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Locations and Classes

You can take LeTourneau University's dual credit classes at the following locations:

Christian Heritage School

2715 FM 1844
Longview, TX  75605
Contact:
Karla Flournoy
903-663-4151

 

Spring 2016 Courses

BIBL 1033-CH
Biblical Literature

This survey provides an overall perspective for understanding the Bible within its historical and cultural setting. The course will focus on the reading of significant portions of the Bible so that students may grasp the framework and themes of the Old and New Testaments as well as the relationship between the Testaments. Throughout the course students will also develop skills in interpreting and applying the Bible to contemporary situations. (3 credits)

HIST 2123-CH
American History from 1865

A continuation of the survey of American life beginning with the reconstruction period and extending to the present. Political, economic, diplomatic, and military history are covered along with the contributions of minority groups. (3 credits)

Faith West Academy

2225 Porter Rd
Katy, TX  77493
Contact:
Kim Derry
281-391-5683

 

Spring 2016 Courses

ENGL 1023-FW
English Composition II

A study of argumentation/logic and writing for the professions with an emphasis on using the personal computer to plan, draft, and revise written projects. Each student is required to write a fully documented research paper and give oral presentations in class. Prerequisite: ENGL 1013. (3 credits)

MATH 1423-ZZ (Online)
Elementary Statistics

An introductory treatment of research statistics. Included are frequency distribution, graphic representation, correlation, sampling theory, probability, and statistical hypotheses. Not applicable to graduation requirements in mathematics or engineering. Prerequisite: MATH 1123 or equivalent. (3 credits)

Gladewater High School

2201 W. Gay Avenue
Gladewater, TX  75647
Contact:
Dawn Kirkindoll
903-845-5591 x507

Spring 2016 Courses

BIOL 2032-GL
Medical Terminology

An introductory study of the specific and technical vocabulary used in medicine. Students will learn common Latin and Greek prefixes, suffixes, and roots used in health-related communication. Skills will be developed in spelling, pronouncing and defining this type of terminology. (2 credits)

 

Hallsville High School

616 Cal Young Lane
Hallsville, TX  75650
Contact:
Lynn Henderson
903-668-5990 x4011

Spring 2016 Courses

ENGL 1023 HL & HV
English Composition II

A study of argumentation/logic and writing for the professions with an emphasis on using the personal computer to plan, draft, and revise written projects. Each student is required to write a fully documented research paper and give oral presentations in class. Prerequisite: ENGL 1013. (3 credits) 

MATH 1423 HL
Elementary Statistics

An introductory treatment of research statistics. Included are frequency distribution, graphic representation, correlation, sampling theory, probability, and statistical hypotheses. Not applicable to graduation requirements in mathematics or engineering. Prerequisite: MATH 1123 or equivalent. (3 credits) 

POLS 2603 HL & HV
Texas Government

The operation of state and local government bodies will be discussed in the context of a national federal system. The emphasis will be on the state of Texas and how its constitution and laws impact state and local governing bodies and the daily life of its citizens. (3 credits)

PSYC 2013 HL & HV
Introduction to Psychology

The scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Fundamental theories, problems, and procedures relating to human activity. Biological, social, and cultural factors in development. Topics include neuroscience, development, gender, sensation and perception, learning, memory, thinking, motivation and emotion, stress, personality, psychological disorders and therapy, and social psychology. (3 credits)

 

McKinney ISD

#1 Duvall Street
McKinney, TX  75069
Contact:
Tamy Smalskas, PhD.
469-302-4134

 

Spring 2016 Courses

AERF 1111-MC
Primary Flight 1 (Private Pilot Flight I)

This course is the first half of the private pilot flight training and includes flight training up through the first solo flight and is conducted in tailwheel aircraft. Approximately 25 hours of flight time. Student MUST have a Pilot Medical Certificate/Student Pilot Certificate, obtained through an Aviation Medical Examiner, prior to registering for the course. The FAA Private Pilot written exam must be completed prior to beginning this course. Flight block tines are coordinated by the Director of Flight Operations.  Prerequisite: AERF 1113, or consent of department. Corequisite: AERF1112.(1 credit)

AERF 1112-MC
LeTourneau Flight Operations

This course expands on the private pilot knowledge base with application specific to operating LeTourneau University aircraft. Topics covered include aircraft performance, weight and balance, preflight preparation, cross-country planning and forms, radio and DR navigation, and LeTourneau Operations and Policies.   Prerequisites: AERF 1113 and current FAA Private Pilot Knowledge Exam results. Corequisites: AERF 1111 (2 credits)

AERF 1113- ZZ (Online)
Flight Science I (Private Ground School)

A study of the basics in flight, including aerodynamics, aircraft systems, weight and balance, charts, navigation, flight planning, regulations, and weather. Successful completion of the course completes requirements to take the Federal Aviation Administration Private Pilot Knowledge exam. (3 credits)

AVTC 1003-MC
FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS OF AVIATION STUDIES

This course is an overview of the aviation profession and the vehicles used for powered flight. Topics include attributes of an aviation professional, airman qualifications privileges and limitations, career opportunities, ethics, technical publications, weight and balance from the technician’s perspective, aircraft configuration, and operational capabilities. A study of the early history of powered flight is also included. (3 credits)

McKinney National Airport

1500 Industrial Blvd., Suite 225, 226
McKinney, TX  75070
Contact:
Tyler McLaughlin
903-241-5134

 

Spring 2016 Courses

AERF 1111-MC
Primary Flight 1 (Private Pilot Flight I)

This course is the first half of the private pilot flight training and includes flight training up through the first solo flight and is conducted in tailwheel aircraft. Approximately 25 hours of flight time. Student MUST have a Pilot Medical Certificate/Student Pilot Certificate, obtained through an Aviation Medical Examiner, prior to registering for the course. The FAA Private Pilot written exam must be completed prior to beginning this course. Flight block tines are coordinated by the Director of Flight Operations.  Prerequisite: AERF 1113, or consent of department. Corequisite: AERF1112.(1 credit)

AERF 1112-MC
LeTourneau Flight Operations

This course expands on the private pilot knowledge base with application specific to operating LeTourneau University aircraft. Topics covered include aircraft performance, weight and balance, preflight preparation, cross-country planning and forms, radio and DR navigation, and LeTourneau Operations and Policies.   Prerequisites: AERF 1113 and current FAA Private Pilot Knowledge Exam results. Corequisites: AERF 1111 (2 credits)

AERF 1113- MC
Flight Science I (Private Ground School)

A study of the basics in flight, including aerodynamics, aircraft systems, weight and balance, charts, navigation, flight planning, regulations, and weather. Successful completion of the course completes requirements to take the Federal Aviation Administration Private Pilot Knowledge exam. (3 credits)

Pine Tree High School

900 Northwest Drive
Longview, TX  75608
Contact:
Bill Irvine
903-295-5031 x205

 

Spring 2016 Courses 

BIOL 2032-PT
Medical Terminology

An introductory study of the specific and technical vocabulary used in medicine. Students will learn common Latin and Greek prefixes, suffixes, and roots used in health-related communication. Skills will be developed in spelling, pronouncing and defining this type of terminology. (2 credits)

KINE 2913-ZZ
Human Nutrition

An introduction to human nutrition and diet. Topics covered include diet planning; anatomy and physiology of digestion and absorption; weight control; specific utilization of carbohydrates, protein, and fats; vitamin and mineral supplements; and life stages nutrition. The course will focus on how the human body utilizes nutrient inputs from food and water for fitness and health. (3 credits)

To pursue experience in a clinical setting under the supervision of physicians or other health care personnel that have recognized expertise. The student will learn by observing, journaling their observations, and defining personal learning outcomes from their experience. (1 credit)

BIOL 4931-PT
Clinical Observation

To pursue experience in a clinical setting under the supervision of physicians or other health care personnel that have recognized expertise. The student will learn by observing, journaling their observations, and defining personal learning outcomes from their experience. (1 credit)

Southwest Christian School

7001 Benbrook Lake Dr.
Fort Worth, TX  76123
Contact:
Travis Crow
817-294-9596
tcrow@southwestchristian.org

Spring 2016 Courses

BIOL 1014-SC
Life Science

A concepts oriented course for non-science majors. A study of the major areas of biology including cell biology, energetics, genetics, natural selection, diversity, plant and animal systems, and ecology. (4 credits)

CHIN 1123-SC
Elementary Chinese 2

For students with the equivalent of one semester of previous study of Chinese. Emphasis on strengthening students’ interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in both oral and written Chinese. Chinese cultures are presented through a variety of authentic texts, including short pieces of literature, essays, and newspaper articles. Music, art, and film are also included. After Elementary Chinese I (CHIN 1113) and II (CHIN 1123), students should be able to engage in everyday conversations with native speakers, and read straightforward texts, both fiction and nonfiction, with relative ease. (3 credits)

HIST 2123-SC
American History from 1865

A continuation of the survey of American life beginning with the reconstruction period and extending to the present. Political, economic, diplomatic, and military history are covered along with the contributions of minority groups. (3 credits)


St. Mary's
Catholic School

St. Mary's Catholic School

405 Hollybrook Dr.
Longview, TX  75605
Contact:
Laurie Kubicek
903-753-1657
lkubicek@stmaryslgv.org
 

Spring 2016 Courses

ENGL 1023-ST
English Composition II

A study of argumentation/logic and writing for the professions with an emphasis on using the personal computer to plan, draft, and revise written projects. Each student is required to write a fully documented research paper and give oral presentations in class. Prerequisite: ENGL 1013. (3 credits)

HIST 2223-ST
Western Civilization From 1715

Covers world events and significant movements from 1715 to the present. Particular attention is given to the progress of civilization and the development of society in modern history. (3 credits)

COMM 1113-ST
Introduction To Speech Communication

A study of basic oral communication principles, including verbal and nonverbal language, listening, group dynamics, and public speaking. Emphasis is upon application of these principles in the sending and receiving of different types of oral discourse. (3 credits)

Union Grove High School

11220 Union Grove Rd.
Gladewater, TX  75647
Contact:
Rachel Evers
903-845-5506 x375

Spring 2016 Courses

BIOL 2032-UG
Medical Terminology

An introductory study of the specific and technical vocabulary used in medicine. Students will learn common Latin and Greek prefixes, suffixes, and roots used in health-related communication. Skills will be developed in spelling, pronouncing and defining this type of terminology. (2 credits)

ENVT 1114-UG
Introduction to Environmental Science

A concepts oriented course for non-science majors, is a survey of physical, biological, and social processes affecting the environment and exploration of current environmental issues. Topics include principles for understanding the environment; population and community dynamics; biodiversity of species and landscapes; conservation, remediation, and restoration ecology; water, air, and soil quality; and environmental issues, policies, and laws. (4 credits)

KINE 2913-ZZ
Human Nutrition

An introduction to human nutrition and diet. Topics covered include diet planning; anatomy and physiology of digestion and absorption; weight control; specific utilization of carbohydrates, protein, and fats; vitamin and mineral supplements; and life stages nutrition. The course will focus on how the human body utilizes nutrient inputs from food and water for fitness and health. (3 credits)

Waskom High School

P.O. Box 748
Waskom, TX  75692
Contact:
Ross Baker
903-687-3361 x1218

Spring 2016 Courses

MATH 1423 WK & WM
Elementary Statistics

An introductory treatment of research statistics. Included are frequency distribution, graphic representation, correlation, sampling theory, probability, and statistical hypotheses. Not applicable to graduation requirements in mathematics or engineering. (3 credits)

LeTourneau University (Main Campus)

2100 S. Mobberly Ave.
Longview, TX  75602
903-233-3000
Contact:
Sharleen Hunt
903-233-4334
 

Fall 2015 - Spring 2016 Courses

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Online

Contact:
Sharleen Hunt
903-233-4334

 

Fall 2015 / Spring 2016 Online Courses

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