or placement

GREK A101 Beginning Greek II
3.00 crs.

GREK A100 continued.

or placement
LATN A101 Beginning Latin II
3.00 crs.

This course is a continuation of LATN A100.

or placement
ARAB A101 First Year Arabic II
3.00 crs.

This course, a continuation of ARAB A100, expands students' vocabulary and use of basic grammatical structures. Lessons focus on the sound patterns of Arabic, with attention to mastery of scripts, pronunciation and listening comprehension.

or placement
GERM A101 First Year German II
3.00 crs.

This course is a continuation of GERM A100 and further develops listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing skills.

or placement
ITAL A101 First Year Italian II
3.00 crs.

This course is a continuation of Italian A100. Students further develop their listening comprehension, reading, speaking and writing skills. 

or placement
FREN A101 First-year French II
3.00 crs.

This course is a continuation in appropriation of the four basic skills with emphasis on correct pronunciation and the acquisition of fundamental vocabulary.

or placement
SPAN A101 First-year Spanish II
3.00 crs.

This is a continued study of the fundamental structure of the language that stresses the development of the four basic skills: listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.  The course also includes the study of culture in the Spanish-speaking world.

or placement
MATH A115 Introduction to Finite Mathematics
3.00 crs.

This course is designed to give social science, psychology, and business students an introduction to the necessary analytic and quantitative tools in mathematics. Topics include elementary matrix theory and linear programming, life science models, and an introduction to probability.

or placement
MATH A115 Introduction to Finite Mathematics
3.00 crs.

This course is designed to give social science, psychology, and business students an introduction to the necessary analytic and quantitative tools in mathematics. Topics include elementary matrix theory and linear programming, life science models, and an introduction to probability.

or placement
MATH A116 Survey of Calculus
3.00 crs.

This course includes techniques in the calculus of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions of one and two variables as met in the application fields of business, political science, and other social science disciplines.

or placement
MATH A118 Pre-calculus Mathematics
3.00 crs.

This course offers preparation for students who plan to take calculus, but need to build their proficiency in algebra and trigonometry.  Topics include exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions.

Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites, or placement
FREN A200 Second-year French I
3.00 crs.

Development of basic language skills continues with emphasis on grammar and the acquisition and use of new vocabulary in cultural contexts. Reading and discussion of articles and other writings are undertaken with grammatical exercises and short compositions based on cultural topics.

or placement
SPAN A200 Second-year Spanish I
3.00 crs.

This course focuses on grammar and vocabulary development, continuing the advancement of the four basic skills: listening comprehension, conversation, reading, and composition, along with culture.

or placement
FREN A201 Second-year French II
3.00 crs.

This course consists of readings and discussion in French of literary and cultural texts. Students write short essays based on the readings and demonstrate use of basic techniques of textual analysis through discussion and in writing.

or placement
SPAN A201 Second-year Spanish II
3.00 crs.

This course offers review and development of grammar, sentence structure, vocabulary, and reading skills, with an emphasis on intermediate conversation, composition, and culture.

or placement
LATN A250 Intermediate Latin
3.00 crs.

In this course, students enhance their understanding of the basics of Latin grammar and syntax and increase their knowledge of Latin vocabulary in preparation for reading Latin literature. Readings are drawn from both prose and poetry in order to prepare students for advanced courses in Latin authors.

or placement
MATH A257 Calculus I
4.00 crs.

This is a beginning course in the calculus of one variable and analytic geometry. The concept of limits and their use in differential and integral calculus, max and min values of functions, and solving for areas and volumes are treated.

Grade of C- or better in listed prerequisites, or placement, or permission of the Department Chair
MATH A260 Statistical Inference for Scientists
3.00 crs.

This is a course in statistical methods for science students. Emphasis centers on the practical application of statistical inference and estimation in the quest for scientific knowledge. Topics include exploratory data analysis, techniques for data collection, summarization, and presentation, graphical techniques and numerical measures, the role of the Normal distribution, regression and correlation analysis, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, the analysis of variance, and distribution-free methods.

Any of the prerequisites are accepted, or placement
MATH A260 Statistical Inference for Scientists
3.00 crs.

This is a course in statistical methods for science students. Emphasis centers on the practical application of statistical inference and estimation in the quest for scientific knowledge. Topics include exploratory data analysis, techniques for data collection, summarization, and presentation, graphical techniques and numerical measures, the role of the Normal distribution, regression and correlation analysis, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, the analysis of variance, and distribution-free methods.

Any of the prerequisites are accepted, or placement
MATH A260 Statistical Inference for Scientists
3.00 crs.

This is a course in statistical methods for science students. Emphasis centers on the practical application of statistical inference and estimation in the quest for scientific knowledge. Topics include exploratory data analysis, techniques for data collection, summarization, and presentation, graphical techniques and numerical measures, the role of the Normal distribution, regression and correlation analysis, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, the analysis of variance, and distribution-free methods.

Any of the prerequisites are accepted, or placement
MATH A260 Statistical Inference for Scientists
3.00 crs.

This is a course in statistical methods for science students. Emphasis centers on the practical application of statistical inference and estimation in the quest for scientific knowledge. Topics include exploratory data analysis, techniques for data collection, summarization, and presentation, graphical techniques and numerical measures, the role of the Normal distribution, regression and correlation analysis, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, the analysis of variance, and distribution-free methods.

Any of the prerequisites are accepted, or placement
FREN A300 Advanced Grammar and Composition
3.00 crs.

This course reviews intensively the structure of the language and of idiomatic expressions. Daily translations and frequent original compositions are required.

or placement
SPAN A300 Syntax and Composition
3.00 crs.

This course is an intensive study of grammar, sentence structure, and translation difficulties, with extensive written practice in Spanish. Various texts, including film, are used for discussion and stylistic models.

or placement
FREN A301 Advanced Conversation and Phonetics
3.00 crs.

In this course, students acquire an extensive working vocabulary and fluency through conversation, reading, and discussion of cultural texts. French phonetics and its application to the improvement of pronunciation are also studied.

or placement
LATN A304 Prose of Republican Rome
3.00 crs.

This course surveys works of prose writers who lived during the Roman Republic. Authors such as Cato, Nepos, Caesar, Sallust, and Cicero provide insight into key political figures and military action of the Republic and offer a variety of writing styles. 

or placement
FREN A315 Analysis of French Texts
3.00 crs.

This course discusses specific techniques of intensive reading and analysis through an in-depth study of a variety of short texts in French chosen to represent various discourse styles, periods, genres, themes, and traditions from both French and Francophone cultural milieux. Special emphasis is on training students in the commentaire or explication de texte.

or placement
FREN A320 Culture and Civilization I
3.00 crs.

This course is an introduction to French civilization from Lascaux and Gallo-Roman times to the 18th century. It includes the study of the geography of the French hexagon, from the centrality of Paris to the regionalism of the provinces. Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque art and music are discussed.

or placement
FREN A321 Culture and Civilization II
3.00 crs.

This course is a study of the important historical, social and economic events beginning with the Revolution of 1789 to  the present. The nature and development of French aesthetics and artistic traditions in painting, sculpture, and music will be presented, along with current topics including education, and the politics of modern-day France.

or placement
FREN A325 La Nouvelle-Orleans
3.00 crs.

This course examines the French heritage of New Orleans, and explores the French side of our history, institutions, architecture, language, food, and celebrations. The assignments and discussions help students know and appreciate the cultural uniqueness and rich heritage of the city in which they live and study.

or placement
FREN A330 Introduction to French Literature I
3.00 crs.

This course is a survey of the major literary currents and principal authors from the Middle Ages through the 17th century.

or placement
MUTH M102 Theory I
4.00 crs.

This course covers theory rudiments and species counterpoint, with musicianship skills focused on aural perception of diatonic materials in the major mode.

or placement