CHEMISTRY
Chair: John Freitas, CHEM105A (323) 953-4000 ext 2600
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/chemistry/chemweb/


Chemistry Prerequisites are electronically enforced for all Chemistry courses. Please see the course descriptions for specific information about prerequisite courses. Students who have completed prerequisites outside of the Los Angeles Community College District must bring proof of prerequisite completion to the Counseling Center in AD 108. Students can call the Counseling Center at (323) 953-4000, ext .2250 for more information. NOTE: Chemistry 51 does not satisfy the LACC pre-nursing Chemistry requirement.


CHEMISTRY 051 5.00 Units
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I (UC:CSU)

ADVISORY: Math 115 or one year of high school algebra. Lecture 3 hours. Laboratory 4 hours. DESCRIPTION: Chemical phenomena, methodology, and theory are studied in the context of social, political, and economic issues. Fundamental chemical principles are developed and applied within the study of selected instructional modules, such as atmospheric gases, acid rain, nuclear fission, solar energy, drugs, and nutrition. The laboratory component gives students experience in the general procedures used by chemists and the uncertainty involved in operations.
3093 lec 7:50PM - 9:15PM TTh P.K. SHIN CHEM 204
& lab 5:35PM - 7:40PM TTh P.K. SHIN CHEM 106
8073 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW B.E. LANDBERG LS 206
& lab 10:35AM - 12:40PM MW B.E. LANDBERG CHEM 106


CHEMISTRY 060 5.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL CHEMISTRY (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: 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.
5036 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM T P. CASTRO CHEM 3
& lab 5:45PM - 10:00PM Th P. CASTRO CHEM 107
5037 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM T P. CASTRO CHEM 3
& lab 5:45PM - 10:00PM W Staff CHEM 106
5043 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W P.J. MAYS CHEM 3
& lab 7:50AM - 12:00PM S P.J. MAYS CHEM 107
5044 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W P.J. MAYS CHEM 3
& lab 7:50AM - 12:00PM F B.E. LANDBERG CHEM 107
5045 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM F M.E. GIFFORD CHEM 201
& lab 7:50AM - 12:00PM S M.E. GIFFORD CHEM 106


CHEMISTRY 068 5.00 Units
PREPARATION FOR GENERAL CHEMISTRY (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: 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 the IGETC and CSU general education requirements for physical science with laboratory. NOTE: Chemistry 68 satisfies all the requirements of Chemistry 60. Chemistry 68 prepares students for Chemistry 101 and other science classes as well as for the LACC Nursing program.
8075 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW Staff CHEM 3
& conf 12:10PM - 1:10PM MW Staff CHEM 3
& lab 8:20AM - 10:25AM MW Staff CHEM 107
8076 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW Staff CHEM 3
& conf 12:10PM - 1:10PM MW Staff CHEM 3
& lab 1:20PM - 3:25PM MW Staff CHEM 107
8077 lec 7:25AM - 8:50AM TTh B.E. LANDBERG CHEM 3
& conf 9:00AM - 10:00AM TTh B.E. LANDBERG CHEM 3
& lab 10:00AM - 12:05PM TTh B.E. LANDBERG CHEM 106
8078 lec 7:25AM - 8:50AM TTh B.E. LANDBERG CHEM 3
& conf 9:00AM - 10:00AM TTh B.E. LANDBERG CHEM 3
& lab 1:45PM - 3:50PM TTh V.V. HYMOWITZ CHEM 107


CHEMISTRY 101 5.00 Units
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Chemistry 60 or Chemistry 68, and Mathematics 125 with a satisfactory grade better. ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: This course is required for science and engineering majors. 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.
Important Information for Students Enrolling in Chem 101:
● Students who have not completed the Chemistry 60 or 68, or the approved equivalent course, must earn a satisfactory score on the Chemistry Readiness Exam which is administered by the LACC Assessment Office. For more information about the exam and when it is administered, please contact the Matriculation Office at (323) 953-4000,ext. 2264. You may also refer to the following website for information about the exam: http://www.lacitycollege.edu/services/matriculation/assessment.html. All appointments must be scheduled in person in AD103.
● High School chemistry is not accepted as a prerequisite for Chem 101, regardless of the grade earned.
● Challenges to prerequisites must be made through the Counseling Center in AD108. Transcripts are required. For more information contact the Counseling Center at(323) 953-4000, ext. 2250.
● The Chemistry Readiness Exam applies only to the chemistry course prerequisite. Passing the Chemistry Readiness Exam does not waive the Math 125 prerequisite.

0258 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW J.E. FREITAS CHEM 204
& conf 10:35AM - 11:35AM MW J.E. FREITAS CHEM 204
& lab 11:35AM - 1:40PM MW Staff CHEM 101
0259 lec 7:25AM - 8:50AM MW E.F. CARTER CHEM 204
& conf 7:20AM - 8:20AM TTh E.F. CARTER CHEM 204
& lab 8:20AM - 10:25AM TTh E.F. CARTER CHEM 101
3238 lec 5:05PM - 6:30PM TTh T.A. BOAN CHEM 201
& conf 6:40PM - 7:40PM TTh T.A. BOAN CHEM 201
& lab 7:55PM - 10:00PM TTh T.A. BOAN CHEM 101


CHEMISTRY 102 5.00 Units
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (UC:CSU)
PREREQUISITE: Chemistry 101 with a satisfactory grade or better; Mathematics 125. ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 28. DESCRIPTION: Thermodynamics, kinetics and equilibrium, electrochemistry, nuclear, organic, transition metal chemistry, and qualitative analysis.
0260 lec 1:45PM - 3:10PM MW T.A. BOAN CHEM 3
& conf 1:45PM - 2:45PM TTh T.A. BOAN CHEM 3
& lab 2:45PM - 4:50PM TTh T.A. BOAN CHEM 112
3095 lec 5:05PM - 6:30PM MW O.J. TORRES CHEM 205
& conf 6:40PM - 7:40PM MW O.J. TORRES CHEM 205
& lab 7:55PM - 10:00PM MW O.J. TORRES CHEM 112


CHEMISTRY 211 5.00 Units
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS I (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Chemistry 101 and 102 with a satisfactory grade or better. ADVISORY: English 28. DESCRIPTION: Synthesis and mechanisms in organic chemistry, structure, nomenclature, synthesis and mechanisms in organic chemistry, synthesis and isolation, spectroscopy and chromatography.
3096 lec 5:05PM - 6:30PM TTh D.K. MITCHELL CHEM 204
& conf 6:40PM - 7:40PM TTh D.K. MITCHELL CHEM 204
& lab 7:55PM - 10:00PM TTh D.K. MITCHELL CHEM 210


CHEMISTRY 212 5.00 Units
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS II (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Chemistry 211 with satisfactory grade or better. ADVISORY: English 28. DESCRIPTION: Emphasis on specific functional groups, carbohydrates and proteins, and advanced synthesis spectroscopy and qualitative analysis.
0261 lec 1:45PM - 3:10PM MW A.A. FRIED CHEM 204
& conf 1:45PM - 2:45PM TTh A.A. FRIED CHEM 204
& lab 2:55PM - 5:00PM TTh A.A. FRIED CHEM 210


CHEMISTRY 221 5.00 Units
BIOCHEMISTRY FOR SCIENCE MAJORS (UC:CSU)

Prerequisite: Chemistry 211 with satisfactory grade or better.
This course is intended as a preparation for careers in the physical and biological sciences, medical and dental professions, veterinary and agricultural science, nutrition and food chemistry, and related fields. Topics relate to the chemistry and metabolism of biological compounds and include discussion of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. Laboratory work includes electrophoresis, chromatography, spectroscopy, and enzyme purification and kinetics.
0263 lec 12:10PM - 1:35PM MW E.F. CARTER CHEM 201
& conf 1:45PM - 2:45PM MW E.F. CARTER CHEM 201
& lab 2:55PM - 5:00PM MW E.F. CARTER CHEM 210

 

 

CHICANO STUDIES
Chair: Mattie Moon, JH 200G (323) 953-4000 ext. 2505
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/socsci/instructors.html

 
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).
0264 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA C.R. GUERRERO ON LINE
0265 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM M C.R. GUERRERO JH 104
3100 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM M A.G. ACOSTA JH 106
4500 lec 9:00AM - 3:30PM SaSuMTWThFSa C.R. GUERRERO JH 104
(8 Day Class - Starts 4/4/2009, Ends 4/11/2009)


CHICANO STUDIES 008 3.00 Units
THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (UC:CSU)

DESCRIPTION: A survey of U.S. history from the end of the Civil War to the present with emphasis on the Mexican-American's social, economic, and political development. Covers the U.S. Constitution. (Same credit as History 12 and African-American Studies 5).
0266 lec 12:10PM - 1:35PM MW C.R. GUERRERO JH 115
3101 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA C.R. GUERRERO ON LINE


CHICANO STUDIES 044 3.00 Units
MEXICAN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Covers Pre-Colombian Indians of Mexico; Spanish conquest and domination, and Mexico during colonial era; the Revolution of independence against Spain; the Revolution of 1910, and contemporary Mexico. (Fulfills Humanities requirements for graduation).
0267 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW C.R. GUERRERO JH 102
3102 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th X. HERRERA JH 104


CHICANO STUDIES 052 3.00 Units
MEXICAN ART-MODERN (UC:CSU)

DESCRIPTION: (Credit allowed for only one of Chicano Studies 52 or Art 107.) A survey of the art of Mexico from the 1910 Revolution to the present, including the renaissance of indigenous Mexican art, the revolution of a Mexican-American art, and the cultural interplay between the United States and Mexico.
5041 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM W R.A. DE LA SOTA HH 6

 

 

  

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Chair: Kathleen Bimber, AD200 (323) 953-4000 ext 2290

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


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.
0271 lec 9:00AM - 12:10PM M K.M. MILLER CD 215
0272 lec 9:00AM - 12:10PM Th C.L. WERBLE CD 215
0273 lec 9:00AM - 12:10PM S Staff CD 214
0274 lec 2:50 hrs/wk TBA K.M. MILLER ON LINE
3106 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM Th N.E. WASHBURN CD 214
3107 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM T Staff CD 215


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 CD 212
3103 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM M C.L. WERBLE CD 215
3165 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W Staff CD 212


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 CD 220
3110 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM W K.M. MILLER CD 220
3710 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th J.H. CHOI CD 220
NOTE: This section is for students in the bilingual Child Development Korean cohort and is taught primarily in Korean.


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 M.E. SKOUSEN RADFORD CD 220
3111 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th Staff CD 220
3166 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W D. MONTERROSO CD 220
NOTE: This section is for students in the bilingual Child Development Spanish cohort and is taught primarily in Spanish.


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 010 3.00 Units
CHILD HEALTH (CSU)

CO-REQUISITE: English 21 or 73 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: Study of the interrelationship of health, safety and nutrition and the impact on children's growth and development. Students learn how to implement a comprehensive nutritional program, use universal precautions and implement emergency procedures.
0277 lec 9:00AM - 12:10PM Th K.M. MILLER CD 210
3112 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM T N.E. WASHBURN CD 215


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 011 3.00 Units
HOME, SCHOOL, AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS (CSU)

CO-REQUISITE: English 21 or 73 or higher, or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to study the interaction of the family, school and community and its affects on the child. Some topics covered are: social influences on parenting styles, communication, child-rearing and the relationships between the child, family and the school is studied.
0280 lec 9:00AM - 12:10PM T N.E. WASHBURN CD 215
3108 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th J.H. CHOI CD 210
3113 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM M Staff CD 210
NOTE: This section is for students in the bilingual Child Development Korean cohort and is taught primarily in Korean.


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 022 4.00 Units
PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT I (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 1, 2, 3, 4 and English 28 or 31 or equivalent. NOTES: State law requires a TB test (Mantoux Test) or chest x-ray yearly. This test expires each year and must be renewed yearly. Please bring proof of your TB clearance to the first class. In addition to the seminar class, students are required to complete a minimum of 90 hours TBA at an APPROVED field site. To be eligible for field placement, students MUST be available two days a week (3 hrs and 15 minutes on either MW or TTH or WF), either from 8:00am - 12:00 Noon OR 12:00 Noon - 4:00pm (limited number of placements available in the evening). Please be sure you arrange your class schedule to accommodate your field hours. With prior approval from the college instructors, students currently working in an early childhood program may be able to complete their field placement at their worksite.
3641 lec 6:50PM - 8:55PM T P.S. SCHMOLZE CD 214
& lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA P.S. SCHMOLZE FIELD
& lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA K.M. MILLER FIELD
3642 lec 4:00PM - 6:05PM W M.E. SKOUSEN RADFORD CD 212
& lab 6:30 hrs/wk TBA M.E. SKOUSEN RADFORD FIELD


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 023 4.00 Units
PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT II (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 22 with a satisfactory grade. DESCRIPTION: State law requires a TB test (Mantoux Test) or chest x-ray. Please bring proof of your TB clearance to the first class. NOTE: In addition to the seminar class, students are required to complete a minimum of 90 hours TBA at an APPROVED field site. To be eligible for field placement, students MUST be available two days a week, either from 8:00am - 12:00 Noon OR 12:00 Noon - 4:00pm on MW, or TTh, or WF. Priority field placement will be given to students who meet this schedule.
3116 lec 6:50PM - 8:55PM T C.L. WERBLE CD 220
& lab 6:30 hrs/wk TBA C.L. WERBLE FIELD


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 030 3.00 Units
INFANT AND TODDLER STUDIES I (CSU)

Co-requisite: English 21 or 73 or equivalent. Verification of Mantoux test (TB test) or chest x-ray is required. DESCRIPTION: A study of infant/toddler development from birth through toddlerhood.
The birth process, attachment, temperament and development as well as responsive parenting/care-giving and culturally sensitive environments that support development will be covered.
0281 lec 9:00AM - 12:10PM S Staff CD 214


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 031 3.00 Units
INFANT AND TODDLER STUDIES II

ADVISORY: English 21 or 73 or equivalent. Verification of Mantoux test (or chest x-ray). DESCRIPTION: May be offered in alternate semesters. Principles of inclusive respectful care-giving for infants and toddlers within a variety of program designs. Topics cover typical and atypical development; age-appropriate environments; health, safety and licensing issues, as well as observation assessments, family communications, home visiting, resource and current research.
3114 lec 3:30PM - 6:35PM M N.E. WASHBURN CD 220
3124 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM M J.H. CHOI CD 220


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 034 3.00 Units
OBSERVING AND RECORDING CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOR (CSU)

Prerequisite: Child Development 1or equivalent and English 28. Verification of annual Mantoux test or chest x-ray is required. DESCRIPTION: Students observe, record and interpret children's behavior in a variety of settings using appropriate observational methods. Students will apply this information to adapt the environment, curriculum and teaching strategies to meet the individual needs of children within an early childhood program.
3121 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W K.M. MILLER CD 214


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 035 3.00 Units
FOSTERING LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN YOUNG CHILDREN

ADVISORY: English 21/73 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: Students interested or currently working in the field of early childhood education will build skills in promoting literacy in children from birth through age five. Students will develop a strong foundation in early reading and writing with a developmentally appropriate approach.
3115 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM T M.E. SKOUSEN RADFORD CD 212


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 039 3.00 Units
ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROG II

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 3 or 4 and 11. DESCRIPTION: This course contains an in-depth study of administration in early childhood programs. It includes proposal writing, discussion of licensing requirements, budget analysis, small business management, staff development, advocacy issues and development of a comprehensive parent education program.
3105 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM M M.I. COLEMAN CD 215


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 042 3.00 Units
THE CHILD IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY

CO-REQUISITE: English 21 or 73 or higher, or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: Offered in the Spring Semester. This course presents the philosophy and methods related to working with young children and their families within a diverse society including ethnicity, language, culture, gender, age, social class and exceptionality. Curriculum development, problem solving techniques and environmental designs will be studied from an inclusive perspective.
3117 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th N.E. WASHBURN CD 210


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 045 3.00 Units
PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS II

ADVISORY: English 21 or 73 or equivalent. Verification of annual Mantoux test (or chest x-ray.) is required. DESCRIPTION: Offered in the spring semester. An introduction to the study of programs for exceptional children and the inclusion of these children into educational settings as close to their typically developing peers as possible. A survey of disabilities from a child development perspective includes definition, characteristics and educational implications.
3118 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM M A.F. SBURLAN CD 214


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 J.D. WILLIAMS CD 210
(11 Week Class - Starts 2/11/2009, Ends 4/29/2009)


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 084 0.50 Units
CHILD DEVELOPMENT LAB I (RPT 3)

ADVISORY: Child Development 2 or 3 or 4 or 10 or 30 or 31or 44 or 45 or 46 or 47 or 42. DESCRIPTION: This course allows students interested, or currently working in the field of Child Development the opportunity to use the lab materials and equipment to design lesson activities. $20 material fee required.
8087 lab 1:05 hrs/wk TBA M.E. SKOUSEN RADFORD CD 214
8088 lab 1:05 hrs/wk TBA M.E. SKOUSEN RADFORD CD 214
8089 lab 1:05 hrs/wk TBA M.E. SKOUSEN RADFORD CD 214


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 085 0.50 Units
CHILD DEVELOPMENT LAB II (RPT 3)

DESCRIPTION: Students interested in continuing the Child Development Lab experience will focus on quality literacy experiences such as, exposure to age-appropriate literacy materials (modeling or practicing) library habits under the supervision of a literacy expert. Students will evaluate and analyze literacy materials, able to write activity plans, and create instructional materials that support emerging literacy. A $20.00 lab fee is required.
8090 lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA C.L. WERBLE CD 212

 

 

 

CHINESE
Chair: Eiko K. Chatel, DH312B (323) 953-4000 ext. 2737

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


CHINESE 001 5.00 Units
ELEMENTARY CHINESE I (UC:CSU)

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent. Credit allowed for either Chinese 1 or Chinese 21 and 22 together. DESCRIPTION: Class meets 6 hours; 5 hours lecture and 1 hour TBA in the Language Lab, DH 319. Mandarin Chinese corresponds to the first year of high school Chinese. Pronunciation, grammar, practical vocabulary, and basic facts on the geography, customs and culture of China.
0286 lec 9:00AM - 10:10AM MTWTh R.M. LIAO DH 308
& lab 1:05 hrs/wk TBA Staff DH 319
3122 lec 6:50PM - 9:20PM MW R.M. LIAO DH 308
& lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA Staff DH 319


CHINESE 002 5.00 Units
ELEMENTARY CHINESE II (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Chinese 1 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: Class meets 6 hours; 5 hours lecture and 1 hour TBA in the Language Lab, DH 319.
0288 lec 10:35AM - 11:50AM MTWTh R.M. LIAO DH 308
& lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA Staff DH 319
3123 lec 6:50PM - 9:20PM TTh B.Y. TING TBA TBA
& lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA Staff DH 319


CHINESE 003 5.00 Units
INTERMEDIATE CHINESE I (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Chinese 2 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.. DESCRIPTION: Class meets 6 hours; 5 hours lecture and 1 hour TBA in the Language Lab, DH 319.
5065 lec 6:50PM - 9:20PM TTh R.M. LIAO DH 308
& lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA Staff DH 319


CHINESE 004 5.00 Units
INTERMEDIATE CHINESE II (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Chinese 3 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: Class meets 6 hours; 5 hours lecture and 1 hour TBA in the Language Lab, DH 319.
5066 lec 6:50PM - 9:20PM TTh R.M. LIAO DH 308
& lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA Staff DH 319

 

 

 

CINEMA - (See Television)
Chair: Vaughn Obern, CC181 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2627
http://cinematv.lacitycollege.edu/     obernvg@lacitycollege.edu


CINEMA 001 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION (UC:CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Open to all students. (Required of all Cinema Majors.) A comprehensive introduction to film video production techniques and equipment.
0291 lec 9:00AM - 11:05AM M J.K. VARNER CC 176
& lab 11:05AM - 1:15PM M J.K. VARNER CC 176
3127 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM M J.K. VARNER CC 176
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM M J.K. VARNER CC 176


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 9:55AM - 10:50AM F J.A. KUNTZ CC 228
& lab 10:50AM - 3:15PM F J.A. KUNTZ CC 228
0285 lec 9:55AM - 10:50AM F V.G. OBERN CC 176
& lab 10:50AM - 3:15PM F V.G. OBERN CC 176
0290 lec 9:55AM - 10:50AM Th J.A. KUNTZ CC 228
& lab 10:50AM - 3:15PM Th J.A. KUNTZ CC 228
0292 lec 9:55AM - 10:50AM Th V.G. OBERN CC 176
& lab 10:50AM - 3:15PM Th V.G. OBERN CC 176
3128 lec 5:15PM - 7:45PM Th J.A. KUNTZ CC 228
& lab 7:45PM - 10:35PM Th J.A. KUNTZ CC 228
3129 lec 5:15PM - 7:45PM Th V.G. OBERN CC 176
& lab 7:45PM - 10:35PM Th 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.
0293 lec 12:10PM - 2:10PM T J.A. KUNTZ CC 176
& lab 2:10PM - 4:25PM T J.A. KUNTZ CC 176
0299 lec 9:00AM - 11:05AM S Staff CC 176
& lab 11:05AM - 1:15PM S Staff CC 176
3130 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM T J.A. KUNTZ CC 176
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM T J.A. KUNTZ CC 176


CINEMA 004 3.00 Units
HISTORY OF THE DOCUMENTARY FILM (UC:CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Required of all first-semester Cinema Majors. Open to all others. The historical development of films dealing with the truth.
0294 lec 12:10PM - 2:10PM W T.R. STEMPEL CC 176
& lab 2:10PM - 4:25PM W T.R. STEMPEL CC 176
3131 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM W T.R. STEMPEL CC 176
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM W T.R. STEMPEL CC 176


CINEMA 005 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO SCREENWRITING (RPT 1)

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3, and 4 with satisfactory grades or better. DESCRIPTION: Course work consists of writing screenplays. Cinema majors will write the scripts for films they will make in Cinema 15, 16, and 17. NOTE: Enrolled students will be dropped and non-enrolled students may not add if not present at the first class session.
1345 lec 1:45PM - 3:50PM Th J.J. DESMARAIS CC 149
& lab 3:50PM - 6:00PM Th J.J. DESMARAIS CC 149
3125 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM Th T.R. STEMPEL CC 149
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM Th T.R. STEMPEL CC 149


CINEMA 006 3.00 Units
MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3, 4, with satisfactory grades or better. DESCRIPTION: This course is an introduction to cinematography, including optics, photo emulsions, camera operation, lighting, laboratory procedures, terminology and aesthetics. Students will do individual and group projects using 16mm (day section) or digital video (evening section) camera equipment NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.
0296 lec 7:45AM - 8:50AM M J.V. GEUENS CC 143
& lab 8:50AM - 12:00PM M J.V. GEUENS CC 143
3132 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM T J.V. GEUENS CC 143
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM T J.V. GEUENS CC 143


CINEMA 007 3.00 Units
ADVANCED CINEMATOGRAPHY AND CREATIVE TECHNIQUES

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 6 with a satisfactory grade or better. DESCRIPTION: An advanced course in creative cinematography covering sophisticated professional equipment and techniques used in the motion picture industry. Emphasis is placed on lighting and current industry standards. NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.
3133 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM Th C.M. HAINE CC 143
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM Th C.M. HAINE CC 143


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 9:05AM - 10:05AM S A.A. ANDERSON CC 149
& lab 10:05AM - 2:20PM S A.A. ANDERSON CC 149


CINEMA 010 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO FILM DIRECTIN
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Prerequisite: Cinema 1, 2, 3, and 4 with satisfactory grades or better.
Introduction to the crafts of acting and directing for the film medium.
NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.
1347 lec 9:00AM - 11:05AM Th J.J. DESMARAIS CC 125
& lab 11:05AM - 1:15PM Th J.J. DESMARAIS CC 125
3138 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM W B.R. COOK CC 143
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM W B.R. COOK CC 143


CINEMA 016 3.00 Units
MOTION PICTURE WORKSHOP II

PREREQUISITE: 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 8:00AM - 9:05AM S J.V. GEUENS CC 260
& lab 9:05AM - 1:20PM S 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 8:00AM - 9:05AM S J.V. GEUENS CC 260
& lab 9:05AM - 1:20PM S J.V. GEUENS CC 260


CINEMA 020 3.00 Units
BUSINESS ASPECTS OF MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3, and 4 with satisfactory grades or better. DESCRIPTION: Survey of business practices including financing, production and distribution. NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.
1348 lec 12:10PM - 3:20PM W B.R. COOK CC 228


CINEMA 022 3.00 Units
DIGITAL AUDIO POST PRODUCTION WITH PRO TOOLS

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 9 or Cinema 32 or Cinema 33 or Television 55 with a satisfactory grade of better. DESCRIPTION: Advanced television and cinema students are introduced to digital audio editing, multi-track mixing and other digital audio post-production using Pro Tools. NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.
3134 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM T A.A. ANDERSON CC 147
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM T A.A. ANDERSON CC 147


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


CINEMA 032 3.00 Units
EDITING FUNDAMENTALS

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3 and 4 with satisfactory grades or better. DESCRIPTION: Lecture: 1 hour. Laboratory: 4 hours. Intermediate students will learn the basics of editing with non-linear digital equipment. NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.
0201 lec 9:55AM - 10:55AM T D.L. JONES CC 228
& lab 10:55AM - 3:10PM T D.L. JONES CC 228
3140 lec 5:15PM - 6:15PM M C.A. DOMOKOS CC 228
& lab 6:15PM - 10:35PM M C.A. DOMOKOS CC 228


CINEMA 033 3.00 Units
DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION WORKSHOP I

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3 and 4 with satisfactory grades or better. DESCRIPTION: Intermediate film and television students will produce short video projects using basic digital video cameras and editing systems. (Same as Television 55). NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.
5053 lec 5:15PM - 6:15PM T J.K. VARNER CC 118
& lab 6:15PM - 10:35PM T J.K. VARNER CC 118
8097 lec 12:10PM - 1:10PM Th J.K. VARNER CC 118
& lab 1:10PM - 5:30PM Th J.K. VARNER CC 118


CINEMA 034 3.00 Units
Motion Pictures Soundstage Production Practicum

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 5 or 6 or 7 or 9 or 10 or 35. DESCRIPTION: Designed for students to gain practical experience in a specific area of motion picture soundstage production in order to develop the necessary skills needed in that field of the industry. Included skills are screenwriting, directing, production management, lighting, cinematography, sound recording and editing.
0300 lec 12:10PM - 1:10PM T J.V. GEUENS CC 143
& lab 1:10PM - 5:30PM T J.V. GEUENS CC 143


CINEMA 035 3.00 Units
NON-LINEAR EDITING WITH FINAL CUT PRO

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 11 or Cinema 32 with satisfactory grades or better. DESCRIPTION: Advanced film students are introduced to Macintosh Final Cut Pro non-linear software and are given lectures on film-to-video and other post-production procedures. NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.
5192 lec 5:45PM - 6:50PM Th R.O. RAFANOVIC CC 147
& lab 7:50PM - 10:00PM Th R.O. RAFANOVIC CC 147


CINEMA 038 3.00 Units
MOTION PICTURE STAGE GRIP

DESCRIPTION: In this hands-on course, students will learn basic grip skills and operate equipment and tools used on location and the motion picture stage.
0301 lec 1:45PM - 3:50PM M R.J. MENDEZ CC 125
& lab 3:50PM - 5:45PM M R.J. MENDEZ CC 125


CINEMA 185 1.00 Units
DIRECTED STUDY - CINEMA (UC:CSU) (RPT 2)

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 5 with satisfactory grades or better. (Graded as credit/no-credit). DESCRIPTION: Designed to allow the advanced LACC Cinema student to work independently in screenwriting or post-production. (Enrollment by ADD CARD ONLY, the first day of class).
5051 lec 5:15PM - 6:10PM T V.G. OBERN CC 260
8099 lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA V.G. OBERN CC 228


CINEMA 911 1.00 Units
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - CINEMA (CSU) (RPT 3)

9028 lec 0:55 hrs/wk TBA D.M. WERBLE AD 209


CINEMA 921 2.00 Units
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - CINEMA (CSU) (RPT 3)

9029 lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA D.M. WERBLE AD 209


CINEMA 931 3.00 Units
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - CINEMA (CSU) (RPT 3)

9030 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA D.M. WERBLE AD 209


CINEMA 941 4.00 Units
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - CINEMA (CSU) (RPT 3)

9031 lec 4:15 hrs/wk TBA D.M. WERBLE AD 209
 

 

TELEVISION - (See Cinema)
Chair: Vaughn Obern, CC181 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2627
http://cinematv.lacitycollege.edu/     obernvg@lacitycollege.edu


TELEVISION 001 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO TELEVISION (CSU)

Required of all Television Majors. A look at what's on TV and why. Covers the history of Radio/TV Broadcasting, costs, profits, audiences and ratings, cable and pay TV, changing FCC rules and regulations, employment opportunities in the industry. Recommended elective for Journalism, Theatre and Public Relations.
3618 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W J.K. VARNER CC 149


TELEVISION 004 3.00 Units
CAMERA, LIGHTING AND SOUND FOR TELEVISION AND CINEMA

Emphasizes technical jobs in a studio: use of microphones and mixer, lights and dimmer, camera setup and control, etc.
3619 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM M D.L. JONES CC 132


TELEVISION 009 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO TELEVISION EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES (CSU)

(This course is required for first semester TV majors.)
Principles and operational techniques of basic TV control room and studio equipment, leading to first production of spots.
3620 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th R.J. MENDEZ CC 132


TELEVISION 025 3.00 Units
TELEVISION AND FILM DRAMATIC WRITING (CSU) (RPT 1)

Advisory: English 21.
Professional methods and techniques of writing for drama and comedy for film and television are studied. It also deals with getting an agent and how scripts are sold.
3622 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM T M.M. GENDELMAN CC 149


TELEVISION 046 3.00 Units
TELEVISION PRODUCTION (CSU)

Prerequisite: Television 4 with a satisfactory grade or better. (Required of all Television Majors.)
Study of directing, writing, performing; use of cameras, VCRs, switcher, character generator, lighting and audio equipment.
3621 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM W D.L. JONES CC 132
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM W D.L. JONES CC 132


TELEVISION 048 3.00 Units
TELEVISION PROGRAMMING & VIDEOTAPE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP (CSU) (RPT 1)

Prerequisite: Television 46 with a satisfactory grade or better. Advanced workshop in producing, pre-producing, directing, writing, remote equipment operation, acting, and special effects. (Note: TV 48 and TV 49 meet at the same time, in the same room, working together. You may not be in both classes at once.)
5191 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM T R.J. MENDEZ CC 125
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM T R.J. MENDEZ CC 125


TELEVISION 049 3.00 Units
TV PRODUCTION WORKSHOP (RPT 1)

Prerequisite: Television 46 with a satisfactory grade or better. Training in the technical aspects of television production, including, camera work, lighting, video tape and character generator. (Note: TV 48 and TV 49 meet at the same time in the same room, working together. You may not be in both classes at once.)
5190 lec 6:00PM - 8:05PM T R.J. MENDEZ CC 125
& lab 8:05PM - 10:15PM T R.J. MENDEZ CC 125


TELEVISION 055 3.00 Units
DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION WORKSHOP I

Prerequisite: Cinema 1, 2 and TV 4, 9 with a satisfactory grade or better. Intermediate film and television students will produce short video projects using basic digital video cameras and editing systems. (Same as Cinema 33.) NOTE: Enrolled students will be dropped and non-enrolled students may not add if not present at the first class session.
5196 lec 5:15PM - 6:15PM T J.K. VARNER CC 118
& lab 6:15PM - 10:35PM T J.K. VARNER CC 118
8551 lec 12:10PM - 1:10PM Th J.K. VARNER CC 118
& lab 1:10PM - 5:30PM Th J.K. VARNER CC 118


TELEVISION 060 3.00 Units
NON-LINEAR EDITING WITH FINAL CUT PRO

Prerequisite: Television 52 with a satisfactory grade or better. Advanced television students are introduced to Macintosh Final Cut Pro non-linear software and are given lectures on film-to-video editing and other post-production procedures. (Same as Cinema 35.) NOTE: Enrolled students will be dropped and non-enrolled students may not add if not present at the first class session.
5194 lec 5:45PM - 6:50PM Th R.O. RAFANOVIC CC 147
& lab 7:50PM - 10:00PM Th R.O. RAFANOVIC CC 147


TELEVISION 185 1.00 Units
DIRECTED STUDY - TELEVISION (CSU) (RPT 2)

(Credit/No Credit) Prerequisite: Television 4, 46 & 6 or 48 with satisfactory grades or better or equivalency. Courses limited to advanced LACC Television Students. Conference one hour per unit. Allows students to pursue Directed Study in Television on on a contract basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
5193 lec 5:15PM - 6:10PM T V.G. OBERN CC 260
 

 

 

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS - OFFICE TECHNOLOGY (CAOT)
Chair: Thelma Day, AD304 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2541

http://caot.lacitycollege.edu/ 


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 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.
1006 lec 7:25AM - 8:10AM MTWTh Staff DH 204
& lab 8:10AM - 8:50AM MTWTh Staff DH 204
1007 lec 9:00AM - 11:05AM F C.S. MORIMOTO DH 204
& lab 11:05AM - 2:20PM F C.S. MORIMOTO DH 204
1008 lec 10:35AM - 11:20AM MTWTh B. BELL DH 204
& lab 11:20AM - 12:00PM MTWTh B. BELL 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
1011 lec 12:10PM - 1:15PM MW A.S. SIROTT DH 204
& lab 1:15PM - 2:40PM MW A.S. SIROTT DH 204
1012 lec 12:10PM - 1:15PM TTh B. BELL DH 204
& lab 1:15PM - 2:40PM TTh B. BELL DH 204
1013 lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA C.S. MORIMOTO ON LINE

& lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA C.S. MORIMOTO ON LINE
The above course section will be taught online via the Internet with three or four visits to the LACC campus for testing. You must have MS Word 2007, Internet access, and email.  ● Email Professor Morimoto at morimocs@lacitycollege.edu  to begin this course! Important: Type the email header subject line as CAOT 1 Online  ● Peruse the course Web site, http://caot.lacitycollege.edu/001morimoto including the FAQs page, and complete and submit the Student Questionnaire. Bring your textbook with you to the orientation meeting, Wednesday, February 18, 2009, 5:00 pm-6:40 pm, Da Vinci Hall 202.
● Phone: (323) 953.4000, Ext.: 2902

3465 lec 6:50PM - 7:55PM MW R.A. WALKER DH 204
& lab 7:55PM - 9:20PM MW R.A. WALKER DH 204


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 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.
1015 lec 10:35AM - 11:20AM MTWTh R. SAMBRANO DH 205
& lab 11:20AM - 12:00PM MTWTh R. SAMBRANO DH 205
8383 lec 9:00AM - 11:05AM S A. HO DH 202
& lab 11:05AM - 2:20PM S A. HO DH 202


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 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.
1016 lec 12:10PM - 1:15PM MW Staff DH 203
& lab 1:15PM - 2:40PM MW Staff DH 203
8384 lec 9:00AM - 11:05AM S A. HO DH 202
& lab 11:05AM - 2:20PM S A. HO DH 202


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 009 1.00 Units
COMPUTER KEYBOARDING IMPROVEMENT (RPT 2)

PREREQUISITE: Ability to type 20 wpm. DESCRIPTION: Students who have not mastered the keyboard should enroll in CAOT 1. Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy using diagnostic software on a microcomputer.
1019 lab 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW T.J. DAY DH 202


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 014 2.00 Units
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: POWERPOINT

This course uses application software to develop proficiency in the operation of Microsoft PowerPoint. It develops the skill to create, modify, and retrieve various presentations, the skill to integrate PowerPoint with other programs, and the skill to use visuals in the presentation.
1024 lec 12:10PM - 1:10PM MW Staff DH 303
& lab 1:10PM - 4:10PM MW Staff DH 303


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 023 5.00 Units
LEGAL SECRETARIAL PROCEDURES I

PREREQUISITE: CAOT 1 or equivalent and eligibility for English 28. DESCRIPTION: Preparation of court pleadings and legal documents; knowledge of general law office procedures and specific procedures involved in litigation family law, corporate law, and other specialties; development of attitudes and behaviors appropriate for the legal field.
3466 lec 1:45PM - 4:20PM MW W.I. VARGAS DH 303


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 031 3.00 Units
BUSINESS ENGLISH

PREREQUISITE: Eligibility for English 28. DESCRIPTION: English fundamentals: grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and writing.
1020 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW B. BELL DH 303


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 032 3.00 Units
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CAOT 1 and 31 with a satisfactory grade or better. (Credit allowed for only one of either CAOT 32 or Supervision 12.) DESCRIPTION: Principles and techniques of composing a variety of business communications.
1021 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM TTh B. BELL DH 303
3467 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W S.B. HAYMON AD 303


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 033 2.00 Units
RECORDS MANAGEMENT AND FILING

DESCRIPTION: Creation, storage, disposition, and preservation of all types of documents using alphabetic, geographic, numeric, and subject methods. Includes database management on a microcomputer.
1022 lec 10:35AM - 11:20AM TTh C.C. BRONSON SMITH DH 203
& lab 11:20AM - 12:00PM TTh C.C. BRONSON SMITH DH 203
1023 lec 10:35AM - 11:20AM MW G.D. ROSARIO DH 303
& lab 11:20AM - 12:00PM MW G.D. ROSARIO DH 303
3463 lec 6:50PM - 7:55PM W B.T. HANA DH 303
& lab 7:55PM - 10:00PM W B.T. HANA DH 303


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 043 3.00 Units
OFFICE PROCEDURES (RPT 2)

PREREQUISITE: CAOT 2 and CAOT 31. DESCRIPTION: Three hours weekly. Comprehensive knowledge and application of office skills and procedures for the automated office: development of attitudes for success on the job.
1025 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW R. SAMBRANO DH 202


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 044 3.00 Units
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

ADVISORY: Eligibility to enroll in English 28 or equivalent. 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
1032 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW C.C. BRONSON SMITH DH 205


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 046 3.00 Units
MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION FOR MEDICAL SECRETARIES

PREREQUISITE: CAOT 2 Keyboarding II, or equivalent (ability to type 40 wpm), CAOT 31 Business English. ADVISORY: CAOT 44 Medical Terminology. DESCRIPTION: Reinforces medical terminology and enhances machine transcription skills. Students will transcribe medical reports, patient history and physicals, diagnoses and treatment prescriptions, and other medical/hospital documents.
1035 lec 12:10PM - 1:15PM TTh C.C. BRONSON SMITH DH 205
& lab 1:15PM - 2:40PM TTh C.C. BRONSON SMITH DH 205
& lab 1:05 hrs/wk TBA C.C. BRONSON SMITH DH 205


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 064 1.00 Units
OFFICE ADMINISTRATION LABORATORY (RPT 3)

CO-REQUISITE: CAOT 1. DESCRIPTION: Provides additional lab time for students enrolled in Computer Applications - Office Technology classes to use a variety of software. See instructor anytime during the first week of classes in DH 202.
1031 lab 1:00 hrs/wk TBA T.J. DAY AD 304A
& lab 1:00 hrs/wk TBA T.J. DAY AD 304A

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 079 3.00 Units
WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS

PREREQUISITE: Two modules of CAOT 82, CAOT 84, CAOT 31 with satisfactory grades or better or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: Further develops skill in preparing a variety of business documents on a personal computer. Covers formats for letters, memos, reports, tables, outlines, form documents, graphics, desktop publishing and merged documents.
& lec 12:10PM - 1:15PM MW G.D. ROSARIO DH 205
& lab 1:15PM - 2:40PM MW G.D. ROSARIO DH 205


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 082 3.00 Units
MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE SURVEY IN THE OFFICE (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CAOT 1 with satisfactory grade or better or equivalent; CAOT 98 with satisfactory grade or better or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: Introduction to word processing, communication and disk operating systems. Introduction to spreadsheet and database application programs. Introduction to presentation graphics programs.
1036 lec 12:10PM - 1:15PM TTh R. SAMBRANO DH 202
& lab 1:15PM - 2:40PM TTh R. SAMBRANO DH 202
1039 lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA C.S. MORIMOTO ON LINE
& lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA C.S. MORIMOTO ON LINE
The above course section will be taught online via the Internet with three or four visits to the LACC campus for testing. You must have MS Word 2007, Internet access, and email. Please see on-campus class listing for course descriptions, transfer information, prerequisites, etc.. You should be able to type at least 25 wam. ● Email Professor Morimoto at morimocs@lacitycollege.edu to begin this course! Important: Type the email header subject line as CAOT 82 Online. ● Read all information at the Web site. ● Peruse the course Web site, http://caot.lacitycollege.edu/082morimoto including the FAQs page, and complete and submit the Student Questionnaire. Bring your textbook with you to the orientation meeting. ● Phone: (323) 953.4000, Ext.: 2902 ● Mandatory on-campus orientation: Tuesday, February 17, 2009, 5:00 pm- 6:40 pm., Da Vinci Hall 203
3464 lec 6:50PM - 7:55PM MW J.D. SCOTT DH 203
& lab 7:55PM - 9:25PM MW J.D. SCOTT DH 203


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 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
1038 lec 12:10PM - 1:15PM MW R. SAMBRANO DH 202
& lab 1:15PM - 2:40PM MW R. SAMBRANO DH 202
1053 lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA C.S. MORIMOTO ON LINE
& lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA C.S. MORIMOTO ON LINE
The above course section will be taught online via the Internet with three or four visits to the LACC campus for testing. You must have MS Word 2007, Internet access, and email. Please see on-campus listing for course descriptions, transfer information, prerequisites, etc. You may work at home on your own computer or at LACC in an open lab. See the Web Site FAQs for details about starting class, orientation, hardware, software, etc. ● Email Professor Morimoto at morimocs@lacitycollege.edu  to begin this course! Important: Type the email header subject line as CAOT 84 Online.  ● Phone: (323) 953.4000, Ext. 2902
● Internet: http://caot.lacitycollege.edu/084. Bring your textbook to the orientation meeting.
● Mandatory on-campus orientation at the following time: Thursday, February 19, 2009, 5:00 pm-6:40 pm., Da Vinci Hall 202

3070 lec 6:50PM - 7:20PM TTh R.L. BENTLEY DH 203
& lab 7:20PM - 9:25PM TTh R.L. BENTLEY DH 203


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 085 3.00 Units
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: SPREADSHEET (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Presents office spreadsheet applications using a PC and EXCEL.
3071 lec 6:50PM - 7:20PM TTh Y.O. BAEK DH 202
& lab 7:20PM - 9:25PM TTh Y.O. BAEK DH 202
3090 lec 1:05 hrs/wk TBA T.J. DAY ON LINE
& lab 4:15 hrs/wk TBA T.J. DAY ON LINE
This course will be taught online via the internet. You must have Internet access. You may work at home on your own computer or at LACC in as open lab. You may work at home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. See the Web site FAQs for details about starting class, orientation, hardware, software, etc.  Orientation: Tuesday, February 10, 2009, 6:00 pm- 7:00 pm., Da Vinci Hall 202  ● You must email Dr. Day to confirm that you will attend the orientation. ● Email: daytj@lacitycollege.edu  ● Phone: (323) 953.4000, Ext.: 2548 Course website: http://caot.lacitycollege.edu/085/


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 086 3.00 Units
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: DATABASE (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to teach office database applications using a relational database program, such as MS Access. Records design, file creation and maintenance, data manipulation, report formats, and printing are covered. Office applications, such as records for personnel, inventory, and sales are emphasized. Graphing and integration with a word processing program to produce automated mailings are included.
1054 lec 10:35AM - 11:20AM MW A.S. SIROTT DH 203
& lab 11:20AM - 12:00PM MW A.S. SIROTT DH 203
3091 lec 6:50PM - 7:55PM TTh J.D. SCOTT DH 205
& lab 7:55PM - 9:25PM TTh J.D. SCOTT DH 205


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 088 3.00 Units
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: DESKTOP PUBLISHING (RPT 2)

DESCRIPTION: Provides information and hands-on training in using a laser printer and Desktop Publishing software program on an IBM microcomputer.
3092 lec 6:50PM - 7:55PM TTh Staff DH 204
& lab 7:55PM - 9:25PM TTh Staff DH 204


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 093 2.00 Units
LEGAL DOCUMENT PRODUCTION

CO-REQUISITE: Law 2 and CAOT 84. DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to link academic knowledge of Law 2 and the word processing skills of CAOT 84 to result in the production of legal documents as required by Law 2.
3470 lec 6:50PM - 8:50PM W W.I. VARGAS DH 202


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 097 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET FOR CAOT (RPT 1)
PREREQUISITE: Knowledge of Windows is helpful. DESCRIPTION: Students who enroll in lecture must attend three lab hours per week. This course provides is designed to prepare students to use the Worldwide Computer Network, Internet. The course emphasizes the features of the internet including electronic mail, file transfer protocol, internet explorer, and other services and utilities.
1056 lec 12:10PM - 1:15PM TTh J.E. PICKRELL DH 205
& lab 1:15PM - 2:40PM TTh J.E. PICKRELL DH 205
3097 lec 6:50PM - 7:55PM MW E.A. ALBERTSON DH 205
& lab 7:55PM - 9:25PM MW E.A. ALBERTSON DH 205


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 098 3.00 Units
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: INTRO TO WINDOWS

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.
1061 lec 9:00AM - 11:05AM S M.V. PHAM DH 303
& lab 11:05AM - 2:20PM S M.V. PHAM DH 303


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 112 3.00 Units
MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: WEB PAGE DESIGN (CSU) (RPT 2)

ADVISORY: CAOT 98 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: Use web page design software to create, design, manage, and publish dynamic interactive Web sites including navigation, link bars, hyperlinks, shared borders, forms, pictures, frames, templates, wizards, themes, banners, and some database, spreadsheet, and HTML.
1051 lec 12:10PM - 1:15PM TTh A.S. SIROTT DH 203
& lab 1:15PM - 2:40PM TTh A.S. SIROTT DH 203


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 126 3.00 Units
Introduction to Medical Coding/Billing

PREREQUISITE: CAOT 44. DESCRIPTION: Introduction to the medical codes used for diagnostic and procedural data in medical billing. Introduction to medical billing forms the procedures required by Medicare and private medical insurance companies will also be covered.
1052 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM TTh C.C. BRONSON SMITH DH 205


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 385 3.00 Units
DIRECTED STUDY - COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

8393 lec 3:30 hrs/wk TBA T.J. DAY AD 304A


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 931 3.00 Units
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECH (RPT 3)

9106 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA D. Werble JH 200G


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 941 4.00 Units
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECH (RPT 3)
9107 lec 4:15 hrs/wk TBA D. Werble JH 200G

 

 

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (CSIT)
Chair: Roger Wolf, JH312G (323) 953-4000 ext. 2810
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/math/csitdept/


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 100 1.00 Units
WORKSHOP LABORATORY (RPT 3)

DESCRIPTION: Course supplements other computer-related courses by providing tutorial and self-help assistance with computers, programs, software, hardware and other learning aids.
0307 lab 3:10 hrs/wk TBA M. TAVAKOLI AD 321


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 101 4.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND THEIR USES (UC:CSU)

ADVISORY: English 21/73 or equivalent. Credit not allowed if student has credit for CSIT 103.
DESCRIPTION: A general computer literacy course open to all students. Presents computer hardware, software, terminology, ethics, and societal impact. Students will overview operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, database management systems, telecommunications, and networks.
0305 lec 8:00AM - 11:10AM S M. JAFFEE AD 318
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M. JAFFEE ON LINE
0308 lec 12:10PM - 1:35PM TTh M. TAVAKOLI AD 318
& lab 2:10 hrs/wk TBA M. TAVAKOLI ON LINE
(15 Week Class - Starts 3/16/2009, Ends 6/24/2009)
0309 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM AD 302
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM ON LINE
0327 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM TTh M. TAVAKOLI AD 302
& lab 2:15 hrs/wk TBA M. TAVAKOLI ON LINE
0329 lec 9:00AM - 12:10PM F M. TAVAKOLI AD 302
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M. TAVAKOLI ON LINE
0330 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM AD 302
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM ON LINE
3141 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM Th F. BOLANDHEMAT AD 319
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA F. BOLANDHEMAT ON LINE
3142 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W S. DAKDUK AD 318
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA S. DAKDUK ON LINE
3143 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM T K.G. TITCHENELL AD 302
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA K.G. TITCHENELL ON LINE


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 103 4.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR MIS (UC:CSU)

ADVISORY: English 21/73 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: An introduction to computers for a one-semester transfer course or for certificates or a degree in CSIT. Topics include computers, programming and systems design, programming languages and flowcharting. Laboratory includes word processing, spreadsheets, database concepts and extensive programming in BASIC.
0302 lec 9:00AM - 12:10PM S M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM AD 305
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM ON LINE
0317 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM TTh S. DAKDUK AD 305
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA S. DAKDUK ON LINE
0318 lec 12:10PM - 1:35PM TTh M. SAMPLEWALA AD 305
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M. SAMPLEWALA ON LINE
0319 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW M. SAMPLEWALA AD 318
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M. SAMPLEWALA ON LINE
3146 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM M M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM AD 318
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM ON LINE
3147 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th H. PAYES AD 318
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA H. PAYES ON LINE


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 104 3.00 Units
MATHEMATICS FOR PROGRAMMERS (CSU)

ADVISORY: CSIT 103.
0333 lec 12:10PM - 3:20PM MW B.P. DAUZAT AD 319
(8 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2009, Ends 4/4/2009)
3162 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM MW B.P. DAUZAT AD 319
(8 Week Class - Starts 4/13/2009, Ends 6/8/2009)


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 107 3.00 Units
PROGRAMMING LOGIC (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 103. ADVISORY: Mathematics 125.
0335 lec 12:10PM - 3:20PM MW B.P. DAUZAT AD 319
(8 Week Class - Starts 4/13/2009, Ends 6/8/2009)
3150 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM MW B.P. DAUZAT AD 319
(8 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2009, Ends 4/4/2009)


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 108 3.00 Units
BEGINNING VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 with a satisfactory grade or better or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: A beginning programming course in the Visual Basic Programming Language.
0336 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM TTh L.A. FLORES AD 305
3151 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th B.P. DAUZAT AD 319


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 134 3.00 Units
OPERATING SYSTEMS (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103.
3154 lec 7:50PM - 10:00PM M M. TAVAKOLI AD 302
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M. TAVAKOLI ON LINE


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 136 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO DATA STRUCTURES (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 140.
0332 lec 9:00AM - 11:10AM F M. HAGHGOO AD 319
& lab 11:20AM - 1:30PM F M. HAGHGOO AD 319


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 138 3.00 Units
ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 103 or CSIT 108.
0342 lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM ON LINE
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM ON LINE
3314 lec 7:00PM - 9:10PM W M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM AD 302
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA M.B. PASHAZADEH MONAJEM ON LINE


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 139 3.00 Units
PROGRAMMING IN C (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 104, CSIT 107.
3148 lec 7:00PM - 9:10PM TTh S. DAKDUK AD 302
& lab 4:15 hrs/wk TBA S. DAKDUK ON LINE
(8 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2009, Ends 4/4/2009)


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 140 3.00 Units
PROGRAMMING IN C++ (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 139.
3149 lec 7:00PM - 9:10PM TTh S. DAKDUK AD 302
& lab 4:15 hrs/wk TBA S. DAKDUK ON LINE
(8 Week Class - Starts 4/13/2009, Ends 6/8/2009)


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 141 3.00 Units
PROGRAMMING IN JAVA (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103. ADVISORY: CSIT 107 and CSIT 104.
0328 lec 1:40PM - 6:30PM S M. SAMPLEWALA AD 302
& lab 4:00 hrs/wk TBA M. SAMPLEWALA ON LINE
(8 Week Class - Starts 2/9/2009, Ends 4/4/2009)


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 142 3.00 Units
ADVANCED JAVA

0343 lec 1:40PM - 6:00PM S S. JIANTO AD 302
& lab 6:50 hrs/wk TBA S. JIANTO ON LINE
(9 Week Class - Starts 4/13/2009, Ends 6/8/2009)


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 148 3.00 Units
ADVANCED SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103.
3153 lec 7:00PM - 9:10PM T S.J. GONSOSKI AD 319
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA S.J. GONSOSKI ON LINE


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 151 3.00 Units
MACROMEDIA DREAMWEAVER I

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 and 108 or CSIT 103.
3661 lec 5:30PM - 7:40PM M L.A. FLORES AD 305
& lab 7:50PM - 10:00PM M L.A. FLORES AD 305


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 152 3.00 Units
MACROMEDIA FLASH

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 151.
3152 lec 5:30PM - 7:40PM T L.A. FLORES AD 305
& lab 7:50PM - 10:00PM T L.A. FLORES AD 305


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 155 3.00 Units
ELECTRONIC COMMERCE (E-COMMERCE)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101 or CSIT 103. DESCRIPTION: This course offers hands-on experience in designing and implementing business-to-consumer and business-to-business web commerce sites.
3651 lec 5:30PM - 7:40PM T P.S. ATKINSON CCW 255
& lab 7:40PM - 10:00PM T P.S. ATKINSON CCW 255


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 156 3.00 Units
XML PROGRAMMING (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 158. (2 Hours Lecture, 2 Hours Laboratory.)
3663 lec 5:30PM - 7:40PM Th A. NAMAZI AD 305
& lab 7:50PM - 10:00PM Th A. NAMAZI AD 305


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 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 lec 7:00PM - 9:10PM T C.C. HOLLIDAY AD 318
& lab 2:15 hrs/wk TBA C.C. HOLLIDAY ON LINE


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 159 3.00 Units
WEB PROJECTS (CSU) (RPT 2)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 158.
0334 lec 9:00AM - 12:10PM S M. SAMPLEWALA CHEM 12
& lab 12:30PM - 3:40PM S M. SAMPLEWALA CHEM 12


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 168 3.00 Units
THE UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 101. DESCRIPTION: Covers basic features of the UNIX operating system including commands and concepts for running, application handling files, directories, permissions, networking, and scripting.
3650 lec 5:30PM - 7:40PM M P.S. ATKINSON AD 302
& lab 7:50PM - 10:00PM M P.S. ATKINSON AD 318


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 182 3.00 Units
COMPUTER NETWORKING CISCO II (CSU)

PREREQUISITE: CSIT 181. DESCRIPTION: This course continues to cover those topics described above for CSIT 181 from a more advanced perspective, and in more depth.
3167 lec 4:35PM - 6:40PM W S.J. BAIK AD 305
& lab 6:50PM - 10:00PM W S.J. BAIK AD 305


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 186 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE: SQL AND PL/SQL (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: (2 Hours Lecture, 3 Hours Laboratory.)
0347 lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA S. DAKDUK ON LINE
& lab 9:00AM - 12:10PM S S. DAKDUK AD 319


COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 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 database storage, and manage users and their privileges.
0337 lec 8:00AM - 10:10AM S M. SAMPLEWALA AD 302
& lab 10:20AM - 1:20PM S M. SAMPLEWALA AD 302

 

 

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
Chair Roger Wolf, JH312G (323) 953-4000 ext. 2810

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

 
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 001 4.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS FOR TECHNICIANS (CSU)

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: First course in computer technology major introducing the physical aspects of computer hardware and low-level programming.
0350 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW G.W. HOLMES CHEM 12
& lab 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW G.W. HOLMES CHEM 12
3170 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W G.W. HOLMES CHEM 12
& lab 6:50PM - 10:00PM M F.F. HUMBLE CHEM 12


COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 012 4.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER HARDWARE (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: One of two courses on the computer hardware and operation to prepare students for Comp TIA A+ certification exam.
0352 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW M. YAZDANIAN DH 302
& lab 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW M. YAZDANIAN DH 302
3172 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM T W.M. SLAWINSKI DH 302
& lab 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th W.M. SLAWINSKI DH 302


COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 014 4.00 Units
A-PLUS CERTIFICATION PREPARATION

ADVISORY: Computer Technology 1 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: One of two courses on the computer hardware and operation to prepare students for Comp TIA A+ certification exam.
0353 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM TTh M. YAZDANIAN CHEM 12
& lab 10:35AM - 12:00PM TTh M. YAZDANIAN CHEM 12
3175 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM T G.W. HOLMES CHEM 12
& lab 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th G.W. HOLMES CHEM 12


COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 015 4.00 Units
NET-PLUS CERTIFICATION PREPARATION

PREREQUISITE: Computer Technology 4. ADVISORY: Computer Technology 1 and 12
DESCRIPTION: Provides an in-depth examination of the technology and skill necessary to install, configure, and operate local and wide-area computer networks. Prepares the student for the CompTIA Network+ Certification Examination.
3171 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM M S.M. VILLERAL DH 302
& lab 6:50PM - 10:00PM W S.M. VILLERAL DH 302


COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 119 6.00 Units
DIGITAL HOME TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATOR CERTIFICATION PREPARATION
DESCRIPTION: Prepares the student for the CompTIA-DHTI+ Certification Exam. Reviews principles of home technology systems, structured wiring, home computer networks design and installation, distributed audio/video systems, home lighting management systems, home communication systems, HVAC and water management, security, and surveillance systems, home access control systems.
3180 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM TTh Staff CCW 256
  


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