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DE ANZA COLLEGE

2012 Winter Class Listings

De Anza College Printed Course Schedule: Winter 2012

Courses/Sections Found: 2282 Generated: Tue, 15 Nov 2011 09:55:41 PST

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****** Accounting

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ACCT 1A: Financial Accounting I

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: The primary objective of this course is to help students learn how accounting meets the information needs of various users by developing and communicating information that is used in decision-making. Accordingly, the expected student outcome is the demonstration that the student can read, analyze and interpret external financial statements.

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ACCT-001A-01

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:00 AM-01:55 PM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 03:30 PM-05:45 PM 06:00 PM-08:15 PM 06:00 PM-08:15 PM

MTWThF S MTWThF MTWThF TTh MW MW TTh

BOTSFORD, LYDIA HEDGPETH III, SAMUEL BREEN, MARY BREEN, MARY BREEN, MARY HURST, STEPHEN PIRRONE, DAVID SALAH, DANNY

L81 L76 L81 TBA L81 L84 L81 L81

ACCT-001A-01L Financial Accounting I (CLAS) ACCT-001A-03 ACCT-001A-05 ACCT-001A-08 ACCT-001A-10 ACCT-001A-62 ACCT-001A-63 Financial Accounting I (CLAS) Financial Accounting I (CLAS) Financial Accounting I (CLAS) Financial Accounting I (CLAS) Financial Accounting I (CLAS) Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

30459 * ACCT-001A-63Z Financial Accounting I (CLAS) TBA TBA GOUGH, WALTER ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): ACCT-001A-63Z: Online Course with on-campus exams and video component. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30409 ACCT-001A-64 Financial Accounting I (CLAS) 08:30 PM-10:45 PM MW PIRRONE, DAVID L81

ACCT 1B: Financial Accounting II

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: The primary objective of this course is to help students learn how accounting meets the information needs of various users by developing and communicating information that is used in decision-making. Accordingly, the expected student outcome is the demonstration that the student can read, analyze and interpret external financial statements.

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ACCT-001B-01

Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:00 AM-01:55 PM

MTWThF S

BREEN, MARY SPINOZZI, DANIEL

L84 L84

ACCT-001B-01L Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

31151 * ACCT-001B-02Y Financial Accounting II (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW KWAK, CHRISTOPHER L84 31151 * ACCT-001B-02Y Financial Accounting II (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM F KWAK, CHRISTOPHER L84 Course Notes (Winter): ACCT -001B-02Y: Hybrid. Some online instruction. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online. Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically MW from 9:30am-11:20am. Instructor is available on line every F 09:30am-10:20am. 00020 * ACCT-001B-03Y Financial Accounting II (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM TTh GOUGH, WALTER MCC-17 Course Notes (Winter): ACCT-001B-03Y: Hybrid. Some online instruction. Approximately 15% of the course will be delivered online. Access to the Internet required. Financial Accounting meets T,R from 11:00AM until 1:15PM, except on the following days: Thurs. 1/26, Tues. 2/21, and Thurs. 3/8. On those dates, the instructor will be available on-line from 11:00AM until 1:15PM. 00021 ACCT-001B-04 Financial Accounting II (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF OSBORNE, LAWRENCE L74

31152 * ACCT-001B-04Y Financial Accounting II (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh KWAK, CHRISTOPHER L84 31152 * ACCT-001B-04Y Financial Accounting II (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM F KWAK, CHRISTOPHER L84 Course Notes (Winter): ACCT -01B.-04Y: Hybrid. Some online instruction. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online. Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically TR from 9:30am-11:20am. Instructor is available on line every F 10:30am-11:20am.

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00022 00023 00024 00025 00026 00027 00029 00030 00031

ACCT-001B-05 ACCT-001B-06 ACCT-001B-07 ACCT-001B-08 ACCT-001B-09 ACCT-001B-10 ACCT-001B-12 ACCT-001B-62 ACCT-001B-63

Financial Accounting II (CLAS) Financial Accounting II (CLAS) Financial Accounting II (CLAS) Financial Accounting II (CLAS) Financial Accounting II (CLAS) Financial Accounting II (CLAS) Financial Accounting II (CLAS) Financial Accounting II (CLAS) Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 03:30 PM-05:45 PM 06:00 PM-08:15 PM 08:30 PM-10:45 PM

MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF MW TTh TTh TTh MW

MELLO, KEVIN OSBORNE, LAWRENCE MELLO, KEVIN OSBORNE, LAWRENCE VENKATA, LAKSHMAMMA VENKATA, LAKSHMAMMA BROWN, TERRANCE BROWN, TERRANCE TERUEL, FRANK

L76 L74 L76 L74 L74 L74 L74 L76 L84

30460 * ACCT-001B-63Z Financial Accounting II (CLAS) TBA TBA KWAK, CHRISTOPHER ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): ACCT-001B-63Z: Online course with on-campus final exam. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

ACCT 1C: Managerial Accounting

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1B. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Study the role of management accounting information in organizations for operational control, product and customer costing, and performance measurement.

00033 31137 31142 00035 31195 00036 00037 00038 00039 31153

ACCT-001C-01

Managerial Accounting (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:00 AM-01:55 PM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 03:30 PM-05:45 PM 06:00 PM-08:15 PM 06:00 PM-08:15 PM

MTWThF S MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF MW TTh MW MW TTh

MELLO, KEVIN MARTINELLI, MARK BOTSFORD, LYDIA BOTSFORD, LYDIA HUNG, LIH MELLO, KEVIN HUNG, LIH PARK, SE TERUEL, FRANK MARTINELLI, MARK

L76 L74 L81 L81 L76 L76 L76 L81 L84 L74

ACCT-001C-01L Managerial Accounting (CLAS) ACCT-001C-02 ACCT-001C-04 ACCT-001C-05 ACCT-001C-06 ACCT-001C-07 ACCT-001C-08 ACCT-001C-61 ACCT-001C-62 Managerial Accounting (CLAS) Managerial Accounting (CLAS) Managerial Accounting (CLAS) Managerial Accounting (CLAS) Managerial Accounting (CLAS) Managerial Accounting (CLAS) Managerial Accounting (CLAS) Managerial Accounting (CLAS)

30511 * ACCT-001C-63Z Managerial Accounting (CLAS) TBA TBA GOUGH, WALTER ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): ACCT-001C-63Z Online Course with on campus final exam. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

ACCT 51A: Intermediate Accounting

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1B. Course Description: Principles, control, and theory of accounting for assets, financial statements, cash and cash flows, receivables, inventories, plant and equipment, intangible assets.

00040

ACCT-051A-61

Intermediate Accounting (CLAS)

06:00 PM-08:15 PM

MW

PARK, SE

L74

ACCT 51B: Intermediate Accounting

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1B. Advisory: Accounting 51A. Course Description: Principles, control, and theory of accounting for liabilities and equities, corporations, accounting changes, statements from incomplete records, price level and fair-value accounting.

00041

ACCT-051B-02

Intermediate Accounting (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:45 PM

MW

KWAK, CHRISTOPHER

L84

ACCT 64: Payroll and Business Tax Accounting

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263;

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Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Fundamentals of payroll accounting using manual and computerized accounting systems. Theoretical and practical aspects of payroll accounting and reporting. Course includes Federal and California payroll tax rules and forms.

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ACCT-064.-01L ACCT-064.-61

Payroll and Business Tax Accounting (CLAS) Payroll and Business Tax Accounting (CLAS)

09:00 AM-11:55 AM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM

S M

MASTERS, LILIAN MASTERS, LILIAN

L81 L76

ACCT 66: Cost Accounting

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1B. Course Description: Procedures, practices, and fundamentals used by accountants when costing products or services, evaluating and measuring performances, and reporting results to users of accounting information.

00044 * ACCT-066.-63Z Cost Accounting (CLAS) TBA TBA KWAK, CHRISTOPHER ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): ACCT-066.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

ACCT 67A: Federal Income Tax

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Business 67A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Accounting 67.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 210 or equivalent; Accounting 1A (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: A study of current federal income tax law and the procedures for preparing an individual's tax return.

30512

ACCT-067A-61

Federal Income Tax (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:50 PM

M

RIORDAN, MICHAEL

G6

ACCT 67B: Advanced Tax Accounting I

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Business 67B. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Accounting 68A.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Accounting 67A or Business 67A. Course Description: A study of current federal income tax law and California income tax law as it relates to individuals and sole proprietorship taxes.

00046

ACCT-067B-01

Advanced Tax Accounting I (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

MW

BOTSFORD, LYDIA

L81

ACCT 68: Advanced Tax Accounting II

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Accounting 68B.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Accounting 1A. Course Description: A study of current federal income tax law as it relates to corporations, partnerships, estates, trusts, and gift taxes. California tax law differences will be highlighted.

31154

ACCT-068.-61

Advanced Tax Accounting II (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:50 PM

W

RODRIGUEZ, JAMES

G6

ACCT 86: Computer Accounting Systems

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Computer Information Systems 86. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Fundamentals of computerized accounting using integrated general ledger software packages and electronic spreadsheet software. Conversion of a manual system to a computer system.

00048

ACCT-086.-61

Computer Accounting Systems (CLAS)

06:00 PM-08:15 PM

TTh

BREEN, MARY

L84

ACCT 87AH: Computerized Accounting Programs I (Peachtree - Windows)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A. Course Description: Introduction to computerized accounting for service industry. Applications include general ledger setup, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. Course will take advantage of new accounting software being used in industry.

00051 00051

ACCT-87AH-01 ACCT-87AH-01

Computerized Accounting Programs I (Peachtree - Windows) (CLAS) Computerized Accounting Programs I (Peachtree - Windows) (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh TTh

HURST, STEPHEN HURST, STEPHEN

AT205 AT203

ACCT 87AI: Computerized Accounting Programs I (Quickbooks)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A.

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Course Description: Introduction to computerized accounting for service industry. Applications include general ledger setup, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. Course will take advantage of new accounting software being used in industry.

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ACCT-87AI-01 ACCT-87AI-01

Computerized Accounting Programs I (Quickbooks) (CLAS) Computerized Accounting Programs I (Quickbooks) (CLAS)

02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-04:20 PM

TTh TTh

HAMMOND, LAURIENNE HAMMOND, LAURIENNE

AT205 AT203

ACCT 87AJ: Computerized Accounting Programs I (Microsoft Dynamics GP)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A. Course Description: Introduction to computerized accounting for service industry. Applications include general ledger setup, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll. Course will take advantage of new accounting software being used in industry.

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ACCT-87AJ-01

Computerized Accounting Programs I (Microsoft Dynamics GP) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM (CLAS)

MW

HAMMOND, LAURIENNE

AT311

ACCT 88: Excel Spreadsheets for Accounting

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Computer Applications and Office Systems 93AH or 93AK or 93AL. Course Description: Fundamentals of electronic spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel software. Concentration on solving accounting problems and completing accounting projects with Excel.

00049 31139 31140

ACCT-088.-01 ACCT-088.-02 ACCT-088.-03

Excel Spreadsheets for Accounting (CLAS) Excel Spreadsheets for Accounting (CLAS) Excel Spreadsheets for Accounting (CLAS)

01:30 PM-02:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM

TTh MW TTh

HAMMOND, LAURIENNE HAMMOND, LAURIENNE HURST, STEPHEN

AT311 AT311 AT205

ACCT 105: Basic Financial Accounting Procedures

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Accounting 1A. Course Description: Procedural aspects of accounting; including the accounting equation, analysis of business transactions, debit and credit rules, and aspects of the accounting cycle.

31138

ACCT-105.-01

Basic Financial Accounting Procedures (CLAS)

01:30 PM-02:20 PM

M

HAMMOND, LAURIENNE

AT203

****** Administration of Justice

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ADMJ 1: Introduction to Administration of Justice

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Political Science 10. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The history and philosophy of the administration of justice in America. A study of the overall system from its European antecedents and development within the United States; identification of various subsystems and components; their role expectations and interrelationships; basic premise of crime, punishment and rehabilitation; the role of education in the administration of justice within a democracy.

00053 30870 30016

ADMJ-001.-01 ADMJ-001.-02 ADMJ-001.-61

Introduction to Administration of Justice (CLAS) Introduction to Administration of Justice (CLAS) Introduction to Administration of Justice (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 05:30 PM-09:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh T

LAWLOR, MARNI GOMES, RODNEY MC CLURE, JACQUELYN

L22 L21 L21

ADMJ 3: Concepts of Criminal Law (CP 2)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Paralegal 3 and Political Science 13. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Historical development, philosophy of law and constitutional provisions; definitions, classification of crime, and their application to the system of administration of justice; legal research, study of case law, methodology, and concepts of law as a social force in a multicultural, multiethnic society.

00054

ADMJ-003.-01

Concepts of Criminal Law (CP 2) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

ELLIS, TERRY

L22

ADMJ 5: Community Relations

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 ||

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Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Examination of interrelationships of Administration of Justice practitioners and multicultural, multiethnic communities.

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ADMJ-005.-01

Community Relations (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

SUITS, JAMES

L21

ADMJ 29: Cultural Pluralism and American Law and Justice

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 29. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Administration of Justice 58.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An interdisciplinary study of marginalized peoples and their relationship to the law. Examines the legal perspective on cultural diversity in the United States, including race, ethnicity, gender, class, religious background, disability, and sexual orientation. Analyzes how these groups interact with mainstream society through American law, concentrating on both historical and contemporary state and federal legislation and court rulings. Analyzes how the courts play a role in determining the status of minority groups.

00057 * ADMJ-029.-61Y Cultural Pluralism and American Law and Justice (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W KENSLER, MEGHAN MCC-10 Course Notes (Winter): ADMJ -029.61Y: Hybrid. Some online instruction. Access to the internet required. Class meets physically on Wednesdays 6:30pm-10:20pm, except 2/8 and 3/14. Instructor will be available online on those dates.

ADMJ 53: Criminal Law II

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An advanced course in criminal law emphasizing substantive California statutory criminal codes.

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ADMJ-053.-61

Criminal Law II (CLAS)

05:30 PM-10:20 PM

Th

GOMES, RODNEY

L25

ADMJ 56: Practical Writing for Administration of Justice

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Designed to acquaint the student with important developments, techniques and applications in the art and science of report writing for criminal justice professionals.

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ADMJ-056.-01

Practical Writing for Administration of Justice (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

SUITS, JAMES

L21

ADMJ 60: Patrol Procedures

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Administration of Justice 75. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Responsibilities, techniques, and methods of police patrol. Practical experience in law enforcement techniques.

30837

ADMJ-060.-61

Patrol Procedures (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:20 PM

W

DAVIS, DAVID

L21

ADMJ 61: Criminal Investigation

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Administration of Justice 3 or 75. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Fundamentals of crime investigation; techniques of crime scene search and recording; collection and preservation of physical evidence; use of scientific aids; modus operandi processes; sources of information; interviewing techniques.

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ADMJ-061.-01

Criminal Investigation (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

MW

DAVIS, DAVID

L21

ADMJ 62: Sexual Assault, Police and Community Response

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Psychology 63. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Societal and psychological aspects of sexual assault, the perpetrators and the victims; practical application of the police investigation, the criminal justice process, and social service intervention.

30835

ADMJ-062.-01

Sexual Assault, Police and Community Response (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

MC CLURE, JACQUELYN

L21

ADMJ 64: Administration of Justice Internship

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Administration of Justice 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law enforcement, corrections/probation, private security or human services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

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30915 ADMJ-064.-55 Administration of Justice Internship (LAB) TBA TBA ELLIS, TERRY TBA Course Notes (Winter): ADMJ-064.-55: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Administration of Justice majors. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.

ADMJ 64X: Administration of Justice Internship

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Administration of Justice 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law enforcement, corrections/probation, private security or human services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

30916 ADMJ-064X-55 Administration of Justice Internship (LAB) TBA TBA ELLIS, TERRY L13C Course Notes (Winter): ADMJ-064X-55: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Administration of Justice majors. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.

ADMJ 64Y: Administration of Justice Internship

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Administration of Justice 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law enforcement, corrections/probation, private security or human services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

30917 ADMJ-064Y-55 Administration of Justice Internship (LAB) TBA TBA ELLIS, TERRY L13C Course Notes (Winter): ADMJ-064Y-55: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Administration of Justice majors. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.

ADMJ 64Z: Administration of Justice Internship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Administration of Justice 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law enforcement, corrections/probation, private security or human services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

30918 ADMJ-064Z-55 Administration of Justice Internship (LAB) TBA TBA ELLIS, TERRY L13C Course Notes (Winter): ADMJ-064Z-55: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Administration of Justice majors. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.

ADMJ 73: Crime and Criminology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Sociology 73. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to major types of crime and criminal behavior, examining demographics and measurement of crime, theories of causation and victimization, crime prevention and crime control.

31133

ADMJ-073.-61

Crime and Criminology (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

T

STAFF, M

L65

ADMJ 75: Principles and Procedures of the Justice System

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Paralegal 75 and Political Science 75. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Procedures followed by law enforcement and courts in criminal cases; constitutional principles governing those procedures.

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ADMJ-075.-61

Principles and Procedures of the Justice System (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:20 PM

M

HERLIHY, JOHN

L21

ADMJ 90A: Legal Aspects of Evidence (CP 4)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Paralegal 90A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The origin, development, and content of the rules of evidence; kinds of degrees of evidence and rules governing admissibility of evidence.

30789

ADMJ-090A-61

Legal Aspects of Evidence (CP 4) (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:20 PM

W

STAFF, M

L25

ADMJ 95: Overview of American Law

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Paralegal 95 and Political Science 95. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273.

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Course Description: Overview of the major substantive areas of American law: Agency, contracts, constitutional law, corporations, criminal law, family law, property, torts, wills and estates.

00070

ADMJ-095.-01

Overview of American Law (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

ELLIS, TERRY

L22

****** Anthropology

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ANTH 1: Physical Anthropology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Biological structure and evolution of primates with particular emphasis on Homo sapiens as a culture-bearing animal. Relationships between human and non-human primates; genetic, physical, and cultural variations in living human groups; social organization and gender roles in primate and human societies; and considerations of future human evolution.

30873 31010 00073 00074 00075 00077 00078 00079 00080 00081

ANTH-001.-01 ANTH-001.-01L ANTH-001.-02 ANTH-001.-03 ANTH-001.-04 ANTH-001.-05 ANTH-001.-06 ANTH-001.-07 ANTH-001.-08 ANTH-001.-09

Physical Anthropology (CLAS) Physical Anthropology (CLAS) Physical Anthropology (CLAS) Physical Anthropology (CLAS) Physical Anthropology (CLAS) Physical Anthropology (CLAS) Physical Anthropology (CLAS) Physical Anthropology (CLAS) Physical Anthropology (CLAS) Physical Anthropology (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:30 AM-12:20 PM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM

MTWTh F MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh TTh MW MW

NENGO, ISAIAH NARAYANAN, USHA NENGO, ISAIAH TIWANA, AMEETA TIWANA, AMEETA NENGO, ISAIAH ANDRADE, CLAUDIA STEMLER, ANN SIMPKINS, ROBERT SIMPKINS, ROBERT

L24 L24 L24 L24 ADM119 L24 S55 L24 L24 L24

ANTH 1L: Physical Anthropology Laboratory

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in Anthropology 1. Course Description: Laboratory course in which the students apply and practice the scientific methods, techniques and procedures used by physical anthropologists to understand human evolution, non human primates and human variation. Students gain practical experience and a deeper understanding by participating in lab exercises, activities and experiments that explore human evolution, osteology, forensics, genetics, modern human variation, primate anatomy and behavior.

31009

ANTH-001L-01L

Physical Anthropology Laboratory (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM

F

CASARETO, ANA

SC2108

ANTH 2: Cultural Anthropology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: The anthropological approach to the study of human behavior from a cross-cultural, comparative perspective. An exploration into the languages, subsistence, economics, sociopolitical systems, religions, and world views of diverse world cultures. An assessment of the dynamics of culture change and the future prospects for humanity.

30872 00082 00083 00084 00085 00087 00089 00090 30874

ANTH-002.-01 ANTH-002.-02 ANTH-002.-03 ANTH-002.-04 ANTH-002.-05 ANTH-002.-06 ANTH-002.-07 ANTH-002.-07L ANTH-002.-08

Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) Cultural Anthropology (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-05:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh F TTh

CARTIER, ROBERT YANG, KYEJUNG NENGO, ISAIAH NENGO, ISAIAH YANG, KYEJUNG TIWANA, AMEETA CODDINGTON, IQBAL BERRY, LESLIE SHARANGPANI, MUKTA

L23 G4 L26 L24 MQ-3 L24 L25 L24 G10

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00091 00088

ANTH-002.-09 ANTH-002.-61

Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) Cultural Anthropology (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MW TTh

CODDINGTON, IQBAL ISHAYA, ARIANNE

L72 L24

30465 * ANTH-002.-63Z Cultural Anthropology (TBA) TBA TBA ISHAYA, ARIANNE LC107 Course Notes (Winter): ANTH-002.-63Z: Online course with required on-campus exams. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

ANTH 3: Introduction to Archeology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Anthropology 55.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introduction to the field of archaeology within the discipline of anthropology including discussion of scientific methods, the history of archaeology, field and laboratory methods used in the analysis of archaeological data, and theories used to interpret the past. This course explores how archaeologists recover, analyze material and reconstruct ancient cultures and societies. Archaeological ethics and real-world issues concerning looting, collecting, preservation, and the role of indigenous peoples will be examined.

00093

ANTH-003.-01

Introduction to Archeology (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

OLSEN, NANCY

L25

ANTH 4: World Prehistory

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Worldwide patterns of cultural transformation, from the earliest foraging societies to the development of agrarian states. The prehistoric interpretation of these changes based upon the comparison of archaeological evidence from Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, the Americas, and Oceania.

00094

ANTH-004.-01

World Prehistory (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWTh

CARTIER, ROBERT

L23

****** Arabic Language

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ARBC 2: Elementary Arabic (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Arabic 92.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arabic 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Arabic) or equivalent. Course Description: Continuation of elementary speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in targeted language functions, with Arabic as the primary language of instruction. Focus on greater structural accuracy and communicative competence. Study of basic geographical, historical, and cultural features of Arabic-speaking world areas.

00108

ARBC-002.-01

Elementary Arabic (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

LAQTIB, RABIAA

L62

****** Arts

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ARTS 1A: Introduction to the Visual Arts

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An exploration of visual imagery throughout the world, for the purpose of refining visual literacy skills. Works of art will be studied by means of formal analysis and medium, the social experiences of artists, the function of works of art in their original environment, and comparison of works from different cultures. Primary emphasis will be on paintings, graphic works, and sculpture.

00109 30948 00110

ARTS-001A-01 ARTS-001A-02 ARTS-001A-03

Introduction to the Visual Arts (CLAS) Introduction to the Visual Arts (CLAS) Introduction to the Visual Arts (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 04:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW MW MW

BRESNAN, ELIZABETH MJELDE, ELIZABETH MJELDE, ELIZABETH

AT120 VPA132 VPA132

ARTS 1B: Architecture Past and Present

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An exploration of architecture throughout the world, for the purpose of refining visual literacy skills. Works of architecture will be studied comparatively with regard to form and function, and numerous architectural concepts will be examined.

00111

ARTS-001B-01

Architecture Past and Present (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

PASTUREL, DEBORAH

AT120

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ARTS 2A: History of Art (Europe from Prehistory through Early Christianity)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images, objects, and works of architecture produced from the prehistoric period of European history through approximately the year 600 C.E., including discussion of Stone Age, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Greek, Etrurian, Roman, and Byzantine cultures.

00112

ARTS-002A-01L

History of Art (Europe from Prehistory through Early Christianity) 09:30 AM-01:25 PM (CLAS)

S

KARMI, YAEL

VPA132

ARTS 2B: History of Art (Europe During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images, objects, and works of architecture produced from approximately 600 through 1600 C.E., including discussion of Islamic and European cultures during the Middle Ages, and the art of the Renaissance (including Mannerism) in both northern and southern Europe.

00113

ARTS-002B-01

History of Art (Europe During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

MJELDE, ELIZABETH

AT120

ARTS 2C: History of Art (Europe from the Baroque Period through Impressionism)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images, objects, and works of architecture produced in Europe from c. 1600 through the 1880s, including discussion of both northern and southern European cultures.

00114

ARTS-002C-61

History of Art (Europe from the Baroque Period through Impressionism) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MW

PENNINGTON, SIMON

VPA132

ARTS 2D: History of Art (Europe and the United States from Post-Impressionism to the Present)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images, objects, and works of architecture produced from the 1880s to the present, including discussion of numerous European and American cultural groups.

00115

ARTS-002D-01

History of Art (Europe and the United States from Post-Impressionism to the Present) (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

TTh

ROEHL, PAUL

VPA132

ARTS 2F: History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 5. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A cross-cultural introduction to American art history which includes interdisciplinary analysis of diverse art forms generated by artists of color, including African Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, Latina(o)s/Chicana(o)s, and Americans of non-European heritage. Significant attention will be given to issues considered important by each ethnicity or group as well as issues related to racism, gender, and social class. Traditions, values, and cultural expressions of diverse societies and their contributions to American visual culture are explored.

00116 00117 00118

ARTS-002F-01 ARTS-002F-02 ARTS-002F-03

History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (CLAS) History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (CLAS) History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 04:30 PM-06:20 PM

TTh MW TTh

CADGE-MOORE, CATIE CADGE-MOORE, CATIE OLSEN, NANCY

VPA132 VPA132 L64

30296 * ARTS-002F-63Z History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (TBA) TBA TBA CADGE-MOORE, CATIE LC107 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-002F-63Z Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on syllabus and orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

ARTS 2G: History of Art (Arts of Asia)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as International Studies 10. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A general introduction to art through major Asian artistic traditions. Focuses upon paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and architecture and their religious, cultural, historical, and social contexts. Examines arts from China, Japan, India, Central Asia, Himalayas, and Southeast Asia and assesses the contributions of Asian art in a global context.

00119 00120

ARTS-002G-01 ARTS-002G-62

History of Art (Arts of Asia) (CLAS) History of Art (Arts of Asia) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM

TTh TTh

LEE, SO KAM LEE, SO KAM

VPA132 FOR4

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ARTS 2H: History of Art: Native Arts of Mesoamerica and South America

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as International Studies 21. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A general introduction to the visual arts of the indigenous cultures of Mesoamerica, an area extending from northern Mexico through Central America, and the Andean region of South America. This course covers diverse art forms, including architecture, ceramics, weaving, painting and sculpture from antiquity to the present. Topics addressing the religious, cultural, social, economic and political contexts of the art will be explored. Compares indigenous arts of the Americas to other world art traditions and assesses the contributions of indigenous cultures in a global context.

00121

ARTS-002H-01

History of Art: Native Arts of Mesoamerica and South America (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

CADGE-MOORE, CATIE

VPA132

ARTS 3TE: Today's Working Artist

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Co-requisite: Arts 3TE students must also enroll in Arts 3TEL. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Focuses on the issues and challenges facing today's working artists. Topics include; the roots of international contemporary art, technological influences on current art practices, and the essential components for assembling a dynamic portfolio presentation. Students will participate in assigned projects requiring both theoretical analysis and hands-on studio work.

00159 ARTS-03TE-01 Today's Working Artist (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-03TE-01: Only offered in Winter Quarter.

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

TTh

RODRIGUEZ, EUGENE

A93

ARTS 3EL:

Unit(s): ||

00182 ARTS-3TEL-01 (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-3TEL-01: Only offered in Winter Quarter.

02:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

RODRIGUEZ, EUGENE

VPA101

ARTS 4A: Beginning Drawing

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 4A, 4B, 4C and 4D may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Arts 8. Course Description: An introductory course exploring the basic elements and principles of observational drawing, using traditional and experimental media.

00123 00124 00125 00126 30497

ARTS-004A-01 ARTS-004A-02 ARTS-004A-02L ARTS-004A-61 ARTS-004A-62

Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM 08:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-03:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM

TTh TTh F MW TTh

CHANDRAS, PRAKASH CHANDRAS, PRAKASH ENGEL, MARK ROEHL, PAUL BRIGGS, MARCIA

A94 A94 A94 A94 A94

ARTS 4B: Intermediate Drawing

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 4A, 4B, 4C and 4D may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 4A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Arts 8. Course Description: An intermediate drawing course focusing on the creative interpretation of subject matter utilizing a variety of experimental, as well as traditional, techniques and media.

00128 00129

ARTS-004B-01 ARTS-004B-02

Intermediate Drawing (CLAS) Intermediate Drawing (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM 12:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW MW

MIKI, MASAKO BATTIATO, CHERYL

A94 A94

ARTS 4C: Life Drawing

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 4A, 4B, 4C and 4D may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 4A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Arts 4B, 4D and 8. Course Description: A beginning drawing course focusing on the representation and interpretation of the human figure; with attention to drawing from life.

00130

ARTS-004C-01

Life Drawing (CLAS)

03:30 PM-06:20 PM

TTh

ALLIE, BARBARA

A94

ARTS 4D: Representational Drawing

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 4A, 4B, 4C and 4D may be

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taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Formerly: (Formerly Arts 74.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 4A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Arts 8. Course Description: An intermediate level drawing course concentrating on observation and depiction of volume and perspective in a variety of drawing media.

00131

ARTS-004D-01

Representational Drawing (CLAS)

03:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW

BATTIATO, CHERYL

A93

ARTS 8: Two-Dimensional Design

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A foundation course in the use of fundamental design elements and principles for two-dimensional art.

00132 00133

ARTS-008.-01 ARTS-008.-61

Two-Dimensional Design (CLAS) Two-Dimensional Design (CLAS)

03:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM

TTh TTh

BRIGGS, MARCIA ALLIE, BARBARA

A93 A93

ARTS 10A: Three-Dimensional Design

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Introduction to design elements and principles as they apply to three-dimensional space and form. Idea explorations in various media including wire, clay, plaster, paper, wood metals and found objects.

00134 ARTS-010A-01 Three-Dimensional Design (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM MW OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-010A-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. For additional information please visit http://www.deanza.edu/creativearts/furniture 00135 ARTS-010A-61 Three-Dimensional Design (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM MW JAUCH, PATRICIA A71 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-010A-61: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. For additional information please visit http://www.deanza.edu/creativearts/furniture

ARTS 10B: Intermediate Three-Dimensional Design

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 10A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Further exploration and continuation of three-dimensional design focusing on individual projects. Use of various materials including wood, metals, plastic sheet and resin. Introduction of mold making and casting.

00136 ARTS-010B-01 Intermediate Three-Dimensional Design (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM MW OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-010B-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. For additional information please visit http://www.deanza.edu/creativearts/furniture 00137 ARTS-010B-61 Intermediate Three-Dimensional Design (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM MW JAUCH, PATRICIA A71 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-010B-61: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. For additional information please visit http://www.deanza.edu/creativearts/furniture

ARTS 12: Design and Color

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 4A and 8. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A fundamental course exploring theory and color in the visual arts.

00138

ARTS-012.-01

Design and Color (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

RODRIGUEZ, EUGENE

A93

ARTS 14A: Watercolor Painting I

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 14A, 14B and 14C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Arts 14.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Arts 4A or 8. Course Description: A comprehensive introduction to transparent watercolor painting with emphasis on basic techniques.

00139

ARTS-014A-01L

Watercolor Painting I (CLAS)

08:30 AM-02:25 PM

S

CANTER, NANCY

A93

ARTS 14B: Watercolor Painting II

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 14A, 14B and 14C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A continuation of Arts 14A with further emphasis on basic transparent watercolor techniques that relate to the unusual characteristics of the medium, including the use of watercolor pencils and aquarelle crayons in monotype.

31024

ARTS-014B-01L

Watercolor Painting II (CLAS)

08:30 AM-02:25 PM

S

CANTER, NANCY

A93

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ARTS 14C: Watercolor Painting III

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 14A, 14B and 14C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A continuation of Arts 14B with emphasis on transparent and opaque watercolor techniques. Assignments in class will explore the aesthetic concerns of developing styles, ideas, content and self expression within the watercolor medium.

00141

ARTS-014C-01L Watercolor Painting III (CLAS)

08:30 AM-02:25 PM

S

CANTER, NANCY

A93

ARTS 15A: Acrylic Painting I

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 15A, 15B and 15C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 4A and 12. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introductory course in acrylic painting with emphasis on basic techniques in both traditional and contemporary techniques that relate to the unusual characteristics of the medium.

00142

ARTS-015A-01

Acrylic Painting I (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

ENGEL, MARK

A52

ARTS 15B: Acrylic Painting II

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 15A, 15B and 15C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 15A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A continuation of Arts 15A with further emphasis on basic techniques that relate to the unusual characteristics of the medium. Surfaces other than canvas will be introduced allowing for more varied results.

00143

ARTS-015B-01

Acrylic Painting II (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

ENGEL, MARK

A52

ARTS 15C: Acrylic Painting III

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 15A, 15B and 15C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 15B. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A continuation of Arts 15B with emphasis on process rather than techniques. Problems in class will relate to aesthetic concerns of idea, content and expression within the acrylic medium.

00144

ARTS-015C-01

Acrylic Painting III (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

ENGEL, MARK

A52

ARTS 16A: Oil Painting I

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 16A, 16B and 16C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 4A and 12. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introductory oil painting course exploring the application of the media as it relates to the production of artwork through the translation of visual information. Preparation, concept and craft are fundamental as applied to aesthetic concerns.

00145

ARTS-016A-01

Oil Painting I (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

RODRIGUEZ, EUGENE

A52

ARTS 16B: Oil Painting II

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 16A, 16B and 16C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 16A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A continuation of Arts 16A with further emphasis on basic techniques that relate to the unusual characteristics of the medium. Conceptual studies, color theory and aesthetics are primary concerns. Surfaces other than canvas will be required.

00146

ARTS-016B-01

Oil Painting II (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

RODRIGUEZ, EUGENE

A52

ARTS 16C: Oil Painting III

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 16A, 16B and 16C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 16B. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A continuation of Arts 16B with emphasis on process rather than techniques. Primary concerns include shaped canvasses, glazing techniques, ideas, expression, and aesthetics relating to the oil medium.

00147

ARTS-016C-01

Oil Painting III (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

RODRIGUEZ, EUGENE

A52

ARTS 18A: Ceramics

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit. Students build

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upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Survey of ceramic construction techniques. Use of surface decoration, glazes, and ceramic kiln firing.

00148 30042

ARTS-018A-01 ARTS-018A-02

Ceramics (CLAS) Ceramics (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM 03:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW MW

GEISINGER, WILLIAM GEISINGER, WILLIAM

A51 A51

ARTS 18B: Ceramics (Beginning Wheel Throwing)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 18A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Beginning techniques of throwing on the potter's wheel. Forming, shaping, trimming, and decorating basic wheel thrown pieces. Use of stoneware firing techniques and processes in Ceramics (Arts 18A).

00149

ARTS-018B-01

Ceramics (Beginning Wheel Throwing) (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

GEISINGER, WILLIAM

A51

ARTS 18C: Ceramics (Intermediate Wheel Throwing)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 18B. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Intermediate techniques of throwing on the potter's wheel. Forming, shaping, trimming , and surface development of intermediate wheel thrown pieces. Build upon throwing techniques and processes in Beginning Wheel Throwing (Arts 18B).

00150

ARTS-018C-01

Ceramics (Intermediate Wheel Throwing) (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

GEISINGER, WILLIAM

A51

ARTS 18D: Ceramics Hand Building

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Formerly: (Formerly Arts 66D.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 18A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Ceramic construction techniques: use of pinch, coil and slab processes. Use of a variety of clay bodies and various firing techniques associated with functional and non-functional ceramic work.

30043

ARTS-018D-01

Ceramics Hand Building (CLAS)

03:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW

GEISINGER, WILLIAM

A51

ARTS 18E: Ceramics (Advanced Wheel Throwing)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Formerly: (Formerly Arts 80.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 18C. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Advanced techniques of throwing on the potter's wheel. Introduction to combined forms and developing the vessel as an aesthetic object. Development of shapes, function and individual expression with clay.

00151

ARTS-018E-01

Ceramics (Advanced Wheel Throwing) (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

GEISINGER, WILLIAM

A51

ARTS 19K: Ceramic Decoration

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 18A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Surface treatments and refinement used in the production of stoneware, earthenware, and porcelain.

31180

ARTS-019K-01

Ceramic Decoration (CLAS)

09:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

MAU, LINDA

A51

ARTS 19N: Ceramics Porcelain

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Formerly: (Formerly Arts 64N.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 18A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Survey of porcelain as a ceramic material. Use of surface decoration, glazes, and ceramic kiln firing.

31179

ARTS-019N-01

Ceramics Porcelain (CLAS)

09:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

MAU, LINDA

A51

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ARTS 20: Ceramics Individual Laboratory

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 18A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Supervised use of ceramic studio equipment for independent skill development; hand building, wheel throwing, kiln firing.

00154

ARTS-020.-01

Ceramics Individual Laboratory (LAB)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

GEISINGER, WILLIAM

A51

ARTS 37A: Sculpture

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 37A, 37B and 37C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent; Arts 10A. Course Description: Beginning sculpture, with an emphasis on idea development, visual investigation and the sculpture making process, including construction, carving, casting and mixed media.

00155 ARTS-037A-01 Sculpture (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM MW OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-37A-01: Study the art of stone carving and metal sculpture. Stone carving will include idea development, selection of stone, use of pneumatic and hand tools, and finishing. Metal sculpture will explore the construction process, including welding (Oxy-Acetylene, MIG, TIG and Plasma Cutter) and sheet metal forming.

ARTS 37B: Intermediate Sculpture

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 37A, 37B and 37C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 37A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Intermediate sculpture with emphasis on further formulation of idea development, visual investigation and its making process. Additional materials and processes will be examined.

00156 ARTS-037B-01 Intermediate Sculpture (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM MW OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-037B-01: Study the art of stone carving and metal sculpture. Stone carving will include idea development, selection of stone, use of pneumatic and hand tools, and finishing. Metal sculpture will explore the construction process, including welding (Oxy-Acetylene, MIG, TIG and Plasma Cutter) and sheet metal forming.

ARTS 37C: Advanced Sculpture

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 37A, 37B and 37C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 37B. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Advanced sculpture with an emphasis on idea development, visual investigation and the sculpture making process. Additional materials and processes will be examined and demonstrated.

00157 ARTS-037C-01 Advanced Sculpture (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM MW OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-037C-01: Study the art of stone carving and metal sculpture. Stone carving will include idea development, selection of stone, use of pneumatic and hand tools, and finishing. Metal sculpture will explore the construction process, including welding (Oxy-Acetylene, MIG, TIG and Plasma Cutter) and sheet metal forming.

ARTS 53A: Introduction to Visual Technology

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Arts 8. Course Description: A survey of the computer based electronic technology used by visual artists and designers. Student projects explore the creative potential of basic program options and experience how each relates to today's electronic media environment. Introductory use of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Flash and Adobe InDesign.

00163

ARTS-053A-61

Introduction to Visual Technology (CLAS)

05:30 PM-08:20 PM

TTh

NAGEL, WILLIAM

AT101

ARTS 53B: Introduction to Visual Technology

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 53A. Course Description: Introductory use of art and design software for the computer. Emphasis on the creative process and the computer as a tool used by artists and designers today. Software used is Adobe Photoshop.

00164 * ARTS-053B-61Y Introduction to Visual Technology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM M COLE, MICHAEL AT101 00164 * ARTS-053B-61Y Introduction to Visual Technology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM W COLE, MICHAEL ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-053B-61Y: Hybrid. Access to the Internet required. Face-to-face meetings will be held in AT101 on Mondays from 5:30-8:20 p.m. Online meetings will be held on Wednesdays from 5:30-8:20 p.m.

ARTS 55A: Graphic Design-Communication

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 ||

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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 53A. Course Description: The analysis and interpretation of the elements and principles of design as applied to the practice of graphic design and visual communication. Emphasis on the design process from visualization to production. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign.

00165 * ARTS-055A-01Y Graphic Design-Communication (CLAS) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM M COLE, MICHAEL AT101 00165 * ARTS-055A-01Y Graphic Design-Communication (CLAS) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM W COLE, MICHAEL ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-055A-01Y: Hybrid. Access to the Internet required. Face-to-face meetings will be held in AT101 on Mondays from 11:30-2:20 p.m. Online meetings will be held on Wednesdays from 11:30-2:20 p.m.

ARTS 55B: Graphic Design-Communication

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 55A. Course Description: Continuation of the analysis and interpretation of the elements and principles of design as applied to the practice of graphic design and visual communication. Emphasis on the design process from visualization to production techniques. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign.

30045

ARTS-055B-01

Graphic Design-Communication (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

NAGEL, WILLIAM

AT101

ARTS 55C: Graphic Design-Communication: Production Techniques

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 55B or demonstration of appropriate technical abilities suitable to course level. Course Description: Intermediate course in the preparation of art for reproduction on the printed page, interactive media, and the World Wide Web. Emphasis is placed on specific studio procedures as well as computer production alternatives used by professionals in the field of graphic design. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign and Adobe Flash.

30046

ARTS-055C-01

Graphic Design-Communication: Production Techniques (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

NAGEL, WILLIAM

AT101

ARTS 56: Graphic Design/Page Layout for Electronic Publishing

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 53A. Advisory: Arts 55A. Course Description: Analysis and interpretation of the elements and principles of design as applied to the practice of publication design. Emphasis on the design process as it relates to the use of the computer to create type and image in electronic publishing. Primary software presented is Adobe InDesign. Other programs used are Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator.

00168 ARTS-056.-01 Graphic Design/Page Layout for Electronic Publishing (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-056.-01: Only offered in Winter Quarter.

01:30 PM-04:20 PM

TTh

NAGEL, WILLIAM

AT101

ARTS 57: Graphic Design-Communication: Typography

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 55B. Course Description: Interpretation of the elements and principles of design as applied to the use of typography in graphic design. Emphasis on the integration and selection of letter forms and type styles as they relate to the production for the printed page, multimedia design and the World Wide Web. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign.

31119 * ARTS-057.-01Y Graphic Design-Communication: Typography (CLAS) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM M COLE, MICHAEL AT101 31119 * ARTS-057.-01Y Graphic Design-Communication: Typography (CLAS) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM W COLE, MICHAEL ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-057.-01Y: Hybrid. Access to the Internet required. Face-to-face meetings will be held in AT101 on Mondays from 2:30-5:20 p.m. Online meetings will be held on Wednesdays from 2:30-5:20 p.m.

ARTS 58A: Furniture Design

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 58A, 58B and 58C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent; Arts 10A. Course Description: Beginning furniture design with emphasis on developing basic skills in design, construction and craftsmanship.

00169 ARTS-058A-01 Furniture Design (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-058A-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. For additional information please visit http://www.deanza.edu/creativearts/furniture

ARTS 58B: Intermediate Furniture Design

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 58A, 58B and 58C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 58A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Intermediate furniture design, with an emphasis on a broader range of skills in design, construction and craftsmanship.

00170

ARTS-058B-01

Intermediate Furniture Design (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE

A71

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Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-058B-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. For additional information please visit http://www.deanza.edu/creativearts/furniture

ARTS 58C: Advanced Furniture Design

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Arts 58A, 58B and 58C may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Arts 58B. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Advanced furniture design, with an emphasis on individual projects and further development on skills in design, construction and craftsmanship.

00171 ARTS-058C-01 Advanced Furniture Design (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-058C-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. For additional information please visit http://www.deanza.edu/creativearts/furniture

ARTS 71: Gallery and Exhibition Design

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Arts 4A or 8. Course Description: The practical experience in all aspects of exhibition design and installation of art exhibits in galleries and museums. Emphasis on design theory and the evaluation and analysis of the communicative, cultural, aesthetic, technical factors involved in the production of exhibits.

31025

ARTS-071.-01

Gallery and Exhibition Design (CLAS)

03:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW

ARGABRITE, DIANA

VPA101

ARTS 72: Internship in Art

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Arts 1A, 4A, 8, 10A, and 71. Course Description: Directed professional experience in art museums/galleries, art businesses, and art in schools programs in the Bay Area that emphasize the application of skills and knowledge obtained in Gallery and Exhibition Design (Arts 71), Beginning Drawing (Arts 4A), Basic Design (Arts 8), and Three-Dimensional Design (Arts 10A).

31026 ARTS-072.-55L Internship in Art (CLAS) TBA TBA ARGABRITE, DIANA VPA101 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-072.-55L: Students will be placed as volunteer Art Interns in the Euphrat Museum of Arts, working a total of 3 hours per week for one credit unit. This is a required course for the Museum Studies Certificate. The first class meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the Euphrat Museum of Art, VPA101, in the Visual and Performing Arts Center on Thursday, January 12, 2012.

ARTS 112A: Digital Imaging Software (Photoshop)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as CAD and Digital Imaging 112A and Computer Applications and Office Systems 112A. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: (Students may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office Systems 112A (or 112I and 112Q); Arts 112A (or 112I and 112Q); or CAD and Digital Imaging 112A (or 112I and 112Q).) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and Office Systems 90GA. Course Description: Basic and intermediate principles using digital imaging software to produce graphics for websites. Introduction to digital imaging terminology and software. This course is for the content person to produce Web pages using digital images.

30846 31194

ARTS-112A-01 ARTS-112A-02

Digital Imaging Software (Photoshop) (CLAS) Digital Imaging Software (Photoshop) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-02:20 PM 10:30 AM-02:20 PM

MW TTh

JOHNSON, ERNEST JOHNSON, ERNEST

AT205 AT205

ARTS 114A: Web Graphics/Animation Software (Flash)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as CAD and Digital Imaging 114A and Computer Applications and Office Systems 114A. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and Office Systems 112A (or 112I and 112Q); or Arts 112A (or 112I and 112Q); or CAD and Digital Imaging 112A (or 112I and 112Q). Course Description: Basic and intermediate principles of graphics/animation for the Web. Web graphics/animation terminology and software. This course is for the content person to build a website.

31187 * ARTS-114A-63Z Web Graphics/Animation Software (Flash) (CLAS) TBA TBA HOLMES, PATRICIA LC107 31187 * ARTS-114A-63Z Web Graphics/Animation Software (Flash) (CLAS) TBA TBA HOLMES, PATRICIA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): ARTS-114A-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web, and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

****** Astronomy

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ASTR 4: Solar System Astronomy

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Analyze the physical principles, logic, and development of solar system astronomy from ancient times through the present. Examine earth and sky relationships, exploration of the solar system by spacecraft and earth-based methods, similarities and differences between Earth and other planets, theories of the origin of our planetary system, and properties of other stars' planetary systems. Includes multimedia planetarium demonstrations.

30185 00187

ASTR-004.-01 ASTR-004.-02

Solar System Astronomy (CLAS) Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MTWThF MW

OLEJNICZAK, PAUL HARRINGTON, SHERWOOD HARRINGTON, SHERWOOD HARRINGTON, SHERWOOD CICHANSKI, MAREK PETERSON, ERIC

PLT PLT

00188

ASTR-004.-03

Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

PLT

00189

ASTR-004.-04

Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

PLT

00190 00191

ASTR-004.-05 ASTR-004.-61

Solar System Astronomy (CLAS) Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh TTh

PLT PLT

ASTR 10: Stellar Astronomy

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Analyze the physical principles, logic, and development of stellar astronomy from ancient times to the present, with emphasis on recent developments. Examine the relationship of Earth to its deep-space environment and contrast the Sun to other types of stars. Synthesize the organization in space and time of the hierarchy of the cosmos from stellar systems through the universe on its largest observable scale, and investigate the observational strategies and equipment that are used to investigate it.

00192 00193

ASTR-010.-01 ASTR-010.-61

Stellar Astronomy (CLAS) Stellar Astronomy (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF MW

OLEJNICZAK, PAUL PETERSON, ERIC

PLT PLT

****** Automotive Technology

Important Department Information: For apprenticeships in Automotive Technology call 408-864-8772. CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

AUTO 50A: Introduction to Automotive Principles

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: A selective study of the automobile's engine systems. Knowledge and skills necessary for basic repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting of today's engine systems. May be used to fulfill the prerequisite to the Automotive Technology Program.

00194 00195

AUTO-050A-01 AUTO-050A-61

Introduction to Automotive Principles (CLAS) Introduction to Automotive Principles (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM 06:00 PM-09:50 PM

TTh T

BRANDT, MICHAEL BRANDT, MICHAEL

E12A E12A

AUTO 50B: Applied Automotive Principles

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Automotive Technology 50A (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Basic lecture-laboratory experiences in automotive repair and maintenance as related to the engine and its supporting systems.

00196 00197

AUTO-050B-01 AUTO-050B-61

Applied Automotive Principles (CLAS) Applied Automotive Principles (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM 06:00 PM-09:50 PM

T W

O'BRIEN, FORREST O'BRIEN, FORREST

E12D E12A

AUTO 51A: Introduction to Automotive Principles - Chassis Systems

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: A selective study of the automobile's chassis and drive line systems. Knowledge and skills necessary for basic repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting of today's chassis and drive line systems. Can be used to fulfill the prerequisite to the Automotive Technology Program.

00198 00199

AUTO-051A-01 AUTO-051A-61

Introduction to Automotive Principles - Chassis Systems (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Introduction to Automotive Principles - Chassis Systems (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM

MW Th

BRANDT, MICHAEL BRANDT, MICHAEL

E12A E12A

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AUTO 51B: Applications of Automotive Principles (Chassis Systems)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Automotive Technology 51A (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Basic lecture-laboratory experiences in automotive repair and maintenance as related to: suspension, steering, braking and drive line components.

00200 00201

AUTO-051B-01 AUTO-051B-61

Applications of Automotive Principles (Chassis Systems) (CLAS) 12:30 PM-04:20 PM Applications of Automotive Principles (Chassis Systems) (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM

M M

BRANDT, MICHAEL WISHART, WILLIAM

E12D E12A

AUTO 53A: Automotive Mechanisms

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $18.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: The application of physical principles to the operation of mechanical, hydraulic, and hydromechanical systems, using an applied physics technique.

00202 30344

AUTO-053A-01 AUTO-053A-61

Automotive Mechanisms (CLAS) Automotive Mechanisms (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM 06:00 PM-08:50 PM

MW TTh

MCCART, MICHAEL MCCART, MICHAEL

G8 G8

AUTO 53B: Automotive Electromechanical Systems

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Electrical theories, testing and measuring procedures, circuit construction and schematic interpretation. Application of the principles of magnetism. Fundamentals of operation of semiconductors used as electronic devices and controls.

30343

AUTO-053B-01

Automotive Electromechanical Systems (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

TTh

MCCART, MICHAEL

G8

AUTO 60: Automotive Electrical Systems

Unit(s): 9 || Hours: Nine hours lecture (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Automotive Technology 50A and 50B. Course Description: Principles of electricity, electronics, cranking, and charging systems. Testing, diagnosis and repair of these systems.

00203

AUTO-060.-61

Automotive Electrical Systems (CLAS)

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

MW

MCCART, MICHAEL

G8

AUTO 60A: Electrical Schematic Diagnosis

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $14.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Automotive Technology 60. Course Description: Theory of operation for electrical, electronic, and electromechanical accessory systems. Understanding and using wiring diagrams, schematics, and other diagnostic information to troubleshoot electrical, electronic, and electromechanical systems. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in areas A6, A8, and L1.

00204 AUTO-060A-95 Electrical Schematic Diagnosis (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-060A-95: meets six weeks beginning January 9.

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

MW

WALTON, JOHNATHAN

E12F

AUTO 60B: Automotive Electronics

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $12.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60 and 60A. Course Description: Application of computer control principles to automotive systems. Operation of automotive electronic control systems, including commonly used sensors, actuators, and displays. Introduction to diagnostic methods and test equipment for automotive electronic control systems. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in areas A6, A8, and L1.

00205 AUTO-060B-95 Automotive Electronics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-060B-95: meets 2nd six weeks beginning February 20.

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

MW

WALTON, JOHNATHAN

E12F

AUTO 60F: No-Start Diagnosis

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $14.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60, 60A, 60B, 60C, 60D and 60E. Course Description: Principles of troubleshooting procedures and techniques to analyze and repair of "no start" problems in the fuel, ignition, and electrical systems of an automobile. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in Areas A6, A8, and L1.

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00206 AUTO-060F-95 No-Start Diagnosis (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-060F-95: meets six weeks beginning January 10.

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

TTh

WALTON, JOHNATHAN

E12F

AUTO 60G: Advanced Scan Tool Diagnosis

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $11.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Automotive Technology 50A, 50B, 60, 60A, 60B, 60C, 60D and 60E. Course Description: Advanced drivability diagnosis using a scan tool. Using the onboard diagnostic capabilities of vehicles built since 1980. Advanced scan data analysis. Using PC capabilities to store and analyze diagnostic information. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in Areas A6, A8 and L1.

00207 AUTO-060G-95 Advanced Scan Tool Diagnosis (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-060G-95: meets six weeks beginning February 21.

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

TTh

WALTON, JOHNATHAN

E12F

AUTO 62A: Automotive Suspension, Steering, and Alignment

Unit(s): 9 || Hours: Nine hours lecture (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.50 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Automotive Technology 50A and 50B. Course Description: Operation of automotive suspension, steering and alignment systems. Overview of maintenance, repair and troubleshooting procedures.

00208

AUTO-062A-61

Automotive Suspension, Steering, and Alignment (CLAS)

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

TTh

BRYANT, ROBERT

E12C

AUTO 63D: Transmission Diagnostic and Repair Techniques

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.50 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent; Automotive Technology 50A and 50B. Course Description: Diagnostic and repair techniques for automatic transmissions and transaxles. Emphasis on development of diagnostic procedures and repair techniques. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examinations A2 and A3.

00209 AUTO-063D-95 Transmission Diagnostic and Repair Techniques (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-063D-95: meets six weeks beginning January 9.

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

MW

MAYNARD, RICHARD

E12C

AUTO 92B: Automotive Alignment

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.50 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract; Automotive Technology 92A. Course Description: Automotive alignment systems, including repair, maintenance and troubleshooting. Service and repair procedures.

00210 AUTO-092B-55 Automotive Alignment (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-092B-55: meets six weeks beginning January 9.

07:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

BRYANT, ROBERT

E12C

AUTO 92C: Automotive Electronic Chassis Controls

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract; Automotive Technology 92B. Course Description: Computer controlled automotive suspension and steering systems, including repair, maintenance, troubleshooting, and service procedures.

00211 AUTO-092C-55L Automotive Electronic Chassis Controls (CLAS) 07:30 AM-01:15 PM Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-092C-55L: Class meets on Fridays for six weeks beginning January 13.

F

BRYANT, ROBERT

E12C

AUTO 93A: Automotive Final Drive Train

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.50 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Components of the final drive train including design features and service techniques.

00212 AUTO-093A-55 Automotive Final Drive Train (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-093A-55: meets six weeks beginning February 21.

07:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

MAYNARD, RICHARD

E12C

AUTO 93B: Standard Transaxles

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.50 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Standard transaxles: power flow, service requirements and repair procedures.

00213 AUTO-093B-55L Standard Transaxles (CLAS) 07:30 AM-01:15 PM Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-093B-55L: meets Fridays for six weeks beginning February 24.

F

MAYNARD, RICHARD

E12C

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AUTO 94C: Automotive Machining and Engine Service

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract; Automotive Technology 94B. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Reconditioning engine short block assemblies and components including balancing, assembly and testing.

00214 AUTO-094C-55 Automotive Machining and Engine Service (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-094C-55: meets six weeks beginning January 10.

07:30 AM-12:20 PM

TWThF

CAPITOLO, DAVID

E12B

AUTO 94D: Automotive Machining and Engine Service

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract; Automotive Technology 94C. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Precision and performance engine preparation with emphasis on improvements in volumetric efficiency. Includes selection and matching of components for maximum efficiency within mandated emissions requirements.

00215 AUTO-094D-55 Automotive Machining and Engine Service (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-094D-55: meets six weeks beginning February 21.

07:30 AM-12:20 PM

TWThF

CAPITOLO, DAVID

E12B

AUTO 99C: Introduction to Engine Performance Systems

Unit(s): 6 1/4 || Hours: Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory (150 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $30.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to three times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract; Automotive Technology 99B. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Electronically controlled automotive systems. Fundamentals of automotive microprocessors and automotive onboard computers. Testing techniques for system input and output devices. Diagnosis, troubleshooting, and repairing the automotive fuel supply system including carburetion and feedback carburetion. Diagnosis, troubleshooting, and repair techniques for no-start conditions. Procedure development for analyzing and repairing common problems of fuel, ignition, electrical and basic engine mechanical systems which effect engine performance of the automobile.

00216 AUTO-099C-55 Introduction to Engine Performance Systems (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-099C-55: meets six weeks beginning January 9.

07:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

VERNAZZA, LAWRENCE

E12F

AUTO 99D: Intermediate Engine Performance Systems

Unit(s): 6 1/4 || Hours: Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory (150 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $30.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to three times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract; Automotive Technology 99C. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Electronically controlled engine performance systems. Diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing the automotive fuel-injection systems of domestic automobiles. Testing techniques for system input and output devices using automotive scanners and oscilloscopes.

00217 AUTO-099D-55 Intermediate Engine Performance Systems (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): AUTO-099D-55: meets six weeks beginning February 21.

07:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

VERNAZZA, LAWRENCE

E12F

****** Biology

Important Department Information: BIOL 19--ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY-- has been changed to ESCI 19-please check the ESCI department listings. CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

BIOL 6A: Form and Function in the Biological World

Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Four hours lecture, six hours laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: A satisfactory score on the Chemistry Placement Exam or a grade of C or better in either Chemistry 1A or 50. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introduction to biology and scientific methods for students beginning the biology major series. Study of the structure and physiological processes of living organisms, with an emphasis on plants and animals.

00218 BIOL-006A-01 Form and Function in the Biological World (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh MCPARTLAN, ELIZABETH 00218 BIOL-006A-01 Form and Function in the Biological World (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM MW MCPARTLAN, ELIZABETH Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-006A-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00220 BIOL-006A-02 Form and Function in the Biological World (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh MCPARTLAN, ELIZABETH 00220 BIOL-006A-02 Form and Function in the Biological World (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh MCPARTLAN, ELIZABETH Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-006A-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information.

S35 SC2108

S35 SC2108

BIOL 6B: Cell and Molecular Biology

Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Four hours lecture, six hours laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 ||

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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Biology 6A. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Mathematics 114 or equivalent. Course Description: Introduction to cellular structure and function, biological molecules, bioenergetics, molecular genetics, and cell proliferation. The laboratory includes extensive hands-on experimentation in molecular biology.

00222 BIOL-006B-01 Cell and Molecular Biology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW MCCAULEY, BRIAN 00222 BIOL-006B-01 Cell and Molecular Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh MCCAULEY, BRIAN Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-006B-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00223 BIOL-006B-02 Cell and Molecular Biology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW MCCAULEY, BRIAN 00223 BIOL-006B-02 Cell and Molecular Biology (LAB) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM TTh MCCAULEY, BRIAN Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-006B-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00224 BIOL-006B-03 Cell and Molecular Biology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh HEYER, BRUCE 00224 BIOL-006B-03 Cell and Molecular Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM MW HEYER, BRUCE Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-006B-03: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00225 BIOL-006B-04 Cell and Molecular Biology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh HEYER, BRUCE 00225 BIOL-006B-04 Cell and Molecular Biology (LAB) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM MW HEYER, BRUCE Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-006B-04: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for prerequisite information. 00226 00226 HEYER, BRUCE SUNDARAM, VIDYODHAYA Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-006B-05: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for prerequisite information. BIOL-006B-05 BIOL-006B-05 Cell and Molecular Biology (CLAS) Cell and Molecular Biology (LAB) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 04:30 PM-07:20 PM TTh TTh

S35 SC2118

S35 SC2118

SC1102 SC2118

SC1102 SC2118

SC1102 SC2118

BIOL 10: Introductory Biology

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Prerequisites: (Not open to students who have completed Biology 6A, 6B, 6C or equivalent.) (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to biology as a branch of the biological sciences and to its basic unifying principles, with selected application to the scientific method, evolutionary concepts, genetic modification, biotechnology, ecology, ecological crises and human impacts.

00227 00227 00228 00228 00229 00229 00231 00231 30349 30349 30350 30350 30927 30927

BIOL-010.-01 BIOL-010.-01 BIOL-010.-02 BIOL-010.-02 BIOL-010.-03 BIOL-010.-03 BIOL-010.-04 BIOL-010.-04 BIOL-010.-05 BIOL-010.-05 BIOL-010.-06 BIOL-010.-06 BIOL-010.-07 BIOL-010.-07

Introductory Biology (LAB) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB)

11:30 AM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-03:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-03:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-03:20 PM

M MW W MW MW M MW W TTh T TTh Th TTh T

ANNEN, VICKIE BRAM, JASON ANNEN, VICKIE BRAM, JASON CUFF-ALVARADO, JUDY CUFF-ALVARADO, JUDY CUFF-ALVARADO, JUDY CUFF-ALVARADO, JUDY O'BRIEN, MELANIE O'BRIEN, MELANIE O'BRIEN, MELANIE O'BRIEN, MELANIE SUNDARAM, VIDYODHAYA SUNDARAM, VIDYODHAYA SUNDARAM, VIDYODHAYA SUNDARAM, VIDYODHAYA BRAM, JASON BRAM, JASON BRAM, JASON BRAM, JASON JOHNSON, ROBERT JOHNSON, ROBERT JOHNSON, ROBERT JOHNSON, ROBERT

S51 SC1102 S51 SC1102 E35 S52 E35 S52 S35 S51 S35 S51 E35 S52

30928 30928

BIOL-010.-08 BIOL-010.-08

Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh Th

E35 S52

30930 30930 30931 30931 00233 00233 00234 00234

BIOL-010.-09 BIOL-010.-09 BIOL-010.-10 BIOL-010.-10 BIOL-010.-61 BIOL-010.-61 BIOL-010.-62 BIOL-010.-62

Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-06:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-06:20 PM 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-10:20 PM 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-10:20 PM

TTh T TTh Th MW M MW W

S35 S52 S35 S52 E35 S52 E35 S52

30354 * BIOL-010.-63Z Introductory Biology (CLAS) TBA TBA PANE, ERIC ONLINE 30354 * BIOL-010.-63Z Introductory Biology (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM M PANE, ERIC S52 Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-010.-63Z: Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus lab and exams. Available on local cable TV or videostreamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required.) Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to http://www.deanza.edu /distance/ 30356 * BIOL-010.-65Z Introductory Biology (CLAS) TBA TBA PANE, ERIC ONLINE

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30356 * BIOL-010.-65Z Introductory Biology (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM W PANE, ERIC S52 Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-010.-65Z: Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus lab and exams. Available on local cable TV or videostreamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required.) Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to http://www.deanza.edu /distance/

BIOL 11: Human Biology

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (Not open to students who have completed Biology 6A, 6B, 6C or equivalent.) (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A general introduction to biology and its principles, emphasizing the biology of humans. The course will cover the unifying principles of biology, with emphasis on the basic anatomy and physiology of the human body, as well as on contemporary health issues and their impacts on cultural, ethnic and gender groups.

00238 00238

BIOL-011.-01 BIOL-011.-01

Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM 10:30 AM-01:20 PM

MW M

SCHINSKE, JEFFREY SCHINSKE, JEFFREY

E35 SC2116

00239 + BIOL-011.-02D Human Biology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW SCHINSKE, JEFFREY E35 00239 + BIOL-011.-02D Human Biology (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM W SCHINSKE, JEFFREY SC2116 Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-011.-02D: Learning Community Course: Requires concurrent enrollment in SPCH-011.14D. www.deanza.edu/linc If you have questions, please contact Matt Abrahams at [email protected] or 408.864.8534 00242 00242 00243 00243 31188 31188 BIOL-011.-03 BIOL-011.-03 BIOL-011.-04 BIOL-011.-04 BIOL-011.-05L BIOL-011.-05L Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM 09:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-04:20 PM TTh T TTh Th S S ANGELES, MIGUEL SCHINSKE, JEFFREY ANGELES, MIGUEL SCHINSKE, JEFFREY MORIKANG, EBENEZER MORIKANG, EBENEZER E35 SC2116 E35 SC2116 SC1102 SC2106

BIOL 26: Introductory Microbiology

Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Four hours lecture, six hours laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Biology 40A, 40B and 40C, or equivalent, with a grade of C or better. Course Description: Introduction to the sciences and the scientific method as exemplified by the study of microbiology. Morphology, metabolism, growth and genetics of bacteria and other microorganisms; chemical and physical means of control; the disease process and immunity. The importance of microorganisms to humankind; techniques and methods of microbiology.

00245 BIOL-026.-01 Introductory Microbiology (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM MW SPANGGORD, DORIS 00245 BIOL-026.-01 Introductory Microbiology (LAB) 04:30 PM-07:20 PM MW SPANGGORD, DORIS Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-026.-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00246 BIOL-026.-61 Introductory Microbiology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM MW DANIEL, ANN 00246 BIOL-026.-61 Introductory Microbiology (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM MW DANIEL, ANN Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-026.-61: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for prerequisite information.

SC2116 SC2118

SC2116 SC2118

BIOL 40A: Human Anatomy and Physiology

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the Biology 40A Placement Test or Chemistry 1A or Chemistry 50 or Chemistry 30A with a grade of C or better. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the disciplines of anatomy and physiology. Basic principles of human anatomy and physiology as exemplified in the study of cell chemistry, cell biology, histology and the integumentary, skeletal and muscular systems with emphasis on homeostatic mechanisms.

00248 BIOL-040A-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM MW WEBB, WILLIAM 00248 BIOL-040A-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 04:30 PM-07:20 PM M WEBB, WILLIAM Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-040A-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00249 BIOL-040A-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM MW WEBB, WILLIAM 00249 BIOL-040A-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 04:30 PM-07:20 PM W WEBB, WILLIAM Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-040A-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information.

S35 SC2106

S35 SC2106

BIOL 40B: Human Anatomy and Physiology

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Biology 40A with a grade of C or better. Course Description: Study of the nervous, circulatory, and respiratory systems.

00250 BIOL-040B-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW STAFF, M 00250 BIOL-040B-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM M STAFF, M Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-040B-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00251 BIOL-040B-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW STAFF, M 00251 BIOL-040B-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM W STAFF, M Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-040B-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information.

SC1102 SC2106

SC1102 SC2106

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MUTHYALA-KANDULA, ANITA 00252 BIOL-040B-03 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM T MUTHYALA-KANDULA, ANITA Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-040B-03: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00254 BIOL-040B-61 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM MW ANNEN, VICKIE 00254 BIOL-040B-61 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM M ANNEN, VICKIE Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-040B-61: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00255 BIOL-040B-62 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM MW ANNEN, VICKIE 00255 BIOL-040B-62 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM W ANNEN, VICKIE Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-040B-62: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information.

00252

BIOL-040B-03

Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

MW

SC1102 SC2106

SC1102 SC2106

SC1102 SC2106

BIOL 40C: Human Anatomy and Physiology

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Biology 40B with a grade of C or better. Course Description: Study of the endocrine system, lymphatic system, digestive system, metabolism, urinary and reproductive systems, embryological development and classical Mendelian and modern biochemical genetics including genetic engineering.

SENGUPTA, LAKSHMIKANTA 00256 BIOL-040C-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 04:30 PM-07:20 PM T SENGUPTA, LAKSHMIKANTA Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-040C-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. SENGUPTA, LAKSHMIKANTA 00257 BIOL-040C-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 04:30 PM-07:20 PM Th SENGUPTA, LAKSHMIKANTA Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-040C-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 00257 BIOL-040C-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM TTh

00256

BIOL-040C-01

Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS)

02:30 PM-04:20 PM

TTh

SC1102 SC2106

E35 SC2106

BIOL 45: Introduction to Human Nutrition

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Biology 40C. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: The chemical classification of nutrients, their functions within the human body, and the effects of nutritional deficiencies and excesses. The relationship of dietary intakes to health and disease.

00258 BIOL-045.-61 Introduction to Human Nutrition (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM MW MILLER, ANNE Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-045.-61: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information.

S35

BIOL 54I: Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Coordination and Transport

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (30 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (Not open to students with credit in Biology 6A, 6B or 6C; or 40A, 40B or 40C; or equivalent.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Survey of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on homeostatic limits of the human body. Topics to be discussed include the endocrine, cardiovascular, and lymphatic systems and the blood. (Especially designed for students planning careers in medical assisting, Licensed Vocational Nursing, education, speech, home economics, psychology, physical education and/or recreation.)

31164

Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Coordination and TBA TBA CUFF-ALVARADO, JUDY ONLINE Transport (CLAS) 31164 * BIOL-054I-63Z Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Coordination and TBA TBA CUFF-ALVARADO, JUDY ONLINE Transport (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-054I-63Z: Video delivered six-week course with online component. Broadcast begins first week of quarter. Available on local cable TV, video checkout, or video streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required.) Attendance at weekly labs on-campus is also required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

* BIOL-054I-63Z

BIOL 54J: Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Absorption, Excretion, and Reproduction

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (30 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (Not open to students with credit in Biology 6A, 6B or 6C; or 40A, 40B or 40C; or equivalent.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Survey of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on homeostatic limits of the human body. Topics to be discussed include the respiratory, urinary, reproductive, and digestive systems, water and electrolyte balance, nutrition and pregnancy. (Especially designed for students planning careers in medical assisting, Licensed Vocational Nursing, education, speech, home economics, psychology, physical education and/or recreation.)

* BIOL-054J-63Z Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Absorption, Excretion, TBA TBA CUFF-ALVARADO, JUDY ONLINE and Reproduction (CLAS) 31165 * BIOL-054J-63Z Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Absorption, Excretion, TBA TBA CUFF-ALVARADO, JUDY ONLINE and Reproduction (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-054I-63Z: Video delivered six-week course with online component. Broadcast begins first week of quarter. Available on local cable TV, video checkout, or video streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required.) Attendance at weekly labs on-campus is also required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

31165

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BIOL 77: Special Projects in Biology

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Biology 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Biology 49, 49X and 49Y respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual research in the biological sciences. Specific projects determined on consultation with the instructor. Outside reading and written report required.

MUTHYALA-KANDULA, ANITA Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-077.-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. Transfer of Biol 77, 77X and 77Y units is determined by the receiving school.

00261

BIOL-077.-65R

Special Projects in Biology (LAB)

TBA

TBA

TBA

BIOL 77X: Special Projects in Biology

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Biology 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Biology 49, 49X and 49Y respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual research in the biological sciences. Specific projects determined on consultation with the instructor. Outside reading and written report required.

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MUTHYALA-KANDULA, ANITA Course Notes (Winter): BIOL-077X-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. Transfer of Biol 77, 77X and 77Y units is determined by the receiving school.

BIOL-077X-65R

Special Projects in Biology (LAB)

TBA

TBA

TBA

****** Business

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

BUS 10: Introduction to Business

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Business 20.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An overview of the business disciplines, including a brief introduction to marketing, accounting, finance, management, human resources, information technologies, economics, international business, business planning, and the role of business in society.

00264 * BUS-010.-01Y Introduction to Business (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW FRITZ, MICHELE ADM102 00264 * BUS-010.-01Y Introduction to Business (CLAS) TBA TBA FRITZ, MICHELE ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS -010.-01Y: Hybrid. Some online instruction. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online. Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically MW from 9:30am-11:20. Instructor is available on line every F 9:00am-10:00. 00266 BUS-010.-02 Introduction to Business (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW LILLY, BYRON FOR3

00265 * BUS-010.-03Y Introduction to Business (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh FRITZ, MICHELE ADM102 00265 * BUS-010.-03Y Introduction to Business (CLAS) TBA TBA FRITZ, MICHELE ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS -010.-03Y: Hybrid. Some online instruction. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online. Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically T,R from 9:30am-11:20. Instructor is available on line every F 11:00am-12:00pm. 30217 30217 00267 00267 00268 00269 30503 00271 00270 00273 BUS-010.-04 BUS-010.-04 BUS-010.-05 BUS-010.-05 BUS-010.-06 BUS-010.-07 BUS-010.-08 BUS-010.-09 BUS-010.-10 BUS-010.-61 Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:15 PM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW F TTh F MW TTh MW TTh TTh MW GARBE, EMILY GARBE, EMILY BRIEN, RICHARD BRIEN, RICHARD YURTSEVEN, LALE NIEDERMIER, GARY GARBE, EMILY SHAN, WENLEI NIEDERMIER, GARY HERNANDEZ, GUILLERMO GROVE, RICHARD LILLY, BYRON ADM102 ADM102 ADM102 AT311 FOR3 FOR3 MCC-17 ADM102 FOR3 ADM102

00274 00275

BUS-010.-62 * BUS-010.-63Z

Introduction to Business (CLAS) Introduction to Business (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM TBA

TTh TBA

ADM102 ONLINE

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Course Notes (Winter): BUS -010.-63Z: Online Course with on campus final exam. Students must have access to a computer, and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ . 00276 * BUS-010.-65Z Introduction to Business (CLAS) TBA TBA LILLY, BYRON Course Notes (Winter): BUS -010.-65Z: Online Course with on campus final exam. Students must have access to a computer, and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ ONLINE

BUS 18: Business Law I

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Paralegal 18. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Business 10. Course Description: The American legal system and laws applicable to business emphasizing contract, sales and agency laws, the impact of the legal system on business, and ethical considerations in the business environment.

00277 00278

BUS-018.-01 BUS-018.-02

Business Law I (CLAS) Business Law I (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:45 AM 08:30 AM-10:45 AM

MW TTh

SPENCER, SANDRA RITCHIE, JOHN

MCC-17 MCC-17

00280 * BUS-018.-03Y Business Law I (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM MW GOUGH, WALTER MCC-17 Course Notes (Winter): BUS -018.-03Y: Hybrid. Some online instruction. Approximately 15% of the class will be taught online. Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically M,W 11:00am-1:15pm, except the following Mondays: 2/13, 3/5, and 3/12. Instructor will be available online on those dates from 11:00am-1:00pm. 00281 00282 30218 00284 BUS-018.-04 BUS-018.-05 BUS-018.-06 BUS-018.-61 Business Law I (CLAS) Business Law I (CLAS) Business Law I (CLAS) Business Law I (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 05:30 PM-07:45 PM TTh TTh MW TTh LILLY, BYRON RITCHIE, JOHN MILLER, DEBORAH GOULARTE, RONALD FOR3 ADM102 FOR3 FOR3

00285 * BUS-018.-63Z Business Law I (CLAS) TBA TBA GOUGH, WALTER ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS -018.-63Z: Video delivered course with online component. One required on-campus final exam. Available on local cable TV, video checkout, or video streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required.) Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

BUS 21: Business and Society

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Economics 2. Course Description: An introduction to the study of the interactions and interdependencies between business, government, and society. Course will examine many individual cases of conflict between business and society, both current and historical, and will guide students to explore the lessons these cases hold for all current and future business managers.

00286 * BUS-021.-63Z Business and Society (CLAS) TBA TBA LILLY, BYRON ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS -021.-63Z: Online Course with required on-campus final exam. Access to a computer, an individual email address and a high-speed internet connection for viewing videostreams is required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ .

BUS 54: Business Mathematics

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Basic mathematical operations and concepts as related to business and personal finance.

30989

BUS-054.-01

Business Mathematics (CLAS)

07:30 AM-09:45 AM

TTh

SPENCER, SANDRA

FOR3

00287 * BUS-054.-63Z Business Mathematics (CLAS) TBA TBA SPENCER, SANDRA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS -054.-63Z: Online Course with on campus orientation. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

BUS 55: Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A practical study of the operations and essential skills required in small and start-up businesses. Emphasis on the opportunities and problems faced by entrepreneurs in obtaining, managing and financing an independent business. This course will prepare students for developing business plans.

00288 * BUS-055.-63Z Introduction to Entrepreneurship (CLAS) TBA TBA SALAH, DANNY ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS -055.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

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BUS 56: Human Relations in the Workplace

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Human relations behavior in organizations emphasizing personal and interpersonal relationships. Examination of motivation, communication skills, leadership skills, emotional and physical wellness, diversity, and ethical behavior for promoting effectiveness on the job.

00289

BUS-056.-61

Human Relations in the Workplace (CLAS)

05:30 PM-07:45 PM

MW

VOYVODICH, NICK

FOR3

BUS 57: Human Resource Management

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Business 10 or 56. Course Description: Introductory course designed to teach fundamental components of the Human Resource function. Focus on understanding and applying various roles of Human Resources (recruitment, legal issues, selection, assessment and development, compensation, benefits) provides to employees and the organization to meet individual, organizational diversity and societal objectives.

00290

BUS-057.-61

Human Resource Management (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:20 PM

TTh

VOYVODICH, NICK

MCC-17

BUS 58: The Business Plan

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: Business 55. Course Description: Effectively organize the resources required to establish a new business and obtain financing by writing an analysis of the prospective business enterprise.

30222 * BUS-058.-63Z The Business Plan (CLAS) TBA TBA TAKYI, ODURO ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS -058.-63Z: Online Course with required on-campus final meeting. Access to a computer, the Web, an individual e-mail address and a high-speed internet connection is required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

BUS 59: Promoting Your Small Business

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Affordable methods of promotion for small businesses. Emphasis on Internet marketing, public relations, relationship marketing, database marketing, and guerrilla marketing tactics. A promotion plan for the students' (existing or planned) businesses will be developed.

31001 * BUS-059.-63Z Promoting Your Small Business (CLAS) TBA TBA NIEDERMIER, GARY ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS -059.-63Z Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

BUS 60: International Business Management

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: International Business and its functions in a diverse global economy. Understanding cross- border trade and investment; distance, time zone and language issues; national differences in government regulation, culture and business systems.

30520 * BUS-060.-63Z International Business Management (CLAS) TBA TBA YURTSEVEN, LALE ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS -060.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

BUS 61: Introduction to Technical Writing

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Writing 61 and Technical Writing 61. Students my enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Technical writing skills focusing on basic techniques of exposition for the technical field, functional description, process writing, technical vocabulary, correct usage, and accurate editing.

31045 31045

* BUS-061.-61Y * BUS-061.-61Y

Introduction to Technical Writing (CLAS) Introduction to Technical Writing (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM TBA

T TBA

REBER, MARRIETTA REBER, MARRIETTA

L49 ONLINE

BUS 64: Technical Writing Seminar

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Writing 64 and Technical Writing 64. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Business 62 or 63; or English Writing 62 or 63; or Technical Writing 62 or 63. Course Description: Technical communication and editing skills applied through the preparation and presentation of a complete document according to the standards of the student's chosen technical field.

31177

* BUS-064.-61Y

Technical Writing Seminar (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

Th

REBER, MARRIETTA

L49

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31177 * BUS-064.-61Y Technical Writing Seminar (CLAS) TBA TBA REBER, MARRIETTA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): BUS-064.61Y: Meets physically Thursdays from 6:30-10:20 PM in the room listed in the schedule. The instructor is available online from 10:20 PM to 11:10 PM on Thursdays. Also listed as TWRT64 and EWRT64. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.

BUS 67A: Federal Income Tax

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Accounting 67A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Business 67.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 210 or equivalent; Accounting 1A (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: A study of current federal income tax law and the procedures for preparing an individual's tax return.

30513

BUS-067A-61

Federal Income Tax (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:50 PM

M

RIORDAN, MICHAEL

G6

BUS 85: Business Communication

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Computer Applications and Office Systems 84A and 84B. Course Description: Application of writing skills to business communications; public relations functions of business correspondence.

HERNANDEZ, LC107 GUILLERMO Course Notes (Winter): BUS -085.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

30102

* BUS-085.-63Z

Business Communication (TBA)

TBA

TBA

BUS 87: Introduction to Selling

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Application of business and behavioral sciences in a selling environment. Building successful relationships in a culturally diverse world.

00297

BUS-087.-61

Introduction to Selling (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MW

JOHNSON, PATRICIA

MCC-17

BUS 89: Advertising

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Historical, economic, and social aspects of advertising: role of the advertising agency; media alternatives and the development of creative advertising copy; development of advertising budgets; analysis of successful advertising campaigns.

00298

BUS-089.-01

Advertising (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

BRIEN, RICHARD

ADM102

BUS 90: Principles of Marketing

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Fundamentals of marketing: product planning and development; pricing strategies; marketing channels.

00299

BUS-090.-01

Principles of Marketing (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MW

BRIEN, RICHARD

ADM102

BUS 96A: Principles of Management

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Roles, functions, and responsibilities of management; the external environments and their impact on management.

00301 * BUS-096A-63Z Principles of Management (TBA) TBA TBA FRITZ, MICHELE LC107 Course Notes (Winter): BUS -096A-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

****** Child Development

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

C D 10G: Child Development (The Early Years)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Psychology 10G. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273.

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Course Description: An examination of human growth and development from conception to middle childhood with particular attention given to current theoretical and research perspectives within a diverse society. Observational study of children with analysis of factors influencing development including conditions that put children at risk. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1 and 3; NBPTS Standards 1 and 4; and CEC Standards 1, 2 and 3.)

00305 00306 00307 00308

C D-010G-01 C D-010G-02 C D-010G-03 C D-010G-61

Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-05:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

TTh TTh M TTh Th

CORDERO, JUANITA EBESUGAWA, MARTINA BUCHANAN, ANGELA LANGFELDER, DIANE VARGAS, NELLIE

G10 CD1-10 CD1-10 G10 CD1-10

30877 C D-010G-62 Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): C D-010G-62: Clase en Espanol.

30466 * C D-010G-63Z Child Development (The Early Years) (TBA) TBA TBA LEAL, ANA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): C D -010G-63Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on required orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

C D 10H: Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Psychology 10H. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An examination of human growth and development both typical and atypical from school age through adolescence with particular attention given to current theoretical and research perspectives within a diverse society. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1 and 3; NBPTS Standards 1 and 4; and CEC Standards 1, 2 and 3.)

00310 00311

C D-010H-01 C D-010H-02

Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 01:30 PM-05:20 PM

MW T F

SUN, LI ZARGHAMI, FATEMEH MCKEITHAN, SANDRA

G10 CD1-10 CD2-28

00312 C D-010H-61L Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): C D -010H-61L: This course is in English.

30467 * C D-010H-63Z Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (TBA) TBA TBA LEAL, ANA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): C D -010H-63Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on required orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

C D 12: Child, Family and Community Interrelationships

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the study of the developing person in a societal context including the interrelationship of family, schools and community. (Applicable standards to this course: NAEYC Standards; Standard 2 Building Family and Community Relationship; NBPTS Early Childhood Generalist Standards; Standard 2 Equity, Fairness and Diversity; Standard 7 Family,Community Partnerships; Standard 9 Reflective Practice; CEC/DEC Standards; Standard 9 Professional and Ethical Practice; Standard 10 Collaboration)

00314 ^ C D-012.-01S Child, Family and Community Interrelationships (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW CRUZ, MAYRA CD1-10 Course Notes (Winter): C D -012.-01S: Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. www.deanza.edu/communityengagement/ 00316 ^ C D-012.-02S Child, Family and Community Interrelationships (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh CRUZ, MAYRA CD2-28 Course Notes (Winter): C D -012.-02S: Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. www.deanza.edu/communityengagement/ 00317 ^ C D-012.-03S Child, Family and Community Interrelationships (CLAS) 01:30 PM-05:20 PM Th VARGAS, NELLIE CD1-10 Course Notes (Winter): C D -012.-03S: Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. www.deanza.edu/communityengagement/ 00318 ^ C D-012.-61S Child, Family and Community Interrelationships (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM M EBESUGAWA, MARTINA CD2-28 Course Notes (Winter): CD-012.61S: Community Service Learning REQUIRES students to complete 12 hours as part of this course. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. www.deanza.edu/communityengagement/

C D 50: Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The underlying theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices applied to programs, environments, and teaching strategies. (Applicable standards for this course: NAEYC Standard 4 Teaching and Learning; 4a Connecting with children and families; 4b Using developmentally effective approaches; Standard 5 Becoming a Professional 5a-5e; NBPTS Standard IV promoting Child Development and Learning; Standard IX Reflective Practice; CEC/DEC Standard 3 Individual learning differences; Standard 5 Learning environments and social interactions; Standard 9 Professional and ethical practice)

31011

C D-050.-01

Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:45 AM

TTh

SUN, LI

G10

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30262 30876

C D-050.-02 C D-050.-61

Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children (CLAS) Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children (CLAS)

01:30 PM-04:15 PM 06:30 PM-09:15 PM

W M

CRUZ, MAYRA DRISCOLL, BARBARA

CD1-10 L25

00320 ^ C D-050.-62S Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM F SUN, LI CD1-10 Course Notes (Winter): C D -050.-62S: Course taught in Chinese. Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. www.deanza.edu/communityengagement

C D 51: Student Teaching Practicum

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to three times for credit as long as experience is different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Child Development 10G, 54, and two other Child Development curriculum courses (Child Development 53, 55, 61 or 63). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Laboratory experience with guided supervision working with children from infancy through the school age years. Emphasis will be on making connections between theory and practice, using observation and interactions to understand children's development, implementing developmentally appropriate, child centered approaches to teaching and learning and developing professional behaviors and attitudes. (This course meets the NAEYC Standards 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5; and NBPTS Standards 1 through 9.)

00321 C D-051.-55 Student Teaching Practicum (TBA) TBA TBA BUCHANAN, ANGELA CD2-28 Course Notes (Winter): C D -051.-55: CD-51 footnote Student teaching lab hours are Monday and Wednesday OR Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. Some off campus placements at Mentor sites for morning and afternoon hours are also available. Mandatory orientation meeting will be held from 8:30 - 12:30 on the first Monday of the quarter. You must attend this meeting to take the class. Current TB test required by the third week of classes.

C D 53: Creative Art for the Young Child

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Overview of creative activities for children from infancy through the school years. Emphasis is on design, presentation and assessment of developmentally appropriate activities that use sensory, child centered materials to enhance imagination, creative thinking, problem solving, divergent thinking and self-expression in young children. Special attention is given to creating a climate that supports creative exploration and the role of the teacher in promoting growth and development of creativity in each child. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1a, 1b, 1c; 4a, 4b, 4d; NBPTS Standards I, II, IV, VI; and CDE/DEC Standards CC1K10,CC4-S2; EC4-S1;CC7, S10, S11,S13; EC7-S2.)

00322

C D-053.-61

Creative Art for the Young Child (CLAS)

06:30 PM-09:20 PM

T

CLABAUGH, DIONNE

CD1-10

C D 54: Curriculum for Early Childhood Programs

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Child Development 10G (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Curriculum development with emphasis on planning curriculum that is emergent, developmentally and individually appropriate and inclusive. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1 and 4; and NBPTS Standards 4, 5 and 6.)

00323

C D-054.-01L

Curriculum for Early Childhood Programs (CLAS)

09:30 AM-12:25 PM

S

LANGFELDER, DIANE

CD1-10

C D 56: Understanding and Working with English Language Learners

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Education 56. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Child Development 10G and 55. Course Description: Developmental and cultural examination of the bilingual child in early childhood programs. Theories and developmental sequence of bilingual language acquisition. Role of teacher and methods for supporting the bilingual child.

00324

C D-056.-61

Understanding and Working with English Language Learners (CLAS)

06:30 PM-07:45 PM

WF

VARGAS, NELLIE

G10

C D 58: Infant/Toddler Development

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Development of physical, cognitive, social and emotional development from infancy to age three with emphasis on cultural diversity and family partnerships. Program planning based on observation of individual infants and communication with parents. Evaluation of assessment tools and methods for infants and toddlers, including administration, and interpretation. Development of needs and service plans for individual infants. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1-5; NBPTS Standards 4 and 5; and DEC Standard 5 Family Based Pratices.)

00326

C D-058.-01L

Infant/Toddler Development (CLAS)

09:30 AM-01:20 PM

S

ZARGHAMI, FATEMEH

G10

C D 60: Exceptional Children

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Characteristics and causes of exceptionality and the inclusion of children with disabilities in childhood settings (infant - adolescence), includes discussion of developmental disabilities, family, and community involvement. Implementation of State and Federal law, as well as the examination of attitudes and feelings about exceptionality. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1a,2a,2c,3a; CEC/DEC Standards CC2-K1-7,CC3-K1,CC5-K4,CC8-K1-5; and NBPTS Standards 2,3,8.)

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00327

C D-060.-61

Exceptional Children (CLAS)

06:30 PM-09:20 PM

Th

CLABAUGH, DIONNE

CD2-28

C D 61: Music and Movement (Developmental Foundations)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A developmental introduction to music and movement experiences. Students will have opportunities to engage in and to reflect on how music and movement fosters healthy development in children and adults. Students will also have opportunities to see how music and movement defines and is linked to cultural experience and to who we are as individuals.

00328

C D-061.-61

Music and Movement (Developmental Foundations) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-09:20 PM

W

LEE-YEN, ANN

CD1-10

C D 64: Health, Safety, and Nutrition for the Young Child

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Health, safety, and nutritional practices needed for the protection and improvement of the health of preschool children. Includes infant, child, and adult first aid. CPR can be taken in the community through the Red Cross, American Heart Association or at De Anza College (Health 57E). (This course meets the California State requirements for health, safety, and nutrition.)

00330 C D-064.-61 Health, Safety, and Nutrition for the Young Child (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): C D-064.-61: For CPR take Health(HLTH) 57E.

06:30 PM-09:20 PM

M

THOMPSON, JAMEL

G10

C D 67: Supervision and Administration of Child Development Programs (Adult Supervision)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Child Development 10G, 12 and 54. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A study of the methods and principles of supervising student teachers, assistant teachers, parents and volunteers in early childhood classrooms. Emphasis is on the role of teachers supervising other adults while simultaneously addressing the classroom needs of children, parents and the program.

00331

C D-067.-61

Supervision and Administration of Child Development Programs 06:30 PM-09:20 PM (Adult Supervision) (CLAS)

M

LOPEZ-MORGAN, CHRISTINA

CD1-10

C D 71: Constructive Guidance and Positive Discipline in Early Childhood

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Explores the principals and techniques that promote high self-esteem and positive behaviors in young children. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1a,1c, 2b, 4a, 4b; DEC/CEC Standards CC3-K3, EC3-S1, CC6-K3; and NBPTS Standard 2.)

00332

C D-071.-61

Constructive Guidance and Positive Discipline in Early Childhood 06:30 PM-09:20 PM (CLAS)

T

THOMPSON, JAMEL

CD2-28

C D 73: Early Childhood Mental Health

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Education 73. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Examination of child development and mental health theory. Assessment and screening to identify childhood mental health challenges. Implementation of mental health interventions and strategies. An exploration of how violence impacts the physical and psychological well-being of adults and children.

00333

C D-073.-61

Early Childhood Mental Health (CLAS)

06:30 PM-09:20 PM

W

SAATCHI, SARA

CD2-28

C D 77Y: Special Projects in Child Development

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Child Development 77, 77W, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Designed for students with a Child Development Permit at the Master Teacher level or above. Offers students the opportunity to research a topic of interest in the field of Child Development. Involve research of a topic of interest to the student. Research may include a review of the literature, interviews and other fieldwork such as exploring community resources or investigating a common teaching practice for effectiveness. (This course meets NAEYC Standard 4c, Understanding Content Knowledge in ECE and Standard 5, Becoming a Professional; NBPTS Standards IX, Reflective Practice; and DEC-CEC Standard 9 Professional & Ethical Practice.)

00337

C D-077Y-66R

Special Projects in Child Development (TBA)

TBA

TBA

LANGFELDER, DIANE

TBA

C D 80: Design, Program Development, and Daily Operation of Family Child Care

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An overview of family childcare as a business and as a program for children. Starting your own childcare business, budget and contracts, licensing and safety requirements will be addressed. Relevant program issues such as designing indoor/outdoor environments, daily schedule, curriculum, child guidance,

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accommodations for all children and parent partnerships will be presented.

00339

C D-080.-01L

Design, Program Development, and Daily Operation of Family Child Care (CLAS)

09:30 AM-12:25 PM

S

DRISCOLL, BARBARA

CD2-28

****** Cantonese

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

CANT 2: Elementary Cantonese (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Cantonese 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Cantonese) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further development of material presented in Cantonese 1. Presentation and study of the second quarter elementary-level of Cantonese language and the culture of Guangdong Province. Basic speaking, listening, reading and writing of Cantonese will be continued and practiced within a cultural context. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture.

00340

CANT-002.-61

Elementary Cantonese (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

MOK, CHAUFONG

L65

****** Computer Applications and Office Systems

Important Department Information: To see orientation information - click on department link above. CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

CAOS 84A: Business English I

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272-273; Mathematics 114 or equivalent. Course Description: Review of English grammar, punctuation, usage, and writing skills and applications of these skills to basic business communications.

30047 * CAOS-084A-63Z Business English I (TBA) TBA TBA SHERBY, MARK AT203 Course Notes (Winter): CAOS-084A-63Z: To add this BLENDED, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

CAOS 90GA: Computer Literacy I (PC)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (Students may take either Computer Applications and Office Systems 90G or, 90GA and 90GB, but not both for credit.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduction to a computer - hardware and software. Theory and interactive learning activities using word processing, spreadsheet, presentation graphics, database, e-mail, operating systems, and Internet applications.

00372

* Computer Literacy I (PC) (TBA) TBA TBA WEST, LINDA LC107 CAOS-90GA-63Z Course Notes (Winter): CAOS-90GA-63Z: FULLY Online Course. IF THIS COURSE IS CLOSED, ENROLL IN CAOS90GA-65Z. Students must have access to a computer, the Web, and an individual email address. Information/syllabus available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ This course does NOT use CATALYST and is not part of the AT203 Blended Self Paced Courses.

CAOS 91AN: Word Processing I (Word 2010)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Concepts and applications using a word processing computer software program.

30853

* Word Processing I (Word 2010) (TBA) TBA TBA SHERBY, MARK AT203 CAOS-91AN-63Z Course Notes (Winter): To add this DISTANCE, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

CAOS 91BN: Word Processing II (Word 2010)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Applications and Office Systems 91AN. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Advanced word processing concepts and applications using a computer software program.

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30854

* Word Processing II (Word 2010) (TBA) TBA TBA SHERBY, MARK AT203 CAOS-91BN-63Z Course Notes (Winter): To add this DISTANCE, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

CAOS 93AN: Spreadsheet I (Excel 2010)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and Office Systems 90GA. Course Description: A general introduction to basic data manipulation skills and techniques used with spreadsheets: editing, computation, database management, graphing.

30855

* Spreadsheet I (Excel 2010) (TBA) TBA TBA SHERBY, MARK AT203 CAOS-93AN-63Z Course Notes (Winter): To add this DISTANCE, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

CAOS 93BN: Spreadsheet II (Excel 2010)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Applications and Office Systems 93AN. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Advanced spreadsheet design using unique spreadsheet features: graphing, information retrieval, table searches, financial business calculations for decision making.

30856

* Spreadsheet II (Excel 2010) (TBA) TBA TBA WEST, LINDA AT203 CAOS-93BN-63Z Course Notes (Winter): To add this DISTANCE, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

CAOS 104O: Introduction to Filing

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and Office Systems 70AA or 173 and 102K, 102L, 102M or 102T. Course Description: Entry-level concepts and terminology of filing rules for an office environment.

30051

* Introduction to Filing (TBA) TBA TBA WEST, LINDA AT203 CAOS-104O-63Z Course Notes (Winter): CAOS-1040-63Z: To add this BLENDED, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

CAOS 108: Personal Computer Security Basics

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Computer Information Systems 108. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and Office Systems 90GA or equivalent. Course Description: Beginner's computer security course for small office or home users. Learn to stop hackers, worms, viruses, spyware, Web bugs and identity theft. Learn vulnerabilities found in Web browsers, e-mail and operating systems. Protect against online purchase dangers, install firewalls, manage cookies, restrict ports, analyze log files, evaluate wireless networks and examine encryption.

00354 * CAOS-108.-63Z Personal Computer Security Basics (TBA) TBA TBA SHERBY, MARK LC107 Course Notes (Winter): FULLY Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web, and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ Click on Syllabus and click on the link to Mark Sherby's syllabus. This course is NOT part of the AT203 Distance Self Paced Courses.

CAOS 110N: Database I (Access 2010)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and Office Systems 90GA or 102G-P. Course Description: Use of database software to create, search, modify and arrange information.

30841 * CAOS-110N-63Z Database I (Access 2010) (TBA) TBA TBA WEST, LINDA AT203 Course Notes (Winter): To add this DISTANCE, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

CAOS 111N: Database II (Access 2010)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Applications and Office Systems 110N. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Use database commands to build and modify data files and forms, refine queries and generate customized reports. Integrate database files with other applications.

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30843 * CAOS-111N-63Z Database II (Access 2010) (TBA) TBA TBA SHERBY, MARK AT203 Course Notes (Winter): To add this DISTANCE, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

CAOS 112A: Digital Imaging Software (Photoshop)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Arts 112A and CAD and Digital Imaging 112A. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: (Students may receive credit for either Computer Applications and Office Systems 112A (or 112I and 112Q); Arts 112A (or 112I and 112Q); or CAD and Digital Imaging 112A (or 112I and 112Q).) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and Office Systems 90GA. Course Description: Basic and intermediate principles using digital imaging software to produce graphics for websites. Introduction to digital imaging terminology and software. This course is for the content person to produce Web pages using digital images.

30845 30271

CAOS-112A-01 CAOS-112A-02

Digital Imaging Software (Photoshop) (L-L) Digital Imaging Software (Photoshop) (L-L)

10:30 AM-02:20 PM 10:30 AM-02:20 PM

MW TTh

JOHNSON, ERNEST JOHNSON, ERNEST

AT205 AT205

CAOS 114A: Web Graphics/Animation Software (Flash)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Arts 114A and CAD and Digital Imaging 114A. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and Office Systems 112A (or 112I and 112Q); or Arts 112A (or 112I and 112Q); or CAD and Digital Imaging 112A (or 112I and 112Q). Course Description: Basic and intermediate principles of graphics/animation for the Web. Web graphics/animation terminology and software. This course is for the content person to build a website.

31186 * CAOS-114A-63Z Web Graphics/Animation Software (Flash) (CLAS) TBA TBA HOLMES, PATRICIA LC107 31186 * CAOS-114A-63Z Web Graphics/Animation Software (Flash) (CLAS) TBA TBA HOLMES, PATRICIA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): CAOS 114A-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web, and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CAOS 130N: Introduction to Business Graphics (PowerPoint 2010)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Computer Applications and Office Systems 102G-P. Course Description: Introduction to presentation software using Microsoft PowerPoint. Course provides hands-on experience to produce text, graphic, chart and graph images for professional presentations.

30851

* Introduction to Business Graphics (PowerPoint 2010) (TBA) TBA TBA WEST, LINDA AT203 CAOS-130N-63Z Course Notes (Winter): CAOS-130N-63Z: To add this BLENDED, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

CAOS 176: Telephone Communications

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Techniques for handling incoming and outgoing phone calls, listening skills and customer relations.

30852 * CAOS-176.-63Z Telephone Communications (TBA) TBA TBA JOHNSON, ERNEST AT203 Course Notes (Winter): CAOS-176.-63Z: To add this BLENDED, SELF-PACED COURSE, go to caos.deanza.edu/selfpacedcourses.html and follow the adding instructions in the "Steps to Enroll" section. Once enrolled, follow the "Steps to Start" section.

****** CAD and Digital Imaging

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

CDI 51: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Formerly: (Formerly CAD and Digital Imaging 51C.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, utilizing ANSI Y14.5M standards as they apply to engineering and manufacturing drawings and machining.

30785

CDI-051.-61

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:50 PM

F

BENZIO, ROBERT

AT313

30786 * CDI-051.-63Z Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (LAB) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT AT313 30786 * CDI-051.-63Z Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (CLAS) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT AT313 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-051.63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of CAD software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

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CDI 56: Special Projects in CAD

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of CAD and Digital Imaging 56, 56X and 56Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Projects advancing student's knowledge and experience in a selected area of CAD. Student will complete project objectives/requirements as determined in 3, 4, and 5 of the Special Projects Contract.

30782 CDI-056.-65R Special Projects in CAD (TBA) TBA TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): CDI -056.-65R:Projects advancing student's knowledge and experience in a selected area of CAD. Project type and design will be determined through consultation with the instructor.

TBA

CDI 60F: SolidWorks (Beginning)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Fundamentals of computer-aided design and drafting using SolidWorks software. Application of SolidWorks in creating manufacturing models.

30788 31003

CDI-060F-01 CDI-060F-63

SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) SolidWorks (Beginning) (L-L)

08:30 AM-12:20 PM 06:00 PM-09:50 PM

TTh TTh

KLINGMAN, PAUL TBA

AT301 AT313

30787 * CDI-060F-63Z SolidWorks (Beginning) (LAB) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL AT301 30787 * CDI-060F-63Z SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL AT301 Course Notes (Winter): CDI -060F-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of SolidWorks software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30801 CDI-060F-64 SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM MW LOUIE, KENNETH AT301

30803 * CDI-060F-65Z SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA LOUIE, KENNETH AT301 30803 * CDI-060F-65Z SolidWorks (Beginning) (LAB) TBA TBA LOUIE, KENNETH AT301 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-060F-65Z: Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of SolidWorks software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CDI 61F: SolidWorks (Intermediate)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 60E. Course Description: Intermediate-level application of SolidWorks in creating solid models and drawings. Introduction to surface features and basic surfacing techniques.

30962

CDI-061F-01

SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

KLINGMAN, PAUL

AT301

30963 * CDI-061F-63Z SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL AT301 30963 * CDI-061F-63Z SolidWorks (Intermediate) (LAB) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL AT301 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-061F-63Z: Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of SolidWorks software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30798 CDI-061F-64 SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM TTh BENZIO, ROBERT AT301

30799 * CDI-061F-65Z SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT AT301 30799 * CDI-061F-65Z SolidWorks (Intermediate) (LAB) TBA TBA BENZIO, ROBERT AT301 Course Notes (Winter): CDI -061F-65Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of SolidWorks software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CDI 62F: SolidWorks (Advanced)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 61E. Course Description: Advanced CAD modeling techniques using SolidWorks. Emphasis is on surface modeling and "top-down" design.

30964

CDI-062F-01

SolidWorks (Advanced) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

KLINGMAN, PAUL

AT301

30965 * CDI-062F-63Z SolidWorks (Advanced) (CLAS) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL AT301 30965 * CDI-062F-63Z SolidWorks (Advanced) (LAB) TBA TBA KLINGMAN, PAUL AT301 Course Notes (Winter): CDI -062F-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of SolidWorks software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CDI 70D: Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Beginning)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Fundamentals of part design, using Pro/ENGINEER. Application of operating system, software, hardware, and peripherals in creating 3-D manufacturing models with Pro/ENGINEER.

30830

CDI-070D-61

Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Beginning) (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:50 PM

MW

LAMIT, GARY

AT313

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30831 * CDI-070D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Beginning) (LAB) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 30831 * CDI-070D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-070D-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of Pro/ENGINEER software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CDI 70E: Creo Parametric (Beginning)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Fundamentals of part design, using Creo Parametric (formally Pro/ENGINEER). Application of operating system, software, hardware, and peripherals in creating 3D manufacturing models with Creo Parametric.

30791 * CDI-070E-63Z Creo Parametric (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 30791 * CDI-070E-63Z Creo Parametric (Beginning) (LAB) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-070-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of PTC Creo software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30800 CDI-070E-64 Creo Parametric (Beginning) (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY AT313

CDI 71D: Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Intermediate)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 70D. Course Description: Assembly creation and drawing output using Pro/ENGINEER.

30093

CDI-071D-61

Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Intermediate) (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:50 PM

MW

LAMIT, GARY

AT313

30094 * CDI-071D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 30094 * CDI-071D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Intermediate) (LAB) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-071D-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of Pro/ENGINEER software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CDI 71E: Creo Parametric (Intermediate)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 70E. Course Description: Assembly creation and drawing output using Creo Parametric (formally Pro/ENGINEER).

30966

CDI-071E-01

Creo Parametric (Intermediate) (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:50 PM

MW

LAMIT, GARY

AT313

30967 * CDI-071E-63Z Creo Parametric (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 30967 * CDI-071E-63Z Creo Parametric (Intermediate) (LAB) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-071E-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of PTC Creo software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CDI 72D: Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Advanced)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 71D. Course Description: Advanced design and photo-rendering modules and capabilities from Pro/ENGINEER are used to create unique designs and display them in a realistic, lifelike setting.

30091 * CDI-072D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Advanced) (CLAS) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 30091 * CDI-072D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Advanced) (LAB) TBA TBA LAMIT, GARY AT313 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-072D-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of Pro/ENGINEER software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30488 CDI-072D-64 Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Advanced) (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM MW LAMIT, GARY AT313

CDI 73D: Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Pro/SHEETMETAL)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 70D. Course Description: Principles of sheet metal design using Pro/ENGINEER Pro/SHEETMETAL.

30089

CDI-073D-01L

Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Pro/SHEETMETAL) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-04:20 PM

S

GEE, JAMES

AT313

30090 * CDI-073D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Pro/SHEETMETAL) (CLAS) TBA TBA GEE, JAMES AT313 30090 * CDI-073D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Pro/SHEETMETAL) (LAB) TBA TBA GEE, JAMES AT313 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-073D-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of Pro/ENGINEER software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CDI 74D: Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Pro/SURFACE)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 ||

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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 70D. Course Description: Surface design using Pro/ENGINEER software. Application of surfaces in creating product models for industry.

30783

CDI-074D-01L

Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Pro/SURFACE) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-04:20 PM

S

GEE, JAMES

AT313

30784 * CDI-074D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Pro/SURFACE) (LAB) TBA TBA GEE, JAMES AT313 30784 * CDI-074D-63Z Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire (Pro/SURFACE) (CLAS) TBA TBA GEE, JAMES AT313 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-074D-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of Pro/ENGINEER software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CDI 80E: AutoCAD (Beginning)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Principles and applications of computer-aided design and drafting using AutoCAD software. Emphasis on 2D drawings and dimensioning.

30813 30794

CDI-080E-01 CDI-080E-01L

AutoCAD (Beginning) (CLAS) AutoCAD (Beginning) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-12:20 PM 08:30 AM-04:20 PM

MW S

FEILLER, THOMAS KEITH, STEVEN

AT313 AT301 AT301 AT301

30796 * CDI-080E-63Z AutoCAD (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA KEITH, STEVEN 30796 * CDI-080E-63Z AutoCAD (Beginning) (LAB) TBA TBA KEITH, STEVEN Course Notes (Winter): CDI-080E-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of AutoCAD software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30971 * CDI-080E-65Z AutoCAD (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA FEILLER, THOMAS 30971 * CDI-080E-65Z AutoCAD (Beginning) (LAB) TBA TBA FEILLER, THOMAS Course Notes (Winter): CDI-080E-65Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of AutoCAD software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

AT313 AT313

CDI 95B: CATIA (Beginning)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Eight hours lecture-laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Fundamentals of Computer-aided design and drafting using CATIA software. Application of CATIA in creating manufacturing models.

30968

CDI-095B-61

CATIA (Beginning) (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:50 PM

TTh

LOUIE, KENNETH

AT313

30969 * CDI-095B-63Z CATIA (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA LOUIE, KENNETH AT313 30969 * CDI-095B-63Z CATIA (Beginning) (LAB) TBA TBA LOUIE, KENNETH AT313 Course Notes (Winter): CDI-095B-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of CATIA software, the Web and an individual email address. Consider taking a CDI100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CDI 101X: CAD Technology Laboratory (Creo)

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of CAD and Digital Imaging 101, 101X, 101Y and 101Z may be taken up to six times for credit as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 70A-H, 71A-H, 72A-H, 73A-H, 74A-H, 75A-H, 76A-H, 77A-H, 78A-H or 79A-H. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on Creo software. Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other Creo courses. Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in Creo software. Students will use the classroom available only CBT (Computer based Training) module available for the CAD system. All projects will be derived from this CBT.

30807

CDI-101X-01

CAD Technology Laboratory (Creo) (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:55 PM

TTh

LAMIT, GARY

AT313

CDI 101Z: CAD Technology Laboratory (Creo)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of CAD and Digital Imaging 101, 101X, 101Y and 101Z may be taken up to six times for credit as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 70A-H, 71A-H, 72A-H, 73A-H, 74A-H, 75A-H, 76A-H, 77A-H, 78A-H or 79A-H. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on Creo software. Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other Creo courses. Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in Creo software. Students will use the classroom available only CBT (Computer based Training) module available for the CAD system. All projects will be derived from this CBT.

30810 30805

CDI-101Z-01L CDI-101Z-02

CAD Technology Laboratory (Creo) (LAB) CAD Technology Laboratory (Creo) (LAB)

08:30 AM-02:20 PM 03:00 PM-05:50 PM

S MW

GEE, JAMES LAMIT, GARY

AT313 AT313

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CDI 102X: CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks)

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of CAD and Digital Imaging 102, 102X, 102Y and 102Z may be taken up to six times for credit as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 60A-H, 61A-H, 62A-H, 64A-H, 67A-H, or 69A-H. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on SolidWorks software. Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other SolidWorks courses. Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in SolidWorks software. Students will use the classroom available only CBT (Computer based Training) module available for the CAD system. All projects will be derived from this CBT.

31005 30812

CDI-102X-01 CDI-102X-64

CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks) (LAB) CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks) (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:45 PM 06:00 PM-09:50 PM

MW F

KLINGMAN, PAUL BENZIO, ROBERT

AT301 AT313

CDI 102Z: CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of CAD and Digital Imaging 102, 102X, 102Y and 102Z may be taken up to six times for credit as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 60A-H, 61A-H, 62A-H, 64A-H, 67A-H, or 69A-H. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on SolidWorks software. Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other SolidWorks courses. Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in SolidWorks software. Students will use the classroom available only CBT (Computer based Training) module available for the CAD system. All projects will be derived from this CBT.

31013

CDI-102Z-01

CAD Technology Laboratory (SolidWorks) (LAB)

03:00 PM-05:50 PM

TTh

KLINGMAN, PAUL

AT313

CDI 103Z: CAD Technology Laboratory (AutoDESK)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of CAD and Digital Imaging 103, 103X, 103Y and 103Z may be taken up to six times for credit as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: CAD and Digital Imaging 80A-H, 81A-H, 82A-H, 83A-H, or 88A-H. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on AutoDESK software. Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other AutoDESK courses. Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in AutoDESK software. Students will use the classroom available only CBT (Computer based Training) module available for the CAD system. All projects will be derived from this CBT.

30809

CDI-103Z-01

CAD Technology Laboratory (AutoDESK) (LAB)

03:00 PM-05:50 PM

MW

LAMIT, GARY

AT313

****** Chemistry

Important Department Information: For Summer chemistry courses: See Department link! CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

CHEM 1A: General Chemistry

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture, six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Chemistry 50 or satisfactory score on Chemistry Placement Test; Mathematics 114 or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the structure and reactivity of matter at the molecular level. Application of critical reasoning to modern chemical theory and structured numerical problem solving. Development of molecular structure from rudimentary quantum mechanics, including an introduction to ionic and covalent bonding. Chemical problem solving involving both formula and reaction stoichiometry employing the unit analysis method. Application of Kinetic Molecular Theory to the study of classical gas laws and an introduction to thermochemistry.

00405 CHEM-001A-01 00405 CHEM-001A-01 00405 CHEM-001A-01 Course Notes (Winter): 00406 CHEM-001A-02 00406 CHEM-001A-02 00406 CHEM-001A-02 Course Notes (Winter): 00407 CHEM-001A-03 00407 CHEM-001A-03 00407 CHEM-001A-03 Course Notes (Winter): 00408 CHEM-001A-04 00408 CHEM-001A-04 00408 CHEM-001A-04 Course Notes (Winter): 00409 CHEM-001A-05

General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:20 AM-10:10 AM

MWF MW MW

MUZZI, CINZIA MUZZI, CINZIA MUZZI, CINZIA

S34 SC2202 SC2202

General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:20 PM-05:10 PM

MWF MW MW

MUZZI, CINZIA MUZZI, CINZIA MUZZI, CINZIA

S34 SC2202 SC2202

General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:20 PM-02:10 PM

MWF MW MW

BOZIDAREVIC, IVANA BOZIDAREVIC, IVANA BOZIDAREVIC, IVANA

SC1102 SC2202 SC2202

General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:20 PM-02:10 PM

MWF TTh TTh

BOZIDAREVIC, IVANA BOZIDAREVIC, IVANA BOZIDAREVIC, IVANA

SC1102 SC2202 SC2202

General Chemistry (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TThF

SUBRAMANIAM, RAMACHANDRAN

SC2202

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00409 00409

CHEM-001A-05 CHEM-001A-05

General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:20 AM-10:10 AM

TTh TTh

SUBRAMANIAM, RAMACHANDRAN SUBRAMANIAM, RAMACHANDRAN

SC2202 SC2202

Course Notes (Winter): 00410 CHEM-001A-61 00410 CHEM-001A-61 00410 CHEM-001A-61 Course Notes (Winter): General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM 07:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:20 PM-10:10 PM MW MW MW LO, BILLIE LO, BILLIE LO, BILLIE SC2202 SC2202 SC2202

CHEM 1B: General Chemistry

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture, six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Chemistry 1A with a grade of C or better. Course Description: Continuation of an introduction to the principles of chemistry. Investigation of reversible reactions from the standpoints of kinetics, thermodynamics, and equilibrium. Application of equilibrium to the reactions of acids and bases.

00411 CHEM-001B-01 00411 CHEM-001B-01 00411 CHEM-001B-01 Course Notes (Winter): 00412 CHEM-001B-02 00412 CHEM-001B-02 00412 CHEM-001B-02 Course Notes (Winter): 00413 CHEM-001B-03 00413 CHEM-001B-03 00413 CHEM-001B-03 Course Notes (Winter): 00414 CHEM-001B-61 00414 CHEM-001B-61 00414 CHEM-001B-61 Course Notes (Winter):

General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:20 AM-10:10 AM

MWF MW MW

TONG, HOMER TONG, HOMER TONG, HOMER

SC1102 SC2204 SC2204

General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:20 PM-05:10 PM

MWF MW MW

TONG, HOMER TONG, HOMER TONG, HOMER

SC1102 SC2204 SC2204

General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 08:20 AM-10:10 AM

TTh TThF TTh

CALGHER, PAUL CALGHER, PAUL CALGHER, PAUL

SC2204 SC2204 SC2204

General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB)

06:00 PM-07:15 PM 07:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:20 PM-10:10 PM

MW MW MW

TONG, HOMER TONG, HOMER TONG, HOMER

SC2204 SC2204 SC2204

CHEM 1C: General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture, six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Chemistry 1B with a grade of C or better. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to electrochemistry, the chemistry of transition metals, and the chemistry of organic compounds. Identification of ions using qualitative analysis methods.

00415 CHEM-001C-01 00415 CHEM-001C-01 00415 CHEM-001C-01 Course Notes (Winter): 00416 CHEM-001C-02 00416 CHEM-001C-02 00416 CHEM-001C-02 Course Notes (Winter):

General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (CLAS) General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (CLAS) General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:20 AM-10:10 AM

MWF MW MW

CALGHER, PAUL CALGHER, PAUL CALGHER, PAUL

S35 SC2208 SC2208

General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (CLAS) General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (CLAS) General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:20 PM-05:10 PM

MWF MW MW

CALGHER, PAUL CALGHER, PAUL CALGHER, PAUL

S35 SC2208 SC2208

CHEM 10: Introductory Chemistry

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of chemistry, including chemical laboratory techniques and methods and a survey of important chemical principles. The course emphasizes chemistry as a subject of scientific inquiry and is designed to give the student a general appreciation for chemistry as a science.

00417 CHEM-010.-01 00417 CHEM-010.-01 00417 CHEM-010.-01 Course Notes (Winter): 00418 CHEM-010.-02 00418 CHEM-010.-02 00418 CHEM-010.-02 Course Notes (Winter): 00419 CHEM-010.-61 00419 CHEM-010.-61 00419 CHEM-010.-61 Course Notes (Winter):

Introductory Chemistry (CLAS) Introductory Chemistry (CLAS) Introductory Chemistry (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 12:20 PM-02:15 PM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh M M

STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M

S34 SC2204 SC2204

Introductory Chemistry (CLAS) Introductory Chemistry (LAB) Introductory Chemistry (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:20 PM-02:10 PM

MTWTh W W

CAHILL, RICHARD CAHILL, RICHARD CAHILL, RICHARD

S34 SC2204 SC2204

Introductory Chemistry (CLAS) Introductory Chemistry (LAB) Introductory Chemistry (LAB)

05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:20 PM-10:10 PM

TTh T T

FRANZINI, MAURIZIO FRANZINI, MAURIZIO FRANZINI, MAURIZIO

SC2204 SC2204 SC2204

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CHEM 12A: Organic Chemistry

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture, six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Chemistry 1C with a grade of C or better. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the physical properties and chemical behavior of important classes of organic compounds, focusing on hydrocarbons and haloalkanes. Emphasis on retrosynthesis, spectroscopic structure determination, and reaction mechanism. Laboratory experiments involving the synthesis of simple compounds and the characterization of those compounds using gas chromatography (GC), and infrared (IR) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. For chemistry majors or those in closely allied fields such as biochemistry and chemical engineering.

31117 CHEM-012A-61 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 31117 CHEM-012A-61 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 03:20 PM-05:10 PM 31117 CHEM-012A-61 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM Course Notes (Winter): CHEM-012A-61: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. 31114 CHEM-012A-62 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM 31114 CHEM-012A-62 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 07:30 PM-08:20 PM 31114 CHEM-012A-62 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 08:20 PM-10:10 PM Course Notes (Winter): CHEM-012A-62: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting.

MW MW MW

HIEBERT, CHARLES HIEBERT, CHARLES HIEBERT, CHARLES

SC2210 SC2210 S56

MW MW MW

HIEBERT, CHARLES HIEBERT, CHARLES HIEBERT, CHARLES

S56 SC2210 SC2210

CHEM 12B: Organic Chemistry

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture, six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Chemistry 12A with a grade of C or better. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An exploration of the physical properties and chemical behavior of important classes of organic compounds, focusing on: polyenes; aromatic compounds; alcohols, thiols, and ethers; and aldehydes and ketones and their derivatives. Emphasis on retrosynthesis, spectroscopic structure determination, and reaction mechanism. Laboratory experiments involving the synthesis of simple compounds and the characterization of those compounds using chromatography and infrared (IR), ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis), and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. For chemistry majors or those in closely-allied fields such as biochemistry and chemical engineering.

00422 CHEM-012B-01 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 00422 CHEM-012B-01 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM 00422 CHEM-012B-01 Organic Chemistry (LAB) 08:20 AM-10:10 AM Course Notes (Winter): CHEM-012B-01: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. 00423 CHEM-012B-02 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 00423 CHEM-012B-02 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 00423 CHEM-012B-02 Organic Chemistry (LAB) 12:20 PM-02:10 PM Course Notes (Winter): CHEM-012B-02: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. 31111 31111 31111 CHEM-012B-03 CHEM-012B-03 CHEM-012B-03 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) Organic Chemistry (CLAS) Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:20 PM-02:10 PM

MWF MW MW

GRAY, DAVID GRAY, DAVID GRAY, DAVID

S75 SC2210 SC2210

MWF MW MW

GRAY, DAVID GRAY, DAVID GRAY, DAVID

S75 SC2210 SC2210

TThF TTh TTh

GRAY, DAVID GRAY, DAVID GRAY, DAVID

SC2210 SC2210 SC2210

CHEM 30A: Survey of Chemistry

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Mathematics 114 or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to fundamental topics in general and inorganic chemistry as preparation for the biological and health sciences.

00424 CHEM-030A-61 00424 CHEM-030A-61 00424 CHEM-030A-61 Course Notes (Winter):

Survey of Chemistry (CLAS) Survey of Chemistry (CLAS) Survey of Chemistry (LAB)

05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:20 PM-10:10 PM

TTh T T

STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M

SC1102 SC2202 SC2202

CHEM 30B: Survey of Chemistry

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Chemistry 30A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to fundamental topics in general and organic chemistry as preparation for the biological and health sciences.

00426 00426 00426

CHEM-030B-01 CHEM-030B-01 CHEM-030B-01

Survey of Chemistry (CLAS) Survey of Chemistry (CLAS) Survey of Chemistry (LAB)

05:30 PM-07:10 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:20 PM-05:10 PM

TTh T T

SUBRAMANIAM, RAMACHANDRAN SUBRAMANIAM, RAMACHANDRAN SUBRAMANIAM, RAMACHANDRAN

FOR1 SC2204 SC2204

Course Notes (Winter): 31112 31112 31112 CHEM-030B-02 CHEM-030B-02 CHEM-030B-02 Survey of Chemistry (CLAS) Survey of Chemistry (CLAS) Survey of Chemistry (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:10 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:20 PM-05:10 PM TTh Th Th SUBRAMANIAM, RAMACHANDRAN SUBRAMANIAM, RAMACHANDRAN SUBRAMANIAM, RAMACHANDRAN FOR1 SC2204 SC2204

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CHEM 50: Preparation Course for General Chemistry

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Mathematics 114 or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the core theory and problem-solving techniques of chemistry as preparation for Chemistry 1A and other science related fields. An introduction to gravimetric and volumetric analysis, rudimentary laboratory equipment and operations, and the preparation and maintenance of a laboratory notebook.

00427 CHEM-050.-01 00427 CHEM-050.-01 00427 CHEM-050.-01 Course Notes (Winter): 00428 CHEM-050.-02 00428 CHEM-050.-02 00428 CHEM-050.-02 Course Notes (Winter): 00429 CHEM-050.-03 00429 CHEM-050.-03 00429 CHEM-050.-03 Course Notes (Winter): 00430 CHEM-050.-04 00430 CHEM-050.-04 00430 CHEM-050.-04 Course Notes (Winter): 00431 CHEM-050.-61 00431 CHEM-050.-61 00431 CHEM-050.-61 Course Notes (Winter): 00432 CHEM-050.-62 00432 CHEM-050.-62 00432 CHEM-050.-62 Course Notes (Winter):

Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:20 PM-02:10 PM

MTWTh T T

STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M

SC1102 SC2208 SC2208

Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:20 PM-02:10 PM

MTWTh Th Th

STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M

SC1102 SC2208 SC2208

Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:20 PM-05:10 PM

MTWTh T T

MUZZI, CINZIA YOLLES, ROBERT YOLLES, ROBERT

S34 SC2208 SC2208

Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:20 PM-05:10 PM

MTWTh Th Th

MUZZI, CINZIA YOLLES, ROBERT YOLLES, ROBERT

S34 SC2208 SC2208

Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB)

05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:20 PM-10:10 PM

MW M M

ZLATOGOROV, ELENA ZLATOGOROV, ELENA ZLATOGOROV, ELENA

S34 SC2208 SC2208

Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB)

05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:20 PM-10:10 PM

MW W W

ZLATOGOROV, ELENA ZLATOGOROV, ELENA ZLATOGOROV, ELENA

S34 SC2208 SC2208

CHEM 77: Special Projects in Chemistry

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Chemistry 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual special reading, writing, or study projects in chemistry as determined in consultation with the instructor.

00433

CHEM-077.-65R Special Projects in Chemistry (TBA)

TBA

TBA

GRAY, DAVID

TBA

CHEM 77Y: Special Projects in Chemistry

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Chemistry 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual special reading, writing, or study projects in chemistry as determined in consultation with the instructor.

00434

CHEM-077Y-65R Special Projects in Chemistry (TBA)

TBA

TBA

GRAY, DAVID

TBA

****** Computer Information Systems

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

CIS 2: Computers and the Internet in Society

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A critical examination of the capabilities and uses of the Internet, computers and cellular communications, and how they are changing business, law, politics, health, education, entertainment, and society.

00435 * CIS-002.-63Z Computers and the Internet in Society (TBA) TBA TBA SO, HANN LC107 Course Notes (Winter): CIS -002.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

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CIS 3: Business Information Systems

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to management information systems, systems design and development, data communications, data management, office automation, computer hardware and software concepts. Use of common software packages for business applications including word processing, spreadsheets, database, and Internet web tools.

00436 00436 00436

CIS-003.-01 CIS-003.-01 CIS-003.-01

Business Information Systems (CLAS) Business Information Systems (CLAS) Business Information Systems (LAB)

01:30 PM-03:55 PM 01:30 PM-02:35 PM 02:40 PM-03:55 PM

M W W

MORGAN JR, ALEXANDER MORGAN JR, ALEXANDER MORGAN JR, ALEXANDER GEORGIOU, SPERANTA GEORGIOU, SPERANTA GEORGIOU, SPERANTA GEORGIOU, SPERANTA GEORGIOU, SPERANTA GEORGIOU, SPERANTA

AT204 AT204 AT204

00437 00437 00437 00438 00438 00438

CIS-003.-03 CIS-003.-03 CIS-003.-03 CIS-003.-04 CIS-003.-04 CIS-003.-04

Business Information Systems (CLAS) Business Information Systems (CLAS) Business Information Systems (LAB) Business Information Systems (CLAS) Business Information Systems (CLAS) Business Information Systems (LAB)

10:30 AM-12:55 PM 10:30 AM-11:35 AM 11:40 AM-12:55 PM 10:30 AM-12:55 PM 10:30 AM-11:35 AM 11:40 AM-12:55 PM

M W W T Th Th

AT204 AT204 AT204 AT311 AT311 AT311

00439 * CIS-003.-63Z Business Information Systems (CLAS) TBA TBA GEORGIOU, SPERANTA LC107 00439 * CIS-003.-63Z Business Information Systems (LAB) TBA TBA GEORGIOU, SPERANTA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): CIS -003.-63Z Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CIS 14A: Visual Basic .NET Programming I

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Programming in Visual Basic. Emphasis on Windows programming using the Visual Basic environment. The development of well-structured VB projects using forms, buttons, labels, picture boxes, and text boxes.

00440 00440

CIS-014A-02 CIS-014A-02

Visual Basic .NET Programming I (CLAS) Visual Basic .NET Programming I (LAB)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:45 AM

MW W

AHRENS, EDWARD AHRENS, EDWARD

AT205 AT203

CIS 15C: Data Structures

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 15BG or 26A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Stacks, queues, linked lists, trees, heaps, and graphs; internal and external sorting; use of recursion; hashing; structured programming; and abstract data type concepts; team project.

GARBACEA, DELIAMANUELA 00441 CIS-015C-01 Data Structures (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:35 PM Th GARBACEA, DELIAMANUELA 00441 CIS-015C-01 Data Structures (LAB) 02:40 PM-03:55 PM Th GARBACEA, DELIAMANUELA Course Notes (Winter): CIS -015C-01: Before attending this class, please review programming in C with the questions and exercises at http://voyager.deanza.edu/~cistest

00441

CIS-015C-01

Data Structures (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:55 PM

T

AT312 AT312 AT312

CIS 15AG: Introduction to Computer Programming Using C

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (Students may receive credit for either Computer Information Systems 15AG and 15BG, or Computer Information Systems 26A.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 114 or equivalent; Computer Information Systems 50; Computer Applications and Office Systems 70AA. Course Description: Problem solving, algorithms and structured program design. Programming, testing and debugging of well-structured programs in C. Introduction to data types, expressions, control structures, functions, sequential files, and one-dimensional arrays.

00465 00465 00465 00466 00466 00466

CIS-15AG-02 CIS-15AG-02 CIS-15AG-02 CIS-15AG-03 CIS-15AG-03 CIS-15AG-03

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (LAB) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (LAB)

08:30 AM-10:55 AM 08:30 AM-09:35 AM 09:40 AM-10:55 AM 02:30 PM-04:55 PM 02:30 PM-03:35 PM 03:40 PM-04:55 PM

T Th Th M W W

NGUYEN, UYEN NGUYEN, UYEN NGUYEN, UYEN GARBACEA, DELIAMANUELA GARBACEA, DELIAMANUELA GARBACEA, DELIAMANUELA NGUYEN, UYEN NGUYEN, UYEN NGUYEN, UYEN

AT312 AT312 AT312 AT205 AT205 AT205

00467 00467 00467

CIS-15AG-04 CIS-15AG-04 CIS-15AG-04

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (LAB)

09:30 AM-11:55 AM 09:30 AM-10:35 AM 10:40 AM-11:55 AM

M W W

AT312 AT312 AT312

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30254 30254 30254

CIS-15AG-06 CIS-15AG-06 CIS-15AG-06

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (LAB)

01:30 PM-03:55 PM 01:30 PM-02:35 PM 02:40 PM-03:55 PM

T Th Th

LEE-KLAWENDER, CYNTHIA LEE-KLAWENDER, CYNTHIA LEE-KLAWENDER, CYNTHIA BENTLEY, JOE BENTLEY, JOE BENTLEY, JOE

AT204 AT204 AT204

00468 00468 00468

CIS-15AG-61 CIS-15AG-61 CIS-15AG-61

Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (CLAS) Introduction to Computer Programming Using C (LAB)

06:00 PM-08:25 PM 06:00 PM-07:05 PM 07:10 PM-08:25 PM

M W W

AT312 AT312 AT312

CIS 15BG: Intermediate Problem Solving in C

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (Students may receive credit for either Computer Information Systems 15AG and 15BG, or Computer Information Systems 26A.) Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 15AG. Course Description: A systematic approach to the design, construction and management of computer programs, emphasizing design, programming style, documentation, testing and debugging techniques. Strings, multidimensional arrays and structures. Pointers: their use in arrays, parameters and dynamic allocation. Introduction to linked lists.

00469 CIS-15BG-03 Intermediate Problem Solving in C (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:55 PM T PAPE, MARY 00469 CIS-15BG-03 Intermediate Problem Solving in C (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:35 AM Th PAPE, MARY 00469 CIS-15BG-03 Intermediate Problem Solving in C (LAB) 11:40 AM-12:55 PM Th PAPE, MARY Course Notes (Winter): CIS -15BG-03: Before attending this class, please review CIS 15AG with the questions and exercises at http://voyager.deanza.edu/~cis_review 30584 * CIS-15BG-04Y Intermediate Problem Solving in C (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM M

AT204 AT204 AT204

LEE-KLAWENDER, AT312 CYNTHIA 30584 * CIS-15BG-04Y Intermediate Problem Solving in C (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM W LEE-KLAWENDER, AT312 CYNTHIA 30584 * CIS-15BG-04Y Intermediate Problem Solving in C (CLAS) TBA TBA LEE-KLAWENDER, ONLINE CYNTHIA Course Notes (Winter): CIS -15BG-04Y: Hybrid class (33% on line instruction). Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 1:30-2:45 PM. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Please see the instructor's green sheet for details. Before attending this class, please review CIS 15AG with the questions and exercises at http://voyager.deanza.edu/~cis_review 00470 CIS-15BG-61 Intermediate Problem Solving in C (CLAS) 06:00 PM-08:25 PM T YEH, SHU 00470 CIS-15BG-61 Intermediate Problem Solving in C (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:05 PM Th YEH, SHU 00470 CIS-15BG-61 Intermediate Problem Solving in C (LAB) 07:10 PM-08:25 PM Th YEH, SHU Course Notes (Winter): CIS -15BG-61: Before attending this class, please review CIS 15AG with the questions and exercises at http://voyager.deanza.edu/~cis_review AT312 AT312 AT312

CIS 18A: Introduction to UNIX/LINUX

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Computer Information Systems 10. Course Description: Introduction to the features of the UNIX/LINUX operating system including text editing, text file manipulation, electronic mail, Internet utilities, directory structures, input/output handling, and shell features.

00443 00443 00443 00444 00444 00444

CIS-018A-01 CIS-018A-01 CIS-018A-01 CIS-018A-61 CIS-018A-61 CIS-018A-61

Introduction to UNIX/LINUX (CLAS) Introduction to UNIX/LINUX (CLAS) Introduction to UNIX/LINUX (LAB) Introduction to UNIX/LINUX (CLAS) Introduction to UNIX/LINUX (CLAS) Introduction to UNIX/LINUX (LAB)

03:30 PM-05:55 PM 03:30 PM-04:35 PM 04:40 PM-05:55 PM 06:00 PM-08:25 PM 06:00 PM-07:05 PM 07:10 PM-08:25 PM

M W W M W W

OLDHAM, IRA OLDHAM, IRA OLDHAM, IRA KRISHNAMURTHY, LALITHA KRISHNAMURTHY, LALITHA KRISHNAMURTHY, LALITHA

AT311 AT311 AT311 AT204 AT204 AT204

CIS 18B: Advanced UNIX/LINUX

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 14A or 15AG; and Computer Information Systems 18A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Coverage of regular expressions, grep, sed, and awk utilities.

30109 * CIS-018B-02Y Advanced UNIX/LINUX (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:45 PM TTh NGUYEN, UYEN AT312 30109 * CIS-018B-02Y Advanced UNIX/LINUX (CLAS) TBA TBA NGUYEN, UYEN ONLINE 30109 * CIS-018B-02Y Advanced UNIX/LINUX (LAB) TBA TBA NGUYEN, UYEN ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): CIS -018B-02Y: Hybrid class (half online instruction). Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:30 AM to 12:45 PM. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Please see the instructor's green sheet for details.

CIS 26A: C as a Second Programming Language

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (This course is intended for students who are competent in another programming language. Students may receive credit for either Computer Information Systems 15AG and 15BG, or Computer Information Systems 26A, but not both.) Prerequisite: An Introductory Programming Language course such as Computer Information Systems 14A. Course Description: An introduction to the C programming language and its applications. Topics covered include: basic input/output, structured program design and

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implementation, basic control structures and keywords, arrays and pointers, character and string manipulation, arithmetic expressions, and functions and program modularization.

GARBACEA, DELIAAT205 MANUELA 00446 CIS-026A-61 C as a Second Programming Language (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:05 PM Th GARBACEA, DELIAAT205 MANUELA 00446 CIS-026A-61 C as a Second Programming Language (LAB) 07:10 PM-08:25 PM Th GARBACEA, DELIAAT205 MANUELA Course Notes (Winter): CIS -026A-61: CIS 026A CANNOT substitute for CIS 15AG nor CIS 15BG. If you need to meet the requirements for a De Anza degree or certificate in which CIS 15AG and CIS 15BG are required, CIS 026A will NOT satisfy that requirement.

00446

CIS-026A-61

C as a Second Programming Language (CLAS)

06:00 PM-08:25 PM

T

CIS 29: Advanced C++ Programming

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Computer Information Systems 52G.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Computer Information Systems 27. Course Description: Advanced topics in C++ including: namespace, string and stringstream classes, cast operators, multiple inheritance, exception handling, compilation concepts, libraries, templates, the Standard Template Library and programming style.

30914 30914 30914

CIS-029.-61 CIS-029.-61 CIS-029.-61

Advanced C++ Programming (CLAS) Advanced C++ Programming (CLAS) Advanced C++ Programming (LAB)

06:00 PM-08:25 PM 06:00 PM-07:05 PM 07:10 PM-08:25 PM

M W W

LARKIN, GRANT LARKIN, GRANT LARKIN, GRANT

AT311 AT311 AT311

CIS 31: Operating System Concepts

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: Computer Information Systems 15BG and 21JA. Course Description: Concepts and use of operating systems: multiprogramming and multiprocessing systems; processes and threads, mutual exclusion, indefinite postponement, deadlocks; scheduling considerations and security management.

00448

CIS-031.-61

Operating System Concepts (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

LINN JR, ARTHUR

AT202

CIS 33A: Programming in PERL

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 18A; and Computer Information Systems 15BG or 26A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: A complete coverage of the core PERL language. Topics covered will include: basic loops and control structures, the elemental data types and operators, subroutines and variable scooping, regular expressions and text parsing, manipulation of files and directories, advanced list processing with grep and map, references, built-in functions and core modules, and advanced input/output including random-access files and formatting.

00449 00449 00449

CIS-033A-62 CIS-033A-62 CIS-033A-62

Programming in PERL (CLAS) Programming in PERL (CLAS) Programming in PERL (LAB)

06:00 PM-08:25 PM 06:00 PM-07:05 PM 07:10 PM-08:25 PM

T Th Th

OLDHAM, IRA OLDHAM, IRA OLDHAM, IRA

L75 L75 L75

CIS 33B: Advanced PERL Programming

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 15BG; or Computer Information Systems 26A and 33A. Course Description: Exploration of advanced topics from the core PERL distribution and essential non-core modules. Topics include reference-based data structures, object-oriented programming, connecting to SQL-based relational databases, non-relational database and file structures, process creation and management, and TCP/IP Client/Server programming.

30250 30250 30250

CIS-033B-61 CIS-033B-61 CIS-033B-61

Advanced PERL Programming (CLAS) Advanced PERL Programming (CLAS) Advanced PERL Programming (LAB)

06:00 PM-08:25 PM 06:00 PM-07:05 PM 07:10 PM-08:25 PM

M W W

STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M

L75 L75 L75

CIS 35A: Introduction to Java Programming

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 15BG or 26A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to JAVA programming, computing context, primitive types, flow of control constructs, operators, text I/O, objects and classes, interfaces, packages, GUI and exceptions.

LEE-KLAWENDER, AT312 CYNTHIA 00450 * CIS-035A-03Y Introduction to Java Programming (LAB) 04:00 PM-05:15 PM W LEE-KLAWENDER, AT312 CYNTHIA 00450 * CIS-035A-03Y Introduction to Java Programming (CLAS) TBA TBA LEE-KLAWENDER, ONLINE CYNTHIA Course Notes (Winter): CIS -035A-01Y: Hybrid class (33% on line instruction). Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 4:00-5:15 PM. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Please see the instructor's green sheet for details. Before attending this class, please review programming in C with the questions and exercises at http://voyager.deanza.edu/~cistest .

00450

* CIS-035A-03Y

Introduction to Java Programming (CLAS)

04:00 PM-05:15 PM

M

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30996 CIS-035A-61 Introduction to Java Programming (CLAS) 06:00 PM-08:25 PM M SINGH, SUKHJIT 30996 CIS-035A-61 Introduction to Java Programming (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:05 PM W SINGH, SUKHJIT 30996 CIS-035A-61 Introduction to Java Programming (LAB) 07:10 PM-08:25 PM W SINGH, SUKHJIT Course Notes (Winter): CIS -035A-61: Before attending this class, please review programming in C with the questions and exercises at http://voyager.deanza.edu/~cistest

AT205 AT205 AT205

CIS 35B: Advanced Java Programming

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 35A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Emphasis on foundation technologies in Java that enable you to write server side programs in Java. Concepts include inner classes, collections, exceptions, file I/O, reflections, cloning, swing, multi-threading and JavaBeans.

00453 00453 00453

CIS-035B-62 CIS-035B-62 CIS-035B-62

Advanced Java Programming (CLAS) Advanced Java Programming (CLAS) Advanced Java Programming (LAB)

06:00 PM-08:25 PM 06:00 PM-07:05 PM 07:10 PM-08:25 PM

T Th Th

SINGH, SUKHJIT SINGH, SUKHJIT SINGH, SUKHJIT

AT311 AT311 AT311

CIS 50: Introduction to Computers, Data Processing, and Applications

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Computer information systems (IS) basic terms and concepts. Important IS trends. Using systems development to build information systems. Survey of functions and components of an information system including applications software, systems software, telecommunications, networks, the Internet and Web. Social and organization issues.

Introduction to Computers, Data Processing, and Applications TBA TBA TAYLOR, VALERIE LC107 (TBA) Course Notes (Winter): CIS -050.-63Z Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on online orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance

30251

* CIS-050.-63Z

CIS 64A: Data Base Management Systems

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 15BG. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Rudiments of data base design, implementation and use. Basic understanding of various data modeling techniques. Overview and comparison of data base management systems. Emphasis on relational data bases; introduction to SQL.

30252 30252 30252

CIS-064A-61 CIS-064A-61 CIS-064A-61

Data Base Management Systems (CLAS) Data Base Management Systems (CLAS) Data Base Management Systems (LAB)

06:00 PM-08:25 PM 06:00 PM-07:05 PM 07:10 PM-08:25 PM

T Th Th

NGUYEN, TUAN NGUYEN, TUAN NGUYEN, TUAN

AT204 AT204 AT204

CIS 64B: Introduction to SQL

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 64A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to Oracle SQL (Structured Query Language), DML (Data Manipulation Language) processing techniques, DDL (Data Definition Language) techniques, selecting and sorting data, joins, SQL functions, Oracle objects, Oracle data processing concepts to maintain large database systems.

00455 * CIS-064B-63Z Introduction to SQL (CLAS) TBA TBA SINGH, SUKHJIT LC107 00455 * CIS-064B-63Z Introduction to SQL (LAB) TBA TBA SINGH, SUKHJIT LC107 Course Notes (Winter): CIS -064B-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CIS 67A: Local Area Networks

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: Computer Information Systems 66. Course Description: Fundamental concepts of Local Area Network architecture and protocols. Emphasis on basic concepts needed to design, configure, and implement Local Area Networks. Emphasis on the evolution of Fast Traditional Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, Ten-Gigabit Ethernet, ATM, and wireless LANs.

30462 * CIS-067A-63Z Local Area Networks (TBA) TBA TBA FOROUZAN, BEHROUZ LC107 Course Notes (Winter): CIS -067A-63Z: Televised course with online component. Available on local cable TV, video checkout, or video streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required.) Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu /distance/

CIS 79: Managing Technology Projects

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the theory and practice of the design and management of technology projects, including planning, performing, and monitoring of projects. Subjects explored are estimating costs and schedules, analyzing client expectations, guiding diverse groups of people toward a common goal, while earning a profit. Use of common software packages for project management.

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31127 * CIS-079.-63Z Managing Technology Projects (CLAS) TBA TBA GEORGIOU, SPERANTA ONLINE 31127 * CIS-079.-63Z Managing Technology Projects (LAB) TBA TBA GEORGIOU, SPERANTA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): CIS -079.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CIS 89A: Web Page Development

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Computer Information Systems 18A. Course Description: Fundamentals of Web page design and creation: designing, encoding, and maintaining pages on the World Wide Web using HTML/XHTML.

30253 * CIS-089A-63Z Web Page Development (CLAS) TBA TBA OLDHAM, IRA LC107 30253 * CIS-089A-63Z Web Page Development (LAB) TBA TBA OLDHAM, IRA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): CIS -089A-63Z: Online Course with on campus exams. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CIS 95A: Project Management - A Practicum

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Focus on your role as a Project Manager; selecting a project; selecting a team; documentation and tracking of a project using Project Manager Book of Knowledge (PMBOK) Theory.

30421 CIS-095A-55L Project Management - A Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-06:20 PM S SINGH, SUKHJIT 30421 CIS-095A-55L Project Management - A Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-06:20 PM S SINGH, SUKHJIT 30421 CIS-095A-55L Project Management - A Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-06:20 PM S SINGH, SUKHJIT 30421 CIS-095A-55L Project Management - A Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-06:20 PM S SINGH, SUKHJIT 30421 CIS-095A-55L Project Management - A Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-06:20 PM S SINGH, SUKHJIT 30421 CIS-095A-55L Project Management - A Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-06:20 PM S SINGH, SUKHJIT Course Notes (Winter): CIS -095A-55L: Class meets for six Saturdays, beginning Jan 14th, Jan 21st, Jan 28th, Feb 4th, Feb 11th and Feb 25th. No class meeting on Feb 18th.

AT312 AT312 AT312 AT312 AT312 AT312

CIS 95D: Managing Outsourcing - A Practicum

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Information Systems 95C or equivalent experience. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Learn to acquire goods and services from an outer organization using procurement and solicitation processes. Perform contract administration till completion and settlement of contract.

31128 CIS-095D-55L Managing Outsourcing - A Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): CIS -095D-55L: Class meets for 4 Sundays:Feb 26th, Mar 4th, Mar 11th and Mar 18th.

U

SINGH, SUKHJIT

AT312

CIS 98X: Internship, Business/Computer Systems Division

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours laboratory per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Accounting 98U-Z, Business 98U-Z, and Computer Applications and Office Systems 98U-Z. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Accounting 98U-Z, Business 98U-Z, Computer Applications and Office Systems 98U-Z, and Computer Information Systems 98U-Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for credit. During each internship, students will be placed at different employer locations, different working environments, and/or given different assignments within the same company or department--thus providing the students with various opportunities to learn different skills. Students may repeat the same internship location and working environment if the student, employer, and instructor believe it would provide the student with increased work experience.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Off-campus supervised experiential education/internship for Business/Computer Systems Division students in research or business office environments related to student's major. Practical application of knowledge, skills and abilities acquired in student's major. Opportunity for additional hands-on training. Exposure to varied corporate, state and federal protocols, methodologies and practices in a professional environment.

30212 * CIS-098X-63Z Internship, Business/Computer Systems Division (LAB) TBA TBA WEST, LINDA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): Students should NOT enroll in this course until they have applied and been ACCEPTED as an intern. Contact the FHDA Internship Program at 640 604-5560 or http://internships.fhda.edu on the FHDA Internship Program site for information and how to apply for an internship.

****** Career Life Planning

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

CLP 70: Self-Assessment

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $14.00 || Also Listed As: (Students may enroll in either Career Life Planning 70 or 75, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Examine the decision-making process by exploring theories in career development and other factors such as familial, social, and cultural issues that influence career and lifestyle choices. Utilize self-assessment inventories to identify individual interests, values, skills, and personality types as they relate to career/college major options. Become familiar with career development software, related technology and develop skills to enhance the job search process.

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31002 + CLP-070.-01D Self-Assessment (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh CORTEZ, ALICIA Course Notes (Winter): CLP -070.-01D: Learning Community Course: Requires concurrent enrollment in EWRT 001A.18D. For more information, please call (408) 864-8365. www.deanza.edu/linc

S71

30389 * CLP-070.-63Z Self-Assessment (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF, M LCW26 Course Notes (Winter): CLP -070.-63Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30549 * CLP-070.-65Z Self-Assessment (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM Th STAFF, M S56 30549 * CLP-070.-65Z Self-Assessment (TBA) TBA TBA TBA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): CLP -070.-65Z Online course with required weekly on-campus attendance. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

CLP 75: College Major and Career Options

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $14.00 || Also Listed As: (Students may enroll in either Career Life Planning 70 or 75, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Identify your compatible college majors and career options by completing a variety of self-assessment inventories. Examine how individual, family, social, and cultural perspectives influence the college major and career decision-making process. Review college major and career myths, the purpose and structure of higher education, and organizational structures found in employment settings.

31092 CLP-075.-55 College Major and Career Options (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): CLP -75.55: Class meets six weeks beginning February 20 Th.

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

STAFF, M

G10

****** Counseling

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

COUN 200: Orientation to College

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for each unit of credit (24 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $8.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Counseling 100 and 100X respectively.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: An orientation to De Anza College that includes programs, services, policies, degrees, certificates, transfer requirements, and college culture. Focus will be on strategies needed for academic success and the development of a two quarter Educational Plan.

31143 COUN-200.-55 Orientation to College (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): COUN 200.55 Class meets six weeks beginning Monday, January 9Th. 31144 COUN-200.-56 Orientation to College (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): COUN 200.56: Class meets six weeks beginning January 11 Th. 10:30 AM-12:20 PM

M

STAFF, M

G10

W

STAFF, M

G10

31156 * COUN-200.-63Z Orientation to College (CLAS) TBA TBA STAFF, M LC107 31156 * COUN-200.-63Z Orientation to College (LAB) TBA TBA TBA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): COUN 200.63Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

****** Dance

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

DANC 22: Body Awareness and Conditioning for Dancers

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 22. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 22 and Physical Education 22 may be taken up to three times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Principles of dance and conditioning through floor work derived from ballet, contemporary dance and other psycho-physical disciplines. Topics may include but are not limited to: body mechanics, muscle groups critical to dance, flexibility, alignment, self assessment, dance injury prevention, and strengthening the mind-body connection.

00507 DANC-022.-01 Body Awareness and Conditioning for Dancers (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh SHAW, JANET PE11U Course Notes (Winter): DANC-022.-01: Conditioning, plus a greater understanding of how muscles stretch and contract, athletic and dance injury prevention, and structural limitations for movement.

DANC 22K: Theory and Technique of Ballet I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 22K. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 22K and 22L, and Physical Education 22K and 22L may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Dance 22 or Physical Education 22. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of classical ballet, including the development of elementary movement techniques, a working ballet vocabulary, exposure to great works and artists from a global perspective, theory and practice of barre and center floor exercises.

00508 DANC-022K-01 Theory and Technique of Ballet I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): DANC-022K-01: Equivalent to Level I technique 31034 DANC-022K-02 Theory and Technique of Ballet I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): DANC-022K-02: Equivalent to Level I technique

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

LUCAS, WARREN

PE11U

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

LUCAS, WARREN

PE11U

DANC 23A: Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 23A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 23A and 23B, and Physical Education 23A and 23B may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of contemporary dance. Student will be exposed to a basic movement theory, technique and repertoire from global artists.

00509

Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): DANC-023A-01: Equivalent to Level I technique. 00510 Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): DANC-023A-02: Equivalent to Level I technique DANC-023A-02

DANC-023A-01

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

LUCAS, WARREN

PE11U

01:30 PM-02:20 PM

TTh

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

DANC 23L: Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance)

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 23L. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 23L and 23M, and Physical Education 23L and 23M may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An Introduction to the discipline of creative arts through hip-hop dance with an integrated fitness approach that focuses on developing the stabilization muscles of the center of the body. Concentration will be on muscles of the torso, back, hips, inner and outer thighs, chest and abdominals will be used in conjunction with breathing, posture, and muscle awareness. Exposure to great works and artists of the field. Development of a working hip-hop dance vocabulary. Theory and practice of basic technique.

00511

DANC-023L-01

Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS) Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS) Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS) Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS) Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS)

02:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

00512

DANC-023L-02

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

TTh

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

00513

DANC-023L-03

02:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

00514

DANC-023L-04

03:30 PM-04:20 PM

MW

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

31036

DANC-023L-61

05:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

DANC 24A: Theory and Technique of Social Dance I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 24A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 24A, 24B and 24C, and Physical Education 24A, 24B and 24C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of social dance. Exposure to basic forms of social dance in a ballroom context. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional social dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles.

00517 DANC-024A-01 Theory and Technique of Social Dance I (CLAS) 03:30 PM-04:20 PM MW BASILE, MARIA VPA115 Course Notes (Winter): DANC-024A-01: Social Dance in a ballroom context. Entry-level technique. Students will learn to tango, rhumba, lindy hop, hustle, foxtrot, and nite club 2-step. 31037 DANC-024A-61 Theory and Technique of Social Dance I (CLAS) 07:30 PM-09:20 PM M GALLEGOS, VERNON VPA115 Course Notes (Winter): DANC-024A-61: Social Dance in a ballroom context. Entry-level technique. Students will learn to tango, rhumba, lindy hop, hustle, foxtrot, and nite club 2-step.

DANC 24B: Theory and Technique of Social Dance II

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 24B. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 24A, 24B and 24C, and Physical Education 24A, 24B and 24C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of social dance, part two. Exposure to basic forms of social dance in a ballroom context. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional social dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance.

00519 DANC-024B-61 Theory and Technique of Social Dance II (CLAS) 07:30 PM-09:20 PM W GALLEGOS, VERNON VPA115 Course Notes (Winter): DANC-024B-61: Social Dance in a ballroom context. Entry-level technique. Students will learn to salsa, West Coast swing, cha cha cha, foxtrot, waltz, and nite club 2-step.

DANC 24C: Theory and Technique of Social Dance III

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 24C. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 24A, 24B and 24C, and Physical Education 24A, 24B and 24C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: The art of social dance at the advanced level. Expanded exposure to basic forms of social dance in a ballroom context. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional social dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles.

00520 DANC-024C-61 Theory and Technique of Social Dance III (CLAS) 07:30 PM-09:20 PM W GALLEGOS, VERNON VPA115 Course Notes (Winter): DANC-024C-61: Social Dance in a ballroom context. Experienced-level technique (Social Dance I and II levels required or equivalent). Students will learn to tango, rhumba, salsa, and west coast swing.

DANC 25A: Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 25A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 25A and Physical Education 25A may be taken up to three times for credit as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of salsa dance. Exposure to basic forms of social dance in a salsa dance context. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional salsa dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles.

00521 DANC-025A-01L Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance I (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM F GALLEGOS, VERNON PE11U Course Notes (Winter): DANC-025A-01L: Salsa Dance. This course provides students with the opportunity to learn the art of this exciting dance craze sweeping dance clubs throughout the world.

DANC 27D: Dance Workshop (Student Productions, the De Anza Dancers)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for each unit of credit (24 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 27A, 27B, 27C and 27D may be taken up to three times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: An introduction to the basic techniques of dance production and performance.

00522

Dance Workshop (Student Productions, the De Anza Dancers) 02:30 PM-06:20 PM TTh LUCAS, WARREN VPA115 (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): DANC-027D-01: Dance and Theatre students will have the opportunity to perform in our Winter Concert, held in the Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC).

DANC-027D-01

DANC 37A: Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 37A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 37A and 37B, and Physical Education 37A and 37B may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of jazz dance. Body conditioning, exposure to the history of major international influences, artists, and works. The development of a working vocabulary; and practice of basic techniques.

00523 DANC-037A-01 Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): DANC-037A-01: Equivalent to Level I technique.

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

LUCAS, WARREN

PE11U

DANC 38A: Appreciation of Dance

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A study of dance as a cultural phenomenon, form of communication, socialization, recreation, artistic expression, and entertainment, exploring the history, traditions and works of outstanding artists.

00525

DANC-038A-01

Appreciation of Dance (CLAS)

02:30 PM-04:20 PM

MW

LUCAS, WARREN

A11

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CRN

Course

Title

Time

Days

Instructor

Location

E S 1: Introduction to Environmental Studies

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An interdisciplinary study of the use of the earth's natural resources by human civilizations, past and present, and the role that economics, ethics, law, history, politics, culture and gender inequity have played in resource use and distribution. (One field trip may be required outside of class time.)

00526 E S-001.-01 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -001.-01: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course. 00528 E S-001.-02 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -001.-02: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course. 00530 E S-001.-03 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -001.-02: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course. 30359 E S-001.-04 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -001.-04: Field trips outside scheduled class time will be required for this course. 00536 E S-001.-61 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -001.-61: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course.

MW

DE TORO, ALICIA

KC115

MW

CORNELY, PATRICIA

KC112

MW

POFFENROTH, MARY

KC115

TTh

STAUDINGER, JEFFERY

KC113

W

CLARK, JANA

KC239

30360 * E S-001.-63Z Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) TBA TBA CORNELY, PATRICIA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -001.-63Z: Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 31166 * E S-001.-65Z Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) TBA TBA CORNELY, PATRICIA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -001.-65Z: This 6-week course begins February 21. Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

E S 2: Humans, the Environment, and Sustainability

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Environmental Studies 52.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A study of human evolution, biology and ecology, including human civilizations, past and present, and the interaction with the environment. Environmental worldviews (ethics), past and present, of the various cultural, ethnic, gender and socioeconomic groups will be explored. (One field trip may be required outside of class time.)

00538 ^ E S-002.-01S Humans, the Environment, and Sustainability (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW SULLIVAN, KRISTIN KC113 Course Notes (Winter): E S -002.-01S: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course. Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. www.deanza.edu/communityengagement 30934 ^ E S-002.-02S Humans, the Environment, and Sustainability (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM T SULLIVAN, KRISTIN KC115 Course Notes (Winter): E S -002.-02S: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course. Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. www.deanza.edu/communityengagement

E S 3: Imagery of the Environment

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Environmental Studies 53.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the academic discipline of Environmental Studies through historical and contemporary analysis of nature-based imagery. What those representations indicate about past and present environmental changes will be discussed. Roles of the artist as naturalist, scientist and conservationist will be explored, as well as visual representation by a diverse range of cultural groups. (One field trip outside of class may be required for this course.)

00539 E S-003.-01 Imagery of the Environment (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -003.-01: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course. 00540 E S-003.-02 Imagery of the Environment (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -003.-02: Field trips outside of class time will be required for this class. 30937 E S-003.-03 Imagery of the Environment (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -003.-03: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course.

MW

JENNINGS, VICKI

KC239

TTh

JENNINGS, VICKI

KC239

TTh

JENNINGS, VICKI

KC239

E S 58: Introduction to Green Building

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: An overview of strategies to implement a green building project within your organization. The strategies include model green building policy and guidelines including LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), assembling a green team, assessing the impact of construction and buildings on society, and an overview of key stakeholders in the construction field.

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30938 E S-058.-55 Introduction to Green Building (CLAS) 10:30 AM-04:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -058.-55L: Class meets one weekend, Saturday, March 10 and Sunday, March 11.

SU

DEPPEN, DAVID

KC115

E S 61A: Environmental Protection and Pollution Prevention with Emphasis on Local and Regional Communities

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Environmental Studies 6 (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Explores environmental protection and pollution prevention with emphasis on local and regional communities. Topics discussed will include agency missions and guiding principles, agency philosophies, and agency contacts. Agencies participating include Cal/OSHA, County Toxics Enforcement, EPA, Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Environmental impacts on cultural, ethnic, and gender groups will be discussed.

00543

Environmental Protection and Pollution Prevention with 05:30 PM-09:20 PM Emphasis on Local and Regional Communities (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): E S -061A-61: Field trips outside of class maybe required for this course.

E S-061A-61

M

STAUDINGER, JEFFERY

KC113

E S 62A: Introduction to ISO 14001 and Sustainability Management Plans (SMP)

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Explores the emerging field of voluntary compliance of environmental regulation including sustainability management plans (SMP), in the U.S. and abroad. Assess ISO 14001, a voluntary environmental standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), as a strategy to minimize an organization's environmental impact.

00544

Introduction to ISO 14001 and Sustainability Management Plans TBA TBA STAUDINGER, JEFFERY ONLINE (SMP) (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): E S -062A-63Z: Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

* E S-062A-63Z

E S 62B: ISO 14001: Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and Sustainability Management Plans (SMP)

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: The next step in ISO 14001 implementation is the development of an Environmental Management System (EMS) and Sustainability Management Plans (SMP). Explore a step-by-step approach, using a consensus-based model, to develop an ISO 14001 EMS and SMP.

00545

ISO 14001: Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and TBA TBA STAUDINGER, JEFFERY ONLINE Sustainability Management Plans (SMP) (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): E S -062B-63Z: Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

* E S-062B-63Z

E S 62C: ISO 14001: Integration of an Environmental Management System (EMS) and Sustainability Management Plan (SMP)

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Explores strategies and principles in the adoption, implementation and integration of an ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) and Sustainability Management Plan (SMP) for an organization including both internal and external stakeholders in environmental management.

ISO 14001: Integration of an Environmental Management TBA TBA STAUDINGER, JEFFERY ONLINE System (EMS) and Sustainability Management Plan (SMP) (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): E S -062C-63Z: Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

00546

* E S-062C-63Z

E S 62D: ISO 14001: Voluntary Audit

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Explores strategies and procedures utilized in the process of voluntary audits of an ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS)and a Sustainability Management Plan (SMP) by an organization.

00547 * E S-062D-63Z ISO 14001: Voluntary Audit (CLAS) TBA TBA STAUDINGER, JEFFERY ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -062D-63Z: Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

E S 64: AB 32 (CA Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006)

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: An overview of California's Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, AB 32. The course also includes an overview of strategies to implement this act within an organization and a look at the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by three percent per year.

30942 E S-064.-95 AB 32 (CA Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006) (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM Th SULLIVAN, MARK Course Notes (Winter): E S -064.-95: This six week class meets 6 Thursdays, January 19 to February 23. Field trips may be required for this class.

KC113

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E S 65: Environmental Stewardship

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Explores the role of environmental citizenship including personal responsibility and participation in local environmental case studies along the 37th parallel. Develop an understanding of environmental stewardship principles, including those of other cultural, ethnic and gender groups, and the use of such practices in establishing common ground for community-based decision-making.

30997 E S-065.-55 Environmental Stewardship (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -065.-55: This class meets for 6 weeks beginning January 10 through February 14.

T

CORNELY, PATRICIA

KC113

E S 66: Environmental Leadership

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Explores the role of environmental leadership in the 21st Century, including development and implementation of leadership skills and models. Apply those leadership skills and models developed to address local environmental case studies.

30998 E S-066.-55 Environmental Leadership (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): E S -066.-55: This class meets for 6 weeks beginning February 21 through March 30.

T

DE TORO, ALICIA

KC113

E S 69: Energy Reliability and Your Organization

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An overview of strategies to assist in preparing an energy management action plan for your organization and staff. The strategies include model board policy, administrative guidelines, assembling an energy management action team, assessing the impact of energy policy on society, and an overview of key stakeholders in the energy field. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.)

31158 * E S-069.-63Z Energy Reliability and Your Organization (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -069.-63Z: video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance 31168 * E S-069.-65Z Energy Reliability and Your Organization (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -069.-65Z: This 6 week course starts the week of February 21. Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available videostreamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

E S 70: Introduction to Energy Management Technology

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An overview of the field of Energy Management and its importance in today's society, including future implications, and discussion of careers and impact on modern culture and society. This module introduces the whole building concept and related energy and conservation issues including the building envelope, HVAC systems, lighting, energy management and controls and renewable energy technologies. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.)

31159 * E S-070.-63Z Introduction to Energy Management Technology (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -070.-63Z: video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance 31169 * E S-070.-65Z Introduction to Energy Management Technology (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -070.-65Z: This 6 week course starts the week of February 21. Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available videostreamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

E S 70LX: Energy Management Technology and Principles of Building Performance Laboratory

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Environmental Studies 70 (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Examines Energy Management Technology and the importance and applications of building performance, controls and monitoring using the Kirsch and campus-wide lab setting. This module introduces building performance tools and equipment, energy audit technology, and an overview of the whole building concept and related energy and conservation strategies. (Out-of-class field trips will be required for this course.)

30941

E S-70LX-95

Energy Management Technology and Principles of Building Performance Laboratory (LAB)

05:30 PM-08:20 PM

Th

GOULD, M

KC239

E S 71: The Building Envelope

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the building shell as the primary physical component of any facility which controls energy flow between the interior and exterior of the building. The goal is to develop a qualitative and analytical understanding of the thermal performance of major building envelope components. Topics include walls, doors, glazing (windows), roofing and building skin as well as climatic responsive building design. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.)

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31160 * E S-071.-63Z The Building Envelope (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -071.-63Z: video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance 31170 * E S-071.-65Z The Building Envelope (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -071.-65Z: This 6 week course starts the week of February 21. Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available videostreamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

E S 72: Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to HVAC systems, the systems that provide heating, cooling, humidity control, filtration, and comfort control to facilities. Examines various HVAC systems and their interrelationship with other building systems. Students will consider HVAC technologies that can help facilities managers achieve the goals of lowering energy costs, becoming more environmentally friendly, and enhancing indoor air quality. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.)

30939

Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems 05:30 PM-08:20 PM T HOLMAN, RICHARD (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): E S -072.-95: This class meets four Tuesdays, January 10, 17, 24 and 31. Field trips may be required for this course.

E S-072.-95

KC113

E S 73: Electric Motors and Drives

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Examines the opportunities for lowering energy consumption through energy-efficient motors and motor controls, including an introduction to the technology of high efficiency motors and variable frequency drives. Techniques to increase current carrying capacity, improve voltage to equipment, reduce power losses, and lower electric bills will be discussed. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.)

30940 E S-073.-95 Electric Motors and Drives (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM T HOLMAN, RICHARD Course Notes (Winter): E S -073.-95: This class meets four Tuesdays, February 7, 14, 21 and 28. Field trips may be required for this course.

KC113

E S 74: Lighting Distribution Systems

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Provides an introduction to the fundamentals of lighting and energy management lighting techniques. Discusses the different types of lighting and day-lighting applications used in commercial and institutional buildings, while describing the quality and quantity of lighting needed for certain applications, measuring efficiency, color rendering, ballasts, etc. Lighting design that provides visual comfort at lower energy costs will be emphasized. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.)

31161 * E S-074.-63Z Lighting Distribution Systems (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -074.-63Z: video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance 31171 * E S-074.-65Z Lighting Distribution Systems (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -074.-65Z: This 6 week course starts the week of February 21. Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available videostreamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

E S 75: Electric Power Systems

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to electric power systems, focusing on distribution components such as transformers, switch-gear, distribution panels, and wiring. Power systems analysis, preventive maintenance, and record keeping techniques will be discussed. Emphasis will be placed on opportunities within a facility's distribution system to save energy, increase equipment life, and reduce unscheduled outages. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.)

31162 * E S-075.-63Z Electric Power Systems (CLAS) TBA TBA TBA KC239 Course Notes (Winter): E S -075.-63Z: video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance 31172 * E S-075.-65Z Electric Power Systems (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -075.-65Z: This 6 week course starts the week of February 21. Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available videostreamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

E S 77X: Special Projects in Environmental Studies

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Environmental Studies 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual research in environmental studies. Specific projects determined on consultation with the instructor. Outside reading and written report required.

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00560 E S-077X-65R Special Projects in Environmental Studies (LAB) TBA TBA CORNELY, PATRICIA Course Notes (Winter): E S -077X-65R: This class requires approval by E S Dept. faculty. For course information, please contact Pat Cornely, Room KC218, (408) 864-8628.

KC239

E S 77Y: Special Projects in Environmental Studies

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Environmental Studies 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual research in environmental studies. Specific projects determined on consultation with the instructor. Outside reading and written report required.

00561 E S-077Y-65R Special Projects in Environmental Studies (LAB) TBA TBA CORNELY, PATRICIA Course Notes (Winter): E S -077Y-65R: This class requires approval by E S Dept. faculty. For course information, please contact Pat Cornely, Room KC218, (408) 864-8628.

KC239

E S 77Z: Special Projects in Environmental Studies

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Environmental Studies 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual research in environmental studies. Specific projects determined on consultation with the instructor. Outside reading and written report required.

00562 E S-077Z-65R Special Projects in Environmental Studies (LAB) TBA TBA CORNELY, PATRICIA Course Notes (Winter): E S -077Z-65R: This class requires approval by E S Dept. faculty. For course information, please contact Pat Cornely, Room KC218, (408) 864-8628.

KC239

E S 78: Energy Management Systems and Controls

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Describes the most commonly used controls and energy management systems in commercial and institutional applications. Topics will include complex automatic systems for major energy-consuming equipment, as well as simple controls, including time clocks, occupancy sensors, photocells, and programmable thermostats. Computer-based energy management systems, as well as control systems to reduce peak electrical demand will be discussed. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.)

31163 * E S-078.-63Z Energy Management Systems and Controls (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -078.-63Z: video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance 31173 * E S-078.-65Z Energy Management Systems and Controls (CLAS) TBA TBA ROEDER, WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -078.-65Z: This 6 week course starts the week of February 21. Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available videostreamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

E S 79: Renewable and Alternative Energy Systems

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the potential for renewable and alternative energy systems when adding power generation capacity for a site or large facility. Life-cycle cost comparisons between renewable energy systems and conventional power generation and the added potential of reducing peak power demand will be emphasized. Topics include photovoltaic power systems, wind energy systems, and fuel cells. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.)

30943 E S-079.-95 Renewable and Alternative Energy Systems (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM T GOULD, M Course Notes (Winter): E S -079.-95: This class meets four Tuesdays, March 6, 13, 20 and 27. Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course.

KC239

E S 95: Introduction to Environmental Careers

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Learn about saving the planet through environmental careers, including ecosystem management, restoration ecology, corridors ecology, energy management technology, environmental stewardship, environmental education, watershed management, environmental law, pollution prevention and more. Opportunities for internships and employment in business, industry, public agencies, academia and nonprofit agencies will be explored. Students will prepare an academic plan for their two- or four-year degree, certificate or workplace.

00568 * E S-095.-63Z Introduction to Environmental Careers (CLAS) TBA TBA CORNELY, PATRICIA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -095.63Z: Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available video streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 31167 * E S-095.-65Z Introduction to Environmental Careers (CLAS) TBA TBA CORNELY, PATRICIA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): E S -070.-65Z: This 6 week course starts the week of February 21. Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus exam. Available videostreamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

E S 95A: Environmental Studies Internship

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273.

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Course Description: A work experience internship seminar. The seminar will prepare student interns for internships in business, industry or government related to the student's field of study. The internship must occur during the last year of study prior to completion of a degree or certificate program.

31109 E S-095A-01 Environmental Studies Internship (CLAS) 03:30 PM-04:20 PM Th CORNELY, PATRICIA KC201 Course Notes (Winter): E S -095A-01: Internship class requires approval by E.S. department faculty. Please contact Pat Cornely at (408) 864-8628 Room KC218 (Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies).

E S 95B: Environmental Studies Internship

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A work experience internship seminar. The seminar will prepare student interns for internships in business, industry or government related to the student's field of study. The internship must occur during the last year of study prior to completion of a degree or certificate program.

00570 E S-095B-61 Environmental Studies Internship (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM Th CORNELY, PATRICIA KC201 Course Notes (Winter): E S -095B-61: Internship class requires approval by E.S. department faculty. Please contact Pat Cornely at (408) 864-8628 Room KC218 (Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies).

E S 95D: Environmental Studies Internship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A work experience internship seminar. The seminar will prepare student interns for internships in business, industry or government related to the student's field of study. The internship must occur during the last year of study prior to completion of a degree or certificate program.

00573 E S-095D-55 Environmental Studies Internship (CLAS) TBA TBA CORNELY, PATRICIA KC201 Course Notes (Winter): E S -095D-55: Internship class requires approval by E.S. department faculty. Please contact Pat Cornely at (408) 864-8628 Room KC218 (Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies).

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CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ECON 1: Principles of Macroeconomics

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to macroeconomics. Topics covered will include recessions and inflation, national income accounting, money and the banking system, money and the price level, classical macro theory, Keynesian macro theory, monetary and fiscal policy, and international trade.

00574 00576 00577 30358 00580 30008 00581 00582

ECON-001.-01 ECON-001.-02 ECON-001.-03 ECON-001.-04 ECON-001.-05 ECON-001.-06 ECON-001.-07 ECON-001.-08

Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 04:00 PM-05:50 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh TTh MW MW TTh

SOBALA, JOANNA SOBALA, JOANNA THOMAS, MONIKA THOMAS, MONIKA SINGH, RAVJEET SINGH, RAVJEET UY-BARRETA, DON MACK, ROGER

S55 S56 S55 S55 S56 S56 S55 S55

00584 ECON-001.-62 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh ANDERSON, CHARLES S55 Course Notes (Winter): ECON001.-62: "Students taking this class are required to register with MyEconLab which provides homework assignments that count 10% towards the final grade and a complete online edition of the textbook. MyEconLab is compatible with PCs and Macs with Parallel Windows." 30266 ECON-001.-63 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 08:30 PM-10:20 PM TTh BLOHM, STEPHEN G1

00585 * ECON-001.-63Z Principles of Macroeconomics (TBA) TBA TBA BURNS, ELIZABETH LC107 Course Notes (Winter): ECON-001.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ . 00586 ECON-001.-64 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 08:30 PM-10:20 PM MW ZILL, STEPHEN S55

ECON 2: Principles of Microeconomics

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Examines fundamental microeconomic issues; the allocation of resources and the production function, pricing of output and factors of production; the

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distribution of wealth and income; consumer motivations and behavior; the nature and behavior of business firms and markets under various degrees of competition; current problems.

00588 00590

ECON-002.-01 ECON-002.-02

Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh

PERERA, MANISHA PERERA, MANISHA SINGH, RAVJEET

S55 S56 S55

00591 ECON-002.-03 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): ECON-002.-03: Adjunct course (Skills 232) may be available. 00593 00594 00595 00596 00597 00598 00599 00600 ECON-002.-04 ECON-002.-05 ECON-002.-06 ECON-002.-07 ECON-002.-08 ECON-002.-09 ECON-002.-09L ECON-002.-61 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 04:00 PM-05:50 PM 08:30 AM-12:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW TTh TTh F MW

SINGH, RAVJEET BULL, MICHAEL BULL, MICHAEL BULL, MICHAEL MACK, ROGER ANDERSON, CHARLES BRADY, JOHN ZILL, STEPHEN

S56 S56 S56 S55 S55 S56 S55 S55

00602 ECON-002.-62 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh BLOHM, STEPHEN G1 Course Notes (Winter): ECON002.-62: "Students taking this class are required to register with MyEconLab which provides homework assignments that count 10% towards the final grade and a complete online edition of the textbook. MyEconLab is compatible with PCs and Macs with Parallel Windows." 00603 * ECON-002.-63Z Principles of Microeconomics (TBA) TBA TBA BURNS, ELIZABETH LC107 Course Notes (Winter): ECON-002.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ .

ECON 78J: Economic Issues in Today's World

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture for the three unit course (36 hours total per quarter); four hours lecture for the four unit course (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Economics 40I and 40J respectively.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5 ; Economics 1 or 2. Course Description: Basic economic analysis of current economic issues. Each topic studied is selected according to its currency and relevance to analysis. Examines fundamental economics issues within the context of current socio-political activity within the local or national economic environment. By learning the economic way of thinking, our students develop the ability to analyze complex, often ill-defined problems, and to think strategically about both intended and unintended consequences. The study of Economics develops a student's ability to organize thoughts, analyze complex issues, and to make clear and persuasive recommendations. These skills explain why economics majors score higher on law school admissions tests than other majors, and receive among the highest starting salaries. Recent classes have involved experimental economic techniques and their application to the understanding and testing of theory; the changing European economic community; liberal, conservative and radical perspectives on current economic policy; the restructuring of the California and United States economy; public finance options for local, state and federal government units; the use of simulations and modeling in economic analysis; political economy; and, experimental and behavioral economic theories and practices.

31012

ECON-078J-61

Economic Issues in Today's World (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

T

MACK, ROGER

S56

****** English/Literature

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ELIT 1: Introduction to Film

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Film/Television 1. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the international art of cinema through the techniques and procedures of filmmaking, including screenwriting, cinematography, directing, editing, and sound; through the formal properties of film, such as mise-en-scene, structure, and style; through the relationships between film and society, and through the critical analysis of works of film art.

00607 00608 00610 00611

ELIT-001.-01 ELIT-001.-02 ELIT-001.-03 ELIT-001.-61

Introduction to Film (CLAS) Introduction to Film (CLAS) Introduction to Film (CLAS) Introduction to Film (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM 02:30 PM-06:20 PM 12:30 PM-04:20 PM 05:30 PM-09:20 PM

M T Th W

TAVERNETTI, SUSAN LOVELL, GLENN GOLDMAN, BARAK MCNAMARA, MARTIN

AT120 AT120 AT120 AT120

ELIT 5: Film Artists

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Film/Television 43. Students may enroll in either

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department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of English Literature 5 and Film/Television 43 may be taken up to three times for credit as long as the topic matter is different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Analysis of the works of specific film artists, such as directors, Alfred Hitchcock or Orson Welles; or analysis of the works of artists practicing a specific film craft, such as screenwriting, acting, cinematography or editing. The topic studied changes each quarter (see subtitle in the quarterly schedule of classes).

30956 ELIT-005.-01 Film Artists (CLAS) 12:30 PM-04:20 PM W MCNAMARA, MARTIN AT120 Course Notes (Winter): ELIT-005.-01: Film Artists (Alfred Hitchcock). A survey of the finest films directed by the grand master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, often credited with almost single-handedly inventing the thriller genre. Mixing classics like "The 39 Steps," "Notorious," "Strangers on a Train," "Rear Window" and "Psycho" with lesser known gems, we will identify Hitchcock's recurring themes, narrative patterns and stylistic devices and analyze his portrayals of ethnicity, gender and sexual preference in the context of their historical periods.

ELIT 10: Introduction to Fiction

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Intensive study of fiction; reading, discussion and analysis of structure and meaning in selected novels and short stories.

00616 30223

ELIT-010.-01 ELIT-010.-02

Introduction to Fiction (CLAS) Introduction to Fiction (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MTWTh MW

LIMCOLIOC, LUIS DICKSON, RYAN

SEM2 SEM2

ELIT 11: Introduction to Poetry

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Intensive study of poetry; reading, discussion, and analysis of structure and meaning in selected poems.

00617

ELIT-011.-01

Introduction to Poetry (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

HEARN, LYDIA

L36

ELIT 17: Introduction to Shakespeare

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Analysis of representative Shakespearean sonnets, histories, tragedies, and comedies, placed within the literary and social context of the Renaissance as well as the context of contemporary culture.

00621

ELIT-017.-01

Introduction to Shakespeare (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

DENNY, DAVID

MCC-13

ELIT 19: Introduction to the Bible as Literature

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the study of the Bible, in English, from a literary, cultural, and historical point of view, with consideration of its influence on our culture. Selected readings from Hebrew Bible, Greek New Testament, and Apocrypha.

31029 * ELIT-019.-01Y Introduction to the Bible as Literature (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MW DELANEY, ANTHONY SEM2 31029 * ELIT-019.-01Y Introduction to the Bible as Literature (CLAS) TBA TBA DELANEY, ANTHONY ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): ELIT-D019-01Y: This is a Hybrid Distance Learning course which will meet TWO days per week in class while the rest of the week's scheduled work will be completed online. This class meets physically on Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:30pm-1:20pm. The scheduled, online work will be completed through Catalyst, an online learning management system. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. The instructor is available during class, on campus office hours (see Greensheet), and online Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30pm-1:20pm. For more information about Distance Learning, go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ . To find out if Distance Learning is right for you, go to: http://www.deanza.edu/distance/dlcquestionnaire.html

ELIT 21: Women in Literature

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Women's Studies 21. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Intensive study of representative literary works by or about women including an analysis of different historical, cultural, and critical perspectives.

31030 ^ ELIT-021.-01S Women in Literature (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh CORONADO, MARC L46 Course Notes (Winter): ELIT-021.-01S: This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements.

ELIT 22: Mythology and Folklore

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An intercultural survey of prehistoric, historic, and contemporary world mythology and folklore which examines the relationship between a culture's myths and folktales and its art, literature, and social values.

00622

ELIT-022.-01

Mythology and Folklore (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

HUBBARD, JUDITH

MQ-3

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ELIT 25: Introduction to Linguistics

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Linguistics 1. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introduction to the nature of language. Origin and development of spoken and written languages, how people learn languages, and how languages change, with emphasis on the history of English. Basics of linguistic description including systems of phonetics and phonology, semantics, morphology and syntax. Study of general linguistic principles as they apply across languages.

00624 ELIT-025.-01 Introduction to Linguistics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): ELIT-025.-01: Also listed as LING001-01.

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWTh

HENZL, VERA

L31

ELIT 39: Contemporary Literature

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Critical examination of representative, contemporary literary works of the post-WWII period, with emphasis on more recent works and intercultural offerings. Attention to key trends, styles, and issues in a global context.

30224

ELIT-039.-01

Contemporary Literature (CLAS)

04:00 PM-05:50 PM

TTh

SARTWELL, JULIE

SEM2

ELIT 46B: Major British Writers (Neo-Classical and Romantic)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; or consent of the instructor. Course Description: Reading and critical response to representative works by major writers such as Pope, Behn, Swift, Johnson, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Percy and Mary Godwin Shelley, Keats, Austen, Montagu, and the Bronte sisters.

00626

ELIT-046B-01

Major British Writers (Neo-Classical and Romantic) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

PESANO, JULIE

SEM2

ELIT 48B: Major American Writers (the Advent of Realism, 1865-1914)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Reading and critical analysis of representative works by major writers such as Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Mark Twain, Henry James, William Dean Howells, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Charles Chesnutt, Mary Wilkins Freeman, Kate Chopin, Stephen Crane, Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. DuBois, Black Elk, and Robert Frost.

00628

ELIT-048B-01

Major American Writers (the Advent of Realism, 1865-1914) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

ROBERTS, BECKY

SEM2

****** Engineering

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ENGR 10: Introduction to Engineering

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture, five hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: An introduction to engineering design through a variety of projects, including experimentation, data analysis, and development of computer skills. Exposure to several engineering disciplines through problem solving for the purpose of providing information to assist students in a choice of major.

00630 00630 00630 00631 00631

ENGR-010.-01 ENGR-010.-01 ENGR-010.-01 ENGR-010.-61 ENGR-010.-61

Introduction to Engineering (CLAS) Introduction to Engineering (LAB) Introduction to Engineering (LAB) Introduction to Engineering (CLAS) Introduction to Engineering (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 06:30 PM-07:45 PM 07:45 PM-10:00 PM

MTW MTW Th MW MW

KRESTAS, GEORGE KRESTAS, GEORGE KRESTAS, GEORGE KRESTAS, GEORGE KRESTAS, GEORGE

S48 S48 S48 S48 S48

ENGR 35: Statics

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Engineering 10; Mathematics 1B; Physics 4A. Course Description: Principles of statics as applied to particles and rigid bodies in two and three dimensions. Vector solutions for concentrated and distributed loads. Determination of centroids and moments of inertia and the effects of dry friction. Programming computer solutions.

31072 31072

ENGR-035.-01 ENGR-035.-01

Statics (CLAS) Statics (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-04:20 PM

MTW T

STAFF, M STAFF, M

S48 S48

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ENGR 37: Introduction to Circuit Analysis

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Mathematics 1D; Physics 4B (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Introduction to the analysis of lumped, linear, bilateral circuits. Basic equations, elementary network differential equations; natural and forced response of simple circuits. Development of steady state sinusoidal circuit analysis for the network differential equations.

00632

ENGR-037.-61

Introduction to Circuit Analysis (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

KRESTAS, GEORGE

S48

****** Environmental Science

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ESCI 1: Environmental Science

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Environmental Science 51.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to environmental science as a branch of the sciences and its relation to the scientific field including the scientific method. Review of the principles, concepts and terminology of the environmental sciences and ecological literacy including restoration ecology, landscape ecology, sustainable studies and ecosystem management. Agenda 21 and other environmental indicator tools as they relate to human use of the earth's systems including the hydrosphere, atmosphere, lithosphere and biosphere and the impact on cultural, ethnic and gender groups will be explored. (One-day field trip outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course.)

00633 ESCI-001.-01 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-001.-01: Field trips may be required for this class. 30386 ESCI-001.-02 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-001.-02: Field trips may be required for this class. 30944 ESCI-001.-03 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-001.-03: Field trips may be required for this class.

01:30 PM-05:20 PM

T

PHILLIPS, JULIE

KC112

08:30 AM-10:20 AM

TTh

PHILLIPS, JULIE

KC115

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

PHILLIPS, JULIE

KC115

ESCI 1L: Environmental Science Laboratory

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Environmental Science 51L.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Co-requisite: Environmental Science 1L students must also enroll in, or have completed, Environmental Science 1. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to environmental science as a branch of the sciences including the scientific method and its relation to the scientific field in a laboratory and field setting. Applications of scientific, environmental, ecological and sustainability principles as they relate to human societies will be explored.

00634 ESCI-001L-01 Environmental Science Laboratory (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM W STAUDINGER, JEFFERY Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-001L-01: Field trips will be required for this class. ESA is located at the Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies. 30387 ESCI-001L-02 Environmental Science Laboratory (CLAS) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM T DE TORO, ALICIA Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-001L-02: Field trips will be required for this class. ESA1 is located at the Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies. 30388 ESCI-001L-03 Environmental Science Laboratory (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM Th DE TORO, ALICIA Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-001L-03: Field trips will be required for this class. ESA1 is located at the Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies. 30945 ESCI-001L-04 Environmental Science Laboratory (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM Th STAUDINGER, JEFFERY Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-001L-04: Field trips will be required for this class. ESA1 is located at the Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies.

ESA1

ESA1

ESA1

ESA1

ESCI 19: Environmental Biology

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to environmental biology as a branch of the environmental sciences and its relation to the scientific field. Review of the principles of environmental biology, ecology and conservation as they relate to natural resource use, the biodiversity crisis, pollution, human population and the impacts on all cultural, ethnic and gender groups. (Field trip outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course.)

00635 ESCI-019.-01 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 00635 ESCI-019.-01 Environmental Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-019.-01: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. 00636 ESCI-019.-02 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 00636 ESCI-019.-02 Environmental Biology (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-019.-02: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. 00637 ESCI-019.-03 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 00637 ESCI-019.-03 Environmental Biology (LAB) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-019.-03: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course.

MW M

DE TORO, ALICIA WILLIAMS, CAITLIN

KC115 KC120

MW M

DE TORO, ALICIA WILLIAMS, CAITLIN

KC115 KC120

TTh T

SULLIVAN, KRISTIN THORENSEN, LYNN

KC115 KC120

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00639 ESCI-019.-04 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 00639 ESCI-019.-04 Environmental Biology (LAB) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-019.-04: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. 00641 ESCI-019.-05 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 00641 ESCI-019.-05 Environmental Biology (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-019.-05: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. 00642 ESCI-019.-06 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 00642 ESCI-019.-06 Environmental Biology (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-019.-06: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. 00643 ESCI-019.-61 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 00643 ESCI-019.-61 Environmental Biology (LAB) 07:30 PM-08:50 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-019.-61: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course. 00644 ESCI-019.-62 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 00644 ESCI-019.-62 Environmental Biology (LAB) 07:30 PM-08:50 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-019.-62: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course.

TTh Th

SULLIVAN, KRISTIN SULLIVAN, KRISTIN

KC115 KC120

TTh T

HIGGINS, PHILIP HIGGINS, PHILIP

KC115 KC120

TTh W

HIGGINS, PHILIP HIGGINS, PHILIP

KC115 KC120

MW MW

POFFENROTH, MARY POFFENROTH, MARY

KC115 KC120

TTh TTh

CLINE, TRACY CLINE, TRACY

KC115 KC120

ESCI 20: Introduction to Biodiversity

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Repeatability: || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Environmental Science 19. Course Description: Introduction to biodiversity conservation as a branch of the environmental sciences, conservation biology and related scientific fields. Includes survey of species and ecosystem diversity, elements of biological classification; evolutionary trends and the mechanisms of evolution; ecology and the importance and problems of biodiversity conservation today.

00645 ESCI-020.-01 Introduction to Biodiversity (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 00645 ESCI-020.-01 Introduction to Biodiversity (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-020.-01: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course.

MW T

JENNINGS, VICKI SRINIVASAN, NEELA

KC113 ESA2

ESCI 21: Biodiversity 2

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey of the California Floristic Province, emphasizing the ways California's biodiversity is sampled and studied. Includes hands-on fieldwork surveying vegetation and animal populations; discussion of societal impacts of biodiversity loss and conservation; and the importance of biodiversity conservation today. (Off-campus field trips will be required.)

00646 ESCI-021.-01 Biodiversity 2 (LAB) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM 00646 ESCI-021.-01 Biodiversity 2 (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-021.-01: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course.

T TTh

ANDONIAN, KRIKOR PHILLIPS, RYAN

ESA1 KC239

ESCI 53: Wildlife Corridor Technician: Data Collection

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Explores the data collection techniques, protocol and equipment utilized in wildlife corridor technology. Applies the data collection techniques used in the wildlife corridor discipline to assist in the preservation, protection and restoration of native species and ecosystems.

30974 ESCI-053.-01 Wildlife Corridor Technician: Data Collection (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-053.01: Field trips may be required for this course.

12:30 PM-03:20 PM

W

SRINIVASAN, NEELA

KC239

ESCI 55: Wildlife Corridor Technician: Corridor Design

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Examines the process of wildlife corridor (connectivity) design in the 21st century, incorporating the principles and challenges of corridor ecology, ecosystem (adaptive) management and the urban-wildlife interface. Applies the principles of wildlife corridor design to assist in the preservation, protection and restoration of native species and ecosystems.

30975 ESCI-055.-01 Wildlife Corridor Technician: Corridor Design (LAB) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-055.-01: Field trips outside scheduled class time may be required for this class.

Th

PHILLIPS, JULIE

KC112

ESCI 57: Wildlife Corridor Technician: Advanced Tracking

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Advanced tracking field studies lab course exploring wildlife movement and activities along the 37th parallel (Santa Cruz Mountains through the Diablo Range). Applies the principles of wildlife corridor technology to assist in the preservation, protection and restoration of native species and ecosystems.

00649

ESCI-057.-01L

Wildlife Corridor Technician: Advanced Tracking (LAB)

11:30 AM-05:20 PM

F

CHIARAPPA-ZUCCA, MARINA

KC201

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Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-057.-01L: This lab class will survey wildlife in Coyote Valley as part of the Wildlife Corridor Technician Program. This class meets the first week at the Kirsch Center and then in Coyote Valley beginning week 2.

ESCI 77Y: Special Projects in Environmental Science

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Environmental Science 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Individual research in environmental science. Specific projects determined on consultation with the instructor. Outside reading and written report required.

00652 ESCI-077Y-66R Special Projects in Environmental Science (LAB) TBA TBA CORNELY, PATRICIA Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-077Y-66R: This class requires approval by E.S. department faculty. Please contact Pat Cornely at (408)864-8628, Room KC218 (Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies).

KC239

ESCI 82: Central Coast Wildlife Corridors: Coyote Valley

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Environmental Sciences 82, 82X, 82Y and 82Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: An exploration of the Coyote Valley Wildlife Corridor as an integral component of the Central Coast Wildlife Corridor Regional Landscape (CCWCRL). This field studies course will emphasize wildlife field identification techniques, animal tracking and bird survey protocols, field observation and data collection. These field studies will assist in the long-term preservation, protection and restoration of native species and ecosystems of the Central Coast Region.

30976 ESCI-082.-55 Central Coast Wildlife Corridors: Coyote Valley (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM F PHILLIPS, RYAN KC201 30976 ESCI-082.-55 Central Coast Wildlife Corridors: Coyote Valley (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:20 PM S PHILLIPS, RYAN KC201 30976 ESCI-082.-55 Central Coast Wildlife Corridors: Coyote Valley (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:20 PM S PHILLIPS, RYAN KC201 Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-082.-55L: This class meets for 8 weeks beginning the week of January 9. This lab class will survey birds in Coyote Valley and other areas as part of the Wildlife Corridor Technician Program. This class meets the first week at the Kirsch Center and then in Coyote Valley in week two. Two Saturday field trips dates to be confirmed in class.

ESCI 88: Central Coast Wildlife Corridors: Santa Cruz Mountains

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Environmental Sciences 88, 88X, 88Y and 88Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: An exploration of the Santa Cruz Mountains Wildlife Corridor as an integral component of the Central Coast Wildlife Corridor Regional Landscape (CCWCRL). This field studies course will emphasize wildlife field identification techniques, animal tracking and bird survey protocols, field observation and data collection. These field studies will assist in the long-term preservation, protection and restoration of native species and ecosystems of the Central Coast Region.

30995 ESCI-088.-55 Central Coast Wildlife Corridors: Santa Cruz Mountains (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM W PHILLIPS, RYAN KC201 30995 ESCI-088.-55 Central Coast Wildlife Corridors: Santa Cruz Mountains (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:20 PM S PHILLIPS, RYAN KC201 30995 ESCI-088.-55 Central Coast Wildlife Corridors: Santa Cruz Mountains (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:20 PM S PHILLIPS, RYAN KC201 Course Notes (Winter): ESCI-088.-55: This class meets for 8 weeks beginning the week of January 9. This lab class will survey birds in Coyote Valley and other areas as part of the Wildlife Corridor Technician Program. This class meets the first week at the Kirsch Center and then in Coyote Valley in week two. Two Saturday field trips dates to be confirmed in class.

****** English as a Second Language

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ESL 5: Advanced Composition and Reading

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Course Description: Close reading and analysis of a variety of personal, societal, academic, and literary texts representing culturally diverse perspectives. Practice of the techniques of expository, response, and argumentative writing based on personal experience, critical reading, and critical thinking. Composition of clear, organized, and well-developed essays with varied rhetorical strategies and for differing audiences.

30123 00656 30472 00658 00655

ESL-005.-01 ESL-005.-03 ESL-005.-04 ESL-005.-61 ESL-005.-62

Advanced Composition and Reading (CLAS) Advanced Composition and Reading (CLAS) Advanced Composition and Reading (CLAS) Advanced Composition and Reading (CLAS) Advanced Composition and Reading (CLAS)

07:30 AM-09:45 AM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW MW TTh MW MW

IFFT, MARY ANNE DUBARRY, MICHELE IFFT, MARY ANNE GOODWIN, MARY ELLEN TRACEY, IVA

L35 S72 L35 ADM103 L49

ESL 200: High Beginning English as a Second Language

Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Ten hours lecture (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $6.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test.

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Course Description: Development of English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Practice in listening to and using basic forms of conversational English with comprehensible pronunciation. Development of basic reading comprehension and vocabulary. Practice in writing simple and compound sentences, short narratives, explanations and descriptions.

30124

ESL-200.-01

High Beginning English as a Second Language (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MTWTh

HEISTEIN, GLORIA

MQ-2

ESL 234: Low Intermediate English as a Second Language

Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Ten hours lecture (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $6.00 || Formerly: (Formerly English as a Second Language 134.) || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Course Description: Development of English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Practice in listening to and using basic forms of conversational English to ask and answer questions on a variety of cultural topics. Development of basic reading comprehension and vocabulary. Practice in writing simple and compound sentences, short narratives, explanations, and descriptions.

00678 00679 00680

ESL-234.-01 ESL-234.-02 ESL-234.-61

Low Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) Low Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) Low Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS)

10:00 AM-12:15 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh

FLORES, KATHY KOHNHORST, LISA ORMENO, VALERIE

L75 L76 ECOT-1

ESL 244: Intermediate English as a Second Language

Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Ten hours lecture (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $6.00 || Formerly: (Formerly English as a Second Language 144.) || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test; or English as a Second Language 234 with a grade of C or better. Course Description: Development of English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Includes pronunciation practice, vocabulary building skills, writing short compositions and discussion of cross-cultural topics.

00681 00682 00683 00684

ESL-244.-01 ESL-244.-02 ESL-244.-03 ESL-244.-61

Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS)

10:00 AM-12:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh

YEE, LINDA BETLACH, MARCY POGGI, CLAUDINE TOPALOVIC, JASMINA

G9 MQ-2A AT202 L73

ESL 251: High Intermediate Listening and Speaking

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: English as a Second Language 244; or qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Co-requisite: English as a Second Language 251 students may also take English as a Second Language 252 and 253 concurrently. Course Description: English speaking and listening practice in a variety of contexts. Development of vocabulary appropriate in both formal and informal situations.

00685 00686 00687 00688 00691 00692

ESL-251.-01 ESL-251.-02 ESL-251.-03 ESL-251.-04 ESL-251.-61 ESL-251.-62

High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:45 AM 09:00 AM-10:15 AM 10:30 AM-11:45 AM 01:30 PM-02:45 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM

MW TTh MW TTh M Th

LEE, CHARLES MARIN, MARIA NORMAN, CRAIG CHAI, CHRISTINE MARIN, MARIA MOLINO-TORRES, ALEJANDRO MARIN, MARIA

L33 L33 L33 L33 L33 L33

00689

ESL-251.-63

High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS)

06:30 PM-07:45 PM

TTh

S57

ESL 252: High Intermediate Reading

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Formerly: (Formerly English as a Second Language 152.) || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: English as a Second Language 244; or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Co-requisite: English as a Second Language 252 students may also take English as a Second Language 251 and 253 concurrently. Course Description: Development of high intermediate English reading comprehension and vocabulary building skills in extended written materials.

00693 00694 00695 00696 00697

ESL-252.-01 ESL-252.-02 ESL-252.-03 ESL-252.-04 ESL-252.-05

High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) High Intermediate Reading (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:45 AM 07:30 AM-08:45 AM 09:00 AM-10:15 AM 10:30 AM-11:45 AM 12:00 PM-01:15 PM

MW TTh TTh MW TTh

WONG, LETTY WONG, LETTY WONG, LETTY WONG, LETTY GOODWIN, MARY ELLEN

L34 L34 L34 L34 L34

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00698 00699 30471

ESL-252.-61 ESL-252.-62 ESL-252.-63

High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) High Intermediate Reading (CLAS)

06:30 PM-09:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM

M T Th

POGGI, CLAUDINE LEUNG, KAI-CHEON LEE, CHARLES

L34 MCC-13 L34

ESL 253: High Intermediate Grammar and Writing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: English as a Second Language 244; or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Co-requisite: English as a Second Language 253 students may also enroll in English as a Second Language 251 and 252 concurrently. Course Description: Develop skills in using level-specific grammar and sentence structure in writing. Write organized and well-developed descriptive, narrative, and explanatory paragraphs.

00700 00701 00702 00703 00704 00705 00706 30695

ESL-253.-01 ESL-253.-02 ESL-253.-03 ESL-253.-04 ESL-253.-05 ESL-253.-61 ESL-253.-62 ESL-253.-63

High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 08:30 AM-10:20 AM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 03:00 PM-04:50 PM 04:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MW TTh MW MW TTh MW MW TTh

LAM, CLARA NORMAN, CRAIG DUNLAP, KATHLEEN LEE, CHARLES MARIN, MARIA LAM, CLARA ANDERSON, ELAINE DODD, ELIZABETH

AT115 AT115 S71 L33 L34 G9 AT202 S71

ESL 260: Accent Reduction (for Non-Native Speakers)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Advisory: English as a Second Language 251. Course Description: Emphasis on production of speech that is intelligible and accurate, through study and practice of English language sound system, stress, linking, reduction, rhythm, and intonation patterns.

30127 30127

ESL-260.-01 ESL-260.-01

Accent Reduction (for Non-Native Speakers) (CLAS) Accent Reduction (for Non-Native Speakers) (LAB)

04:00 PM-04:50 PM 05:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh TTh

CULVER, MATTHEW CULVER, MATTHEW

S71 S71

ESL 261: Low Advanced Listening and Speaking

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly English as a Second Language 161.) || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: English as a Second Language 251 or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Co-requisite: English as a Second Language 261 students may also enroll in English as a Second Language 262 and 263 concurrently. Course Description: Speaking and listening: emphasis on comprehension and analysis of information; expression of students' ideas using a variety of levels of sophistication. Development of listening, pronunciation and note-taking skills.

00707 00708 00709 00710 00711 00712 00713

ESL-261.-01 ESL-261.-02 ESL-261.-03 ESL-261.-04 ESL-261.-05 ESL-261.-61 ESL-261.-62

Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:45 AM 09:00 AM-10:15 AM 10:30 AM-11:45 AM 12:00 PM-01:15 PM 01:30 PM-02:45 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM

TTh MW TTh MW MW T W

LEE, ANDREA LEE, CHARLES NORMAN, CRAIG NORMAN, CRAIG CHAI, CHRISTINE THOT-JOHNSON, IRIS LEE, CHARLES

L33 L33 L33 L33 L33 L33 L33

ESL 262: Low Advanced Reading

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: English as a Second Language 252 and 253; or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Co-requisite: English as a Second Language 262 students may also enroll in English as a Second Language 261 and 263 concurrently. Course Description: Development of advanced reading comprehension, vocabulary building skills, and improved reading rate in extended written materials.

00717 + ESL-262.-01D Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:45 AM MW PEKKAIN, JANELL Course Notes (Winter): ESL -262.-01D: LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 263.01D. www.deanza.edu/linc 00714 00715 ESL-262.-02 ESL-262.-03L Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 09:00 AM-10:15 AM 09:30 AM-12:20 PM MW F SKLYAR, ANGELINA WONG, LETTY

KC112

L34 L33

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30696 00716 00718 00719

ESL-262.-04 ESL-262.-05 ESL-262.-61 ESL-262.-62

Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) Low Advanced Reading (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:45 AM 12:00 PM-01:15 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM

TTh MW T W

SKLYAR, ANGELINA CHAI, CHRISTINE HIMES, GRETCHEN BOERNER, KAREN

L34 L34 L34 L34

ESL 263: Low Advanced Grammar and Writing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: English as a Second Language 252 and 253; or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Co-requisite: English as a Second Language 263 students may also enroll in English as a Second Language 261 and 262 concurrently. Course Description: Develop skills for writing clear, organized, well-developed, multiple paragraph compositions that demonstrate analytical thinking and level-appropriate grammar, sentence structure and vocabulary.

00721 + ESL-263.-01D Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM MW MARCHIANO, MICHELLE Course Notes (Winter): ESL -263.-01D: LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 262.01D. www.deanza.edu/linc 00722 00723 00724 31021 30128 00726 ESL-263.-02 ESL-263.-03 ESL-263.-04 ESL-263.-05 ESL-263.-61 ESL-263.-62 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh BETLACH, MARCY MADIGAN, JULIE FLORES, KATHY NEWMAN, CHERI CAROBUS, PATRICIA NEWMAN, CHERI

KC112

AT115 AT115 L75 L34 L27 L35

ESL 272: Advanced Reading and Vocabulary

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Formerly: (Formerly English as a Second Language 172.) || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 262 and 263; or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Co-requisite: English as a Second Language 272 students may also enroll in English as a Second Language 273 concurrently. Course Description: Development of academic vocabulary and reading skills through extensive reading of college level material in English.

00728

ESL-272.-01

Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MW

YEE, LINDA

L34 S72

00727 + ESL-272.-02D Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW OMAN, ANDREW Course Notes (Winter): ESL -272.-02D: LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 273.02D. www.deanza.edu/linc

00729 * ESL-272.-03Y Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM W MADIGAN, JULIE S17 00729 * ESL-272.-03Y Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) TBA TBA MADIGAN, JULIE ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): ESL -272-03Y: Hybrid. Advanced Reading and Vocabulary meets physically on Wednesdays from 10-12:15 PM in S17. The instructor is available online on Monday and Tuesday from 9:15PM-10:15PM. 00731 00732 31022 ESL-272.-04 ESL-272.-61 ESL-272.-62 Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh MW TTh MADIGAN, JULIE THISTLETHWAITE, ANN MARIANETTI, NOEL L33 L62 L73A

ESL 273: Introduction to the Essay

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Formerly: (Formerly English as a Second Language 173.) || Prerequisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.) Prerequisite: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263 with a grade of C or better; or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Co-requisite: English as a Second 273 students may also enroll in English as a Second Language 272 concurrently. Course Description: Principles of essay writing.

00735

ESL-273.-01

Introduction to the Essay (CLAS)

07:30 AM-09:45 AM

TTh

LAM, CLARA

L35 S72

00734 + ESL-273.-02D Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh DUBARRY, MICHELE Course Notes (Winter): ESL -273.-02D: LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 272.02D. www.deanza.edu/linc 00736 00738 00739 00740 ESL-273.-03 ESL-273.-04 ESL-273.-61 ESL-273.-62 Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh MW MW TTh HAMILTON, WEBSTER RUUMET, MARIKA CHACKO, ACHAMMA COOPER, SUSAN

L35 L35 L45 ADM103

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ESL 274: Grammar and Proofreading for Academic Writing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Writing 274. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly English as a Second Language 174.) || Prerequisites: (Recommended for students whose native language is not English and students who wish to improve their grammar and proofreading skills.) Prerequisite: English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; English Writing 200. Course Description: Focus on helping students become successful academic writers by addressing their needs (a) to understand grammatical structures fundamental to college writing and (b) to develop effective proofreading skills.

00741

ESL-274.-01

Grammar and Proofreading for Academic Writing (CLAS)

04:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW

DUBARRY, MICHELE

S72

****** English/Writing

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

EWRT 1A: Composition and Reading

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211); or equivalent placement (normally based on results of the English Placement Tests). Course Description: Introduction to university level reading and writing, with an emphasis on analysis. Close examination of a variety of texts (personal, popular, literary, professional, academic) from culturally diverse traditions. Practice in common rhetorical strategies used in academic writing. Composition of clear, well-organized, and well-developed essays, with varying purposes and differing audiences, from personal to academic.

00743 00744 00745

EWRT-001A-01 EWRT-001A-02

Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS)

07:30 AM-09:45 AM 08:30 AM-10:45 AM

TTh MW

LESLIE, WALLIS KAREEMI, KHALIDA

AT202 E25

^ Composition and Reading (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF CORONADO, MARC L46 EWRT-001A-03S Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A-03S:This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements. 00746 00747 00748 EWRT-001A-04 EWRT-001A-05 Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW MW STAFF, M JAHAN, HUSNE L31 SEM2

^ Composition and Reading (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF CORONADO, MARC L46 EWRT-001A-06S Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A-06S: This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements. 30228 00749 00750 30229 30230 00751 30231 00752 EWRT-001A-07 EWRT-001A-08 EWRT-001A-09 EWRT-001A-10 EWRT-001A-11 EWRT-001A-12 EWRT-001A-13 Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 10:00 AM-12:15 PM 11:00 AM-01:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 11:00 AM-01:15 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 02:30 PM-04:45 PM 07:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh TTh MW MW TTh MTWThF MW F WANN, RANDIE BONILLA, MARYALICE MULLINS, NICHOLAS AREFI ANBARANI, AZIN KAREEMI, KHALIDA GRAVENER, JOHN GRAVENER, JOHN WALDSMITH, ANNE MARIE BRENNAN, RAYMOND SANDEL, ADAM SILVA, PAULA L65 ADM103 E25 L27 L73 L36 G6 ADM103

EWRT-001A-14L Composition and Reading (CLAS)

00753 00754 00755 00756

EWRT-001A-15 EWRT-001A-16 EWRT-001A-17

Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:45 PM 02:30 PM-04:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh MW MW

AT202 L21 L46 S71

+ Composition and Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh SILVA, PAULA EWRT-001A-18D Course Notes (Winter): EWRT D001A.18D: Learning Community Course: Requires concurrent enrollment in CLP D070.01D. For more information, please call AliciaCortez (408) 864-8365. www.deanza.edu/linc 00757 00758 00759 EWRT-001A-19 EWRT-001A-20 EWRT-001A-21 Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:45 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM TTh MW TTh AREFI ANBARANI, AZIN ROSCHER, JENNIFER NUSS, SHARON

G6 S17 L81

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00760 00761 00762 00763 30397 00770 00773 31031 31189 31135 00769 00771 00772

EWRT-001A-22 EWRT-001A-23 EWRT-001A-24 EWRT-001A-25 EWRT-001A-26 EWRT-001A-27 EWRT-001A-28 EWRT-001A-29 EWRT-001A-30 EWRT-001A-32 EWRT-001A-61 EWRT-001A-63

Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS) Composition and Reading (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 07:30 AM-09:45 AM 10:00 AM-12:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 05:30 PM-07:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF MW MW TTh TTh MW MW MW MW TTh MW MW

FURLAN, DIANE GARVIN, RICHARD FORD, MARJORIE COLLIGAN, MARY DICKERSON, ROBERT FORD, JON SLOAN, CYNTHIA KEEN, CAROLYN DICKERSON, ROBERT STOCK, JAMIE ROSCHER, JENNIFER TRIMBLE, RUTH

L83 L36 ADM103 ADM103 L46 ECOT-1 S71 ADM103 L82 L28 MQ-2 L36

* Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA SIMES, ALAN LC107 EWRT-001A-63Z Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A-63Z: : Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/. 30232 * Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA SWENSSON, JOHN LC107 EWRT-001A-65Z Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A-65Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 00774 * Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA GRAY, CHARLES LC107 EWRT-001A-66Z Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A-66Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 00775 * Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA SIMES, ALAN LC107 EWRT-001A-67Z Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A-67Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 00776 EWRT-001A-FY1 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF QUINTERO, JESUS L63 Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A-FY1: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE PROGRAM. This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in SOC.0020.FY1, LART.0078.FY1,HUMI.0001.FY1 and SOSC.097W required. 00777 EWRT-001A-FY2 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF LEONARD, AMY Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A-FY2: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.0078.FY2,SOC20 HUMI.0001FY2and SOSC.097W.FY2 required. 31007 EWRT-001A-FY3 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh QUINTERO, JESUS Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A.-FY3: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in , LART.DO78.FY3, SOC.DO20.FY3, SOSC.DO97W.FY3 and HUMI.D001.FY3. L63

L63

30080 EWRT-001A-SK Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW DELANEY, ANTHONY G8 Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001A-SK: SANKOFA SCHOLARS PROGRAM. This program is designed with an African-centered pedogogy to help first year students of African ancestry succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact William Madden at 408-864-8237 or for more information, email: [email protected]

EWRT 1B: Reading, Writing, and Research

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 1A. Course Description: Development of analytical, integrative skills in reading and writing. Academic (interpretive, analytical, argumentative) writing based largely on reading of literary/imaginative texts linked by a common theme or issue. Outside research leading to analysis, comparison, and synthesis in documented research paper.

00779 00786 30236

EWRT-001B-01 EWRT-001B-02

Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF MTWThF

SHIVELY, TIMOTHY SHIVELY, TIMOTHY

L65 L32

^ Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW CORONADO, MARC L36 EWRT-001B-03S Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001B-03S: This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements. 00780 * Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) EWRT-001B-04Y 10:00 AM-12:15 PM F MODIRZADEH, YEGANEH S56

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* Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) TBA TBA MODIRZADEH, YEGANEH ONLINE EWRT-001B-04Y Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001B-04Y: This is a hybrid course which requires your daily access to the Internet as well as your physical attendance every Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.. 50% of the course is taught online. The instructor is available on line on Mondays from 8:00-10:30 a.m. 00781 00782 00783 00788 30233 EWRT-001B-05 EWRT-001B-06 EWRT-001B-07 EWRT-001B-09 Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM 07:30 AM-09:45 AM 07:30 AM-09:45 AM 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW TTh TTh TTh PAUL, MARGARET BRENNAN, RAYMOND RASHEDI, ROXANNE DICKERSON, ROBERT L82 L82 S71 L35

* Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MWF ORELLA, LAURA MCC-12 EWRT-001B-09Y 30233 * Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) TBA TBA ORELLA, LAURA ONLINE EWRT-001B-09Y Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001B-09Y: Class meets physically MCC-12 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:30 - 11:20a.m. In addition the class meets online on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 - 11:20 a.m. 30234 00790 00791 30237 00792 00793 31008 31120 30238 30239 00800 EWRT-001B-10 EWRT-001B-11 EWRT-001B-12 EWRT-001B-13 EWRT-001B-14 EWRT-001B-15 Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW MW TTh MTWThF MW TTh TTh MW MW TTh HOWLAND, STEPHEN GARVIN, RICHARD HOWLAND, STEPHEN HEARN, LYDIA QUINN, ROSEANNE REBER, MARRIETTA QUIGLEY, JILL PELLETIER, JOSHUA LEWIS, BRIAN HOYLE, JONAH ADM101 E25 SEM2 L36 L82 L82 L61 L83 L82 L82

EWRT-001B-16H Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) EWRT-001B-17 EWRT-001B-61 EWRT-001B-62 Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS) Reading, Writing, and Research (CLAS)

* Reading, Writing, and Research (TBA) TBA TBA HATTORI, MARSHALL LC107 EWRT-001B-63Z Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001B-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 00801 * Reading, Writing, and Research (TBA) TBA TBA HATTORI, MARSHALL LC107 EWRT-001B-65Z Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001B-65Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 00802 * Reading, Writing, and Research (TBA) TBA TBA ORELLA, LAURA LC107 EWRT-001B-66Z Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001B-66Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 00803 * Reading, Writing, and Research (TBA) TBA TBA DELANEY, ANTHONY LC107 EWRT-001B-67Z Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-001B-67Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

EWRT 1C: Literature and Composition

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 1B. Course Description: Applies the analytical, critical, and synthesis skills developed in English Writing 1A and 1B to the ways meaning can be made in diverse cultural, social, and historical contexts in prose, poetry, and drama by reading and analyzing texts and critical interpretations and by composing critical responses, analyses, and arguments.

00805

EWRT-001C-02

Literature and Composition (CLAS)

10:00 AM-12:15 PM

TTh

SIMES, ALAN

AT202

EWRT 2: Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 1A. Course Description: Develops critical thinking skills and the ability to apply these skills to reading and writing. Develop analytical and argumentative academic essays based on reading of complex texts, and the use of outside research leading to analysis, comparison, and synthesis and a documented research paper.

00806 00807

EWRT-002.-01L EWRT-002.-02

Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS)

07:30 AM-12:20 PM 07:30 AM-09:45 AM

F MW

CUDAHY, MARY LESLIE, WALLIS

L64 AT202

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00808 * EWRT-002.-03Y Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh SWENSSON, JOHN L42 00808 * EWRT-002.-03Y Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) TBA TBA SWENSSON, JOHN ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-002.-03Y: Hybrid. Some on line instruction. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught on line. Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically MTWTh from 8:30am-9:20am. Instructor is available on line daily, to include every Friday from 0830-0920. 00809 00810 00811 EWRT-002.-04 EWRT-002.-05 EWRT-002.-06 Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 10:00 AM-12:15 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM MTWThF MW TTh HEARN, LYDIA GREEN, ELIZABETH CARD, HARRY L36 ADM103 S32

00813 * EWRT-002.-07Y Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWTh SWENSSON, JOHN L42 00813 * EWRT-002.-07Y Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) TBA TBA SWENSSON, JOHN ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-002.-07Y: Hybrid. Some on line instruction. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught on line. Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically MTWTh from 7:30am-8:20am. Instructor is available on line daily, to include every Friday from 0730-0820. 00814 * EWRT-002.-08Y Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM F MODIRZADEH, YEGANEH L45 00814 * EWRT-002.-08Y Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) TBA TBA MODIRZADEH, YEGANEH ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-002.-08Y: This is a hybrid course which requires your daily access to the Internet as well as your physical attendance every Friday from 7:30 to 9:45 a.m. 50% of the course is taught online. The instructor is available on line on Wednesdays from 8:00-10:30 a.m. 00815 00816 31018 00819 00821 00822 00824 00825 30436 30541 31122 00826 EWRT-002.-09 EWRT-002.-10 EWRT-002.-11 EWRT-002.-13 EWRT-002.-14 EWRT-002.-15 EWRT-002.-16 EWRT-002.-17 EWRT-002.-18 EWRT-002.-19 EWRT-002.-20 EWRT-002.-62 Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF TTh MW MW TTh MW MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF MW JAHAN, HUSNE WILSON, JIMMIE HEARN, LYDIA MORFEE, JULIE GRAY, CHARLES BONILLA, MARYALICE SLOAN, CYNTHIA BONILLA, MARYALICE FERRIE, RICHARD FURLAN, DIANE PERRY, MARTHA NELSON-REBELE, RENEE LEWIS, BRIAN L82 L73A L36 ECOT-1 L42 ADM103 ADM103 SEM2 L62 MQ-2 G6 L26

00827

EWRT-002.-63

Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS)

08:00 PM-10:15 PM

TTh

MQ-2

00828 * EWRT-002.-63Z Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA HOWLAND, STEPHEN LC107 Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-002.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ . 00831 * EWRT-002.-65Z Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA LIMCOLIOC, LUIS LC107 Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-002.-65Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30240 * EWRT-002.-66Z Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA LIMCOLIOC, LUIS LC107 Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-002.-66Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ BOARD LILJENSTOLPE, LC107 REBECCA Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-002.-67Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ BOARD LILJENSTOLPE, LC107 REBECCA Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-002.-68Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 00830 * EWRT-002.-68Z Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA 31121 * EWRT-002.-67Z Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CLAS) TBA TBA

EWRT 30: Introduction to Creative Writing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211); plus co-requisite lab classes in each case; or equivalent placement into English Writing 1A. Course Description: Introduction to the writing of fiction, poetry, drama, and creative nonfiction, through both critical analysis and intensive practice.

00832

EWRT-030.-01

Introduction to Creative Writing (CLAS)

04:00 PM-05:50 PM

TTh

GARFINKLE, DEBORAH

L36

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EWRT 40: Fiction Writing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211). Advisory: English Writing 30. Course Description: Development of fiction writing skills through critical analysis and intensive practice.

00833

EWRT-040.-01

Fiction Writing (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

HELFMAN, SUZANNE

L82

EWRT 41: Poetry Writing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211). Advisory: English Writing 30. Course Description: Development of poetry writing skills through critical analysis and intensive practice

30241

EWRT-041.-01

Poetry Writing (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

WEISNER, KENNETH

L82

EWRT 61: Introduction to Technical Writing

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Business 61 and Technical Writing 61. Students my enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Technical writing skills focusing on basic techniques of exposition for the technical field, functional description, process writing, technical vocabulary, correct usage, and accurate editing.

31046 * EWRT-061.-61Y Introduction to Technical Writing (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM T REBER, MARRIETTA L49 31046 * EWRT-061.-61Y Introduction to Technical Writing (CLAS) TBA TBA REBER, MARRIETTA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-061.-61Y: Technical Publications, also listed as TWRT-061.61Y & BUS -061.61Y, meets the technical writing requirements of Cal Poly and other California State colleges and universities. TWRT/EWRT/BUS-061.61Y meets physically on Wednesdays from 6:30-10:20PM in L49. Instructor is available online via the Catalyst website from 5:30pm-6:20 p.m. on the same day as instruction.

EWRT 64: Technical Writing Seminar

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Business 64 and Technical Writing 64. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Business 62 or 63; or English Writing 62 or 63; or Technical Writing 62 or 63. Course Description: Technical communication and editing skills applied through the preparation and presentation of a complete document according to the standards of the student's chosen technical field.

31178 * EWRT-064.-61Y Technical Writing Seminar (CLAS) TBA TBA REBER, MARRIETTA ONLINE 31178 * EWRT-064.-61Y Technical Writing Seminar (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Th REBER, MARRIETTA L49 Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-064.61Y: Meets physically Thursdays from 6:30-10:20 PM in the room listed in the schedule. The instructor is available online from 10:20 PM to 11:10 PM on Thursdays. Also listed as BUS64 and TWRT64. Student may enroll in only one department for credit.

EWRT 65: Literary Magazine

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for the one-unit course (24 hours total per quarter); two hours lecture-laboratory and three hours laboratory for the two unit course (60 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Journalism 65W and 65X. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of English Writing 65, 65X and Journalism 65W, 65X may be taken up to six times for credit. Submissions vary each quarter, so content is different. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Collaborative evaluation and selection of fiction, poetry, photography, drawings, and other literary and artistic work for literary magazine. Magazine design and production. (Additional editorial, production, management, or marketing work for English Writing 65X and Journalism 65X.)

00836

EWRT-065.-01

Literary Magazine (CLAS)

04:00 PM-05:50 PM

M

WEISNER, KENNETH

L64

EWRT 65X: Literary Magazine

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for the one-unit course (24 hours total per quarter); two hours lecture-laboratory and three hours laboratory for the two unit course (60 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Journalism 65W and 65X. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of English Writing 65, 65X and Journalism 65W, 65X may be taken up to six times for credit. Submissions vary each quarter, so content is different. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Collaborative evaluation and selection of fiction, poetry, photography, drawings, and other literary and artistic work for literary magazine. Magazine design and production. (Additional editorial, production, management, or marketing work for English Writing 65X and Journalism 65X.)

30565

* Literary Magazine (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM M WEISNER, KENNETH EWRT-065X-63Z 30565 * Literary Magazine (LAB) TBA TBA WEISNER, KENNETH EWRT-065X-63Z Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-065X-63Z Online Course with weekly on-campus meetings. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

L64 TBA

EWRT 77: Special Projects in English

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Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of English Writing 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly English Writing 56, 56X and 56Y respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Special reading, writing, or study projects in English as determined in consultation with the instructor.

31123

EWRT-077.-65R

Special Projects in English (LAB)

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

TBA

EWRT 77X: Special Projects in English

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of English Writing 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly English Writing 56, 56X and 56Y respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Special reading, writing, or study projects in English as determined in consultation with the instructor.

31124

EWRT-077X-65R Special Projects in English (LAB)

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

TBA

EWRT 77Y: Special Projects in English

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of English Writing 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly English Writing 56, 56X and 56Y respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Special reading, writing, or study projects in English as determined in consultation with the instructor.

30706

EWRT-077Y-65R Special Projects in English (LAB)

TBA

TBA

WEISNER, KENNETH

TBA

EWRT 97: Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Learning Assistance 97. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; must be hired to work as a De Anza tutor. Course Description: Required training for De Anza writing tutors. Introduction to the theory and practice of tutoring writing, including strategies and approaches to help students from diverse linguistic backgrounds at various stages of the writing process. Students read about, observe, discuss, write about and practice the craft of tutoring writing. After an initial orientation, students in the class begin tutoring, and reflect on their tutoring experiences as part of the class.

00841 * EWRT-097.-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM Th WEISNER, KENNETH L75 00841 * EWRT-097.-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing (CLAS) TBA TBA WEISNER, KENNETH ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-097.-01Y: Must be selected to work as a De Anza writing tutor and be able to tutor 4+ hours/week. Call 864-8485 or e-mail [email protected] for info. This is a hybrid course and meets physically Thursdays from 4:00 PM until 5:50 PM in the room listed in the schedule. The instructors are available online via the Catalyst site from 4:00 PM until 5:50 PM on Tuesdays.

EWRT 200: Fundamentals of Writing

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the English Placement Test. Course Description: Practice focused, purposeful writing in several formats to different audiences with a variety of sentence structures responding to, engaging with or inspired by written or visual texts. Edit writing to correct errors in the major conventions of Standard Written English.

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EWRT-200.-01 EWRT-200.-02 EWRT-200.-03 EWRT-200.-04 EWRT-200.-05 EWRT-200.-06 EWRT-200.-07 EWRT-200.-08 EWRT-200.-61

Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS)

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MTWThF TTh MTWThF MTWThF TTh MTWThF MW TTh TTh

DENNY, DAVID FLEMING, DIANA CRAGEN, ELLIOTT DENNY, DAVID FLEMING, DIANA CRAGEN, ELLIOTT SCHULTZ, MARY QUINN, ROSEANNE HANZIMANOLIS, MARGARET

MQ-3 L82 MQ-2 L46 L36 L63 L73A L46 L46

EWRT 211: Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly English Writing 100.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200); or a qualifying score on the English Placement Test. Course Description: Develop the abilities necessary for college-level reading and essay writing. Emphasize writing in response to critical questions about assigned texts.

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EWRT-211.-01 EWRT-211.-02 EWRT-211.-03 EWRT-211.-04 EWRT-211.-05 EWRT-211.-06 EWRT-211.-07 EWRT-211.-08 EWRT-211.-10 EWRT-211.-11 EWRT-211.-12 EWRT-211.-14 EWRT-211.-15 EWRT-211.-16 EWRT-211.-17 EWRT-211.-18 EWRT-211.-19

Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS)

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ADM103 G2 L75 L73 L46 L46 L35 E24 MQ-2A L35 L62 S72 G2 KC112 L62 L73 S34

30245 + EWRT-211.-1YD Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh SKAGER, KRISTIN ECOT-1 Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-211.-01YD: LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in MATH-212.-06D. Class meets physically 10:00 a.m. ? 12:15 p.m. MTWTh, except for one hour on-line 11:20 - 12:15 on Wednesdays. Access to the internet is required. To learn more, visit www.deanza.edu/linc or call Matt Abrahams at 408.864.8534 30435 30542 30074 00872 00873 00874 00875 00876 00877 30300 EWRT-211.-20 EWRT-211.-21 EWRT-211.-22 EWRT-211.-61 EWRT-211.-62 EWRT-211.-63 EWRT-211.-64 EWRT-211.-65 EWRT-211.-66 EWRT-211.-67 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 05:30 PM-07:45 PM 05:30 PM-07:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 08:00 PM-10:15 PM 05:30 PM-07:45 PM MTWThF MW MW MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW STAFF, M NADIMPALLI, RAJSHREE KURTH, LITA BEJARIN, VIVIAN LEWIS, ANNA SMITH, BRIAN GARFINKLE, DEBORAH QUINN, ROSEANNE LEWIS, ANNA SANDEL, ADAM L66 E24 L64 MQ-2A L42 L46 L36 G7 MQ-2A MQ-3

00864 EWRT-211.-FY4 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW BREUNIG, EMILY L63 Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-211.-FY4 Tprogram is designed to help first year students succeed through community- building and linked classes. Contact Patty Guitron at 408-864-8731 or for more information email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY4, SOC.DO97W.FY4, READ.D211.FY4 and READ.DO70.FY4 required.

EWRT 274: Grammar and Proofreading for Academic Writing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.50 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English as a Second Language 274. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly English Writing 174.) || Prerequisites: (Recommended for students whose native language is not English and students who wish to improve their grammar and proofreading skills.) Prerequisite: English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; English Writing 200. Course Description: Focus on helping students become successful academic writers by addressing their needs (a) to understand grammatical structures fundamental to college writing and (b) to develop effective proofreading skills.

00879 EWRT-274.-01 Grammar and Proofreading for Academic Writing (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): EWRT-274.-01: Also listed as ESL -274-.01.

04:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW

DUBARRY, MICHELE

S72

****** Film and Television Production

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CRN

Course

Title

Time

Days

Instructor

Location

F/TV 1: Introduction to Film

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Literature 1. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the international art of cinema through the techniques and procedures of filmmaking, including screenwriting, cinematography, directing, editing, and sound; through the formal properties of film, such as mise-en-scene, structure, and style; through the relationships between film and society, and through the critical analysis of works of film art.

00884 00881 00882 00885

F/TV-001.-01 F/TV-001.-02 F/TV-001.-03 F/TV-001.-61

Introduction to Film (CLAS) Introduction to Film (CLAS) Introduction to Film (CLAS) Introduction to Film (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM 02:30 PM-06:20 PM 12:30 PM-04:20 PM 05:30 PM-09:20 PM

M T Th W

TAVERNETTI, SUSAN LOVELL, GLENN GOLDMAN, BARAK MCNAMARA, MARTIN

AT120 AT120 AT120 AT120

F/TV 2B: History of Cinema (1950-Present)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture for the four unit course (48 hours total per quarter); four and one-half hours lecture for the four and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Students may enroll in either Film/Television 2B or Film/Television 2BW, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey of the international development of the motion picture since 1950 as a distinct form of artistic expression, through classic films, notable artists, and key events; an investigation of the aesthetic, technological, economic, and social factors that contributed to the evolution of film; an examination of the value systems reflected in and shaped by these works from diverse cultures. Film/Television 2BW will cover expanded topics in historiography, such as problems and approaches to historical film research and analysis.

00889

F/TV-002B-01L

History of Cinema (1950-Present) (CLAS)

09:30 AM-01:20 PM

F

TAVERNETTI, SUSAN

AT120

F/TV 2C: Contemporary World Cinema

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture for the four unit course (48 hours total per quarter); four and one-half hours lecture for the four and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Students may enroll in either Film/Television 2C or 2CW, but not both for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Film/Television 95A and 95AW respectively.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Critical survey of contemporary world cinema as art, business, technology and cultural artifact. Provides critical methodology and practical tools for analyzing and interpreting the work of notable film artists, current international film movements and genres, and transnational and globalized media developments.

30949

F/TV-002C-01L

Contemporary World Cinema (CLAS)

01:30 PM-05:20 PM

F

TAVERNETTI, SUSAN

AT120

F/TV 10: Introduction to Electronic Media

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Humanities 17. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey course of the history, aesthetics, technology and social impacts of electronic media, including film, broadcasting and the Internet. Explores the role of government, advertising, audiences, and emerging technologies, their futures and impacts on global societies.

00890 00892

F/TV-010.-01 F/TV-010.-61

Introduction to Electronic Media (CLAS) Introduction to Electronic Media (CLAS)

09:30 AM-11:20 AM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

TTh T

SCHIERON, SARA SCHIERON, SARA

AT107 AT120

F/TV 20: Basic Digital Film/Video Production

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y or 54Z (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Digital video production, film-style production techniques including digital video and HD formats: camera operation and procedures, basic principles and techniques of sound and scriptwriting; and film and nonlinear editing.

00894 00894 00895 00895

F/TV-020.-01 F/TV-020.-01 F/TV-020.-61 F/TV-020.-61

Basic Digital Film/Video Production (CLAS) Basic Digital Film/Video Production (CLAS) Basic Digital Film/Video Production (CLAS) Basic Digital Film/Video Production (CLAS)

11:30 AM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM 05:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:30 PM-11:20 PM

M M M M

LISHA, ZAKI LISHA, ZAKI LISHA, ZAKI LISHA, ZAKI

AT107 AT107 AT107 AT107

F/TV 22: 16mm Film Production I

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, two hours lecture-laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 20. Co-requisite: Film/Television 22 students must also enroll in Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y or 54Z. Course Description: Logistics, scriptwriting, sound recording, film and sound editing. Methods by which visual and aural elements of a motion picture may be organized. The study and analysis of exemplary motion pictures as well as of the student's own work.

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00896 00896

F/TV-022.-61 F/TV-022.-61

16mm Film Production I (CLAS) 16mm Film Production I (CLAS)

06:30 PM-09:20 PM 09:30 PM-11:20 PM

W W

IRWIN, DENNIS IRWIN, DENNIS

AT107 AT107

F/TV 43: Film Artists

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Literature 5. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Film/Television 43 and English Literature 5 may be taken up to three times for credit as long as the topic matter is different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Analysis of the works of specific film artists, such as directors, Alfred Hitchcock or Orson Welles; or analysis of the works of artists practicing a specific film craft, such as screenwriting, acting, cinematography or editing. The topic studied changes each quarter (see subtitle in the quarterly schedule of classes).

30952 F/TV-043.-01 Film Artists (CLAS) 12:30 PM-04:20 PM W MCNAMARA, MARTIN AT120 Course Notes (Winter): F/TV-043.-01: Film Artists (Alfred Hitchcock). A survey of the finest films directed by the grand master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, often credited with almost single-handedly inventing the thriller genre. Mixing classics like "The 39 Steps," "Notorious," "Strangers on a Train," "Rear Window" and "Psycho" with lesser known gems, we will identify Hitchcock's recurring themes, narrative patterns and stylistic devices and analyze his portrayals of ethnicity, gender and sexual preference in the context of their historical periods.

F/TV 50: Introduction to Film/Television Directing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, two hours lecture-laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 20. Co-requisite: Film/Television 50 students must also enroll in Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y or 54Z. Course Description: Development and execution of short, single-camera-style projects focusing on the skills of directing and editing.

00901 00901

F/TV-050.-01 F/TV-050.-01

Introduction to Film/Television Directing (CLAS) Introduction to Film/Television Directing (CLAS)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM

Th Th

LISHA, ZAKI LISHA, ZAKI

AT107 AT107

F/TV 52A: 16mm Film Production II

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 22. Co-requisite: Film/Television 52A students must also enroll in Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y or 54Z. Course Description: Advanced sound film editing, laboratory procedures, interior and exterior lighting techniques, color cinematography. Emphasis on individual student projects.

30951 30951

F/TV-052A-61 F/TV-052A-61

16mm Film Production II (CLAS) 16mm Film Production II (LAB)

05:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:30 PM-11:20 PM

M M

IRWIN, DENNIS IRWIN, DENNIS

AT115 AT115

F/TV 52B: 16mm Film Production III

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 22 and 52A. Co-requisite: Film/Television 52B students must also enroll in Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y or 54Z. Course Description: Advanced production and post-production techniques, including sync-sound production and editing, music editing, preparing for the sound mix. Emphasis on individual projects.

00903 00903

F/TV-052B-61 F/TV-052B-61

16mm Film Production III (CLAS) 16mm Film Production III (LAB)

05:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:30 PM-11:20 PM

M M

IRWIN, DENNIS IRWIN, DENNIS

AT115 AT115

F/TV 53: Non-Linear Editing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, two hours lecture-laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 20. Co-requisite: Film/Television 53 students must also enroll in Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y or 54Z. Course Description: Concepts and techniques of non-linear digital film and video editing, including organization of the editing process, working the timeline and audio editing, with emphasis on the principles and aesthetics of film and video editing.

00904 00904

F/TV-053.-61 F/TV-053.-61

Non-Linear Editing (CLAS) Non-Linear Editing (CLAS)

05:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:30 PM-10:20 PM

T T

COHN, DARCY COHN, DARCY

AT107 AT107

F/TV 54X: Film/Television Production Laboratory

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y and 54Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y and 54Z students must also enroll in Film/Television 20 or any other Film/Television production course. Course Description: Instruction in the use of film and television laboratory equipment and facilities to fulfill assigned projects in other film and television production courses.

31023 00906 00905

F/TV-054X-01 F/TV-054X-61 F/TV-054X-62

Film/Television Production Laboratory (CLAS) Film/Television Production Laboratory (LAB) Film/Television Production Laboratory (LAB)

11:30 AM-02:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM

T M Th

LISHA, ZAKI HAACK, WARREN COHN, DARCY

AT110 AT110 AT110

F/TV 54Y: Film/Television Production Laboratory

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y and 54Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) ||

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Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Film/Television 54, 54X, 54Y and 54Z students must also enroll in Film/Television 20 or any other Film/Television production course. Course Description: Instruction in the use of film and television laboratory equipment and facilities to fulfill assigned projects in other film and television production courses.

00907

F/TV-054Y-01

Film/Television Production Laboratory (LAB)

11:30 AM-05:20 PM

T

LISHA, ZAKI

AT110

F/TV 55A: Video Studio Production

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to multi-camera television studio production procedures and techniques, with emphasis on camera, audio, graphics, scripting, directing, and producing.

00908 F/TV-055A-01 Video Studio Production (CLAS) 00908 F/TV-055A-01 Video Studio Production (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): F/TV-055A-01: Only offered in Winter and Spring Quarters.

12:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-06:20 PM

W W

ZANARDI, RICHARD ZANARDI, RICHARD

AT107 AT107

F/TV 60A: Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video I

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introduction to scriptwriting for film and video; the role of the script in media production; format and structure in the script; the basic skills of scriptwriting for fiction and nonfiction.

00909 00910

F/TV-060A-01 F/TV-060A-61

Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video I (CLAS) Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video I (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

W T

GOLDMAN, BARAK GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115 AT115

F/TV 60B: Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video II

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 60A. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Intermediate course in scriptwriting for fiction and nonfiction film and video projects; examination of structure and characterization in dramatic narrative; consideration of approach and structure in nonfiction; emphasis on development and revision of script projects.

00911

F/TV-060B-61

Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video II (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

Th

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

F/TV 60C: Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video III

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 60B. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Advanced course in scriptwriting for fiction and non-fiction film and video projects; examination of classical and experimental structures in fiction and non-fiction; further practice in the development and revision of script projects.

00912

F/TV-060C-61

Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video III (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

Th

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

F/TV 64A: Fiction Screenwriting I

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 60B or 60C. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Fictional screenwriting geared toward the planning, outlining and structuring of an original three-act feature-length fiction screenplay and the writing of the first-act.

00913

F/TV-064A-01

Fiction Screenwriting I (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM

T

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

F/TV 64B: Fiction Screenwriting II

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 64A. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An intensive seminar in writing feature-length fiction screenplays; Practice in the development and completion of a three-act narrative script focusing on plot, character development, arcs, turning points and journeys.

00914

F/TV-064B-01

Fiction Screenwriting II (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM

T

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

F/TV 64C: Fiction Screenwriting III

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 64B. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An intensive workshop in the re-writing of feature-length fiction screenplays; strengthening the plot, character development, arcs, turning points and journeys; preparing the material for submission to the marketplace; pitching and strategies in breaking into the entertainment industry will be discussed.

00915

F/TV-064C-01

Fiction Screenwriting III (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM

T

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

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F/TV 65: Current Practices in the Film/Video Profession

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Current creative, technical, economic, and employment conditions in film and video as seen by working professionals.

30959 F/TV-065.-61 Current Practices in the Film/Video Profession (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM M MCNAMARA, MARTIN AT120 Course Notes (Winter): F/TV-065.-61: Current Practices (Contemporary Animation Production). This course features personal visits by professional filmmakers from the world's leading animation studios, discussing their creative roles, their special techniques, and launching careers in the industry. Videos of recent personal appearances at De Anza by renowned international animators, who screen and analyze their Oscar-nominated or Oscar-winning films and discuss achieving success as independent artists, will also be screened.

F/TV 79G: Workshop with Professional Traditional Animator

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, two hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Film/Television 79G and 79H may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Intensive workshop in a specialized area of drawn or puppet animation production (e.g. writing, storyboard, layout, fabrication, lighting, motion design, soundtrack construction, etc.) with an instructor with full-time experience on feature films or national television commercials at a major Bay Area animation studio (Industrial Light & Magic, Wild Brain, Twitching Image/Skellington, Phil Tippett Studios, etc.) Repeatable as instructors, topics and/or student productions vary.

30960 F/TV-079G-01 Workshop with Professional Traditional Animator (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM T MCNAMARA, MARTIN AT107 30960 F/TV-079G-01 Workshop with Professional Traditional Animator (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM T MCNAMARA, MARTIN AT107 Course Notes (Winter): F/TV-79G-01: Workshop with Professional Traditional Animator (Sound Design for Animators). Principles of soundtrack design to accompany the unique properties of the animated image. Investigation of the aesthetics and techniques of film music. Recording, editing and mixing of voice, music and sound effects using location, studio and library sources. Exercises in lip-synched character dialogue, musical editing and synchronization to animation, and sound effects ambiences. This topic is only offered in Winter Quarter.

F/TV 80A: Theory and Technique of Acting for the Camera

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Theatre Arts 80A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Film/Television 80A and Theatre Arts 80A may be taken two times for credit as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Film/Television 86A.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Theatre Arts 20A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The basic fundamentals of acting for the camera are explored. Exercises, demonstrations and improvisations are used to practice the techniques of acting. Scenes are rehearsed, taped and critiqued.

00924 F/TV-080A-61 Theory and Technique of Acting for the Camera (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): F/TV-080A-61: Only offered in Winter Quarter. Also listed as THEA-080A-61.

TTh

SCHWARTZ, NEIL

G3

F/TV 98G: Fiction Workshop (The Writer, Producer, Director)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Film/Television 98G, 98H and 98J may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 20. Course Description: Advanced workshop in the writing, producing or directing of complex scenes or multiple scene works of narrative/dramatic film or video.

30978 F/TV-098G-61 Fiction Workshop (The Writer, Producer, Director) (CLAS) 05:30 PM-11:20 PM W GOLDMAN, BARAK AT115 Course Notes (Winter): F/TV-098G-61: FICTN WRKSHP(WRIT/PROD/DIR). Based on the model of a studio production company, Hollywood North Podcast Productions will allow students to experience the development and pre-production, production and post-production phases of filmmaking in a Hollywood-simulated professional environment.

F/TV 98H: Fiction Workshop (The Technical Crew)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Film/Television 98G, 98H and 98J may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 20. Course Description: Advanced workshop in cinematography, art direction, sound recording, and other techniques and craft skills essential to the production of narrative/dramatic film and video projects.

30979 F/TV-098H-61 Fiction Workshop (The Technical Crew) (CLAS) 05:30 PM-11:20 PM W GOLDMAN, BARAK AT115 Course Notes (Winter): F/TV-098H-61: FICTION WRKSHP(TECH CREW). Based on the model of a studio production company, Hollywood North Podcast Productions will allow students to experience the development and pre-production, production and post-production phases of filmmaking in a Hollywood-simulated professional environment.

F/TV 98J: Fiction Workshop (Editing/Post Production)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Film/Television 98G, 98H and 98J may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Film/Television 20. Course Description: Advanced workshop in the post-production phase including elements of picture and sound editing and sound mixing for narrative/dramatic film and video projects.

30980 F/TV-098J-61 Fiction Workshop (Editing/Post Production) (CLAS) 05:30 PM-11:20 PM W GOLDMAN, BARAK AT115 Course Notes (Winter): F/TV-098J-61: FICTN WRKSHP(EDIT/POST PROD). Based on the model of a studio production company, Hollywood North Podcast Productions will allow students to experience the development and pre-production, production and post-production phases of filmmaking in a Hollywood-simulated professional environment.

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CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

FREN 1: Elementary French (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduction to the language and cultures of the French-speaking countries. Basic speaking, listening, reading and writing of French will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture. Language laboratory practice to reinforce pronunciation, grammar and syntax.

00928 00929

FREN-001.-01 FREN-001.-02

Elementary French (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary French (First Quarter) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWThF MTWThF

KARST, LAURA THAO, CHANTAL

L61 L61

FREN 2: Elementary French (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: French 1 (equivalent to one year of high school French) or equivalent. Course Description: Further development of material presented in French 1. Continuation of introduction to the language and cultures of the French-speaking countries. Basic speaking, listening, reading and writing of French will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture. Language laboratory practice to reinforce pronunciation, grammar and syntax.

00930 00931

FREN-002.-01 FREN-002.-61

Elementary French (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary French (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF TTh

KARST, LAURA CARRASCO, MARIEHELENE

L61 L61

FREN 3: Elementary French (Third Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: French 2 (equivalent to two years of high school French) or equivalent. Course Description: Further development of material presented in French 1 and French 2. Completion of introduction to the language and cultures of the French-speaking countries. Basic speaking, listening, reading and writing of French will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture. Language laboratory practice to reinforce pronunciation, grammar and syntax.

30010

FREN-003.-01

Elementary French (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

HAFID, LOUBNA

L61

FREN 4: Intermediate French (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: French 3 (equivalent to three years of high school French) or equivalent. Course Description: Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, geography, history and culture of the French-speaking world. Review of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of first-year French. Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the first intermediate level.

00932

FREN-004.-01

Intermediate French (First Quarter) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

KARST, LAURA

L61

FREN 5: Intermediate French (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: French 4 (equivalent to four years of high school French) or equivalent. Course Description: Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, geography, history and culture of the French-speaking world. Review of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of first-year French. Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the second intermediate level.

00934

FREN-005.-01

Intermediate French (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

KARST, LAURA

L61

FREN 6: Intermediate French (Third Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: French 5 or equivalent. Course Description: Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, geography, history and culture of the French-speaking world. Review of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of first-year French. Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the third intermediate level.

00936

FREN-006.-01

Intermediate French (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

KARST, LAURA

L61

FREN 77: Special Projects in French

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of French 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) ||

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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Special reading, writing, or study projects in any discipline in French, determined in consultation with the instructor.

30718

FREN-077.-65R

Special Projects in French (LAB)

TBA

TBA

KARST, LAURA

TBA

****** Geography

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

GEO 1: Physical Geography

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: An introduction to the basic physical elements of geography and the diverse physical environment in which we live. Topics include the global patterns of weather and climate, landforms, soils and vegetation along with human modification of natural environments.

00939 00941 00943 00945 30404

GEO-001.-01 GEO-001.-02 GEO-001.-03 GEO-001.-04 GEO-001.-61

Physical Geography (CLAS) Physical Geography (CLAS) Physical Geography (CLAS) Physical Geography (CLAS) Physical Geography (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW

FERNANDEZ, PURBA FERNANDEZ, PURBA HITCHCOCK, MICHAEL HITCHCOCK, MICHAEL HITCHCOCK, MICHAEL

L23 L23 L23 L23 L23

GEO 4: Cultural Geography

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Formerly: (Formerly Geography 50.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Examining the location of people and activities throughout the world and understanding the reasons for their distribution. Topics covered include population and migration, human-environment relationships, geographies of language, religion, race and ethnicity, economic activities, political organization and settlement patterns including the urban environment.

00946

GEO-004.-01

Cultural Geography (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

FERNANDEZ, PURBA

L23

GEO 10: World Regional Geography

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: An introduction to the major distinctive regions of the world; their natural environment, people, resources, agriculture, manufacturing, trade, cities and the problems relating to contemporary society in each of the regions. Understanding the increasing interdependencies among and between regions.

00947 00948

GEO-010.-01 GEO-010.-02

World Regional Geography (CLAS) World Regional Geography (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MW TTh

HOLSTROM, MARCIA HOLSTROM, MARCIA

L23 L23

****** Geology

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

GEOL 10: Introductory Geology

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Analysis and description of the composition, structure, and development of the earth's external and internal features. Examination of the concepts and principles upon which geologic knowledge is based. (One Saturday field trip is required.)

00949 00949

GEOL-010.-01 GEOL-010.-01

Introductory Geology (CLAS) Introductory Geology (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-04:20 PM

MTWTh T

CICHANSKI, MAREK DILEONARDO, CHRISTOPHER CICHANSKI, MAREK

S32 S15

00950

GEOL-010.-02

Introductory Geology (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

S32

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00950

GEOL-010.-02

Introductory Geology (LAB)

01:30 PM-04:20 PM

W

DILEONARDO, CHRISTOPHER CICHANSKI, MAREK DILEONARDO, CHRISTOPHER COOK, JOHN COOK, JOHN DILEONARDO, CHRISTOPHER DILEONARDO, CHRISTOPHER

S15

00951 00951

GEOL-010.-03 GEOL-010.-03

Introductory Geology (CLAS) Introductory Geology (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-04:20 PM

MTWTh Th

S32 S15

00952 00952 30345 30345

GEOL-010.-61 GEOL-010.-61 GEOL-010.-62 GEOL-010.-62

Introductory Geology (CLAS) Introductory Geology (LAB) Introductory Geology (CLAS) Introductory Geology (CLAS)

06:00 PM-07:50 PM 08:00 PM-09:20 PM 06:00 PM-07:45 PM 08:00 PM-09:20 PM

MW MW TTh TTh

S15 S15 S15 S15

GEOL 20: General Oceanography

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: An introduction to the physical environment of the ocean. Origin and evolution of ocean basins; sea-floor morphology; origin, distribution, historical record, and economic significance of marine sediments; ocean currents, climate and the ocean system, waves, tides, and changing sea level; beaches, shorelines, and coastal processes; marine resources, pollution, and human impacts on the oceans. (One Saturday field trip is required.)

31089

GEOL-020.-02

General Oceanography (CLAS)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWTh

DILEONARDO, CHRISTOPHER

S15

****** German

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

GERM 1: Elementary German (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the language and cultures of the German speaking countries. Basic speaking, listening, reading and writing of German will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. The emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture. Language laboratory practice to reinforce pronunciation, grammar and syntax.

30293

GERM-001.-02

Elementary German (First Quarter) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

CHIRIAEVA, LARISSA

L66

GERM 2: Elementary German (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: German 1 (equivalent to one year of high school German) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further development of material presented in German 1. Continuation of introduction to the language and cultures of the German-speaking countries. Basic speaking, listening, reading and writing of German will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. The emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture. Language laboratory practice to reinforce pronunciation, grammar and syntax.

30281 00956

GERM-002.-01 GERM-002.-61

Elementary German (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary German (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF MW

CHIRIAEVA, LARISSA AHRENDS, MAIKE

L66 L66

GERM 4: Intermediate German (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: German 3 (equivalent to three years of high school German) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the first intermediate level. Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, history, geography and culture of the German-speaking world. Review and expansion of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of first-year German.

00957

GERM-004.-61

Intermediate German (First Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

AHRENDS, MAIKE

L66

GERM 5: Intermediate German (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: German 4 (equivalent to four years of high school German) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the second intermediate level. Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, history, geography and culture of the German-speaking world. Review and expansion of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of first-year German.

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00958

GERM-005.-61

Intermediate German (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

AHRENDS, MAIKE

L66

GERM 6: Intermediate German (Third Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: German 5 or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the third intermediate level. Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, history, geography and culture of the German-speaking world. Review and expansion of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of first-year German.

00959

GERM-006.-61

Intermediate German (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

AHRENDS, MAIKE

L66

****** Guidance

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

GUID 200: Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Learning Skills Assessment

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Guidance 100.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Individualized psycho-educational assessment which provides an analysis of learning strengths and weaknesses, cognitive/perceptual abilities and academic achievement levels. Assessment results may be utilized to determine a student's eligibility for community college learning disability services. College and community resources to enhance access and success will be introduced.

30037

GUID-200.-01

Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Learning Skills Assessment (CLAS)

TBA

TBA

CENTANNI, DEBORAH

EDC

GUID 202: Student Success Strategies

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Guidance 102.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Guidance 200. Course Description: Optimal learning strategies and accommodative techniques for students with special learning needs. Evaluate and apply successful learning tools in areas such as time management, goal setting, memory, processing information, test taking strategies and learning styles.

30423

GUID-202.-1

Student Success Strategies (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

LYDGATE, DIANE

L83

GUID 207: Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Introductory Writing and Grammar Skills

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Guidance 107.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Guidance 200. Course Description: Basic writing and editing skills for students with specialized learning needs preparing for college level writing activities. Engage in diverse writing formats including structured paragraphs on a variety of topics using compensatory written learning strategies. Practice parts of speech, capitalization, punctuation, sentence structure, and paragraph development.

30407

GUID-207.-01

Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Introductory Writing and Grammar Skills (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

TTh

FRIESEN, HAZEL

E24

GUID 209: Arithmetic Skills and Strategies

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Guidance 109.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Guidance 200 or placement by a counselor/adviser. Course Description: A transition class for students with special learning needs. The class is designed to improve skills in mathematics by addressing areas of difficulty common to students with disabilities in mathematics. The class moves at a slower pace and includes small group instruction.

30408

GUID-209.-1

Arithmetic Skills and Strategies (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

TAKAHASHI, JANET

L83

GUID 211: Algebra Skills I

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Guidance 111.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Guidance 200 or placement by a counselor/adviser. Course Description: A transitional class for students with special learning needs. The class is designed to improve skills in mathematics by addressing areas of difficulty common to student with disabilities in mathematics. The class moves at a slower pace with small group instruction. This class also includes alternative learning strategies for mastering algebraic concepts.

30410

GUID-211.-01

Algebra Skills I (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

TAKAHASHI, JANET

S15

GUID 218: Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Group Instructional Assistance

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Guidance 118.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Guidance 204, 207, 209, 211 or 212. Course Description: Small group collaborative and instructional support focused on reducing learning difficulties associated with learning and other types of disabilities and

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on developing study strategies designed to improve academic performance.

30039

GUID-218.-01

Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Group Instructional Assistance (CLAS)

TBA

TBA

CENTANNI, DEBORAH

EDC

GUID 219: Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Instructional Assistance Laboratory

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Guidance 119.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Instructional support laboratory that provides students with disabilities strategies for effective studying and to improve academic performance.

30414

GUID-219.-01

Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Instructional Assistance Laboratory (CLAS)

TBA

TBA

CENTANNI, DEBORAH

EDC

****** History

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

HIST 2: Introduction to California Studies

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Interdisciplinary introduction to California as a region of the earth and of the mind: landscapes, environments and biosystems, peoples and culture, human communities and history, arts and literature, technological systems.

00960

HIST-002.-01

Introduction to California Studies (CLAS)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWTh

CINI, CAROL

L26

HIST 3A: World History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 3A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Beginning with late prehistoric times and covering to 750 Common Era (C.E.), focusing on the world's ancient peoples, cultures and civilizations. Interdisciplinary, multi-perspective view of world history, using a thematic approach and offering a balanced, representative and inclusive sampling of the world's cultures from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

30272 00964

HIST-003A-01 HIST-003A-01L

World History (CLAS) World History (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-01:20 PM

MTWTh F

KLINE, BEN GEROULD, ALEXANDER

L28 L23

HIST 3B: World History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 3B. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Beginning with 750 C.E. and covering to 1750 Common Era (C.E.), focusing on the convergence of the world's peoples, cultures and civilizations. Interdisciplinary, multi-perspective view of world history, using a thematic approach and offering a balanced, representative and inclusive sampling of the world's cultures from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

00965 30133

HIST-003B-01 HIST-003B-02

World History (CLAS) World History (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MTWTh TTh

KLINE, BEN WHITE, WENDY

FOR1 L27

30468 * HIST-003B-63Z World History (TBA) TBA TBA STEVENS, MARGARET LC107 Course Notes (Winter): HIST-003B-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to e-mail and the Internet. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu /distance/ .

HIST 3C: World History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 3C. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5 . Course Description: Beginning with 1750 Common Era (C.E.) and covering to the present, focusing on recent and current interactions between the world's peoples, cultures and civilizations. Interdisciplinary, multi-perspective view of world history, using a thematic approach and offering a balanced, representative and inclusive sampling of the world's cultures from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

00969

HIST-003C-01

World History (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

RAMSEY-OSBORNE, RAEANN KNITTEL, GREGORY

L26

00971

HIST-003C-61

World History (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

M

ADM101

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HIST 4A: History of Western Civilization

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: The development of Western culture from its origins in the Near East through the Hellenistic era, with an emphasis on the growth of ancient Greek rationalism.

00972

HIST-004A-01

History of Western Civilization (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

MARDER, PATRICK

L72

HIST 4B: History of Western Civilization

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: The development of Western culture from the Roman Republic through the Middle Ages, with an emphasis on the growth of Judeo-Christian and Islamic traditions.

00973

HIST-004B-01

History of Western Civilization (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

STEVENS, MARGARET

L72

HIST 7A: Colonial Latin American History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 38A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Colonial Latin America and its role in the Atlantic world (to 1825) including the independence movements. Themes cover social, intellectual and cultural developments, impact of poverty, race and gender relations and popular culture.

00976

HIST-007A-01

Colonial Latin American History (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

MUJAL, CARLOS

G1

HIST 9: Women in American History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Women's Studies 9. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Critical examination of the social, economic, cultural and political history of American women from the colonial times to the present. Emphasis on the movements which enhanced women's political and economic rights, the social roles which defined women primarily by their gender and the legal realities that women faced. Significant moral, political and economic issues will be assessed.

00977

HIST-009.-01

Women in American History (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

CINI, CAROL

L26

HIST 10: History of California

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: California history from Native American cultures to the present. Emphasis is placed on introducing students to the discipline of history through cultural, social, economic, political, and environmental resource issues. Practice in critical analysis of primary and secondary sources.

30883

HIST-010.-01

History of California (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

MUJAL, CARLOS

S75

HIST 17A: History of the United States to Early National Era

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: U.S. civilization to Early National Era. A survey of the social, cultural, political, economic and intellectual development of the Colonial Era with emphasis on the era of the American Revolution, the development of the Constitution, and the role of the major ethnic, social and gender groups in the American experience.

00978 00979 30142 00982 30882 00980 00985

HIST-017A-01 HIST-017A-02 HIST-017A-03 HIST-017A-04 HIST-017A-05 HIST-017A-06 HIST-017A-61

History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 04:00 PM-05:50 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh TTh TTh MW MW

MUJAL, CARLOS HOWARD-PITNEY, DAVID MUJAL, CARLOS HICKLING, ANNE CINI, CAROL CINI, CAROL REGUA, NANNETTE

S75 FOR4 S75 S75 L26 L26 L28

HIST 17B: History of the United States from 1800 to 1900

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.

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Course Description: U.S. civilization from 1800 to 1900. A survey of United States history (political, economic, intellectual, and social development).

30884 30885

HIST-017B-01 HIST-017B-02

History of the United States from 1800 to 1900 (CLAS) History of the United States from 1800 to 1900 (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh

STEVENS, MARGARET KNITTEL, GREGORY

ADM119 L72

30886 * HIST-017B-63Z History of the United States from 1800 to 1900 (TBA) TBA TBA MUJAL, CARLOS LC107 Course Notes (Winter): HIST-017B-63Z: Online course with required on-campus meetings. Access to a computer, the Web, an individual e-mail address and a high-speed internet connection is required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

HIST 17C: History of the United States from 1900 to the Present

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: American civilization from 1900 to the present. A survey of United States History (political, economic, intellectual, and social development).

00994 31019 00996 00998 30887

HIST-017C-01 HIST-017C-01L HIST-017C-02 HIST-017C-03 HIST-017C-61

History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 01:30 PM-05:20 PM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MTWTh F MTWTh MW TTh

HOWARD-PITNEY, DAVID GEROULD, ALEXANDER STEVENS, MARGARET IGNOFFO, MARY HICKLING, ANNE

ADM119 L23 L72 MQ-3 S75

30474 * HIST-017C-63Z History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (TBA) TBA TBA HOWARD-PITNEY, DAVID LC107 Course Notes (Winter): HIST-017C-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to e-mail and the Internet. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu /distance/ .

HIST 19A: History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (through the 18th Century)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as International Studies 19A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introductory study of the development of Chinese and Japanese civilizations from their origins through the eighteenth century.

01000

HIST-019A-01

History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (through the 18th 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Century) (CLAS)

MW

LEE, DOUGLAS

CHC

HIST 19B: History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (19th - 21st Centuries)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as International Studies 19B. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introductory study of the development of modern China and Japan from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries.

01001

HIST-019B-01

History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (19th - 21st Centuries) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

LEE, DOUGLAS

CHC

HIST 28: Social Environmental History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 28. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly History 64.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An historical survey of human societies and their influence on the environments in which they developed. An examination of rapidly decreasing world resources, pollution, and the environment in general are examined in a historical context through a chronological approach, beginning with the ancient civilizations, the spreading of humanity across the globe, the cultural, social, and environmental implications, and ending with a discussion of contemporary environmental issues as they affect modern society.

01002

HIST-028.-01

Social Environmental History (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

KLINE, BEN

G1

HIST 52X: Topics in History of Transportation in California

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of History 52W and 52X may be taken up to six times as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Examination of topics relating to California's transportation history looking at the influences of various cultures and national rulerships from the earliest human occupation to the present.

30923 30923 30923 30923

HIST-052X-95 HIST-052X-95 HIST-052X-95 HIST-052X-95

Topics in History of Transportation in California (CLAS) Topics in History of Transportation in California (CLAS) Topics in History of Transportation in California (CLAS) Topics in History of Transportation in California (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM 09:00 AM-04:40 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM 09:00 AM-04:40 PM

Th S Th S

FORBES SR, CHATHAM FORBES SR, CHATHAM FORBES SR, CHATHAM TBA

CHC TBA CHC TBA

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Course Notes (Winter): HIST-052X-95: History 52X - Ships and Sea Traders in Early California Instructor: Chatham Forbes Units: 2 Room: CHC Days/Times: Lectures: Th 3/1, Th3/8; 6:20-10:00 PM Field Studies: Sat 3/3, 9:00 AM-5:30PM - Monterey seaport sites Sat 3/10, 9:00 AM-5:30 PM - San Francisco seaport sites Course Description: Furs, cowhides, tallow, wheat gold, and silver lured increasing sea traffic to California over the centuries after discovery. Soldiers, missionaries, ranchers, miners, and various others arrived. Foreign traders diversified the culture and enriched the economy. The Gold Rush and Silver Bonanza brought transformation on a grand scale.

HIST 53X: Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of History 53W and 53X may be taken up to six times as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Topics relating to California's sites and monuments through a historical perspective of various eras and major architects who created or influenced them. Consideration of the political, socioeconomic, geographical and environmental conditions providing the historical and cultural context in which these styles evolved.

30925 HIST-053X-95 Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments (CLAS) 04:00 PM-07:50 PM M IGNOFFO, MARY CHC 30925 HIST-053X-95 Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments (CLAS) 04:00 PM-07:50 PM M IGNOFFO, MARY CHC 30925 HIST-053X-95 Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:30 PM F TBA TBA 30925 HIST-053X-95 Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:30 PM S TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): HIST-053X-95: Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments HIST 53x 2 units Ethnic Communities of New Almaden Quicksilver Mine Instructor: Mary Jo Ignoffo [email protected] Class meetings: Mondays, January 30 and February 13, 2012 4 -7:45 pm Field study: Friday February 3 and Saturday February 11 The New Almaden mine is the site of the first mercury deposit discovered on the American continent and has yielded metal of greater value than that of any other mine in the State, producing nearly one-third of the country's supply of mercury. New Almaden was named for the Almaden mine in Spain, the world's greatest mercury producer. Until the discovery of the cyanide process in 1887, quicksilver was the chief reduction agent used in processing gold and silver, making it vital during California?s Gold Rush. Production at the mine fluctuated until 1927 when mining activity was terminated for the first time since 1849. Mining was resumed during World War II. This class will explore the mine?s activity and the miners who carried out the work during the 19th and 20th centuries. We will visit the site where. A few of the 1850s wooden and adobe structures, offices, mine structures and old furnace buildings remain. The site became a National Historic Landmark in 1964 and part of Santa Clara County's park district in 1975.

HIST 54X: Special Topics: Significant Californians

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of History 54W and 54X may be taken up to six times as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Works and achievements of specific Californians will be studied in relation to how they affected the trends, social climate, history and development of California.

30926 HIST-054X-95 Special Topics: Significant Californians (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Th FORBES SR, CHATHAM CHC 30926 HIST-054X-95 Special Topics: Significant Californians (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Th FORBES SR, CHATHAM CHC 30926 HIST-054X-95 Special Topics: Significant Californians (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:30 PM S TBA TBA 30926 HIST-054X-95 Special Topics: Significant Californians (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:30 PM S TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): HIST-054X-95: - Robert Louis Stevenson in California Instructor: Chatham Forbes Units: 2 Room: CHC Dates/Times: Lectures: Th 1/26, Th 2/2; 6:20-10:00 PM Field Studies: Sat 1/28, 8:30 AM-5:30 PM - Monterey sites Sat 2/4, 8:30 AM-5:30 PM - Saint Helena sites Course Description: In 1879 a young writer from a staid Scottish family rode the transcontinental railroad to California in pursuit of Fannie Osbourne. The lovers were united in Monterey, married in San Francisco and honeymooned on Mount Saint Helena. The written record of their presence in California reveals superbly the scenes and conditions of that era.

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CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

HLTH 21: Contemporary Health Concerns

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Development of understanding and attitudes relative to personal, family, community, and global health needs. Attention given to mental health, drug abuse, infectious and degenerative diseases, family health, nutrition, exercise, the life cycle, and ecological conditions of health significance. Study of common lifestyle behaviors will emphasize self-help and preventable aspects of medical care.

01005 * HLTH-021.-63Z Contemporary Health Concerns (CLAS) TBA TBA LIECHTY, BARBARA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): HLTH-021.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

HLTH 51: Health and Fitness

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Physical Education 51. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the disciplines of Physical Education and Health through fitness, wellness and lifestyle management. Concepts of wellness from an interdisciplinary and multicultural perspective. Practices and beliefs that contribute to fitness and healthful living. Exploration of past and current theories of health and fitness with emphasis on the roles of genetics, gender, and age. Students will assess their own cardiovascular capacity, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, body composition, in and out of class.

01006

HLTH-051.-01

Health and Fitness (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

OWIESNY, CHERYL

PE673

HLTH 57A: First Aid for the Community, Home, Wilderness, and Disasters

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken once every three years for credit.) ||

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Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Designed for certification in American Red Cross First Aid. Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic care for injuries and sudden illness until advanced medical personnel take over. Adaptations for delayed help situations such as a wilderness environment or after an earthquake. Upon successful completion of the course, each participant will receive an American Red Cross certification in Standard First Aid (valid for three years).

30999

First Aid for the Community, Home, Wilderness, and Disasters 01:30 PM-04:20 PM F DONAHUE, MARY S75 (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): HLTH-057A-55L: This class meets four Fridays, February 24 and March 2, 9, and 16. Students must attend all class meetings to receive credit for the course. For important information visit the following Web site: http://faculty.deanza.edu/donahuemary/Health57A

HLTH-057A-55L

HLTH 57D: CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer - Recertification

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken once per year for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Must have current certificate from the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillation (CPR/AED) for the professional rescuer. Course Description: Designed to recertify the trained candidate in CPR/AED for the professional rescuer. The course meets Cal-OSHA standards for basic requirements.

30426 HLTH-057D-55 CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer - Recertification (TBA) TBA TBA DONAHUE, MARY Course Notes (Winter): HLTH-057D-55: For information regarding this course, students must go to the instructor website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/donahuemary/Health57D

TBA

HLTH 57E: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillation

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken three times per year for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Designed for certification in American Red Cross cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillation for the professional rescuer. Using American Red Cross standards, students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to apply the blood-borne pathogens regulations issued by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration with the intent to prevent disease transmission, recognize and provide basic care for breathing emergencies, perform adult, child and infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. (Upon successful completion of the course, each participant will receive an American Red Cross certification in CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer.)

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External 09:30 AM-12:20 PM F DONAHUE, MARY Defibrillation (LAB) 31000 HLTH-057E-55L Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External 09:30 AM-12:20 PM F DONAHUE, MARY Defibrillation (LAB) 31000 HLTH-057E-55L Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External 09:30 AM-12:20 PM F DONAHUE, MARY Defibrillation (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): HLTH-057E-55L: This class meets six Fridays, January 13, 20, and February 3, 10, 24, and March 2. Visit the following instructor website for important information: http://faculty.deanza.edu/donahuemary/Health57E

31000

HLTH-057E-55L

E35 E35 E35

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CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

HNDI 2: Elementary Hindi (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Hindi 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Hindi) or equivalent. Course Description: Further development of material presented in Hindi 1. Continuation of introduction to the language and culture of the Hindi-speaking states. Basic speaking, listening, reading and writing of Hindi will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. The emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture.

01010

HNDI-002.-01

Elementary Hindi (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

GUPTA, NILU

L65

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CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

HTEC 50: Introduction to Health Technologies

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.50 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Survey of health technology programs with emphasis on the professions; designed to assist in identifying personal strengths and weaknesses related to health technology professions; assist students in health technology professions to learn basic principles of human behavior.

30452 30452

* HTEC-050.-63Z Introduction to Health Technologies (CLAS) * HTEC-050.-63Z Introduction to Health Technologies (LAB)

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA HASSEL, PATRICIA

ONLINE ONLINE

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Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-050.-63Z: Live Video Delivered Course. Available Mondays, 2:00 to 3:30 PM, on local cable TV or video streamed to the desktop. Also available for checkout. Students may concurrently enroll in other HTEC courses. Orientation online or on-campus (recommended) Friday, 1/13, 5:00 to 6:00 PM in S-74. For more information go to http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30456 * HTEC-050.-65Z Introduction to Health Technologies (LAB) 02:00 PM-03:30 PM M HASSEL, PATRICIA LCW26 30456 * HTEC-050.-65Z Introduction to Health Technologies (CLAS) TBA TBA HASSEL, PATRICIA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-050.-65Z: Students meet in television classroom. By enrolling in this section students consent to having their image and voice televised and videotaped. Students may concurrently enroll in other HTEC courses. Mandatory orientation Monday, January 9, 2-3:30 p.m. in LCW26.

HTEC 60A: Basic Medical Terminology

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.50 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 50 (may be taken concurrently). (Those enrolled in De Anza College's Health Technologies programs must complete the pre/co-requisite; those not enrolled in Health Technologies programs do not need to complete the pre/co-requisite.) Course Description: Orientation to medical terminology; basic structure of medical terms and their components-prefixes, suffixes and roots with emphasis on analysis, definition, spelling and pronunciation.

01013 HTEC-060A-01 Basic Medical Terminology (CLAS) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-060A-01: Concurrent enrollment in other HTEC courses is not necessary.

T

HASSEL, PATRICIA

S74

30458 * HTEC-060A-63Z Basic Medical Terminology (CLAS) TBA TBA HASSEL, PATRICIA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-060A-63Z: Televised Course. Available on local cable TV, videostreamed to the desktop, and for checkout. Concurrent enrollment in other HTEC courses is not necessary. Recommended on campus orientation Friday, January 13, 6:00-7:00 pm in S-74. For more information on REQUIRED orientation go to http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

HTEC 60G: Advanced Medical Terminology

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.50 || Prerequisites: Advisory: Health Technologies 60A. Course Description: Application of medical terminology to the following body systems: digestive, urinary, reproductive, nervous, integumentary, sensory organs, and radiology.

01015

HTEC-060G-01

Advanced Medical Terminology (CLAS)

11:30 AM-01:20 PM

Th

POWERS, ROBERTA

S74

HTEC 61: Medical Communications

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.50 || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Health Technologies 61 students must also enroll in Health Technologies 101C. Advisory: Computer Applications and Office Systems 70A and 91AN; Health Technologies 60A. Course Description: Application of medical terminology, abbreviations, symbols, numbers, keyboarding appropriate formats in medical communications; medical chart notes, history and physicals, consultations and operative reports.

01016 HTEC-061.-61 Medical Communications (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-061.-61: Concurrent enrollment in HTEC 101C skills lab.

05:30 PM-08:20 PM

T

BROWN, MICHALA

SC3103

HTEC 64A: Basic Clinical Laboratory Procedures

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $6.50 || Formerly: (Formerly Health Technologies 64G.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Health Technologies 60A. Course Description: Introduction to the clinical laboratory: infection control, bloodborne pathogen standard, safety standards, laboratory requisition, specimen requirements, patient preparation, patient identification, specimen identification, venipuncture and skin puncture equipment.

01017 HTEC-064A-01 Basic Clinical Laboratory Procedures (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM M Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-064A-01: Students must have first two Hepatitis B vaccinations prior to the first day of class.

RUSSELL, JUANITA

S74

HTEC 64B: Advanced Clinical Laboratory Procedures

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $6.50 || Formerly: (Formerly Health Technologies 64H.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 64A. Co-requisite: Health Technologies 64B students must also enroll in Health Technologies 101A. Course Description: Addresses blood collection procedures and includes: safety, infection collection, circulatory system, pre-analytical considerations, blood collection equipment and supplies, blood collection procedures for venipuncture and skin puncture, special collections, specimen processing and handling, quality assurance, and legal issues.

01018 HTEC-064B-61 Advanced Clinical Laboratory Procedures (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM Th LAVIN, MARY Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-064B-61: Students must have completed HTEC 64A; concurrent enrollment in HTEC 101A skills lab; students must have had first two hepatitis B vaccinations.

S74

HTEC 68: Medical Reception Externship

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 60A, 71 and 73; Computer Applications and Office Systems 70A. Course Description: Practical medical reception experience in medical clinics.

01019 # HTEC-068.-55F Medical Reception Externship (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-068.-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

CLNIC

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HTEC 73: Medical Law and Ethics

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.50 || Prerequisites: Advisory: Health Technologies 60A. Course Description: Medical ethics, medical practice acts, legal relationship of patient and physician, legal responsibilities of the health technology team member, professional liability, physician's civic duties and arbitration.

01020

HTEC-073.-01

Medical Law and Ethics (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

Th

POWERS, ROBERTA

S74

HTEC 74: Medical Transcription with Advanced Terminology

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to four times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Health Technologies 74 students must also enroll in Health Technologies 101C. Advisory: Health Technologies 60A and 61. Course Description: Development of transcription skills necessary for a medical office using actual dictation from various medical specialties; advanced medical terminology.

01021 HTEC-074.-61 Medical Transcription with Advanced Terminology (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-074.-61: Concurrent enrollment in HTEC 101C skills lab.

05:30 PM-08:20 PM

T

BROWN, MICHALA

SC3103

HTEC 75: Medical Office Management

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: Health Technologies 60A and 72. Course Description: Advanced administrative skills including computerized accounts management duties of the medical office manager, personnel recruitment and training, financial management, office policy and procedure manuals, editorial and research duties and meeting arrangements.

01022

HTEC-075.-01

Medical Office Management (CLAS)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

T

POWERS, ROBERTA

SC3103

HTEC 83: Clinical Microbiology Laboratory

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $15.00 || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Health Technologies 83 students must also enroll in Health Technologies 83A. Course Description: An introduction to the various techniques and safety procedures in clinical microbiology. Emphasizes the morphology and identification of common pathogenic organisms. Correlation of test results with disease states will be accomplished. Successful completion of this course and Health Technology 83A is required to enroll in Clinical Microbiology Practicum, Health Technology 183.

01023 HTEC-083.-01 Clinical Microbiology Laboratory (LAB) 10:40 AM-12:45 PM MT BUCHNER, PATRICIA S73 Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-083.-01: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. For admission information email MLT Program Director: [email protected] This class is offered only once per year and is required for MLT certificate or degree.

HTEC 83A: Clinical Microbiology Lecture

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Health Technologies 83A students must also enroll in Health Technologies 83. Course Description: Addresses microorganisms of medical microbiology with emphasis on the characteristics of clinically significant microorganisms and their biochemical profile, media for isolation, and identification methods for selected pathogens. The student will be introduced to identification methods, theories, and techniques used in basic bacteriology, parasitology and mycology. Emphasizes routine organism identification. Correlating test results with disease states will be accomplished. Successful completion of this course and Health Technology 83 is required to enroll in Clinical Microbiology Practicum, Health Technology 183.

01024 HTEC-083A-01 Clinical Microbiology Lecture (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:35 AM MT BUCHNER, PATRICIA S73 Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-083A-01: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. For admission information email MLT Program Director: [email protected] This class is offered only once per year and is required for MLT certificate or degree.

HTEC 85A: Clinical Chemistry I Laboratory

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $15.00 || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Health Technologies 85A students must also enroll in Health Technologies 85C. Course Description: Teaches the general laboratory principles and specific basic instrumentation methodologies used in basic clinical chemistry analysis. After review of laboratory math, and a reintroduction to quality control and quality assurance, the student will be introduced to variables of the pre-analytical phase, characteristics important to quality lab technique and safety. Correlating test results with disease states will be accomplished. Successful completion of this course, Health Technology 85B, 85C and 85D are required to enroll in Clinical Chemistry Practicum, Health Technology 185.

01025 HTEC-085A-01 Clinical Chemistry I Laboratory (LAB) 08:30 AM-12:45 PM Th YAMADA, MARGARET S73 Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-085A-01: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. For admission information email MLT Program Director: [email protected] This class is offered only once per year and is required for MLT certificate or degree. 01026 HTEC-085A-02 Clinical Chemistry I Laboratory (LAB) 04:30 PM-08:45 PM Th WAGNER, DEBORAH S73 Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-085A-02: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. For admission information email MLT Program Director: [email protected] This class is offered only once per year and is required for MLT certificate or degree.

HTEC 85C: Clinical Chemistry I Lecture

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 ||

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Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Health Technologies 85C students must also enroll in Health Technologies 85A. Course Description: Fundamental principles of clinical chemistry will be presented. Topics include: laboratory math, basic supplies and equipment, testing variables, and analytical techniques. Detailed theory of enzymes, electrolytes, acid-base, trace metals, carbohydrates, cardiac, amino acids, proteins, porphyrins will be included. Basic quality control will be introduced. Correlating test results with disease states will be accomplished.

01027 HTEC-085C-61 Clinical Chemistry I Lecture (CLAS) 04:30 PM-08:45 PM T YAMADA, MARGARET S73 Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-085C-61: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. For admission information email MLT Program Director: [email protected] This class is offered only once per year and is required for MLT certificate or degree.

HTEC 90H: Medical Office Sterile Technique

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.50 || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Health Technologies 90H students must also enroll in Health Technologies 101E. Advisory: Health Technologies 60A and 90G. Course Description: Local application of heat and cold, medical office instruments, sterilization and disinfection of equipment and instruments, application of sterile gloves, assisting with minor office surgery, and bandaging.

01028 HTEC-090H-01 Medical Office Sterile Technique (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-090H-01: Concurrent enrollment in HTEC 101E skills lab.

11:30 AM-02:20 PM

W

HASSEL, PATRICIA

S74

HTEC 94: Administration of Medications

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to three times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 93 (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Pertinent anatomy and physiology, choice of equipment, proper technique, hazards and complications, post-treatment and test patient care and satisfactory performance of a minimum of ten intramuscular, subcutaneous, and intradermal injections; preparation and administration of oral medication.

01029 HTEC-094.-01 Administration of Medications (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-094.-01: Students must have first two Hepatitis B vaccinations prior to first day of class.

W

HASSEL, PATRICIA

S74

HTEC 95A: Medical Assisting Externship

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Nine hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A; and Biology 54G, 54H, 54I, 54J; and Computer Applications and Office Systems 84A, 104O, 110M; and Health Technologies 50, 60A, 60G, 60H, 61, 64A, 64B, 68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 90G, 90H, 91, 93, 94, 96A and 110. Course Description: Clinical medical assisting practical experience in medical facilities.

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# Medical Assisting Externship (LAB) TBA HTEC-095A-55F Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-095A-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 95B: Phlebotomy Technician I Externship

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Nine hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to two times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Application and Office Systems 70A, 90GA, 91AM; and Health 57A, 57E; and Health Technologies 50, 60A, 64A, 64B, 73, 95 and 101A. Course Description: Phlebotomy Technician I practical experience in medical facilities.

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# Phlebotomy Technician I Externship (LAB) TBA HTEC-095B-55F Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-095B-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 96A: Medical Assisting Externship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A; and Biology 54G, 54H, 54I, 54J; and Computer Application and Office Systems 84A, 104O, 110M; and Health Technologies 50, 60A, 60G, 60H, 61, 64A, 64B, 68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 90G, 90H, 91, 93, 94, 95A and 110. Course Description: Administrative and clinical medical assisting practical experience in medical facilities.

31079

# Medical Assisting Externship (LAB) TBA HTEC-096A-55F Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-096A-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 96B: Medical Secretarial Externship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Accounting 1A; and Biology 54G, 54H, 54I, 54J; and Computer Application and Office Systems 81H, 84A, 104O, 110M; and Health Technologies 50, 60A, 60G, 60H, 61, 68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 101C, 101D and 101G. Course Description: Medical secretarial practical experience in medical facilities.

31080

# Medical Secretarial Externship (LAB) TBA HTEC-096B-55F Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-096B-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

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HTEC 96C: Medical File Clerk Externship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Applications and Office Systems 70A, 90GA, 91AM, 110M, 104O; and Health Technologies 50, 60A and 73. Course Description: Medical file clerk practical experience in medical facilities.

31082

# Medical File Clerk Externship (LAB) TBA HTEC-096C-55F Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-096C-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 96D: Medical Record Clerk Externship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Applications and Office Systems 70AA, 90GA, 91AM, 110M, 104O; and Health Technologies 50, 60A, 71 and 73. Course Description: Medical record clerk practical experience in medical facilities.

31084

# Medical Record Clerk Externship (LAB) TBA HTEC-096D-55F Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-096D-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 96E: Business Office Clerk Externship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Computer Applications and Office Systems 70A, 90GA, 91AM, 110M, 104O; and Health Technologies 50, 60A, 72, 73 and 101D. Course Description: Business office clerk practical experience in medical facilities.

31085

# Business Office Clerk Externship (LAB) TBA HTEC-096E-55F Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-096E-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 96F: Insurance and Coding Externship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Biology 54G, 54H, 54I, 54J; and Health Technologies 50, 60A, 60G, 60H, 61, 72, 73, 101C and 101D. Course Description: Insurance and coding practical experience in medical facilities.

31087 # HTEC-096F-55F Insurance and Coding Externship (TBA) TBA Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-096F-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 96G: Medical Transcription Externship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Biology 54G, 54H, 54I, 54J; Health Technologies 50, 60A, 60G, 60H, 61, 73 and 74. Course Description: Medical transcription practical experience in medical facilities.

31088

# Medical Transcription Externship (LAB) TBA HTEC-096G-55F Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-096G-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 96H: EKG Externship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 50, 60A, 60G, 60H, 90G, 64A, 64B, 73, 91, 95B, 101A, 101B and 101F. Course Description: Lab assisting practical experience in medical facilities.

31096

# EKG Externship (LAB) TBA HTEC-096H-55F Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-096H-55F: Obtain externship request packet from instructor.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 101A: Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 64B (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Proper collection and handling of blood specimens while developing speed and accuracy.

01032 HTEC-101A-01 Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM T Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-101A-01: Concurrent enrollment in HTEC 64B; students must have had first two Hepatitis B vaccinations. 01033 HTEC-101A-61 Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures (LAB) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM T Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-101A-61: Concurrent enrollment in HTEC 64B; students must have had first two Hepatitis B vaccinations.

LAVIN, MARY

S74

LAVIN, MARY

S74

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HTEC 101C: Skill Building in Medical Communications and Medical Transcription

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 61 and/or 74 (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Development of speed and accuracy in skills learned in medical communications and medical transcription and advanced medical terminology.

Skill Building in Medical Communications and Medical Transcription (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-101C-61: Concurrent enrollment in HTEC 61 or HTEC 74.

01034

HTEC-101C-61

05:30 PM-08:20 PM

Th

ATWOOD, KATHRYN

SC3103

HTEC 101D: Skill Building in Medical Office Financial Procedures

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 72 (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Development of speed and accuracy in skills learned in medical office financial procedures course; skills include determining ICD-9CM and CPT codes, completing various types of insurance forms.

01035

# Skill Building in Medical Office Financial Procedures (LAB) HTEC-101D-61F

05:30 PM-08:20 PM

M

BROWN, MICHALA

S74

HTEC 101E: Skill Building in Medical Office Sterile Technique

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 90H (may be taken concurrently). Course Description: Development of speed and accuracy in skills learned in the medical office sterile technique course; skills include local application of heat and cold, application of sterile gloves, assisting with minor surgery, and bandaging.

01036

HTEC-101E-01

Skill Building in Medical Office Sterile Technique (LAB)

02:30 PM-05:20 PM

W

HASSEL, PATRICIA

S74

HTEC 110: Health Technologies Employment Preparation

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to three times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: To be taken the quarter before final externship. Course Description: Steps involved in seeking employment in medical facilities; preparation of resume and interviewing; preparation for certification examinations.

01037 HTEC-110.-55 Health Technologies Employment Preparation (TBA) TBA Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-110.-55: Contact instructor at (408)864-8789 for course syllabus.

TBA

HASSEL, PATRICIA

TBA

HTEC 180: Clinical Hematology/Urinalysis/ Coagulation Practicum

Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Eighteen hours laboratory (216 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Health Technology 280.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 80A, 81A and 82A. Course Description: Provides entry-level clinical laboratory practice/experience in the department of hematology, urinalysis and coagulation. Emphasis is place on technique, accuracy, and precision. Different instrumentation will be introduced as well as bench/manual methods. Competence will be evaluated based on final clinical evaluations. This practicum will be conducted at a clinical affiliate site that will be assigned by the MLT (Medical Laboratory Technician) Program Director.

01038 # HTEC-180.-55F Clinical Hematology/Urinalysis/ Coagulation Practicum (TBA) TBA TBA WAGNER, DEBORAH TBA Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-180.-55F: Enrollment restricted to students enrolled in De Anza's Medical Laboratory Technician Program. For admission information email MLT Program Director: [email protected]

HTEC 183: Clinical Microbiology Practicum

Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Eighteen hours laboratory (216 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Health Technology 283.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 83A. Course Description: Provides entry-level clinical laboratory practice/experience in the department of microbiology. Emphasis is place on technique, accuracy, and precision. Different instrumentation will be introduced as well as bench/manual methods. Competence will be evaluated based on final clinical evaluations. This practicum will take place at a clinical affiliate site that will be assigned by the MLT (Medical Laboratory Technician) Program Director.

01039 # HTEC-183.-55F Clinical Microbiology Practicum (TBA) TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-183.-55F: Enrollment restricted to students enrolled in De Anza's Medical Laboratory Technician Program.

WAGNER, DEBORAH

TBA

HTEC 184: Clinical Immunology/ Immunohematology Practicum

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Thirteen and one-half hours laboratory (162 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Health Technology 284.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 84A. Course Description: Provides entry-level clinical laboratory practice/experience in the department of serology and blood banking. Emphasis is placed on technique, accuracy, and precision. Different instrumentation will be introduced as well as bench/manual methods. Competence will be evaluated based on final clinical evaluations. This practicum will take place at a clinical affiliate site that will be assigned by the MLT (Medical Laboratory Technician) Program Director.

01040 # HTEC-184.-55F Clinical Immunology/ Immunohematology Practicum (TBA) TBA TBA WAGNER, DEBORAH TBA Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-284.-55F: Enrollment restricted to students enrolled in De Anza's Medical Laboratory Technician Program. For admission information email MLT Program Director: [email protected]

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HTEC 185: Clinical Chemistry Practicum

Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Eighteen hours laboratory (216 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Health Technology 285.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Health Technologies 85C and 85D. Course Description: Provides entry-level clinical laboratory practice/experience in the department of general and special chemistry. Emphasis is placed on technique, accuracy, and precision. Different instrumentation will be introduced as well as bench/manual methods. Competence will be evaluated based on final clinical evaluations. This practicum will be conducted at a clinical affiliate site that will be assigned by the MLT (Medical Laboratory Technician) Program Director.

01041 # HTEC-185.-55F Clinical Chemistry Practicum (TBA) TBA TBA WAGNER, DEBORAH TBA Course Notes (Winter): HTEC-285.-55F: Enrollment restricted to students enrolled in De Anza's Medical Laboratory Technician Program. For admission information email MLT Program Director: [email protected]

****** Human Development

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

HUMA 10: Human Sexuality

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: The comprehensive study of the biological, psychological and socio-cultural aspects of human sexuality. An exploration into values and attitudes and their relationship to behaviors and behavioral changes. Includes an assessment of various cultural mores and current safe sex practices.

01042 01043 01044 01045 01046 01047 30569 30570 30571 01048 01049 01050

HUMA-010.-01 HUMA-010.-02 HUMA-010.-03 HUMA-010.-04 HUMA-010.-05 HUMA-010.-06 HUMA-010.-07 HUMA-010.-08 HUMA-010.-09 HUMA-010.-61 HUMA-010.-62 HUMA-010.-63

Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS) Human Sexuality (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 04:00 PM-05:50 PM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 04:00 PM-05:50 PM 04:00 PM-05:50 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW MTWTh MW TTh M T Th

STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M

ADM101 L64 L64 L64 L64 L61 L26 L74 S35 MCC-10 MCC-10 G4

HUMA 20: Life Skills for Higher Education

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Human Development 57.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Addresses a multitude of life skills and strategies for success, with emphasis on attaining professional, personal and academic goals in a diverse society. Topics covered include creative and realistic goal setting, academic and life management, cultural learning styles, college and community resources, library and Internet use, time management, and techniques to reduce math and science anxiety. Evaluation and application of academic study methods to achieve subject matter mastery. Development of critical thinking skills, and application of reading, writing, note taking and test taking methods to improve personal strategies. Exploration of personal lifestyle and health factors, including the causes and management of stress, as it relates to academic success. Assessment of academic and career goals, selection of majors, and development of education plans. Topics from developmental psychology, learning theory and personality theory will be presented as a foundation for the course.

01053

HUMA-020.-01

Life Skills for Higher Education (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

STAFF, M

G1

HUMA 50: Understanding and Managing Stress

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $6.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: The study of stress as the interaction between the individual and the environment, viewed from psychological, sociological, and physiological perspectives, including gender, physical and psychological disabilities, sexual orientation, multicultural and global concerns.

01054 * HUMA-050.-01Y Understanding and Managing Stress (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM F HUYNH, KY-DUYEN L75 01054 * HUMA-050.-01Y Understanding and Managing Stress (CLAS) TBA TBA HUYNH, KY-DUYEN ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): HUMA-050.01Y: Online course with required weekly on-campus attendance on Friday's 9:30 AM to 11:20 AM. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

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31101

HUMA-050.-03

Understanding and Managing Stress (CLAS)

02:30 PM-04:20 PM

MW

DAHLKE, BARBARA

MCC-10

****** Humanities

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

HUMI 1: Creative Minds

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the study of creativity in human life; its sources, development, social purpose, and role in culture change. Students analyze creativity as a central source of meaning and purpose in their lives as well as a development of their unique combination of human intelligences. Lives of creative people from all over the world are examined and contextualized.

01055 30755 30111

HUMI-001.-01 HUMI-001.-02 HUMI-001.-04

Creative Minds (CLAS) Creative Minds (CLAS) Creative Minds (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh

BERNEY, APRYL BREITER, SALAMANDER RAMSEY-OSBORNE, RAEANN SHAW, JANET CLINCHARD, LORI RUEDA, ALYSIA

ECOT-1 ADM101 ADM101

01057 01058 30081

HUMI-001.-05 HUMI-001.-06 HUMI-001.-61

Creative Minds (CLAS) Creative Minds (CLAS) Creative Minds (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 05:30 PM-09:20 PM

MW TTh M

G4 ADM101 G4

01056 HUMI-001.-FY1 Creative Minds (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh BREITER, SALAMANDER ADM101 Course Notes (Winter): HUMI-001.-FY1: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY1, SOC.DO20.FY1, SOSC.DO97W.FY1 and EWRT.DO1A.FY1. 31068 HUMI-001.-FY2 Creative Minds (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh BREITER, SALAMANDER ADM101 Course Notes (Winter): HUMI-001.-FY2: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY2, SOC.DO20.FY2, SOSC.DO97W.FY2 and EWRT.DO1A.FY2. 31069 HUMI-001.-FY3 Creative Minds (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh BREITER, SALAMANDER ADM101 Course Notes (Winter): HUMI-001.-FY3: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY3, SOC.DO20.FY3, SOSC.DO97W.FY3 and EWRT.DO1A.FY3.

HUMI 6: Popular Culture

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Humanities 51.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Utilizes the methods of the humanities in a critical analysis of popular culture. This inquiry is framed in multicultural, historical and political contexts and will evaluate how popular culture is created and sustained by mass media and techniques of mass production, marketing and distribution. Students examine how social meaning is constructed by the "texts" of popular culture in a constantly changing era of globalization of information and economies.

01062 30756 01061

HUMI-006.-01 HUMI-006.-02 HUMI-006.-61

Popular Culture (CLAS) Popular Culture (CLAS) Popular Culture (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 05:30 PM-09:20 PM

MTWTh TTh W

BERNEY, APRYL BREITER, SALAMANDER RUEDA, ALYSIA

ADM101 ECOT-1 G4

HUMI 9: Introduction to Comparative Religion

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An interdisciplinary examination and comparison of the religious dimensions of human life: history, terminology, emotional experiences, concepts, attitudes, images, material expressions, conflicts, myths, metaphors, symbols, perceptions of nature and the natural environment and rituals relating to the particular social context of each tradition. Emphasis will be placed on the numerous practices and perspectives of women and men throughout time and from different cultures regarding their sense of the sacred.

01064 30114 30958

HUMI-009.-01 HUMI-009.-02 HUMI-009.-03

Introduction to Comparative Religion (CLAS) Introduction to Comparative Religion (CLAS) Introduction to Comparative Religion (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:15 PM

MTWTh MTWTh TTh

CLINCHARD, LORI CLINCHARD, LORI WHITE, WENDY

G4 G4 MQ-2A

HUMI 10: Global Religious Perspectives: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A historically grounded and contemporarily focused examination of the religious elements and experiences essential to the formation of the Western

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world view. Early Tribal, European, Asian, Babylonian, Persian, and Egyptian content will be important, while Judaism, Christianity, and Islam will be the central focus.

30957

HUMI-010.-01

Global Religious Perspectives: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (CLAS) Global Religious Perspectives: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

WHITE, WENDY

MQ-2A

30092

HUMI-010.-61

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

T

JECH, CARL

G4

HUMI 13: Introduction to Korean Popular Culture

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as International Studies 13. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Humanities 63.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An interdisciplinary introduction to contemporary Korean popular culture which explores modern Korean society across a wide range of themes such as identity, gender/sexuality, love/marriage, family and social value systems. Examines multi-levels of the socio-construction of modern Korean society through TV drama (soap opera), film and pop music. Also, it explores the unique patterns of Korean culture and Korean cultural issues related to contemporary Asian societies and global issues. No Korean language or studies experience necessary.

01070

HUMI-013.-01

Introduction to Korean Popular Culture (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

TTh

JUNG, YOUNG

G1

HUMI 15: Discussion on the Arts

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Art forms such as painting, sculpture, architecture, music, dance, drama, literature, film and photography will be explored to provide a forum for discussion on how the arts affect humanity, reflect the human spirit, touch the soul, and stimulate mankind's creativity. A great first time, multicultural exposure to the arts. Focus will be on enhancing the student's ability to experience the uniqueness of each art form and to develop a depth of understanding of its expression and relevance.

30476 * HUMI-015.-63Z Discussion on the Arts (TBA) TBA TBA HOFFMAN, BARBARA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): HUMI-015.-63Z: Online course. Access to e-mail and the Internet is required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

HUMI 16: Arts, Ideas and Values

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Interdisciplinary introduction to artistic cultural studies. A critical analysis of the dynamic process through which contemporary cultural values and social constructions of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, social class, religion and globalization shape and have been shaped by artistic expression. Special emphasis is placed on art as a tool for social change.

30757 01076

HUMI-016.-01 HUMI-016.-02L

Arts, Ideas and Values (CLAS) Arts, Ideas and Values (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 09:30 AM-01:25 PM

MTWTh S

CLINCHARD, LORI BERRY, LESLIE

G4 ADM101

01077 * HUMI-016.-63Z Arts, Ideas and Values (TBA) TBA TBA BRESNAN, ELIZABETH LC107 Course Notes (Winter): HUMI-016.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web, and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

HUMI 17: Introduction to Electronic Media

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Film/Television 10. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey course of the history, aesthetics, technology and social impacts of electronic media, including film, broadcasting and the Internet. Explores the role of government, advertising, audiences, and emerging technologies, their futures and impacts on global societies.

01078 01080

HUMI-017.-01 HUMI-017.-61

Introduction to Electronic Media (CLAS) Introduction to Electronic Media (CLAS)

09:30 AM-11:20 AM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

TTh T

SCHIERON, SARA SCHIERON, SARA

AT107 AT120

HUMI 18: History as Mystery: Western Perspectives in Global Contexts

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: As history reveals, it also conceals; so, what do historical narratives conceal? What kind of historical scripts might emerge from our descendants based on our current-cultural artifacts? This is an interdisciplinary discussion that identifies, examines, analyzes and critiques fundamental western concepts from aesthetics, history, philosophy, religion and science as representative of a perspective from an historical or cross-cultural context. Emphasis will be placed on how the past, present, and future have the potential to inform one another and are framed by perspective.

30116

HUMI-018.-01

History as Mystery: Western Perspectives in Global Contexts (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

WHITE, WENDY

ECOT-1

HUMI 20: The Greek Achievement

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Critical examination and exploration of the intellectual and artistic achievements of the Ancient Greeks who created new cultural alternatives (experiences) and values in self-awareness, rationalism, community, education, ethics, and justice. Particular attention will be paid to these experiences and values which will be explored and analyzed through Greek art, architecture, science, philosophy, drama, poetry, and religion.

30688

HUMI-020.-61

The Greek Achievement (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:20 PM

TTh

JACKMAN, RASHI

L26

****** Intercultural Studies

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ICS 3A: World History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as History 3A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Beginning with late prehistoric times and covering to 750 Common Era (C.E.), focusing on the world's ancient peoples, cultures and civilizations. Interdisciplinary, multi-perspective view of world history, using a thematic approach and offering a balanced, representative and inclusive sampling of the world's cultures from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

30273 01087

ICS-003A-01 ICS-003A-01L

World History (CLAS) World History (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-01:20 PM

MTWTh F

KLINE, BEN GEROULD, ALEXANDER

L28 L23

ICS 3B: World History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as History 3B. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Beginning with 750 C.E. and covering to 1750 Common Era (C.E.), focusing on the convergence of the world's peoples, cultures and civilizations. Interdisciplinary, multi-perspective view of world history, using a thematic approach and offering a balanced, representative and inclusive sampling of the world's cultures from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

01088 30879

ICS-003B-01 ICS-003B-02

World History (CLAS) World History (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MTWTh TTh

KLINE, BEN WHITE, WENDY

FOR1 L27

30477 * ICS-003B-63Z World History (TBA) TBA TBA STEVENS, MARGARET LC107 Course Notes (Winter): ICS-003B-63Z: Online Course. Access to e-mail and the Internet required. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu /distance/

ICS 3C: World History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as History 3C. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Beginning with 1750 Common Era (C.E.) and covering to the present, focusing on recent and current interactions between the world's peoples, cultures and civilizations. Interdisciplinary, multi-perspective view of world history, using a thematic approach and offering a balanced, representative and inclusive sampling of the world's cultures from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.

01092

ICS-003C-01

World History (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

RAMSEY-OSBORNE, RAEANN KNITTEL, GREGORY

L26

01094

ICS-003C-61

World History (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

M

ADM101

ICS 4: Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Sociology 4. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An interdisciplinary examination of major concepts and controversies in study of racial and ethnic difference in the United States. Exploration of race and ethnicity as historical and contemporary categories of identification in the context of social inequality. Social movements and policy debates on racial equity will be analyzed.

01095 01096

ICS-004.-01 ICS-004.-02

Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality (CLAS) Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality (CLAS)

09:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW TTh

LEE, MAE LEE, MAE

MCC-13 MCC-13

ICS 5: History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Arts 2F. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A cross-cultural introduction to American art history which includes interdisciplinary analysis of diverse art forms generated by artists of color, including African Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, Latina(o)s/Chicana(o)s, and Americans of non-European heritage. Significant attention will be given to issues considered important by each ethnicity or group as well as issues related to racism, gender, and social class. Traditions, values, and cultural expressions of diverse societies and their contributions to American visual culture are explored.

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ICS-005.-01 ICS-005.-02 ICS-005.-03

History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (CLAS) History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (CLAS) History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 04:30 PM-06:20 PM

TTh MW TTh

CADGE-MOORE, CATIE CADGE-MOORE, CATIE OLSEN, NANCY

VPA132 VPA132 L64

30289 * ICS-005.-63Z History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (TBA) TBA TBA CADGE-MOORE, CATIE LC107 Course Notes (Winter): ICS -005.-63Z Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on syllabus and orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

ICS 7: Intercultural Communication

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Speech 7. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Study of intercultural communication in domestic and global contexts. Examines how differing cultures, languages, and social patterns influence the way members of groups relate among themselves and with members of other ethnic and cultural groups. Emphasizes development of interpersonal skills for communicating effectively across cultures and encourages appreciation of diverse cultural voices.

01100 01101

ICS-007.-01 ICS-007.-02

Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW TTh

GUEVARA, JORGE ABRICA-CARRASCO, RUBEN KHANNA, ANURADHA CHANG, MICHAEL FAVELA, LARISSA FAN, HELEN GUEVARA, JORGE CHOI, SOO FRANKS, JOEL

MCC-12 G6

01102 01103 31190 01105 31014 01107 01108

ICS-007.-03 ICS-007.-04 ICS-007.-05 ICS-007.-06 ICS-007.-07 ICS-007.-61 ICS-007.-62

Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

MW MW TTh TTh MW T W

G6 MCC-13 MCC-13 MCC-13 G6 MCC-12 MCC-12

01109 * ICS-007.-63Z Intercultural Communication (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Th MC NULTY, MARGARET MCC-13 Course Notes (Winter): ICS -007.-63Z: On-line course with 6 on-campus meetings for face-to-face interaction. Meets on campus every other week, Thursdays, 1/12, 1/26, 2/9, 2/23, 3/8, 3/22, 6:30 to 9:20 PM in room MCC-13. Students need access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Great way to get comfortable with online learning (website navigation reviews as needed when we meet on campus). More Information available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/Information

ICS 8: Women of Color in the USA

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Women's Studies 8. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An interdisciplinary, multi perspective and comparative study of the experiences of women of color in the United States. The constructs of race, ethnicity, class, gender and sexuality as they relate to social institutions and national ideologies will be explored. Examination and analysis of the historical, political, and economic influences that have informed the relationships between women of color and white women in the U.S.A, is foundational to this course.

01110

ICS-008.-01

Women of Color in the USA (CLAS)

11:30 AM-01:20 PM

MW

LEWIS, JULIE

MCC-13

01111 * ICS-008.-63Z Women of Color in the USA (TBA) TBA TBA BROWN, TAMIKA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): ICS -008.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 30880 * ICS-008.-65Z Women of Color in the USA (TBA) TBA TBA LEWIS, JULIE LC107 Course Notes (Winter): CS -008.-65Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

ICS 9: Studying Race and Ethnicity (Theories and Methods)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Interdisciplinary examination of historical and contemporary race and ethnic relations in the United States. Topics include racial and ethnic identity, racial privilege and inequality, theories of race and racial ideology, and pluralism and the work of anti-racism. Application of theories, concepts, and research frameworks towards studying race and ethnicity in local contexts.

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01112 30031

ICS-009.-01 ICS-009.-02

Studying Race and Ethnicity (Theories and Methods) (CLAS) Studying Race and Ethnicity (Theories and Methods) (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM 04:00 PM-05:45 PM

TTh TTh

LEE, MAE FRANKS, JOEL

L32 L61

ICS 10: An Introduction to African American Studies

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A broad-based survey of African American life and culture. Through a variety of cross-disciplinary perspectives, including history, literature, philosophy, politics, socio-economics, and the arts, students gain insights into African American experiences in the United States.

31174

ICS-010.-01

An Introduction to African American Studies (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

LEWIS, JULIE

MCC-12

01113 * ICS-010.-63Z An Introduction to African American Studies (TBA) TBA TBA BROWN, TAMIKA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): ICS -010.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

ICS 14: Cinema and the African American (An Historical Analysis of African Americans in American Cinema)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Film/Television 48 and English Literature 6. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey of the image and role of the American film industry. Particular attention will be given to the development of images of racial stereotypes, those works attempting a historical portrayal of the African American experience and the roles played by key African Americans in the evolution of film as an art and feature films as an industry in the United States.

01116

ICS-014.-01

Cinema and the African American (An Historical Analysis of African Americans in American Cinema) (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

MW

STAFF, M

L65

ICS 20: Asian American Experiences in History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Experiences of Asian immigrant communities in the United States from the 19th Century to the Asian American Movement of the late 1960s.

01120 01121 30035 30780 30781 01122

ICS-020.-01 ICS-020.-02 ICS-020.-03 ICS-020.-04 ICS-020.-05 ICS-020.-61

Asian American Experiences in History (CLAS) Asian American Experiences in History (CLAS) Asian American Experiences in History (CLAS) Asian American Experiences in History (CLAS) Asian American Experiences in History (CLAS) Asian American Experiences in History (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:15 PM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

MW MW TTh TTh TTh Th

LEE, ETHAN CHANG, MICHAEL CHANG, MICHAEL KUBO, DUANE KUBO, DUANE CHOI, SOO

MCC-10 L61 MCC-17 MCC-10 MCC-17 MCC-12

ICS 22: Contemporary Issues in the Asian American Communities

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Experiences of contemporary Asian Americans are examined in terms of issues such as identity, community, youth, and empowerment, with an interdisciplinary approach based on Asian American Studies and the social sciences.

30036

ICS-022.-01

Contemporary Issues in the Asian American Communities (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

TBA

MCC-10

ICS 24: Asian American Literature

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Literature 24. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Intercultural Studies 52.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to Asian American literature. Readings in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century works, with an emphasis on three relevant themes: problems of identity as it relates to class, gender, mixed heritages, and sexuality; politics and the history of Asian American activism and resistance; and diversity of cultures within the Asian American community.

01123 ^ ICS-024.-01S Asian American Literature (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW MENDOZA, SHERWIN MCC-10 Course Notes (Winter): ICS -024.-01S: Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. www.deanza.edu/communityengagement

ICS 28: Social Environmental History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as History 28. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Intercultural Studies 64.) ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An historical survey of human societies and their influence on the environments in which they developed. An examination of rapidly decreasing world resources, pollution, and the environment in general are examined in a historical context through a chronological approach, beginning with the ancient civilizations, the spreading of humanity across the globe, the cultural, social, and environmental implications, and ending with a discussion of contemporary environmental issues as they affect modern society.

01124

ICS-028.-01

Social Environmental History (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

KLINE, BEN

G1

ICS 29: Cultural Pluralism and American Law and Justice

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 29. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Intercultural Studies 58.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An interdisciplinary study of marginalized peoples and their relationship to the law. Examines the legal perspective on cultural diversity in the United States, including race, ethnicity, gender, class, religious background, disability, and sexual orientation. Analyzes how these groups interact with mainstream society through American law, concentrating on both historical and contemporary state and federal legislation and court rulings. Analyzes how the courts play a role in determining the status of minority groups.

01126 * ICS-029.-61Y Cultural Pluralism and American Law and Justice (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W KENSLER, MEGHAN MCC-10 Course Notes (Winter): ICS -029.61Y: Hybrid. Some online instruction. Access to the internet required. Class meets physically on Wednesdays 6:30pm-10:20pm, except 2/8 and 3/14. Instructor will be available online on those dates.

ICS 30: Introduction to Chicano Studies

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An exploration of the Chicano experience with emphasis on the cultural and historical development, the socioeconomic and political status of the contemporary Chicano/a.

30007

ICS-030.-01

Introduction to Chicano Studies (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM

TTh

GUEVARA, JORGE

MCC-10

ICS 31: Chicano Culture

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Survey of the origins and development of Chicano culture with emphasis on the religions, philosophies, and lifestyles of the Chicano.

30040

ICS-031.-61

Chicano Culture (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

M

BONILLA, MARYALICE

MCC-12

ICS 33: The Chicano and the Arts

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Survey and analysis of contemporary Chicano art, film, theater and dance, and literature, and their influence on the Chicano experience.

01127 30759

ICS-033.-01 ICS-033.-02

The Chicano and the Arts (CLAS) The Chicano and the Arts (CLAS)

11:30 AM-01:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM

TTh MW

GUEVARA, JORGE GUEVARA, JORGE

VPA115 E35

ICS 35: Chicano Literature

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey of Chicano/a literature in its various forms, with emphasis on contemporary authors, from the 1940s to the present.

01129

ICS-035.-01

Chicano Literature (CLAS)

11:30 AM-01:20 PM

MW

ABRICA-CARRASCO, RUBEN

MCC-12

01131 * ICS-035.-63Z Chicano Literature (TBA) TBA TBA CORONADO, MARC Course Notes (Winter): ICS -035.-63Z Online Course with required on-campus meetings. Access to a computer, the Web, an individual e-mail address is required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

LC107

ICS 38A: Colonial Latin American History

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as History 7A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Colonial Latin America and its role in the Atlantic world (to 1825) including the independence movements. Themes cover social, intellectual and cultural developments, impact of poverty, race and gender relations and popular culture.

01132

ICS-038A-01

Colonial Latin American History (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

MUJAL, CARLOS

G1

ICS 44: American Indian Religions

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Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Survey of spirit beings, prophesies, and renewals of the Indian way through their land-based religions, symbols and ceremonies. Tribal religions reviewed as they have been influenced by foreign influences and philosophies. Change and continuity of American indigenous values and tribalism as reflected through present-day spiritual issues in Indian America.

01133

ICS-044.-01

American Indian Religions (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

TTh

PARKER, GERALDINE

MCC-12

ICS 45: Survey of American Indian Arts

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Survey of styles and forms of pre-contact and contemporary American Indian arts, within the context of their tribal cultures and traditions with consideration of the influence of non-native cultures' artistic techniques and resources on American Indian art. A look at the development of contemporary American Indian arts.

01135 01136

ICS-045.-01 ICS-045.-02

Survey of American Indian Arts (CLAS) Survey of American Indian Arts (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 04:00 PM-05:50 PM

TTh TTh

PARKER, GERALDINE PARKER, GERALDINE

MCC-12 MCC-12

ICS 55: Civic Leadership for Community Empowerment

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introduction to intercultural studies through principles of civic leadership. Explores community empowerment as idea and practice in areas of public service, non-profit work, and electoral politics. Examines political economy of community development through historical study of disenfranchised ethnic, racial, and immigrant groups in the U.S. such as Asian Americans and Latinos, the two largest ethnic and racial minority populations in Silicon Valley. Analyzes contemporary social issues through local examples in Silicon Valley. Engages students in community-focused problem solving, personal reflection, and interpersonal and organizational leadership development.

01137 ICS-055.-61 Civic Leadership for Community Empowerment (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM Th CHANG, MICHAEL MCC-10 Course Notes (Winter): ICS -055.-61: For information, contact Dr. Michael Chang at [email protected] Location TBA. This course is typically for working adults in the community, although we do accept some De Anza students. You must first apply for the class. Apply online by December 1st at https://www.123signup.com/event?id=cmrkq

ICS 77X: Special Projects in Intercultural Studies

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Intercultural Studies 77, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Specific reading, writing or study projects within the discipline of Intercultural Studies.

31098

ICS-077X-65R

Special Projects in Intercultural Studies (CLAS)

TBA

TBA

NORTE, EDMUNDO

TBA

ICS 96: Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An interdisciplinary, multi-perspective, critical analysis and comparative study of the broad range of contemporary lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues in various contexts including biomedical, sociological, political, cultural, economic, racial and sexual. This course will explore the relationship between LGBT individuals and the social and political constructs of gender, sexuality, citizenship, and identity as they relate to social and political institutions and national ideologies. The values, experience, and cultural contributions of LGBT individuals in the United States will be identified, examined, and authenticated.

30758

ICS-096.-01

Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies 01:30 PM-03:20 PM (CLAS)

MW

LEWIS, JULIE

MCC-12

****** International Studies

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

INTL 5: Global Issues and Perspectives

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introduces current global issues, with emphasis on the development and growth of the global economy and world order, as seen from a number of different perspectives. Analyzes the role of culture in world affairs, the processes of economic development and globalization, the environmental impacts of global production, and issues of war and peace. Encourages consideration of global processes from local, regional, governmental and nongovernmental perspectives.

01138

INTL-005.-01

Global Issues and Perspectives (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

COLE, CONSTANCE

L66

INTL 10: History of Art (Arts of Asia)

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Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Arts 2G. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A general introduction to art through major Asian artistic traditions. Focuses upon paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and architecture and their religious, cultural, historical, and social contexts. Examines arts from China, Japan, India, Central Asia, Himalayas, and Southeast Asia and assesses the contributions of Asian art in a global context.

01139 01140

INTL-010.-01 INTL-010.-02

History of Art (Arts of Asia) (CLAS) History of Art (Arts of Asia) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM

TTh TTh

LEE, SO KAM LEE, SO KAM

VPA132 FOR4

INTL 11: Vietnamese Literature (from Tradition to Asian American Identity)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the humanities through a global perspective on Vietnamese and Vietnamese American literature. Exploration of oral tradition, folk literature, traditional elite literature, modern prose, exile writings by the first immigrant generation to the Vietnamese American expressions focusing on several major themes in literature: war and representations of Southeast Asians, migration experience, impacts of migration. Students develop a historical and aesthetic understanding of Vietnamese and Vietnamese American creative expressions, with emphasis on native development and international influences.

01141

INTL-011.-01

Vietnamese Literature (from Tradition to Asian American Identity) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM (CLAS) Vietnamese Literature (from Tradition to Asian American Identity) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM (CLAS)

TTh

CHUNG, CHUONG

MCC-10

01142

INTL-011.-61

Th

NGUYEN-TRUNG, CHI

L65

INTL 13: Introduction to Korean Popular Culture

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Humanities 13. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly International Studies 63.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An interdisciplinary introduction to contemporary Korean popular culture which explores modern Korean society across a wide range of themes such as identity, gender/sexuality, love/marriage, family and social value systems. Examines multi-levels of the socio-construction of modern Korean society through TV drama (soap opera), film and pop music. Also, it explores the unique patterns of Korean culture and Korean cultural issues related to contemporary Asian societies and global issues. No Korean language or studies experience necessary.

01143

INTL-013.-01

Introduction to Korean Popular Culture (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

TTh

JUNG, YOUNG

G1

INTL 19A: History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (through the 18th Century)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as History 19A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introductory study of the development of Chinese and Japanese civilizations from their origins through the eighteenth century.

01144

INTL-019A-01

History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (through the 18th 10:30 AM-12:20 PM Century) (CLAS)

MW

LEE, DOUGLAS

CHC

INTL 19B: History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (19th - 21st Centuries)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as History 19B. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introductory study of the development of modern China and Japan from the nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries.

01145

INTL-019B-01

History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (19th - 21st Centuries) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

LEE, DOUGLAS

CHC

INTL 21: History of Art: Native Arts of Mesoamerica and South America

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Arts 2H. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly International Studies 67.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A general introduction to the visual arts of the indigenous cultures of Mesoamerica, an area extending from northern Mexico through Central America, and the Andean region of South America. Covers diverse art forms, including architecture, ceramics, weaving, painting and sculpture from antiquity to the present. Topics addressing the religious, cultural, social, economic and political contexts of the art will be explored. Compares indigenous arts of the Americas to other world art traditions and assesses the contributions of indigenous cultures in a global context.

01146

INTL-021.-01

History of Art: Native Arts of Mesoamerica and South America (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

CADGE-MOORE, CATIE

VPA132

INTL 30: Introduction to Islamic Studies

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly International Studies 55.) ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introduction to Islam as a religious system focusing on its origins, basic sources, brief history, culture, values and its impact on Muslims, non-Muslims and the world.

01148

INTL-030.-01L

Introduction to Islamic Studies (CLAS)

09:30 AM-01:20 PM

S

SIDDIQI, HAFIZ

MCC-10

****** Italian

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

ITAL 2: Elementary Italian (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Italian 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Italian) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further development of material presented in Italian 1. Continuation of introduction to the language and cultures of the Italian-speaking countries. Basic speaking, listening, reading, and writing of Italian will be continued and practiced within a cultural framework. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture.

01150 01151

ITAL-002.-01 ITAL-002.-62

Elementary Italian (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Italian (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF TTh

BERTOLA, MARIA BERTOLA, MARIA

L21 G2

****** Japanese

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

JAPN 1: Elementary Japanese (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the language and the culture of Japan. Emphasis will be on language as the primary expression of culture and a medium of communication. Develop four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) as well as sociocultural knowledge which plays an important role in communicating in the target language. Japanese will be the major language of instruction. Oral practice based on understanding of the language structure will be also emphasized. Master of two of the Japanese syllabic writing systems, hiragana and katakana is required.

01152 01153 01154 01155 01155

JAPN-001.-01 JAPN-001.-02 JAPN-001.-61 JAPN-001.-62L JAPN-001.-62L

Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:00 PM-08:15 PM 09:00 AM-11:15 AM

MTWThF MTWThF MW F S

INABA, CHIGUSA XUAN, RENSHI MCCORMICK, YUMI KUO, MIN-JIN KUO, MIN-JIN

L32 L63 L61 L66 L66

JAPN 2: Elementary Japanese (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Japanese 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Japanese) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Continuation of introduction to the Japanese language and culture with the further development of materials presented in Japanese 1. Emphasis will be on acquisition of second-quarter beginner level of four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) as well as sociocultural knowledge which plays an important role in communicating in the target language. Japanese is the major language of instruction. Oral practice based on understanding of the language structure will be also emphasized. In addition to practicing two of the Japanese syllabic writing systems, hiragana and katakana, the third writing system, kanji, Sino-Japanese characters will be introduced.

01156 01157 01158 01159 01159

JAPN-002.-02 JAPN-002.-03 JAPN-002.-61 JAPN-002.-61L JAPN-002.-61L

Elementary Japanese (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Japanese (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Japanese (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Japanese (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Japanese (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:00 PM-08:15 PM 09:00 AM-11:15 AM

MTWThF MW TTh F S

INABA, CHIGUSA SCEARCE, TAZUMI KONISHI, YUKIKO WORTZ, FUJIKO WORTZ, FUJIKO

L62 L66 E25 L61 L61

JAPN 5: Intermediate Japanese (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Japanese 4 (equivalent to four years of high school Japanese) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273.

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Course Description: The second-quarter of intermediate Japanese. Introduces the Japanese language and culture with further development of materials presented in Japanese 4. The emphasis will be on acquisition of the second-quarter intermediate level of four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing)as well as the sociocultural knowledge which plays an important role in communicating in the target language. Oral practice is based on understanding of the language structures which will also be emphasized. More kanji, Sino-Japanese characters will be introduced. Students will develop intermediate level of reading strategies and writing skills integrating hiragana, katakana, and kanji.

30149 01160

JAPN-005.-01 JAPN-005.-61

Intermediate Japanese (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Intermediate Japanese (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW MW

SCEARCE, TAZUMI KONISHI, YUKIKO

L62 L35

****** Journalism

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

JOUR 2: Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey of the mass media and measurement of its impact on culture and society. Mass media effects on global and American institutions. Theories of mass communications in the context of each medium: books, newspapers, magazines, movies, radio, recordings, television and the Internet. Ethical and legal implications of media and their effects on the individual and society. Influences of the media on gender, ethnic and minority issues.

01161 01162 01163

JOUR-002.-01 JOUR-002.-02 JOUR-002.-03

Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society (CLAS) Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society (CLAS) Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society (CLAS)

11:30 AM-01:20 PM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh MW TTh

STAFF, M STAFF, M STAFF, M

L42 L42 L42

01164 * JOUR-002.-63Z Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF, M LC107 Course Notes (Winter): JOUR-002.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

JOUR 21A: News Writing and Reporting

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Instruction and practice in reporting and the fundamentals of news writing, with analysis of typical news stories. Concentration on the language and style of news writing; organization and structure of news stories; the lead and the basic story types. Practical writing experience.

01165

JOUR-021A-01

News Writing and Reporting (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:45 AM

MW

STAFF, M

L42

JOUR 21B: Feature Writing and Reporting

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Fundamentals in feature writing for newspapers and magazines with instruction and practice in profile, human interest, consumer and interpretive news features. Practical experience in interviewing, writing special story types and revising. Freelancing a story for publication.

01166 JOUR-021B-01 Feature Writing and Reporting (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:45 AM Course Notes (Winter): JOUR-021B-01: Completion of JOUR-021A recommended before enrollment.

TTh

STAFF, M

L42

JOUR 61: Newspaper and Student Media Staff

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Nine hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: Journalism 21A or 21B. Course Description: Practical experience in covering and reporting news and features as members of the college newspaper, magazine or media staff. Staff includes reporters, editors, photojournalists, graphic artists and media producers.

01168 * JOUR-061.-63Z Newspaper and Student Media Staff (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:15 PM TTh STAFF, M L42 01168 * JOUR-061.-63Z Newspaper and Student Media Staff (LAB) TBA TBA TBA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): JOUR-061.-63Z: Hybrid course with 2 weekly on-campus meetings and student projects, which have to be completed either on their own or in the lab. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Additional information available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ as well as handed out in class.

JOUR 62: Newspaper and Media Freelancing

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Practical experience contributing as a freelancer to the college newspaper as a reporter, copy editor, columnist, graphic artist, photographer, or other freelance position.

30235

* JOUR-062.-63Z Newspaper and Media Freelancing (CLAS)

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

LC107

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30235 * JOUR-062.-63Z Newspaper and Media Freelancing (LAB) TBA TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): JOUR-062.-63Z Online Course with required on-campus meetings. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED on-campus meetings available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

LC107

JOUR 65W: Literary Magazine

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for the one-unit course (24 hours total per quarter); two hours lecture-laboratory and three hours laboratory for the two unit course (60 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Writing 65 and 65X. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of English Writing 65, 65X and Journalism 65W, 65X may be taken up to six times for credit. Submissions vary each quarter, so content is different. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Collaborative evaluation and selection of fiction, poetry, photography, drawings, and other literary and artistic work for literary magazine. Magazine design and production. (Additional editorial, production, management, or marketing work for English Writing 65X and Journalism 65X.)

30564

JOUR-065W-01

Literary Magazine (CLAS)

04:00 PM-05:50 PM

M

WEISNER, KENNETH

L64

JOUR 65X: Literary Magazine

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for the one-unit course (24 hours total per quarter); two hours lecture-laboratory and three hours laboratory for the two unit course (60 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Writing 65 and 65X. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of English Writing 65, 65X and Journalism 65W, 65X may be taken up to six times for credit. Submissions vary each quarter, so content is different. Students build upon previous experience and develop higher-level skills.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Collaborative evaluation and selection of fiction, poetry, photography, drawings, and other literary and artistic work for literary magazine. Magazine design and production. (Additional editorial, production, management, or marketing work for English Writing 65X and Journalism 65X.)

30566 * JOUR-065X-63Z Literary Magazine (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM M WEISNER, KENNETH 30566 * JOUR-065X-63Z Literary Magazine (LAB) TBA TBA WEISNER, KENNETH Course Notes (Winter): JOUR-065X-63Z Online Course with weekly on-campus meetings. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

L64 TBA

JOUR 77W: Special Projects in Journalism

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Journalism 77W, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Journalism 70W, 70X, 70Y and 70Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Special research, writing or study projects in Journalism as determined in consultation with the department chair. (Complexity of project determines number of units assigned.)

01171 JOUR-077W-65R Special Projects in Journalism (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): JOUR-077W-65R: See instructor to enroll.

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

L41

JOUR 77Y: Special Projects in Journalism

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Journalism 77W, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Journalism 70W, 70X, 70Y and 70Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Special research, writing or study projects in Journalism as determined in consultation with the department chair. (Complexity of project determines number of units assigned.)

01173 JOUR-077Y-65R Special Projects in Journalism (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): JOUR-077Y-65R: See instructor to enroll.

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

L41

JOUR 77Z: Special Projects in Journalism

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Journalism 77W, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Journalism 70W, 70X, 70Y and 70Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Special research, writing or study projects in Journalism as determined in consultation with the department chair. (Complexity of project determines number of units assigned.)

01174 JOUR-077Z-65R Special Projects in Journalism (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): JOUR-077Z-65R: See instructor to enroll.

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

L41

****** Korean

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

KORE 1: Elementary Korean (First Quarter)

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Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the historical and cultural background of the Korean language. Intensive reading and writing practice of the Korean alphabet, Hangul. Development of language skills orally and in writing for basic and simple information relating to high-frequency situations in familiar contexts, to further understand grammatical and syntactical structures.

30540

KORE-001.-01

Elementary Korean (First Quarter) (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:45 PM

TTh

LEE, YU

L24

KORE 2: Elementary Korean (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Korean 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Korean) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further development of materials presented in Korean 1. Intensive oral practice broadening the language functions covered in Korean 1 and adding new ones. Greater emphasis on student generated discussion. More emphasis on cultural and historical background in the use of language. Written practice to further understanding of the underlying grammatical and syntactical structures for an extended range of basic/simple information relating to high-frequency situations.

01176 01177 01178 01178

KORE-002.-01 KORE-002.-61 KORE-002.-61L KORE-002.-61L

Elementary Korean (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Korean (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Korean (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Korean (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:00 PM-08:15 PM 09:00 AM-11:15 AM

MW MW F S

CHOI, HWAJA CHOI, HWAJA LEE, YU LEE, YU

G10 E25 L32 L32

****** Language Arts

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

LART 78: Topics in Language Arts - FYE and Sankofa

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Language Arts 78 and 78X may be taken up to six times for credit as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Language Arts 78 and 78X students must also enroll in English Writing 1A; English Writing 211, Reading 211, Language Arts 211; English Writing 200, Reading 200 or Language Arts 200. Course Description: Uses reading and writing to link students' lived experiences with the social, cultural, historical, political, scientific and/or artistic subject matter that complements the interdisciplinary curriculum in the FYE and Sankofa Scholars programs. Topics will change with each cohort group.

30069 LART-078.-FY1 Topics in Language Arts - FYE and Sankofa (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM M QUINTERO, JESUS Course Notes (Winter): LART-078.-FY1: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in EWRT.DO1A.FY1, SOC.DO20.FY1, SOSC.DO97W.FY1 and HUMI.D001.FY1.

L63

30073 LART-078.-FY2 Topics in Language Arts - FYE and Sankofa (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM W LEONARD, AMY L63 Course Notes (Winter): LART-078.FY2: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in , EWRT.D01A.FY2, SOC.DO20.FY2, SOSC.DO97W.FY2 and HUMI.D001.FY2. 30070 LART-078.-FY3 Topics in Language Arts - FYE and Sankofa (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Th QUINTERO, JESUS Course Notes (Winter): LART-078.-FY3: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in EWRT.DO1A.FY3, SOC.DO20.FY3, SOSC.DO97W.FY3 and HUMI.D001.FY3. 31070 LART-078.-FY4 Topics in Language Arts - FYE and Sankofa (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM T BREUNIG, EMILY Course Notes (Winter): LART-078.-FY4: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information, email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in , EWRT.D211.FY4, SOC.DO20.FY4, SOSC.DO97W.FY4, READ.D211.FY4 and READ.DO70.FY4. L63

L63

LART 200: Developing Reading and Writing Connections

Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Ten hours lecture (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $6.00 || Prerequisites: (Not open to students who have completed Reading 200 and/or English Writing 200.) Prerequisite: A qualifying score on the Reading and Writing Placement Test. Course Description: Development of reading and writing abilities to the level necessary to be successful in Reading 211 and English Writing 211. Comprehension of assigned readings. Writing focused on a central idea, developed with specific examples, organized according to a reasonably clear progression of ideas and largely free of major grammatical, syntactic, usage and diction errors.

01179 + LART-200.-01D Developing Reading and Writing Connections (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01179 + LART-200.-01D Developing Reading and Writing Connections (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM Course Notes (Winter): LART-200.-01D: LEARNING COMMUNITY to learn more, please visit www.deanza.edu/linc

MTWTh MTWTh

LEONARD, AMY LISHA, SARAH

L47 L47

LART 211: Integrated Reading and Writing

Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Ten hours lecture (120 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $6.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Language Arts 100.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Successful completion of Language Arts 200 or Reading 200 and/or English Writing 200; or a qualifying score on the Reading and Writing Placement Test.

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Course Description: Integration of reading and writing skills necessary for success in college level courses. Emphasis on analysis and criticism of assigned readings and written responses to critical questions about those readings.

01181 + LART-211.-01D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM 01181 + LART-211.-01D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM Course Notes (Winter): LART-211.-01D: LEARNING COMMUNITY to learn more, please visit www.deanza.edu/linc 01183 + LART-211.-03D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01183 + LART-211.-03D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): LART-211.-03D: LEARNING COMMUNITY to learn more, please visit www.deanza.edu/linc 01184 + LART-211.-04D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:45 AM 01184 + LART-211.-04D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:45 AM Course Notes (Winter): LART-211.-04D: LEARNING COMMUNITY to learn more, please visit www.deanza.edu/linc 01185 + LART-211.-05D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01185 + LART-211.-05D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM Course Notes (Winter): LART-211.-05D: LEARNING COMMUNITY to learn more, please visit www.deanza.edu/linc 30351 + LART-211.-06D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 30351 + LART-211.-06D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM Course Notes (Winter): LART-211.-06D: LEARNING COMMUNITY to learn more, please visit www.deanza.edu/linc

MTWTh MTWTh

HELFMAN, SUZANNE SARTWELL, JULIE

L31 L31

MTWThF MTWThF

ARGYRIOU, ANNE MUNSON, EMILY

L47 L47

MTWTh MTWTh

TBA TURNER, WILLIAM

L73 L73

MTWTh MTWTh

HELFMAN, SUZANNE SARTWELL, JULIE

L31 L31

MTWTh MTWTh

PANFILI, NATALIE PESANO, JULIE

L73 L73

****** Learning Center

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

LCEN 50: Introduction to Online Research

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduces skills needed to locate, evaluate, and cite information found on the Internet and in subscription databases. Prepares students to do the basic research necessary to effectively complete written and oral assignments.

01186 * LCEN-050.-63Z Introduction to Online Research (CLAS) TBA TBA YECKLEY, PAULINE LC107 01186 * LCEN-050.-63Z Introduction to Online Research (LAB) TBA TBA YECKLEY, PAULINE LC107 Course Notes (Winter): LCEN-050.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

LCEN 53: Advanced Internet Search Techniques

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Provides Internet users with tools and information to effectively search and evaluate Internet websites. Also introduces the concept of the "hidden web" -- information that is not indexed by search engines such as Google and Yahoo.

30248 * LCEN-053.-63Z Advanced Internet Search Techniques (CLAS) TBA TBA YECKLEY, PAULINE LC107 30248 * LCEN-053.-63Z Advanced Internet Search Techniques (LAB) TBA TBA YECKLEY, PAULINE LC107 Course Notes (Winter): LCEN-053.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

LCEN 55: Emerging Internet Technologies -- A Crash Course

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduces students to emerging Internet technologies and links these ongoing transitions to information research. Currently referred to as "Web 2.0", today's Internet includes photography and image postings, blogs, wikis, and RSS feeds. Skills for locating and using these new applications will be studied.

01188 * LCEN-055.-63Z Emerging Internet Technologies -- A Crash Course (CLAS) TBA TBA SWANNER, ALEXANDER LC107 01188 * LCEN-055.-63Z Emerging Internet Technologies -- A Crash Course (LAB) TBA TBA SWANNER, ALEXANDER LC107 Course Notes (Winter): LCEN-055.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

****** Linguistics

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

LING 1: Introduction to Linguistics

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Literature 25. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introduction to the nature of language. Origin and development of spoken and written languages, how people learn languages, and how languages change, with emphasis on the history of English. Basics of linguistic description including systems of phonetics and phonology, semantics, morphology and syntax. Study of general linguistic principles as they apply across languages.

01189 LING-001.-01 Introduction to Linguistics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): LING-001.-01: Also listed as ELIT-025.-01.

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWTh

HENZL, VERA

L64

****** Learning Assistance

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

LRNA 77: Special Projects in Learning Assistance

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for each unit of credit (24 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Learning Assistance 77 and 77X may be taken up to six times as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Learning Assistance 99 and 99W respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Special reading, writing, or study projects in Learning Assistance as determined in consultation with the instructor. Student must concurrently work as a tutor (for pay or volunteer) at the De Anza College Tutorial Center, or similar organization, as determined by instructor.

31131 LRNA-077.-65R Special Projects in Learning Assistance (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA TBA Course Notes (Winter): LRNA-077.-65R: This self-paced course requires a minimum of two hours per week (24 hours total) of work under the direction of the instructor according to the terms of the Special Projects Contract.

LRNA 96: Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Groups

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Speech 96. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Must be hired as a De Anza tutor. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introduction to the principles and practices of group tutoring. Development of effective communication and leadership skills to facilitate collaborative, dynamic and productive learning groups in a multicultural environment.

31118 * LRNA-096.-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Groups (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM F ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA MCC-12 31118 * LRNA-096.-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Groups (CLAS) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): LRNA-096.-01Y: Must be selected to work as a De Anza group tutor. See http://deanza.edu/studentsuccess or call 864-8485 or e-mail [email protected] for info. LRNA-096.01Y is a hybrid course and meets physically on the day, time, and room listed in the schedule beginning week 4. An orientation is required. The instructor is available online via the Catalyst site from 1:30 PM until 5:00 PM on Mondays.

LRNA 97: Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as English Writing 97. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; must be hired to work as a De Anza tutor. Course Description: Required training for De Anza writing tutors. Introduction to the theory and practice of tutoring writing, including strategies and approaches to help students from diverse linguistic backgrounds at various stages of the writing process. Students read about, observe, discuss, write about and practice the craft of tutoring writing. After an initial orientation, students in the class begin tutoring, and reflect on their tutoring experiences as part of the class.

01193 * LRNA-097.-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM Th WEISNER, KENNETH L75 01193 * LRNA-097.-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing (CLAS) TBA TBA WEISNER, KENNETH ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): LRNA-097.-01Y: Must be selected to work as a De Anza writing tutor and be able to tutor 4+ hours/week. Call 864-8485 or e-mail [email protected] for info. This is a hybrid course and meets physically Thursdays from 4:00 PM until 5:50 PM in the room listed in the schedule. The instructors are available online via the Catalyst site from 4:00 PM until 5:50 PM on Tuesdays. listed in the schedule. The instructors are available online via the Catalyst site from 3:45 PM until 4:35 PM on Tuesdays.

****** Mandarin

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

MAND 1: Elementary Mandarin (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the language and cultures of Mandarin-speaking countries and communities. Basic speaking, listening, reading, and writing of Mandarin will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. Mandarin will be the primary language of instruction. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture and a medium of communication.

01197

MAND-001.-01

Elementary Mandarin (First Quarter) (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

JUAN, SHIRLEY

L32

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31073 30402 30014

MAND-001.-02 MAND-001.-04 MAND-001.-61

Elementary Mandarin (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Mandarin (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Mandarin (First Quarter) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF TTh TTh

LAI, FRANCES CHIU, JUDY ZENG, HONG

L32 G10 S72

MAND 2: Elementary Mandarin (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mandarin 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Mandarin) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further development of material presented in Mandarin 1. Continuation of introduction to the language and cultures of Mandarin-speaking countries and communities. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing of Mandarin will be continued and practiced within a cultural framework. Mandarin will be the primary language of instruction. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture and a medium of communication.

01199 01202 30301

MAND-002.-01 MAND-002.-03 MAND-002.-62

Elementary Mandarin (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Mandarin (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Mandarin (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF TTh TTh

LIU, HUA-FU LAI, FRANCES FAN, HELEN

L66 L66 L62

MAND 3: Elementary Mandarin (Third Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mandarin 2 (equivalent to two years of high school Mandarin) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further development of material presented in Mandarin 1 and 2. Completion of introduction to the language and cultures of Mandarin-speaking countries and communities. Basic speaking, listening, reading, and writing of Mandarin will be further introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. Mandarin will be the primary language of instruction. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture and a medium of communication.

30302 31074

MAND-003.-01 MAND-003.-61

Elementary Mandarin (Third Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Mandarin (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF MW

XUAN, RENSHI PHUNG, APRIL

L65 L32

MAND 4: Intermediate Mandarin (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mandarin 3 (equivalent to three years of high school Mandarin) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Read and discuss texts dealing with geography, history, social and cultural practices of the Chinese-speaking world. Review the linguistic functions and grammatical structures of first-year Chinese. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing of the first-quarter low intermediate level of Mandarin will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework.

01205

MAND-004.-61

Intermediate Mandarin (First Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

SCHNITTGRUND, XIAOMEI

L83

MAND 5: Intermediate Mandarin (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mandarin 4 (equivalent to four years of high school Mandarin) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Continuation of Mandarin 4. Read and discuss texts dealing with geography, history, literature, social, and cultural practices of the Chinese-speaking world. Review the linguistic functions and grammatical structures of intermediary Chinese. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing of second-quarter intermediate level of Mandarin will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework.

01207 * MAND-005.-01Y Intermediate Mandarin (Second Quarter) (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF LIU, HUA-FU L66 Course Notes (Winter): MAND-005.-01Y: Hybrid class that meets Monday through Thursday from 12:30 pm to 1:20 pm. The instructor is available online from 12:30 pm to 1:20 pm on Friday. 31076 01209 MAND-005.-03 MAND-005.-61 Intermediate Mandarin (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Intermediate Mandarin (Second Quarter) (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh MW LIU, HUA-FU SCHNITTGRUND, XIAOMEI MCC-13 L83

MAND 6: Intermediate Mandarin (Third Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mandarin 5 or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Continuation of Mandarin 5. Read, discuss and analyze texts dealing with arts, geography, history, literature, social and cultural practices of the Chinese-speaking world. Review the linguistic functions and grammatical structures of intermediary Chinese. Speaking, listening, reading, and writing of third-quarter high intermediate level of Mandarin will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework.

01211

MAND-006.-61

Intermediate Mandarin (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

SCHNITTGRUND, XIAOMEI

L83

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****** Mathematics

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

MATH 1A: Calculus

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 49B or 43 (with a grade of C or better), or appropriate score on Calculus Placement Test within the past calendar year. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Fundamentals of differential calculus.

01217 MATH-001A-03 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001A-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01218 MATH-001A-05 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001A-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01219 MATH-001A-07 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001A-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01220 MATH-001A-09 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001A-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30686 MATH-001A-11 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001A-11: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01222 MATH-001A-23 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001A-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01223 MATH-001A-27 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001A-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01224 MATH-001A-63 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001A-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

KHOSRAVI, MEHRDAD

S16

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

BOURGOUB, HASSAN

E36

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

BOURGOUB, HASSAN

E36

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

KHOSRAVI, MEHRDAD

S49

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWThF

KRYLIOUK, IAROSLAV

S54

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

SEKHON, RUPINDER

S16

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

GERAGHTY, MAURICE

E31

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

HANSEN, RICHARD

S54

MATH 1B: Calculus

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 1A and either Mathematics 49B or 43 (with a grade of C or better); or appropriate score on Calculus Placement Test within the past calendar year. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Fundamentals of integral calculus.

01225 MATH-001B-03 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001B-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01226 MATH-001B-05 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001B-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01227 MATH-001B-07 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001B-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01228 MATH-001B-09 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001B-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01229 MATH-001B-11 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001B-11: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01230 MATH-001B-21 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001B-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01231 MATH-001B-25 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001B-25: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01232 MATH-001B-27 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001B-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01234 MATH-001B-61 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001B-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

NJINIMBAM, EDWIN

S41

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

MOSH, FARSHOD

E31

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

ANANYA, BRIGIT

S16

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

ISON, MILLIA

E36

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWThF

WOLFE, STEPHEN

E32

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MW

BAMBHANIA, DOLI

S45

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

BAMBHANIA, DOLI

S45

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

SEKHON, RUPINDER

S16

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

GARRISON, WARREN

E36

MATH 1C: Calculus

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 1B (with a grade of C or better) or equivalent. Advisory:

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English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Infinite series, lines and surfaces in three dimensions, vectors in two and three dimensions, parametric equations of curves. Derivatives and integrals of vector functions.

31102 MATH-001C-01 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001C-01: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01236 MATH-001C-05 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001C-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30332 MATH-001C-11 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001C-11: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01237 MATH-001C-27 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001C-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01238 MATH-001C-61 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001C-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

07:30 AM-08:20 AM

MTWThF

NGUYEN, THIEN

E36

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

SHI, KEJIAN

S45

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWThF

BLOOM, ROBERTA

S46

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

DHALIWAL, HARMANPAL

S45

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

JONES, FRANK

S49

MATH 1D: Calculus

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 1C (with a grade of C or better) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Partial derivatives, multiple integrals, vector calculus.

30331 MATH-001D-05 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001D-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01240 MATH-001D-61 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-001D-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

NJINIMBAM, EDWIN

S41

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

PETERSON, SCOTT

G5

MATH 2A: Differential Equations

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 1D with a grade of C or better. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Ordinary differential equations and selected applications.

30333 MATH-002A-12 Differential Equations (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-002A-12: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01241 MATH-002A-63 Differential Equations (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-002A-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWThF

SHI, KEJIAN

E31

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

SCHAFFER, KARL

E32

MATH 2B: Linear Algebra

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 1D with a grade of C or better. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Linear algebra and selected topics of mathematical analysis.

01243 MATH-002B-07 Linear Algebra (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-002B-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30752 MATH-002B-25 Linear Algebra (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-002B-25: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

KHOSRAVI, MEHRDAD

S49

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

GARRISON, WARREN

S49

MATH 10: Elementary Statistics and Probability

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 114 or equivalent with a grade of C or better; or a qualifying score on the Intermediate Algebra Placement Test within the past calendar year. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to data analysis making use of graphical and numerical techniques to study patterns and departures from patterns. The student studies randomness with an emphasis on understanding variation, collects information in the face of uncertainty, checks distributional assumptions, tests hypotheses, uses probability as a tool for anticipating what the distribution of data may look like under a set of assumptions, and uses appropriate statistical models to draw conclusions from data. Introduces the student to applications in engineering, business, economics, medicine, education, the sciences, and those pertaining to issues of contemporary interest. The use of technology (computers or graphing calculators) will be required in certain applications. Where appropriate, the contributions to the development of statistics by men and women from diverse cultures will be introduced.

01244 MATH-010.-01 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-01: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01246 MATH-010.-03 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

07:30 AM-08:20 AM

MTWThF

TAYLOR, RODERIC

E32

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

TAYLOR, RODERIC

E32

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30335 MATH-010.-05 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01248 MATH-010.-06 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-06: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01249 MATH-010.-07 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01250 MATH-010.-08 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-08: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01251 MATH-010.-09 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01252 MATH-010.-10 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-10: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

TRAN, DANNY

E33

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

DESILETS, LENORE

E32

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

BLOOM, ROBERTA

S46

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

TRAN, DANNY

E33

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

PLUM, KATHRYN

S16

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

BLOOM, ROBERTA

S46

01253 MATH-010.-11 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MTWThF KAPUR, RENUKA Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-11: Math Performance Success. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at [email protected] for an application. 01254 MATH-010.-12 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF VANNIASEGARAM, SITHPARRAN

E34

E36

Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-12: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30334 MATH-010.-13 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-13: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30411 MATH-010.-14 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-14: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01255 30336 01256 MATH-010.-21 MATH-010.-22 MATH-010.-23 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWThF MOSH, FARSHOD E31

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

DESILETS, LENORE

E32

01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MW MW TTh

GERAGHTY, MAURICE SHI, KEJIAN VANNIASEGARAM, SITHPARRAN

S46 E31 S41

Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30315 MATH-010.-24 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-24: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01257 MATH-010.-25 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-25: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01258 MATH-010.-26 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-26: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01259 MATH-010.-27 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh BAMBHANIA, DOLI S54

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

LUM, JAMES

E31

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

SEKHON, RUPINDER

S16

04:00 PM-06:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW MW

GERAGHTY, MAURICE THAGGERT, HENRY

S46 S45

01260 MATH-010.-61 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01261 MATH-010.-63 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

MARKUS, LISA

S46

30453 * MATH-010.-63Z Elementary Statistics and Probability (TBA) TBA TBA ILLOWSKY, BARBARA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-63Z: Online course with video component, and three on-campus exams. This class is meant for the HIGHLY motivated, independent, mature learner. If you are not this type of learner, DO NOT sign-up for this course. Students do not meet regularly with an instructor making the class MORE RIGOROUS. Students MUST enroll during the enrollment period. There are absolutely NO ADDS. The TI-83 or 84 calculator is required. (You may use a TI-86 or TI-89 if you already have one.) Access to the Internet and an email account are required. 01263 MATH-010.-64 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh DE VOGELAERE, CHARLES E31

Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-64: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01264 MATH-010.-65 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-65: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW SNOW, FRANKLIN S46

01266 * MATH-010.-65Z Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:30 PM Th DHALIWAL, HARMANPAL S46 01266 * MATH-010.-65Z Elementary Statistics and Probability (TBA) TBA TBA DHALIWAL, HARMANPAL LC107 Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-65Z: Online course with a REQUIRED once a week class meeting on Thursdays, 6:30-8:30pm, in S-46. This class is for the HIGHLY motivated, independent, mature learner. If you are not this type of learner, DO NOT sign-up for this course. Students do not meet regularly with an instructor making the class MORE RIGOROUS. Students MUST enroll during the enrollment period. There are absolutely NO ADDS. The TI-83 or 84 calculator is required. (You may use a TI-86 or TI-89 if you already have one.) Access to the Internet and an email account are required. 01267 01267 * MATH-010.-66Z Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) * MATH-010.-66Z Elementary Statistics and Probability (TBA) 06:30 PM-08:30 PM TBA T TBA MARKUS, LISA MARKUS, LISA S46 TBA

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Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-66Z: Online course with a REQUIRED once a week class meeting on Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30pm, room S-46. This class is for the highly motivated, independent and mature learner who needs/wants regular personal contact with the instructor. If you are not this type of learner, DO NOT sign up for this course. The TI-83 or TI-84 calculator is required. (You may use a IT-86 or TI-89 calculator, if you already have one.) Access to the Internet and an email account are REQUIRED. For more information go to http://www.deanza.edu/distance 01268 MATH-010.-67 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-67: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01270 MATH-010.-68 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-68: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30753 MATH-010.-70 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-70: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 31053 MATH-010.-71 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-71: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 31052 MATH-010.-72 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-010.-72: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh KY, TECK S16

09:00 PM-11:15 PM

TTh

KY, TECK

S16

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

PHELPS, ANDREW

S45

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MW

SNOW, FRANKLIN

S48

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

CAO, MICHAEL

ADM101

MATH 11: Finite Mathematics

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the Math Placement Test within the past calendar year; or Mathematics 114 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Application of linear equations, sets, matrices, linear programming, mathematics of finance and probability to real-life problems. Emphasis on the understanding of the modeling process, and how mathematics is used in real-world applications.

01272 MATH-011.-03 Finite Mathematics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-011.-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 31054 MATH-011.-07 Finite Mathematics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-011.-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01274 MATH-011.-09 Finite Mathematics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-011.-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01276 MATH-011.-23 Finite Mathematics (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

JUDSON, ZACHARY

E36

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

NJINIMBAM, EDWIN

S41

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

TAYLOR, RODERIC

E31

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

SADEGHI-HASSANVAND, BIJAN

S46

Course Notes (Winter): MATH-011.-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01277 MATH-011.-63 Finite Mathematics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-011.-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW MOEN, LORAINE E34

MATH 12: Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 11 or 41. Course Description: Introduction to limits, differentiation, and integration of single variable functions. Differentiation of multivariate functions. Applications in business, economics, and social science.

30754 MATH-012.-23 Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-012.-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01278 MATH-012.-63 Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-012.-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

SCHAFFER, KARL

E36

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

SHAH, HEMENDRA

S54

MATH 22: Discrete Mathematics

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 49B or 43 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Elements of discrete mathematics with applications to computer science. Topics include methods of proof, mathematical induction, logic, sets, relations, graphs, combinatorics, and Boolean algebra.

01279

MATH-022.-23

Discrete Mathematics (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

LO, BERTRAND

S54

MATH 41: Precalculus I: Theory of Functions

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 114 or equivalent (with a grade of C or better); or a satisfactory score on the College Level Math Placement Test within the last calendar year. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, graphs, solving equations.

30319

MATH-041.-03

Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

KRYLIOUK, IAROSLAV

E34

108 of 175

Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30578 MATH-041.-05 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 31055 MATH-041.-06 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-06: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30320 MATH-041.-08 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-08: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF BOURGOUB, HASSAN E33

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

MOISE, BERNADETTE

E34

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

DU, JIANBO

S15

30326 MATH-041.-09 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF KRYLIOUK, IAROSLAV Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-09: Students enrolled in MATH-041.-09 must also enroll in MATH-241.-11. TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 31066 MATH-041.-21 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW VANNIASEGARAM, SITHPARRAN

S54

S42

Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30322 MATH-041.-23 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30323 MATH-041.-27 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30579 MATH-041.-28 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh BOURGOUB, HASSAN E33

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

PETERSON, SCOTT

G5

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

SADEGHI-HASSANVAND, BIJAN

G7

Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-28: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30324 MATH-041.-61 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-041.-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW REZVANI, MOHAMAD E31

MATH 42: Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Mathematics 52.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 41 (with a grade of C or better); or a satisfactory score on the College Level Math Placement Test within the last calendar year. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The theory of trigonometric functions and their applications.

30814 MATH-042.-01 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-042.-01: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30815 MATH-042.-03 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-042.-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 31056 MATH-042.-07 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-042.-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

07:30 AM-08:20 AM

MTWThF

BOURGOUB, HASSAN

S16

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

MOSH, FARSHOD

E31

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

LEGGE, VICTOR

S44

30816 MATH-042.-09 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh MATHIOS, DIANE 30816 MATH-042.-09 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM M MATHIOS, DIANE Course Notes (Winter): MATH-049.-09: Students enrolled in MATH-042.-09 must also enroll in MATH-0242.-11. TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30817 MATH-042.-11 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-042.-11: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30818 MATH-042.-21 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-042.-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30819 MATH-042.-27 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-042.-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30820 MATH-042.-61 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF TRAN, DANNY

S45 S45

G7

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MW

LOPEZ, RICHARD

S54

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

LOPEZ, RICHARD

E32

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

SADEGHI-HASSANVAND, BIJAN

E36

Course Notes (Winter): MATH-042.-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

MATH 43: Precalculus III: Advanced Topics

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 41 and 42 (both with a grade of C or better); or a satisfactory score on Calculus Readiness test within the last calendar year. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Conic sections, parametric equations, systems of equations and inequalities, vectors, lines and planes, sequences and series, polar coordinates, mathematical induction, and the binomial theorem.

30822 MATH-043.-04 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-043.-04: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30823 MATH-043.-05 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-043.-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

LO, BERTRAND

S54

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

LO, BERTRAND

S54

109 of 175

30824 MATH-043.-09 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-043.-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30328 MATH-043.-23 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-043.-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 30825 MATH-043.-63 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MATH-043.-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

MAILHOT, JAMES

L84

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MW

HEADLEY, STEPHEN

E36

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

MOEN, LORAINE

E32

MATH 44: Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the Intermediate Algebra Placement Test within the past calendar year; or Mathematics 114 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A survey of selected topics from contemporary mathematics, including problem solving techniques and connections between mathematics and culture. Includes a selection of introductory topics from symmetry; graph theory; chaos and fractals; topology; number theory; geometry; combinatorics and counting; the mathematics of social choice; data analysis, probability and statistics; consumer mathematics and personal financial management.

01280

MATH-044.-05

Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

GERAGHTY, MAURICE

E31

MATH 46: Mathematics for Elementary Education

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Education 46. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 114 with a grade of C or better, or a qualifying score on Intermediate Algebra Placement Test within the past calendar year. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Designed for prospective elementary and middle school teachers. An introduction to the discipline of mathematics as the use of logical, quantitative, and spatial reasoning in the abstraction, modeling, and problem solving of real-world situations. The main topics in the course include the origins of mathematics, mathematical reasoning and problem solving strategies, theory of sets, integers and integral number theory, rational numbers and proportion, real numbers and decimal notation, and measurement. Throughout the course students will experience the learning of mathematics in a way that models how they can create an active learning environment for their future students.

01281

MATH-046.-27

Mathematics for Elementary Education (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

SCHAFFER, KARL

E36

MATH 114: College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter); or four hours lecture and two hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the Math Placement Test within last calendar year; or Mathematics 212 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Application of exponential and logarithmic functions, rational functions, and sequences and series to problems. Emphasis on the development of models of real world applications and interpretation of their characteristics.

01299 MATH-114.-01 Course Notes (Winter): 30826 MATH-114.-02 Course Notes (Winter): 01301 01302 01303 01304 MATH-114.-03 MATH-114.-04 MATH-114.-05 MATH-114.-07

College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM

MTWThF

STAFF, M

E34

College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

SHI, KEJIAN

S45

College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF

KAGAN, FAINA WOLFE, STEPHEN WOLFE, STEPHEN VISWANADHA, YOGESWARI

E33 S46 S46 S16

Course Notes (Winter): 31058 MATH-114.-08 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 31058 MATH-114.-08 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-08: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 01306 MATH-114.-09 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MWF TTh ANANYA, BRIGIT ANANYA, BRIGIT S44 E32

MTWThF MWF TTh

MOSH, FARSHOD DESILETS, LENORE DESILETS, LENORE

E31 E32 S44

01307 MATH-114.-11 01307 MATH-114.-11 Course Notes (Winter): 01308 30310 01310 MATH-114.-12 MATH-114.-13 MATH-114.-15

College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF

NJINIMBAM, EDWIN STAFF, M MATHIOS, DIANE

S16 E33 G7

110 of 175

Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-15: Math Performance Success. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at [email protected] for an application. 30311 MATH-114.-16 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM 30311 MATH-114.-16 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-16: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 31059 31064 31064 MATH-114.-17 MATH-114.-18 MATH-114.-18 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTTh WF ISON, MILLIA ISON, MILLIA S49 S44

TTh MWF TTh

THAGGERT, HENRY DU, JIANBO DU, JIANBO

S42 ECOT-1 S44 E34

01312 MATH-114.-21 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MTWTh PLUM, KATHRYN Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-21: Math Performance Success. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at [email protected] for an application. 01313 MATH-114.-22 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW MW SEKHON, RUPINDER MAILHOT, JAMES

S16 G5

01314 MATH-114.-23 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01315 01316 MATH-114.-24 MATH-114.-25 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh MW MW

GHORI, ABDUL SMITH, TIMOTHY KRESTAS, GEORGE

S49 G5 E32

01317 MATH-114.-26 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-26: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.

01318 MATH-114.-27 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MTWTh PLUM, KATHRYN Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-27: Math Performance Success. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at [email protected] for an application. 01319 01320 30312 MATH-114.-28 MATH-114.-29 MATH-114.-30 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW MW TTh MW W BOWMAN, RONALD KRESTAS, GEORGE MAILHOT, JAMES ABB, WILLIAM ABB, WILLIAM

E34

S54 E32 G7 S16 S42

01321 MATH-114.-61 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 PM-10:20 PM 01321 MATH-114.-61 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-61: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 01322 MATH-114.-62 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 PM-10:20 PM 01322 MATH-114.-62 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-62: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 01323 MATH-114.-63 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW M

ABB, WILLIAM ABB, WILLIAM

S16 S42

TTh

GHORI, ABDUL

S45

01324 * MATH-114.-63Z College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) TBA TBA DESILETS, LENORE LC107 Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-63Z: Online course with on-campus orientation on first Thursday of quarter; software component (MyMathLab) and required on-campus meetings, Thursday 6:30-8:45 pm, S-44. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. High speed internet connection required. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ . Uses internet-based video lectures, homework/quizzes and support; recommended text (ebook is on software) total cost approximately $100. Tuesday evening online meetings required unless other arrangements made with instructor. See a sample of this course at http://coursecompass.com /html/take_a_tour.html#student 01325 MATH-114.-64 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-07:45 PM 01325 MATH-114.-64 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 07:45 PM-08:45 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-114.-64: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 01326 30827 MATH-114.-65 MATH-114.-71 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh TTh TRAYER, KAREN TRAYER, KAREN S49 S44

MW MW

DHALIWAL, HARMANPAL TSUJI, CHRISTIE

E33 G5

MATH 210: College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter); or four hours lecture and two hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Mathematics 110.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Use of basic arithmetic in application problems, estimation, the real number system, variables and linear equations, graphs of linear equations and the Cartesian coordinate system, the concept of function.

30828 01331 01332 01334

MATH-210.-01 MATH-210.-03 MATH-210.-05 MATH-210.-09

College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF

FLORERO, ARIEL AUYOUNG, YATMAN AUYOUNG, YATMAN VISWANADHA, YOGESWARI

S46 G5 G5 E33

111 of 175

31060 MATH-210.-10 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 31060 MATH-210.-10 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-210.-10: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 01335 01336 01338 01339 30337 01341 01342 31063 31063 MATH-210.-11 MATH-210.-21 MATH-210.-24 MATH-210.-25 MATH-210.-27 MATH-210.-61 MATH-210.-63 MATH-210.-71 MATH-210.-71 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh MWF

ISON, MILLIA ISON, MILLIA

ADM103 S44

MTWThF MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh T Th

MOSH, FARSHOD NJINIMBAM, EDWIN WHEELER, DANIEL HEADLEY, STEPHEN NICOLETTI, RONALD RUDOLF, HOWARD CHADDA, AMARJIT SHAH, HEMENDRA SHAH, HEMENDRA

S49 S41 G5 E36 S54 S41 E33 TBA S48

MATH 212: College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter); or four hours lecture and two hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Mathematics 112.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the Math Placement Test within last calendar year; or Mathematics 210 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Application of linear functions, quadratic functions and linear systems to problems. Emphasis on the development of models of real world applications and interpretation of their characteristics.

01344

MATH-212.-01

College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM

MTWThF MTTh WF

LEGGE, VICTOR ISON, MILLIA ISON, MILLIA

S45 S49 S44

01345 MATH-212.-02 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 01345 MATH-212.-02 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-212.-02: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 01346 MATH-212.-03 Course Notes (Winter): College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

CAO, MICHAEL

MQ-3

01348 MATH-212.-05 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 01348 MATH-212.-05 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-212.-05: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 31062 MATH-212.-06 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTTh WF

ISON, MILLIA ISON, MILLIA

S49 S44

MTWThF

STAFF, M

S15

01349 + MATH-212.-06D College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW BAMBHANIA, DOLI ECOT-1 Course Notes (Winter): MATH -212.-06D: LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in EWRT 211.01YD. www.deanza.edu/linc For questions, contact Matt Abrahams at [email protected] or 408.864.8534 01350 MATH-212.-07 Course Notes (Winter): 01351 01352 01353 01354 MATH-212.-08 MATH-212.-09 MATH-212.-10 MATH-212.-11 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF MOISE, BERNADETTE E34

College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF MTWThF

SHI, KEJIAN LEGGE, VICTOR JUDSON, ZACHARY JUDSON, ZACHARY

S45 G5 S41 S41 G7

30338 MATH-212.-15 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF BENSIDI, NADIA Course Notes (Winter): MATH-212.-15: Math Performance Success. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at [email protected] for an application. 31061 01357 MATH-212.-16 MATH-212.-21 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MTWThF MW NGUYEN, THIEN JONES, FRANK

ADM102 G7 S49

01358 MATH-212.-22 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MTWTh KHOSRAVI, MEHRDAD Course Notes (Winter): MATH-212.-22: Math Performance Success. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at [email protected] for an application. 01359 01360 01361 01362 MATH-212.-23 MATH-212.-24 MATH-212.-25 MATH-212.-26 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW TTh TTh MW HANSEN, JOEL LOPEZ, RICHARD WHEELER, DANIEL THAGGERT, HENRY

E33 E32 E33 E33

112 of 175

01364 01365 01366

MATH-212.-28 MATH-212.-29 MATH-212.-30

College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh MW MW

SHAH, HEMENDRA HANSEN, JOEL GAWBILL, JANET

S41 S41 G7 G5

01367 MATH-212.-31 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF DANILOVA, NINA Course Notes (Winter): MATH-212.-31: Math Performance Success. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at [email protected] for an application. 01368 MATH-212.-61 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:15 PM 01368 MATH-212.-61 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 PM-10:10 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-212.-61: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 30977 MATH-212.-62 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:15 PM 30977 MATH-212.-62 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 PM-10:10 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-212.-62: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. 01370 01371 01372 MATH-212.-63 MATH-212.-64 MATH-212.-65 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 09:00 PM-11:15 PM MW M SALES, PARVIZ SALES, PARVIZ

S16 S42

MW W

SALES, PARVIZ SALES, PARVIZ

S16 S42

TTh TTh MW

NGUYEN, DUC PHELPS, ANDREW RUDOLF, HOWARD

E34 S41 S45

MATH 242: Academic Excellence in Trigonometry

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Mathematics 252.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Mathematics 242 students must also enroll in Mathematics 42. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Critical thinking and skills reinforcement in a trigonometry setting: cooperative learning/study techniques, concept development, and use of technology.

30829 MATH-242.-09 Academic Excellence in Trigonometry (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 30829 MATH-242.-09 Academic Excellence in Trigonometry (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): MATH-242.-09 Students enrolled in MATH-242.-09 must also enroll in MATH-042.-09.

TTh W

MATHIOS, DIANE MATHIOS, DIANE

S45 S42

****** Manufacturing and CNC Technologies

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

MCNC 56X: Special Projects in Manufacturing and CNC

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Manufacturing and CNC 56, 56X and 56Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Projects advancing student's knowledge and experience in a selected area of Manufacturing and CNC Technology. Project type and design will be determined through consultation with the instructor.

01374

MCNC-056X-65R Special Projects in Manufacturing and CNC (LAB)

TBA

TBA

APPIO, MICHAEL

E21

MCNC 56Y: Special Projects in Manufacturing and CNC

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Manufacturing and CNC 56, 56X and 56Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Projects advancing student's knowledge and experience in a selected area of Manufacturing and CNC Technology. Project type and design will be determined through consultation with the instructor.

01375

MCNC-056Y-65R Special Projects in Manufacturing and CNC (LAB)

TBA

TBA

APPIO, MICHAEL

TBA

MCNC 71: Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Manufacturing lab safety. Precision measuring tools and practices. Basic manual machine operations: pedestal grinders, drill presses, saws, lathes and milling machines. Threads: types, applications and use of taps and dies. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) mills: axis moves, cutters, tooling, basic setup and controller function. Cutter speed and feed calculations.

01378 MCNC-071.-55 Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh LARSON, MARK 01378 MCNC-071.-55 Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:45 PM MTWTh LARSON, MARK Course Notes (Winter): MCNC-071.-55:Accelerated class meets six weeks beginning February 21. See www.deanza.edu/cnc for more info. 01379 01379 MCNC-071.-61 MCNC-071.-61 Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes (CLAS) Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes (CLAS) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:45 PM TTh TTh LARSON, MARK LARSON, MARK

E24 E21

E25 E21

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MCNC 75B: Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and Operation; Lathes, Advanced Mills

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $25.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Manufacturing and CNC 75A with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Course Description: Introduction to lathe tool path programming using word address format, including coordinate system, cutter compensation and canned cycles. Advanced mill programming; sub programs, work coordinate system and use of macros. Program entry, editing, and back plotting. Machine controller functions and operations. Single point threading and Unified thread form classes and measurement. Cutting tool insert selection.

01380

Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh Operation; Lathes, Advanced Mills (CLAS) 01380 MCNC-075B-55 Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and 09:30 AM-12:45 PM MTWTh Operation; Lathes, Advanced Mills (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MCNC-075B-55: Accelerated class meets six weeks beginning January 9th. See www.deanza.edu/cnc 01381 01381 MCNC-075B-61 MCNC-075B-61 Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and Operation; Lathes, Advanced Mills (CLAS) Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and Operation; Lathes, Advanced Mills (CLAS) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:45 PM MW MW

MCNC-075B-55

APPIO, MICHAEL APPIO, MICHAEL

E24 E21

NEWELL, CHRISTOPH NEWELL, CHRISTOPH

E23 E23

MCNC 75C: CNC Lathes and Horizontal Machining Centers; Programming and Operation, 4th Rotary Axis, Fixture Design

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $25.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Manufacturing and CNC 75B with a grade of C or better. Course Description: CNC lathe tool path programming using G and M code format, including tool orientation and compensation and canned cycles. Programming for CNC horizontal machining centers and 4th axis rotary tables. Horizontal machining center and lathe controller functions, setup and operations. Fixture design for mills and lathes; base plate layout, supporting, locating, and clamping practices.

30727

CNC Lathes and Horizontal Machining Centers; Programming 08:30 AM-12:45 PM MTWTh APPIO, MICHAEL and Operation, 4th Rotary Axis, Fixture Design (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): MCNC-075C.-55:Accelerated class meets six weeks beginning February 20. See www.deanza.edu/cnc for more info.

MCNC-075C-55

E23

MCNC 76C: CAD/CAM Based Computer Numerical Control Programming Using Mastercam

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $10.00 || Prerequisites: (Students may receive credit for only one Manufacturing and CNC 76 course with an A through E designation.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent; basic understanding of mill and lathe operations. Course Description: Introduction to Mastercam three axis mill programming. Create part geometry, define tools and tool paths, using post-processors to produce word-address format programs.

30346

MCNC-076C-61

CAD/CAM Based Computer Numerical Control Programming Using Mastercam (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:45 PM

MW

LARSON, MARK

E24

MCNC 76M: CAD/CAM Based Computer Numerical Control Programming Using Mastercam

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Prerequisites: (Students may receive credit for only one Manufacturing and CNC 76 course with an L through Q designation.) Prerequisite: Manufacturing and CNC 76C. Course Description: Advanced Mastercam; complex surfacing for milling machines and contouring surfaces for lathes. Tooling, workflow and programming for horizontal machining centers.

31184

* CAD/CAM Based Computer Numerical Control Programming 05:30 PM-09:45 PM TTh GOODWIN, DEREK E24 MCNC-076M-61Y Using Mastercam (CLAS) 31184 * CAD/CAM Based Computer Numerical Control Programming TBA TBA GOODWIN, DEREK ONLINE MCNC-076M-61Y Using Mastercam (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): MCNC-076M-61Y Orientation 1/10 at 5:30pm.This hybrid class meets two days a week in the classroom--Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30pm to 7:45pm - with four hours of on-line work TBA. Students are required to complete the online assignments in catalyst. The instructor is available on-line Tuesday and Thursday between 12:00pm and 2:00pm.

MCNC 77: Machining Practices Using Conventional Machine Tools, Tool Design, Abrasive Machining

Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $25.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Manufacturing and CNC 71 with a grade of C or better or equivalent. Course Description: Advanced machining practices using conventional machine tools. Introduction to fixture design including location and clamping methods and computation of fits and allowances. Abrasive machining.

01384 01384

MCNC-077.-61 MCNC-077.-61

Machining Practices Using Conventional Machine Tools, Tool Design, Abrasive Machining (CLAS) Machining Practices Using Conventional Machine Tools, Tool Design, Abrasive Machining (CLAS)

05:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:45 PM

MW MW

APPIO, MICHAEL APPIO, MICHAEL

E25 E21

MCNC 200Z: Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Manufacturing and CNC 200, 200X, 200Y and 200Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Manufacturing and CNC 200, 200X, 200Y and 200Z students must also enroll in any Manufacturing and CNC Technology course. Course Description: Use of Manufacturing and CNC Technology labs for additional/advanced projects in MCNC. Projects will vary each quarter based on the students other

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MCNC classes and the direction of the instructor.

01385

MCNC-200Z-01

Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory (LAB)

02:30 PM-05:20 PM

TTh

LARSON, MARK

E21

****** Meteorology

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

MET 10: Weather Processes

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the principles of the science of meteorology including: history of the science; origin, evolution and structure of the atmosphere; major atmospheric variables that determine weather; global and local wind circulations; air masses and frontal systems; birth and development of extra tropical and tropical cyclones and associated severe weather phenomena; weather map analysis and interpretation; objective techniques used by meteorologists to forecast weather.

01386 01387 01388 31067

MET-010.-01 MET-010.-02 MET-010.-03 MET-010.-61

Weather Processes (CLAS) Weather Processes (CLAS) Weather Processes (CLAS) Weather Processes (CLAS)

09:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MW TTh MW MW

OLEJNICZAK, PAUL OLEJNICZAK, PAUL JAMES, BRIDGET JAMES, BRIDGET

S32 S32 E35 KC112

MET 10L: Meteorology Laboratory

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Meteorology 50L.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 210 or equivalent; Meteorology 10 (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introductory weather lab in which students work with observational data, graphics products, charts and instruments used by synoptic meteorologists to forecast weather. Lab sessions will include current weather products downloaded from the American Meteorological Society's "Online Weather Studies" homepage which has been specifically design for this course and from De Anza College's automated rooftop weather station. Students will practice the analysis and decision-making skills employed by meteorologists to diagnose air patterns, understand air motions and predict future atmospheric conditions.

01391

MET-010L-02

Meteorology Laboratory (LAB)

04:00 PM-05:15 PM

MW

JAMES, BRIDGET

S44

****** Music

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

MUSI 1A: Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly Music 1.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline of music; methods of understanding music available in modern culture; listening techniques; use of fundamental concepts including form, style, musical media, and textures; acquaintance with and comparison of musical examples from various eras and cultures; roles of music in society.

01392 MUSI-001A-01 Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-001A-01: For more information, please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/mitchell/music1/ 01394 MUSI-001A-02 Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-001A-02: For more information, please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/mitchell/music1/ 01396 MUSI-001A-03 Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW

MITCHELL, GEORGE

A11

MITCHELL, GEORGE

A11

GLASMAN, ILAN

VPA115

01397 * MUSI-001A-63Z Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures (CLAS) TBA TBA TAYERLE, LOREN ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-001A-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

MUSI 1B: Introduction to Music: Jazz Styles

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Music 7A.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline of music through American Jazz; from its multicultural origins to the present; listening skills and use of fundamental musical elements for distinguished jazz styles; social issues, noted performers, and technological advancements found in jazz.

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01398

MUSI-001B-01

Introduction to Music: Jazz Styles (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

FARRINGTON, ROBERT

A31

MUSI 1D: Introduction to Music: Rock - from Roots to Rap

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Music 59.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to music through rock music, tracing its beginnings in the early 1950s to the present. Various rock styles will be related to the historical trends and events of the time period being studied; listening techniques; use of fundamental concepts including form, style, musical media, and textures; acquaintance with and comparison of musical examples from various styles.

01399

MUSI-001D-01

Introduction to Music: Rock - from Roots to Rap (CLAS)

02:30 PM-04:20 PM

TTh

FARRINGTON, ROBERT

A11

MUSI 3B: Comprehensive Musicianship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, two hours lecture-laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: Music 3A or equivalent. Course Description: Principles, literacy, and parameters of music including writing elementary four part harmony, sight singing, rhythmic training, ear training, and keyboard work for the student with some basic skills and education in standard notation.

01400 01400 01400

MUSI-003B-01 MUSI-003B-01 MUSI-003B-01

Comprehensive Musicianship (CLAS) Comprehensive Musicianship (CLAS) Comprehensive Musicianship (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

Th MWF T

HICKS, GAIL SETZIOL, PAUL SETZIOL, PAUL

A29 A91 A91

MUSI 4B: Comprehensive Musicianship II (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, two hours lecture-laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: Music 4A or equivalent. Course Description: Principles, literacy, and parameters of music including writing, comprehensive and aural analysis, sight singing, rhythmic training, ear training, and keyboard work for the more advanced undergraduate student exploring chromatic practice and the limits of the tonal system including a review of diatonic practice.

30140 30140 30140

MUSI-004B-01 MUSI-004B-01 MUSI-004B-01

Comprehensive Musicianship II (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Comprehensive Musicianship II (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Comprehensive Musicianship II (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM

Th MWF T

HICKS, GAIL SETZIOL, PAUL SETZIOL, PAUL

A29 A91 A91

MUSI 8: Intermediate Electronic Music

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, two hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Music 51. Course Description: Intermediate level electronic music techniques including digital and analog synthesizer sound design and editing; professional studio and computer music software including integrated audio/MIDI sequencing software, instrument editors, software synthesizers; basic audio/MIDI studio configuration; modular synthesis; basic digital audio recording and editing; basic audio signal processing; introduction to concepts of music notation software; historical and technological development of electronic music; roles of electronic music technology in twentieth-century music. Some prior music experience and/or concurrent enrollment in Music 10A or Music 12A is recommended, but not required.

30498 MUSI-008.-01 Intermediate Electronic Music (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM T MITCHELL, GEORGE 30498 MUSI-008.-01 Intermediate Electronic Music (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM Th MITCHELL, GEORGE Course Notes (Winter): MUSI008.01: For more information, please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/mitchell/electronicmusic/

A91 A91

MUSI 9: Jazz Piano

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play a keyboard instrument and read music. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Development of the ability to play jazz piano arrangements from lead sheets in a variety of jazz styles using knowledge of jazz harmony, jazz piano techniques, and improvisational skills. Improvisational skill on the piano is developed through the understanding and practice of scale choices, and the application of techniques for melodic development.

30981

MUSI-009.-61

Jazz Piano (CLAS)

06:30 PM-09:20 PM

T

SCHNEIDER, JAMES

A29

MUSI 10A: Music Fundamentals

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Offers a basic introduction to concepts and skills of music notation, rhythm, major and minor scales and keys, simple sight-reading, key signatures, melody, and triads. Open to all students. May be appropriate for students with low scores on the Music 3A diagnostic test. Music Fundamentals students with no previous musical experience may benefit from concurrent enrollment in a beginning instrumental or vocal performance class.

01404 01405

MUSI-010A-01 MUSI-010A-61

Music Fundamentals (CLAS) Music Fundamentals (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM

MWF T

POKLEWSKI, ANNA FARRINGTON, ROBERT

A29 A91

MUSI 12A: Class Piano I

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 12A, 12B, 12C and 18 may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) ||

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Prerequisites: Advisory: Music 10A. Course Description: Beginning piano for students with no previous instruction, those who need knowledge of piano for a teaching credential, music majors, and the general student.

01406 01407 01408 01409 30982

MUSI-012A-01 MUSI-012A-01L MUSI-012A-02 MUSI-012A-03 MUSI-012A-04

Class Piano I (CLAS) Class Piano I (CLAS) Class Piano I (CLAS) Class Piano I (CLAS) Class Piano I (CLAS)

01:30 PM-04:20 PM 09:30 AM-12:25 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:45 AM

M S MWF MWF TTh

HICKS, GAIL THOMSEN, JOHN POKLEWSKI, ANNA POKLEWSKI, ANNA SETZIOL, PAUL

A29 A29 A29 A29 A29

MUSI 12B: Class Piano II

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 12A, 12B, 12C and 18 may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Music 12A or consent of instructor. Course Description: Basic piano for beginning students who read treble and bass clef, and understand music notation.

01411 01412

MUSI-012B-01 MUSI-012B-01L

Class Piano II (CLAS) Class Piano II (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-12:25 PM

MWF S

POKLEWSKI, ANNA THOMSEN, JOHN

A29 A29

MUSI 12C: Class Piano III

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 12A, 12B, 12C and 18 may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Music 12B or approval of instructor. Course Description: Piano performance with emphasis on interpretation, musical form and harmony.

01413

MUSI-012C-01

Class Piano III (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MWF

POKLEWSKI, ANNA

A29

MUSI 13A: Beginning Singing I

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 13A and 13B may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and English 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261. 262 and 263; an understanding of basic music notation and some possession of basic piano skills, or concurrent enrollment in Music 10A or 12A. Course Description: Class instruction for beginners in techniques of solo and group singing. Training in controlling tonal production, breathing, diction, and musical accuracy.

01414 MUSI-013A-01 Beginning Singing I (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MWF GLASMAN, ILAN Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-013A-01: In addition to vocal training, this course will also offer students an opportunity to explore basic choral literature. 30177 01416 MUSI-013A-02 MUSI-013A-61 Beginning Singing I (CLAS) Beginning Singing I (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM TTh T SETZIOL, PAUL BANDERMANN, BILLIE

A31

A11 A11

MUSI 13B: Beginning Singing II

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 13A and 13B may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Music 13A or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; an understanding of basic music notation and some possession of basic piano skills, or concurrent enrollment in Music 10A or 12A. Course Description: Continuation of Music 13A with emphasis on musicianship, memorization, legato singing, correction of individual problems, and the rudiments of performance. Training in controlling tonal production, breathing, diction, and musical accuracy.

01418 MUSI-013B-01 Beginning Singing II (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MWF GLASMAN, ILAN Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-013B-01: In addition to vocal training, this course will also offer students an opportunity to explore basic choral literature. 30178 01419 MUSI-013B-02 MUSI-013B-61 Beginning Singing II (CLAS) Beginning Singing II (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM TTh T SETZIOL, PAUL BANDERMANN, BILLIE

A31

A11 A11

MUSI 14A: Classical Guitar I

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 14A, 14B and 14C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Beginning instruction for playing the classical, nylon-stringed guitar, assuming no prior musical experience. Introduces basic note reading on the first four frets of the instrument, left and right hand techniques, including free strokes, rest strokes, arpeggio technique, left-hand development of strength and independence. Chords, chord progression and basic strumming techniques will also be introduced.

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01420 MUSI-014A-01 Classical Guitar I (CLAS) 02:30 PM-03:45 PM MW Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-014A-01: For more information, please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/dunnron/ 01422 MUSI-014A-02 Classical Guitar I (CLAS) 03:30 PM-04:45 PM TTh Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-014A-02: For more information, please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/dunnron/ 01421 MUSI-014A-02L Classical Guitar I (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:25 PM S

DUNN, RONALD

A31

DUNN, RONALD

A31

ZUSSMAN, BENETT

A31

MUSI 14B: Classical Guitar II

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 14A, 14B and 14C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Music 14A or equivalent level; admission by instructor approval. Course Description: Refinement and expansion of classical guitar techniques learned in Classical Guitar I. Topics include expanded arpeggio techniques, free stroke and rest stroke development, slur technique, complex rhythms, multiple-voice music reading, and repertoire development. Music fundamentals such as major and minor scales and chord construction will also be covered.

01424 MUSI-014B-61 Classical Guitar II (CLAS) 05:30 PM-06:45 PM TTh Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-014B-61: For more information, please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/dunnron/

DUNN, RONALD

A31

MUSI 14C: Classical Guitar III

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 14A, 14B and 14C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Music 14B or equivalent level; admission by instructor approval. Course Description: Continuation and expansion of skills learned in Classical Guitar II. Development of sight-reading skills, complex rhythms and multiple-voice music in positions two through five through exercises and standard guitar repertoire. Emphasis on proper technique, interpretation, dynamics and tone color.

01425 MUSI-014C-61 Classical Guitar III (CLAS) 05:30 PM-06:45 PM TTh Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-014C-61: For more information, please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/dunnron/

DUNN, RONALD

A31

MUSI 18: Intermediate Piano

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 12A, 12B, 12C and 18 may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Music 12C or approval of instructor. Course Description: Piano music from the Baroque era to the present, with emphasis on the style of each period and differences in interpretation.

01426

MUSI-018.-01

Intermediate Piano (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MWF

POKLEWSKI, ANNA

A29

MUSI 20: De Anza Chorale

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit as long as the topics change each quarter.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; concurrent enrollment in Music 10A, 12A or 13A is recommended. Course Description: Study and performance of traditional, classical choral literature. Cultivation of performance skills in accompanied music. Attendance at all scheduled performances is required. Enrollment is open to all students. An introductory audition will assess pitch-matching ability and determine vocal range and appropriate choral part.

01427 MUSI-020.-61 De Anza Chorale (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM M GLASMAN, ILAN A11 Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-020.-61: Open to all students, staff, faculty, administration and community. New members may join at the beginning of the quarter. A quick vocal placement, with the director, will determine the voice part assigned.

MUSI 21: Vintage Singers

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $7.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; concurrent enrollment in Music 10A, 10B, 3A, 3B, 3C or 12A is recommended. Course Description: Study and performance of specialized choral styles from early to modern in an ensemble of limited size. Enrollment subject to audition. Choral experience, previous vocal training, and some music reading ability is necessary. Attendance at all scheduled performances is required.

30983 MUSI-021.-01 Vintage Singers (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW GLASMAN, ILAN 30983 MUSI-021.-01 Vintage Singers (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM F GLASMAN, ILAN Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-021.-01: Auditions will be held during the first week of classes. First meeting will be Monday, January 3, 2011.

A11 A11

MUSI 25H: Performance Workshop (Guitar)

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 25G-VJ may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Placement by audition. Course Description: Master class instruction in solo and ensemble performance technique, requiring technical command of the instrument and basic knowledge of musicianship.

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30038

MUSI-025H-61

Performance Workshop (Guitar) (CLAS)

07:30 PM-10:20 PM

Th

DUNN, RONALD

A91

MUSI 31: Chamber Orchestra

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Music 31A.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition; ability to play an orchestral instrument and read music at sight. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Performance of music for chamber orchestra emphasizing the development of good ensemble and proper musical interpretations.

30984 MUSI-031.-61 Chamber Orchestra (CLAS) 07:30 PM-11:20 PM Th TAYERLE, LOREN Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-031.-61: String players are especially encouraged to enroll. For further information, call (408) 864-8999 x3499.

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MUSI 32A: Jazz Solo Voice

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 32A and 32B may be taken up to six times for credit as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Music 52A.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Music 13B or equivalent private vocal instruction or experience. All students should have solo voice experience. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Study and performance of songs in the jazz idiom. Emphasis on jazz phrasing, melodic and harmonic improvisation, stylistic concepts, vocal consistency, variation of texture, jazz rhythms, rhythm section communication, microphone technique.

30376

MUSI-032A-61

Jazz Solo Voice (CLAS)

06:30 PM-09:20 PM

Th

HAWKINS, MICHELLE

A11

MUSI 34: Jazz Ensemble

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play an instrument and read music. Enrollment may be subject to audition. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; concurrent enrollment in Music 42 and/or 48 is recommended. Course Description: Sight-reading, rehearsal, performance and recording of diverse styles of music composed and arranged for standard jazz ensemble. Emphasis on improvising within the ensemble structure is a goal for each individual.

01432 MUSI-034.-61 Jazz Ensemble (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W TYLER, STEVEN A31 Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-034-61: DADDIO JAZZ ENSEMBLE is open to all qualified instrumentalists who play a standard "big band" instrument, i.e. alto, tenor or baritone saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, jazz guitar, bass, drum set, percussion. Must be able to read notated music or rhythm section chord chart. Call Steve Tyler for further information at (408) 864-8999, ext. 3450, and check his website at http://faculty.deanza.edu/tylersteve/courses/musi41v55

MUSI 41V: Rehearsal and Performance

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for each unit of credit (24 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 41, 41U, 41V, 41W and 41X may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Supervised participation in the various aspects of music rehearsal and/or performance.

30985

MUSI-041V-01

Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MWF

POKLEWSKI, ANNA

A29

01443 MUSI-041V-61 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M RUSSELL, JOHN A31 Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-041V-61: Open to all students, staff, faculty, administration and community. New members may join at the beginning of the quarter. A quick vocal placement, with the director, will determine the voice part assigned. 01444 MUSI-041V-62 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM Th HAWKINS, MICHELLE A11 Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-041V-62: DADDIO JAZZ ENSEMBLE is open to all qualified instrumentalists who play a standard "big band" instrument, i.e. alto, tenor or baritone saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, jazz guitar, bass, drum set, percussion. Must be able to read notated music or rhythm section chord chart. Call Steve Tyler for further information at (408) 864-8999, ext. 3450, and check his website at http://faculty.deanza.edu/tylersteve/courses/musi41v55

MUSI 41W: Rehearsal and Performance

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for each unit of credit (24 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 41, 41U, 41V, 41W and 41X may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Supervised participation in the various aspects of music rehearsal and/or performance.

30986 MUSI-041W-01 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW GLASMAN, ILAN 30986 MUSI-041W-01 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM F GLASMAN, ILAN Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-041W-01: Auditions will be held during the first week of classes. First meeting will be Monday, January 9, 2012. 30987 MUSI-041W-02 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW RUSSELL, JOHN

A11 A11

A31 A11

30988 MUSI-041W-61 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM M GLASMAN, ILAN Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-041W-61: Open to all students, staff, faculty, administration and community. New members may join at the beginning of the quarter. A quick vocal placement, with the director, will determine the voice part assigned. 30990 MUSI-041W-62 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W TYLER, STEVEN

A31

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Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-041W-62: DADDIO JAZZ ENSEMBLE is open to all qualified instrumentalists who play a standard "big band" instrument, i.e. alto, tenor or baritone saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, jazz guitar, bass, drum set, percussion. Must be able to read notated music or rhythm section chord chart. Call Steve Tyler for further information at (408) 864-8999, ext. 3450, and check his website at http://faculty.deanza.edu/tylersteve/courses/musi41v55 30991 MUSI-041W-63 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 07:30 PM-11:20 PM Th TAYERLE, LOREN Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-041W-63: String players are especially encouraged to enroll. For further information, call (408) 864-8999 x3499. 30992 MUSI-041W-64 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM Th DUNN, RONALD A31

A91

MUSI 42: Symphonic Wind Ensemble

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play a band instrument and read music at sight. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; concurrent enrollment in Music 32, 34, or 48 is recommended. Course Description: Rehearsal, sight-reading, performance, and recording of wind ensemble literature in a variety of styles and time-periods. Attendance at all scheduled performances is required.

01446

MUSI-042.-01

Symphonic Wind Ensemble (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

MW

RUSSELL, JOHN

A31

MUSI 45: Jazz Combos

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Music 45C.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play an instrument and read music. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Preparation and performance of music for jazz combo. Ensemble and improvisational performance are emphasized in addition to playing in all jazz rhythmic styles. Student compositions and arrangements are encouraged. Participation at all scheduled performances is required.

01447 MUSI-045.-61 Jazz Combos (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W TYLER, STEVEN A31 Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-045.-61: Contact instructor for audition information. Call Steve Tyler at (408) 864-8999, ext. 3450, and see his website at http://faculty.deanza.edu/tylersteve /courses/musi41v55

MUSI 48: Jazz Improvisation

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken six times for credit as long as the music performed is different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play an instrument and read music. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Development of improvisational skill in the jazz idiom. Analysis of scales, chords, and forms as applicable to improvisational performance of standard jazz vehicles. Ear training and transcribing solos included. Attendance and participation in final recital is required. Music will vary each quarter.

01450 MUSI-048.-61 Jazz Improvisation (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M RUSSELL, JOHN A31 Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-048.-61: This class features a combination of instruction in improvisation and the jazz combo experience. Placement audition at the first class meeting. Students are expected to spend a minimum of three hours per week on individual studio practice in preparation for an end-of-quarter recital performance.

MUSI 51: Introduction to Electronic Music

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, two hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduction to the use of keyboard controllers, hardware and software synthesizers and instruments, and sequencing and audio software to create music in a variety of styles; basic studio techniques; introduction to Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI); introduction to basic historical developments in electronic music; creation of music/audio projects using basic electronic music hardware and software. Some prior music experience is recommended but not required.

01451 MUSI-051.-01 Introduction to Electronic Music (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM M MITCHELL, GEORGE 01451 MUSI-051.-01 Introduction to Electronic Music (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM W MITCHELL, GEORGE Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-051.-01: For more information, please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/mitchell/electronicmusic/ 01452 MUSI-051.-01L Introduction to Electronic Music (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM F MITCHELL, GEORGE 01452 MUSI-051.-01L Introduction to Electronic Music (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM F MITCHELL, GEORGE Course Notes (Winter): MUSI-051.-01L: For more information, please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza.edu/mitchell/electronicmusic/

A91 A91

A91 A91

MUSI 58A: Beginning African and African-Influenced Percussion and Rhythms

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 58A and 58B may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Music 58.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: An introduction to selected African, Afro-Caribbean and Latin American rhythms applied to hand drums, stick drums and percussion instruments. Each quarter focuses on one particular culture area and its traditional and popular music styles. No musical experience required. Instruments for in-class use provided.

01453

MUSI-058A-01

Beginning African and African-Influenced Percussion and Rhythms (CLAS)

01:30 PM-02:45 PM

TTh

DUNN, RONALD

A31

MUSI 58B: Intermediate African and African-Influenced Percussion and Rhythms

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 58A and 58B may be taken up to six times for credit.) ||

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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Music 58A or equivalent level. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Intermediate-level skill development of selected African, Afro-Caribbean and Latin American rhythms applied to hand drums, stick drums and other percussion instruments. Each quarter focuses on one particular culture area and its traditional and popular music styles. Instruments for in-class use provided.

01454

MUSI-058B-01

Intermediate African and African-Influenced Percussion and Rhythms (CLAS)

01:30 PM-02:45 PM

TTh

DUNN, RONALD

A31

MUSI 77: Special Projects in Music

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual advanced projects in music.

31103 31104 31116

MUSI-077.-65R MUSI-077.-66R MUSI-077.-67R

Special Projects in Music (LAB) Special Projects in Music (LAB) Special Projects in Music (LAB)

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA

DUNN, RONALD MITCHELL, GEORGE SETZIOL, PAUL

TBA TBA TBA

MUSI 77X: Special Projects in Music

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual advanced projects in music.

31105 31106

MUSI-077X-65R Special Projects in Music (LAB) MUSI-077X-66R Special Projects in Music (LAB)

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

DUNN, RONALD MITCHELL, GEORGE

TBA TBA

MUSI 77Y: Special Projects in Music

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Music 77, 77X and 77Y may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual advanced projects in music.

31107 31108

MUSI-077Y-65R MUSI-077Y-66R

Special Projects in Music (LAB) Special Projects in Music (LAB)

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

DUNN, RONALD MITCHELL, GEORGE

TBA TBA

****** Nursing

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

NURS 50: Career Opportunities in Nursing

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Careers in the health field with emphasis on education and practice. Required course for entry to De Anza's Registered Nursing Programs. Not required for LVN Transition to RN or Refresher Program for Registered Nurses.

01455

NURS-050.-01

Career Opportunities in Nursing (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:20 PM

W

ROWE, SILVINITA

FOR4

NURS 77: Special Projects in Nursing

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 77, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Nursing 56, 56X, 56Y and 56Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual special theory and/or clinical projects in nursing as determined in consultation with the instructor.

01456

NURS-077.-65R

Special Projects in Nursing (LAB)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

TBA

NURS 77Y: Special Projects in Nursing

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 77, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Nursing 56, 56X, 56Y and 56Z respectively.) ||

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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual special theory and/or clinical projects in nursing as determined in consultation with the instructor.

01458

NURS-077Y-65R Special Projects in Nursing (LAB)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

TBA

NURS 77Z: Special Projects in Nursing

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 77, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Nursing 56, 56X, 56Y and 56Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual special theory and/or clinical projects in nursing as determined in consultation with the instructor.

01459

NURS-077Z-65R Special Projects in Nursing (LAB)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

TBA

NURS 81: Fundamental Nursing (Non Acute/Sub Acute Care)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Admission into the De Anza College Nursing Program. Co-requisite: Nursing 81 students must also enroll in Nursing 81L and 81P. Course Description: Introduction to the foundation for entry into the field of nursing. Orem's model of self-care is used as the basis to study the health-illness continuum, the legal and ethical issues, safety principles, and the process of coping related to nursing practice. Goal-directed therapeutic communication techniques, principles of medical and surgical asepsis, and safe administration of medications by non-parenteral routes will be introduced. The nursing process is also a basis for all client interactions. Beginning teaching/learning principles will be explored to assist the client toward self-care.

01460

NURS-081.-01

Fundamental Nursing (Non Acute/Sub Acute Care) (CLAS)

06:30 AM-10:20 AM

T

HRYCYK, CATHY

S51

NURS 81L: Fundamental Nursing (Non Acute/Sub Acute Care Clinical)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Fifteen hours laboratory (180 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Admission into the De Anza College Nursing Program. Co-requisite: Nursing 81L students must also enroll in Nursing 81 and 81P. Course Description: Clinical objectives will be met in the campus skills laboratory and in skilled and sub acute nursing facilities to apply theory concepts. Fundamental nursing care concepts will be introduced. Students will have "hands on" experiences with all basic concepts presented.

01461

Fundamental Nursing (Non Acute/Sub Acute Care Clinical) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM (LAB) 01461 NURS-081L-01 Fundamental Nursing (Non Acute/Sub Acute Care Clinical) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): NURS-081L-01: This class meets in S81 for weeks 1-5 and in the hospital for weeks 6-11. 01462 Fundamental Nursing (Non Acute/Sub Acute Care Clinical) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM (LAB) Course Notes (Winter): NURS-081L-02: This class meets in S81 for weeks 1-5 and in the hospital for weeks 6-11. NURS-081L-02

NURS-081L-01

WTh WTh

HRYCYK, CATHY LAWSON-GILL, ELIZABETH

S81 S81

WTh

HRYCYK, CATHY

S81

NURS 81P: Pharmacology I

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours lecture (18 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (Open to non-nursing students with instructor approval.) Prerequisite: Admission into the De Anza College Nursing Program. Co-requisite: Nursing 81P students must also enroll in Nursing 81 and 81L (or Nursing 81N and 81NL). Course Description: Pharmacology I provides the basic foundation required for entry in the field of nursing. Legal/ethical issues and safety principles will be stressed throughout this course as an integral part of nursing practice. Beginning teaching/learning principles will be explored to assist the student to use effective techniques in self-care. The Nursing Process is used as a basis for all client interactions and Orem's model is integrated into this process.

01464

NURS-081P-01

Pharmacology I (CLAS)

01:30 PM-02:45 PM

T

HANNA, CASSIE

SC3103

NURS 81NL: CNA Transition (Non-Acute/Sub Acute Care Clinical)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Admission into the De Anza College Nursing Program; current California Nursing Assistant Certification. Co-requisite: Nursing 81N students must also enroll in Nursing 81N and 81P. Course Description: A transition course which provides a higher level entry into the nursing program for the Certified Nursing Assistant who has basic bedside nursing skills but lacks additional nursing requirements. The nursing process and teaching/learning principles are applied along with administration of non-parenteral medications.

01496 NURS-81NL-55 CNA Transition (Non-Acute/Sub Acute Care Clinical) (TBA) TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): NURS-81NL-55: This class meets in room S81 for weeks 1-5 and in the hospital for weeks 6-11.

HRYCYK, CATHY

S81

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NURS 82: Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 81 and 81L (or 81N and 81NL); and Nursing 81P (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 82 students must also enroll in Nursing 82L and 82P. Course Description: Physical and psychosocial, universal, developmental, and health deviation self-care requisites are addressed by utilization of the nursing process and Orem's model of self-care. The student will be introduced to principles of fluid and electrolyte theory, and safe administration of medication by parenteral and intravenous routes. The preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative stages of the surgical patient will be discussed. A variety of medical-surgical health deviations will also be presented which has a more surgical emphasis. The student will learn gender, physiological, ethnic, and age differences and similarities when discussing the health deviations and interventions.

01465

NURS-082.-01

Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I (CLAS)

06:30 AM-10:20 AM

Th

DOBOSZ, DEBRA

S57

NURS 82L: Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I (Clinical)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Fifteen hours laboratory (180 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 81 and 81L (or Nursing 81N and 81NL); and Nursing 81P (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 82L students must also enroll in Nursing 82 and 82P. Course Description: Physical and psychosocial, universal, developmental, and health deviation self-care requisites are addressed by utilization of the nursing process and Orem's model of self-care. Therapeutic communication techniques and teaching/learning principles are applied in assisting the medical/surgical client to move toward self-care. The student will be introduced to principles of safe administration of medications by parenteral routes, fluid and electrolyte theory application, and preparation and administration of intravenous infusions. Clinical assignments will focus on the perioperative client as well as medical health deviations discussed in theory class.

01466

# Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I (Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM NURS-082L-01F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-082L-01F: First two class sessions, January 9 & 10, meet in S81, 6:30 am - 2:30 pm. 01467 # Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I (Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM NURS-082L-02F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-082L-02F: First two class sessions, January 9 & 10, meet in S81, 6:30 am - 2:30 pm.

MT

DOBOSZ, DEBRA

HOSP

MT

DOBOSZ, DEBRA

HOSP

NURS 82P: Pharmacology II

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours lecture (18 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (Open to non-nursing students with instructor approval.) Prerequisite: Nursing 81 and 81 (or Nursing 81N and 81NL); and Nursing 81P (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 82P students must also enroll in Nursing 82 and 82L. Course Description: Pharmacology II provides the student a sound basis of pharmacology for entry into acute care nursing. Legal/ethical issues and safety principles will be stressed throughout this course as an integral part of nursing practice. Teaching/learning principles will be expanded to assist the student in effective techniques in self care. Orem's model is used as a basis for all client interactions and is integrated into the nursing process. The student will also incorporate principles of medical and surgical asepsis in the safe administration of medications by nonparenteral and parenteral routes with emphasis on parenteral routes.

01468

NURS-082P-01

Pharmacology II (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:45 AM

W

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

S32

NURS 83: Perinatal Nursing

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 82, 82L and 82P (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 83 students must also enroll in Nursing 83L, 83P and 83PL. Course Description: Utilization of the nursing process and incorporation of Orem's model of self-care in meeting universal, developmental, and health deviation self-care requisites of perinatal client and family. Focus is on the physical and psychosocial needs of the perinatal client, including the needs of the family unit. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the registered nurse specific scope of practice. Theory and clinical components are to be taken concurrently. Failure of either component requires both courses to be retaken.

01469 NURS-083.-55 Perinatal Nursing (CLAS) 10:30 AM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): NURS-083.-55: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of January 9. 01470 NURS-083.-56 Perinatal Nursing (CLAS) 10:30 AM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): NURS-083.-56: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of February 21.

Th

LIBOVA, OLGA

SC3103

Th

LIBOVA, OLGA

SC3103

NURS 83A: Pediatric Nursing

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 82, 82L and 82P (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 83A students must also enroll in Nursing 83AL, 83P and 83PL. Course Description: Introduction to the nursing care of children. Orem's model of self-care will be used as a basis to study the health/illness continuum as it applies to children and their families. The nursing process will be integrated throughout the course as a primary tool for delivering nursing care to children. Theory and clinical must be taken concurrently. Failure of either requires both to be retaken. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the registered nurse specific scope of practice.

01471 NURS-083A-55 Pediatric Nursing (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM W BRUCH, SUSAN Course Notes (Winter): NURS-083A-55: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of January 9. This is a blended course with on-campus and online instruction. Access to the internet is required. 01472 NURS-083A-56 Pediatric Nursing (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM W BRUCH, SUSAN

S57

S57

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Course Notes (Winter): NURS-083A-56: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of February 21. This is a blended course with on-campus and online instruction. Access to the internet is required.

NURS 83L: Perinatal Nursing (Clinical)

Unit(s): 2 1/2 || Hours: Seven and one-half hours laboratory (90 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 82, 82L and 82P (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 83L students must also enroll in Nursing 83, 83P and 83PL. Course Description: Clinical objectives will be achieved through student participation in nursing laboratory exercises, in acute hospital settings and in selected community-based women's health clinics. Assessment skills will be demonstrated by the instructor and practiced by the student before "hands-on" implementation in the various clinical settings. Theory and clinical components are to be taken concurrently. Failure of either component requires both courses to be retaken.

01473

# Perinatal Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 02:00 PM-10:00 PM MT LIBOVA, OLGA NURS-083L-55F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-083L-55F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning January 9. First class session meets in room S-83 at 9:30 a.m. 01474 # Perinatal Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 02:00 PM-10:00 PM MT LIBOVA, OLGA NURS-083L-56F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-083L-56F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning February 21. First class session meets in room S-83 at 9:30 a.m.

HOSP

HOSP

NURS 83P: Pharmacology III

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours lecture (18 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (Open to non-nursing students with instructor approval.) Prerequisite: Nursing 82, 82L and 82P (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 83P students must also enroll in Nursing 83, 83A, 83AL, 83L and 83PL. Course Description: Pharmacology III focuses on pharmacology related to the maternal and child population. Legal/ethical issues and safety principles will be stressed as an integral part of nursing practice. Teaching/learning principles with regard to medication administration will be included. Concepts on venipuncture will be presented.

01475

NURS-083P-01L Pharmacology III (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:45 AM

F

HRYCYK, CATHY

S81

NURS 83AL: Pediatric Nursing (Clinical)

Unit(s): 2 1/2 || Hours: Seven and one-half hours laboratory (90 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 82, 82L and 82P (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 83AL students must also enroll in Nursing 83A, 83P and 83PL. Course Description: Clinical objectives will be met in the campus skills laboratory, acute care facilities and numerous community agencies to apply theory concepts. Theory and clinical must be taken concurrently. Failure of either requires both to be retaken. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be utilized in the application of theoretical concepts with consideration for the Registered Nurse's scope of practice.

01497

# Pediatric Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM MT BRUCH, SUSAN NURS-83AL-55F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-83AL-55F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning January 9. First class session meets on January 9 in S-83 at 6:30 a.m. 01498 # Pediatric Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM MT BRUCH, SUSAN NURS-83AL-56F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-83AL-56F: Meets 6 weeks beginning February 21. First class session meets on February 21 in room S-83 at 6:30 a.m. (February 20 is a holiday)

HOSP

HOSP

NURS 83PL: Pharmacology III Laboratory

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 82, 82L and 82P (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 83PL students must also enroll in Nursing 83, 83A, 83AL, 83L and 83P. Course Description: Pharmacology III Laboratory objectives will be met in the campus skills laboratory. The focus of the course is to provide the student pharmacology skill application with emphasis on maternal and child population. Practice in venipuncture and blood withdrawal will also be provided. Concepts of advanced vascular access, chemotherapy and parenteral nutrition will be addressed.

01499

NURS-83PL-01L Pharmacology III Laboratory (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:45 AM

F

HRYCYK, CATHY

S81

NURS 84: Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 83, 83A, 83AL, 83L, 83P and 83PL (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 84 students must also enroll in Nursing 84C and 84L. Course Description: Utilization of the nursing process within the framework of Orem's model of self-care in relation to the gerontological client and the client with chronic self-care deficits. Emphasis is on the study of the older adult who is experiencing the normal process of aging as well as the older adult experiencing a health deviation. Critical thinking and problem solving will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the registered nurse scope of practice. This course and its clinical component (Nursing 84L) must be taken concurrently. Failure of either requires both to be retaken.

01476

NURS-084.-01

Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) (CLAS)

06:30 AM-10:20 AM

Th

COZZENS, SHERRI

SC3103

NURS 84C: Critical Thinking in Nursing

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Nursing 55C.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 83, 83A, 83AL, 83L, 83P and 83PL (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 84C students must also enroll in Nursing 84 and 84L. Course Description: Designed to assist the nurse in developing critical thinking skills to facilitate decision making and effective clinical judgment. The nursing process will be

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utilized as a mechanism in developing coherent and logical thinking through the use of scenarios, debates, group and written assignments. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the Registered Nurse specific scope of practice.

01477

NURS-084C-01

Critical Thinking in Nursing (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

Th

COZZENS, SHERRI

SC2106

NURS 84L: Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) - Clinical

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Fifteen hours laboratory (180 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 83, 83A, 83AL, 83L, 83P and 83PL (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 84L students must also enroll in Nursing 84 and 84C. Course Description: Utilization of the nursing process within the framework of Orem's model of self-care in relation to the gerontologic client and the client with chronic self-care deficits. Emphasis is on the clinical nursing care of the older adult who is experiencing the normal process of aging as well as the older adult experiencing a health deviation. Clinical objectives are met through experiences in a variety of settings such long-term care nursing facilities, medical-surgical units in acute care settings, adult community centers, and simulated laboratory settings. This course and its theory component (Nursing 84) must be taken concurrently. Failure of either requires both to be retaken. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be utilized in the application of theoretical concepts with consideration for the registered nurse's specific scope of practice.

01478

# Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) - Clinical (LAB) NURS-084L-01F # Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) - Clinical (LAB) NURS-084L-02F # Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) - Clinical (LAB) NURS-084L-02F

06:30 AM-02:30 PM

MT

COZZENS, SHERRI

HOSP

01479 01479

06:30 AM-02:30 PM 06:30 AM-02:30 PM

MT MT

COZZENS, SHERRI STAFF, M

HOSP HOSP

NURS 85: Advanced Medical-Surgical Concepts

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 84, 84C and 84L. Co-requisite: Nursing 85 students must also enroll in Nursing 85L. Course Description: Health deviations presented are encountered in the adult population. Topics include self-care deficits related to air, water, food, activity and rest, solitude/social interaction, elimination, prevention of hazards, and normalcy. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the Registered Nurse specific scope of practice.

01480 NURS-085.-55 Advanced Medical-Surgical Concepts (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Winter): NURS-085.-55: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of January 9. 01481 NURS-085.-56 Advanced Medical-Surgical Concepts (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Winter): NURS-085.-56: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of February 21.

T

HANNA, CASSIE

S57

T

HANNA, CASSIE

S57

NURS 85A: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Theory)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 84, 84C and 84L (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 85A students must also enroll in Nursing 85AL. Course Description: Utilization of the nursing process in learning to meet clients' self-care deficits, with an emphasis on the biopsychosocial needs of individuals across the life span who experience acute or severe psychopathology. Theories of psychiatric/mental health nursing will be taught in concert with nursing care of individuals undergoing treatment in a variety of behavioral healthcare settings. Theory and clinical components must be taken concurrently. Failure of either component requires both courses to be retaken.

01482 NURS-085A-55L Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Theory) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): NURS-085A-55L: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of January 9.

F

SHERWOOD, REBECCA

S57

01483 NURS-085A-56L Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Theory) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-085A-56L: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of February 21 (February 20 is a holiday).

SHERWOOD, REBECCA

S57

NURS 85L: Advanced Medical-Surgical Clinical

Unit(s): 2 1/2 || Hours: Seven and one-half hours laboratory (90 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 84, 84C and 84L (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 85L students must also enroll in Nursing 85. Course Description: Application of concepts learned in the theory class will occur in acute care settings. Students will be working with clients demonstrating acute health deviations. The nursing process and Orem's conceptual model will be utilized in caring for unstable clients on a medical-surgical unit.

01484

# Advanced Medical-Surgical Clinical (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM NURS-085L-55F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-085L-55F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of January 9. 01485

ThF

HANNA, CASSIE

HOSP

# Advanced Medical-Surgical Clinical (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM ThF NURS-085L-56F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-085L-56F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of February 21 (February 20 is a holiday).

HANNA, CASSIE

HOSP

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NURS 85AL: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Clinical)

Unit(s): 2 1/2 || Hours: Seven and one-half hours laboratory (90 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 84, 84C and 84L (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 85AL students must also enroll in Nursing 85A. Course Description: Application of theories of psychiatric/mental health nursing. The nursing process is used in providing care for individuals undergoing treatment in a variety of behavioral health care settings including hospitals, clinics and community agencies. Clinical and theory (Nursing 85A) components must be taken concurrently. Failure of either component requires both courses to be retaken.

01500

# Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 07:00 AM-03:00 PM NURS-85AL-55F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-85AL-55F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of January 9. 01501

TW

SHERWOOD, REBECCA

HOSP

# Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 07:00 AM-03:00 PM TW NURS-85AL-56F Course Notes (Winter): NURS-85AL-56F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning the week of February 21. (February 20 is a holiday)

SHERWOOD, REBECCA

HOSP

NURS 86: Leadership/Management in Nursing

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 85, 85A, 85AL and 85L (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 86 students must also enroll in Nursing 86L. Course Description: Leadership/Management in Nursing is a quarter long course designed to prepare the Registered Nursing student to function as a graduate nurse. Focus includes the managerial/leadership role, interdisciplinary practice, legal challenges of clinical practice, and trends within the nursing profession.

01486

NURS-086.-01

Leadership/Management in Nursing (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

Th

COZZENS, SHERRI

S57

NURS 86L: Leadership/Management Clinical Component

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Fifteen hours laboratory (180 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 85, 85A, 85AL, and 85L (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: Nursing 86L students must also enroll in Nursing 86. Course Description: The clinical component to the Leadership/Management in nursing course (to be taken concurrently). This course, the Prelicensure Preceptorship, is designed to prepare the student to function as a graduate nurse. Students will provide nursing care for patients under the guidance of a registered nurse working in the community, supervised by the faculty liaison. The student will work on the day, evening, or night shift, depending on the schedule of the assigned preceptor.

01488

# Leadership/Management Clinical Component (TBA) NURS-086L-55F # Leadership/Management Clinical Component (TBA) NURS-086L-56F

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

HOSP

01489

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

HOSP

NURS 150: Nursing Laboratory Skills

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 150, 150W, 150X and 150Y may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Nursing 150, 150W, 150X and 150Y students must also be accepted into the De Anza College Associate Degree Nursing Program. Course Description: Nursing skills practice in campus laboratory setting.

01491

NURS-150.-55

Nursing Laboratory Skills (TBA)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

S83

NURS 150W: Nursing Laboratory Skills

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 150, 150W, 150X and 150Y may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Nursing 150, 150W, 150X and 150Y students must also be accepted into the De Anza College Associate Degree Nursing Program. Course Description: Nursing skills practice in campus laboratory setting.

01492

NURS-150W-55

Nursing Laboratory Skills (TBA)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

S83

NURS 150X: Nursing Laboratory Skills

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 150, 150W, 150X and 150Y may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Nursing 150, 150W, 150X and 150Y students must also be accepted into the De Anza College Associate Degree Nursing Program. Course Description: Nursing skills practice in campus laboratory setting.

30582

NURS-150X-55

Nursing Laboratory Skills (TBA)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

S83

NURS 150Y: Nursing Laboratory Skills

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 150, 150W, 150X and 150Y may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Nursing 150, 150W, 150X and 150Y students must also be accepted into the De Anza College Associate Degree Nursing Program. Course Description: Nursing skills practice in campus laboratory setting.

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30583

NURS-150Y-55

Nursing Laboratory Skills (TBA)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

S83

NURS 202: Review of Nursing Concepts

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 202, 202X, 202Y and 202Z may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 202, 202X, 202Y and 202Z students must also be a licensed or graduate nurse. Course Description: Independent study course which is designed for the nurse who is seeking a review or update of information related to theoretical nursing concepts in the areas of gerontology, medical surgical, pediatric, perinatal, and psychiatric nursing. Critical thinking skills are employed in making decisions, and effective clinical judgments.

01493

NURS-202.-55

Review of Nursing Concepts (TBA)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

TBA

NURS 202X: Review of Nursing Concepts

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 202, 202X, 202Y and 202Z may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 202, 202X, 202Y and 202Z students must also be a licensed or graduate nurse. Course Description: Independent study course which is designed for the nurse who is seeking a review or update of information related to theoretical nursing concepts in the areas of gerontology, medical surgical, pediatric, perinatal, and psychiatric nursing. Critical thinking skills are employed in making decisions, and effective clinical judgments.

01494

NURS-202X-55

Review of Nursing Concepts (TBA)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

TBA

NURS 202Y: Review of Nursing Concepts

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Nursing 202, 202X, 202Y and 202Z may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Nursing 202, 202X, 202Y and 202Z students must also be a licensed or graduate nurse. Course Description: Independent study course which is designed for the nurse who is seeking a review or update of information related to theoretical nursing concepts in the areas of gerontology, medical surgical, pediatric, perinatal, and psychiatric nursing. Critical thinking skills are employed in making decisions, and effective clinical judgments.

01495

NURS-202Y-55

Review of Nursing Concepts (TBA)

TBA

TBA

CLAVIJO, JUDITH

TBA

****** Nutrition

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

NUTR 10: Contemporary Nutrition

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Introductory level nutrition. Relationship of nutrients to health and physical fitness. Physiological, cultural, psychological and economic influences on food choices. Evaluation of current nutritional issues and controversies.

01504 01505 01506 31146 01507

NUTR-010.-01 NUTR-010.-02 NUTR-010.-03 NUTR-010.-06 NUTR-010.-61

Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 04:30 PM-06:20 PM

TTh MW TTh MW MW

MILLER, ANNE WRIGHT, DIANA MILLER, ANNE ACKER, GEORGIA WRIGHT, DIANA

S57 S57 S57 S71 S57

01508 * NUTR-010.-63Z Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) TBA TBA LIECHTY, BARBARA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): NUTR-010.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

****** Physical Education

Important Department Information: All students who have successfully completed PE 70A and PE71 please go to the Wellness Center (PE610) the first week of school if you are interested in using the facility.

CRN

Course

Title

Time

Days

Instructor

Location

P E 1H: Team Sport - Basketball

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per

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quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 1H and 1HX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to, the discipline of Physical Education through team sport basketball. Activities include individual and team strategies and techniques required for competitive games. A brief historical examination of significant national and international contributions to the development of styles of play will be presented. The impact of culture and gender on amateur and professional levels of competition will also be analyzed. Skills emphasized will enable students to participate in formal and informal basketball activities. Students will recognize basketball needs associated with physiology, nutrition, flexibility, and strength concepts in order to improve level of skill. Instructors will motivate and encourage students to practice and adapt skills to physical ability, age, strength, and gender. Major emphasis on tournament format participation.

01509 01510

P E-001H-01 P E-001H-02

Team Sport - Basketball (LAB) Team Sport - Basketball (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MW TTh

ZARECKY, GARY HERTLER, DAVID

PE21W PE21W

P E 1HX: Team Sport - Basketball

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 1H and 1HX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to, the discipline of Physical Education through team sport basketball. Activities include individual and team strategies and techniques required for competitive games. A brief historical examination of significant national and international contributions to the development of styles of play will be presented. The impact of culture and gender on amateur and professional levels of competition will also be analyzed. Skills emphasized will enable students to participate in formal and informal basketball activities. Students will recognize basketball needs associated with physiology, nutrition, flexibility, and strength concepts in order to improve level of skill. Instructors will motivate and encourage students to practice and adapt skills to physical ability, age, strength, and gender. Major emphasis on tournament format participation.

01596

P E-01HX-61

Team Sport - Basketball (LAB)

08:00 PM-10:50 PM

M

ZARECKY, GARY

PE21W

P E 2A: Beginning Karate

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 2A, 2AX, 2B and 2BX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of physical education through the discipline of karate. Includes, a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, and etiquette. Students will analyze and demonstrate the application of traditional Japanese Shotokan karate techniques including blocking, punching, kicking striking and stances. Students will strive to understand and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts in an effort to improve their physical condition. Considerations for the variables that occur due to age, gender and physical conditions will be covered.

01513

P E-002A-61

Beginning Karate (LAB)

07:30 PM-08:20 PM

MW

RABBITT, PETER

PE15

P E 2B: Intermediate Karate

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 2A, 2AX, 2B and 2BX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 2A or 2AX, or approval of instructor. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of physical education through the discipline of karate. Includes, a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, and etiquette of the sport. Intermediate karate skills and techniques of Japanese karate will be covered including blocking, punching, kicking, stances and individual evasive movement, and group interaction. Students will strive to understand and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility, and strength concepts in an effort to improve their physical condition in order to train at a more advanced level, with consideration for the variables that occur due to age, gender and physical conditions.

01515

P E-002B-61

Intermediate Karate (LAB)

07:30 PM-08:20 PM

MW

RABBITT, PETER

PE15

P E 2P: Pilates Mat Exercise

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 2P and 2PX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to physical education through the study of Pilates. Includes a global and historical perspective, and key philosophical concepts of the Pilates method. Students will practice mat techniques and the use of equipment to improve the mind, and body. Includes basic exercise physiology concepts, nutrition, strength development, flexibility, and the six principles of Pilates.

01517 01518 30440 30450

P E-002P-01 P E-002P-01L P E-002P-02 P E-002P-62

Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB) Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB) Pilates Mat Exercise (CLAS) Pilates Mat Exercise (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 05:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW S TTh MW

MAIERO, MARCIA GHIASVAND, FARZANEH MAIERO, MARCIA GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE11U PE15 PE14 PE15

P E 2Q: Tai Chi

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 2Q, 2QX, 2R and 2RX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through Tai Chi exercises including well-known short forms consisting of 24 postures. Principles of unity, centering, balance, alignment, breath and mind intent, "yin and yang" relationships and the development of Chi. Benefits of Tai Chi exercise relative to age, gender and environmental conditions. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, fundamentals of strength development, flexibility and meditation concepts as related to Tai Chi and "health and wellness". A global and historical examination of the Taoist philosophy and the development of various forms of Tai Chi.

01519

P E-002Q-01

Tai Chi (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MW

LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN

PE15

P E 2Y: Yoga

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 2Y and 2YX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the study of yoga including a historical examination and key philosophical concepts of the yoga tradition and the evolution of yoga throughout the ages. Students will practice simple yoga poses for the mind, body, mindfulness, breath awareness, and relaxation techniques will be covered.

01520 01521 01522 30215 01524 30216 01525 30443 01526 30247

P E-002Y-01 P E-002Y-01L P E-002Y-02 P E-002Y-03 P E-002Y-03L P E-002Y-04 P E-002Y-04L P E-002Y-05 P E-002Y-61 P E-002Y-62

Yoga (LAB) Yoga (LAB) Yoga (LAB) Yoga (LAB) Yoga (LAB) Yoga (LAB) Yoga (LAB) Yoga (CLAS) Yoga (LAB) Yoga (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM 08:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 08:30 AM-10:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 07:30 PM-08:20 PM 05:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW S MW TTh F TTh F TTh TTh MW

OWIESNY, CHERYL SIMONS, KELLY GUEVARA, DAWNIS VON MATT, DANIELLE SIMONS, KELLY LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN SIMONS, KELLY SIMONS, KELLY EVANS, NANCY MAY, CHRISTIAN

PE11U PE15 PE14 PE15 PE15 PE14 PE15 PE15 PE15 PE14

P E 3: Indoor Cycling

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 3 and 3X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Physical Education 50 and 50X respectively.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through indoor cycling. Includes an historical examination of indoor cycling/spinning. The cycling program is an individually paced, noncompetitive, group training program designed for all riders and all fitness levels. Cycling is an exercise performed on a stationary racing bicycle and is performed to music. Training is fast paced and is open to anyone who is interested in losing body fat, improving cycling techniques, and wants to improve cardio-respiration.

01527 30687 31129 01529

P E-003.-02 P E-003.-04 P E-003.-05 P E-003.-61

Indoor Cycling (LAB) Indoor Cycling (CLAS) Indoor Cycling (LAB) Indoor Cycling (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 05:30 PM-06:20 PM

TTh MW MW TTh

SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI PACHECO, RACHEL OWIESNY, CHERYL EVANS, NANCY

PE14 PE14 PE14 PE14

P E 3G: Self-Defense

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 3G and 3GX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through personal self-defense. The course includes a historical and global examination of self-defense. It will provide the student with a sense of awareness and practical applications that will maximize the student's strength, endurance, and skill relative to gender, body build and strength. Recognition of potential problems, attack prevention/avoidance, escape strategies, counterattack, kidnapping, and abduction will be discussed. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, fundamentals of strength development, and flexibility.

01530

P E-003G-01

Self-Defense (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MW

MAIERO, MARCIA

PE14

P E 4: Strength Development

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 4 and 4X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a

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Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through strength training. Includes etiquette, safety and techniques of strength development, with a brief historical examination of how strength training has changed due to the influence of individuals, and their style of lifting. The development of skill and adaptations based on the physical ability, age and gender of the individual student will be encouraged. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their physical condition.

01531 01532 01533 01534 01535 01536 01537 01538 01539 01540 01543 01544

P E-004.-03 P E-004.-04 P E-004.-05 P E-004.-06 P E-004.-07 P E-004.-08 P E-004.-09 P E-004.-10 P E-004.-11 P E-004.-12 P E-004.-15 P E-004.-16

Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB) Strength Development (LAB)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 01:30 PM-02:20 PM

MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh TTh MW

PACHECO, RACHEL ZARECKY, GARY HERTLER, DAVID MATTIS, NICHOLAS KRAGALOTT, ARDEN KRAGALOTT, ARDEN ATENCIO, DAN ZARECKY, GARY ATENCIO, DAN KRAGALOTT, ARDEN ATENCIO, DAN ATENCIO, DAN

PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE PE11LE

P E 4X: Strength Development

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 4 and 4X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through strength training. Includes etiquette, safety and techniques of strength development, with a brief historical examination of how strength training has changed due to the influence of individuals, and their style of lifting. The development of skill and adaptations based on the physical ability, age and gender of the individual student will be encouraged. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their physical condition.

01545

P E-004X-60

Strength Development (LAB)

06:00 PM-07:15 PM

MW

ZARECKY, GARY

PE11LE

P E 5AY: Spin/Swim Fitness

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter); four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 5AX and 5AY may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Physical Education 95A and 95AX respectively.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to physical education through a combination of indoor cycling and swimming. A brief historical look at indoor cycling and swimming will be included. The course is a fast paced course for competitive or non-competitive students interested in health and fitness. Emphasis will be placed on cycling techniques,freestyle stroke refinements, nutrition, cardiorespiratory endurance, strength development, gender differences, and age related conditioning workouts.

30225

P E-05AY-01

Spin/Swim Fitness (LAB)

05:00 AM-06:15 AM

MWF

BEGGS, THOMAS

PE14

P E 6B: Cross Training

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 6B and 6BX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education including an historical examination of cross training. Cardiovascular fitness will be increased through circuit and interval training. Agility, speed, strength, and flexibility will be enhanced through the utilization of a variety of fitness equipment. Strength, cardiovascular, flexibility and body composition assessments will be included in course activities. Students will participate indoors as well as outdoors.

01546 01547

P E-006B-01 P E-006B-02

Cross Training (LAB) Cross Training (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM

TTh TTh

DAMJANOVIC, JASON PACHECO, RACHEL

FLDSS PE21W

P E 6D: Body Sculpting

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 6D and 6DX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Physical Education 52 and 52X respectively.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education. It includes an historical examination of core strengthening. Body sculpt conditioning is an

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integrated approach that focuses on developing the muscles of the entire body. Through body sculpting the student will achieve ultimate fitness by focusing on a program of strength, balance, agility and flexibility. Concentration will be on muscles of the entire body. Resistance training, medicine balls, stability balls, and the body bar will be used in conjunction with proper breathing, posture, and muscle awareness.

31150 P E-006D-01 Body Sculpting (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM Course Notes (Winter): P E -009.-01: Early Bird. Must be taken concurrently with P E 006U-01. 01549 30209 30439 P E-006D-02 P E-006D-04 P E-006D-05 Body Sculpting (LAB) Body Sculpting (LAB) Body Sculpting (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 06:00 AM-06:50 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

MATTIS, NICHOLAS

PE15

TTh TTh TTh

KRAGALOTT, ARDEN SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI

PE14 PE21E PE15

P E 6K: Cardio Kick

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 6K and 6KX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the activity of cardio kick. Dynamic kickboxing techniques are used to provide a level of conditioning for both the aerobic and anaerobic systems. The freestyle interval format combines boxing and kicking drills specific to martial arts and kickboxing integrating the element of mind/body, readiness, visualization, and reaction. Students will participate in a safe, modifiable, program to improve overall fitness, agility, balance, strength, and endurance. An historical examination of cardio kick for fitness and its roots in the sports of kickboxing, boxing, and martial arts will be included.

01556 01557 31149 01558

P E-006K-01 P E-006K-03 P E-006K-04 P E-006K-61

Cardio Kick (LAB) Cardio Kick (LAB) Cardio Kick (LAB) Cardio Kick (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 06:30 PM-07:20 PM

TTh TTh MW TTh

OWIESNY, CHERYL MAIERO, MARCIA MAIERO, MARCIA EVANS, NANCY

PE15 PE15 PE15 PE15

P E 6S: Step Aerobics

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 6Q, 6QX, 6R, 6RX, 6S and 6SX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular/aerobic exercise utilizing a step system to promote cardiorespiratory endurance through a variety of movements. Students will learn fundamental patterns and routines with popular music accompaniment. Global and historical review of the evolution of aerobic exercise, exercise trends for men, women and athletes will be discussed. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition and wellness concepts related to cardiovascular exercise, strength development and flexibility relative to age, gender, or physical limitations.

01560 01561 30448

P E-006S-01 P E-006S-04 P E-006S-61

Step Aerobics (LAB) Step Aerobics (LAB) Step Aerobics (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 06:30 PM-07:20 PM

MW TTh MW

GUEVARA, DAWNIS VON MATT, DANIELLE GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE15 PE15 PE15

P E 6U: Fit Camp

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter); four and one-half hours for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination Physical Education 6U, 6UX and 6UY may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through fit camp. An historical examination of fit camp for fitness which includes a look at the U.S. Military boot camp regimen. The student will strive for ultimate fitness through a program of cardiovascular exercise including circuit and intervals, balance, agility, speed, strength, and flexibility training both indoors and outdoors. Strength, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility and body composition assessments will occur throughout the term.

01562 P E-006U-01 Fit Camp (LAB) 06:00 AM-06:50 AM Course Notes (Winter): P E -006U-01: Early Bird. Must be taken concurrently with P E 009.-01.

MW

SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI

PE21W

P E 6V: Core Conditioning

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 6V and 6VX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through core conditioning which is an integrated fitness approach that focuses on developing the stabilization muscles of the center of the body. Included is an historical examination of core strengthening. Concentration will be on muscles of the torso, back, hips, inner and outer thighs, chest and abdominals. Resistance training, medicine balls, stability balls, and the body bar will be used in conjunction with breathing, posture, and muscle awareness.

01564

P E-006V-01

Core Conditioning (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MW

GUEVARA, DAWNIS

PE15

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P E-006V-02 P E-006V-03 P E-006V-04 P E-006V-05

Core Conditioning (LAB) Core Conditioning (LAB) Core Conditioning (LAB) Core Conditioning (LAB)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 06:00 AM-06:50 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MW MW TTh TTh

SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI DAMJANOVIC, JASON PACHECO, RACHEL

PE15 PE21E PE14 PE14

P E 8: Total Fitness

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 8 and 8X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through total fitness, including an historical and global examination of Total Fitness and conditioning. Students will improve fitness through a program of cardiovascular exercise, agility, speed, flexibility, and resistance training using both indoor and outdoor facilities. Fitness assessments will occur throughout the term.

01567 01568

P E-008.-02 P E-008.-03

Total Fitness (LAB) Total Fitness (LAB)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh TTh

PACHECO, RACHEL DAMJANOVIC, JASON

PE21W FLDSS

P E 9: Cardiovascular and Strength Training

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter); four and one-half hours for the one and one-half unit course(54 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 9, 9X and 9Y may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular and strength training. Includes rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette, safety and technique of cardiovascular and strength training. Includes a brief historical examination of how cardiovascular and strength training has changed due to the influence of individuals and their countries. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, and flexibility concepts to improve their physical condition.

01569 30226

P E-009.-01 P E-009.-02

Cardiovascular and Strength Training (LAB) Cardiovascular and Strength Training (LAB)

06:00 AM-06:50 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW TTh

SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI DAMJANOVIC, JASON

PE21W FLDSS

P E 11: Stretching

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 11 and 11X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through stretching. Techniques for improving flexibility including passive and active stretches, Pilates exercises, partner stretches, Yoga poses and the use of equipment will be included. Emphasis will be placed upon flexibility, balance, spatial awareness and safety during stretching. Technique modifications to account for physical limitations will be emphasized. A brief examination of the evolution of the various forms of stretching reflecting cultural differences and diversity, exercise physiology, nutrition and wellness concepts related to total fitness, age, gender, disabilities and/or genetics will be covered.

01570 01572 01574

P E-011.-01 P E-011.-05 P E-011.-62

Stretching (LAB) Stretching (LAB) Stretching (LAB)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 05:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW MW TTh

MAIERO, MARCIA DAMJANOVIC, JASON ROESKY, RICHARD

PE14 PE14 PE15

P E 13A: Beginning Badminton

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 13A, 13AX, 13B, 13BX, 13C, 13CX, 13T and 13TX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through badminton. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette, and basic strokes in beginning level badminton. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve physical condition will be discussed. The skills portion of the course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt the game and conventional techniques to age, gender and physical conditions.

01575 01576

P E-013A-01 P E-013A-02

Beginning Badminton (LAB) Beginning Badminton (LAB)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW MW

HERTLER, DAVID HERTLER, DAVID

PE21W PE21W

P E 13B: Intermediate Badminton

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 13A, 13AX, 13B, 13BX, 13C, 13CX, 13T and 13TX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 13A or 13AX; or permission of instructor. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of Badminton. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities and etiquette. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, fundamentals of strength development and flexibility relative to playing at an intermediate level will be included. The course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt game strategies and conventional techniques to one's needs and abilities based on age, gender and environmental conditions, personal strengths and weaknesses.

01577 01578

P E-013B-01 P E-013B-02

Intermediate Badminton (LAB) Intermediate Badminton (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW MW

ATENCIO, DAN KRAGALOTT, ARDEN

PE21W PE21W

P E 13T: Tournament Badminton

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 13A, 13AX, 13B, 13BX, 13C, 13CX, 13T and 13TX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 13C or 13CX. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further examination of Physical Education through the sport of badminton. Includes an in depth study of advanced skills, the rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette, and strategy as related to tournament play. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve physical condition in order to play at a more advanced level will be covered. The skills portion of the course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt the game and competitive techniques to age, gender and physical conditions.

01579

P E-013T-61

Tournament Badminton (LAB)

08:00 PM-09:50 PM

T

MAY, CHRISTIAN

PE21W

P E 14A: Beginning Fencing

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 14A, 14AX, 14B and 14BX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Fundamental techniques/skills utilizing the French foil. Students will learn the rules and regulations governing fencing competition. Fundamental exercise physiology, physiological benefits, nutrition and wellness concepts related to total fitness and individual variations due to age, gender, and/or genetics will be explored. A brief historical examination of the various styles of this international sport, its roots, famous male, female and junior champions of the Olympic, PANAM, and World Championships.

01580

P E-014A-02

Beginning Fencing (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN

PE15

P E 14B: Intermediate Fencing

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 14A, 14AX, 14B and 14BX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 14A or 14AX, or a comparable course. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further examination of Physical Education through the sport of fencing with a French foil. Application of more complex combinations of blade and footwork that build upon the skills taught are transferable for use of the epee and sabre. The physiological benefits of fencing, fundamental exercise physiology, nutrition and wellness concepts related to total fitness and individual variations due to age, gender, and genetics will be explored.

01581

P E-014B-01

Intermediate Fencing (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN

PE15

P E 15X: Beginning Bowling

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 15 and 15X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of bowling. Includes an historical examination, styles of play and strategies of the sport. Students will strive to develop basic skills including approach, types of deliveries, strategy, etiquette, and league play associated with the sport of bowling. Adaptations related to gender, age and physical conditioning will be addressed. Principles associated with exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance will be covered.

01582 # P E-015X-02F Beginning Bowling (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM MW ROESKY, RICHARD Course Notes (Winter): Pe015X02F: First day meet at 20990 Homestead Road Cupertino, CA 95014-0355. Contact: kragalottar[email protected] for more information. 01583 # P E-015X-03F Beginning Bowling (LAB) 02:45 PM-04:00 PM MW ROESKY, RICHARD Course Notes (Winter): P E -015X-03F: All bowling classes meet the first day at Homestead Lanes, 20990 Homestead Road Cupertino, CA 95014-0355. Please contact: [email protected] for more information

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P E 16A: Beginning Golf

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 16A, 16AX, 16B and 16BX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of golf. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette, safety, and basic fundamentals of beginning golf. Students will develop skills in putting, chipping, pitching, and full swing fundamentals utilizing

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basic theories of physics. The skills portion of the course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt to the game and conventional techniques to an individual's physical abilities. Students will apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their overall playing level.

01584 30469 01586 30993

P E-016A-01 P E-016A-01L P E-016A-02 P E-016A-03

Beginning Golf (LAB) Beginning Golf (CLAS) Beginning Golf (LAB) Beginning Golf (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MW F MW TTh

SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI SCHMIEDT, JAMES SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI ATENCIO, DAN

RANGEG RANGEG RANGEG RANGEG

P E 16B: Intermediate Golf

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 16A, 16AX, 16B and 16BX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 16A or 16AX; or instructor permission. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of golf. Includes an historical examination, styles of play and strategies of the sport of men's and women's golf. Students will strive to develop intermediate skills in putting, chipping, pitching, unusual lies and full swing fundamentals utilizing theories of physics. Variations in concepts due to age, gender, and physical conditions will be noted. Exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered.

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P E-016B-01 P E-016B-01L P E-016B-02 P E-016B-03

Intermediate Golf (LAB) Intermediate Golf (CLAS) Intermediate Golf (LAB) Intermediate Golf (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MW F MW TTh

SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI SCHMIEDT, JAMES SCHAFER-BRAUN, DEBI ATENCIO, DAN

RANGEG RANGEG RANGEG RANGEG

P E 19A: Beginning Volleyball

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 19A, 19AX, 19B, 19BX, 19C, 19CX and 19T may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of volleyball. Includes: rules, equipment, facilities, safety, etiquette, basic fundamentals in beginning level volleyball with strategies for team offense and defense, and a brief historical examination of Global contributions by the men and women who changed the game of volleyball. Students will develop passing, hitting, blocking, and serving techniques utilizing fundamental theories of physics. The skills portion of the course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt the game and conventional techniques to an individual's physical abilities. Students will understand and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility, and strength concepts to improve their physical condition in order to play at a more advanced level.

01591

P E-019A-01

Beginning Volleyball (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

GUEVARA, DAWNIS

PE21W

P E 19B: Intermediate Volleyball

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 19A, 19AX, 19B, 19BX, 19C, 19CX and 19T may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 19A or 19AX; or consent of instructor. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of volleyball. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette, safety, and fundamentals of volleyball. Students will develop their volleyball skills and improve upon basic team play strategies. Students will apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their overall playing level.

01592 01593

P E-019B-02 P E-019B-61

Intermediate Volleyball (LAB) Intermediate Volleyball (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 08:00 PM-09:50 PM

TTh Th

GUEVARA, DAWNIS RILEY, MICHAEL

PE21W PE21W

P E 19C: Advanced Volleyball

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 19A, 19AX, 19B, 19BX, 19C, 19CX and 19T may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 19B or 19BX; or consent of instructor. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of volleyball. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette, safety, and fundamentals of advanced volleyball. Students will develop their volleyball skills and improve upon team play strategies. Students will apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their overall playing level.

01594 P E-019C-01 Advanced Volleyball (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh Course Notes (Winter): PE-019C-01: Designed for the student who can successfully execute all fundamental techniques and team plays. 01595 P E-019C-61 Advanced Volleyball (LAB) 08:00 PM-09:50 PM Th

GUEVARA, DAWNIS

PE21W

RILEY, MICHAEL

PE21W

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P E 20A: Beginning Archery

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 20A, 20AX, 20B and 20BX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through archery. Includes an historical and global examination of the sport, rules, etiquette, equipment, facilities, and beginning archery skills along with theories of physics relating to arrow flight and adaptations of the sport to individual physical abilities. Principles of fitness and nutrition as they relate to archery will be covered.

01597 01598

P E-020A-01 P E-020A-02

Beginning Archery (LAB) Beginning Archery (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW MW

MATTIS, NICHOLAS MATTIS, NICHOLAS

RANGEA RANGEA

P E 21A: Beginning Tennis

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 21A, 21AX, 21B, 21BX, 21C, 21CX, 21D and 21DX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of tennis. Basic ground-strokes, serve and footwork as well as basic singles' and doubles' strategies will be covered. Includes a brief historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities and etiquette. Students will strive to understand and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their physical condition in order to play at a more advanced level and to adapt the game to their individual physical ability, age, and gender.

01599 30161

P E-021A-01 P E-021A-03

Beginning Tennis (LAB) Beginning Tennis (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh TTh

MATTIS, NICHOLAS ATENCIO, DAN

T-CRTW T-CRTE

P E 21B: Advanced Beginning Tennis

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 21A, 21AX, 21B, 21BX, 21C, 21CX, 21D and 21DX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 21A or 21AX; or equivalent skills. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A continuing introduction to the rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette, and basic strokes - volley, lob and overhead and with further development of the forehand, backhand, serve. Instructors will emphasize conventional skill development, but also encourage adaptations based on physical ability, age, strength, gender and/or genetics. A brief historical examination of how the game of tennis has changed due to the influence of individual men, women, and children, of various countries, and their styles of play or strategies. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their physical condition in order to play tennis at a more advanced level.

01600

P E-021B-02

Advanced Beginning Tennis (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

ATENCIO, DAN

T-CRTW

P E 22: Body Awareness and Conditioning for Dancers

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Dance 22. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 22 and Physical Education 22 may be taken up to three times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Principles of dance and conditioning through floor work derived from ballet, contemporary dance and other psycho-physical disciplines. Topics may include but are not limited to: body mechanics, muscle groups critical to dance, flexibility, alignment, self assessment, dance injury prevention, and strengthening the mind-body connection.

01601 P E-022.-01 Body Awareness and Conditioning for Dancers (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh SHAW, JANET PE11U Course Notes (Winter): P E -022.-01: Conditioning, plus a greater understanding of how muscles stretch and contract, athletic and dance injury prevention, and structural limitations for movement.

P E 22K: Theory and Technique of Ballet I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Dance 22K. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 22K and 22L, and Physical Education 22K and 22L may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Dance 22 or Physical Education 22. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of classical ballet, including the development of elementary movement techniques, a working ballet vocabulary, exposure to great works and artists from a global perspective, theory and practice of barre and center floor exercises.

01602 P E-022K-01 Theory and Technique of Ballet I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -022K-01: Equivalent to Level I technique 31050 P E-022K-02 Theory and Technique of Ballet I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -022K-02: Equivalent to Level I technique

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

LUCAS, WARREN

PE11U

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

LUCAS, WARREN

PE11U

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P E 23A: Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Dance 23A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 23A and 23B, and Physical Education 23A and 23B may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of contemporary dance. Student will be exposed to a basic movement theory, technique and repertoire from global artists.

01603

Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -023A-01: Equivalent to Level I technique. 01604 Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -023A-02: Equivalent to Level I technique P E-023A-02

P E-023A-01

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

LUCAS, WARREN

PE11U

01:30 PM-02:20 PM

TTh

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

P E 23L: Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance)

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Dance 23L. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 23L and 23M, and Physical Education 23L and 23M may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An Introduction to the discipline of creative arts through hip-hop dance with an integrated fitness approach that focuses on developing the stabilization muscles of the center of the body. Concentration will be on muscles of the torso, back, hips, inner and outer thighs, chest and abdominals will be used in conjunction with breathing, posture, and muscle awareness. Exposure to great works and artists of the field. Development of a working hip-hop dance vocabulary. Theory and practice of basic technique.

01605

P E-023L-01

Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS) Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS) Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS) Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS) Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (CLAS)

02:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

01606

P E-023L-02

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

TTh

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

01607

P E-023L-03

02:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

01608

P E-023L-04

03:30 PM-04:20 PM

MW

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

01609

P E-023L-61

05:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW

GALLEGOS, VERNON

PE11U

P E 24A: Theory and Technique of Social Dance I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Dance 24A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 24A, 24B and 24C, and Physical Education 24A, 24B and 24C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of social dance. Exposure to basic forms of social dance in a ballroom context. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional social dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles.

31051 P E-024A-01 Theory and Technique of Social Dance I (CLAS) 03:30 PM-04:20 PM MW BASILE, MARIA VPA115 Course Notes (Winter): P E -024A-01: Social Dance in a ballroom context. Entry-level technique. Students will learn to tango, rhumba, lindy hop, hustle, foxtrot, and nite club 2-step. 01611 P E-024A-61 Theory and Technique of Social Dance I (CLAS) 07:30 PM-09:20 PM M GALLEGOS, VERNON VPA115 Course Notes (Winter): P E -024A-61: Social Dance in a ballroom context. Entry-level technique. Students will learn to tango, rhumba, lindy hop, hustle, foxtrot, and nite club 2-step.

P E 24B: Theory and Technique of Social Dance II

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Dance 24B. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 24A, 24B and 24C, and Physical Education 24A, 24B and 24C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of social dance, part two. Exposure to basic forms of social dance in a ballroom context. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional social dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance.

01613 P E-024B-61 Theory and Technique of Social Dance II (CLAS) 07:30 PM-09:20 PM W GALLEGOS, VERNON VPA115 Course Notes (Winter): P E -024B-61: Social Dance in a ballroom context. Entry-level technique. Students will learn to salsa, West Coast swing, cha cha cha, foxtrot, waltz, and nite club 2-step.

P E 24C: Theory and Technique of Social Dance III

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Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Dance 24C. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 24A, 24B and 24C, and Physical Education 24A, 24B and 24C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: The art of social dance at the advanced level. Expanded exposure to basic forms of social dance in a ballroom context. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional social dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles.

01614 P E-024C-61 Theory and Technique of Social Dance III (CLAS) 07:30 PM-09:20 PM W GALLEGOS, VERNON VPA115 Course Notes (Winter): P E -024C-61: Social Dance in a ballroom context. Experienced-level technique (Social Dance I and II levels required or equivalent). Students will learn to tango, rhumba, salsa, and west coast swing.

P E 25A: Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Dance 25A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 25A and Physical Education 25A may be taken up to three times for credit as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of salsa dance. Exposure to basic forms of social dance in a salsa dance context. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional salsa dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles.

01615 P E-025A-01L Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance I (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM F GALLEGOS, VERNON PE11U Course Notes (Winter): P E -025A-01L: Salsa Dance. This course provides students with the opportunity to learn the art of this exciting dance craze sweeping dance clubs throughout the world.

P E 28G: Water Safety Instructor

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 26C or ability to swim basic strokes at Red Cross Level 4. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A course for Red Cross certification of swimming and diving instructors. Emphasis on the biomechanics of strokes, teaching progressions, and feedback techniques. Includes the American Red Cross Fundamentals of Instructor Training Certification.

30955 30955

# P E-028G-01F # P E-028G-01F

Water Safety Instructor (LEC) Water Safety Instructor (LAB)

10:00 AM-12:50 PM 01:30 PM-04:20 PM

U U

DONAHUE, MARY DONAHUE, MARY

POOL POOL

P E 30: Introduction to Physical Education/Kinesiology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A introduction to the discipline of physical education/kinesiology. The student will study career options, career choice, required preparation and training for occupations in teaching, coaching, physical therapy, sports medicine and other professions stemming from a degree in physical education/kinesiology. Course will include an in-depth overview of past, present, and future foundations, principles, and philosophies for students seeking major areas of study. Course will also focus on career options with an understanding of intercultural and gender (Title IX) relating to the profession.

01625

P E-030.-01

Introduction to Physical Education/Kinesiology (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

ZARECKY, GARY

PE673

P E 32H: Offensive Football Techniques

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through Offensive Football Techniques. Includes a global and historical examination of the skills and techniques of advanced offensive football and the changes that have influenced the modern game. Through the study of film and use of play books the student will learn the various segments of offensive play. Exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered.

01626 P E-032H-01 Offensive Football Techniques (TBA) TBA TBA ATENCIO, DAN Course Notes (Winter): PE032H01: All interested athletes must contact Coach Atencio, [email protected] for details about regarding days and time of class.

TBA

P E 32I: Defensive Football Techniques

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through defensive football techniques. Includes a global and historical examination of the skills and techniques of advanced defensive football and the changes that have influenced the modern game. Through the study of film, use of playbooks and team work the student will learn the various segments of defensive play. Exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered.

01627 P E-032I-01 Defensive Football Techniques (LAB) TBA TBA SANTOS, ANTHONY Course Notes (Winter): PE032H01: All interested athletes must contact Coach Atencio, [email protected] for details about regarding days and time of class.

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P E 32L: Volleyball Techniques

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further examination of the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of Volleyball. A deeper look into the sport at an advanced level, rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette, safety, and fundamentals of advanced volleyball through intercollegiate play. Students will improve upon team play strategies. Students will apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their overall playing level. Skills and techniques of advanced volleyball play. Analysis of movement, team interaction, and volleyball theory.

01630 P E-032L-01 Volleyball Techniques (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM TTh GUEVARA, DAWNIS PE21W 01630 P E-032L-01 Volleyball Techniques (LAB) 09:00 AM-11:50 AM S GUEVARA, DAWNIS PE21W Course Notes (Winter): PE032L01-Volleyball techniques is open to all intermediate and advanced players. Please contact coach Dawnis Guevara for class days and times. email: [email protected]

P E 32M: Soccer Techniques

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive soccer experience at the high school, club or collegiate levels, or approval of the instructor. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further examination of the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of soccer. Includes rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette and preparation for a competitive level of play. This course is designed to enhance skills and strategies of intermediate or advanced soccer players. Strategies and tactics of the game will be discussed and performed. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance techniques relative to soccer will be discussed.

01631

P E-032M-02

Soccer Techniques (LAB)

12:30 PM-03:15 PM

MW

LINDORES, COLIN

FLDSS

P E 32S: Women's Soccer Techniques

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive soccer experience at the high school, club, collegiate, intermediate and advanced levels or approval of instructor. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further examination of the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of soccer. This course is designed to enhance skills and strategies of intermediate to advanced soccer players. Includes rules, equipment, facilities, etiquette and preparation for performance on a competitive level. Strategies and tactics of the game will be discussed and performed. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance techniques relative to soccer will be discussed.

01632

P E-032S-01

Women's Soccer Techniques (LAB)

12:30 PM-03:15 PM

TTh

OWIESNY, CHERYL

FLDSS

P E 33A: Soccer

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 33A, 33AX, 33I and 33IX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introductory course to enhance skills used in the game of soccer, including a global perspective and the contributions of both male and female soccer experts and players. Emphasis will be placed upon the four major pillars of the game: technical ability, tactical understanding, physical fitness, and the mental approach necessary to compete successfully in match play. Strategies and tactics of the game will also be discussed and performed. There will be an introduction to the laws of the game, equipment, fair play, flexibility, nutrition, and the nuances of the game. Use of the Internet and other media sources will be encouraged to further understand the world's most popular game.

01633

P E-033A-01

Soccer (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

OWIESNY, CHERYL

RANGEG

P E 33I: Indoor Soccer

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 33A, 33AX, 33I and 33IX may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through the sport of indoor soccer. Includes a global perspective and the contributions of both male and female soccer experts and players. Emphasis will be placed upon the four major pillars of the game, strategies and tactics of the game will also be discussed and performed. There will be an introduction to the laws of the game, equipment, fair play, flexibility, nutrition, and the nuances of the game. Use of the internet and other media sources will be encouraged to further understand indoor soccer.

01634 01635

P E-033I-01L P E-033I-02L

Indoor Soccer (LAB) Indoor Soccer (LAB)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM

F F

OWIESNY, CHERYL RANSOME, ANDREW

PE21W PE21W

P E 35: Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273 ; Physical Education 54 or 85M (or Biology 40A and 40B). Course Description: Treatment and preventative procedures in sports medicine. Emphasis on anatomical basis for recognition and evaluation of sports related injuries. Treatment focuses on immediate first aid, preventative techniques, and injury stress test and rehabilitation.

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P E-035.-01 P E-035.-01 P E-035.-01

Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (CLAS) Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (CLAS) Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:20 AM-12:20 PM

MW F F

BRACY, SHANNON BRACY, SHANNON BRACY, SHANNON

S35 TRNGRM TRNGRM

P E 37A: Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance I

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Dance 37A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Dance 37A and 37B, and Physical Education 37A and 37B may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of jazz dance. Body conditioning, exposure to the history of major international influences, artists, and works. The development of a working vocabulary; and practice of basic techniques.

01637 P E-037A-01 Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance I (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -037A-01: Equivalent to Level I technique.

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

LUCAS, WARREN

PE11U

P E 38W: Intercollegiate Women's Badminton

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 38W and 38WX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Physical Education 38WX was formerly Physical Education 98A. Physical Education 38W was formerly Physical Education 90.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in badminton, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of badminton. Includes a global examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities and etiquette. Emphasis placed on the four major pillars of the game: mental, physical, tactical and technical aspects necessary to successfully compete in matches. Discussion of the rules of the game, equipment technology and fair play will be incorporated into the course. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance techniques relative to badminton will be discussed.

01639 P E-038W-01 Intercollegiate Women's Badminton (TBA) TBA TBA LANDEFELD, MARK PE21W Course Notes (Winter): PE038W.01: All Intercollegiate Women's Basketball team members must enroll in this course. Please contact Coach A. Kragalott for details about practice and game times. email: [email protected]

P E 44M: Intercollegiate Men's Basketball

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 44M and 44MX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Physical Education 44MX was formerly Physical Education 98H.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in basketball, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of basketball. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities and etiquette. Emphasis is placed on the four major pillars of the game: mental, physical, tactical and technical aspects necessary to successfully compete in games. Discussion of the rules of the game, equipment technology and fair play will be incorporated in the course. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance techniques relative to basketball will be discussed.

30947 P E-044M-01 Intercollegiate Men's Basketball (TBA) TBA TBA DAMJANOVIC, JASON Course Notes (Winter): PE044M01: All intercollegiate basketball team members must enroll in this course. Contact Coach Damjanovic for information regarding practice times.

PE21W

P E 44W: Intercollegiate Women's Basketball

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 44W and 44WX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Physical Education 44WX was formerly Physical Education 98J.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in basketball, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of basketball. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities and etiquette. Emphasis placed on the four major pillars of the game: mental, physical, tactical and technical aspects necessary to successfully compete in games. Discussion of the rules of the game, equipment technology and fair play will be incorporated into the course. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance techniques relative to basketball will be discussed.

30950 P E-044W-01 Intercollegiate Women's Basketball (TBA) TBA MTWThF KRAGALOTT, ARDEN Course Notes (Winter): PE044W01: All intercollegiate basketball team members must enroll in this course. Contact Coach Kragalott for information regarding practice times.

PE21E

P E 45: Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving (Men and Women)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 45 and 45X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Physical Education 45X was formerly Physical Education 98K.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in swimming and diving, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through swimming and diving. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities, and etiquette. Through the intercollegiate competitive experience students will improve their individual swimming and diving skills, increase their ability to employ advanced training and increase their knowledge of exercise physiology, exercise nutrition, kinesiological concepts underlying the development of force, power and

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01641 # P E-045.-02 Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving (Men and Women) (TBA) TBA MTWThFS VON MATT, DANIELLE Course Notes (Winter): PE045.02: All intercollegiate Swim and Diving team members must enroll in this course. Contact Coach VonMatt for information regarding practice times.

TBA

P E 46: Intercollegiate Track and Field (Men and Women)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 46 and 46X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Physical Education 46X was formerly Physical Education 98L.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in track and field, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Physical Education 32N. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of track and field. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities, and etiquette. Through the intercollegiate competitive experience students will improve their individual track and field skills, increase their ability to employ advanced strategies and increase their knowledge of exercise physiology, exercise nutrition, kinesiological concepts underlying the development of force, power and body awareness.

01643 P E-046.-03 Intercollegiate Track and Field (Men and Women) (TBA) TBA TBA MATTIS, NICHOLAS Course Notes (Winter): PE046.03: All intercollegiate Track and Field team members must enroll in this course. Contact Coach N.Mattis for information regarding practice times.

TBA

P E 47M: Intercollegiate Baseball

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 47M and 47MX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Physical Education 47MX was formerly Physical Education 98M.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in baseball, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through intercollegiate baseball. Includes a global and historical examination of the skills of competitive baseball and the changes that have influenced the modern game. Includes analysis of offensive and defensive play, team interaction, and baseball theory. Through the intercollegiate competitive experience, student/athletes will improve their individual skills, increase their ability to employ advanced strategies and increase their knowledge of team play. Exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered.

01644 P E-047M-01 Intercollegiate Baseball (TBA) TBA TBA HERTLER, DAVID Course Notes (Winter): PE047M01: All Intercollegiate Baseball team members must enroll in this course. Contact Coach Hertler for information regarding practice times. email: [email protected]

FLDBB

P E 47W: Intercollegiate Softball

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 47W and 47WX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Physical Education 47WX was formerly Physical Education 98N.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in softball, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through intercollegiate softball. Includes a global and historical examination of the skills and techniques of advanced offensive softball and the changes that have influenced the modern game. Analysis of movement, team interaction, and softball theory will be discussed. Through game preparation and repetition throughout the season the student will learn the various segments of intercollegiate play. Exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered.

01645 P E-047W-01 Intercollegiate Softball (TBA) TBA TBA PACHECO, RACHEL Course Notes (Winter): PE047W.01--All women who are interested in participating on the Women's Intercollegiate Softball team must contact Coach Pacheco at [email protected] for detailed information regarding eligibility, practice and game times.

FLDSB

P E 48M: Intercollegiate Men's Tennis

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 48M and 48MX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Physical Education 48MX was formerly Physical Education 98P.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in tennis, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through tennis. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities, and etiquette. Emphasis placed on the four major pillars of the game: mental, physical, tactical and technical aspects necessary to successfully compete in matches. Through the intercollegiate competitive experience students will improve their individual tennis skills, increase their ability to employ advanced strategies and increase their knowledge of exercise physiology, exercise nutrition, kinesiological concepts underlying the development of force, power and accuracy.

30213 P E-048M-03 Intercollegiate Men's Tennis (TBA) TBA TBA WARD, RONALD Course Notes (Winter): PE048M.03: All intercollegiate tennis team members must enroll in this course. Contact Coach R. Ward for information regarding practice times. email: [email protected]

T-CRTE

P E 48W: Intercollegiate Women's Tennis

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 48W and 48WX may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Physical Education 48WX was formerly Physical Education 98Q.) ||

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Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in tennis, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of physical education through tennis. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities, and etiquette. Emphasis placed on the four major pillars of the game: mental, physical, tactical and technical aspects necessary to successfully compete in games. Through the intercollegiate competitive experience students will improve their individual tennis skills, increase their ability to employ advanced strategies and increase their knowledge of exercise physiology, exercise nutrition, concepts underlying the development of force, power and accuracy.

30166 P E-048W-02 Intercollegiate Women's Tennis (TBA) TBA TBA WARD, RONALD Course Notes (Winter): PE048.02: All intercollegiate tennis team members must enroll in this course. Contact Coach R. Ward for information regarding practice times. email: [email protected]

T-CRTW

P E 51: Health and Fitness

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Health 51. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the disciplines of Physical Education and Health through fitness, wellness and lifestyle management. Concepts of wellness from an interdisciplinary and multicultural perspective. Practices and beliefs that contribute to fitness and healthful living. Exploration of past and current theories of health and fitness with emphasis on the roles of genetics, gender, and age. Students will assess their own cardiovascular capacity, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, body composition, in and out of class.

01650

P E-051.-01

Health and Fitness (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

OWIESNY, CHERYL

PE673

P E 53: Physical Stress Management

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through the natural techniques that effectively relieve stress related physical problems. Each student will develop and implement a personal stress reduction program. Students will be exposed to information on how lifestyle, gender, age, personality and occupation effects stress and the ability to successfully cope with it.

01651 01652

P E-053.-01 P E-053.-02

Physical Stress Management (CLAS) Physical Stress Management (CLAS)

01:30 PM-02:20 PM 04:30 PM-05:20 PM

MW MW

FORMAN, JEFFREY FORMAN, JEFFREY

PE673 PE673

P E 54: Introduction to Massage

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the field of massage therapy. Includes theory, practical experience, methods, procedures, and contraindications. Students will be exposed to the rich international history of massage and to a variety of techniques from around the world including the contributions of men and women to the field.

01653 01653

P E-054.-61 P E-054.-61

Introduction to Massage (CLAS) Introduction to Massage (LAB)

06:00 PM-07:15 PM 07:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW MW

FORMAN, JEFFREY FORMAN, JEFFREY

PE12U PE12U

P E 54A: Intermediate Massage

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Physical Education 54 or technical proficiency suitable to the course level or admission by instructor approval. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Further study and practice utilizing the principles of massage therapy.

01654 01654

P E-054A-01 P E-054A-01

Intermediate Massage (CLAS) Intermediate Massage (LAB)

01:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh TTh

FORMAN, JEFFREY FORMAN, JEFFREY

PE12U PE12U

P E 54D: Clinical Practicum in Massage Therapy

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: One hour lecture, six hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Physical Education 54C or technical proficiency suitable to course level. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Clinical practice in massage therapy including: methods and procedures for office management,appointment scheduling, business development and financial record keeping; professional ethics training, client interviews, treatment design, massage clinical treatments and SOAP note charting experience.

01655 01655 01655

P E-054D-01 P E-054D-01 P E-054D-01

Clinical Practicum in Massage Therapy (CLAS) Clinical Practicum in Massage Therapy (LAB) Clinical Practicum in Massage Therapy (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-12:45 PM 09:30 AM-12:45 PM

T T Th

FORMAN, JEFFREY FORMAN, JEFFREY FORMAN, JEFFREY

PE12U PE12U PE12U

P E 54E: Table Shiatsu

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). ||

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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Physical Education 54, 54A, 54B and 54C; or technical proficiency suitable to the course level. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Theory, methods, procedures and practice of Shiatsu, a Japanese method of hands on healing traditionally practiced on the floor, but adapted in this class to be performed on massage tables.

01656 01656

P E-054E-01 P E-054E-01

Table Shiatsu (CLAS) Table Shiatsu (LAB)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM 12:30 PM-03:20 PM

M W

LEFKOWITZ, SETH LEFKOWITZ, SETH

PE12U PE12U

P E 54T: Internship in Massage Therapy

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 54T, 54U and 54V may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Physical Education 54A or technical proficiency suitable to the course level. Course Description: Internships provide opportunities for massage therapy students to reinforce the massage training gained in the classroom setting. With instructor approval students shall either assume the role of Teacher's Assistant or gain additional hands-on experience in the field under the supervision of an instructor, athletic trainer, or coach.

01657

P E-054T-01

Internship in Massage Therapy (LAB)

TBA

TBA

FORMAN, JEFFREY

TBA

P E 54U: Internship in Massage Therapy

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Physical Education 54T, 54U and 54V may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Physical Education 54A or technical proficiency suitable to the course level. Course Description: Internships provide opportunities for massage therapy students to reinforce the massage training gained in the classroom setting. With instructor approval students shall either assume the role of Teacher's Assistant or gain additional hands-on experience in the field under the supervision of an instructor, athletic trainer, or coach.

01658

P E-054U-01

Internship in Massage Therapy (LAB)

TBA

TBA

FORMAN, JEFFREY

TBA

P E 70A: Orientation to Lifetime Fitness

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Co-requisite: Physical Education 70A students must also enroll in Physical Education 71, Physical Education-Adapted 1, 1X, 2, 2X, 3, 3X, 4, 4X, 5, or 5X. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to fitness, wellness and lifestyle management. Students will examine current theories of health and fitness with emphasis on how wellness and personal fitness are affected by genetics, gender, and age. Each student will perform pre-assessment and post-assessment tests of their own cardiovascular capacity, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Lifestyle changes will be emphasized and behavior change tools that promote healthy choices will be discussed. Instruction on proper exercise techniques will be demonstrated.

01662 P E-070A-04 Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -070A-04: Must be taken concurrently with P E-071.-04. 01663 P E-070A-05 Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -070A-05: Must be taken concurrently with P E-071.-05. 01664 P E-070A-06 Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -070A-06: Must be taken concurrently with P E-071.-06. 30158 P E-070A-07 Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -070A-07: Must be taken concurrently with P E-071.-07. 01665 P E-070A-61 Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): P E -070A-61: Must be taken concurrently with P E-071.-61. 01666 * P E-070A-63Z Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (TBA) Course Notes (Winter): P E -070A-63Z: Must be taken concurrently with P E-071.-01.

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

PACHECO, RACHEL

PE12U

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

TTh

DAMJANOVIC, JASON

PE673

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MW

GUEVARA, DAWNIS

PE673

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

HERTLER, DAVID

PE12U

06:30 PM-08:20 PM

M

MAY, CHRISTIAN

PE673

TBA

TBA

OWIESNY, CHERYL

PE610

P E 71: Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physical Education 51 or 70A, or Health 51 (courses may be taken concurrently). Course Description: A laboratory designed to improve student's cardio-respiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and body composition. Strength and muscular endurance will be developed using Magnum weight equipment. Cardio-respiratory programs will be run on treadmills, cycles, stair steppers, and elliptical trainers.

01667 P E-071.-01 Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA) TBA TBA OWIESNY, CHERYL PE610 Course Notes (Winter): P E -071.-01: Must be taken concurrently with a section of PE 070A63Z. You will be required to schedule specific hours with your instructor during the first week of class. 01669 P E-071.-04 Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA) Course Notes (Winter): P E -071.-04: Must be taken concurrently with P E-070A-04. 01670 P E-071.-05 Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA) TBA TBA PACHECO, RACHEL PE610

TBA

TBA

DAMJANOVIC, JASON

PE610

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Course Notes (Winter): P E -071.-05: Must be taken concurrently with a section of PE 070A05. You will be required to schedule specific hours with your instructor during the first week of class. 01671 P E-071.-06 Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA) TBA TBA GUEVARA, DAWNIS PE610 Course Notes (Winter): P E -071.-06: Must be taken concurrently with a section of PE 070A06. You will be required to schedule specific hours with your instructor during the first week of class. 30160 P E-071.-07 Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA) TBA TBA HERTLER, DAVID PE610 Course Notes (Winter): P E -071.-07: Must be taken concurrently with a section of PE 070A07. You will be required to schedule specific hours with your instructor during the first week of class. 01672 P E-071.-51 Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA) TBA TBA OWIESNY, CHERYL PE610

01673 P E-071.-61 Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA) TBA TBA MAY, CHRISTIAN PE610 Course Notes (Winter): P E -071.-61: Must be taken concurrently with a section of PE 070A61. You will be required to schedule specific hours with your instructor during the first week of class. 30538 P E-071.-62 Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA) TBA TBA SCHROEDER, RICHARD PE610

P E 88A: Coaching I: The Foundations of Coaching

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction and continuing education into the theories, techniques, strategies, and qualifications related to sport and athletic coaching. An in-depth analysis of coaching responsibilities and practical applications associated with youth (Little League, Pop Warner, American Youth Soccer Organization, and YMCA), middle school, high school, community college, and four-year university levels of competition and play. The students will study the issues and requirements associated with possible duties and job responsibilities in relationship to administrative, medical, legal, and practical experiences.

01678

P E-088A-01

Coaching I: The Foundations of Coaching (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MW

ZARECKY, GARY

PE12U

****** Paralegal Program

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

PARA 3: Concepts of Criminal Law (CP 2)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 3 and Political Science 13. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Historical development, philosophy of law and constitutional provisions; definitions, classification of crime, and their application to the system of administration of justice; legal research, study of case law, methodology, and concepts of law as a social force in a multicultural, multiethnic society.

01685

PARA-003.-01

Concepts of Criminal Law (CP 2) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

ELLIS, TERRY

L22

PARA 18: Business Law I

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Business 18. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Business 10. Course Description: The American legal system and laws applicable to business emphasizing contract, sales and agency laws, the impact of the legal system on business, and ethical considerations in the business environment.

01687 01688

PARA-018.-01 PARA-018.-02

Business Law I (CLAS) Business Law I (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:45 AM 08:30 AM-10:45 AM

MW TTh

SPENCER, SANDRA RITCHIE, JOHN

MCC-17 MCC-17

01689 * PARA-018.-03Y Business Law I (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM MW GOUGH, WALTER MCC-17 Course Notes (Winter): PARA-018.-03Y: Hybrid. Some online instruction. Approximately 15% of the class will be taught online. Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically M,W 11:00am-1:15pm, except the following Mondays: 2/13, 3/5, and 3/12. Instructor will be available online on those dates from 11:00am-1:00pm. 01690 01691 30219 01693 PARA-018.-04 PARA-018.-05 PARA-018.-06 PARA-018.-61 Business Law I (CLAS) Business Law I (CLAS) Business Law I (CLAS) Business Law I (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 05:30 PM-07:45 PM TTh TTh MW TTh LILLY, BYRON RITCHIE, JOHN MILLER, DEBORAH GOULARTE, RONALD FOR3 ADM102 FOR3 FOR3

01694 * PARA-018.-63Z Business Law I (TBA) TBA TBA GOUGH, WALTER LC107 Course Notes (Winter): PARA-018.-63Z: Video delivered course with online component. Required on-campus exam. Available on local cable TV, dvd, or video streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required.) Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

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Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Paralegal 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law, paralegal, or legal research under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

30919 PARA-064.-55 Paralegal Internship (LAB) TBA TBA ELLIS, TERRY L13C Course Notes (Winter): PARA-064.-01: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Paralegal majors. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.

PARA 64X: Paralegal Internship

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Paralegal 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law, paralegal, or legal research under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

01696 PARA-064X-55 Paralegal Internship (LAB) TBA TBA ELLIS, TERRY L13C Course Notes (Winter): PARA-064X-01: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Paralegal majors. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.

PARA 64Y: Paralegal Internship

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Paralegal 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law, paralegal, or legal research under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

30920 PARA-064Y-55 Paralegal Internship (LAB) TBA TBA ELLIS, TERRY L13C Course Notes (Winter): PARA-064Y-01: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Paralegal majors. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.

PARA 64Z: Paralegal Internship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Paralegal 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law, paralegal, or legal research under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

30921 PARA-064Z-55 Paralegal Internship (LAB) TBA TBA ELLIS, TERRY L13C Course Notes (Winter): PARA-064Z-01: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Paralegal majors. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.

PARA 65X: Current Paralegal Topics

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Paralegal 65W, 65X, 65Y and 65Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; background or experience appropriate to topic or consent of instructor. Course Description: Current developments in the substantive law in an area of legal practice; current developments in procedural law in that area of legal practice; current developments in legal forms used in that area of legal practice; role of paralegal in substantive and procedural law in that area of legal practice.

30863 PARA-065X-55 Current Paralegal Topics (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh FERRILL, STEPHANIE L22 Course Notes (Winter): PARA-65X-55: Introduction to LexiNexis. Practical instruction in using LexisNexis for legal research and public information. Class meets six weeks beginning February 14, 2012.

PARA 75: Principles and Procedures of the Justice System

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 75 and Political Science 75. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Procedures followed by law enforcement and courts in criminal cases; constitutional principles governing those procedures.

01701

PARA-075.-61

Principles and Procedures of the Justice System (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:20 PM

M

HERLIHY, JOHN

L21

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PARA 86: Legal Analysis

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Principles of legal analysis with an emphasis on analysis of case law; detailed examination of written case opinions; methods of interpreting statutory law; development of legal arguments based on case law and statutory law.

30860

PARA-086.-61

Legal Analysis (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:15 PM

Th

RAFTERY PIUNTI, KELLY

L22

PARA 87: Personal Injury and Tort Litigation

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Paralegal 94 or 95, or professional experience appropriate to the topic. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Substantive tort law emphasizing concepts applicable to automobile accident cases, product liability cases, premises liability cases and malpractice cases; insurance law affecting personal injury litigation; basic medical terminology in personal injury litigation; procedural rules and practices related to personal injury litigation in California with an emphasis on the role of the paralegal.

30868

PARA-087.-61

Personal Injury and Tort Litigation (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:15 PM

M

HAMES, JOANNE

L22

PARA 88: The Paralegal and Professional Responsibility

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Examination of the role of paralegal in legal system. Ethical rules and guidelines governing legal professionals.

30865 PARA-088.-55 The Paralegal and Professional Responsibility (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh FERRILL, STEPHANIE Course Notes (Winter): PARA-088.55: PARALEGAL & PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY. Class meets six weeks beginning January 10, 2012.

L22

PARA 90A: Legal Aspects of Evidence (CP 4)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 90A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The origin, development, and content of the rules of evidence; kinds of degrees of evidence and rules governing admissibility of evidence.

30839

PARA-090A-61

Legal Aspects of Evidence (CP 4) (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:20 PM

W

STAFF, M

L25

PARA 91A: California Family Law

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Paralegal 94 or 95, or professional experience appropriate to the topic. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Substantive and procedural aspects of family law practice in California, with emphasis on dissolution procedures.

30869

PARA-091A-61

California Family Law (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:15 PM

T

LOWY, MICHAEL

L25

PARA 92A: Partnerships and Corporations

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Paralegal 94 or 95, or professional experience appropriate to the topic. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Substantive and procedural law of basic business organizations, including sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies and partnerships.

01705

PARA-092A-01

Partnerships and Corporations (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

ELLIS, TERRY

L22

PARA 92B: Corporate Securities Regulations

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Paralegal 94 or 95, or professional experience appropriate to the topic. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Substantive laws and procedural rules and forms related to California and federal corporate securities regulations.

30864

PARA-092B-01

Corporate Securities Regulations (CLAS)

02:30 PM-04:15 PM

MW

LINDENBAUM, EUGENE

L22

PARA 94: Introduction to California Law

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The legal structures and legal procedures existing within the state of California; examination of the roles and duties of legal personnel in California with an emphasis on the role and duty of paralegals.

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01707

PARA-094.-61

Introduction to California Law (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:20 PM

W

LINDENBAUM, EUGENE

L22

PARA 95: Overview of American Law

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 95 and Political Science 95. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Overview of the major substantive areas of American law: Agency, contracts, constitutional law, corporations, criminal law, family law, property, torts, wills and estates.

01709

PARA-095.-01

Overview of American Law (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

ELLIS, TERRY

L22

PARA 96B: Advanced Legal Research and Writing

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Paralegal 96A. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Researching complex legal disputes utilizing both print and on-line resources; drafting a memorandum of points and authorities.

31147

PARA-096B-01

Advanced Legal Research and Writing (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

TTh

STAFF, M

L22

PARA 97A: Civil Litigation Procedures

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Paralegal 94 or 95, or professional experience appropriate to the topic. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Substantive and procedural rules and forms for handling federal and California state civil cases through the pleading and motion phases of litigation.

01712

PARA-097A-61

Civil Litigation Procedures (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:20 PM

T

RAFTERY PIUNTI, KELLY

L22

PARA 97B: Advanced Civil Litigation Procedures

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Paralegal 94 or 95; Paralegal 97A; or professional experience appropriate to the topic. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Selected pretrial, discovery and post-trial procedures for paralegals; document preparation; judicial council form use; case analysis.

01713 01714

PARA-097B-01 PARA-097B-61

Advanced Civil Litigation Procedures (CLAS) Advanced Civil Litigation Procedures (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

MW Th

HAMES, JOANNE LOWY, MICHAEL

L22 L21

****** Physical Education/Adapted

Important Department Information: Physical Education classes for individuals with special needs. CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

PEA 1X: Adapted Total Fitness

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Adapted Physical Education 1, 1X, 1Y and 1Z may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Adapted to provide reasonable accommodations for students with verified physical disabilities, Adapted Physical Education 1 is an introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility training in the context of an individual's physical, intellectual, and/or affective abilities and limitations. Includes rules, equipment, etiquette, safety, nutrition, and techniques related to fitness training. Includes a brief historical examination of how fitness training has changed due to the influences of individuals, cultures, and medical research. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology and fitness concepts in the context of their own abilities and limitations to develop and/or maintain their cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility fitness levels.

01715 PEA-001X-01 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 10:00 AM-10:50 AM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -001X-01: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753. 01716 PEA-001X-02 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 11:00 AM-11:50 AM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -001X-02: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753. 01717 PEA-001X-03 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -001X-03: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753. 01718 PEA-001X-04 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 10:00 AM-11:15 AM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -001X-04: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753. 01719 PEA-001X-05 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 12:00 PM-01:15 PM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -001X-05: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753.

MWF

BENNETT, MARY

PE13

MWF

BENNETT, MARY

PE13

TTh

BENNETT, MARY

PE13

TTh

BENNETT, MARY

PE13

TTh

BENNETT, MARY

PE13

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01721 PEA-001X-61 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 05:00 PM-06:15 PM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -001X-61: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753.

MW

BLOOM, LARRY

PE13

PEA 2X: Adapted Strength Development

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Adapted Physical Education 2, 2X, 2Y and 2Z may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Adapted to provide reasonable accommodations for students with verified physical disabilities, Adapted Physical Education 2 is an introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through strength development in the context of an individual's physical, intellectual, and/or affective abilities and limitations. Includes rules, equipment, etiquette, safety, nutrition, and techniques related to strength training. Includes a brief historical examination of how strength training has changed due to the influences of individuals, cultures, and medical research. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology and strength development concepts in the context of their own abilities and limitations to develop and/or maintain their muscular strength

01722 PEA-002X-01 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -002X-01: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753. 01723 PEA-002X-02 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -002X-02: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753. 01724 PEA-002X-03 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 02:30 PM-03:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -002X-03: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753. 01725 PEA-002X-04 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -002X-04: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753. 01726 PEA-002X-05 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 03:00 PM-04:15 PM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -002X-05: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753. 01727 PEA-002X-61 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 05:30 PM-06:45 PM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -002X-61: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753.

MWF

PERKINS, NATHAN

PE13

MWF

BAKER, TRACY

PE13

MWF

BAKER, TRACY

PE13

TTh

HAYNES, RUTH

PE13

TTh

HAYNES, RUTH

PE13

TTh

DOMINGUEZ, MICHAEL

PE13

PEA 4X: Adapted Cardiovascular Training

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Adapted Physical Education 4, 4X, 4Y and 4Z may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Adapted to provide reasonable accommodations for students with verified physical disabilities, Adapted Physical Education 4 is an introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular training in the context of an individual's physical, intellectual, and/or affective abilities and limitations. Includes rules, equipment, etiquette, safety, nutrition, and techniques related to cardiovascular fitness training. Global and historical review of the evolution of aerobic exercise, exercise trends for men, women, and athletes as they correspond to the evolution of the discipline of Physical Education. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology and fitness concepts in the context of their own abilities and limitations to develop and/or maintain their cardiovascular fitness levels.

01728 PEA-004X-01 Adapted Cardiovascular Training (LAB) 09:00 AM-09:50 AM Course Notes (Winter): PEA -004X-01: Must register through Disability Support Services - (408) 864-8753 01729 01730 01731 01732 PEA-004X-02 Adapted Cardiovascular Training (LAB) 08:00 AM-08:50 AM 09:00 AM-09:50 AM 09:00 AM-10:15 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MWF

BENNETT, MARY

PE13

MWF MWF TTh MWF

BENNETT, MARY BEGGS, THOMAS HAYNES, RUTH PERKINS, NATHAN

PE13 CUPSC SUNSC LIFEG

# PEA-004X-02F Adapted Cardiovascular Training (LAB) # PEA-004X-03F Adapted Cardiovascular Training (LAB) # PEA-004X-04F Adapted Cardiovascular Training (LAB)

PEA 6Y: Adapted Outdoor Education

Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Adapted Physical Education 6X and 6Y may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Adapted Physical Education 60 and 60X respectively.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A multifaceted course for students with disabilities seeking outdoor experiential education. Includes diverse experiences involving accessible activities including hiking, kayaking, white water rafting, camping, sailing, etc. Using adapted methodologies and wilderness safety, disabled students will experience survival techniques, investigate flora and fauna, experience greater joy and personal fulfillment being in an outdoor environment. Mental and physical strength will be tested. Students with disabilities will learn new personal skills.

30025

# PEA-006Y-01F Adapted Outdoor Education (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:30 PM

TTh

BEGGS, THOMAS

CUPSC

****** Persian

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

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PERS 2: Elementary Persian (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Persian 92.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Persian 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Persian) or equivalent. Course Description: Further development of material presented in Persian 1. Continuation of introduction to the language and cultures of the Persian-speaking states. Basic speaking, listening, reading and writing of Persian will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture with special interest in communication skill-building. Language laboratory practice to reinforce pronunciation, grammar, and syntax.

01738

PERS-002.-01

Elementary Persian (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

DAVARAN, FERESHTEH

L32

PERS 4: Intermediate Persian (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Persian 94.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Persian 3 (equivalent to three years of high school Persian) or equivalent. Course Description: Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, geography, history and culture of the Persian-speaking world. Review of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of introductory (elementary-level) Persian. Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the first intermediate level.

01739

PERS-004.-01

Intermediate Persian (First Quarter) (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

GILANI, DARIUSH

MCC-12

PERS 5: Intermediate Persian (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Persian 95.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Persian 4 (equivalent to four years of high school Persian) or equivalent. Course Description: Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, geography, history and culture of the Persian-speaking world. Review of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of introductory (elementary-level) Persian. Continued development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the intermediate level.

01740

PERS-005.-01

Intermediate Persian (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

GILANI, DARIUSH

MCC-12

PERS 6: Intermediate Persian (Third Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Persian 96.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Persian 5 or equivalent. Course Description: Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, geography, history and culture of the Persian-speaking world. Review of the linguistic functions and grammar structures of first-year Persian. Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the third-intermediate level.

01741

PERS-006.-01

Intermediate Persian (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

GILANI, DARIUSH

MCC-12

****** Philosophy

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

PHIL 1: Knowledge and Reality

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A multicultural examination of philosophy as love of speculative and practical wisdom. What philosophers throughout the world have thought about reality and what constitutes our knowing of reality will be the major focus of the course.

30903

PHIL-001.-01L

Knowledge and Reality (CLAS)

09:30 AM-01:20 PM

F

HANSON, ANTHONY

L28

30901 * PHIL-001.-02Y Knowledge and Reality (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM TTh LE, TRUNG MQ-2 Course Notes (Winter): PHIL-001.-02Y: "This hybrid course meets in the classroom on Tuesdays from 4:00pm - 5:50pm with approximately 50 percent of the coursework online. Students are required to complete the online assignments in Catalyst. The instructor is available online on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30am - 11:20am." 30902 30893 30897 30898 30895 PHIL-001.-03 PHIL-001.-04 PHIL-001.-05 PHIL-001.-06 PHIL-001.-07 Knowledge and Reality (CLAS) Knowledge and Reality (CLAS) Knowledge and Reality (CLAS) Knowledge and Reality (CLAS) Knowledge and Reality (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:15 PM 04:30 PM-06:15 PM MTWTh MW TTh TTh MW LE, TRUNG VICIAN, THOMAS HAMMERUD, RICHARD HANSON, ANTHONY HAMMERUD, RICHARD FOR4 ADM119 S72 ADM119 FOR4

PHIL 2: Social and Political Philosophy

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Examines fundamental issues and methods in social and political philosophy in their historical and cultural contexts. Issues include rights, equality,

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justifications for hierarchy, political systems (such as democracy, dictatorship, and collectivism), analysis of sources of inequality and domination as well as practices that challenge inequality domination.

30900 30899 30896

PHIL-002.-01 PHIL-002.-02 PHIL-002.-61

Social and Political Philosophy (CLAS) Social and Political Philosophy (CLAS) Social and Political Philosophy (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:15 PM

MTWTh TTh MW

LE, TRUNG HANSON, ANTHONY HAMMERUD, RICHARD

G4 ADM119 L24

PHIL 3: Critical Thinking and Writing

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the study of argumentation, critical evaluation, the structure of language in written composition, and research techniques. Practical applications of critical thinking skills in everyday situations such as problem solving and evaluation of arguments will also be explored. A major research paper is also required for the course.

30891 30892

PHIL-003.-01 PHIL-003.-02

Critical Thinking and Writing (CLAS) Critical Thinking and Writing (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:45 PM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM

MW TTh

BAIAMONTE, NICHOLAS BAIAMONTE, NICHOLAS

FOR4 L84

PHIL 4: Critical Thinking

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the study of argumentation, critical evaluation, and the use of language in interpretation of diverse forms of discourse. Explores practical applications of critical thinking skills in everyday situations such as problem solving and evaluation of arguments.

30888 30889 30131 30894 01758 01761

PHIL-004.-01 PHIL-004.-02 PHIL-004.-03 PHIL-004.-04 PHIL-004.-05 PHIL-004.-62

Critical Thinking (CLAS) Critical Thinking (CLAS) Critical Thinking (CLAS) Critical Thinking (CLAS) Critical Thinking (CLAS) Critical Thinking (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:15 PM 03:30 PM-05:15 PM 04:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh TTh MW TTh TTh

RAMIREZ, ANTONIO RAMIREZ, ANTONIO BUNCE, DANIEL VICIAN, THOMAS STORER, CHRISTOPHER STORER, CHRISTOPHER

L28 L28 S75 L28 L72 ADM101

31016 * PHIL-004.-63Z Critical Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA BAIAMONTE, NICHOLAS LC107 Course Notes (Winter): PHIL-004.-63Z: Online Course with video stream components and required on-campus orientation and exams. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED class meetings is available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

PHIL 8: Ethics

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An integrated and multicultural study of Ethical philosophy. Emphasis will be given to topics such as moral reflection, moral reasoning, moral decision making, and action. The course examines many approaches to Ethics (both Eastern and Western). Readings will be selected from moral philosophy, history, psychology, socio-cultural criticism, ethnic studies, and other sources (such as film and literature).

30890 01764

PHIL-008.-01 PHIL-008.-02

Ethics (CLAS) Ethics (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW TTh

RAMIREZ, ANTONIO RAMIREZ, ANTONIO

L28 G4

PHIL 14C: Japanese Philosophy

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Humanities 14C. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A study of philosophical thought in Japan including Zen Buddhism, Shinto, and contemporary thinkers.

30121

PHIL-014C-01

Japanese Philosophy (CLAS)

03:00 PM-04:50 PM

MW

BAIAMONTE, NICHOLAS

S34

PHIL 20B: History of Western Philosophy: 1400 - 1800

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the major philosophers of the Western tradition from the Renaissance through the early modern period, with a focus on thinkers such as Descartes, Hume, and Kant. An engagement with these thinkers' ideas about the nature of science, the relationship between reason and religion, and the relationship between mind and body.

01769

PHIL-020B-01

History of Western Philosophy: 1400 - 1800 (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

BAIAMONTE, NICHOLAS

L72

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CRN

Course

Title

Time

Days

Instructor

Location

PHTG 1: Basic Photography

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Introduction to black and white photography. Overview of the 35mm, single lens reflex, camera operating system. Basic understanding of film processing, printing and finishing. Development of critical thinking skills to analyze historical, cultural, conceptual, and practical aspects of a medium used worldwide. Preparatory for further work in photography including digital imaging.

01772 01772 01773 01773 01774 01774

PHTG-001.-01 PHTG-001.-01 PHTG-001.-02 PHTG-001.-02 PHTG-001.-02L PHTG-001.-02L

Basic Photography (CLAS) Basic Photography (LAB) Basic Photography (CLAS) Basic Photography (LAB) Basic Photography (CLAS) Basic Photography (LAB)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 10:30 AM-01:20 PM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM

T T T Th F F

CASTANO, WILFRED CASTANO, WILFRED CASTANO, WILFRED CASTANO, WILFRED MARUOKA, JOHN MARUOKA, JOHN

AT120 A65 AT120 A65 A65 A65

PHTG 2: Intermediate Photography

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Photography 1. Course Description: Intermediate black and white photography. Overview of the medium format camera and continued use of the 35mm camera. Demonstration of basic 4x5 camera principles. Introduction to studio portraiture and basic studio practices. Continued development of critical thinking skills to analyze historical, cultural, conceptual, and practical aspects of a medium used worldwide. Preparatory for further work in photography including digital imaging.

01776 01776

PHTG-002.-61 PHTG-002.-61

Intermediate Photography (CLAS) Intermediate Photography (LAB)

06:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:30 PM-11:20 PM

W W

CASTANO, WILFRED CASTANO, WILFRED

A65 A65

PHTG 3: Advanced Photography

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Photography 2. Course Description: Advanced black and white photography. Introduction to large format photography. Pre-visualization of the image and the application of the Zone System including archival print processing. Process and print technically and well-conceived images as part of a final portfolio. Refined development of critical thinking skills to analyze historical, cultural, conceptual and practical aspects of a medium used worldwide. Preparatory for further work in photography including digital imaging.

31027 31027

PHTG-003.-61 PHTG-003.-61

Advanced Photography (CLAS) Advanced Photography (LAB)

06:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:30 PM-11:20 PM

W W

CASTANO, WILFRED CASTANO, WILFRED

A65 A65

PHTG 4: Introduction to Digital Photography

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Photography 64.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: An introduction to digital photography and digital imaging processes. Gain proficiency in the use of a digital camera and explore the digital darkroom using Adobe Lightroom. Develop skills in digital print output for both fine art and commercial applications. Gain knowledge of issues in contemporary photography and develop an ability to analyze and discuss photographic imagery. Basic, beginning photography and wet darkroom experience recommended.

01777 01777 31032 31032

PHTG-004.-01 PHTG-004.-01 PHTG-004.-61 PHTG-004.-61

Introduction to Digital Photography (CLAS) Introduction to Digital Photography (LAB) Introduction to Digital Photography (CLAS) Introduction to Digital Photography (LAB)

01:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:45 PM 06:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW MW MW MW

PIERCE, DIANE PIERCE, DIANE PIERCE, DIANE PIERCE, DIANE

A92 A92 A92 A92

PHTG 5: Intermediate Digital Photography

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Photography 65.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Further study of digital photography and digital imaging processes. Gain greater control over the quality of your digital images through shooting RAW (unprocessed, digital negatives), organization and development through Lightroom, and/or image editing with Photoshop. Create a work flow for producing quality prints. Discuss and analyze current trends in photography. Prior experience with a digital camera, Lightroom and/or Photoshop skills required or the equivalent.

30117 30117

PHTG-005.-01 PHTG-005.-01

Intermediate Digital Photography (CLAS) Intermediate Digital Photography (LAB)

11:00 AM-11:50 AM 12:00 PM-01:15 PM

TTh TTh

PIERCE, DIANE PIERCE, DIANE

A92 A92

PHTG 7: Exploring Visual Expression

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Exploring visual expression through the photographic medium. Understanding of basic principles of perception, light, color, composition and visual awareness. Development of "critical thinking" skills to express aesthetic, intellectual and emotional concerns. Instruction on the use of film and/or digital cameras, lenses, and other creative controls of photography.

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01779 01780 01781 01782

PHTG-007.-01 PHTG-007.-02 PHTG-007.-03L PHTG-007.-61

Exploring Visual Expression (CLAS) Exploring Visual Expression (CLAS) Exploring Visual Expression (CLAS) Exploring Visual Expression (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 02:30 PM-06:20 PM 09:30 AM-01:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MW Th F TTh

MARUOKA, JOHN CASTANO, WILFRED MATTICK, WILLIAM CASTANO, WILFRED

VPA132 VPA132 VPA132 VPA132

PHTG 21: Contemporary Trends in Photography

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A comprehensive introduction to contemporary trends, styles and applications of photography starting in 1925. An examination of photography's broad impact as a cultural, visual and social force including the diversity of 20th and 21st Century photographic movements.

01783 PHTG-021.-01 Contemporary Trends in Photography (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): PHTG-021.-01: Only offered in Winter Quarter.

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

MW

BHATTACHARJI, SITA

A11

PHTG 58: Using a Digital Camera

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An online introduction to the use of digital cameras; basic camera types, controls, storage, image size, and display will be covered. Technical and compositional exercises will enhance the understanding of digital cameras and techniques covered.

01784 * PHTG-058.-63Z Using a Digital Camera (CLAS) TBA TBA BHATTACHARJI, SITA ONLINE 01784 * PHTG-058.-63Z Using a Digital Camera (LAB) TBA TBA BHATTACHARJI, SITA ONLINE Course Notes (Winter): PHTG-058.-63Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/.

PHTG 58A: Beginning Digital Imaging

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Introduction to digital imaging using the application Photoshop. Overview of Macintosh operating system. Basic understanding of image capture, input, storage, and output. Use of specifically photographic methods and controls to create and manage imagery in an all digital environment. The development of critical thinking skills to analyze diverse cultural, intellectual, philosophical, ethical and aesthetic concerns of the photographic medium as a part of new technologies.

01785 PHTG-058A-01 Beginning Digital Imaging (CLAS) 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MW PIERCE, DIANE 01785 PHTG-058A-01 Beginning Digital Imaging (LAB) 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW PIERCE, DIANE Course Notes (Winter): PHTG-058A-01: Beginning Digital Imaging (devoted to Photoshop application for photographers). Only offered in Winter Quarter.

A92 A92

PHTG 58B: Intermediate/Advanced Digital Imaging

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $20.00 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Photography 58A. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263; Mathematics 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Refinement of digital imaging skills using the application Photoshop. Learn channel mixing, advanced layering, and masking techniques. Understanding of color management, optimization of the toolbox and an introduction to large format printing. Use of specifically photographic methods and controls to create and manage imagery in an all-digital environment. Development of critical thinking skills to analyze diverse cultural, intellectual, philosophical, ethical and aesthetic concerns of the digital photograph.

31028 PHTG-058B-01 Intermediate/Advanced Digital Imaging (CLAS) 10:00 AM-10:50 AM MW PIERCE, DIANE 31028 PHTG-058B-01 Intermediate/Advanced Digital Imaging (LAB) 11:00 AM-12:15 PM MW PIERCE, DIANE Course Notes (Winter): PHTG-058B-01: Intermediate Digital Imaging (devoted to Photoshop application for photographers). Only offered in Winter Quarter.

A92 A92

PHTG 77: Special Projects in Photography

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $15.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken two times for credit as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Photography 59.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual projects in creative, technical, or applied photography by written arrangement with the instructor. A specific area is explored in depth and quality.

30118 30119

PHTG-077.-65R PHTG-077.-66R

Special Projects in Photography (LAB) Special Projects in Photography (LAB)

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

CASTANO, WILFRED PIERCE, DIANE

TBA TBA

****** Physics

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

151 of 175

PHYS 2A: General Introductory Physics

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 1A (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Physics 50. Course Description: An elementary study of the basic physical laws describing the motion of bodies. Includes the study of oscillations, waves, and sound. Applications to everyday physical phenomena in problem solving using verbal logic, critical thinking, and mathematics up to elementary calculus. In the laboratory, explore experimental scientific procedures by comparing theoretical models to classic experiments using standard measurement techniques, basic uncertainty analysis, and graphical interpretations of data.

01786 01786 01786 01787 01787 01787 01788 01788 01788 01789 01789 01789

PHYS-002A-01 PHYS-002A-01 PHYS-002A-01 PHYS-002A-02 PHYS-002A-02 PHYS-002A-02 PHYS-002A-61 PHYS-002A-61 PHYS-002A-61 PHYS-002A-62 PHYS-002A-62 PHYS-002A-62

General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (LAB) General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (LAB) General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (LAB) General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:20 PM-08:20 PM 08:20 PM-10:00 PM 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:20 PM-08:20 PM 08:20 PM-10:10 PM

T T MTWTh MTWTh Th Th MW M M MW W W

JIAO, JUMING JIAO, JUMING LUNA, EDUARDO LUNA, EDUARDO LUNA, EDUARDO LUNA, EDUARDO DURAZZO, ROBERT DURAZZO, ROBERT DURAZZO, ROBERT DURAZZO, ROBERT DURAZZO, ROBERT DURAZZO, ROBERT

S17 S17 S34 S34 S17 S17 S75 S17 S17 S75 S17 S17

PHYS 2B: General Introductory Physics

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Physics 2A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The laws of mechanics applied to those of electricity and magnetism. An introduction to the physical properties of that fundamental quantity called charge. Includes the study of DC and AC circuits and their elementary applications. Concludes with electromagnetic waves. In the laboratory, learn to construct elementary circuits, measure and analyze their properties with electronic equipment including the oscilloscope, and study the behavior of moving charge in magnetic fields.

01790 01790 01790 31115 31115 31115

PHYS-002B-01 PHYS-002B-01 PHYS-002B-01 PHYS-002B-02 PHYS-002B-02 PHYS-002B-02

General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (LAB) General Introductory Physics (CLAS) General Introductory Physics (LAB) General Introductory Physics (CLAS)

01:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:20 PM-05:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:10 PM 01:30 PM-02:20 PM

MTWTh T T Th Th MTWTh

JIAO, JUMING JIAO, JUMING JIAO, JUMING FRANCIS, RONALD FRANCIS, RONALD JIAO, JUMING

S17 S17 S17 S17 S17 S32

PHYS 4A: Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics

Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Five hours lecture, three hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Physics 50 with a grade of C or better, or the equivalent (including high school physics); Mathematics 1B (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: A rigorous introduction to the physical laws that describe and explain the motion of bodies. Analyze the structure of classical mechanics and its applications to problem solving using verbal logic, critical analysis, and mathematical models. Investigate general scientific procedures as a quantitative interplay between experimentation and theory employing statistical methods, graphical techniques, and measurement theory.

01791 01791 01792 01792 01793 01793

PHYS-004A-01 PHYS-004A-01 PHYS-004A-02 PHYS-004A-02 PHYS-004A-03 PHYS-004A-03

Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics (CLAS) Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics (LAB) Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics (CLAS) Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics (LAB) Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics (CLAS) Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics (LAB)

01:30 PM-02:20 PM 10:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 10:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:15 PM

MTWThF M MTWThF W MTWThF Th

LUNA, EDUARDO LUNA, EDUARDO LUNA, EDUARDO LUNA, EDUARDO LUNA, EDUARDO NEWTON, DAVID

S34 S11 S34 S11 S34 S11

PHYS 4B: Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Electricity and Magnetism)

Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Five hours lecture, three hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Physics 4A; Mathematics 1C (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to classical electromagnetism. Includes DC and AC circuits and elementary field theory.

01794 01794

PHYS-004B-01 PHYS-004B-01

Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Electricity and Magnetism) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM (CLAS) Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Electricity and Magnetism) 09:30 AM-12:15 PM (LAB) Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Electricity and Magnetism) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM (CLAS)

MTWThF T

NEWTON, DAVID NEWTON, DAVID

S34 S11

01795

PHYS-004B-02

MTWThF

NEWTON, DAVID

S34

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01795

PHYS-004B-02

Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Electricity and Magnetism) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM (LAB) Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Electricity and Magnetism) 05:30 PM-07:45 PM (CLAS) Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Electricity and Magnetism) 07:55 PM-10:45 PM (LAB) Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Electricity and Magnetism) 05:30 PM-07:45 PM (CLAS) Physics for Scientists and Engineers (Electricity and Magnetism) 07:55 PM-10:45 PM (LAB)

W

NEWTON, DAVID

S11

01796 01796

PHYS-004B-61 PHYS-004B-61

TTh T

DICKSON, STEPHANIE DICKSON, STEPHANIE

S32 S17

01797 01797

PHYS-004B-62 PHYS-004B-62

TTh Th

DICKSON, STEPHANIE DICKSON, STEPHANIE

S32 S17

PHYS 4C: Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Fluids, Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics

Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Five hours lecture, three hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Physics 4B. Co-requisite: Mathematics 1D. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introductory studies in static and dynamic fluids, mechanical and non-mechanical waves, geometrical and physical optics, heat and the laws of thermodynamics.

01798 01798

PHYS-004C-01 PHYS-004C-01

Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Fluids, Waves, Optics and 01:30 PM-02:20 PM Thermodynamics (CLAS) Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Fluids, Waves, Optics and 02:30 PM-05:15 PM Thermodynamics (LAB)

MTWThF T

FRANCIS, RONALD FRANCIS, RONALD

S44 S11

PHYS 10: Concepts of Physics

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Mathematics 114 or equivalent; or a qualifying score on the Intermediate Algebra Placement Test. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Explore the fundamental concepts of physics as applied to everyday phenomena from a limited mathematical perspective emphasizing verbal logic, critical analysis, and rational thought. Analyze the history of scientific procedure as an interplay between theory and experimentation. Critically evaluate the role of scientific discovery in the success and development of technology.

01799 01800

PHYS-010.-01 PHYS-010.-61

Concepts of Physics (CLAS) Concepts of Physics (CLAS)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM 05:30 PM-07:45 PM

MTWThF MW

NEWTON, DAVID NEWTON, DAVID

S32 S32

PHYS 50: Preparatory Physics

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: Advisory: Mathematics 49B; Physics 10. Course Description: A study in basic problem solving techniques in mechanics as a preparation for Physics 4A.

01801 01802

PHYS-050.-01 PHYS-050.-61

Preparatory Physics (CLAS) Preparatory Physics (CLAS)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM

MTWTh TTh

FRANCIS, RONALD LUNA, EDUARDO

S75 S34

****** Political Science

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

POLI 1: American Government and Politics

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Critical examination of the contemporary and historical struggle for the development of democratic political institutions in the United States at the state, local, and national levels. Particular emphasis given to the conflict between disparate socioeconomic groups (e.g. traditional elite's versus the historically (and currently) disenfranchised; women, people of color, workers, immigrants, etc.) in the conduct of U.S. political life.

01805 30912 01806

POLI-001.-01L POLI-001.-02 POLI-001.-03

American Government and Politics (CLAS) American Government and Politics (CLAS) American Government and Politics (CLAS)

08:30 AM-12:20 PM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM

F MTWTh MTWTh

TARIKH, ISHMAEL DRUEHL, GREGORY DRUEHL, GREGORY

L72 L72 FOR4

01808 ^ POLI-001.-04S American Government and Politics (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh STOCKWELL, ROBERT SC1102 Course Notes (Winter): POLI-001.-04S: This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements. 01810 ^ POLI-001.-05S American Government and Politics (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW YUEN, NICHOLAS ADM119

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Course Notes (Winter): POLI-001.-05S: This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements. 01812 01816 30500 01817 01818 01819 POLI-001.-06 POLI-001.-07 POLI-001.-09 POLI-001.-10L POLI-001.-13 POLI-001.-62 American Government and Politics (CLAS) American Government and Politics (CLAS) American Government and Politics (CLAS) American Government and Politics (CLAS) American Government and Politics (CLAS) American Government and Politics (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 01:00 PM-04:50 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh TTh MW F TTh TTh SCHENDAN, ALBERT DORABJI, ELENA TULLY, DAVID TARIKH, ISHMAEL TULLY, DAVID DORABJI, ELENA ADM119 L26 FOR1 L72 ADM101 L27

01821 * POLI-001.-63Z American Government and Politics (TBA) TBA TBA HEFFNER, SCOTT LC107 Course Notes (Winter): POLI-001.-63Z Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ 01822 POLI-001.-64 American Government and Politics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W YUEN, NICHOLAS ADM101

31015 * POLI-001.-65Z American Government and Politics (TBA) TBA TBA HEFFNER, SCOTT LC107 Course Notes (Winter): POLI-001.-65Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

POLI 3: International Relations

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Critical examination of the basic elements of contemporary international relations: scope, terminology, methodology, sovereignty, nationalism, national policies, globalization, power, international and regional political systems. The course will also discuss non-governmental organizations and issues such as human rights and the environment.

01825

POLI-003.-01

International Relations (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

TTh

STOCKWELL, ROBERT

FOR4

POLI 5: Introduction to Political Thought and Theory

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey in the field of political theory including how to interpret, discuss, critique, debate and write about classical and contemporary political thought and theory. Both classic or traditional approaches as well as more current and contemporary paradigms specific to constituent groups traditionally excluded will be examined. Through this course of study, students will learn to think and discuss critically, both classic and modern issues in politics (e.g., individual versus community rights, freedom, equality and distributional justice, power, sovereignty and the state, etc.).

01827

POLI-005.-01

Introduction to Political Thought and Theory (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

TTh

SCHENDAN, ALBERT

L84

POLI 10: Introduction to Administration of Justice

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 1. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The history and philosophy of the administration of justice in America. A study of the overall system from its European antecedents and development within the United States; identification of various subsystems and components; their role expectations and interrelationships; basic premise of crime, punishment and rehabilitation; the role of education in the administration of justice within a democracy.

01828 30871 30017

POLI-010.-01 POLI-010.-02 POLI-010.-61

Introduction to Administration of Justice (CLAS) Introduction to Administration of Justice (CLAS) Introduction to Administration of Justice (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 05:30 PM-09:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh T

LAWLOR, MARNI GOMES, RODNEY MC CLURE, JACQUELYN

L22 L21 L21

POLI 13: Concepts of Criminal Law (CP 2)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Paralegal 3 and Administration of Justice 3. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Historical development, philosophy of law and constitutional provisions; definitions, classification of crime, and their application to the system of administration of justice; legal research, study of case law, methodology, and concepts of law as a social force in a multicultural, multiethnic society.

01830

POLI-013.-01

Concepts of Criminal Law (CP 2) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

ELLIS, TERRY

L22

POLI 15: Grassroots Democracy: Race, Politics and the American Promise

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Social Science 15 and Women's Studies 15. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Political Science 53.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.

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Course Description: Applied and theoretical study for students of social justice, this course will examine race, culture and contradictions in the ideal of the American Dream through a comparative analysis of American experiences of migration. Particular emphasis will be on the historical experiences of European immigrants, African Americans, Mexican Americans, and Asian Americans. The course will also discuss the contemporary social and cultural implications of the migration process. Using a multidisciplinary social science approach, attention will be given to issues of race, ethnicity, gender, and class, as well as the role of the state (policy) to the process of immigration.

01831

^ POLI-015.-01S Grassroots Democracy: Race, Politics and the American 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW CRAIN, CRYSTALLEE ADM101 Promise (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): POLI-015.-01S: This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements.

POLI 75: Principles and Procedures of the Justice System

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 75 and Paralegal 75. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Procedures followed by law enforcement and courts in criminal cases; constitutional principles governing those procedures.

01834

POLI-075.-61

Principles and Procedures of the Justice System (CLAS)

05:30 PM-09:20 PM

M

HERLIHY, JOHN

L21

POLI 95: Overview of American Law

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 95 and Paralegal 95. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Overview of the major substantive areas of American law: Agency, contracts, constitutional law, corporations, criminal law, family law, property, torts, wills and estates.

01835

POLI-095.-01

Overview of American Law (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

ELLIS, TERRY

L22

****** Psychology

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

PSYC 1: General Psychology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Factors influencing human behavior including: biological and neurological processes and structures, evolution, genetics, gender, life span development, consciousness, attention, sensation, perception, learning, memory cognition, intelligence, motivation, emotion, stress, personality, psychopathology, psychotherapy, social and cultural determinants.

01847 01848 01849 01850 01851 01853

PSYC-001.-01 PSYC-001.-02 PSYC-001.-03 PSYC-001.-04 PSYC-001.-05 PSYC-001.-07

General Psychology (CLAS) General Psychology (CLAS) General Psychology (CLAS) General Psychology (CLAS) General Psychology (CLAS) General Psychology (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW

GOESLING, WENDELL HASSETT, SHANNON GOESLING, WENDELL HASSETT, SHANNON RAMSKOV, CHARLES WARD EICHEL, MAUREEN

FOR4 FOR4 FOR1 FOR1 FOR1 G10

01854 + PSYC-001.-08D General Psychology (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW HEALY, MARK L49 Course Notes (Winter): PSYC001.08D: Learning Community Course: Requires concurrent enrollment in SPCH010.12D. Contact Matt Abrahams at 408-864-8534. www.deanza.edu/linc 01855 01856 01857 PSYC-001.-09 PSYC-001.-61 PSYC-001.-62 General Psychology (CLAS) General Psychology (CLAS) General Psychology (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:30 PM-10:20 PM MW MW TTh MW CLIFFORD JR, JAMES BECKUM, LAQUISHA BOISSIERE, PHILIP HEALY, MARK L25 G1 L72 G1

01858 PSYC-001.-63 General Psychology (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-001.-63: Adjunct course (Skills 132)may be available.

30479 * PSYC-001.-63Z General Psychology (TBA) TBA TBA RAMSKOV, CHARLES LC107 Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-001.-63Z: Online course. Access to e-mail and the Internet is required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

PSYC 4: Abnormal Psychology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5.

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Course Description: A historical overview of abnormal psychology with emphasis on current paradigms and models in psychopathology and therapy including a survey of research methodology; clinical assessment, classification, and diagnosis with special focus on cultural, gender, and age issues in psychopathology and therapy.

01860 01863

PSYC-004.-01 PSYC-004.-61

Abnormal Psychology (CLAS) Abnormal Psychology (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 08:30 PM-10:20 PM

MTWTh TTh

RAMSKOV, CHARLES BUETTNER, DAVID

L27 L72

01864 * PSYC-004.-63Z Abnormal Psychology (TBA) TBA TBA HURKMANS, LINDA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-004.-63Z Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/.

PSYC 5: Introduction to Theories of Personality

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Psychology 1. Course Description: Survey of major theories and concepts of personality. Topics to include: Freudian, neo-Freudian, interpersonal, dispositional, behavioral and phenomenological theories.

01865

PSYC-005.-01

Introduction to Theories of Personality (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

MW

BOISSIERE, PHILIP

L23

PSYC 6: Introduction to Humanistic Psychology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey of humanistic, existential-phenomenological psychology and Eastern thought. A cross-cultural survey of humanistic personality principles including Western European existential phenomenological psychology and the current and historical impact of Eastern thought.

01866

PSYC-006.-01

Introduction to Humanistic Psychology (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

MW

BUNCE, DANIEL

ADM119

PSYC 8: Introduction to Social Psychology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: The scientific study of the way individuals think, feel and behave in social situations. The systematic approach will include cross cultural and comparative perspectives.

01867 ^ PSYC-008.-01S Introduction to Social Psychology (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh BECKUM, LAQUISHA L27 Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-008.-01S: This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements 01868 PSYC-008.-02 Introduction to Social Psychology (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW WARD EICHEL, MAUREEN G1

PSYC 9: Psychology of Human Relationships and Normal Adjustment

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey of current theoretical and applied psychological knowledge relevant to personal/social interactions and normal psychological adjustment.

01869

PSYC-009.-61

Psychology of Human Relationships and Normal Adjustment (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

T

JOHNSON, ELISE

ADM119

PSYC 10G: Child Development (The Early Years)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Child Development 10G. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An examination of human growth and development from conception to middle childhood with particular attention given to current theoretical and research perspectives within a diverse society. Observational study of children with analysis of factors influencing development including conditions that put children at risk. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1 and 3; NBPTS Standards 1 and 4; and CEC Standards 1, 2 and 3.)

01870 01871 01872 01873

PSYC-010G-01 PSYC-010G-02 PSYC-010G-03 PSYC-010G-61

Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-05:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:15 PM

TTh TTh M TTh Th

CORDERO, JUANITA EBESUGAWA, MARTINA BUCHANAN, ANGELA LANGFELDER, DIANE VARGAS, NELLIE

G10 CD1-10 CD1-10 G10 CD1-10

30878 PSYC-010G-62 Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-010G-62: Clase en Espanol. 30480 * PSYC-010G-63Z Child Development (The Early Years) (TBA)

TBA

TBA

LEAL, ANA

LC107

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Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-010G-63Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on required orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

PSYC 10H: Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence)

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Child Development 10H. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An examination of human growth and development both typical and atypical from school age through adolescence with particular attention given to current theoretical and research perspectives within a diverse society. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1 and 3; NBPTS Standards 1 and 4; and CEC Standards 1, 2 and 3.)

01875 01876 01877

PSYC-010H-01 PSYC-010H-02

Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 01:30 PM-05:20 PM

MW T F

SUN, LI ZARGHAMI, FATEMEH MCKEITHAN, SANDRA

G10 CD1-10 CD1-10 LC107

PSYC-010H-61L Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

30481 * PSYC-010H-63Z Child Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (TBA) TBA TBA LEAL, ANA Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-010H-63Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on required orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

PSYC 12: Psychology of Gender

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Women's Studies 12. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey of the psychobiological, cultural, social and intellectual factors influencing the psychology of gender.

01879

PSYC-012.-01

Psychology of Gender (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

ROSE, MURIELLE

MQ-2

PSYC 14: Developmental Aspects of Psychology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Interaction of the biological, social, cognitive and psychological development across the life span.

01881 30906 01882 01884

PSYC-014.-01 PSYC-014.-02 PSYC-014.-03 PSYC-014.-61

Developmental Aspects of Psychology (CLAS) Developmental Aspects of Psychology (CLAS) Developmental Aspects of Psychology (CLAS) Developmental Aspects of Psychology (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:15 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 08:30 PM-10:20 PM

MW TTh TTh MW

CLIFFORD JR, JAMES HURKMANS, LINDA STERLING, CASSIDY AVERA, JOSHUA

L27 FOR1 L23 L72

01885 * PSYC-014.-63Z Developmental Aspects of Psychology (TBA) TBA TBA GOESLING, WENDELL LC107 Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-014.-63Z:Online Course. Access to email and the Internet is also required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu /distance/

PSYC 15: Basic Statistics and Research Methods in Social and Behavioral Sciences

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Sociology 15. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Psychology 1 or Sociology 1; Mathematics 114 or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Elementary statistics including measures of central tendency, variability, probability, correlation, tests of significance, experimental and quasiexperimental designs.

01886

PSYC-015.-01

Basic Statistics and Research Methods in Social and Behavioral 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Sciences (CLAS)

MTWTh

ROSE, MURIELLE

L27

PSYC 24: Introduction to Psychobiology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Psychology 1. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A survey of the central and peripheral nervous system processes underlying the behavior of humans and animals, with emphasis on evolutionary, genetic and gender differences underlying social behavior, the basic anatomical and physiological substrates of behavior and consciousness and on the neural mechanisms and sensory processes associated with learning, language, perception, motivation, emotion, sleep, speech, and sexual behavior.

01887

PSYC-024.-01

Introduction to Psychobiology (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

HASSETT, SHANNON

L27

PSYC 63: Sexual Assault, Police and Community Response

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 62. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) ||

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Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Societal and psychological aspects of sexual assault, the perpetrators and the victims; practical application of the police investigation, the criminal justice process, and social service intervention.

30836

PSYC-063.-01

Sexual Assault, Police and Community Response (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:15 PM

TTh

MC CLURE, JACQUELYN

L21

PSYC 64: Psychology Internship

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Psychology 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Psychology 1. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in Psychology or Human Services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

01888

PSYC-064.-55

Psychology Internship (LAB)

TBA

TBA

HASSETT, SHANNON

TBA

PSYC 64X: Psychology Internship

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Psychology 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Psychology 1. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in Psychology or Human Services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

01889 PSYC-064X-55 Psychology Internship (LAB) TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-064X-55: Student must contact instructor two weeks prior to the beginning of classes at (408) 864-8853.

HASSETT, SHANNON

TBA

PSYC 64Y: Psychology Internship

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Psychology 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Psychology 1. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in Psychology or Human Services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

01890 PSYC-064Y-55 Psychology Internship (LAB) TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-064Y-55: Student must contact instructor two weeks prior to the beginning of classes at (408) 864-8853.

HASSETT, SHANNON

TBA

PSYC 64Z: Psychology Internship

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours per week per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Psychology 64, 64X, 64Y and 64Z may be taken up to six times, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Psychology 1. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in Psychology or Human Services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.

01891 PSYC-064Z-55 Psychology Internship (LAB) TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): PSYC-064Z-55: Student must contact instructor two weeks prior to the beginning of classes at (408) 864-8853.

HASSETT, SHANNON

TBA

****** Reading

Important Department Information: See other self-paced Reading courses under Skills. CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

READ 70: Reading Across the Disciplines

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit as long as the corequisites are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: A qualifying score on the English and Reading Placement Tests for English Writing 1A; or satisfactory completion of English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Co-requisite: Reading 70 students must also enroll in an appropriate course in the disciplines of Business, History, Humanities, Intercultural Studies, Psychology or Sociology. Course Description: Improve comprehension of reading materials in a specific content-area course through the application of reading strategies and critical analysis of reading materials specific to the course. Offered in coordination with specific sections of content area courses.

31071

ACEVEDO AVILA, VERONICA Course Notes (Winter): READ-070.-FY4 This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community-building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY4, READ.DO78.FY4, SOC.DO20.FY4 and SOSC.DO97W.FY4 required

READ-070.-FY4

Reading Across the Disciplines (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

Th

S11

READ 200: Reading Fundamentals

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Reading 201.) ||

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Prerequisites: Prerequisite: A qualifying score on the Reading Placement Test. Course Description: An introduction to everyday benefits of reading. A practice in learning and applying reading methods to appropriate reading material and learning strategies for improving reading comprehension and rate.

01893 01896 31157 30429 31035

READ-200.-01 READ-200.-02 READ-200.-03 READ-200.-61 READ-200.-62

Reading Fundamentals (CLAS) Reading Fundamentals (CLAS) Reading Fundamentals (CLAS) Reading Fundamentals (CLAS) Reading Fundamentals (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF MTWThF TTh MW TTh

ARGYRIOU, ANNE ARGYRIOU, ANNE SKAGER, KRISTIN JAMES, JENNIFER JAMES, JENNIFER

L73A L73A L73A L31 L31

READ 211: Developmental Reading

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Reading 100.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Reading 200; or a qualifying score on the Reading Placement Test. Course Description: Improve ability to read independently and effectively in work, academic, and personal environments.

01897

READ-211.-01

Developmental Reading (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

ACEVEDO AVILA, VERONICA BEAMAN, DONNA DOSSANI, KHAIRUNESSA YOES, SUSAN YOES, SUSAN MARTIN, NITA BEAMAN, DONNA VASHIO, PAULETTE DOSSANI, KHAIRUNESSA WRONSKY, MARIAN YOES, SUSAN KIM, YONG MARCIEL, ALICE WRONSKY, MARIAN MARCIEL, ALICE KIM, YONG VASHIO, PAULETTE

L27

01898 01899 01900 01901 01902 01904 01905 01906 01907 30430 01909 01910 01914 01912 01913 01903 30079

READ-211.-02 READ-211.-03 READ-211.-04 READ-211.-05 READ-211.-06 READ-211.-08 READ-211.-10 READ-211.-11 READ-211.-12 READ-211.-13 READ-211.-14 READ-211.-16 READ-211.-17 READ-211.-61 READ-211.-62 READ-211.-64 READ-211.-FY4

Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS) Developmental Reading (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:00 AM-12:15 PM 10:00 AM-12:15 PM 12:30 PM-02:45 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 06:30 PM-08:15 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 03:00 PM-05:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 07:00 PM-09:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MTWThF MTWThF MW TTh MW MTWThF TTh MTWThF TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh TTh TTh

L31 L65 AT202 G8 AT202 L73A E24 L74 E35 L73A L73A E24 L31 L73A SEM2 L28

ACEVEDO AVILA, L83 VERONICA Course Notes (Winter): READ-211.-FY4:This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community-building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY4, READ.DO78.FY4, READ.DO70.FY4, SOC.DO20.FY4 and SOSC.DO97W.FY4 required

****** Real Estate

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

REST 50: Real Estate Principles

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273; Mathematics 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Fundamental principles of real estate: economics, law, working concepts, forms and terminology.

01917

REST-050.-61

Real Estate Principles (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

M

PARK, MIA

ADM119

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REST 51: Real Estate Practices

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Real Estate 50. Course Description: Real estate business practices: procedures, forms and contracts.

01918

REST-051.-61

Real Estate Practices (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

W

MORRIS, RUSSELL

ADM119

REST 53: Real Estate Finance

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Real Estate 50. Course Description: Regulations and procedures for financing real estate: types of lenders; primary and secondary investors; methods and guidelines for qualifying for real property loans.

01919

REST-053.-61

Real Estate Finance (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:20 PM

Th

CASAS, DANIEL

ADM119

****** Russian

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

RUSS 2: Elementary Russian (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Formerly: (Formerly Russian 92.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Russian 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Russian) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 200 and Reading 200 (or Language Arts 200), or English as a Second Language 261, 262 and 263. Course Description: Further development of material presented in Russian 1. Continuation of introduction to the language and culture of Russian Federation. Elementary speaking, listening, reading, and writing of Russian will be continued and practiced within a cultural framework. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture. Language laboratory will be practiced to reinforce pronunciation, grammar, syntax, and simple conversation.

30015

RUSS-002.-61

Elementary Russian (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

CHIRIAEVA, LARISSA

L47

****** Sign Language

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

SIGN 1: Elementary American Sign Language (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Development of and practice in elementary American Sign Language (ASL): preparation for acquiring a visual gestural language; finger spelling; vocabulary; modeling and use of basic grammatical structure. Beginning communication skill with emphasis on comprehension. Basic cultural aspects of deafness; historical and linguistic elements of sign language. Taught primarily in American Sign Language.

01922 01923

SIGN-001.-01 SIGN-001.-61

Elementary American Sign Language (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary American Sign Language (First Quarter) (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh MW

UHRI, TIFFANY RAWSON, DAVID

L47 L47

SIGN 2: Elementary American Sign Language (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Sign Language 1 or equivalent. Course Description: Continuation of elementary American Sign Language (ASL) skills in targeted language functions: finger spelling; vocabulary; modeling and use of grammatical structure. Focus on greater communicative competence. Study of deaf culture and the development and linguistics of American Sign Language. Taught in American Sign Language.

01924 01925

SIGN-002.-01 SIGN-002.-61

Elementary American Sign Language (Second Quarter) (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM Elementary American Sign Language (Second Quarter) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW TTh

RAWSON, DAVID UHRI, TIFFANY

S75 MQ-3

****** Skills

Important Department Information: See other Reading courses under Reading. All TBA classes are individualized, self-paced courses. See SKIL department link for more details.

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CRN

Course

Title

Time

Days

Instructor

Location

SKIL 200: Reading Skills

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for each unit of credit (24 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Skills 200 and 200X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Skills 100 and 100X respectively.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: An individualized program of instruction for students who want to improve their reading skills for academic or workplace environments. Focus on active reading, previewing techniques, textbook reading strategies, basic and critical comprehension, vocabulary in context, textbook reading strategies, and workplace reading, using culturally relevant methods and texts.

30492 SKIL-200.-55 Reading Skills (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA AT303 Course Notes (Winter): SKIL-200.-55: This self-paced course requires a minimum of one hour per week (12 hours total) of work under the direction of an instructor at the Academic Skills Center during the hours posted at http://deanza.edu/studentsuccess Please check in at ATC 302 during the first week of classes.

SKIL 205: Vocabulary Skills

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture-laboratory (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Skills 105.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: An individualized program in vocabulary development designed to improve reading comprehension and the ability to communicate effectively when speaking and writing English through the use of culturally relevant methods and texts.

01927 SKIL-205.-55 Vocabulary Skills (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA AT303 Course Notes (Winter): SKIL-205.-55: This self-paced course requires a minimum of one hour per week (12 hours total) of work under the direction of an instructor at the Academic Skills Center during the hours posted at http://deanza.edu/studentsuccess Please check in at ATC 302 during the first week of classes.

SKIL 210: Basic Mathematic Skills

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture-laboratory (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Skills 110.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: An individualized program of instruction for students who want to improve their basic math skills for academic or workplace environments. Focus on study strategies for learning math and overcoming math anxiety, and addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percentages.

01928 SKIL-210.-55 Basic Mathematic Skills (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA AT303 Course Notes (Winter): SKIL-210.-55: This self-paced course requires a minimum of one hour per week (12 hours total) of work under the direction of an instructor at the Academic Skills Center during the hours posted at http://deanza.edu/studentsuccess Please check in at ATC 302 during the first week of classes.

SKIL 220: Writing Skills

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture-laboratory for each one-half unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Skills 220 and 220X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Skills 120 and 120X respectively.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: A self-paced, individualized program of instruction for students who want to improve their writing skills for academic or workplace environments. Focus on writing process, paragraph development, organization, and editing skills, using culturally relevant methods and texts.

01929 SKIL-220.-55 Writing Skills (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA AT303 Course Notes (Winter): SSKIL-220.-55: This self-paced course requires a minimum of one hour per week (12 hours total) of work under the direction of an instructor at the Academic Skills Center during the hours posted at http://deanza.edu/studentsuccess Please check in at ATC 302 during the first week of classes.

SKIL 221: Spelling Skills

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture-laboratory (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Skills 121.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: An individualized program focusing on basic rules, editing and memory strategies to improve spelling and written communication through culturally relevant methods and texts.

01931 SKIL-221.-55 Spelling Skills (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA AT303 Course Notes (Winter): SKIL-221.-55: This self-paced course requires a minimum of one hour per week (12 hours total) of work under the direction of an instructor at the Academic Skills Center during the hours posted at http://deanza.edu/studentsuccess Please check in at ATC 302 during the first week of classes.

SKIL 222: Grammar Skills

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture-laboratory for each one-half unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Skills 222 and 222X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Skills 122 and 122X respectively.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: A self-paced, individualized program of instruction for students who want to improve their grammar skills for academic or workplace environments. Focus on fundamentals of English grammar, parts of speech, verb tenses, punctuation, sentence boundaries, and editing for sentence correctness using culturally relevant texts and methods.

01932

SKIL-222.-55

Grammar Skills (TBA)

TBA

TBA

ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA

AT303

161 of 175

Course Notes (Winter): SKIL-222.-55: This self-paced course requires a minimum of one hour per week (12 hours total) of work under the direction of an instructor at the Academic Skills Center during the hours posted at http://deanza.edu/studentsuccess Please check in at ATC 302 during the first week of classes.

SKIL 230: Study Skills

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture-laboratory for each one-half unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Skills 230 and 230X may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Skills 130 and 130X respectively.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: A self-paced, individualized program of instruction covering study skills such as time management, textbook reading, note taking, and test taking using culturally relevant methods and texts.

01934 SKIL-230.-55 Study Skills (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA AT303 Course Notes (Winter): SKIL-230.-55: This self-paced course requires a minimum of one hour per week (12 hours total) of work under the direction of an instructor at the Academic Skills Center during the hours posted at http://deanza.edu/studentsuccess Please check in at ATC 302 during the first week of classes.

SKIL 232: Adjunct Study Skills

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture-laboratory (12 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Repeatability: (May be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Skills 132.) || Prerequisites: Co-requisite: Student must be concurrently enrolled in an approved content course. Course Description: Small group collaborative instruction linked to specific content courses and individualized study skills lab modules. Students learn, practice, and apply to targeted courses skills such as time management, textbook reading, note taking, and test taking.

01935 01936 01937 01938 01939 01940

SKIL-232.-42 SKIL-232.-43 SKIL-232.-44 SKIL-232.-45 SKIL-232.-46 SKIL-232.-47

Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA)

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA

AT303 AT303 AT303 AT303 AT303 AT303

01941 SKIL-232.-48 Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA AT303 Course Notes (Winter): SKIL-232.-48: Adjunct Study Skills is limited to students enrolled in courses linked to the program. Offerings are subject to change. Days, times, and enrollment information will be announced in class during the first week of the content course. 01942 01943 01944 01945 01946 01947 SKIL-232.-49 SKIL-232.-50 SKIL-232.-51 SKIL-232.-52 SKIL-232.-53 SKIL-232.-54 Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) Adjunct Study Skills (TBA) TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA ALVES DE LIMA, DIANA AT303 AT303 AT303 AT303 AT303 AT303

****** Sociology

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

SOC 1: Introduction to Sociology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: The sociological approach to the study of human behavior from a variety of perspectives. Explore important concepts in sociology, including culture, social structure, socialization, social institutions, groups, social interaction, social inequality, collective behavior, and social change in human societies.

01952 01953 30907 30403 01957 31017

SOC-001.-01 SOC-001.-02 SOC-001.-03 SOC-001.-04 SOC-001.-06 SOC-001.-07

Introduction to Sociology (CLAS) Introduction to Sociology (CLAS) Introduction to Sociology (CLAS) Introduction to Sociology (CLAS) Introduction to Sociology (CLAS) Introduction to Sociology (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:15 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW TTh MTWTh TTh TTh MW

TAPIA, MARISTELLA TAPIA, MARISTELLA JEUNG, JENSEN BIRAGO, KAMAU FABIAN, RIKA PASION, MARK

L25 L25 L26 L25 L25 FOR1

162 of 175

30482 * SOC-001.-63Z Introduction to Sociology (TBA) TBA TBA PASION, MARK LC107 Course Notes (Winter): SOC -001.-63Z: Online Course. Access to email and the Internet is also required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu /distance/ 30150 * SOC-001.-65Z Introduction to Sociology (TBA) TBA TBA TAPIA, MARISTELLA LC107 Course Notes (Winter): SOC -001.-65Z Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

SOC 15: Basic Statistics and Research Methods in Social and Behavioral Sciences

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Psychology 15. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Psychology 1 or Sociology 1; Mathematics 114 or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Elementary statistics including measures of central tendency, variability, probability, correlation, tests of significance, experimental and quasiexperimental designs.

01959

SOC-015.-01

Basic Statistics and Research Methods in Social and Behavioral 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Sciences (CLAS)

MTWTh

ROSE, MURIELLE

L27

SOC 20: Social Problems

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Exploration of sociological perspectives on contemporary social problems. Examination of the social processes through which issues come to be viewed as social problems and the dynamics through which groups attempt to respond to and solve these problems.

01960

SOC-020.-01

Social Problems (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

BIRAGO, KAMAU

L25 L47

01961 SOC-020.-FY1 Social Problems (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh MYHRE, JENNIFER Course Notes (Winter): SOC-020.-FY1:This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community-building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY1, HUMI.0001.FY1, EWRT.001A.FY1and SOSC.DO97W.FY1 required. 01962 SOC-020.-FY2 Social Problems (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh MYHRE, JENNIFER Course Notes (Winter): SOC-020.-FY2: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community-building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY2, HUMI.0001.FY2, EWRT.001A.FY2 and SOSC.DO97W.FY2 required. 30071 SOC-020.-FY3 Social Problems (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh MYHRE, JENNIFER Course Notes (Winter): SOC-020.-FY3:This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community-building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY3, HUMI.0001.FY3, EWRT.001A.FY3 and SOSC.DO97W.FY3 required.

L47

L47

01963 SOC-020.-FY4 Social Problems (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh MYHRE, JENNIFER L47 Course Notes (Winter): SOC-020.-FY4:This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community-building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in LART.DO78.FY4, READ.O211.FY4 , EWRT.0211.FY4, READ.0070.FY4 and SOSC.DO97W.FY4 required.

SOC 28: Sociology of Women and Men

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Women's Studies 28. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Application of sociological perspectives to an understanding of gender. Focuses on how we come to think and act as men and women and on gender as an organizing principle of social life. Includes investigation of masculinities and femininities, gender socialization, gender inequality, how gender is shaped by race, class, nation and sexuality, and the family, media, education, economics, politics and religion as gendered institutions, from a cross-cultural and global perspective.

30151

SOC-028.-01

Sociology of Women and Men (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWTh

MYHRE, JENNIFER

L25

SOC 35: Marriage, Family, and Intimate Relationships

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: A sociological investigation and analysis of the diversity of family structures and intimate relationships in society. Topics to be explored include the history of the family, gender socialization and inequality, dating, divorce and remarriage, gay and lesbian relationships, the family as an economic unit, communication and conflict resolution, sexuality, interracial relationships, and domestic violence.

01966

SOC-035.-01

Marriage, Family, and Intimate Relationships (CLAS)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWTh

NAVA, STEVE

L75

SOC 73: Crime and Criminology

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Administration of Justice 73. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to major types of crime and criminal behavior, examining demographics and measurement of crime, theories of causation and victimization, crime prevention and crime control.

31134

SOC-073.-01

Crime and Criminology (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

T

STAFF, M

L65

163 of 175

****** Social Science

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

SOSC 15: Grassroots Democracy: Race, Politics and the American Promise

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Political Science 15 and Women's Studies 15. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Social Science 53.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Applied and theoretical study for students of social justice, this course will examine race, culture and contradictions in the ideal of the American Dream through a comparative analysis of American experiences of migration. Particular emphasis will be on the historical experiences of European immigrants, African Americans, Mexican Americans, and Asian Americans. The course will also discuss the contemporary social and cultural implications of the migration process. Using a multidisciplinary social science approach, attention will be given to issues of race, ethnicity, gender, and class, as well as the role of the state (policy) to the process of immigration.

01967

SOSC-015.-01

Grassroots Democracy: Race, Politics and the American Promise (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

MW

CRAIN, CRYSTALLEE

ADM101

SOSC 17: Grassroots Democracy: Leadership and Power

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $5.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Political Science 17 and Women's Studies 17. Students may enroll in only one department for credit.) || Formerly: (Formerly Social Science 52.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Applied and theoretical learning for students of social justice, this course is a multidisciplinary exploration of social change and popular democratic action with a focus on the meaning and development of political power in modern democracies. Topics to be explored include: institutional and mass forums for civic engagement, leadership development, mass recruitment and mobilization, consciousness development, democratic ethics, and strategic and tactical action.

30904

SOSC-017.-01

Grassroots Democracy: Leadership and Power (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:15 PM

TTh

KAUFMAN, CYNTHIA

L72

SOSC 77Z: Special Projects in Social Sciences

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Social Sciences 77, 77W, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual special reading, writing or study projects in such disciplines as political science, sociology, history, philosophy, or psychology.

01973 SOSC-077Z-65R Special Projects in Social Sciences (TBA) TBA TBA Course Notes (Winter): SOSC-077Z-65R: Students need to make prior arrangements with an instructor before signing up for this class.

YUEN, NICHOLAS

TBA

SOSC 80X: Community Based Learning in Social Sciences

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Social Sciences 80, 80W, 80X, 80Y and 80Z may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Practical work with a community, business or civic institution and reflection on that activity.

30725

SOSC-080X-57

Community Based Learning in Social Sciences (TBA)

TBA

TBA

KAUFMAN, CYNTHIA

TBA

SOSC 80Z: Community Based Learning in Social Sciences

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Social Sciences 80, 80W, 80X, 80Y and 80Z may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Practical work with a community, business or civic institution and reflection on that activity.

30574 30726

SOSC-080Z-55 SOSC-080Z-56

Community Based Learning in Social Sciences (TBA) Community Based Learning in Social Sciences (CLAS)

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

YUEN, NICHOLAS KAUFMAN, CYNTHIA

TBA TBA

SOSC 97W: Topics in Social Sciences

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Social Sciences 97W, 97X, 97Y and 97Z may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Topics in the social sciences that deal with one or more of the political, sociological, legal, cultural, psychological, historical, and/or economic aspects of our contemporary world.

01978 SOSC-097W-FY1 Topics in Social Sciences (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM M MYHRE, JENNIFER Course Notes (Winter): SOSC-097W.FY1: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in EWRT.DOIA.FY1, LART.DO78.FY1, SOSC.D79W.FY1 and SOC.D020.FY1. 01979 SOSC-097W-FY2 Topics in Social Sciences (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM W MYHRE, JENNIFER

S11

L43

164 of 175

Course Notes (Winter): SOSC-097W.FY2: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 864-8731 or for more information email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in EWRT.DOIA.FY2, LART.DO78.FY2, HUMI.DOO1.FY2, and SOC.D020.FY2. 30072 SOSC-097W-FY3 Topics in Social Sciences (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM T MYHRE, JENNIFER Course Notes (Winter): SOSC-097W-FY3: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or for more information email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in EWRT.DOIA.FY3, LART.DO78.FY3, SOC.D020.FY3 AND HUMI.DOO1.FY3 required. S11

01980 SOSC-097W-FY4 Topics in Social Sciences (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Th MYHRE, JENNIFER S11 Course Notes (Winter): SOSC-097W-FY4: This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. Contact Patricia Guitron at 408-864-8731 or for more information email: [email protected] . Concurrent enrollment in EWRT.D211.FY4, LART.DO78.FY4, READ.D211.FY4, READ.D070.FY4, SOC.D020.FY4 and SOSC.D97W.FY4 required.

****** Spanish

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

SPAN 1: Elementary Spanish (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to the language and cultures of Spanish-speaking world areas. Speaking, listening, reading and writing language skills at the first level of elementary Spanish are developed within the framework of language as a fundamental expression of culture. Spanish is the primary language of instruction. Language laboratory practice and/or assignments, at home and/or in the language lab, are an integral part of instruction supporting the development of language skills in the areas of pronunciation, structure, syntax, and oral communication.

01981 01982

SPAN-001.-01 SPAN-001.-02

Elementary Spanish (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Spanish (First Quarter) (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF MTWThF

GRACIA, JORGE LIZARDI-FOLLEY, CARMEN LIZARDI-FOLLEY, CARMEN VALENCIA-BOSTIC, D RAMOS, CARMEN VALENCIA-BOSTIC, D RAMOS, CARMEN

MCC-13 L65

01983

SPAN-001.-03

Elementary Spanish (First Quarter) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

L62

01984 01985 01986 01987

SPAN-001.-04 SPAN-001.-05 SPAN-001.-61 SPAN-001.-62

Elementary Spanish (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Spanish (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Spanish (First Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Spanish (First Quarter) (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM 03:30 PM-05:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW TTh MW TTh

L32 G2 L64 G6

SPAN 2: Elementary Spanish (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Spanish 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Spanish) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Development of elementary language skills for oral and written communication using language structures and functions targeted for the second level of elementary Spanish. Spanish is the primary language of instruction. Speaking, listening, reading and writing skills at the second level of elementary Spanish will be developed within the framework of language as a fundamental expression of culture, with continued presentation of the cultures of Spanish-speaking world areas. Language laboratory practice and/or assignments at home and/or in the language lab, are an integral part of instruction supporting the development of language skills in the areas of pronunciation, structure, syntax, and oral communication.

01990 01992 30556 01994

SPAN-002.-02 SPAN-002.-04 SPAN-002.-05 SPAN-002.-61

Elementary Spanish (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Spanish (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Spanish (Second Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Spanish (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF TTh MW MW

GRACIA, JORGE TOLENTINO, ANA STAFF, M GRACIA, JORGE

G2 L64 L63 G2

SPAN 3: Elementary Spanish (Third Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Spanish 2 (equivalent to two years of high school Spanish) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Development of elementary language skills for oral and written communication using language structures and functions targeted for the third level of elementary Spanish. Spanish is the working language. Focus is on greater structural accuracy and communicative competence within the framework of language as a fundamental aspect of culture. Language laboratory practice and/or assignments at home and/or in the language lab are an integral part of instruction, supporting the development of language skills in the areas of pronunciation, structure, syntax and oral communication.

01996 01997

SPAN-003.-01 SPAN-003.-61

Elementary Spanish (Third Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Spanish (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MTWThF MW

GRACIA, JORGE LISTER, SUSAN

G2 MCC-13

165 of 175

SPAN 4: Intermediate Spanish (First Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Spanish 3 (equivalent to three years of high school Spanish) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, culture, history and geography of the Spanish-speaking world. Review and expansion of the structures, grammatical features and linguistic functions of Elementary Spanish. Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the first intermediate level within the framework of language as a fundamental expression of culture.

01998

SPAN-004.-01

Intermediate Spanish (First Quarter) (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

LIZARDI-FOLLEY, CARMEN MANCILLA, JEFFREY

L62

01999

SPAN-004.-61

Intermediate Spanish (First Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

S57

SPAN 5: Intermediate Spanish (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Spanish 4 (equivalent to four years of high school Spanish) or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, culture, history and geography of the Spanish-speaking world. Review and expansion of the structures, grammatical features and linguistic functions of Spanish 4. Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the second intermediate level within the framework of language as a fundamental expression of culture.

02000

SPAN-005.-01

Intermediate Spanish (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

LIZARDI-FOLLEY, CARMEN MANCILLA, JEFFREY

L62

02001

SPAN-005.-61

Intermediate Spanish (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

S57

SPAN 6: Intermediate Spanish (Third Quarter)

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Spanish 5 or equivalent. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Reading and discussion of texts dealing with the literature, arts, culture, history and geography of the Spanish-speaking world. Review and expansion of the structures, grammatical features and linguistic functions of Spanish 5. Development of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at the third intermediate level within the framework of language as a fundamental expression of culture.

02002

SPAN-006.-01

Intermediate Spanish (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

LIZARDI-FOLLEY, CARMEN MANCILLA, JEFFREY

L62

02003

SPAN-006.-61

Intermediate Spanish (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

S57

SPAN 110B: Elementary Spanish for the Health Professions (Second Quarter)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Prerequisites: Advisory: Spanish 110A. Course Description: Continued development and practice of elementary Spanish language skills useful to the health professional whose work entails communication situations with Spanish speakers. Linguistic functions and lexicon are targeted to these professional needs. Spanish is the working language of instruction, with emphasis on the further development of listening and speaking skills. Consideration given to a number of linguistic and geographical aspects of Spanish-speaking cultures relevant to the work of health professionals.

02004

# SPAN-110B-61F Elementary Spanish for the Health Professions (Second Quarter) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM Th LISTER, SUSAN (CLAS) Course Notes (Winter): SPAN-110B-61F: Class meets at El Camino Hospital, 2500 Grant Rd., Mountain View. Class meeting located in the Park Pavilion building-Room N.

ELCAM

****** Speech/Communication

Important Department Information: Some courses in this department have recommended competencies. These are determined by placement tests. Students who have not taken placement tests or who are unsure of their scores should contact the Testing Office at (408) 864 8717.

CRN

Course

Title

Time

Days

Instructor

Location

SPCH 1: Public Speaking

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Theory and techniques of public speaking in a democratic society. An introduction to a variety of perspectives and approaches used to research, organize, deliver, and evaluate public presentations.

02005

SPCH-001.-01

Public Speaking (CLAS)

07:30 AM-09:20 AM

TTh

YOUNG, TERESA

L43

166 of 175

02006 30145 02008 30147 02010 02011 02012 02013 02015 02017

SPCH-001.-02 SPCH-001.-03 SPCH-001.-04 SPCH-001.-05 SPCH-001.-06 SPCH-001.-07 SPCH-001.-08 SPCH-001.-09 SPCH-001.-10 SPCH-001.-11

Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 07:30 AM-09:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-01:20 PM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM

MTWTh MW MTWTh MTWTh TTh MTWTh W MTWTh MW TTh

SAKAKIHARA, JOEL CNUDDE, ROXANNE SAKAKIHARA, JOEL STASIO, DONNA HONG, RUSSELL STASIO, DONNA HINERMAN, STEPHEN STASIO, DONNA KAUR, SHAGUNDEEP MCDONNELL, PATRICK

L45 L43 L45 L48 L45 L48 L45 L48 L43 KC112

02018 * SPCH-001.-12Y Public Speaking (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW KAUR, SHAGUNDEEP L43 Course Notes (Winter): SPCHD001-.12Y : This is a hybrid course with coursework done online and REQUIRED on-campus presentations. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. MANDATORY orientation on 1/9 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. in classroom indicated above. If you have questions, please contact Shagun Kaur at [email protected] 408.864.8381 02020 02021 02022 02023 02024 02025 02026 30146 02027 31125 31126 02029 02028 02031 02032 02033 02034 SPCH-001.-13 SPCH-001.-14 SPCH-001.-15 SPCH-001.-16 SPCH-001.-17 SPCH-001.-18L SPCH-001.-19L SPCH-001.-20 SPCH-001.-21 SPCH-001.-22 SPCH-001.-23 SPCH-001.-62 SPCH-001.-63 SPCH-001.-64 SPCH-001.-65 SPCH-001.-66 SPCH-001.-67 Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) Public Speaking (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 09:30 AM-01:20 PM 09:30 AM-01:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 08:30 AM-10:20 AM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 04:30 PM-06:20 PM 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:30 PM-10:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM TTh MW MW TTh TTh S F MW MW MW MW MW TTh TTh TTh M W HONG, RUSSELL LEE, PETER AHERN, JAMES MCDONNELL, PATRICK ISACSON, KARL GAINER, BRANDON CANO, ROYCE LEE, PETER AVERA, JOSHUA GAINER, BRANDON PAYNE, JANELL AHERN, JAMES ISACSON, KARL WOODS, MATTHEW WOODS, MATTHEW POZZI, DANA CANO, ROYCE L48 S57 L43 L45 L43 L49 L49 S57 L65 CHC S32 L43 L43 L45 L45 L43 L43

SPCH 7: Intercultural Communication

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $3.00 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Intercultural Studies 7. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: Study of intercultural communication in domestic and global contexts. Examines how differing cultures, languages, and social patterns influence the way members of groups relate among themselves and with members of other ethnic and cultural groups. Emphasizes development of interpersonal skills for communicating effectively across cultures and encourages appreciation of diverse cultural voices.

02037 02038

SPCH-007.-01 SPCH-007.-02

Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW TTh

GUEVARA, JORGE ABRICA-CARRASCO, RUBEN KHANNA, ANURADHA CHANG, MICHAEL FAVELA, LARISSA

MCC-12 G6

02039 02040 31191

SPCH-007.-03 SPCH-007.-04 SPCH-007.-05

Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM

MW MW TTh

G6 MCC-13 MCC-13

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02042 31020 02044 02045

SPCH-007.-06 SPCH-007.-07 SPCH-007.-61 SPCH-007.-62

Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS) Intercultural Communication (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM 06:30 PM-10:20 PM

TTh MW T W

FAN, HELEN GUEVARA, JORGE CHOI, SOO FRANKS, JOEL

MCC-13 G6 MCC-12 MCC-12

02046 * SPCH-007.-63Z Intercultural Communication (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Th MC NULTY, MARGARET MCC-13 Course Notes (Winter): ICS -007.-63Z: On-line course with 6 on-campus meetings for face-to-face interaction. Meets on campus every other week, Thursdays, 1/12, 1/26, 2/9, 2/23, 3/8, 3/22, 6:30?9:20 PM. in room MCC-13. Students need access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Great way to get comfortable with online learning (website navigation reviews as needed when we meet on campus). More Information available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/Information

SPCH 8: Argumentation and Critical Inquiry in Oral Communication

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A; Speech Communication 1 or 10. Course Description: Prepare students to confidently, responsibly, and effectively engage in public and private discourse. Practice in the principles of critical inquiry, advocacy, and debate including analysis of propositions, research and testing evidence, advancing reasoned positions, and defending and refuting claims.

02047

SPCH-008.-01

Argumentation and Critical Inquiry in Oral Communication (CLAS) Argumentation and Critical Inquiry in Oral Communication (CLAS)

09:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

KRAMER, ALEXANDER

L43

02048

SPCH-008.-02

11:30 AM-01:20 PM

TTh

KRAMER, ALEXANDER

L43

SPCH 9: Argumentation: Analysis of Oral and Written Communication

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: English Writing 1A. Advisory: Speech 1 or 10. Course Description: Study of argumentation and critical thinking in the context of reading, discussion, and writing. Argumentation is studied as a mode of discourse aimed at critically testing the acceptability of a point of view through the use of inquiry, reasoning, and discussion with the goal of establishing reasonable and defensible arguments while addressing differences of opinion and working towards resolution.

02051

SPCH-009.-01

Argumentation: Analysis of Oral and Written Communication (CLAS)

09:30 AM-11:45 AM

MW

KRAMER, ALEXANDER

L49

SPCH 10: Fundamentals of Oral Communication

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5. Course Description: An introduction to the basic principles and methods of oral communication with emphasis on improving speaking and listening skills in the multicultural contexts of interpersonal, small group, and public communication.

02053

SPCH-010.-01

Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS)

07:30 AM-09:20 AM

MW

CUNNINGHAM, CHERAKAH HAMILTON, DAVID TEDFORD, KRISTIN LEE, MARIE LEE, MARIE TEDFORD, KRISTIN KAUR, SHAGUNDEEP HONG, RUSSELL LEE, MARIE LEE, MARIE KAUR, SHAGUNDEEP

L49

02054 02055 02056 02057 02058 02059 02060 02061 02062 02063

SPCH-010.-02 SPCH-010.-03 SPCH-010.-04 SPCH-010.-05 SPCH-010.-06 SPCH-010.-07 SPCH-010.-08 SPCH-010.-09 SPCH-010.-10 SPCH-010.-11

Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 12:30 PM-02:20 PM

MTWTh TTh MW TTh TTh TTh MW MW TTh TTh

L48 KC112 L48 L48 L45 L49 L45 L48 L48 L49 L49

02064 + SPCH-010.-12D Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh ABRAHAMS, MATTHEW Course Notes (Winter): SPCH-010.-12D: Learning Community Course: Requires concurrent enrollment in PSYC001.08D. www.deanza.edu/linc 02065 SPCH-010.-13 Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh GRAY, JOYCE

G4

02066 + SPCH-010.-14D Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM M ABRAHAMS, MATTHEW L45 Course Notes (Winter): SPCH-010.-14D: Learning Community Course: Requires concurrent enrollment in BIOL-011.02D. www.deanza.edu/linc If you have questions, please contact Matt Abrahams at [email protected] or 408.864.8534 02067 SPCH-010.-15 Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh HOLLER, MICHAEL G6

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02068 02069 30189 02073 02071

SPCH-010.-16 SPCH-010.-17 SPCH-010.-63 SPCH-010.-64 SPCH-010.-65

Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS) Fundamentals of Oral Communication (CLAS)

04:30 PM-06:20 PM 04:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-08:20 PM 08:30 PM-10:20 PM 05:30 PM-07:20 PM

MW MW MW MW TTh

HONG, RUSSELL LEE, MARIE STAFF, M STAFF, M GRAY, JOYCE

L45 L48 L48 L48 L48

SPCH 15: Critical Decision-Making in Groups

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Speech 1 or 10. Course Description: Study in communication and critical decision making in the context of effective group problem solving with an emphasis on principles of evidence, logic, and reasoning. Application of group discussion and management concepts along with methods of problem solving to understanding different points of view in an increasingly diverse and interconnected global society.

02076

SPCH-015.-01

Critical Decision-Making in Groups (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM

TTh

HAMILTON, DAVID

L49

30539 ^ SPCH-015.-02S Critical Decision-Making in Groups (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW STASIO, DONNA L49 Course Notes (Winter): SPCH-015.-02S: "This class will practice facilitation skills. It engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. Students will prepare to facilitate the Partners in Learning conference (a one-day event held late in the quarter). This is a great leadership opportunity. Please contact Donna Stasio at [email protected] for more information and to enroll." 02078 SPCH-015.-61 Critical Decision-Making in Groups (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM TTh WILLIAMS, KAREN L45

SPCH 16: Interpersonal Communication

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.50 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 1A or English as a Second Language 5; Speech 1 or 10. Course Description: Study of interpersonal communication principles with an emphasis on developing the self concept through listening, verbal and nonverbal communication, language and cultural knowledge as a means maintaining effective relationships in an increasingly diverse and interconnected global society.

02079

SPCH-016.-01

Interpersonal Communication (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

HONG, RUSSELL

L43

SPCH 77X: Special Individual Projects in Speech Communication

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Speech Communication 77, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 15 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Speech 40, 40X, 40Y and 40Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Specific projects related to the topic of speech communication.

02080

SPCH-077X-65R Special Individual Projects in Speech Communication (LAB)

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

TBA

SPCH 77Y: Special Individual Projects in Speech Communication

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Speech Communication 77, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 15 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Speech 40, 40X, 40Y and 40Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Specific projects related to the topic of speech communication.

31038

SPCH-077Y-65R Special Individual Projects in Speech Communication (LAB)

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

TBA

SPCH 77Z: Special Individual Projects in Speech Communication

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Speech Communication 77, 77X, 77Y and 77Z may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 15 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Speech 40, 40X, 40Y and 40Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Specific projects related to the topic of speech communication.

02081

SPCH-077Z-65R Special Individual Projects in Speech Communication (LAB)

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

TBA

SPCH 78X: Special Topics in Speech Communication

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Speech Communication 78W, 78X, 78Y and 78Z may be taken up six times for credit, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Speech 35W, 35X, 35Y and 35Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273.

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Course Description: Examination of selected topics relating to the Speech Communication discipline. Subject matter will vary. Some courses may involve a Service Learning component.

31039

SPCH-078X-65R Special Topics in Speech Communication (CLAS)

TBA

TBA

ABRAHAMS, MATTHEW

TBA

SPCH 78Y: Special Topics in Speech Communication

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Speech Communication 78W, 78X, 78Y and 78Z may be taken up six times for credit, not to exceed 18 units, as long as the topics are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Speech 35W, 35X, 35Y and 35Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Examination of selected topics relating to the Speech Communication discipline. Subject matter will vary. Some courses may involve a Service Learning component.

31041

SPCH-078Y-55

Special Topics in Speech Communication (CLAS)

04:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW

KRAMER, ALEXANDER

L73

SPCH 79Z: Special Group Projects in Speech Communication

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Speech Communication 79, 79X, 79Y and 79Z may be taken up to six times for credit, not to exceed 15 units, as long as the projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Speech 47, 47X, 47Y and 47Z respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Specific projects related to the topic of speech communication.

31043

SPCH-079Z-65R Special Group Projects in Speech Communication (TBA)

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

TBA

****** Special Education

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

SPED 226X: Work Adjustment

Unit(s): 8 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Special Education 226, 226S-Z are repeatable as needed to meet Student Educational Contract (Title V, section 56029c).) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Development of essential work-related attitudes, behaviors, interpersonal skills, and work skills of adults with disabilities; individualized instruction and training to meet the skill level of each student in the support of the objectives identified in the Student Educational Contract.

30932

# Work Adjustment (LAB) SPED-226X-01F # Work Adjustment (LAB) SPED-226X-02F # Work Adjustment (LAB) SPED-226X-02F

10:00 AM-02:30 PM

MTWThF

KOVACH-LONG, SANDRA

HOPE

30933 30933

10:00 AM-02:30 PM 10:00 AM-02:30 PM

MTWTh F

MAGNIN, CHRISTINE SULLIVAN, DANIEL

HOPE HOPE

SPED 226Z: Work Adjustment

Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Special Education 226, 226S-Z are repeatable as needed to meet Student Educational Contract (Title V, section 56029c).) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Development of essential work-related attitudes, behaviors, interpersonal skills, and work skills of adults with disabilities; individualized instruction and training to meet the skill level of each student in the support of the objectives identified in the Student Educational Contract.

02087 02087 02088 02088

# SPED-226Z-01F Work Adjustment (LAB) # SPED-226Z-01F Work Adjustment (LAB) # SPED-226Z-02F Work Adjustment (LAB) # SPED-226Z-02F Work Adjustment (LAB)

08:30 AM-02:20 PM 08:30 AM-02:20 PM 08:30 AM-02:20 PM 08:30 AM-02:20 PM

MTWTh F MTWTh F

KOVACH-LONG, SANDRA KOVACH-LONG, SANDRA MAGNIN, CHRISTINE SULLIVAN, DANIEL

HOPE HOPE HOPE HOPE

SPED 227U: Vocational Training

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Special Education 227, 227S-Z are repeatable as needed to meet Student Educational Contract (Title V, section 56029c).) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Intensive work skill training to increase independence of adults with disabilities, individualized instruction and training to meet the skill level of each student in support of the objectives identified in the Student Educational Contract.

30935

# Vocational Training (LAB) SPED-227U-01F

08:30 AM-01:30 PM

MTW

SHEIRICH, MONICA

HOPE

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SPED 227X: Vocational Training

Unit(s): 8 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Special Education 227, 227S-Z are repeatable as needed to meet Student Educational Contract (Title V, section 56029c).) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Intensive work skill training to increase independence of adults with disabilities, individualized instruction and training to meet the skill level of each student in support of the objectives identified in the Student Educational Contract.

30936

# Vocational Training (LAB) SPED-227X-01F

10:00 AM-02:30 PM

MTWThF

SHEIRICH, MONICA

HOPE

SPED 227Z: Vocational Training

Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of Special Education 227, 227S-Z are repeatable as needed to meet Student Educational Contract (Title V, section 56029c).) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Intensive work skill training to increase independence of adults with disabilities, individualized instruction and training to meet the skill level of each student in support of the objectives identified in the Student Educational Contract.

02091 02091

# SPED-227Z-01F Vocational Training (LAB) # SPED-227Z-01F Vocational Training (LAB)

08:30 AM-02:20 PM 08:30 AM-02:20 PM

MTWTh F

SHEIRICH, MONICA SHEIRICH, MONICA

HOPE HOPE

SPED 240: Technology Access Evaluation for Special Needs Students

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5, section 56029).) || Formerly: (Formerly Special Education 140.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Computer and technology access evaluation for students with physical disabilities, sensory impairments and/or learning disabilities. Appropriate access requirements will be individually determined in order to enable students to utilize computer technology.

31196

SPED-240.-55

Technology Access Evaluation for Special Needs Students (CLAS)

TBA

TBA

CHENOWETH, WAYNE

AT203

SPED 245: Technology Access for Special Needs Students (Windows)

Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $1.00 || Repeatability: (Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5, section 56029).) || Formerly: (Formerly Special Education 145.) || Prerequisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Course Description: Development of basic skills in the use of computer access technologies to enhance the disabled student's ability to access and use microcomputer technology.

30518

SPED-245.-01

Technology Access for Special Needs Students (Windows) (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

TTh

CHENOWETH, WAYNE

AT205

SPED 290X: Technology Access Practice for Special Needs Students

Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of 290X and 290Y may be repeated as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5, section 56029).) || Formerly: (Formerly Special Education 190X and 190Y respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Special Education 240 or consent of instructor. Course Description: Individualized development of skills in the analysis and use of assistive technology in an adapted microcomputer laboratory.

30516

SPED-290X-55

Technology Access Practice for Special Needs Students (TBA)

TBA

TBA

CHENOWETH, WAYNE

AT203

SPED 290Y: Technology Access Practice for Special Needs Students

Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || Repeatability: (Any combination of 290X and 290Y may be repeated as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5, section 56029).) || Formerly: (Formerly Special Education 190X and 190Y respectively.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Special Education 240 or consent of instructor. Course Description: Individualized development of skills in the analysis and use of assistive technology in an adapted microcomputer laboratory.

30517

SPED-290Y-55

Technology Access Practice for Special Needs Students (TBA)

TBA

TBA

CHENOWETH, WAYNE

AT203

****** Theatre Arts

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

THEA 1: Appreciation of Theatre

Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Prerequisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a

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Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to theatre from an audience perspective. Study of elements of dramatic art form and play production, including dramatic theory, language, space, plot, characterization, technical theatre, acting, directing, playwriting, design, and the relationship with other art forms. Includes drama written from diverse cultural and historical perspectives. Attendance at assigned performances required.

02098 02099

THEA-001.-01 THEA-001.-02

Appreciation of Theatre (CLAS) Appreciation of Theatre (CLAS)

09:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh MW

STIMSON, ELIZABETH GUTMANN, TODD

G3 G3

THEA 20A: Theory and Technique of Acting (Introduction)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Theatre Arts 20A, 20B and 20C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: Basic theory and techniques of acting. An examination of the actor's range of choices within the framework of scenarios and improvisation. A beginning analysis of acting styles and methods from diverse cultural and historical perspectives.

02100

THEA-020A-01

Theory and Technique of Acting (Introduction) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-02:20 PM

TTh

STIMSON, ELIZABETH

G3

THEA 20B: Theory and Technique of Acting (Modern Period)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Theatre Arts 20A, 20B and 20C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Theatre Arts 20A. Course Description: A continued study of the acting process, including extensive participation in the performance of contemporary dramatic scripts from diverse theatre traditions.

02102

THEA-020B-01

Theory and Technique of Acting (Modern Period) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-02:20 PM

TTh

STIMSON, ELIZABETH

G3

THEA 20C: Theory and Technique of Acting (Classic Period)

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $4.00 || Repeatability: (Any combination of Theatre Arts 20A, 20B and 20C may be taken up to six times for credit for the family of courses.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Theatre Arts 20A. Advisory: Theatre Arts 20B. Course Description: A continuation of acting study including extensive participation in the performance of selected scenes from classic period plays of diverse theatre traditions.

02104

THEA-020C-01

Theory and Technique of Acting (Classic Period) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-02:20 PM

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STIMSON, ELIZABETH

G3

THEA 80A: Theory and Technique of Acting for the Camera

Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Film/Television 80A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || Repeatability: (Any combination of Film/Television 80A and Theatre Arts 80A may be taken two times for credit as long as the topics/projects are different each time.) || Formerly: (Formerly Theatre Arts 86A.) || Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Theatre Arts 20A. Advisory: English Writing 211 and Reading 211 (or Language Arts 211), or English as a Second Language 272 and 273. Course Description: The basic fundamentals of acting for the camera are explored. Exercises, demonstrations and improvisations are used to practice the techniques of acting. Scenes are rehearsed, taped and critiqued.

02106 THEA-080A-61 Theory and Technique of Acting for the Camera (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM Course Notes (Winter): THEA-080A-61: Only offered in Winter Quarter. Also listed as F/TV-080A-61.

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SCHWARTZ, NEIL

G3

****** Technical Writing

CRN Course Title Time Days Instructor Location

TWRT 61: Introduction to Technical Writing

Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || Materials Fee: $2.50 || Also Listed As: (Also listed as Business 61 and English Writing 61. Students may enroll in only one