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Xavier University of Louisiana    
 
    
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
University Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


The Fall (Fa), Spring (Sp), or Summer (Su) semesters indicated are expected but are not guaranteed. Expansive Core Curriculum courses are denoted by EXP.  Service Learning courses are denoted by SL.

 

Pharmacy Administration

The Fall (Fa) or Spring (Sp) semesters indicated are expected but are not guaranteed. 

   •  PHAD 4220 - Public Health/Epidemiology
   •  PHAD 5120 - Seminar in Pharmacy Ethics
   •  PHAD 5220 - Pharmacoeconomics and Health Outcomes
   •  PHAD 5320 - Pharmacy Management
   •  PHAD 5420 - Pharmacy Law

Pharmacology

The Fall (Fa) or Spring (Sp) semesters indicated are expected but are not guaranteed. 

   •  PHCL 3610 - Biomedical Immunology
   •  PHCL 3620 - Human Physiology and Anatomy
   •  PHCL 3620L - Human Physiology and Anatomy
   •  PHCL 3630 - Human Physiology and Anatomy

Pharmaceutical Sciences

The Fall (Fa) or Spring (Sp) semesters indicated are expected but are not guaranteed. 

   •  PHSC 3650 - Pharmacy Biotechnology and Pharmacogenomics
   •  PHSC 3810 - Pharmacy Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
   •  PHSC 3910 - Medicinal Chemistry/ Pharmacology (MCP) I
   •  PHSC 4910 - Medicinal Chemistry/Pharmacology (MCP) II
   •  PHSC 4920 - Medicinal Chemistry/Pharmacology (MCP) III
   •  PHSC 5910 - Medicinal Chemistry/Pharmacology (MCP) IV.

Physical Education Academic

   •  PHED 2015 - Elementary School Physical Education

Physical Education Activity

   •  PHED 1030 - Techniques
   •  PHED 1041 - Basic Aerobics
   •  PHED 1050 - Beginning Tennis
   •  PHED 1070 - Folk Dancing
   •  PHED 1200 - Step Aerobics
   •  PHED 1210 - Volleyball and Basketball
   •  PHED 2070 - Tai Chi Chuan
   •  PHED 2400 - Beginning Karate
   •  PHED 2410 - Intermediate Karate
   •  PHED 2420 - Advanced Karate
   •  PHED 3080 - Team and Individual Sports
   •  PHED 3120 - Advanced Tennis

Physical Education Test-Out

*Upon completion of a test-out course, students will have successfully performed and passed at least 70% of the skills required for their respective sport.  Test-out courses fulfill the core curriculum physical education requirement but do not offer academic credit.

   •  PHED 1000B - Physical Education Requirement Basketball
   •  PHED 1000T - Physical Education Requirement Tennis
   •  PHED 1000Tr - Physical Education Requirement Track
   •  PHED 1000V - Physical Education Requirement Volleyball

Philosophy - Group 1: Introductory Courses

A STUDENT MAY NOT TAKE MORE THAN ONE OF THESE COURSES TO SATISFY CORE CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS.

   •  PHIL 1030 - Great Books in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 1070 - Problems in Philosophy

Philosophy - Group 2

THE FOLLOWING COURSES MAY BE TAKEN EITHER AS INTRODUCTORY COURSES OR AS UPPER LEVEL COURSES.

   •  PHIL 2000 - Special Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 2011 - Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
   •  PHIL 2021 - Modern Philosophy
   •  PHIL 2031 - 19th and 20th Century Philosophy
   •  PHIL 2040 - Logic
   •  PHIL 2045 - Ethics: General Principles
   •  PHIL 2050 - Social and Political Philosophy
   •  PHIL 2080 - African American Philosophy

Philosophy - Group 3: Upper Level Courses

   •  PHIL 2260 - Philosophy of Art
   •  PHIL 2270 - Philosophy of Religion
   •  PHIL 2400 - Health Ethics
   •  PHIL 2410 - Business Ethics
   •  PHIL 3000 - Special Topics Seminar in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 3250 - Philosophy of Science
   •  PHIL 3260 - Philosophy of Law
   •  PHIL 3400 - Ethical Conduct in Scientific Research
   •  PHIL 4001 - Directed Reading
   •  PHIL 4002 - Directed Reading
   •  PHIL 4003 - Directed Reading
   •  PHIL 4999 - Senior Comprehensives

Physics

A grade of C or better in a prerequisite course is required before a student may progress to the next course. 

   •  PHYS 1010 - General Astronomy
   •  PHYS 1121 - General Physics I
   •  PHYS 1141 - General Physics II
   •  PHYS 1530 - How Things Work
   •  PHYS 2010 - General Physics I
   •  PHYS 2010L - General Physics I
   •  PHYS 2020 - General Physics II
   •  PHYS 2020L - General Physics II
   •  PHYS 2060 - Physics of Music
   •  PHYS 2060L - Physics of Music
   •  PHYS 2111 - General Physics II
   •  PHYS 2121 - General Physics III
   •  PHYS 2510 - Computational Science & Engineering
   •  PHYS 2530 - Vibrations and Waves
   •  PHYS 2550 - Introduction to Materials Science
   •  PHYS 2550L - Materials Science Labortory
   •  PHYS 2630 - Analytical Methods for Physics and Engineering
   •  PHYS 3010 - Electricity and Magnetism I
   •  PHYS 3011 - Electricity and Magnetism II
   •  PHYS 3020 - Mechanics-Dynamics
   •  PHYS 3040 - Thermodynamics
   •  PHYS 3050 - Modern Physics
   •  PHYS 3060 - Medical Physics
   •  PHYS 3120 - Circuits I
   •  PHYS 3210 - Mechanics-Statics
   •  PHYS 3310L - Advanced Laboratory
   •  PHYS 3320L - Advanced Laboratory
   •  PHYS 3510S - Physics and Engineering Seminar
   •  PHYS 3520S - Physics and Engineering Seminar
   •  PHYS 3560 - Nanotechnology
   •  PHYS 3999 - Qualifying Examination for Dual Degree Engineering Majors.
   •  PHYS 4050 - Quantum Physics
   •  PHYS 4200 - Physics Projects
   •  PHYS 4210 - Physics Projects
   •  PHYS 4530 - Special Topics
   •  PHYS 4540 - Special Topics
   •  PHYS 4999 - Senior Comprehensives

Political Science

   •  PSCI 1010 - Introduction to Political Science
   •  PSCI 1020 - American Government
   •  PSCI 2010 - Research Methods
   •  PSCI 2040 - International Relations
   •  PSCI 2050 - Introduction to Public Policy and Administration
   •  PSCI 2060 - International Law and Politics
   •  PSCI 2100 - Law, Politics, and Society
   •  PSCI 2120 - Judicial Process
   •  PSCI 2240 - Politics of Gender and Sexuality
 

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