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 2016 Term 1:  January 19 to March 9, 2016

     *For a list of course descriptions, click here.

Course Number Course Description Instructor Cr Hrs
ACCT 205 Introduction to Financial Accounting Chiasson, Michael 3
AHSC 220 Pathophysiology Plaisance, Jennifer 3
BIOL 105 Basic Biology I-Principles of Biology Fontenot, Quenton 3
BIOL 114 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Landry, Christie 3
BIOL 116 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Landry, Christie 3
BSAD 101 Introduction to American Business Evans, Terry 3
CHEM 109 General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry for Nursing Wayment, Xuehui 3
CMPS 107 Computer Literacy Concepts and Word Processing. Giguette, Ray 1
CULA 101 Culinary History and Development Thibodeaux, Bill 3
ECON 211 Principles of Microeconomics Noman, Abdullah 3
ECON 435 Principles of International Trade Davis, Earl 3
EDCI 528 Communication and Literacy in Early Intervention Breaud, Mary 3
ENGL 101 English Composition I Manley, Jesse 3
ENGL 216 Appreciation of Literacy Genres Allen, Gabi 3
ENGL 310 Business Communications Sirois, Connie 3
ENGL 321 Survey of American Literature I Cooper, Michael 3
ENGL 366 Advanced Writing Parker, David 3
ENGL 485 Modernist Literature Kennedy, Todd 3
FACS 131 Helping Individuals and Families Reynolds, Kimberly 3
FACS 493 Internship I Reynolds, Kimberly 6
FACS 470 Applied Perspectives on Aging St. Pierre, Betsy 3
FACS 471 Families and Addiction St Pierre, Betsy 3
FACS 477 Community Health and Wellness St Pierre, Betsy 3
FINC 356 Investments Noman, A 3
FREN 101 Elementary French I White, Robin 3
GEOG 325 Environmental Geography Watts, Paul 3
GEOL 101 Physical Geology Moloney, Marguerite 3
GOVT 101 American National Government Thysell, Joseph 3
GOVT 252 State and Local Government Whitney, David 3
HIST 151 World History Stiegler, Kurt 3
HIST 256 American History Wilson, Paul 3
HIST 303 American Military History Michot, Steve 3
HIST 371 History of Louisiana Dugas, Kathy 3
HUMA 450 Religion and Culture Alexander, Robert 3
IDST 410 Senior Seminar Richard, Cathleen 3
IDST 420 Topic: Inspiration Richard, Cathleen 3
IDST 420 Topic: Leadership in Context Allemand, Kristina 3
MACO 101 Survey of Mass Communication Arnold, Lance 3
MACO 499 Global Media Simoncelli, Andrew 3
MATH 101 College Algebra Dupree, Sherill 3
MATH 106 Calculus with Business and Economic Applications Plaisance, DesLey 3
MATH 117 Contemporary Mathematics and Quantitative Analysis Chiasson, Andrea 3
MKTG 300 Marketing Viosca, Chuck 3
MKTG 486 Current Issues in Marketing Valenti, Laura 3
MNGT 301 Management of Organizations and Behavioral Processes Boudreaux, Melanie 3
MUS 101 Basic Piano Anderson, Shane 3
MUS 319 Jazz History Hollenbeck, Joshua 3
NURS 360 Human Sexuality Dozar, Kimberly 3
NURS 427 Nursing Leadership/Management Davis, Angele 3
OIS 200 Computers in the Office Rodrigue, Sherry 2
ORGL 337 Strategic Planning Within Organizational Cultures Thibodeaux, William 3
PHIL 400 Topic: Ethics Whitney, David 3
PSET 171 Well Drilling Ward, Aaron 3
PSET 231 Gas Production Edrisi, Alireza 3
PSET 241 Oil Production Durham, Tamarris 3
PSET 290 Special Problems Saidu, Milton 3
PSYC 101 General Psychology Rachel, Chris 3
PSYC 407 Special Topics -Ethics Reynolds, Kimberly 3
SATC 101 Governmental Regulatory Agencies Clausen, Brian 3
SATC 112 Loss Control Ledet, Jeffrey 3
SATC 240 Marine Accident Prevention Saidu, Milton 3
SOCI 151 Introductory Sociology Granger, Tina 3
SOCI 201 Social Problems Butler, James 3
SOCI 300 Social Service Institutions Granger, Tina 3
SOCI 306 Case Management Fontenot, Rebecca 3
SOCI 372 Independent Study Granger, Tina 3
SOCI 204 Cultural Diversity in American Society Moorhead, Deborah 3
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I Roques, Beatriz 3
SPCH 104 Speaking Through Technology Jeffress, Michael 3
UNIV 101 University Prep. Bouzigard, Cambria 1

 2016 Term 2:  March 14 to May 12, 2016

*For a list of course descriptions, click here.

Course Number Course Description Instructor Cr Hrs
ACCT 206 Introduction to Managerial Accounting Breaux, Kevin 3
ACCT 321 Intermediate Financial Account I Chiasson, Michael 3
AHSC 221 Pharmacology Guidry, Bridget 3
BIOL 106 Basic Biology II-The Diversity of Life Ferrara, Allyse 3
BIOL 114 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Landry, Christie 3
BIOL 116 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Landry, Christie 3
BSAD 221 Legal Environment of Business Gouaux, Gene 3
CIS 231 Management Information Systems Kleen, Betty 3
CIS 420 Integrative Project Management Mao, En 3
CMPS 109 Computer Literacy Presentation Software Giguette, Ray 1
CULA 401 Culinary History of the South Bienvenu, Marcelle 3
DIET 200 Applied Nutrition Foret, Sherry 3
EDFR 501 Education Research Stall, Gregg 3
ENGL 102 English Composition II Parker, David 3
ENGL 215 Literature and Food Allen, Gabi 3
ENGL 217 Baseball and Literature Landry, Kelly 3
ENGL 322 Survey of American Literature II Theriot, Michele 3
ENGL 368 Technical and Professional Writing Cheramie, Tammy 3
ENGL 468 Technical Writing Banville, Scott 3
ENGL 486 Post-Modernist Literature Banville Scott 3
FACS 332 Curriculum Elements for Intergenerational Centers St Pierre, Betsy 3
FACS 448 Applied Family Resource Management Reynolds, Kimberly 3
FACS 460 Parenting Reynolds, Kimberly 3
FACS 461 Families in Crisis Cortez, Jessica 3
FACS 464 Professional Practice in Family Services Reynolds, Kimberly 3
FACS 494 Internship II Reynolds, Kimberly 6
FINC 302 Financial Management Lawrence, S 3
FREN 102 Elementary French II White, Robin 3
GEOG 103 Physical Geography Watts, Paul 3
GEOL 102 Historical Geology Moloney, Marguerite 3
GOVT 101 American National Government Thysell, Joseph 3
HIST 150 World History Anselmi, Jennifer 3
HIST 319 History of Women in America Dugas, Kathy 3
HIST 491 Seminar in History Wilson, Paul 3
IDST 410 Senior Seminar Richard, Cathleen 3
LDST 251 Leadership Studies: Theory and Practice Allemand, Kristina 3
MACO 101 Survey of Mass Communication Simoncelli, Andrew 3
MATH 100 College Algebra Dupree, Sherill 3
MATH 101 College Algebra Dupree, Sherill 3
MATH 106 Calculus with Business and Economic Applications Plaisance, DesLey 3
MATH 117 Contemporary Mathematics and Quantitative Analysis Chiasson, Andrea 3
MATH 214 Introductory Statistics Hubbell, Courtney 3
MNGT 368 Operations Management Li, XUN 3
MNGT 420 Multinational Management Cashen, Luke 3
MUS 105 General Music Appreciation Soares, Luciana 3
MUS 320 History of Rock and Roll Bartnik, Michael 3
NURS 315 Gerontology Hamner, Jeanne 3
ORGL 337 Strategic Planning Within Organizational Cultures Thibodeaux, William 3
PHIL 203 Introduction to Philosophy Alexander, Robert 3
PSET 121 Petroleum Computational Methods Saidu, Milton 3
PSET 295 Petroleum Seminar Capstone Saidu, Milton 3
PSYC 101 General Psychology Rachel, Chris 3
PSYC 204 Psychology of Personality St. Pierre, Betsy 3
PSYC 212 Life Span Developmental Psychology Cortez, Jessica 3
QBA 282 Business Statistics I Rodrigue, Sherry 3
SATC 220 Safety, Health & Environmental Training Gautreaux, Michael 3
SATC 230 Drug Abuse in Industry Gautreaux, Michael 3
SATC 290 Special Problems Durham, Tamarris 3
SATC 295 Safety Seminar Capstone Gautreaux, Michael 3
SOCI 151 Introductory Sociology Butler, James 3
SOCI 201 Social Problems Granger, Tina 3
SOCI 205 Social Research I Granger, Tina 3
SOCI 302 Aging Granger, Tina 3
SOCI 372 Sociology and Food Moorhead, Deborah 3
SOCI 372 Capstone Granger, Tina 3
SOCI 385 Criminology Simpson, Martin 3
SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II Roques, Beatriz 3
SPCH 104 Speaking Through Technology Jeffress, Michael 3
UNIV 101 University Prep. Fontenot, Rebecca 1

*For a list of course descriptions, click here.

 

2016Nicholls Online Calendar

Term 1

Jan 8:  Admissions Acceptance Deadline

Jan 12:  Early Registration Deadline

Jan. 13:  Fees Due for Early Registration

Jan. 15: Regular Registration Deadline

Jan. 15: Final Fee Deadline

Jan. 19 through Jan. 22: Late Registration (additional $100 fee)

Jan. 19: Classes Start

February 25: Final Date to Drop

March 10:  Final grades are due

Term 2:

March 4:  Admissions Acceptance Deadline

March 8:  Early Registration Deadline

March 9:  Fees Due for Early Registration

March 11: Regular Registration Deadline

March 11: Final Fee Deadline

March 14 through March 17: Late Registration (additional $100 fee)

March 14: Classes Start

April 26: Final Date to Drop

May 12:  Final grades are due

 

Term 5- 2015

October 2 – Admissions Acceptance Deadline

October 7 – Fees Due

October 9 – Registration Deadline

October 12- Classes Begin

November 13 – Last day to drop or resign with a W

December 10 – Grades due

 

 

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