non- technical fields and may be used as a prerequisite for MATH 206, 210 and STAT 214 only. Only one of MATH 102, 100, 105, 107, 109, (140,) 143 may be used for degree credit. Prereq: Minimum ACT MATH score of 19, departmental exam, or Intermediate Algebra with a grade of C or better COLLEGE ALGEBRA. (3, 0, 3). Prereq: minimum ACT MATH score of 21 or departmental placement exam. Only one of MATH 100, (MATH 102,) MATH 105, MATH 107, MATH 109, (MATH 140,) MATH 143 may be used for degree credit COLLEGE ALGEBRA AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING. (3, 0, 3). Only one of MATH 100, (MATH 102,) MATH 105, MATH 107, MATH 109, (MATH 140,) MATH 143 may be used for degree credit. Restr: Education majors only. Prereq: Minimum ACT math score of 19, departmental placement exam, or Intermediate Algebra with a grade of C or better. (1 of 3)

7 109. PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA. (3, 0, 3). Prereq: Minimum ACT math score of 23, departmental placement exam, or MATH 100 or MATH 105 with a minimum grade of C. Only one of MATH 100, (MATH 102,) MATH 105, MATH 107, MATH 109 (MATH 140) may be used for degree credit. **The following course was taught from Summer 2009 through Spring Students now take MATH 109/110 or MATH 143 in its place as determined by ACT math score PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY: FUNDAMENTALS.(5, 0, 5). Prereq: Minimum ACT MATH score of 23 or departmental exam, or MATH 100 or MATH 105 with a grade of C or better. Only one of MATH 100, (102,) 105, 107, 109, 140, 143 may be used for degree credit PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY. (3, 0, 3). Prereq: Minimum ACT MATH score of 26 or departmental exam. Only one of MATH 100, (102,) 105, 107, 109, (140,) 143 may be used for degree credit. The two (2) extra credits in MATH 100 (5 cr.) and MATH 140 (5 cr.) are NOT to be used for degree credit. Think of them as remedial lab hours – not applicable. (2 of 3)

8 250. SURVEY OF CALCULUS. (3, 0, 3). Emphasis on applications in the biological and social sciences and business. Not equivalent to MATH 270. Prereq: Minimum ACT math score of 25, MATH 105, or MATH 100 with grade of C or better CALCULUS I. (4, 0, 4). Definitions, properties, and applications of derivatives and integrals. Prereq: Minimum ACT math score of 28, MATH 109 and MATH 110 with a grade of C better, MATH (140) 143 with a grade of C or better or permission of department required. 1) If students have taken MATH 102 or MATH 107 previously, they must take MATH 105 as a prerequisite to MATH 250. MATH 102 or MATH 107 then cannot be used for degree credit. 2) Moody COBA accepts MATH 270 for MATH ) Moody COBA accepts a grade of C or better in STAT 214 (or transfer equivalent) in place of QMET 251 in any of its majors if and only if it was taken as a required course in a previous major. In addition, STAT 214 will be accepted as a prerequisite for FNAN 300 (instead of QMET 251) for non-business majors. (3 of 3)

9 PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC) 110. INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY. (3, 0, 3). Restr: Not available to psychology majors. A student may not receive credit for both PSYC 110 and PSYC HONORS GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY. (3, 0, 3) GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I. (3, 0, 3). Restr: For majors and minors, or permission of instructor required GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II. (3, 0, 3). Prereq: PSYC 209. Coreq: ENGL 101; MATH 100 or MATH 105. Restr: Psychology majors and minors, or permission of instructor required. A student may not receive credit for both PSYC 110 and PSYC 210. UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN EXPERIENCE (UNIV) 200. INFORMATION LITERACY. (2, 0, 2). Introduction to word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software; ethics; and societal impact of information technology. Restr: Credit in only one introduction information of computer literacy course applicable toward degree i.e. see BSAT 205, CMCN 335, CMPS 300, IRED 320, KNES 205, etc.

10 These should NOT be used for degree credit: CNED = Continuing Education outside the traditional University degree programs non-academic courses ACSK = Academic Skills Thank you for attending. Contact me: louisiana.edu

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