Teacher candidates should be in their last two semesters of real linguistics and social dialectology in French-speaking earth's environment; relationships among these elements.
completion of the requirements for a major in French. Taught areas. 2055 Map Reading (3) 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Nature
in French. Focus on the consolidation of knowledge about the 7204 Field Methods in French Linguistics (3) Methods of and interpretation of topographic maps.
French language, literature and culture with respect to the eliciting linguistic materials, processing and analyzing data
teaching of subject content to middle or high school learners. and writing linguistic descriptions; detailed study of dialects MAPPING SCIENCES
4410 Studies in Contemporary French Thought (3) May of Louisiana French. (All majors select three courses.)
be taken for a maximum of 6 hrs. of credit with consent of 7206 Louisiana French and Bilingualism (3) Some field
department, if content varies. Selected movements and work required. Sociolinguistic, psychological and linguistic Cartography
thinkers of French thought after 1960. aspects of bilingualism as they apply to Louisiana; analysis of
2039 Cartographic Drafting and Graphic Presentation
4915 Independent Work (1-3) Prereq.: FREN 3060 or language contact situations, language change and variation.
(3) 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Basic drafting instruments and
equivalent or permission of instructor. May be taken for a 7300 Old Provençal (3) Phonology and morphology of Old
techniques necessary for preparation of maps and scientific
max. of 3 hrs. of credit. Readings in French literature directed Provençal based on the study of literary texts.
by a senior faculty member. 7410 Studies in Contemporary French Theory (3) May be
4040 Advanced Cartography (3) Prereq.: GEOG 2039 or
7005 François Villon and His Age (2) François Villon and taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit with consent of
equivalent. Cartographic history; map projection; advanced
other important figures of the Middle French period, notably department, when subject matter varies. Selected movements
techniques of data presentation and cartographic
Guillaume de Machaut, Eustache Deschamps, Christine de and thinkers of French theory after 1960.
Pisan, Alain Chartier and Charles d'Orléans. 7915 Independent Study (1-3) May be taken for a max. of 3
4044 Computer Cartography (3) No programming
7006 Studies in Medieval French Literature (3) May be hrs. credit in a master's program and 9 hrs. credit in a
knowledge necessary. Introduction to selected mapping
taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit with consent of department doctoral program. Directed individual readings guided by the
if content varies. Topics focus on an author, movement or graduate faculty.
4049 Advanced Computer Cartography (3) Prereq.:
literary mode. 7917 Proseminar in French Studies (3) Intensive workshop
CSC 1250 or 1253 and GEOG 4044. Use of computer
7012 Studies in 16th Century French Literature (3) May course covering research methods, professionalization
mapping programs; theory and methods of display of point,
be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit with consent of training and issues and contemporary subjects of research.
line and area elements in thematic maps; algorithms
department if content differs. Topics focus on an author, 7960 Special Topics in French Literature (3) May be taken
involved in encoding, editing, storing, retrieving and
movement or literary mode. for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit for the master's degree and 9 hrs.
displaying data from a digital cartographic data base.
7013 Montaigne (3) The Essais and their importance. of credit for the doctorate when topics vary. Topics to be
7021 French Classicism (3) The classical mode in 17th announced. Remote Sensing
century French literature; literary and artistic doctrine, major 7962 Special Topics in French Linguistics (3) May be taken
authors and genres. for 6 hrs. of credit for the master's degree and 9 hrs. of credit 4019 Aerial Photo Interpretation of Cultural Features
7022 Studies in 17th Century French Literature (3) May for the doctorate when topics vary. Topics to be announced. (3) 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Credit will not be given for
be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit with consent of 7970 Seminar in French Literature (3) May be taken for a both this course and GEOG 4020. Analysis of land use/land
department if content varies. Topics focus on an author, max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Topics to be cover, urban, industrial and military aspects from aerial
movement or literary mode. announced. photographs.
7031 Les Philosophes (3) Aesthetic and language theory as 7980 Seminar in French Linguistics (3) May be taken for a 4020 Aerial Photo Interpretation (3) Prereq.: GEOL
developed in the Encyclopédie and in other major texts of the max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Topics to be 1001 and 1003 or GEOG 2051. Credit will not be given for
period. announced. both this course and GEOG 4019. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab.
7032 Studies in 18th Century French Literature (3) May 7990 Topics in Gender Representations in French Analysis and mapping of geologic structure, lithology and
be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit with consent of Literature (3) With consent of department, may be taken for landforms from aerial photographs.
department, if content varies. Topics focus on an author, a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary. Dynamics of 4045 Environmental Remote Sensing (3) Prereq.:
movement or literary mode. exchange, influence and collaboration between male and consent of instructor. May be taken for elective geology
7041 French Romanticism (3) Historical, epistemological female writers. credit. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Basic energy and matter
and semiotic aspects of French Romanticism. 7995 French Feminist Theories (3) Current and past modes relationships; principles of primary remote sensors;
7042 Studies in 19th Century French Literature (3) May of feminist theoretical discourse; implications for literary environment studied via remote sensing techniques.
be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit with consent of studies.
department, if content varies. Topics focus on an author, 8000 Thesis Research (1-12 per sem.) "S"/"U" grading. GIS/Techniques
movement, or literary mode. 9000 Dissertation Research (1-12 per sem.) "S"/"U"
7051 The 20th Century Novel (3) The works of such major grading. 4041 Field Methods in Geography (3) 1 hr. lecture; 4 hrs.
novelists of the modern period as Gide, Proust, Malraux, lab. Cannot be repeated for credit. Students must have
Camus, Beckett and Robbe-Grillet. Saturdays free. Fall semester emphasis on interpretation of
7052 Studies in 20th Century French Literature (3) May
GENERAL BUSINESS • GBUS the cultural landscape; spring semester emphasis on the
be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit with consent of physical landscape.
department, if content varies. Topics focus on an author, 1000 Introduction to the Study of Business (1) Enrollment 4042 Enterprise Geographic Information Systems (3)
movement or literary mode. in this course is limited to students admitted to the E. J. Ourso Prereq.: permission of instructor. Also offered as ANTH
College of Business. Introduction to the E. J. Ourso College of 4042. The use of vector-based GIS application software for
7100 Studies in Sub Saharan Francophone Literature and
Business policies and resources including academic advising, the input, management, analysis and presentation of
Culture (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. credit with
consent of department, if content varies. The major majors, career alternatives, college technology and student geospatial data. Emphasis is placed on how the GIS relates
movements and authors of francophone literature in the organizations. to database management systems as part of building an
cultural context of Sub Saharan Africa. 1001 Introduction to Business (3) May not be taken by stu- enterprise-wide GIS.
dents in the E. J. Ourso College of Business. Operation of the 4046 Webmapping (3) The creation of websites for the
7102 Studies in North African Francophone Literature
business firm; function of the businessman; nature of eco- presentation of geospatial data via the World Wide Web.
and Culture (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. credit
with consent of department, if content varies. The major nomic system and private enterprise. Emphasis is placed on how the technologies of Internet
movements and authors of francophone literature in the 4040 Entrepreneurship in China (3) Characteristics of Web servers, GIS application software and database
cultural context of North Africa. Chinese: entrepreneurs, new venture financing, innovation management systems form a symbiotic relationship to
7120 Studies in Francophone Asian Literature and and creativity, franchising, family businesses, technological make such websites possible.
Culture (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. credit with entrepreneurs, technological intrapreneurs, entrepreneurship 4047 Geographic Information Systems (3) Prereq.: CSC
consent of department, if content varies. The major education and incubators. 1250 or 1253 or equivalent. Geographic information
movements and authors of francophone literature in the systems used in land resource management and planning;
context of Francophone Asia. GEOGRAPHY • GEOG data structures and algorithms for automated retrieval and
7140 Studies in Caribbean Francophone Literature and analysis of spatial data; structuring cartographic data into
Culture (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. credit with General education courses are marked with stars (★). spatial data; integration of remotely sensed data into
consent of department, if content varies. The major geographic information systems.
movements and authors of Francophone literature in the CORE CURRICULUM 4048 Methods of Spatial Analysis (3) Prereq.: EXST 4001
cultural context of the Caribbean. (Required of majors.) or equivalent. Mathematical, statistical and spatial
7150 Studies in Literature and Culture of Francophone analytical methods for handling and interpreting data
North America (3) May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs of ★ 1001 Human Geography: Americas and Europe (3) related to geography.
credit with consent of department, when subject matter 1001 and 1003 need not be taken in numerical order.
varies. The major trends, as well as writers of Francophone Principal themes of human geography, including the spatial HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
literature and/or filmmakers within Francophone cinema in distributions and interactions of culture, history, economy, (BA candidates select two systematic and one regional
the cultural context of Francophone North America and population and environment, with a regional emphasis on the course.)
Quebec. Americas and Europe.
★ 1003 Human Geography: Africa and Asia (3) 1001 Systematic
7170 Studies in Belgian Francophone Literature and
Culture (3) May be taken for a maximum of 6 hrs. credit with and 1003 need not be taken in numerical order. Principal
themes of human geography, including the spatial 2010 Human Geography (3) Survey of patterns and
approval of the department, if content of the course varies. processes of world’s cultures and landscapes.
Topics focus on major literary authors, movements, genres distributions and interactions of culture, history, economy,
population and environment, with a regional emphasis on 2080 Humans and the Environment (3) Exploration of
and/or forms of artistic expression such as the graphic novel, geographic concepts that underlie nature-society
film or the visual arts which illustrate the specificity of Africa and Asia.
2000 Hazards, Disasters and the Environment (3) See relationships and human-dimensions of environmental
Belgian Francophone Literature and Culture. change.
7201 French Phonology and Morphology (3) Sound DSM 2000.
★ 2050 Physical Geography: The Atmosphere (3) Credit 4012 Elements of Cultural Geography (3) Culturally
structure, form and function in French; principles and oriented proseminar in American geographical thought
techniques of French phonological and morphological will not be given for both this course and GEOG 2061. May
be taken for elective geology credit. Physical principles, during the present century.
analysis. 4060 Political Geography (3) Systematic,
7202 French Syntax and Semantics (3) French processes and operations in the atmosphere; world climatic
realms. cultural-political geography; emphasis on technical and
transformational generative syntax; modern semantic theory, philosophical aspects and on American political
with emphasis on generative semantics and its relationship to ★ 2051 Physical Geography: Land and Water Surfaces,
Plant and Animal Realms (3) Credit will not be given for landscapes; territorial political entities (cadastral, civil,
the syntactic component. national, imperial); role of the lands and seas, nature and
7203 French Dialectology (3) Principles and methods of a both this course and GEOG 2061. Surface elements of the