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8-DAY CLASSES
8-Day Classes will meet eight days in a row from Sat. 3/22/08 through Sat. 3/29/08. Classes will meet on Easter Sunday 3/23/08.
 

CHICANO STUDIES 007                              3.00 Units

THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN

IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I   (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: A survey of U.S. history from the colonial era through the Civil War emphasizing contributions of the Mexican-American and the U.S. Constitution. (Same credit as History 11 and African-American Studies 4).

  4500    lec    9:00AM -  3:30PM  MTWThFSS   C.R. GUERRERO     FH 113

  (8 DAY CLASS - Starts 3/22/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

 

HISTORY 011                                                            3.00 Units

POLITICAL AND SOCIAL

HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I              (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Meets the State requirements and degree requirements in U.S. History, U.S. Constitution, and California State and Local Government. A survey of the political, social and constitutional history of the United States from the colonial settlements through the Civil War.

  0657    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM S              P.D. SHERIDAN             JH 102

  4501    lec    9:00AM -  3:30PM  S,Sun,M,T,W,Th,F,S AARON          FH 109

  (8 DAY CLASS - Starts 3/22/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 001                            3.00 Units

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent.

  4502    lec    9:00AM -  3:30PM  S,Sun,M,T,W,Th,F,S   A. COLE       JH 106

  (8 DAY CLASS  - Starts 3/22/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

 

SOCIOLOGY 001                                         3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY                    (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: Eligible for  English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: An introductory course acquaints students with the major principles of sociology as they are applied to contemporary social problems.

  4503    lec    9:00AM -  3:30PM  S,Sun,M,T,W,Th,F,S CLARK          FH 203

  (8 DAY CLASS  - Starts 3/22/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

 
 

SHORT-TERM CLASSES
 

ART 103                                                                      3.00 Units

ART APPRECIATION I                                   (UC:CSU) 

ADIVISORY: English 28 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: An introductory lecture course. A broad exploration of art forms and media in traditional and contemporary art styles. Museum and gallery visits are part of the course requirements.

  0168    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  S              P.A. BLACKWELL             HH 6

  3800    lec    6:00PM -  9:15PM  F              R.G. RIPPLE                 FH 203

  &         lec    12:00PM -  3:15PM S              R.G. RIPPLE                 FH 203

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/7/2008, Ends 5/31/2008)

 

BUSINESS 017                                                          3.00 Units

COMPUTER GRAPHICS FOR BUSINESS               (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Business 1.   DESCRIPTION: A comprehensive course in business graphics covering types of business graphics, their uses and techniques for generating graphics emphasizing computer usage, techniques and current computer graphics software.

  1865    lec    11:50 hrs/wk          TBA          R.B. HASTEY                AD 316

  &         lab    11:50 hrs/wk          TBA          R.B. HASTEY                AD 316

  &         lec    11:50 hrs/wk          TBA          R.B. HASTEY                AD 316

  &         lab    11:50 hrs/wk          TBA          R.B. HASTEY                AD 316

  (1 Week Class - Starts 3/24/2008, Ends 4/1/2008)

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 065                                  2.00 Units

ADULT SUPERVISION/

EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTORING                        (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 22 or 38 with a satisfactory grade or better or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: This course satisfies the Child Development Permit, Master Teacher level adult supervision requirement and is designed for students who currently, or will supervise adults in an early childhood program.  Students compare methods and principles of supervision and mentoring as well as how to develop positive team relationships and utilize conflict resolution techniques.  Additional emphasis is placed on advocacy and professional development as well as special issues effecting ECE supervision.

  3120    lec    6:50PM - 10:10PM W             Staff                             AD 202

  (11 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2008, Ends 4/23/2008)

 

caot  084                                                                  3.00 Units

MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS:

WORD PROCESSING                               (CSU)(RPT  2)

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ESL Level 6 CAOT and the ability to type 30 wpm accurately by touch.  DESCRIPTION: Use basic and advanced functions of Word or WordPerfect including desktop publishing features to produce business documents.

  1053    lec    TBA                                     C.S. MORIMOTO         ONLINE

  &         lab    TBA                                     C.S. MORIMOTO         ONLINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/5/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

You must attend the mandatory orientation meeting to begin this class. Failure to attend will result in being dropped from the course. NO Exceptions.

Sat - Feb 9, 2008  |  1:30 - 3:30 pm  |  DH205

Email: morimocs@lacitycollege.edu to confirm that you will attend the orientation.  Phone: (323) 953-4000 ext. 2902  Internet:  http://caot.lacitycollege.edu/001morimoto

 

CSIT  104                                                                    3.00 Units

MATHEMATICS FOR PROGRAMMERS                  (CSU)

ADVISORY: CSIT 103.

  3162    lec    6:50PM - 10:00PM MW           S.J. GONSOSKI            AD 319

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

 

CSIT  107                                                                    3.00 Units

PROGRAMMING LOGIC                                  (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 103.   ADVISORY: Mathematics 125.

  3150    lec    6:50PM - 10:00PM MW      M. SAMPLEWALA              AD 302

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/8/2008, Ends 6/2/2008)

 

CSIT  134                                                                    3.00 Units

OPERATING SYSTEMS                                        (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103.

  0332    lec    7:20AM -  9:25AM  MW     M. TAVAKOLI                     AD 302

  &         lab       4:15 hrs/wk        TBA    M. TAVAKOLI                   ON LINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

 

CSIT  139                                                                    3.00 Units

PROGRAMMING IN C                                     (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 104, CSIT 107.

  3148    lec    7:00PM -  9:10PM  TTh          S. DAKDUK                   AD 305

  &         lab    4:15 hrs/wk           TBA          S. DAKDUK                   AD 305

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/5/2008, Ends 3/27/2008)

 

CSIT  140                                                                    3.00 Units

PROGRAMMING IN C++                                  (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 139.

  3149    lec    7:00PM -  9:10PM  TTh          S. DAKDUK                   AD 305

  &         lab    4:15 hrs/wk           TBA          S. DAKDUK                ON LINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/8/2008, Ends 5/29/2008)

 

CSIT  141                                                                    3.00 Units

PROGRAMMING IN JAVA                               (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103.  ADVISORY: CSIT 107 and CSIT 104.

  0315    lec    9:35AM - 11:45AM TTh          SAMPLEWALA              AD 319

  &         lab    4:15 hrs/wk           TBA          SAMPLEWALA            ON LINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/5/2008, Ends 3/27/2008)

 

CSIT  142                                                                    3.00 Units

ADVANCED JAVA 

  0343    lec    9:35AM - 11:45AM TTh          SAMPLEWALA              AD 305

  &         lab    6:30 hrs/wk           TBA          SAMPLEWALA            ON LINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/8/2008, Ends 5/29/2008)

 

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 300                                0.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO ESTHETIC DENTISTRY   (RPT  1)

PREREQUISITE: Dental Technology 109  Advisory: Dental Technology 108.  DESCRIPTION: An introduction to using the right side of the brain to analyze and execute the waxing of both anterior and posterior teeth. Successful completion of all aspects of this course allows entry into the LACC/UCLA Esthetic Dental Design Program. 

  8600    lec    8:00AM -  5:00PM  9:00 hrs/wk                          D.B. COHEN   UCLA

  &         lab    8:00AM -  5:00PM  9:00 hrs/wk                          D.B. COHEN   UCLA

  (1 Week Class - Starts 3/26/2008, Ends 3/27/2008)

 

ENGLISH 021                       3.00 Units

ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE: English 20, ESL 6A or appropriate placement score.  CO-REQUISITE: Students in English 21 must also enroll in English 67, Writing Laboratory. ADVISORY: English 68, Reading Laboratory.  DESCRIPTION:  Introduction to English fundamentals, focusing on grammar, reading, and writing skills, with additional individual tutoring and writing practice in the Writing Center of the English/ESL Department.

  4704    lec    6:00PM - 9:10PM    TTh          S.P. MARTINEZ              WC 1

  0449    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  TTh          S.P. MARTINEZ            JH 305

  (8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2008, Ends 04/05/2008)

 

ENGLISH 028                       3.00 Units

INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION  

PREREQUISITE:  English 21,  ESL 6A or appropriate placement score.  ADVISORIES: English 67, Writing Laboratory and English 68, Reading Laboratory. DESCRIPTION: Provides instruction in techniques of college level writing. It emphasizes grammar, essay writing, and reading assignments which reinforce writing skills.

  LACC  WILSHIRE CENTER: 355O Wilshire near Normandie - 5th Floor

  4705    lec    6:00PM -  9:10PM  MW           G. MARDIRUSSIAN          WC 1

  (8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2008, Ends 04/05/2008)

 

  0422    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM TTh          Staff                             FH 211

  0486    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  MW           G. MARDIRUSSIAN        JH 101

  Special tutorial assistance available in section 0433.

  3215    lec    6:30PM -  9:40PM  WF           A.Y. SINGLETON           JH 307

  (8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2008, Ends 04/05/2008)

 

  0498    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  TTh          S.P. MARTINEZ            JH 305

  Special tutorial assistance available in section 0498.

  0429    lec    6:00PM - 9:10PM    TTh          Staff                             FH 308                   (8 Week Class - Starts 04/07/2008, Ends 06/04/2008)

 

ENGLISH 067                       0.50 Units

WRITING LABORATORY (NDA)  (RPT  3)

DESCRIPTION: Individual help in improving college writing: organization, clarity, and mechanics. Enroll through 12th week of semester by Add Card.

  LACC WILSHIRE CENTER: 355O Wilshire near Normandie - 5th Floor.

  4706    lab    1:05 hrs/wk           TBA          P. ROSE                         WC 2

  (8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2007, Ends 04/04/2007)

 

ENGLISH 101                                                             3.00 Units

COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I      (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 28/31 or appropriate placement score.   ADVISORY: English 67 or 68.   DESCRIPTION: English 101 is a transferable course that develops proficiency in college-level reading and writing through practice of critical thinking and well-developed expository writing.

 

LACC WILSHIRE CENTER: 355O Wilshire near Normandie - 5th Floor.

  4789    lec   6:30PM - 10:00PM  M            Staff                               WC 3

  &        lec   6:30PM - 10:00PM  W            Staff                               WC 3

  (8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2008, Ends 04/05/2008)

  4788    lec   6:00PM -  9:10PM   MW         A.Y. SINGLETON            WC 3

  (8 Week Class - Starts 04/07/2008, Ends 06/04/2008)

 

  1501    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  TTh          K.T. MENTON               JH 109

  3803    lec    6:50PM - 10:00PM TTh          J.J. LYNCH                   JH 109

  (8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2008, Ends 04/05/2008)

 

  0451    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM TTh          Staff                             FH 211

  3229    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  MW           J.M. NISHIMURA           JH 101

  3239    lec    6:30PM -  9:40PM  WF           T. STEVENSON            JH 307

  (9  Week Class - Starts 04/07/2008, Ends 06/04/2008)

 

ENGLISH 102                       3.00 Units

COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II     (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 101 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: Continuing development of reading and writing skills through study of selected short fiction, novels, plays, and poetry.

  3220    lec    6:50PM - 10:00PM TTh          Staff                              JH 109

  (9  Week Class - Starts 04/07/2008, Ends 06/04/2008)

 

  0448    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  TTh          K.T. MENTON               JH 109

  Special tutorial assistance available in section 0448.

  3258    lec    6:50PM - 10:00PM TTh          J.J. LYNCH                  HH 203

  (9  Week Class - Starts 04/07/2008, Ends 06/04/2008)

 

  LACC WILSHIRE CENTER: 355O Wilshire near Normandie - 5th Floor

  4701    lec    6:00PM -  9:10PM  MW           Staff                                WC 1

  (9  Week Class - Starts 04/07/2008, Ends 06/04/2008)

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 005A    6.00 Units

WRITING AND GRAMMAR  

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 4A or appropriate placement score.Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 5B and Speech 72 (see the Speech section for more information).

  LACC WILSHIRE CENTER: 355O Wilshire near Normandie - 5th Floor

  4708    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM MTWTh     J.M. RYAN                     WC 3

  (8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2008, Ends 04/05/2008)

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 006A    6.00 Units

WRITING AND GRAMMAR  

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 5A or appropriate placement score.Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 6B and Speech 73 (see the Speech section for more information).  

LACC WILSHIRE CENTER: 355O Wilshire near Normandie - 5th Floor

  4737    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM MTWTh     J.M. RYAN                     WC 3

(8 Week Class - Starts 04/07/08, Ends 06/04/08)

 

FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 029         1.00 Units

DIETETIC SEMINAR  

PREREQUISITE: Family and Consumer Studies 28.  CO-REQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in Family and Consumer Studies 129 required.  DESCRIPTION: The role of the dietetic technician in the dietetics profession and health care delivery systems is explored.  Methods for quality improvement and marketing are emphasized.  NOTE: This course offered only Spring Semesters, day session.

  0570    lec    12:00PM -  2:50PM W             J.J. YOUNG                 AD 202

  (6 Week Class - Starts 2/6/2008, Ends 3/12/2008)

 

GEOGRAPHY 001                                                     3.00 Units

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY                                (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28 or its equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: This course is an introductory examination of the basic physical scientific principles of geography as they relate to Earth/Sun relationships; weather; climate; land forms; soils; oil; and natural vegetation.

  4907    lec    6:50PM - 10:00PM MW           A.J. LONGO                 FH 304

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/02/2008, Ends 5/21/2008)

 

HEALTH 003                                                              1.00 Units

CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION  

DESCRIPTION: Prepares for American Red Cross National Cardiopulmonary (CPR) certifications: (a) Adult, (b) Infant and Child, and First Aid basics.  Topics include: rescue breathing, choking; cardiac arrest and distress; recognition and prevention of cardiovascular disease; and the community emergency medical services system.

 

  0642    lec    1:20PM -  3:25PM  Th            C. TINBERG                WG 204

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

 

  0643    lec    1:20PM -  4:20PM  Th            C. TINBERG                WG 204

  (7 Week Class - Starts 4/7/2008, Ends 5/31/2008)

 

LIBRARY SCIENCE 102                                         1.00 Units

INTERNET RESEARCH METHODS   (csu)

 DESCRIPTION: Locate and evaluate information resources on the internet using the World Wide Web, lists, Usenet, FTP, and more.  Learn principles of information access, development of search strategies, evaluation criteria and processes, and specific Internet Search Tools. Issues regarding intellectual property, censorship, and on line publishing will be covered.

  1399    lec    11:10AM - 12:40PM                F                       A. MEZYNSKI   AD 316

  &         lab    12:40PM -  2:20PM F              A. MEZYNSKI               AD 316

  (9 Week Class - Starts 4/1/2008, Ends 5/27/2008)

 

MANAGEMENT 006                                                 3.00 Units

PUBLIC RELATIONS                                (CSU)(RPT  1)

PREREQUISITE: Recommended: Eligibility to enroll in English 28 or equivalent.

  3391    lec    6:50PM - 10:00PM TTh          A.E. EGEREGOR        AD 301A

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/5/2008, Ends 4/5/2008)

 

MATHEMATICS 105                                                3.00 Units

ARITHMETIC (NDA) 

DESCRIPTION: Open to all students.  “*” Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

  3653    lec    3:30PM -  6:40PM  TTh          J.M. SALAZAR              JH 209

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/8/2008, Ends 5/29/2008)

 

MATHEMATICS 113                                                3.00 Units

ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA A  

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 112 or equivalent.  NOTE: “*” Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers. Note: Successful completion of both Math 113 and Math 114 satisfies the requirement for completion of Math 115.

  3705    lec    3:30PM -  6:40PM  TTh          N. PAYNE                  FH 119B

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/8/2008, Ends 5/29/2008)

 

MATHEMATICS 124A                                             2.50 Units

INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA A  

Prerequisite: Mathematics 115 or equivalent.Successful completion of both math 124A and 124B satisfies the requirement for completion of Math 125.Note: * Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

  0874    lec    9:35AM - 12:05PM MW           J.M. SALAZAR              FH 219

  &         lab    12:05PM - 12:45PM                MW                  J.M. SALAZAR   FH 219

  (7 Week Class - Starts 4/7/2008, Ends 5/28/2008)

 

MATHEMATICS 215                                                3.00 Units

PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS I                   (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 125 or equivalent.

  0886    lec    8:50AM - 12:00PM S    A. KARAPETYAN                     JH 209

  &         lec    12:50PM -  4:00PM S   A. KARAPETYAN                      JH 209

  (6 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

  5091    lec    6:50PM - 10:00PM TTh     D.H. HENTSCHEL               JH 209

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/5/2008, Ends 3/27/2008)

 

MATHEMATICS 216                                    3.00 Units

PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS II                  (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 215 or equivalent.

  0887    lec    8:50AM - 12:00PM S        A. KARAPETYAN                 JH 209

  &         lec    12:50PM -  4:00PM S       A. KARAPETYAN                  JH 209

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2008, Ends 6/2/2008)

  3266    lec    6:50PM - 10:00PM TTh   D.H. HENTSCHEL                 JH 209

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/8/2008, Ends 5/29/2008)

 

MUSIC 311                          1.00 Units

PIANO I   (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Open to all students. This course consists of instruction in basic piano skills with emphasis on learning to read music, play finger-patterns, scales, chords, and beginning pieces. Students are required to furnish their own headphones.

  3686    lab    2:40PM -  4:45PM  TTh          I.J. KIM                        CH 205

  (7 Week Class - Starts 3/11/2008, Ends 5/1/2008)

 

REGISTERED, NURSING 110                               5.00 Units

ADVANCE MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING           (CSU)

This is an Advanced Medical-Surgical course. Theory content includes ECG monitoring, ventilatory management, hemodynamic monitoring, care of the client with multi-system failure and nursing care in emergency situations.

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 4/4/2008)

  0999   lec        9:00AM -  3:00PM             M             F.M. FARRAND CUB CNTR

  &        lab        7:00AM -  3:30PM             TW           F.M. FARRAND FIEL D

  or       lab        7:00AM -  5:05PM             ThF          Staff                        FIEL D

  or       lab        7:00AM -  2:25PM             TW           M.M. FEKETE FIEL D
 

 

REGISTERED, NURSING 111                               4.00 Units

NURSING LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT        (CSU)

This course explores the legal, ethical and current trends of the nurse in the context of the Roles of Practice.  A 108 hour clinical preceptorship in a clinical area      of interest is required.

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/7/2008, Ends 5/30/2008)

  1000   lec        9:00AM -  1:15PM             M             F.M. FARRAND CUB CNTR

  &        lab        7:00AM -  2:30PM             TW           F.M. FARRAND FIEL D

  or       lab        7:00AM -  2:30PM             TW           H.N. DOWNEY FIEL D

  or       lab        7:00AM -  2:30PM             ThF          M.M. FEKETE FIEL D

  or       lab        7:00AM -  2:30PM             Th            Staff                        FIEL D

 

REGISTERED, NURSING 150                               9.00 Units

EXPANDED PRACTICE AND

PRINCIPLES OF PEDIATRIC NURSING I   (CSU)(RPT  1)

PREREQUISITE: Satisfactory completion with a “C” grade or better of RN11 Nursing.  DESCRIPTION: This course emphasizes the competency assessment and is is designed to take the graduate nurse from novice to becoming a trained Registered Nurse with a specialty in Pediatrics.

  6120    lec    7:00AM -  3:05PM  TTh          S.L. TAYLOR          OFF CAMP

  &         lab    7:00AM -  4:00PM  MWF         S.L. TAYLOR          OFF CAMP

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/27/2008, Ends 4/17/2008)

  6130   lec        8:00AM -  2:30PM             TTh          K.W. DALKE OFF CAMP

  &        lab        8:00AM -  3:25PM             MWF         K.W. DALKE OFF CAMP

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 3/27/2008)

  6160    lec    7:00AM -  3:05PM  TTh          Staff                       OFF CAMP

  &         lab    7:00AM -  4:00PM  MWF         Staff                       OFF CAMP

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/27/2008, Ends 4/17/2008)

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 225         1.00 Units

YOGA SKILLS               (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

  2118    lab    11:10AM -  1:15PM TTh          D.C. GLICKMAN           WG 202

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

  2119    lab    11:10AM -  1:15PM TTh          D.C. GLICKMAN           WG 202

  (9 Week Class - Starts 4/7/2008, Ends 6/2/2008)

 

PSYCHOLOGY 001                                      3.00 Units

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I                             (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY:  English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: A general introduction to the scientific study of human behavior. An emphasis is placed upon learning, motivation, intelligence, feelings and emotions, personality, and methods of adjustment.                      

  1516    lec    9:00AM - 12:05PM F              Staff                             HH 104

  &         lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  F              Staff                             HH 104

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/5/2008, Ends 5/31/2008)

 

PSYCHOLOGY 027           1.00 Units

ONLINE AND SOFTWARE RESOURCES FOR HUMAN SERVICES  

DESCRIPTION: This course provides Human Services majors with a basic introduction to pertinent computer resources currently being utilized by human services professionals. Hands-on training will allow students to become familiar with software and online resources commonly being used.

  1180    lec    3:20 hrs/wk           TBA          A.B. BALDWIN            ON LINE

  (5 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2008, Ends 3/8/2008)

 

  1179    lec    2:45PM -  5:00PM  Th            J.S. BLUM                    HH 101

  (7 Week Class - Starts 3/28/2008, Ends 5/16/2008)

 

  1181    lec    8:00AM -  5:00PM  S              A.B. BALDWIN               HH 101

  (2 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2008, Ends 4/19/2008)

 

 

SPEECH 101                        3.00 Units

ORAL COMMUNICATION I          (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 28/31 with a satisfactory grade, or appropriate placement score.  ADVISORY:  ESL students are strongly advised to complete Speech Communication 111 and 113 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: Instruction in the principles, practice and delivery of effective original speeches. Meets AA degree and CSU transfer certification requirements in oral communication.

  1545    lec    1:00PM -  4:20PM  MW           A.C. JONES                 FH 229

  (9 Week Class - Starts 4/1/2008, Ends 5/27/2008)

 

 

SUPERVISION 001                                      3.00 Units

ELEMENTS OF SUPERVISION                              (CSU)

ADVISORY:  English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to develop leadership ability for those in supervisory positions in business and industry.

  3612    lec   6:50PM - 10:00PM TTh   A.E. EGEREGOR               AD 301A

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2008, Ends 6/2/2008)

 
 

ONLINE CLASSES

ACCOUNTING 001                                      5.00 Units

INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I     (UC:CSU)  (RPT  1)

PREREQUISITE: 1) Completion or concurrent enrollment in Business 38 or Accounting 31 or appropriate Math course as indicated by student’s Math proficiency; 2) Eligibility to enroll in English 101 or completion of 20 units of transfer coursesor acceptable work experience;  3) CSIT 103.

  0125   lec        9:00AM -  2:20PM             S              S.A. HYDER  AD 309

 

ACCOUNTING 021                                                   3.00 Units

BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING I              (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: 1) Concurrent enrollment in or completion of Accounting 31, Business 38, or Mathematics equivalent and eligibility to enroll in English 28 or 85 or concurrent enrollment in any 3 unit English class indicated by the college placement exam or acceptable work experience. CO-REQUISITE: Accounting 41.  (TRANSFER STUDENTS should enroll in Accounting 1.)                                

This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Twari at tiwaribg@lacitycollege.edu   |  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2545.

  1724   lec      3:10 hrs/wk              TBA           B.G. TIWARI  ON LINE

Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you being dropped from the course)

Wed., Feb 6  |  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm  |  AD316

 

ACCOUNTING 022                                                   3.00 Units

BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING II             (UC:CSU) 

 PREREQUISITE: Accounting 21. CO-REQUISITE: Accounting 42.  NOTE: Accounting 22 students must also enroll in Accouting 42 at the same hour and with the same instructor as Accounting 22.

This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Twari at tiwaribg@lacitycollege.edu   |  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2545.

0106    lec      3:10 hrs/wk              TBA           B.G. TIWARI ON LINE
Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you being dropped from the course) Wed., Feb 6  |  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm  |  AD316

 

ACCOUNTING 041                                                   1.00 Units

LABORATORY FOR ACCOUNTING 21  

DESCRIPTION: Accounting 41 students must also enroll in Accounting 21 at the same hour and with the same instructor as Accounting 41. Fundamentals of double-entry accounting; the accounting cycle; preparation of the trial balance; adjusting entries and three basic financial statements; use of controlling accounts; accounting for merchandising and cash transactions; special journals and periodic reporting.

  0110   lec      2:05 hrs/wk              TBA           B.G. TIWARI  ON LINE

 

ACCOUNTING 042                                                   1.00 Units

LABORATORY FOR ACCOUNTING 22  

PREREQUISITE: Accounting 41.  CO-REQUISITE: Accounting  42 which  meets at  the same hour.

This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Twari at tiwaribg@lacitycollege.edu   |  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2545.

  0111   lab     0:30 hrs/wk              TBA           B.G. TIWARI  ON LINE

Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you being dropped from the course)

Wed., Feb 6  |  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm  |  AD316

 

ACCOUNTING 055                                                   1.00 Units

ACCOUNTING COMPUTER LABORATORY  

ADVISORY: CSIT 101 and Accounting 1 or Accounting 21/41.  DESCRIPTION: This is a computer laboratory which provides the student with an opportunity to apply the accounting computer concepts being studied in an other accounting class section.             

This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Twari at tiwaribg@lacitycollege.edu   |  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2545.

  0113   lab     2:05 hrs/wk              TBA           B.G. TIWARI  ON LINE

Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you being dropped from the course) Wed., Feb 6  |  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm  |  AD316

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 001                 3.00 Units

INTERNATIONAL TRADE                                     (CSU)

ADVISORY:  Business 1 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: A study of the principles of international trade, including the basics of  operating an import and/or export business. Topics covered include: marketing, terminology, documentation, financial procedures, credits, collections, and communication.

This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Hastey at hasteyb@aol.com  |  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2547.

  3359   lec      3:10 hrs/wk              TBA           R.B. HASTEY ON LINE

Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you being dropped from the course)   Tues, Feb 5  |  2:00 pm – 5:00 pm  |  AD316

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 006                       3.00 Units

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING I  

DESCRIPTION: Emphasizes how to get foreign customers for American made products, how to identify prospective customers, how to make contact and how to sell the product. Variables include: culture, trade customs, politics, climate, wealth, business and government sturctures and international law.

This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Hastey at hasteyb@aol.com   |  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2547.

  3309   lec      3:10 hrs/wk              TBA           R.B. HASTEY ON LINE

Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you being dropped from the course)   Tues, Feb 5  |  2:00 pm – 5:00 pm  |  AD316

 

caot  001                                                  3.00 Units

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING I  

ADVISORY: Assessment Exam eligibility for ESL Level 6.  DESCRIPTION: Mastery of the keyboard by touch (letters, tables, reports, and memos) using Microsoft Word.

  1013   lec      2:05 hrs/wk              TBA    C.S. MORIMOTO  ON LINE

  &        lab     3:10 hrs/wk              TBA   C.S. MORIMOTO   ON LINE

You must attend the mandatory orientation meeting to begin this class. Failure to attend will result in being dropped from the course. NO Exceptions.

Sat - Feb 9, 2008  |  11:00 - 1:00 pm  |  DH205

Email: morimocs@lacitycollege.edu  to confirm that you will attend the orientation.  Phone: (323) 953-4000 ext. 2902

Internet:  http://caot.lacitycollege.edu/001morimoto

 

caot  084                                                                  3.00 Units

MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS:

WORD PROCESSING                               (CSU)(RPT  2)

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ESL Level 6 CAOT and the ability to type 30 wpm accurately by touch.  DESCRIPTION: Use basic and advanced functions of Word or WordPerfect including desktop publishing features to produce business documents.

  1053   lec      TBA                        C.S. MORIMOTO              ONLINE

  &        lab     TBA                        C.S. MORIMOTO              ONLINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/5/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

You must attend the mandatory orientation meeting to begin this class. Failure to attend will result in being dropped from the course. NO Exceptions.

Sat - Feb 9, 2008  |  1:30 - 3:30 pm  |  DH205

Email: morimocs@lacitycollege.edu  to confirm that you will attend the orientation.  Phone: (323) 953-4000 ext. 2902

Internet:  http://caot.lacitycollege.edu/001morimoto

 

caot  085                                                                  3.00 Units

MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS:

SPREADSHEET                                                   (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Presents office spreadsheet applications using a PC and EXCEL.

  3090   lec      1:05 hrs/wk              TBA           T.J. DAY         ON LINE

  &        lab     4:15 hrs/wk              TBA           T.J. DAY         ON LINE

You must attend the mandatory orientation meeting to begin this class. Failure to attend will result in being dropped from the course. NO Exceptions.

Wed - Feb 6, 2008  |  6:00 - 8:00 pm  |  DH202

Email: daytj@lacitycollege.edu  to confirm that you will attend the orientation.  Phone: (323) 953-4000 ext. 2548

Internet:  http://caot.lacitycollege.edu/085

 

CSIT  101                                                                    4.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

AND THEIR USES                                          (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 73.

  0305    lec    8:00AM - 11:10AM S              M.B. PASHAZADEH       AD 318

  &         lab    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          M.B. PASHAZADEH     ON LINE

  0311    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM  F              M. TAVAKOLI                AD 318

  &         lab    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          M. TAVAKOLI             ON LINE

 

CSIT  103                                                                    4.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO

COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR MIS                     (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 73.

  0302    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM S              M. HAGHGOO               AD 305

  &         lab    2:05 hrs/wk          TBA          M. HAGHGOO             ON LINE

 

CSIT  134                                                                    3.00 Units

OPERATING SYSTEMS                                        (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103.

  0332   lec      7:20AM -  9:25AM MW     M. TAVAKOLI         AD 302

  &        lab        4:15 hrs/wk           TBA    M. TAVAKOLI       ON LINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

 

CSIT  138                                                                    3.00 Units

ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING   (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 103 or CSIT 108.

  0342   lec      9:35AM - 11:45AM                  F                  S. JIANTO    FH 100A

  &        lab     2:05 hrs/wk              TBA           S. JIANTO      ON LINE

  8374   lec      2:05 hrs/wk              TBA           S. JIANTO      ON LINE

  &        lab     2:05 hrs/wk              TBA           S. JIANTO      ON LINE

 

CSIT  140                                                                    3.00 Units

PROGRAMMING IN C++                                  (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 139.

 

  3149   lec      7:00PM -  9:10PM TTh            S. DAKDUK     AD 305

  &        lab     4:15 hrs/wk              TBA           S. DAKDUK   ON LINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/8/2008, Ends 5/29/2008)

 

CSIT  141                                                                    3.00 Units

PROGRAMMING IN JAVA                               (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103.  ADVISORY: CSIT 107 and CSIT 104.

  0315   lec      9:35AM - 11:45AM                  TTh       SAMPLEWALA    AD 319

  &        lab     4:15 hrs/wk              TBA           SAMPLEWALA ON LINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/5/2008, Ends 3/27/2008)

 

CSIT  142                                                                    3.00 Units

ADVANCED JAVA 

  0343   lec      9:35AM - 11:45AM                  TTh       SAMPLEWALA    AD 305

  &        lab     6:30 hrs/wk              TBA           SAMPLEWALA ON LINE

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/8/2008, Ends 5/29/2008)

 

CSIT  148                                                                    3.00 Units

ADVANCED SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS  

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103.

  0347   lec      1:30PM -  3:40PM S                PASHAZADEH AD 302

  &        lab     2:05 hrs/wk              TBA           PASHAZADEH   ON LINE

  8366   lec      2:05 hrs/wk              TBA           PASHAZADEH ON LINE

  &        lab     2:05 hrs/wk              TBA           PASHAZADEH ON LINE

 

CSIT  158                                                                    3.00 Units

HYPER-TEXT MARKUP LANGUAGE                     (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101.  DESCRIPTION: A thorough coverage of Hyper-Text Markup Language, including style, multimedia devices, HTML code generators, Common Gateway Interface (CGI), CGI Script languages and programming order, processing and security considerations. Emphasis is on www page generation for business.

  3649   lab     7:00PM -  9:05PM T                HOLLIDAY       AD 302

  &        lec      2:10 hrs/wk              TBA           HOLLIDAY     ON LINE

 

CSIT  186                                                                    3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE:  SQL AND PL/SQL   (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: (2 Hours Lecture, 3 Hours Laboratory.)

  0346   lec      2:05 hrs/wk              TBA           S. DAKDUK   ON LINE

  &        lab     9:00AM - 12:10PM                  S               S. DAKDUK    FH 100A

 

ENGLISH 101                                                             3.00 Units

COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I      (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 28/31 or appropriate placement score.   ADVISORY: English 67 or 68.   DESCRIPTION: English 101 is a transferable course that develops proficiency in college-level reading and writing through practice of critical thinking and well-developed expository writing.

Students must have internet access and valid email accounts to take an online section. For more information, consult

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/engesl/onlineclasses.html

  0142   lec         3:10 hrs/wk      INTERNET  T.R. ROBINSON      ON LINE

  0143   lec         3:10 hrs/wk      INTERNET  T.R. ROBINSON      ON LINE

  0468   lec         3:10 hrs/wk      INTERNET  E.D. O CONNELL     ON LINE

 

ENGLISH 102                       3.00 Units

COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II     (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 101 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: Continuing development of reading and writing skills through study of selected short fiction, novels, plays, and poetry.

Students must have internet access and valid email accounts to take an online section. For more information, consult

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/engesl/onlineclasses.html 

  0145   lec         3:10 hrs/wk      INTERNET    T.R. ROBINSON     ON LINE

  0149   lec         3:10 hrs/wk      INTERNET    G. PATTHEY           ON LINE

 

ENGLISH 103                      3.00 Units

COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING      (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 101 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Development of logical, argumentative, and analytical thinking through examination of written and other types of cultural texts.

Students must have internet access and valid email accounts to take an online section. For more information, consult
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/engesl/onlineclasses.html 

  0485   lec      3:10 hrs/wk   INTERNET    E.W. KENDALL      ON LINE

  3242   lec      3:10 hrs/wk  INTERNET    PATTHEY CHAVEZ ON LINE

 

ENGLISH 205                      3.00 Units

ENGLISH LITERATURE I            (UC:CSU) 

Prerequisite: English 102 or equivalent.Study of selected poetry fiction and drama from the beginnings of English literature to the 19th century.

Students must have internet access and valid email accounts

to take an online section. For more information, consult http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/engesl/onlineclasses.html 

  1488   lec      3:10 hrs/wk     INTERNET          A.T. MAECK   ON LINE

 

ENGLISH 239                       3.00 Units

WOMEN IN LITERATURE           (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 101 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: A survey of literature in English by women, with an emphasis on 20th century American writers.

Students must have internet access and valid email accounts

to take an online section. For more information, consult http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/engesl/onlineclasses.html

  3274   lec      3:10 hrs/wk              TBA           M.S. BORETZ ON LINE

 

FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 021       3.00 Units

NUTRITION                                                   (UC:CSU) 

CO-REQUISITE: English 21 or 73 or equivalent.  LAB RECOMMENDED: Learning Skills 3E Vocabulary (1 unit).    DESCRIPTION: Credit allowed for only one of F&CS 20, 21, 22. The current concepts in nutrition are presented in a lecture discussion format. Nutrition is the science which deals with the role of nutrients in the human body. Nutrition in human development from conception throughout the life cycle is emphasized.

  0566   lec      3:10 hrs/wk              TBA           G.B. STAFSKY ON LINE

 

FINANCE 002                                              3.00 Units

INVESTMENTS                                                    (CSU)

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: The principles of investment, the various types of investments, the operations of investment markets, and sources of information.

This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Almurdaah at almurdaah@aol.com   |  (213) 615-6002.

  3303   lec      3:10 hrs/wk      TBA A.Z. ALMURDAAH          ON LINE

Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you being dropped from the course)  Thur, Feb 7  |  4:00 pm – 7:00 pm  |  AD316

 

LINGUISTICS 002                                                     3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLINGUISTICS         (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE:  English 28.  DESCRIPTION: Students learn how societies create, maintain, and change language and society.

  3383    lec    TBA                      G.G. PATTHEY CHAVEZ              ON LINE

 

MANAGEMENT 013                                                 3.00 Units

SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP             (CSU)

 DESCRIPTION: Designed to teach the student how to organize and operate a small business.

This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Hastey at hasteyb@aol.com   |  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2547.

  0802    lec      2:50 hrs/wk              TBA            R.B. HASTEY    ON LINE

Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you being dropped from the course)   Tues, Feb 5 |  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm  |  AD316    

 

MATHEMATICS 226                                    1.00 Units

ELEMENTARY STATISTICS PROBLEM SOLVING (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 125 or equivalent.  CO-PREREQUISITE: Math 227 to be taken concurrently or completed previously. 

This is an online course. You must have internet access and a valid email address. To complete your registration, you must email your instructor at: badalir@lacitycollege.edu  and you must attend a mandatory on-campus orientation at the time and location to be provided by your instructor through email.

  0895   lec      1:05 hrs/wk              TBA           R. BADALIAN ON LINE

 

MATHEMATICS 227                                                4.00 Units

STATISTICS                                                  (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 125 or equivalent.  Note: * Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

This is an online course. You must have internet access and a valid email address. To complete your registration, you must email your instructor at: araeipmr@lacitycollege.edu  and you must attend a mandatory on-campus orientation at the time and location to be provided by your instructor through email.

  0893   lec      4:15 hrs/wk         TBA                          M.R. ARAEIPOUR ON LINE

 

PSYCHOLOGY 027                                                  1.00 Units

ONLINE AND SOFTWARE RESOURCES FOR HUMAN SERVICES  

DESCRIPTION: This course provides Human Services majors with a basic introduction to pertinent computer resources currently being utilized by human services professionals. Hands-on training will allow students to become familiar with software and online resources commonly being used.

  1180   lec      3:20 hrs/wk              TBA           A.B. BALDWIN   ON LINE

  (5 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2008, Ends 3/8/2008)

 

SPEECH 071                                               3.00 Units

SPEAKING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE I (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE:  ESL 3A/3B/3C with a satisfactory grade or appropriate ESL placement score.   May not be taken concurrently with any other speech class.  COREQUISITE: Students in  Speech 71 must also enroll in Speech 60A.  DESCRIPTION: A level four course for persons who use English as a second language. Stresses the most common words in English, their pronunciation and usage.

  0566   lec      3:10 hrs/wk              TBA           G.B. STAFSKY ON LINE

 

SUPERVISION 001                                      3.00 Units

ELEMENTS OF SUPERVISION                              (CSU)

ADVISORY:  English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to develop leadership ability for those in supervisory positions in business and industry.

This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Hastey at hasteyb@aol.com   |  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2547.

  3615   lec      3:10 hrs/wk              TBA           R.B. HASTEY ON LINE

Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you being dropped from the course)   Tues, Feb 5  |  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm  |  AD316 

  
 

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, & Sunday classes


ACCOUNTING 001                                      5.00 Units

INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I     (UC:CSU)  (RPT  1)

PREREQUISITE: 1) Completion or concurrent enrollment in Business 38 or Accounting 31 or appropriate Math course as indicated by student’s Math proficiency; 2) Eligibility to enroll in English 101 or completion of 20 units of transfer coursesor acceptable work experience;  3) CSIT 103.

  0125   lec        9:00AM -  2:20PM             S              S.A. HYDER  AD 309

 

ACCOUNTING 055                                                   1.00 Units

ACCOUNTING COMPUTER LABORATORY  

ADVISORY: CSIT 101 and Accounting 1 or Accounting 21/41.  DESCRIPTION: This is a computer laboratory which provides the student with an opportunity to apply the accounting computer concepts being studied in an other accounting class section.             

0112     lab    9:00AM - 11:05AM  S             E.F. GANIRON              AD 316

 

ANATOMY 001                                            4.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY          (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: Eligibility in English 28. DESCRIPTION: Students will dissect a laboratory animal comparable in structure to the human body. Students also may purchase instructional dissection materials.

  8001    lec    8:00AM - 11:10AM F              M. KHAIL                      LS 203

  &         lab    8:00AM - 11:10AM S              M. KHAIL                      LS 201

  8002    lec    8:00AM - 11:10AM F              M. KHAIL                      LS 203

  &         lab    12:00PM -  3:10PM S              M. KHAIL                      LS 201

  5000    lec   6:50PM - 10:00PM  F             K. KHOLLESI               LS 203

  &       lab   3:30PM -  6:40PM   F             K. KHOLLESI               LS 201

 

ARCHITECTURE 162                                              3.00 Units

COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN

AND DRAFTING                                     (csu) (RPT  1)

DESCRIPTION: Second class in AutoCAD. Advanced drawing and 3D modeling.

  0157    lec    8:30AM -  9:00AM  S              W.Y. CHIU                    FH 115

  &         lab    9:30AM -  3:00PM  S              W.Y. CHIU                    FH 115

 

ART 103                                                                      3.00 Units

ART APPRECIATION I                                   (UC:CSU) 

ADIVISORY: English 28 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: An introductory lecture course. A broad exploration of art forms and media in traditional and contemporary art styles. Museum and gallery visits are part of the course requirements.

  0168    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  S              P.A. BLACKWELL             HH 6

 

  3800   lec      6:00PM -  9:15PM F               R.G. RIPPLE    FH 203

  &         lec    12:00PM -  3:15PM S              R.G. RIPPLE                 FH 203

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/7/2008, Ends 5/31/2008)

 

ART 201                                                                      3.00 Units

DRAWING I                                                   (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Exploring various drawing approaches, and media. Developing observational skills.

  0178    lec    8:00AM - 10:05AM S              O.B. NOWLIN                DH 109

  &         lab    10:05AM - 12:10PM                S                        O.B. NOWLIN   DH 109

 

ART 300                                                                      3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING                       (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Art 201 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.  CO-REQUISITE: Art 501.  DESCRIPTION: Introduction to the technique of watercolor painting applied to still life, landscape, and the human figure.

  8032   lec        8:00AM - 10:05AM             S              V.L. LOSCHUK DH 219

  &        lab         10:05AM - 12:10PM           S              V.L. LOSCHUK DH 219

 

ART 301                                                                      3.00 Units

WATERCOLOR PAINTING I                            (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Art 300 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.

  8034   lec        8:00AM - 10:05AM             S              V.L. LOSCHUK DH 219

  &        lab         10:05AM - 12:10PM           S              V.L. LOSCHUK DH 219

 

ART 302                                                                      3.00 Units

WATERCOLOR PAINTING II                           (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Art 301 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: Continuation of techniques and concepts. Exploration of abstract styles.

  8036   lec        8:00AM - 10:05AM             S              V.L. LOSCHUK DH 219

  &        lab         10:05AM - 12:10PM           S              V.L. LOSCHUK DH 219

 

ART 303                                                                      3.00 Units

WATERCOLOR PAINTING III                          (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Art 302.  DESCRIPTION: Greater emphasis on individual interpretation and conceptual use of the watercolor medium.

  8437   lec        8:00AM - 10:05AM             S              V.L. LOSCHUK DH 219

  &        lab         10:05AM - 12:10PM           S              V.L. LOSCHUK DH 219

 

ART 501                                                                      3.00 Units

BEGINNING TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN        (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: A foundation studio course focused on creative visual thinking and expression. Establishes working methods and concepts of composition used in all other art classes. Basic art elements like line, shape, value, and color are emphasized. Studies the role of graphic communication in society.

  0182   lec        1:00PM -  3:05PM             S              O.B. NOWLIN DH 109

  &       lab   3:05PM -  5:10PM   S             O.B. NOWLIN              DH 109

 

BUSINESS 001                                            3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS                      (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: A survey of business including forms of business organization, finance, personnel problems, marketing, managerial aids, business government relations; and business.

  0243    lec    9:00AM - 12:00PM S              M. MARTINI                AD 301A

 

CHEMISTRY 060                                                      5.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL CHEMISTRY    (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUIISTE: Math 115 or appropriate score on placement assessment.  ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 28.  DESCRIPTION: This course prepares students for Chemistry 101 and satisfies the Chemistry requirement for the LACC Nursing Program. It covers atomic structure, nomenclature, bonding, molecular geometry, chemical reactions, stiochiometry, states of matter and related forces, gas laws, solution chemistry, quantum theory, periodic properties, colligative properties, and acid base concepts.  This course qualifies for the IGETC and CSU general education requirements for physical science with laboratory.

  5045    lec   6:50PM - 10:00PM  F             P.P. CASTRO              CHEM 3

  &         lab    8:45AM -  1:00PM  S              P.P. CASTRO          CHEM 106

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 001                          3.00 Units

CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT            (UC:CSU) 

CO-REQUISITES: English 21 or 73, or higher, or appropriate placement on College Assessment. ADVISORY: Learning Skills 3E Vocabulary (1 unit).  DESCRIPTION: An introductory course covering the theoretical concepts of human development, focusing on growth and development from conception through adolescence. The physical, cognitive and psychosocial domains of development and the ways in which nature and environment influence growth, will be studied within a cultural and family context.

  0273    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM S              C. CHUA                      AD 203

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 002                                  3.00 Units

EARLY CHILDHOOD: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES (CSU)

CO-REQUISITE: English 28 or 31, or equivalent and Child Development 1. Verification of Mantoux test (or chest X-Ray) is required.   DESCRIPTION: A survey course which compares and analyzes historical as well as current models of early childhood programs. Principles of developmentally appropriate practices and learning environments will be discussed. Early childhood strategies that support physical, social, and cognitive development and that led to desired learning outcomes will be identified. Professional development and career paths based upon CA Child Development Permit Matrix will be discussed.

  0268   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             F              N.E. WASHBURN AD 203

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 003                                  3.00 Units

CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN I         (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 1 and 2 with a satisfactory grade, and English 28 or 31 or equivalent with satisfactory grade.   DESCRIPTION: Students develop and implement creative curriculum for young children. Activities include: sensorimotor, manipulative, art, music, movement, and dramatic play experiences. Emphasis is on environments that promote creativity and the role of the teacher. Enrollment recommended in CD84 or 85: Child Development Labs, one hour TBA a week to develop activities and lessons.

  0275   lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM S              F.D. LOWE                   AD 201

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 004                                  3.00 Units

CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN II        (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 1 and 2 with a satisfactory grade.   DESCRIPTION: Implementation and evaluation of curriculum in the areas of language arts, natural and physical sciences, mathematics, and the social sciences. Emphasis of discussion is on creating an environment to support a balance of child initiated and teacher initiated experiences. Enrollment recommended in CD84: Child Development Lab, one hour TBA a week to develop activities and lessons.

  0276   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             F              SKOUSEN RADFORD AD 201

 

CINEMA 002                                                               3.00 Units

BEGINNING MOTION PICTURE WORKSHOP    (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Required for all Cinema Majors.  Introductory workshop in practical filmmaking.  Each student will be responsible for the making of short films in mini DV.

  0284   lec         10:00AM - 11:05AM           F              J.A. KUNTZ            CC 228

  &        lab         11:05AM -  3:20PM            F              J.A. KUNTZ            CC 228

  0285   lec         10:00AM - 11:00AM           F              V.G. OBERN CC 176

  &        lab         11:05AM -  3:20PM            F              V.G. OBERN CC 176

 

CINEMA 003                                                               3.00 Units

HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES                   (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Required of all first-semester Cinema Majors. Open to all others.  History of the development of motion pictures, with examples, from their beginnings to the present day. Emphasis is placed on the American feature film.

  0299   lec        9:00AM - 11:05AM             S              M. DE LAS CARRERAS CC 176

  &        lab         11:05AM -  1:10PM            S              M. DE LAS CARRERAS CC 176

 

CINEMA 009                                                               3.00 Units

MOTION PICTURE SOUND  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3 and 4 with satisfactory grades or better.  DESCRIPTION:  The basics of motion picture production and post-production sound.  NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.  

  1346   lec         10:00AM - 11:05AM           S              A.A. ANDERSON CC 149

  &        lab         11:05AM -  3:20PM            S              A.A. ANDERSON CC 149

 

CINEMA 016                                                               3.00 Units

MOTION PICTURE WORKSHOP II  

PRERQUISITE: Cinema 5, 6, 9, 10, and 20 with satisfactory grades or better.  DESCRIPTION: The production of a short film or video project from script development and production packaging to the actual shooting, editing and mixing of the film or video.             

  8095    lec    10:00AM - 12:05PM                F                       J.V. GEUENS   CC 260

  &         lab    12:05PM -  3:15PM F              J.V. GEUENS               CC 260

 

CINEMA 017                                                               3.00 Units

ADVANCED MOTION PICTURE POST-PRODUCTION  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 16.  DESCRIPTION: Advanced film post-production methods are applied as students learn to prepare for release a short film produced in Cinema 15 and 16.

  8096   lec         10:00AM - 12:05PM           F              J.V. GEUENS CC 260

  &        lab         12:05PM -  3:15PM            F              J.V. GEUENS CC 260

 

CINEMA 025                                                               3.00 Units

PRODUCING DIGITAL VIDEO FEATURES  

DESCRIPTION: Digital video (DV) has transformed traditional feature film production and distribution.  Explore this new frontier and its new and proposed uses on the internet.  NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  0297   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             S              C.A. DOMOKOS CC 228

 

caot  001                                                  3.00 Units

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING I  

ADVISORY: Assessment Exam eligibility for ESL Level 6.  DESCRIPTION: Mastery of the keyboard by touch (letters, tables, reports, and memos) using Microsoft Word.

  1007    lec    9:00AM - 11:05AM F              C.S. MORIMOTO          DH 204

  &         lab    11:05AM -  2:20PM F              C.S. MORIMOTO          DH 204

  1009    lec    9:00AM - 11:05AM S              A.A. STAATS                DH 204

  &         lab    11:05AM -  2:20PM S              A.A. STAATS                DH 204

 

caot  002                                                                  3.00 Units

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING II                             (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Ability to type 30 words a minute.  ADVISORY: Eligibility for ESL Level 6B and 6C, or completion of CAOT 1 or CAOT 1C with satisfactory grade or better. Students should enroll in CAOT 9 or CAOT 1 if they do not meet the requirements for CAOT 2.  DESCRIPTION: Speed and accuracy development and document production using a computer and Microsoft Word or WordPerfect. 

  8383    lec    9:00AM - 11:05AM S              A. HO                           DH 202

  &         lab    11:05AM -  2:20PM S              A. HO                           DH 202

 

caot  003                                                                  3.00 Units

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING III                            (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Completion of CAOT 2 and CAOT 84 or a training course in Microsoft Word. (Students who do not meet these prerequisites should enroll in either CAOT 2 or CAOT 9 and CAOT 84, Microsoft Word.)DESCRIPTION: Speed and accuracy development in business document production using the advanced feature of MS Word. Includes composing at the keyboard and timed production. Minimum speed at end of course of 50wpm. 

  8384    lec    9:00AM - 11:05AM S              A. HO                           DH 202

  &         lab    11:05AM -  2:20PM S              A. HO                           DH 202

 

caot  044                                                                  3.00 Units

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY  

ADVISORY: Eligibility to enroll in English 28 or equivlent.  DESCRIPTION: Develops an understanding of medical terminology through a study of word roots, prefixes, and suffixes and body systems.  Emphasis is also given to spelling, pronunciation, and definitions.

  1029    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM S              C.C. BRONSON SMITH DH 205

 

caot  084                                                                  3.00 Units

MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS:

WORD PROCESSING                               (CSU)(RPT  2)

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ESL Level 6 CAOT and the ability to type 30 wpm accurately by touch.  DESCRIPTION: Use basic and advanced functions of Word or WordPerfect including desktop publishing features to produce business documents.

  1037   lec         9:00AM - 11:05AM            S              L.D. MOTONAGA DH 203

  &        lab         11:05AM -  2:15PM            S              L.D. MOTONAGA DH 203

 

caot 098                                                                   3.00 Units

MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: 

INTRO TO WINDOWS FOR OA  

DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare students to work in the Windows environment. The course emphasizes the feature of Windows, including changing and creating icones, opening and closing windows and other applications, responding to dialog boxes, and working with directories.

  1040    lec    9:00AM -  9:55AM  S              Staff                             DH 205

  &         lab    9:55AM -  2:00PM  S              M.V. PHAM                   DH 205

 

CSIT  101                                                                    4.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND THEIR USES (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 73.

  0305    lec    8:00AM - 11:10AM S              M.B. PASHAZADEH       AD 318

  &         lab    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          M.B. PASHAZADEH     ON LINE

  0311    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM  F              M. TAVAKOLI                AD 318

  &         lab    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          M. TAVAKOLI             ON LINE

 

CSIT  103                                                                    4.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO

COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR MIS                     (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 73.

  0302    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM S              M. HAGHGOO               AD 305

  &         lab    2:05 hrs/wk          TBA          M. HAGHGOO             ON LINE

 

CSIT  138                                                                    3.00 Units

ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING   (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 103 or CSIT 108.

  0314    lec    9:00AM - 11:10AM S              B.P. DAUZAT                FH 215

  &         lab    11:20AM -  1:25PM S              B.P. DAUZAT                FH 215

 

  0342    lec    9:35AM - 11:45AM F              S. JIANTO                  FH 100A

  &         lab    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          S. JIANTO                  ON LINE

 

 

CSIT  141                                                                    3.00 Units

PROGRAMMING IN JAVA                               (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103.  ADVISORY: CSIT 107 and CSIT 104.

  0344   lec         12:45PM -  2:50PM            S              B.P. DAUZAT AD 318

  &       lab   3:00PM -  5:05PM   S             B.P. DAUZAT               AD 318

 

CSIT  148                                                                    3.00 Units

ADVANCED SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS  

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103.

  0347    lec    1:30PM -  3:40PM  S              PASHAZADEH               AD 302

  &         lab    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          PASHAZADEH             ON LINE

 

CSIT  159                                                                    3.00 Units

WEB PROJECTS                                     (CSU)(RPT  2)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 158.

  0334   lec        1:40PM -  3:45PM             S              M. SAMPLEWALA AD 319

  &       lab   3:55PM -  6:00PM   S             M. SAMPLEWALA        AD 319

 

 

CSIT  186                                                                    3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE:  SQL AND PL/SQL   (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: (2 Hours Lecture, 3 Hours Laboratory.)

  0346    lec    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          S. DAKDUK                ON LINE

  &         lab    9:00AM - 12:10PM S              S. DAKDUK                 FH 100A

 

CSIT  187                                                                    3.00 Units

ORACLE DBA PART 1A: 

ARCHITECTURE AND ADMINISTRATION  

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 186.  DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to give the students a firm foundation in basic administrative tasks and the necessary knowledge and skills to set up, maintain, and troubleshoot an oracle database. The students learn to use an administration tool to startup and shutdown a database, manage file and databasestorage, and manage users and their privileges.

  0337   lec        8:00AM - 10:05AM             S              M. SAMPLEWALA AD 302

  &        lab         10:15AM -  1:25PM            S              M. SAMPLEWALA AD 302

 

DANCE tw 469                                                         1.00 Units

CONDITIONING FOR DANCE                    (CSU)(RPT  3)

  2155   lab        1:00PM -  3:05PM             F              K.L. JENSEN WG 202

 

DANCE TQ 434                                                         1.00 Units

BALLET                                                  (CSU)(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.

  2148    lab    1:00PM -  3:05PM  S              M.E. COULEHAN         WG 202

 

DANCE TQ 437                                                         1.00 Units

JAZZ  DANCE                                         (CSU)(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.

  ETHNIC / BELLY DANCE

  2929    lab    3:30PM -  5:35PM  F              K.L. JENSEN               WG 206

 

ENGINEERING, GENERAL 101                            2.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE,

ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY                 (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: This elementary course acquaints the beginning student with the broad aspects of the science, engineering and technology.

  3195   lec    4:05PM -  6:10PM   F             S.K. DANIEL BERHE    FH 215

 

ENGINEERING, GENERAL 212                            3.00 Units

CADD FOR ENGINEERS II                (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

DESCRIPTION: An introductory course in computer aided design using Solid Works.  Emphasis is on solving engineering problems.

  0405   lec        8:00AM -  9:00AM             S              S.K. DANIEL BERHE FH 215

  &        lab        9:00AM -  2:30PM             S              S.K. DANIEL BERHE FH 215

 

ENGLISH 020                                              6.00 Units

COLLEGE READING SKILLS (NDA) 

ADVISORY: LS1, LS2 & LS7.  DESCRIPTION: English 20 provides instruction in techniques of writing clear, coherent compositions and improvement in reading skills which reinforce writing skills necessary for academic success.

  0413   lec        9:35AM -  4:00PM             S              Staff                       JH 305

 

ENGLISH 021                       3.00 Units

ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE: English 20, ESL 6A or appropriate placement score.  CO-REQUISITE: Students in English 21 must also enroll in English 67, Writing Laboratory. ADVISORY: English 68, Reading Laboratory.  DESCRIPTION:  Introduction to English fundamentals, focusing on grammar, reading, and writing skills, with additional individual tutoring and writing practice in the Writing Center of the English/ESL Department.

  0444    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM S              L.T. SMITH                   HH 206

 

ENGLISH 028                       3.00 Units

INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION  

PREREQUISITE:  English 21,  ESL 6A or appropriate placement score.  ADVISORIES: English 67, Writing Laboratory and English 68, Reading Laboratory. DESCRIPTION: Provides instruction in techniques of college level writing. It emphasizes grammar, essay writing, and reading assignments which reinforce writing skills.

  0428   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             F              Staff                       JH 309

  0420   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             S              G.A. MURRAY JH 105

  1332   lec        1:00PM -  4:10PM             S              V.P. JONAS            JH 204

 

ENGLISH 101                                                             3.00 Units

COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I      (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 28/31 or appropriate placement score.   ADVISORY: English 67 or 68.   DESCRIPTION: English 101 is a transferable course that develops proficiency in college-level reading and writing through practice of critical thinking and well-developed expository writing.

  0458   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             F              A. BECKETT JH 203

  0459   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             S              E.D. O CONNELL JH 303

  0499   lec        1:00PM -  4:10PM             F              J.A. GIARELLI JH 307

  0452   lec        1:00PM -  4:10PM             S              L.F. MANILL           JH 307

 

ENGLISH 102                       3.00 Units

COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II     (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 101 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: Continuing development of reading and writing skills through study of selected short fiction, novels, plays, and poetry.

  0408   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             S              L.F. MANILL           JH 309

 

ENGLISH 103                      3.00 Units

COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING      (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 101 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Development of logical, argumentative, and analytical thinking through examination of written and other types of cultural texts.

  0474    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM S              V.P. JONAS                  JH 107

  0475    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  S              G.A. MURRAY              JH 105

 

ENGLISH 127                      3.00 Units

CREATIVE WRITING      (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

PREREQUISITE: English 101 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: Informal discussion and criticism by class and instructor of student poems, plays, and stories. 

  1349   lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM S              Staff                              JH 205

 

ENGLISH 216                      3.00 Units

SHAKESPEARE II          (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 101 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Reading Shakespeare to develop understanding of his poetry, theater, and dramatic art.  

  0479   lec   9:35AM - 12:45PM  F              J.M. RYAN                JH 204

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 001A   6.00 Units

WRITING AND GRAMMAR (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE: Appropriate placement score.  ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 1B. (Credit/No Credit)    

  8303    lec    9:35AM -  4:00PM  S              S.A. PATTERSON         JH 305

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 001B   6.00 Units

LISTENING AND SPEAKING (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE: Appropriate placement score.  ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 1A. (Credit/No Credit

  8352   lec        9:35AM -  4:00PM             S              A.L. SPECTOR JH 207

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 002A   6.00 Units

WRITING AND GRAMMAR (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE:  Successful completion of ESL 1A or appropriate placement score.  ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 2B. (Credit/No Credit)

  0513    lec    9:35AM -  4:00PM  S              D.E. STARKE                JH 101

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 002B    6.00 Units

LISTENING AND SPEAKING (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of ESL 1B or appropriate placement score.  ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 2A. (Credit/No Credit)

  8353    lec    9:35AM -  4:00PM  S              A.L. SPECTOR              JH 207

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 003A   6.00 Units

WRITING AND GRAMMAR  

PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of ESL 2A or appropriate placement score.  ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 3B and ESL 3C. (Credit/No Credit)

  0516    lec    9:35AM -  4:00PM  S              F. SABHA                     JH 203

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 003B   3.00 Units

READING AND VOCABULARY  

PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of ESL 2B or appropriate placement score.  ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 3A and ESL 3C. (Credit/No Credit)

  0521    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM F              S.A. PATTERSON         JH 101

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 004A   6.00 Units

WRITING/GRAMMAR:READING/VOC:LIST/SPEAK 4A  

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 3A or appropriate placement score.Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 4B and Speech 71 (see the Speech section for more information). (Credit/No Credit)

  0177    lec    9:35AM -  4:00PM  S              J.S. CHARNESS           HH 107

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 005A    6.00 Units

WRITING AND GRAMMAR  

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 4A or appropriate placement score.Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 5B and Speech 72 (see the Speech section for more information).

  0189    lec    9:35AM -  4:00PM  S              Staff                              JH 109

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 005B   3.00 Units

READING AND VOCABULARY (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of ESL 4B or appropriate placement score. ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 5A and Speech 72 (see the Speech section for more information.)

  0191    lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM F              GUEORGUIEVA             JH 203

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 006A    6.00 Units

WRITING AND GRAMMAR  

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 5A or appropriate placement score.Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 6B and Speech 73 (see the Speech section for more information).  

  0196   lec    9:35AM -  4:00PM  S              Staff                              LS 203

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 006B   3.00 Units

READING AND VOCABULARY (NDA) 

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 5B or appropriate placement score.Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 6A and Speech 73  (see the Speech section for more information.)

  0552   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             F              S.L. NIEMEYER JH 307

 

FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 021       3.00 Units

NUTRITION                                                   (UC:CSU) 

CO-REQUISITE: English 21 or 73 or equivalent.  LAB RECOMMENDED: Learning Skills 3E Vocabulary (1 unit).    DESCRIPTION: Credit allowed for only one of F&CS 20, 21, 22. The current concepts in nutrition are presented in a lecture discussion format. Nutrition is the science which deals with the role of nutrients in the human body. Nutrition in human development from conception throughout the life cycle is emphasized.

  0564   lec        9:00AM - 12:00PM             S              M.K. MONTOYA AD 204

 

GEOGRAPHY 001                                                     3.00 Units

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY                                (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28 or its equivalent. DESCRIPTION: This course is an introductory examination of the basic physical scientific principles of geography as they relate to Earth/Sun relationships; weather; climate; land forms; soils; oil; and natural vegetation.

  0598    lec    9:00PM -  12:10PM S              M.R. CONTI                 FH 310

 

GEOGRAPHY 015                                                     2.00 Units

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LABORATORY         (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: This course will involve the student in the description, analysis, explanation, and representation of natural phenomena such as Earth/Sun relationships. NOTE: this laboratory class includes 1 hour of laboratory-lecture and 2 hours of laboratory work.

  0605    lec    12:30PM -  1:35PM S              M.R. CONTI                 FH 310

  &         lab    1:35PM -  3:40PM  S              M.R. CONTI                 FH 310

 

HEALTH 011                                                              3.00 Units

PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING              (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Emphasis is on cognitive concepts and strategies of wellness for the individuals personal community, vocational, and leadership roles.

  0641   lec        1:30PM -  4:40PM             S              B.P. RUSSELL MG 201

 

HISTORY 011                                                            3.00 Units

POLITICAL AND SOCIAL

HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I              (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Meets the State requirements and degree requirements in U.S. History, U.S. Constitution, and California State and Local Government. A survey of the political, social and constitutional history of the United States from the colonial settlements through the Civil War.

  0657   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             S              P.D. SHERIDAN JH 102

 

ITALIAN 008                                                              2.00 Units

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN            (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

PREREQUISITE: Italian 2 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.

  0693   lec         10:00AM - 12:00PM           F              R. SCHERILLO DH 307

 

LAW 001                                                     3.00 Units

BUSINESS LAW I                                           (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Lectures and class discussions relate to the logical reasoning and application of the United States, business torts and crimes, government regulation of business, contracts, fraud, duress, contractual capacity, agency, property law, and law of sales. Law 2 is required to complete the knowledge of business law.

  0728    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM F              W.I. VARGAS                HH 203

 

LAW 002                                                                      3.00 Units

BUSINESS LAW II                                          (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: This course is necessary for a well-rounded knowledge of business rules. Topics include product liability, consumer law, sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, agency commercial papers, negotiable instruments, drafts, checks, promissory notes, guarantors, co-signers, banking procedures, letters of credit, import and export, bankers’ acceptance, bill of lading, warehouse, receipt, secured transactions, insurance, bankruptcy, estates and trusts.

  0732    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM Sun           S.S. MURPHY               HH 205

 

LAW 035                                                                      3.00 Units

IMMIGRATION LAW FOR PARALEGALS  

DESCRIPTION: This course is a study of concepts of immigration law including grounds of exclusion, defenses to deportation, petitions and visa applications.  Research and writing will be emphasized in the areas of amnesty, naturalization, citizenship, international law and criminal aspects of immigration.

  0736   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             S              W.I. VARGAS HH 203

 

LIBRARY SCIENCE 102                                         1.00 Units

INTERNET RESEARCH METHODS   (csu)

 DESCRIPTION: Locate and evaluate information resources on the internet using the World Wide Web, lists, Usenet, FTP, and more.  Learn principles of information access, development of search strategies, evaluation criteria and processes, and specific Internet Search Tools. Issues regarding intellectual property, censorship, and on line publishing will be covered.

  1399    lec    11:10AM - 12:40PM                F                       A. MEZYNSKI   AD 316

  &         lab    12:40PM -  2:20PM F              A. MEZYNSKI               AD 316

  (9 Week Class - Starts 4/1/2008, Ends 5/27/2008)

 

MANAGEMENT 014                                                 3.00 Units

OFFICE MANAGEMENT  

  0804   lec         12:15PM -  3:25PM            S              M. MARTINI AD 301B

 

MARKETING 011                                                      3.00 Units

FUNDAMENTALS OF ADVERTISING                     (CSU)

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: Open to all students. Provides the student with an opportunity to explore the strategies and techniques used by small business, corporations and advertising agencies to stimulate sales.

  1333   lec        9:00AM - 12:05PM             S              A.E. EGEREGOR AD 301B

 

MATHEMATICS 105                                                3.00 Units

ARITHMETIC (NDA) 

DESCRIPTION: Open to all students.  “*” Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

  0846   lec    9:35AM - 12:45PM  F             H. CATALDO                  JH 212

  0849*  lec    12:45PM -  3:55PM  S             T. DANAKIAN                 JH 211

 

MATHEMATICS 112                                                3.00 Units

PRE-ALGEBRA (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 105 or equivalent.  NOTE: “*” Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

  0854*  lec        8:00AM - 11:10AM             F              S.E. MASON  JH 214

  0855   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             S              E. ACCAD               JH 212

 

MATHEMATICS 115                                                5.00 Units

ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA  

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 112 or equivalent.  NOTE: “*” Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

  3450   lec    7:00PM -  9:30PM   F             D.O. AKA                     JH 119

  &        lec        1:00PM -  3:30PM             S              D.O. AKA                JH 119

 

MATHEMATICS 125                                                5.00 Units

INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA  

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 115 or equivalent. Note: * Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

  3430   lec    7:00PM -  9:30PM   F             C.T. BAKER                 JH 212

  &        lec        1:00PM -  3:30PM             S              C.T. BAKER            JH 212

 

MATHEMATICS 215                                                3.00 Units

PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS I                   (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 125 or equivalent.

  0886    lec    8:50AM - 12:00PM S    A. KARAPETYAN                     JH 209

  &         lec    12:50PM -  4:00PM S   A. KARAPETYAN                      JH 209

  (6 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

 

MATHEMATICS 216                                    3.00 Units

PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS II                  (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 215 or equivalent.

  0887    lec    8:50AM - 12:00PM S        A. KARAPETYAN                 JH 209

  &         lec    12:50PM -  4:00PM S       A. KARAPETYAN                  JH 209

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2008, Ends 6/2/2008)

 

MATHEMATICS 227                                                4.00 Units

STATISTICS                                                  (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 125 or equivalent.  Note: * Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

  0851*  lec        9:35AM -  1:50PM             S              R. BADALIAN JH 215

  0842*  lec        2:00PM -  4:05PM             S              R. BADALIAN JH 310

  &*      lec        1:00PM -  3:05PM             Sun           R. BADALIAN JH 310

 

MATHEMATICS 240                                                3.00 Units

TRIGONOMETRY                                                 (CSU)

PREREQUISITE:  Mathematics 125 or equivalent and Mathematics 121 or equivalent. Note: * Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

  0900   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             S              A. DJRBASHIAN JH 120

 

MATHEMATICS 245                                                3.00 Units

COLLEGE ALGEBRA                                      (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 125 or equivalent. Note: * Denotes homework and/or tests will be done on computers.

  0902   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             S              M.A. ABAYACHI FH 119B

 

MATHEMATICS 270                                                3.00 Units

LINEAR ALGEBRA                                         (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 261 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in Mathematics 262.  DESCRIPTION: A study of vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, matrix algebra, determinants, solutions of systems of equations. 

  0903    lec    11:20AM-2:30PM    S              V.H. LEE                       JH 214

 

MATHEMATICS 275                                                3.00 Units

ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS         (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Mathematics 262 or equivalent.

  0929    lec    8:00AM - 11:10AM S              V.H. LEE                       JH 214

 

MICROBIOLOGY 020        4.00 Units

GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY        (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY:  Eligibility in English 28 or its equivalent and Introductory Chemistry.  DESCRIPTION:Students may be required to purchase or provide laboratory instructional materials. For pre-nursing and allied health students.

  8296   lec        8:00AM - 11:10AM             S              D.J. SANCHEZ LS 102

  &        lab        8:00AM - 11:10AM             F              D.J. SANCHEZ AD 314

  8297   lec        8:00AM - 11:10AM             S              D.J. SANCHEZ LS 102

  &        lab         12:00PM -  3:10PM            S              D.J. SANCHEZ AD 314

 

MUSIC 101                                                 3.00 Units

FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC                           (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: (For the non-music major.) A study of the fundamentals of music including notation, major and minor key signatures and scales, intervals, time signatures and rhythms, and triads. Some sight reading and ear training is included. Satisfies Humanities requirement.

  0934   lec         12:45PM -  3:55PM            S              K.J. KELLY             CH 204

 

MUSIC 111                           3.00 Units

MUSIC APPRECIATION I            (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: (Open to all students) (Required of Music Majors) Course offers a broad survey of musical masterpieces from the Middle Ages up to and including the 20th Century with emphasis on perceptive listening. Fulfills Humanities requirements for graduation.

  0938   lec        8:00AM - 11:10AM             F              L.L. HENDERSON CH 247

  0933   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             S              G.P. NEWTON CH 247

 

MUSIC 147                          3.00 Units

MULTICULTURAL MUSIC MATERIALS FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION      (CSU)

PREREQUISITE:  Music 130 and Child Development 3.   DESCRIPTION: This course provides an introduction to the basic concepts of multicultural education as applied to early childhood music education with a focus on varied musical arts of worldwide cultures reflected in the North American society and the development of age-appropriate teaching strategies, materials and resources.

  0925   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             S              K. COOPER CH 260

 

MUSIC 261                                                                  3.00 Units

ELECTRONIC MUSIC WORKSHOP   (RPT  2)

PREREQUISITE: Music 161 and 101, with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: This course is a workshop in advanced electro-acoustic, MIDI event and audio editing, as well as digital audio data management and synchronization. May be taken 3 times.

  8313    lec    10:00AM - 12:00PM                F                         C.M. BLAKE   FH 104

  &         lab    12:05PM -  2:15PM F              C.M. BLAKE                 FH 104

 

MUSIC 281                          3.00 Units

COMMERCIAL MUSIC TECHNIQUES I                  (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Music 201 and 161 with satisfactory grades or better.   DESCRIPTION: This is the first in a sequence of courses offering opportunity to develop techniques of music for commercial applications. Skills in the preparation of music for compact disk production, multi-media applications, audio production techniques. Songwriting and stage performance will be emphasized.

  8315    lec    10:00AM - 12:00PM                F                         C.M. BLAKE   FH 104

  &         lab    12:05PM -  2:15PM F              C.M. BLAKE                 FH 104

 

MUSIC 282                          3.00 Units

COMMERCIAL MUSIC TECHNIQUES II                 (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Music 281.  DESCRIPTION: Second in a sequence of course offering opportunity to develop techniques of music for commercial applications. More advanced skills in the preparation of music for compact disc production, multi-media applications, audio production techniques, songwriting, and stage performance will be emphasized.

  8325    lec    10:00AM - 12:00PM                F                         C.M. BLAKE   FH 104

  &         lab    12:05PM -  2:15PM F              C.M. BLAKE                 FH 104

 

MUSIC 291                          2.00 Units

MIDI INSTRUMENTS INSTRUCTION I                   (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Music 161.  ADVISORY: Music 261.   DESCRIPTION: This is a first in a sequence of courses offering opportunity to develop functional skills in MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface). Students learn to use MIDI in conjunction with Macintosh and IBM computer systems as well as other MIDI equipment.

  8407    lec    10:00AM - 11:05AM                F                         C.M. BLAKE   FH 104

  &         lab    11:05AM -  1:10PM F              C.M. BLAKE                 FH 104

 

MUSIC 292                          2.00 Units

MIDI INSTRUMENTS INSTRUCTION II                  (CSU)

PREREQUISITE:  Music 291.  DESCRIPTION: This is a continuation of the material covered in Music 291 with an emphasis on sound cards, controllers, MIDI systems, and system exclusive messages.

  8409    lec    10:00AM - 11:05AM                F                         C.M. BLAKE   FH 104

  &         lab    11:05AM -  1:10PM F              C.M. BLAKE                 FH 104

 

MUSIC 293                          2.00 Units

MIDI INSTRUMENTS INSTRUCTION III                 (CSU)

PREREQUISITE:  Music 292.  DESCRIPTION: This is a continuation of the material covered in Music 292 with emphasis on advanced techniques in MIDI data, channel-voice messages, MIDI automation, and non-registered parameters.

  8411    lec    10:00AM - 11:05AM                F                         C.M. BLAKE   FH 104

  &         lab    11:05AM -  1:10PM F              C.M. BLAKE                 FH 104

 

MUSIC 294                          2.00 Units

MIDI INSTRUMENTS INSTRUCTION IV                (CSU)

PREREQUISITE:  Music 293.   DESCRIPTION: This course is a continuing study of the material covered in Music 293 with emphasis on advanced techniques in MIDI synchronization with Digital Audio files and their use.

  8431    lec    10:00AM - 11:05AM                F                         C.M. BLAKE   FH 104

  &         lab    11:05AM -  1:10PM F              C.M. BLAKE                 FH 104

 

MUSIC 312                          1.00 Units

PIANO II (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Music 311 with a satisfactory grade or better. DESCRIPTION: Continuing instruction in basic piano skills emphasizing note reading, simple major and minor scales in quarter and eighth note patterns, triads, repertoire and memorization. Students are required to furnish their own headphones.(If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. See “auditions” box.)

  0956    lab    9:00AM - 11:05AM S              L.M. THOMAS              CH 230

 

MUSIC 313                           1.00 Units

PIANO III                       (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Music 312 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: Continued instruction in developing piano skills with increasing emphasis on note reading, major and minor scale techniques, cadences, triads, repertoire from major historical periods, and memorization. Students are required to furnish their own headphones. (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. See “auditions” box.)

  8370    lab    11:15AM -  1:20PM F              C.J. PARK                   CH 230

 

MUSIC 314                           1.00 Units

PIANO IV                       (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

PREREQUISITE: Music 313 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: Instruction in piano skills emphasizing major and minor scales, major and minor arpeggios, repertoire from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and 20th Century, and memorization. Students are required to furnish their own headphones. (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. See “auditions” box.)

  8371    lab    11:15AM -  1:20PM F              C.J. PARK                   CH 230

 

MUSIC 400                           1.00 Units

VOICE FUNDAMENTALS            (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: This course concentrates on general, basic fundamentals of singing, using vocal exercises and simple songs. Emphasis is placed on developing an understanding of the singing voice, the body as a musical instrument, and the vocal potential of each student.

  0972    lab    11:15AM -  1:20PM S              S.M. MURRAY             CH 206

 

MUSIC 401                           1.00 Units

CLASSICAL VOICE I       (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Music 400 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: A continued concentration of general basic fundamentals of singing using vocal exercises and simple arias and art songs in Italian. Italian pronunciation and vocal style will be studied. (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. Bring the music of a prepared song to the first class meeting. See “auditions” box.)

  0970    lab    9:00AM - 11:05AM F              C.L. GENGARO            CH 242

 

MUSIC 402                          1.00 Units

CLASSICAL VOICE II     (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Music 401 with a satisfactory grade or better.   DESCRIPTION: A continued concentration of general basic fundamentals of singing using vocal exercises and simple arias and art songs in German. German pronunciation and vocal style will be studied.  (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. Bring the music of a prepared song to the first class meeting. See “auditions” box.)

  8334    lab    12:30PM -  2:35PM F              W.C. ABBOTT              CH 242

 

MUSIC 403                          1.00 Units

CLASSICAL VOICE III    (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE:  Music 402 with a satisfactory grade or better. DESCRIPTION: A continued concentration of general basic fundamentals of singing using vocal exercises and simple arias and art songs in French. French pronunciation and vocal style will be studied. Because Music 402 & 403 meet together, German and French languages are emphasized on a rotating basis. This semester will be French. (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. Bring the music of a prepared song to the first class meeting. See “auditions” box.)

  8335    lab    12:30PM -  2:35PM F              W.C. ABBOTT              CH 242

 

MUSIC 431                          1.00 Units

COMMERCIAL VOICE I (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Music 400 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: A continued concentration of general basic fundamentals of singing using vocal exercises and songs selected from the commercial song literature. (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. Bring the music of a prepared song to the first class meeting. See “auditions” box.)

  0963    lab    11:15AM -  1:20PM F              C.L. GENGARO            CH 206

 

MUSIC 650                          2.00 Units

BEGINNING GUITAR      (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Designed for students with no previous musical training. Topics covered include basic positioning of hands, music notation and reading, finger picking and chord accompaniment. (Some instruments are available.)

  0965    lec    9:00AM - 10:05AM S              M. KOZUBEK               CH 260

  &         lab    10:05AM - 12:10PM                S                        M. KOZUBEK   CH 260

  0973    lec    9:00AM - 10:05AM F              C.R. SUOVANEN          CH 260

  &         lab    10:05AM - 12:10PM                F                  C.R. SUOVANEN   CH 260

 

MUSIC 651                           2.00 Units

CLASSICAL GUITAR I    (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Music 650 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: For students who wish to continue beyond the beginning level. Topics covered include reinforcement of fundamental music reading, right and left hand playing techniques, and performance of elementary solo guitar compositions. (Student must provide acoustic guitar.) (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. See “auditions” box.)

  8354    lec    9:00AM - 10:05AM S              K.G. LEWIS                  CH 242

  &         lab    10:05AM - 12:10PM                S                           K.G. LEWIS   CH 242

 

MUSIC 652                          2.00 Units

CLASSICAL GUITAR II   (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE:  Music 651 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: This course is for intermediate level students who want to progress further into more complex and technically demanding compositions. Greater playing skill is achieved through performance and evaluation of numerous exercises and solos. (Student must provide acoustic guitar.) (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. See “auditions” box.)

  8355    lec    9:00AM - 10:05AM S              K.G. LEWIS                  CH 242

  &         lab    10:05AM - 12:10PM                S                           K.G. LEWIS   CH 242

 

MUSIC 653                          2.00 Units

CLASSICAL GUITAR III (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Music 652 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: Intermediate to advanced students probe deeper into analysis and performance practices of the classical guitarist. Compositions of greater harmonic and technical complexity are evaluated and performed. (Student must provide acoustic guitar.) (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. See “auditions” box.)

  8356    lec    12:45PM -  1:55PM S              G. NEWTON                 CH 242

  &         lab    1:55PM -  3:55PM  S              G. NEWTON                 CH 242

 

MUSIC 654                          2.00 Units

CLASSICAL GUITAR IV             (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Music 653 with a satisfactory or better.  DESCRIPTION: Advanced compositions incorporating the full range of classical guitar techniques are analyzed, prepared and performed at this level. Musicianship and aesthetics of music are considered in depth. Ensembles of various sizes prepare and perform music from all eras. (Student must provide acoustic guitar.) (If prerequisite is not met, enrollment is subject to audition. See “auditions” box.)

  8357   lec         12:45PM -  1:55PM            S              G. NEWTON CH 242

  &        lab        1:55PM -  3:55PM             S              G. NEWTON CH 242

 

PHILOSOPHY 001                                       3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY                  (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY:  English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: The following questions and their relevance to our daily lives will be discussed:  Does life have meaning?  Does God exist?  Do we possess free will?  What is truth?  What is the good life?

  1065   lec         10:00AM - 11:30AM           FS            C.J. LOPEZ            HH 202

 

PHOTOGRAPHY 007        3.00 Units

EXPLORING DIGITAL  PHOTOGRAPHY  

ADVISORY: English 28/31 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: A practical course in the uses and applications of professional digital cameras.  Camera controls and elements of composition will be stressed.  Professional digital cameras may be provided by the department for student use. Students may use their own cameras to supplement assignments. Owning a digital camera is not a requirement.

  1087   lec        9:35AM - 12:45PM             S              M.C. TSAI              FH 4

 

PHOTOGRAPHY 010        3.00 Units

BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY      (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: Concurrent enrollment in Photography 28 and English 28/31.   DESCRIPTION: First meeting of the semester is lecture class. DO NOT attend Lab class. An introductory class in basic 35mm single lens reflex camera, composition and black and white printing.

  1090    lec    9:35AM - 11:40AM F              S.C. LUTZ                       FH 4

  &         lab    12:55PM -  4:00PM F              S.C. LUTZ                     FH 10

 

PHOTOGRAPHY 028         1.00 Units

LABORATORY   PROCESSES   (RPT  3)

ADVISORY: English 28/31 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: Register for, but DO NOT attend this class until you are advised to do so by the instructor of your primary Photography class (such as Photo 10 or Photo 1).

  8458    lab    12:55PM -  4:00PM F              S.C. LUTZ                     FH 10

 

PHOTOGRAPHY 046        3.00 Units

Photographic Digital Imaging/ Introduction to Photoshop  

Art and cinema majors: please see instructor prior to enrollment.  ADVISORY: English 28/31 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: This digital imaging course incorporates the use of computers and photo digitizing software to alter, enhance, and create new images that can be output to film and print media.

  1096    lec    9:35AM - 11:40AM F              L.N. OKAMURA            CC 147

  &         lab    12:55PM -  4:05PM F              L.N. OKAMURA            CC 147

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 102                        1.00 Units

SWIMMING SKILLS                          (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

  2100    lab    8:00AM - 10:05AM S              M.E. COULEHAN      MG POOL

  2103    lab    10:10AM - 12:15PM                S                  M.E. COULEHAN   MG POOL

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 225         1.00 Units

YOGA SKILLS               (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

  2120    lab    8:00AM - 10:05AM F              L. SINGER                   WG 206

  2124    lab    8:00AM - 10:05AM S              P. ECKLER                  WG 202

  2116   lab    10:00AM - 12:15PM                S                           P. ECKLER   WG 202

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 228         1.00 Units

INDIVIDUAL AND DUAL ACTIVITIES -

BODY CONDITIONING    (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

  2125    lab    8:00AM - 10:05AM F              STAFF                        WG 202

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 230         1.00 Units

WEIGHT TRAINING SKILLS        (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

  2115    lab    7:00AM -  9:05AM  F              J.E. DIETRICH             MG 108

  2112    lab    7:00AM -  9:05AM  S              R.C. HOROWITZ          MG 108

  2129    lab    9:15AM - 11:20PM F              J.E. DIETRICH             MG 108

  2113    lab    9:15AM - 11:20PM S              R.C. HOROWITZ          MG 108

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 299         1.00 Units

STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES THROUGH MOVEMENT    (UC:CSU)  (RPT  3)

  2128    lab    11:10AM -  1:15PM F              L. SINGER                   WG 202

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 639         1.00 Units

HATHA YOGA   (RPT  3)

  2236    lab    10:35AM - 12:40PM                F                                              WG 206

 

PHYSIOLOGY 001                                       4.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY     (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Anatomy 1. ADVISORY:  English 21 or its equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: For pre-nursing, radiation technology, medical techs, pre-professional students and allied health students. Students may be required to purchase or provide laboratory instructional materials. Presents general principles of physiology with special emphasis upon the human body.                         

  8491   lec        8:00AM - 11:10AM             F              K. KHOLLESI LS 102

  &         lab    8:00AM - 11:10AM S              K. KHOLLESI                 LS 209

  8492    lec    8:00AM - 11:10AM F              K. KHOLLESI                 LS 102

  &         lab    12:00PM -  3:10PM F              K. KHOLLESI                 LS 209

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 001                            3.00 Units

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent.

  1124   lec        1:00PM -  4:10PM             S              S. SANCHEZ JH 102

 

PSYCHOLOGY 001                                      3.00 Units

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I                             (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY:  English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: A general introduction to the scientific study of human behavior. An emphasis is placed upon learning, motivation, intelligence, feelings and emotions, personality, and methods of adjustment.         

  1144    lec    9:00AM -  12:05PM S              RASHTIAH                    HH 104

  1516    lec    9:00AM - 12:05PM F              Staff                             HH 104

  &         lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  F              Staff                             HH 104

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/5/2008, Ends 5/31/2008)

 

PSYCHOLOGY 014           3.00 Units

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY        (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Psychology 1.  DESCRIPTION: An overview of abnormal behavior from the perspective of contemporary medical, psycho-social, and socio-cultural approaches. Abnormal disorders are described, and their major causes and treatment are reviewed.        

  1164   lec        1:00PM -  4:10PM             S              B. REINAUER HH 101

 

PSYCHOLOGY 027           1.00 Units

ONLINE AND SOFTWARE RESOURCES FOR HUMAN SERVICES  

DESCRIPTION: This course provides Human Services majors with a basic introduction to pertinent computer resources currently being utilized by human services professionals. Hands-on training will allow students to become familiar with software and online resources commonly being used.

  1181    lec    8:00AM -  5:00PM  S              A.B. BALDWIN               HH 101

  (2 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2008, Ends 4/19/2008)

 

PSYCHOLOGY 041           3.00 Units

LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY:

FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE    (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE:  Psychology 1.   DESCRIPTION: This course familiarizes the student with physical, cognitive and social growth and change affecting individuals during their many life stages. Periods examined include prenatal, neonatal, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age.

  1175    lec    9:00AM - 12:15PM S              M.M. CRAIG                 HH 104

 

PSYCHOLOGY 064            3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: This course is an introduction to the: physiology and psychopharmacology of drugs and alcohol, theories of addiction, historical overview of treatment, drug classification, social policy and drug abuse, and the issues of relapse, rehabilitation and recovery.

  1174   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             S              G.B. WHITE  HH 105

 

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 140                       3.00 Units

RADIATION PROTECTION AND BIOLOGY  

PREREQUISITE:   Radiologic Technology 102.   ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: The effects of radiation on human tissue is explored utilizing lectures and laboratory presentations. Radiation Protection principles are emphasized.

  1199   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             F              J.G. RADTKE   RT 5

 

REAL ESTATE 001                                      3.00 Units

REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES                                 (CSU)

Open to all students.  ADVISORY: English 28.  DESCRIPTION: This course is required for the California Real Estate examination. A beginning course in real estate fundamentals and principles, including real estate economics, terminology and definitions, real estate law, building and construction, real estate investment, and vocational opportunities in real estate.

  1205   lec        9:00AM - 12:00PM             S              R.L. ANDERSON AD 306

 

REAL ESTATE 003                                      3.00 Units

REAL ESTATE PRACTICES                                 (CSU)

Open to all students.  ADVISORY:  English 28 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: A practice study of the principles, economic aspects, and laws of real estate, including the information encumbrances, agencies, contracts, financing, appraisals, escrow and title, leases, urban economics, taxation, and vocational careers.

  1207   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             S              M.R. EISENBERG AD 303

 

REAL ESTATE 014            3.00 Units

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT        (CSU)

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

  1206   lec         12:15PM -  3:15PM            S              R.L. ANDERSON AD 306

 

SPANISH 021                     3.00 Units

FUNDAMENTALS OF SPANISH I                     (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28/31 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Introduces the fundamentals of Spanish pronunciation and grammar structure. Offers practical material for simple conversation based on every day experiences. Spanish 21 and Spanish 22 together are equivalent to Spanish 1.   Class meets 3.5 hours; 3 hours lecture and half hour TBA in the Language Lab, DH 319.

  1244    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM F              R. CASTILLO                DH 309

  &         lec    0:25 hrs/wk           TBA          Staff                             DH 319

  1243    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM S              S.R. ZAMORA              DH 308

  &         lec    0:25 hrs/wk           TBA          Staff                             DH 319

 

SPANISH 022                     3.00 Units

FUNDAMENTALS OF SPANISH II                    (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Spanish 21 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Class meets 3.5 hours; 3 hours lecture and half hour TBA in the Language Lab, DH 319.  

  1242    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM S              M. VILLEGAS                DH 309

  &         lec    0:25 hrs/wk           TBA          Staff                             DH 319

 

SPEECH 071                                                               

3.00 Units

SPEAKING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE I (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE:  ESL 3A/3B/3C with a satisfactory grade or appropriate ESL placement score.   May not be taken concurrently with any other speech class.  COREQUISITE: Students in  Speech 71 must also enroll in Speech 60A.  DESCRIPTION: A level four course for persons who use English as a second language. Stresses the most common words in English, their pronunciation and usage.

  0538    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  F              Y.C. MAYO                   FH 121

 

SPEECH 072                        3.00 Units

SPEAKING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE II (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE:  Completion of Speech 71, or appropriate ESL placement score and concurrent enrollment in ESL 5A and 5B.  May not be taken concurrently with any other speech class.  CO-REQUISITE: Students must also enroll in 60B. DESCRIPTION: A level five course for persons who use English as a second language.  Stresses expanding vocabulary utilizing the most common English words, their pronunciation and usage, along with usage of idomatic expression, figurative language, etc. Develops skills in listening.

  1318    lec    1:00PM -  4:10PM  S              R. HUETE                    FH 121

 

SPEECH 073                        3.00 Units

SPEAKING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE III (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Speech 72 or appropriate ESL placement score and concurrent enrollment in ESL 6A.   May not be taken concurrently with any other speech class.  DESCRIPTION: A level six intensive Speech course for persons who use English as a second language who may have adequate reading and grammatical skills but need more help in articulation, punctuation, and oral composition.

  0540   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             S              N.C. AUGUSTE FH 229

 

SPEECH 101                        3.00 Units

ORAL COMMUNICATION I          (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 28/31 with a satisfactory grade, or appropriate placement score.  ADVISORY:  ESL students are strongly advised to complete Speech Communication 111 and 113 with a satisfactory grade or better.  DESCRIPTION: Instruction in the principles, practice and delivery of effective original speeches. Meets AA degree and CSU transfer certification requirements in oral communication.

  1515   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             F              Y.C. MAYO             FH 123

  1254   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             S              M.T. WHITWORTH FH 121

  1261   lec        1:00PM -  4:00PM             F              A. EIDADU              FH 123

  1514   lec        1:00PM -  4:10PM             S              E. DAVIS                FH 121

  3599   lec   6:50PM - 10:00PM  F             H.T. HAAS                              FH 121

 

SPEECH 104                       3.00 Units

ARGUMENTATION         (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Speech Communication 101 with a satisfactory grade.  ADVISORY: English 101 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: A critical thinking class in logical reasoning strategies of argument and rational thinking skills to construct and analyze arguments. Meets AA degree and transfer requirements in critical and analytic thinking. Speech 101 is advised prior to Speech 104.

  3624   lec   6:50PM - 10:00PM  Sun         J.S. DUNPHY               FH 121

 

SPEECH 113                        3.00 Units

ENGLISH SPEECH

AS A SECOND LANGUAGE        (CSU)(RPT  1)

CO-REQUISITE: Speech 99/60D. ADVISORY: Speech 73 and ESL 6A with a satisfactory grade or appropriate placement score. DESCRIPTION: For speakers of English as a second language.  May be taken twice for credit. May NOT be taken concurrently with any other Speech class.  Stresses the speaking of standard American English, including pronunciation, diacritics and/or phonetics, dictionary use, idiomatic expressions, phraseology, rhythm, inflection, and vocabulary building.

  1273   lec        9:00AM - 12:10PM             F              S. MACPHERSON FH 121

 

THEATER 338   (pENDING APPROVAL)       3.00 Units

introduction to design: theatre, film & television

DESCRIPTION: View selected theater, film, and television productions, analyze the design and compositional elements and prepare collage responses related to color, texture, line rhythm, balance and more as well as studying the architectural spaces of story telling, from the proscenium arch to the sound stage.

  1318   lec         9:50AM - 1:00PM              F              K.L. MORRISSEY BUNG X

 

 

WILSHIRE CENTER


LACC Wilshire Center is minutes from the main campus on Wilshire near Normandie and can be reached by bus or train.

3550 Wilshire Center | (213) 805-4230

 

ALSO SEE ENGLISH LITERACY & WORKFORCE CLASSES

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 002           3.00 Units

EARLY CHILDHOOD: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES (CSU)

CO-REQUISITE: English 28 or 31, or equivalent and Child Development 1. Verification of Mantoux test (or chest X-Ray) is required.   DESCRIPTION: A survey course which compares and analyzes historical as well as current models of early childhood programs. Principles of developmentally appropriate practices and learning environments will be discussed. Early childhood strategies that support physical, social, and cognitive development and that led to desired learning outcomes will be identified. Professional development and career paths based upon CA Child Development Permit Matrix will be discussed.

This section taught bilingually in English & Korean

  4714    lec    6:00PM -  9:10PM  T              J.H. CHOI                       WC 1

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 003                                  3.00 Units

CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN I         (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 1 and 2 with a satisfactory grade, and English 28 or 31 or equivalent with satisfactory grade.   DESCRIPTION: Students develop and implement creative curriculum for young children. Activities include: sensorimotor, manipulative, art, music, movement, and dramatic play experiences. Emphasis is on environments that promote creativity and the role of the teacher. Enrollment recommended in CD84 or 85: Child Development Labs, one hour TBA a week to develop activities and lessons.

These  sections  taught bilingually in English & Korean

  4711    lec    9:30AM - 12:40PM W             J.H. CHOI                       WC 1

 

ENGLISH 021                       3.00 Units

ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) 

PREREQUISITE: English 20, ESL 6A or appropriate placement score.  CO-REQUISITE: Students in English 21 must also enroll in English 67, Writing Laboratory. ADVISORY: English 68, Reading Laboratory.  DESCRIPTION:  Introduction to English fundamentals, focusing on grammar, reading, and writing skills, with additional individual tutoring and writing practice in the Writing Center of the English/ESL Department.

  4704    lec    6:00PM -  9:10PM  TTh          G.G. PATTHEY CHAVEZ  WC 1

 

ENGLISH 028                       3.00 Units

INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION  

PREREQUISITE:  English 21,  ESL 6A or appropriate placement score.  ADVISORIES: English 67, Writing Laboratory and English 68, Reading Laboratory. DESCRIPTION: Provides instruction in techniques of college level writing. It emphasizes grammar, essay writing, and reading assignments which reinforce writing skills.

(8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2007, Ends 04/05/2007)

  4705    lec    6:00PM -  9:10PM  MW           G. MARDIRUSSIAN          WC 1

 

ENGLISH 067                       0.50 Units

WRITING LABORATORY (NDA)  (RPT  3)

DESCRIPTION: Individual help in improving college writing: organization, clarity, and mechanics. Enroll through 12th week of semester by Add Card.

  4706    lab    1:05 hrs/wk           TBA          P. ROSE                         WC 2

(8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2007, Ends 04/04/2007)

 

ENGLISH 101                                                             3.00 Units

COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I      (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 28/31 or appropriate placement score.   ADVISORY: English 67 or 68.   DESCRIPTION: English 101 is a transferable course that develops proficiency in college-level reading and writing through practice of critical thinking and well-developed expository writing.

  4789    lec   6:30PM - 10:00PM  M            Staff                               WC 3

  &         lec    6:30PM - 10:00PM W             Staff                                WC 3

(8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2008, Ends 04/05/2008)

  4788    lec    6:00PM -  9:10PM  MW           A.Y. SINGLETON             WC 3

(8 Week Class - Starts 4/7/2008, Ends 6/2/2008)

 

ENGLISH 103                      3.00 Units

COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING      (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: English 101 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Development of logical, argumentative, and analytical thinking through examination of written and other types of cultural texts.

  (9  Week Class - Starts 04/07/2008, Ends 06/02/2008)

  4701    lec    6:00PM -  9:10PM  MW           Staff                                WC 1

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 005A    6.00 Units

WRITING AND GRAMMAR  

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 4A or appropriate placement score.Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 5B and Speech 72 (see the Speech section for more information).

  4708    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM MTWTh     J.M. RYAN                     WC 3

(8 Week Class - Starts 02/04/2008, Ends 04/05/2008)

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 006A    6.00 Units

WRITING AND GRAMMAR  

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 5A or appropriate placement score.Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 6B and Speech 73 (see the Speech section for more information).  

  4737    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM MTWTh     J.M. RYAN                     WC 3

 

REAL ESTATE 001                                      3.00 Units

REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES                                 (CSU)

Open to all students.  ADVISORY: English 28.  DESCRIPTION: This course is required for the California Real Estate examination. A beginning course in real estate fundamentals and principles, including real estate economics, terminology and definitions, real estate law, building and construction, real estate investment, and vocational opportunities in real estate.

  4716    lec   6:00PM -  9:10PM   M            K.C. LANZER                 WC 2

 

REAL ESTATE 003                                      3.00 Units

REAL ESTATE PRACTICES                                 (CSU)

Open to all students.  ADVISORY:  English 28 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: A practice study of the principles, economic aspects, and laws of real estate, including the information encumbrances, agencies, contracts, financing, appraisals, escrow and title, leases, urban economics, taxation, and vocational careers.

  4717    lec    6:00PM -  9:10PM  T              N. PARSAKAR                WC 2

 

REAL ESTATE 005            3.00 Units

LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE I                   (CSU)

Open to all students.   ADVISORY: English 28.  DESCRIPTION: Legal background for those who plan to take the state examination which is required in order to obtain a license to be a real estate salesperson or broker, including principles of property ownership and management in their business aspects, with special reference to the law of California as it applies to community property, deeds, trust deeds, mortgages, leases, brokerage, mechanic’s liens, homesteads, wills, and estates.

  4718    lec    6:00PM -  9:10PM  W             A. ANSARI                      WC 4

 

REAL ESTATE 007            3.00 Units

REAL ESTATE FINANCE I          (CSU)

Open to all students.  ADVISORY:  English 28 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: A study of the forms and sources of financing real property, including purchase, construction, refinance, and other creative permanent financing. Also included is an assessment of the procedures for obtaining government sponsored financing  through FHA, DVA, and Cal-Vet.  The various loan services being used in the market place will be evaluated including banks, savings and loans, insurance companies, mortgage brokers/bankers, pensions, credit unions, and private parties.

  4712    lec   6:00PM -  9:10PM   Th           L. SHORT                       WC 4

 

SPANISH 021                     3.00 Units

FUNDAMENTALS OF SPANISH I                     (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28/31 or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Introduces the fundamentals of Spanish pronunciation and grammar structure. Offers practical material for simple conversation based on every day experiences. Spanish 21 and Spanish 22 together are equivalent to Spanish 1.   Class meets 3.5 hours; 3 hours lecture and half hour TBA in the Language Lab, DH 319.

  4715    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM S              Staff                                WC 3


 

ENGLISH LITERACY & CITIZENSHIP

The LACC English Literacy Program and Citizenship Center provides FREE non-credit classes in ESL, Speech Interview Skills, Citizenship Preparation, Civics Participation and Vocational ESL.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: (323) 953-4000 EXT. 2230
AD 100J OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Mon-Thurs
8:00 am to 3:00 pm, Friday
9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Saturday

CITIZENSHIP 010CE                                   0.00 Units

CITIZENSHIP THROUGH ENGLISH - 1 (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  5702   lec         1:05 hrs/wk       TBA    A. CHESHMEDZHYAN      WKFC 2A

  8720   lec        9:00AM - 10:05AM             S              A. AMARO              WKFC 2B

 

CITIZENSHIP 013CE                                               0.00 Units

CITIZENSHIP THROUGH ENGLISH - 4 (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  5707   lec    3:00PM -  6:10PM   W            K.B. BEAUFAIT           LIB 118

  5708   lec    5:00PM -  8:10PM   W            C.J. ABRAMS          WKFC 2A

  5709    lec    6:30 hrs/wk           TBA          P.H. PARK             OFF CAMP

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

  5711    lec    6:30 hrs/wk           TBA          Staff                       OFF CAMP

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2008, Ends 6/2/2008)

  5712    lec    3:10 hrs/wk           TBA                                         WKFC 2A

  8701    lec    7:00PM - 10:10PM W             A. AMARO             OFF CAMP

  8703    lec    8:30AM - 12:05PM FS            J.I. RODRIGUEZ        WKFC 2B

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 3/29/2008)

  8712    lec    8:30AM - 11:40AM FS            J.I. RODRIGUEZ        WKFC 2A

  (8 Week Class - Starts 3/31/2008, Ends 5/31/2008)

  8714    lec    8:00AM - 11:00AM S              Z. LIN                       WKFC 2A

 

CITIZENSHIP 014CE                                               0.00 Units

CITIZENSHIP THROUGH ENGLISH - 5 (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  5703   lec    4:00PM -  7:10PM   Th           A. AMARO                             OFF CAMP

  5704   lec         5:10 hrs/wk       TBA         P.H. PARK              OFF CAMP

  5706   lec    5:00PM -  8:10PM   F             CHEVANE                WKFC 2A

  8702   lec         6:30 hrs/wk       TBA         A. AMARO              OFF CAMP

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/5/2008, Ends 3/30/2008)

  8717    lec    3:20 hrs/wk           TBA          A. AMARO                WKFC 2B

 

CITIZENSHIP 015CE                                               0.00 Units

CITIZENSHIP THROUGH ENGLISH - 6 (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  5710   lec         3:10 hrs/wk       TBA         A. AMARO                 WKFC 2B

  8704   lec         10:30AM -  1:40PM            S              A. AMARO              HH 6

 

 

CE ESL 015CE                                            0.00 Units

CITIZENSHIP THROUGH ENGLISH - 6 (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  8709    lec    3:10 hrs/wk           TBA          A. CHESHMEDZHYAN WKFC 2B

 

CE ESL 006CE                                                           0.00 Units

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 0 (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  8700    lec    8:30AM - 12:45PM MTW         L. KALLEN                WKFC 2B

 

CE ESL 031CE                                                           0.00 Units

LEARNING SKILLS AMNESTY ESL/CIVICS 1 (NDA) 

  8716    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM TTh          R. LOPEZ                 WKFC 7C

 

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 001CE 0.00 Units

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - BEGINNING I (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  8713    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM T              Staff                              LS 110

  8718    lec    9:00AM - 12:05PM S              Staff                          WKFC 7D

  8723    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM MW           JOSHI                             WC 4

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 4/05/2008)

  8726    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM MW           JOSHI                             WC 4

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/07/2008, Ends 6/02/2008)

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 002CE 0.00 Units

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - BEGINNING II (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  8719    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM TTh          JOSHI                             WC 4

  (8 Week Class - Starts 4/07/2008, Ends 6/2/2008)

  8727    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM TTh          JOSHI                             WC 4

  (8 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 4/07/2008)

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 006CE 0.00 Units

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 0 (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  5705   lec    5:00PM -  8:10PM   MW         M. SARKISSYAN      WKFC 7D

  &       lec    5:00PM -  8:30PM   TTh          M. SARKISSYAN      WKFC 7D

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 007CE 0.00 Units

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 1 (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  5701   lec    5:00PM -  8:10PM   MTWTh    LANBERG                              WKFC 7D

  8711   lec    9:00AM -  1:15PM   MWF        Staff                          WKFC 2A

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 008CE 0.00 Units

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - 2 (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  8706    lec    10:00AM -  1:05PM MTWTh     P. FRIEDRICH           WKFC 2A

 

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 031CE 0.00 Units

LEARNING SKILLS AMNESTY ESL/CIVICS 1 (NDA) 

  8705    lec    9:00AM -  3:30PM  S              C.J. ABRAMS           WKFC 7C

  8707    lec    9:00AM - 12:10PM MW           R. LOPEZ                 WKFC 7C

                8715         lec            8:00AM -  2:30PM      S              Z. LIN       WKFC 2A

 

WORKFORCE READINESS ACADEMY

Workforce classes are designed to quickly get students on the first step of a career ladder.
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2230 | AD100J

CAREER DEVELOPMENT SKILLS

Retail - Regular Term                             Wilshire Center

 

voc ed 241ce                                           0.00 units

getting to know your customer                       

8845      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 233ce                                           0.00 units

completing the sale

8846      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 235ce                                           0.00 units

customer service smarts                                   

8847      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 232ce                                           0.00 units

closing the sale

8848      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 237ce                                           0.00 units

strategies in meeting your customer

8849      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 234ce                                           0.00 units

explaining features & benefits                         

8850      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

CAREER DEVELOPMENT SKILLS

Retail - Regular Term           LACC Workforce Bungalow

 

voc ed 241ce                                           0.00 units

getting to know your customer                       

8851      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

voc ed 233ce                                           0.00 units

completing the sale

8852      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

voc ed 235ce                                           0.00 units

customer service smarts                                   

8853      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

voc ed 232ce                                           0.00 units

closing the sale

8854      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

voc ed 237ce                                           0.00 units

strategies in meeting your customer

8855      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

voc ed 234ce                                           0.00 units

explaining features & benefits                         

8856      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

CAREER DEVELOPMENT SKILLS

Hospitality - Regular Term                      Wilshire Center

 

voc ed 242ce                                           0.00 units

banquet server                                                    

8857      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 243ce                                           0.00 units

front desk representative                                

8858      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 250ce                                           0.00 units

guestroom attendant                                         

8859      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 247ce                                           0.00 units

kitchen steward skills                                       

8860      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 248ce                                           0.00 units

maintenance employee skills                             

8861      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 249ce                                           0.00 units

restaurant server skills                                  

8862      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

voc ed 244ce                                           0.00 units

public space cleaner                                           

8863      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

 

VOC ED 249CE                                           0.00 Units

RESERVATIONIST SKILLS TRAINING

8864      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                                WC 2

 

WORKPLACE SUCCESS

 

voc ed 238CE                                           0.00 Units

BLUEPRINT FOR WORKPLACE SUCCESS (NDA)  (RPT  9)

  8708    lec    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          J.I. RODRIGUEZ     OFF CAMP

  8721    lec    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          K. MARTI                 WKFC 7C

  8722    lec    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          K. MARTI                 WKFC 7C

  8724    lec    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          K. MARTI                 WKFC 7C

  8725    lec    2:05 hrs/wk           TBA          K. MARTI                 WKFC 7C

 

  8729    lec    8:00AM - 12:35PM  TWThF      E. SORRELL           JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 2/15/2008)

8737      lec    8:00AM - 12:35PM TWThF      Staff                       JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 2/15/2008)

8869      lec    9 hrs/wk               TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2A

  (Starts 2/4/2008, Ends 2/28/2008)

  8730    lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      E. SORRELL           JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 2/19/2008, Ends 2/29/2008)

  8738    lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      Staff                       JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 2/19/2008, Ends 2/29/2008)

 

8870      lec    9 hrs/wk               TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2A

  (Starts 3/1/2008, Ends 3/31/2008)

8746      lec    7:05 hrs/wk           TBA          D.M. WERBLE           WKFC 2B

  (5 Week Class - Starts 3/3/2008, Ends 3/31/2008)

8745      lec    7:00PM -  9:20PM  TTh          Y. ALPAY               OFF CAMP

  (7 Week Class - Starts 3/4/2008, Ends 4/25/2008)

  8731    lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      E. SORRELL           JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 3/4/2008, Ends 3/14/2008)

8739      lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      Staff                       JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 3/4/2008, Ends 3/14/2008)

  8732    lec    8:00AM -  1:05PM  TWThF      E. SORRELL           JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 3/18/2008, Ends 3/28/2008)

  8740    lec    8:00AM -  1:05PM  TWThF      Staff                       JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 3/18/2008, Ends 3/28/2008)

 

8871      lec    9 hrs/wk               TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2A

  (Starts 4/1/2008, Ends 4/30/2008)

  8733    lec    8:00AM -  4:50PM  TWThF      E. SORRELL           JOB CORP

  (1 Week Class - Starts 4/1/2008, Ends 4/11/2008)

8741      lec    8:00AM -  8:30AM  TWThF      Staff                       JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 4/1/2008, Ends 4/11/2008)

  8734    lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      E. SORRELL           JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 4/15/2008, Ends 4/25/2008)

8742      lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      Staff                       JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 4/15/2008, Ends 4/25/2008)

  8743    lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      Staff                       JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 4/29/2008, Ends 5/9/2008)

  8735    lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      E. SORRELL           JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 4/29/2008, Ends 5/9/2008)

 

8872      lec    9 hrs/wk               TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2A

  (Starts 5/1/2008, Ends 5/31/2008)

  8736    lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      E. SORRELL           JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 5/13/2008, Ends 5/23/2008)

  8744    lec    8:00AM - 12:15PM TWThF      Staff                       JOB CORP

  (2 Week Class - Starts 5/13/2008, Ends 5/23/2008)

 

VOC ED 001CE                                           0.00 Units

BLUEPRINT FOR WORKPLACE SUCCESS

8721      lec    2 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

8722      lec    2 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

VOC ED 239CE                                           0.00 Units

BLUEPRINT FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE

8760      lec    1 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

8769      lec    1 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

CAREER DEVELOPMENT SKILLS

Hospitality - Regular Term                      Wilshire Center

 

VOC ED 230CE                                           0.00 Units

30 WAYS TO SHINE AS A NEW EMPLOYEE

8761      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

8770      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

8865      lec    1 hr/wk                 TBA          E. SORRELL          Off Campus

8866      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                         Job Corps

8867      lec    .33 min/wk            TBA          Staff                         Job Corps

 

8873      lec    1.5 hrs/wk            TBA          K. MARTI                     LIB 108

  (2 Week Class - Starts 2/1/2008, Ends 2/15/2008)

8874      lec    1.5 hrs/wk            TBA          K. MARTI                     LIB 108

  (2 Week Class - Starts 2/16/2008, Ends 2/28/2008)

8875      lec    1.5 hrs/wk            TBA          K. MARTI                     LIB 108

  (2 Week Class - Starts 3/1/2008, Ends 3/15/2008)

8876      lec    1.5 hrs/wk            TBA          K. MARTI                     LIB 108

  (2 Week Class - Starts 3/16/2008, Ends 3/31/2008)

8877      lec    1.5 hrs/wk            TBA          K. MARTI                     LIB 108

  (2 Week Class - Starts 4/1/2008, Ends 4/15/2008)

8878      lec    1.5 hrs/wk            TBA          K. MARTI                     LIB 108

  (2 Week Class - Starts 4/16/2008, Ends 4/30/2008)

8879      lec    1.5 hrs/wk            TBA          K. MARTI                     LIB 108

  (2 Week Class - Starts 5/1/2008, Ends 5/15/2008)

8880      lec    1.5 hrs/wk            TBA          K. MARTI                     LIB 108

  (2 Week Class - Starts 5/16/2008, Ends 5/31/2008)

 

 

FUNDAMENTALS

 

VOC ED 003CE                                           0.00 Units

REVIEW OF MATH FUNDAMENTALS

8797      lec    3 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

8798      lec    3 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

8799      lec    3 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

VOC ED 006CE                                           0.00 Units

REVIEW OF BASIC ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS

8820      lec    3 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

VOC ED 007CE                                           0.00 Units

REVIEW OF MATH FUNDAMENTALS

8762      lec    2 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

 

VOC ED 055CE                                           0.00 Units

VOCATIONAL ENGLISH  AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

8759      lec    3 hrs/wk                TBA          Staff                          WKFC 2B

8768         lec            3 hrs/wk    TBA          Staff          WKFC 2B

 

ACT


ACT (Accelerated College Transfer)
was specifically created for working adults, like you, who are ready to commit themselves to success. The ACT program is available

OFF-CAMPUS at work sites and K-12 schools around the city. We bring the enrollment materials and required books to you.

 

LACC ACT Website

 

To find a location near you or to bring ACT to your workplace or local community center, contact: Dr. Merrill Eastcott, Academic Affairs (323) 953-4000 ext. 2058.  act.lacitycollege.edu
 

What does ACT offer?

ACT’s approach to curriculum and scheduling classes complements rather than complicates our student’s lives.

> Faculty & Staff Dedicated to Your Success

> Accelerated Courses

> 2 Nights per week + 1 Saturday per month

> Graduation in Just 2 Years

> Successful Transfer to a University


 

SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION
 

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a form of peer tutoring and mentoring offered to students enrolled in historically difficult courses.  It is an academic assistance program that increases student performance and retention.  It has proven effective in helping students earn higher final course grades than students not participating in the program. 

 

An SI mentor (a student selected by the instructor who has previously taken the course and demonstrated proficiency in the subject matter) provides students with supplemental information on lectures, tests and assignments.  Mentors attend every class session and conduct three to five, fifty minute study groups each week at times convenient to the majority of students to review lecture material.  Sessions normally occur in or near the course classroom instead of in a learning center.  Sessions are attended on a voluntary basis and students are not segregated based on academic ability. Since SI is introduced on the first day of classes and is open to all students in the class, its in no way viewed as remedial. Mentors may also be reached via telephone or e-mail and provide students with supplemental information.

 

Below, is a list of Spring 2008 classes with Supplemental Instruction. So, take advantage of SI sections by enrolling early!  These sections are identified in the schedule of classes by a note stating “Special tutorial assistance available in section.”

 

SECTION        CLASS                             PROFESSOR

8001                Anatomy 1                        Staff       

8003                Anatomy 1                        Staff        

5002                Anatomy 1                        Cenquizca

0229                Biology 3                          Garcia

5036                Chemistry 60                    Torres

8076                Chemistry 68                    Baghdasarian

8078                Chemistry 68                    Carter

0304                CSIT 101                         Tichnell

0310                CSIT 101                         Tavakoli

0327                CSIT 101                         Dakduk                   

0449/0498       English 21/28                   Martinez

0433/0557       English 28                        Lapp

0425/0426       English 28                        Zimbler

3227                English 101                      Stevenson

0454/0487       English 101                      Saldana

0141/8503       English 101                      Nishimura

0457                English 101                      Kincaid

1501/0448       English 101/103               Menton

0450/8139       English 102                      Muller                    

 0467               English 102                      Manos

0544                ESL 5A                            Sotiriou

0551                ESL 6A                            Gordon

3310                French 1                          Rozenkopf

0654                History 11                        Moon

0658                History 11                        Britton

0699                Japanese 1                      Fukushima

0863                Math 115                          Kendis

0868                Math 115                          Zambrano

 

SECTION        CLASS                             PROFESSOR

0866               MATH 115                    NIKOLAYCHUK

0861                MATH 115                   MAGEE

3417               MATH 125                    LEE, V

0923                MATH 125                   KAVIANI

0877                MATH 125                    PAHL

0880                MATH 125                    KENDIS

0876                MATH 125                   PLOTQUIN

0882                MATH 125                   WINDSOR

0924                MATH 125                    MARDIROSIAN

3415                MATH 125                    SALAZAR

3418                MATH 227                    SOW

0851                MATH 227                    BADALIAN

0930                MICROBIOLOGY 20      HICKS