Credit Courses

Kimberly Bordelon Nursing Student

Attend Southeastern credit courses at our safe and convenient location on Highway 190 in Walker. Many general education courses, foundation courses and science labs are offered at the Literacy and Technology Center.  Below are courses listed for Summer and Fall 2015.

Pictured to the right is Kimberly Bordelon of Denham Springs. Kim is entering her Senior Year at Southeastern and attends many courses at the Literacy and Technology Center.

 

Summer 2015

COMM 211- Introduction to Public Speaking T, Th 1:30 PM - 4:15 PM
211. Introduction to Public Speaking. Credit 3 hours. Training in the organization of materials and the oral and physical aspects of delivery in various speaking situations. Intended to give the beginning student an understanding of and practice in public speaking. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

EDL 610- Research Methods for Educational Leaders T 3:00 PM - 5:50 PM
610. Research Methods for Educational Leaders. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in EDL 612. The course is designed for educational leaders to provide an introduction to concepts and issues in research methods and data analysis. Candidates will be required to collect, analyze, and present educational data. (As Needed)

EDL 612- Seminar I: Fostering Vision and Leadership in Educational Environments TBA
612. Seminar I: Fostering Vision and Leadership in Educational Environments. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in EDL 610.The course will cover organization theory. Principles of organizational development will be explored, and special attention will be given to the development of shared visions and goals, and the strategic planning required to achieve them. (As Needed)

GEOG 103- Introduction to Geography T, Th 9:30 AM - 12:15 PM
103. Introduction to Geography. Credit 3 hours. This course surveys the basic concepts of geography. Introduces the student to physical and cultural aspects of geography and describes the interaction of humans and their environment. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

Fall 2015

BIOL152-General Biology Lab 1 M 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM

BIOL 152-General Biology Lab 1 M 3:00 PM - 4:50 PM

152. General Biology Laboratory I. Credit 1 hour. Prerequisite: Registration in or prior credit for GBIO 106 or GBIO 151. Laboratory exercises for studying the principles of biology from the cellular level including biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, and genetics. Two hours of laboratory per week. A Laboratory fee is required for this course. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

COMM 211- Introduction to Public Speaking W 6:30 PM - 9:15 PM
211. Introduction to Public Speaking. Credit 3 hours. Training in the organization of materials and the oral and physical aspects of delivery in various speaking situations. Intended to give the beginning student an understanding of and practice in public speaking. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

EDL 661- Seminar II: Organizational Management and Legal Issues M 5:00 PM - 7:45 PM
661. Seminar II: Organizational Management and Legal Issues. Credit 6 hours. Prerequisite: EDL 600, EDL 660, and ETEC 616. This course will cover the relationship among scheduling, resource allocation, shared decision-making, and technology to facilitate building management for effective school leadership. Legal issues related to school management will also be explored. (As Needed)

ENGL 101- Freshman Composition M 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
101. Freshman Composition. [LCCN: CENL 1013, English Composition I]. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisite: English ACT score of 18 or above. Required of all students who do not qualify for ENGL 102, 121H, or 122H. Instruction and practice in the basic principles of expository writing: the paragraph and the whole composition, the methods of development, the thesis, the outline and organization, the structure and style. Instruction in functional grammar, sentence structure, diction and spelling, punctuation and mechanics, in direct relation to the student's writing. For placement in ENGL 101, see English Placement section in this Catalogue. A Laboratory fee is required for this course. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

GBIO 151- General Biology I. M 12:00 PM - 2:45 PM
151. General Biology I. [LCCN: CBIO 1033, General Biology I (Science Majors)]. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisite: Must be eligible to enroll in ENGL 101 and MATH 155 or 161. Principles of biology from the cellular level including biochemistry, cell biology, metabolism, photosynthesis, molecular biology, and genetics. This course is designed for students planning to major in biology or related discipline. Three hours lecture per week. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

NURS 475- Nursing Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents M, W 12:00 PM - 1:50 PM
475. Nursing Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents. Credit 2 hours. Prerequisite: Nursing 335, 372, 375, 382, and 383. Concurrent enrollment in Nursing 403 and 477 is encouraged, but not required. Focuses on the nursing care of infants, children, and adolescents to promote, maintain, and restore health. Synthesizes knowledge of child development and family dynamics to examine the biological and psychosocial parameters, legal and ethical dimensions, resources, cultural influences and current evidence-based practice affecting nursing care strategies for infants, children and adolescents. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

NURS 487- Advanced Concepts in Nursing Practice M, W 12:00 PM - 2:50 PM
487. Advanced Concepts in Nursing Practice. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisite: Nursing 403, 471, 473, 475, 477. Provides the student with opportunities to synthesize nursing knowledge with complex patient healthcare situations. Emphasizes principles of management of: Multidimensional patient problems, quality improvement, health care economics, evidence-based practice, professional competency, and accountability. A Laboratory fee is required for this course. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

OSHE 242- Ergonomics Th 6:30 PM - 9:20 PM
242. Ergonomics. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisites: Enrollment in or prior credit for MATH 241 and OSHE 141 [OSHE 241]. This course explores ergonomic design principles which involve the planning and adapting of equipment and tasks to promote the comfort and efficiency of workers. Major topics include: human characteristics, physiology, and anthropometry and the application of these principles to workstations, tool design, and material handling procedures.
(As needed).

OSHE 323- Product Safety and Liability M 6:30 PM - 9:20 PM
323. Product Safety and Liability. Credit 3 hours. This course examines the importance of considering the safety of a product in its ultimate use. Major topics include: aspects of product design, intended and improper use, and potential injury mechanisms. It uses classic product liability case studies to provide practical application of the principles learned. It also studies manufacturer liabilities through injury tort actions. (Fall)

OSHE 341- Field Methods of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology T 6:30 PM - 9:20 PM
341. Field Methods of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisites:
MATH 241 and OSHE 141 [OSHE 241]. This course presents an examination of the methods used by the industrial hygienist for the identification and assessment of health hazards in the workplace. Major topics include: establishment and use of methodologies to sample and evaluate exposures to air contaminants (gases, vapors, aerosols, and particulates), microorganisms and allergens, noise, heat, and cold stress, electrical and magnetic radiation, and ionizing and ultraviolet radiation. The course also includes equipment use, maintenance, and calibration. (Spring)

OSHE 424- System Safety Methodologies W 6:30 PM - 9:20 PM
424. System Safety Methodologies. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisites: MATH 241, OSHE 111, and OSHE 121. The course presents the concepts of Risk Management and Loss Control through the use of systematic approaches to hazard anticipation, identification, evaluation and control. Major topics include: an introduction to qualitative methods of evaluating the hazards and risks associated with systems, processes, equipment, and other entities. It also includes a review of techniques for mitigating or managing identified risks. (Fall)

PSYC 101- General Psychology T 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
101. General Psychology I. Introduction to Psychology. Credit 3 hours. A survey of the science of behavior of man and other animals, and psychology as a biosocial science.( Summer, Fall, Spring)

ZOO 250- Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture I W 12:00 PM - 2:45 PM
250. Human Anatomy and Physiology Lecture I. Human Anatomy and Physiology I. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisite: GBIO 151 and BIOL 152 and registration in or prior credit for ZOO 252 or permission of the Department Head. Topics covered include: anatomical terminology and the structure and function of molecules, cells, tissues, and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Three hours of lecture per week. This course cannot be used as a concentration elective for Biology majors; however, it may be used as a general elective. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

ZOOL 252- Anatomy & Physiology Lab 1 W 10:00 AM - 11:50 PM
ZOOL 252- Anatomy & Physiology Lab 1 W 3:00 PM - 4:50 PM
252. Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory I. Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab. Credit 1 hour. Prerequisites: Registration in or prior credit for Zoology 250. A series of laboratory exercises designed to illustrate the course material in Zoology 250. Two hours of laboratory per week. Persons majoring in Biology may not use this course to fulfill their major requirements; however, it may be used to fulfill an elective requirement. A Laboratory fee is required for this course. (Summer, Fall, Spring)

ZOOL 253-Anatomy & Physiology Lab 2 T 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
253. Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory II. Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab. Credit 1 hour. Prerequisites: Registration in or prior credit for Zoology 251. A series of laboratory exercises designed to illustrate the course material in Zoology 251. Two hours of laboratory per week. Persons majoring in Biology may not use this course to fulfill their major requirements; however, it may be used to fulfill an elective requirement. A Laboratory fee is required for this course. (Summer, Fall, Spring)