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CHEM A100 Chem Prep
3.00 crs.

This elective, pass-fail course is designed for students who want to take CHEM A105 but lack the prerequisites. Students develop and refine their ability to solve arithmetic, algebraic, and dimensional analysis types of problems using examples from the physical sciences, primarily chemistry and physics. Upon successful completion of this course, students have a strong foundation for General Chemistry I, CHEM A105. 

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MATH A341 Statistics Theory and Methods
3.00 crs.

This course shows how statistics makes inferences about a population based on information from samples. Topics include estimation, hypothesis testing, linear models, and estimation by least squares. Experimental design, analysis of variance, analysis of enumerative data, and nonparametric statistics.

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CMMN A380 Donnelley Center
3.00 crs.

Students work in the Shawn M. Donnelley Center for Nonprofit Communications, a student-run agency that gives students real-world experience in public relations, design, photography and videography, social media, advertising, event and strategic planning by working with nonprofits to create communication solutions.

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CMMN A415 Advanced Advertising Campaigns
3.00 crs.

This course exposes students to the experience of working on a major national advertising account in an advertising agency environment. Each student should leave this course with portfolio material and hands-on experience in the field of advertising. Offered in the spring semester only.

$75 fee for non-majors and part-time students.

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CMMN A419 Advanced Public Relations Campaigns
3.00 crs.

This course gives students the opportunity to create and implement a campaign for a national public relations client in a public relations agency environment. Students experiment with various research, planning, and writing processes introduced in courses required by the public relations sequence. Offered in the spring semester only.

$75 fee for non-majors and part-time students.

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MATH A425 General Topology
3.00 crs.

This course studies basic concepts from the topics of topological spaces, Hausdorff spaces, connectedness, metric spaces, continuous mappings, separability, compactness, and product spaces.

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PSYC A485 Practicum in Applied Psychology
3.00 crs.

This course involves supervised field experience in cooperation with New Orleans area agencies. On-campus meetings and written assignments are required.

Advanced junior standing, Permission of instructor
PSYC A488 Senior Research
2.00 crs.

This course involves the preparation of a formal written proposal for an empirical research project and undergraduate thesis.

Advanced junior standing, Permission of instructor
PSYC A489 Senior Thesis
1.00 crs.

This course involves the completion of an empirical research project and writing of an undergraduate thesis.

Prerequisite
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ENGL A491 Practicum in Teaching Writing
1.00 crs.

This practicum focuses on methods and materials for teaching writing. Students work in the Writing across the Curriculum lab.

Any of the prerequisites are accepted, Permission of instructor
Corequisites:
ENGL A491 Practicum in Teaching Writing
1.00 crs.

This practicum focuses on methods and materials for teaching writing. Students work in the Writing across the Curriculum lab.

Any of the prerequisites are accepted, Permission of instructor
Corequisites:
SOCI A495 Special Project
1.00 crs., 3.00 crs.

This project focuses on the creative or productive efforts of one or more students. A special project is distinguished from a research project in its lack of the historical or experimental method and perspective characteristics of research.

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PSYC A497 Internship
1.00 crs., 3.00 crs.

This course involves supervised field experience in cooperation with New Orleans area agencies. On-campus meetings and written assignments are required.

Advanced junior standing, Permission of instructor
MUGN M420 Senior Project
3.00 crs.

An exhaustive inquiry into a single topic chosen by the student in consultation with a faculty member who will supervise and evaluate the project.

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MUTH M420 Topics in Music Theory
3.00 crs.

A seminar-style study of a single analytical technique, such as Schenkerian analysis or pitch-class set theory, or analytical survey of a particular body of literature, such as the Classical string quartet or 20th-century sacred music for chorus and orchestra.

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DANC M499 Independent Study
3.00 crs.
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