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    Saint Leo University
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
[ARCHIVED CATALOG] 2013-2014 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses of Instruction


In the following section, courses offered by the various academic departments of the University are listed alphabetically by subject. Immediately following each course title is the number of credits granted for successful completion of the course. Courses listed represent the normal offerings. Unless otherwise noted, the schedule of courses in this catalog refers to the course offerings at University College. Departments are also authorized to offer special courses on an ad hoc basis. These are given in a “Special Topics” designation in the course listings. Not all courses are offered every semester and at all locations.

Undergraduate Course Levels

100–199: Introductory courses or course sequences often without prerequisites.
200–299: Introductory courses or course sequences with or without prerequisites, ordinarily taken by students with 21 or more completed hours.
300–399: Intermediate courses or course sequences with specified prerequisites. Prerequisites include but are not limited to:

  1. Successful completion of a minimum of 45 college credits.
  2. Specific relevant courses enumerated in the catalog.
  3. Or specific written permission from the appropriate academic advisor/or academic Dean.


400–499: Advanced courses or course sequences with specified prerequisites ordinarily taken by students during their final year. Courses may include independent work, directed projects, internships, senior seminar or capstone course, and honors projects. Prerequisites include but are not limited to:

  1. Successful completion of a minimum of 75 college credits.
  2. Specific relevant courses enumerated in the catalog.
  3. Or specific written permission from the appropriate academic advisor and/or academic Dean.
 

Accounting

   •  ACC 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  ACC 201 - Principles of Accounting I
   •  ACC 202 - Principles of Accounting II
   •  ACC 301 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACC 302 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACC 303 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  ACC 304 - Government and Not-For-Profit Accounting
   •  ACC 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  ACC 331 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACC 401 - Advanced Accounting
   •  ACC 411 - Auditing
   •  ACC 412 - Advanced Auditing
   •  ACC 421 - Individual Federal Income Taxes
   •  ACC 422 - Corporate Federal Income Taxes
   •  ACC 425 - Accounting Internship
   •  ACC 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research
   •  ACC 430 - International Accounting
   •  ACC 498 - Financial Statement Analysis

Anthropology

   •  ANT 121 - Introduction to Anthropology
   •  ANT 327 - Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANT 333 - The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
   •  ANT 335 - Biological Anthropology
   •  ANT 337 - Introduction to Archaeology
   •  ANT 343 - Anthropological Linguistics

Art/Art History

   •  ART 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  ART 110HM - Curves Ahead: Women Artists and the Female Form
   •  ART 121 - Visual Fundamentals I
   •  ART 122 - Visual Fundamentals II
   •  ART 123 - Art Appreciation
   •  ART 221 - Drawing
   •  ART 223 - Beginning Painting
   •  ART 226 - Beginning Photography
   •  ART 321 - Studio I
   •  ART 322 - History of Art I
   •  ART 323 - History of Art II
   •  ART 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  ART 330 - Contemporary Humanities

Biology

   •  BIO 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  BIO 125 - Biological Principles I
   •  BIO 125L - Biological Principles I Lab
   •  BIO 126 - Biological Principles II
   •  BIO 126L - Biological Principles II Lab
   •  BIO 130 - General Zoology
   •  BIO 130L - General Zoology Laboratory
   •  BIO 223 - Botany
   •  BIO 223L - Botany Laboratory
   •  BIO 311 - Invertebrate Zoology
   •  BIO 311L - Invertebrate Zoology Lab
   •  BIO 312 - Vertebrate Zoology
   •  BIO 312L - Vertebrate Zoology Lab
   •  BIO 315 - Ichthyology
   •  BIO 315L - Ichthyology Lab
   •  BIO 321 - Developmental Biology
   •  BIO 321L - Developmental Biology Laboratory
   •  BIO 324 - Biochemistry
   •  BIO 324L - Biochemistry Laboratory
   •  BIO 325 - Ecology
   •  BIO 325L - Ecology Laboratory
   •  BIO 326 - Animal Physiology
   •  BIO 327 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I
   •  BIO 327L - Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
   •  BIO 328 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II
   •  BIO 328L - Human Anatomy & Phys II Lab
   •  BIO 329 - Directed Study: Readings or Research
   •  BIO 330 - Fundamentals of Genetics
   •  BIO 330L - Fundamentals of Genetics Laboratory
   •  BIO 332 - Conservation Biology
   •  BIO 333 - Experimental Design
   •  BIO 334 - Medicinal Botony
   •  BIO 335 - Population Ecology
   •  BIO 336 - Wetlands Ecology
   •  BIO 336L - Wetlands Ecology Lab
   •  BIO 340 - Mycology
   •  BIO 340L - Mycology Laboratory
   •  BIO 341 - Virology
   •  BIO 341L - Virology Laboratory
   •  BIO 342 - Estuarine Ecology
   •  BIO 343 - Restoration Ecology
   •  BIO 343L - Restoration Ecology Lab
   •  BIO 345 - Field Problems in Marine Biology
   •  BIO 345L - Field Problems in Marine Biology Laboratory
   •  BIO 350 - Global Climate Change
   •  BIO 422 - Immunology
   •  BIO 425 - Microbiology
   •  BIO 425L - Microbiology Laboratory
   •  BIO 429 - Advanced Directed Study and Research
   •  BIO 430 - Molecular and Applied Genetics
   •  BIO 430L - Molecular And Applied Genetics Laboratory
   •  BIO 435 - Community Ecology
   •  BIO 445 - Evolution
   •  BIO 497 - Senior Seminar in Biology: Research Proposal Writing
   •  BIO 498 - Senior Seminar in Biology: Conducting Research

Chemistry

   •  CHE 100-400 - Special Topics
   •  CHE 123 - General Chemistry I
   •  CHE 123L - General Chemistry I Laboratory
   •  CHE 124 - General Chemistry II
   •  CHE 124L - General Chemistry II Laboratory
   •  CHE 311 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHE 311L - Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
   •  CHE 312 - Organic Chemistry II
 

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