LACC 2010 FALL CLASS SCHEDULE:  Cooperative Education - Engineering

 

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION (WORK EXPERIENCE)

Director:  Devon Werble  AD 205D  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2236

 http://www.lacitycollege.edu/services/co-op/index.html 

 

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 195 - WORK EXPERIENCE - GENERAL I
(CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 1
9490 LEC - 0:55 hrs TBA WERBLE, D M AD 209

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 295 - WORK EXPERIENCE - GENERAL I
(CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 2
9491 LEC - 2:05 hrs TBA WERBLE, D M AD 209
 

 CORRECTIONS
 
  Chair: Tim Sweetman    (323) 953-4000 ext. 2753 • HH12

www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/law/index.html

Also See "Administration of Justice"

CORRECTIONS 001 - INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
Students learn the nature of the correctional system which includes: the aims and
objectives of corrections, probation, institutions, services, supervision of inmates, and
career opportunities
3041 LEC 3:30 pm - 6:40 pm Th CABALLERO, J C HH 203

DANCE SPECIALTIES

Chair: John Erdhaus MG 101 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2851

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/pe/dance.html

DANCE SPECIALTIES 440 - SOCIAL DANCE
(CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
Students learn basic social dance steps and combinations, terminology, music, and
appreciation of dance as an art form.
2908 LAB 6:50 pm - 9:00 pm T WHITMORE, C A WG 206

 

DANCE SPECIALTIES 446 - TAP DANCE 446 - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
2909 LAB 4:40 pm - 6:50 pm Th WHITMORE, C A WG 206


DANCE SPECIALTIES 459 - FLAMENCO AND SPANISH DANCING
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
2007 LAB 1:35 pm - 3:40 pm T GLICKMAN, D C WG 206
2907 LAB 7:00 pm - 9:05 pm M GLICKMAN, D C WG 206


 DANCE STUDIES
 
Chair: John Erdhaus MG 101 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2851
  http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/pe/dance.html


DANCE STUDIES 185 - DIRECTED STUDY - DANCE
(CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2
8479 LAB - 2:05 hrs TBA CUMMINS, D J WG 204


DANCE STUDIES 452 - INTRODUCTION TO CHOREOGRAPHY
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
DESCRIPTION: This course introduces students to choreography with an emphasis on
basic steps and combinations, creating dances, terminology, music, and appreciation
of dance as a performing art form. Course may be taken four times.
2154 LAB 10:35 am - 12:40 pm T SINGER, L   WG 202


DANCE STUDIES 805 - HISTORY AND APPRECIATION OF DANCE
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
2911 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm W SINGER, L WG 102C

 

 DANCE TECHNIQUES
  Chair: Jan McEveety WG 101 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2868
  http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/pe/dance.html


DANCE TECHNIQUES 431 - MODERN DANCE
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
DESCRIPTION: This course introduces students to modern dance with an emphasis
on basic steps and combinations, terminology, music, and appreciation of dance as a
performing art form. Course may be taken four times.
2145 LAB 9:25 am - 10:25 am M W REISCH, M F WG 202
2146 LAB 9:25 am - 10:25 am T Th REISCH, M F WG 202
2928 LAB 6:50 pm - 8:55 pm T CUMMINS, D J WG 202
2930 LAB 4:30 pm - 6:35 pm W CUMMINS, D J WG 202


DANCE TECHNIQUES 434 - BALLET
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
DESCRIPTION: This course introduces students to ballet with an emphasis on
basic steps and combinations, terminology, music, and appreciation of dance as a
performing art form. Course may be taken four times.
2147 LAB 1:45 pm - 3:50 pm M REISCH, M F WG 202
2906 LAB 4:30 pm - 6:35 pm M REISCH, M F WG 202
8476 LAB 1:45 pm - 3:50 pm W REISCH, M F WG 202


DANCE TECHNIQUES 437 - JAZZ DANCE
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
DESCRIPTION: This course introduces students to jazz dance with an emphasis on
basic steps and combinations, terminology, music, and appreciation of dance as a
performing art form. Course may be taken four times.
2150 LAB 10:35 am - 12:40 pm M W ECKLER, P WG 202
(8 Week Class - Starts 8/30/2010, Ends 10/20/2010 )
2151 LAB 10:35 am - 12:40 pm M W ECKLER, P WG 202
(8 Week Class - Starts 10/25/2010, Ends 12/19/2010 )

2932 LAB 4:00 pm - 6:05 pm F JENSEN, K L WG 202
2933 LAB 6:50 pm - 8:55 pm Th SINGER, L WG 206

 

DANCE TECHNIQUES 440 - SOCIAL DANCE
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
2984 LAB 4:40 pm - 6:50 pm M JENSEN, K L WG 206


DANCE TECHNIQUES 466 - BALLET COMBINATIONS
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
DESCRIPTION: This course introduces students to ballet combinations with an emphasis
on basic steps and combinations, terminology, music, and appreciation of dance as a
performing art form. Course may be taken four times.
8477 LAB 1:45 pm - 3:50 pm W REISCH, M F WG 202


DANCE TECHNIQUES 468 - JAZZ DANCE COMBINATION
(CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
2006 LAB 10:35 am - 12:40 pm M W ECKLER, P WG 206
(8 Week Class - Starts 10/25/2010, Ends 12/19/2010 )


DANCE TECHNIQUES 469 - CONDITIONING FOR DANCE
(UC:CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
2005 LAB 1:45 pm - 3:55 pm F JENSEN, K L WG 202

 

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY

Chair: Dana Cohen   (323) 953-4000 ext. 2501  •  SCI 324A

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/dentech/

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 101 - ELEMENTS OF DENTAL TECHNOLOGY
- 2.00 UNITS
ADVISORY: English 73 or above. Open to all College students. DESCRIPTION:
Orientation to the field of dental laboratory technology, including ethics, jurisprudence,
history, and categories of employment.
0358 LEC 2:40 pm - 4:50 pm F GABRIE, C C SCI 126

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 102 - DENTAL ANATOMY AND
TERMINOLOGY - 3.00 UNITS
ADVISORY: English 73 or above. Open to all College students. DESCRIPTION: Study
of the oral cavity, including anatomy, histology, osteology, myology, form and function.
0359 LEC 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm M F COHEN, A S SCI 126

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 103 - COMPLETE DENTURE PROSTHETICS I -
5.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 100. ADVISORY: English 73 or above. DESCRIPTION:
Beginning techniques and skills of complete denture construction and laboratory
procedures.
0360 LEC 1:35 pm - 3:00 pm T Th GABRIE, C C SCI 307
AND LAB 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm T Th GABRIE, C C SCI 307

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 105 - COMPLETE DENTURE PROSTHETICS III
- 2.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 103. Advisory: English 73 or above. DESCRIPTION:
Construction of maxillary and mandibular dentures in balanced occlusion.
0327 LEC 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm M GABRIE, C C SCI 307
AND LEC 2:00 pm - 5:20 pm M GABRIE, C C SCI 307

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 108 - GNATHOLOGICAL CONCEPTS -
3.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 109 A study of advanced occlusion concepts.
Organic waxing of the occlusal surfaces will be accomplished on fully adjustable
articulators, includes maxillary and mandibular posterior and anterior dentition.
0338 LEC 1:00 pm - 3:05 pm F COHEN, D B SCI 313
AND LAB 3:10 pm - 5:15 pm F COHEN, D B SCI 313

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 109 - FIXED PROSTHETICS I -
4.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 100. ADVISORY: English 73 or above. DESCRIPTION:
Introduction to the technique of making precision dental castings from wax patterns.
0364 LEC 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm M W COHEN, D B SCI 313
AND LAB 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm M W COHEN, D B SCI 313

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 111 - FIXED PROSTHETICS II -
5.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 109 Waxing single and multiple units by using
PTC techniques and methodology based on student learning outcomes. Learning and
understanding concepts such as: tooth contour alignment, functional and morphological
occlusion. Applied techniques in sprung, investing and casting including soldering are
part of the course outline.
0332 LEC 1:35 pm - 3:05 pm T Th COHEN, A S SCI 313
AND LAB 3:05 pm - 5:55 pm T Th COHEN, A S SCI 313

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 112 - REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE
PROSTHETICS I - 3.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 103. DESCRIPTION: An introduction to the study of
removable partial denture construction, use of the dental surveyor, design of the partial,
waxing and casting techniques.
0333 LEC 1:00 pm - 2:50 pm W GABRIE, C C SCI 307
AND LAB 2:50 pm - 4:40 pm W GABRIE, C C SCI 307

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 203 - METAL CERAMIC RESTORATIONS -
2.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 206. DESCRIPTION: A course in metal ceramic
restorations, including properties, design, manipulation, firing, staining, glazing,
polishing and esthetics. Single, soldered and multiple unit bridgework are covered.
1325 LEC 8:00 am - 8:50 am W COHEN, A S SCI 313
AND LAB 8:55 am - 12:05 pm W COHEN, A S SCI 313

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 205 - ADVANCED REMOVABLE PARTIAL
DENTURES - 10.00 UNITS Rpt 1
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 105 and 112. DESCRIPTION: This course is the first
course for Removable Prosthetic Specialist in the Dental Technology Program. This course
incorporates advanced removable partial denture design, and manufacturing techniques.
8388 LEC 7:45 am - 9:55 am T Th COHEN, D B SCI 307
AND LAB 9:55 am - 12:05 pm T Th COHEN, D B SCI 307
AND LAB 8:45 am - 11:55 am M F COHEN, A S SCI 313
AND LAB 7:45 am - 8:45 am M F COHEN, A S SCI 313

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 206 - ADVANCED REMOVABLE PARTIAL
DENTURES - 10.00 UNITS Rpt 1
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 105 and 112. DESCRIPTION: This course is the first
course for Removable Prosthetic Specialist in the Dental Technology Program. This
course incorporates advanced removable partial denture design, and manufacturing
techniques.
0344 LEC 7:45 am - 9:55 am T Th COHEN, D B SCI 307
AND LAB 9:55 am - 12:05 pm T Th COHEN, D B SCI 307
AND LAB 8:45 am - 11:55 am M F COHEN, A S SCI 313
AND LAB 7:45 am - 8:45 am M F COHEN, A S SCI 313

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 301 - MACRO AND MICRO ESTHETICS -
3.50 UNITS Rpt 1
DESCRIPTION: This course will cover the inter-tooth components of the esthetic smile
and the intra-tooth component of an individual tooth.
8601 LEC 7:00 am - 9:40 am M STAFF UCLA UCLA
AND LAB 9:40 am - 2:30 pm M STAFF UCLA UCLA

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 303 - SKELETON BUILD-UP FOR PORCELAIN
FUSED TO METAL - 4.00 UNITS Rpt 1
DESCRIPTION: This course will focus on the design and fabrication of Composite Metal
single and multiple unit restorative substructures and the skeleton build-up porcelain
technique to complete the dental esthetic restorations.
8603 LEC 8:00 am - 9:30 am T STAFF UCLA UCLA
AND LAB 9:30 am - 5:00 pm T STAFF UCLA UCLA
AND LAB 8:00 am - 11:30 am W STAFF UCLA UCLA

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 304 - SKELETON BUILD-UP FOR ALL
CERAMIC RESTORATIONS - 4.00 UNITS Rpt 1
DESCRIPTION: This course will focus on the design and fabrication of All-ceramic
single and multiple unit restorative substructures and the skeleton build-up porcelain
technique to complete the dental esthetic restorations
8604 LEC 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm W STAFF UCLA UCLA
AND LAB 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm W STAFF UCLA UCLA
AND LAB 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Th STAFF UCLA UCLA

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 402 - ADVANCED PROSTHODONTICS 1 -
14.00 UNITS Rpt 2
PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 401. DESCRIPTION: This course includes lecture
and laboratory in planning and fabrication of advanced implant, fixed and movable
prosthodontics and dental ceramics.
8606 LEC 8:00 am - 9:20 am MTWThF STAFF UCLA UCLA
AND LAB 9:20 am - 5:30 pm MTWThF STAFF UCLA UCLA
 

EARTH SCIENCE

Chair: John Freitas      (323) 953-4000 ext. 2600 • SCI 324B

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/chemistry/index.html

EARTH SCIENCE 001 - EARTH SCIENCE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
ADVISORIES: English 28 and 67 or its equivalent. The student receives a general
introduction to the study of the earth’s rocks, landforms, atmosphere, and oceans.
3181 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm T HURST, T A SCI 200
 

 ECONOMICS


Chair: Wendel Eckford, FH219E (323) 953-4000 ext. 2561

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/socsci/index.html

ECONOMICS 395 - WORK EXPERIENCE - GENERAL I
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3

9492 LEC - 3:10 hrs TBA WERBLE, D M AD 209

ECONOMICS 001 - PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: A course in microeconomics
introducing the principles and methods of economic analysis, economic institutions,
and issues of economic policy.
0376 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am T Th HOLZNER, J E FH 223
0377 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm M W HOLZNER, J E FH 223
0378 LEC 1:45 pm - 3:10 pm M W HOLZNER, J E FH 223
Special tutorial assistance available to students in section 0378.

0383 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm T Th HOLZNER, J E FH 223
3182 - 3:10 hrs TBA HOLZNER, J E ON LINE
3184 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm T STAFF FH 223

ECONOMICS 002 - PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: A course in macroeconomics
emphasizing aggregative economic analysis, including money and banking,
national income determination, business fluctuations, and other topics relevant to
macroeconomic analysis.
0380 - 2:50 hrs TBA HOLZNER, J E ON LINE

ELECTRONICS

Division Chair: Roger Wolf, FH101O (323) 953-4000 ext. 2810

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/ctel/index.html

ELECTRONICS 002 - INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: None. Open to all students except Electronics and Computer Technology
majors. DESCRIPTION: DA survey of Electronics and its impact on society. Introduction
to the technological implications of electronics through hands-on exposure to basic
electronic principles.
0392 LEC 1:45 pm - 3:50 pm  T Th YAZDANIAN, M   FH B07


ELECTRONICS 004 - FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS I
(CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
COREQUISITE: Electronics 10. Students learn the concepts of direct current circuits,
including basics of electricity, series and parallel circuits, meters, batteries, resistors,
and magnetism. The laboratory emphasizes skills in the analysis of circuits and the use
of test equipment.
0393 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am T Th HOLMES, G W FH B07
AND LAB 10:35 am - 12:00 pm T Th HOLMES, G W FH B07


ELECTRONICS 008 - ELECTRON DEVICES (CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Electronics 4. The student learns the nature and operation of solid state
devices including diodes, transistors, and field effect devices. Includes simple circuit
applications.
0395 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am M W RAHNAVARD, M H FH B07
AND LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm M W RAHNAVARD, M H FH B07


ELECTRONICS 010 - MATHEMATICS OF ELECTRONICS I
(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
The student learns mathematical methods and techniques for the solution of basic DC
circuit problems including the study of algebraic operations, simple linear equations,
algebraic fractions, ratio and percent, graphing, and use of the electronic calculator.
0394 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:35 pm T Th SPROTT, L B FH B04


ELECTRONICS 101 - SCIENCE ELECTRONICS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
DESCRIPTION: Open to all students. A survey of electronics technology in the context
of the principles of science. The application of the methods of Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) to topics ranging from basic circuits to complex
integrated devices, and the products that use them. Includes topics in electronic music,
computers, robotics, digital communication, and a variety of existing technologies.
Social, political, and economic impacts of electronic technology are explored.
Electronics 002 is strongly recommended as an accompanying laboratory course. This
course satisfies the general education requirement for a science elective.
3052 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm T PEREZ, C E FH B06
 

ENGINEERING

Chair: Jayesh Bhakta  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2923 • SCI 222D

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/physics/index.html  

ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL 220 - ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS I
(UC:CSU) - 4.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Physics 102. CO-REQUISITE: Mathematics 275. Students learn the
theory of circuit analysis and practice its application to areas of importance in electrical
engineering such as DC, AC, operational amplifiers, multi-phase power, and frequency
response. Students also perform laboratory exercises to learn how to realize circuit
designs using electronic components and to use instruments such as multimeters,
oscilloscopes, and signal generators.
3666 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm T BHAKTA, J FH 308
AND LAB 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm Th BHAKTA, J FH 308

ENGINEERING, GENERAL 101 - INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE,
ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS
Students learn about the engineering method and strategies for academic and career
success in engineering. Students are introduced to mechanical, civil, electrical, and
computer systems engineering through project work. The vast range disciplines and
opportunities in engineering are presented. Students are guided through challenging
design exercises to develop skills in planning, communication, team working, and
creativity. Only basic mathematics skills are required
3179 LEC 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Th  DATIS, A P SCI 126

ENGINEERING, GENERAL 212 - CADD FOR ENGINEERS II
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3
Students develop 3-D representations of engineering components and assemblies
using Solidwords feature based parametric solid modeling software. Instruction is
given in the types of solid object manipulations that are common to all parametric
solid modeling software used in industry to construct components that can be further
combined to make assemblies. The preparation of engineering drawings from the 3-D
representation using automation tools is also covered.
0405 LEC 10:35 am - 12:45 pm S DANIEL BERHE, S K SCI 208
AND LAB 12:45 pm - 2:55 pm S DANIEL BERHE, S K SCI 208

ENGINEERING, GENERAL 241 - STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
Prerequisite: General Engineering 131. The student learns the application of mechanics
to determining the effect of forces and torques on materials. The student will be able to
apply this knowledge to the design of load bearing components. The course will cover
the following topics: stress, strain, axial loading, torsion, flexural stresses, transverse
shear stress, horizontal shear stresses, stress transformations, Mohr’s circle, pressure
vessels, shear and bending moment diagrams, stresses in a beam, methods of
superposition, and elastic strain energy.
3667 LEC 6:50 pm - 9:00 pm M CUEVAS, G N FH 308
AND LAB 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm W CUEVAS, G N FH 308

 
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