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Table of Contents

Summer and Fall Academic Calendar Welcome to Evergreen Valley College How to Read a Class Schedule How to Become an EVC Student About Financial Aid Placement Testing Orientation Parking Information Application for Admission To Get Financial Aid, Just Follow the Dots Online and Phone Registration Fee Worksheets How to Buy Your Books How to Find Your Class Summer Courses Fall Courses Math Course Prerequisites About Special Programs Special Programs Courses Associate Degree and Certificate Offerings General Education Requirements for CSU General Education Requirements for UC (IGETC) California Articulation Number System (CAN) Student Services and Resources District Policy Contact Numbers and Hours of Operation Off-campus Sites 2 4 5 6 8 8 9 12 17 21 22 25 26 27 28 46 88 104 107 116 117 118 119 121 123 126 128

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2008 Summer/Fall Registration Dates

April 14 (Monday) April 21 (Monday) April 24 (Thursday) May 8 (Thursday) 2008-09 BOG Fee Waiver Applications Available Registration begins for EOP&S, DSP, and eligible Veterans Registration begins for Continuing students, Athletes and Honors Students Registration begins for new and returning students

Summer

June 16 (Monday) June 19 (Thursday) June 24 (Tuesday) SUMMER SESSION BEGINS LAST DAY TO DROP Summer classes for a refund of eligible fees Completed optional Credit/No Credit form due in the Office of Admissions and Records LAST DAY TO DROP Summer classes without receiving a "W" on record LAST DAY TO APPLY for a refund of enrollment fees if classes were dropped on or before June 19, 2008 July 4 (Friday) July 15 (Tuesday) July 25 (Friday) July 31 Holiday: Independence Day, Campus closed LAST DAY TO DROP a Summer class and receive a "W" on record ­ 75% of term SUMMER SESSION ENDS Grades Posted

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Fall 2008 Dates

September 1 (Monday) September 2 (Tuesday) September 6 (Saturday) September 12 (Friday) September 12 (Friday) September 12 (Friday) Labor Day, Campus closed REGUlAR SEMESTER BEGINS Weekend classes begin; EVC Distance Education Program Orientation LAST DAY TO SuBMIT Credit/No Credit Option forms in the Office of Admissions and Records LAST DAY TO ADD via STAReg using Add Codes from instructors regular semester classes LAST DAY TO ADD regular semester classes (Last day to add classes by phone (STAReg) using Add Codes from instructors 9/14) Census Day LAST DAY TO DROP a class without a "W" on record (Last day to drop without a "W" online or by phone 9/28) LAST DAY TO APPLY for a refund of enrollment fees if classes were dropped on or before September 14 November 6 (Thursday) November 10 (Monday) November 21 (Friday) November 27-30 December 12 (Friday) December 18 (Thursday) January 12 (Monday) First Day withdraw from all classes without having to return Financial Aid Funds Veteran's Day, campus closed LAST DAY TO DROP a class and RECEIVE a "W" on record- 75% of term Thanksgiving Holiday- no classes held English final exams ­ no regular DAY classes meet. Friday evening classes will meet as scheduled. END OF FALL 2008 SEMESTER FALL 2008 grades available by calling STAReg 408.223.0300 or online at http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org

September 15 (Monday) September 26 (Friday)

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Welcome to Evergreen Valley College

We're excited to welcome you to Evergreen Valley College and to our dedicated family of faculty, staff and students. We are all committed to your success, regardless of your educational goal. Your unique life experiences, cultural background, and desire to create a better life for you and your family inspire and motivate us to be your champions in this endeavor.

WElCOME

Es con gran alegría que les damos la bienvenida a Evergreen Valley College y a nuestra

dedicada familia de personal, maestros y estudiantes. Todos estamos comprometidos con su éxito, sin importar cuál sea su meta educativa. Las experiencias de vida, antecedentes de ustedes posee, nos inspiran y motivan para luchar con ustedes en este esfuerzo. culturales y los deseos de crear una vida mejor para ustedes y sus familias, que cada uno

Chúng tôi hân hoan chào m ng quý v n v i Tr ng i H c Evergreen Valley và chào m ng gia ình các nhân viên, gi ng viên và sinh viên ã có lòng n th m. T t c chúng tôi n l c h t mình vi s thành công c a quý v , cho dù m c tiêu h c t p c a quý v là gì. Nh ng kinh nghi m s ng cá nhân, n n t ng v n hóa c a quý v , và khát v ng t o ra m t cu c s ng t t p h n cho b n thân và gia ình là ngu n c m h ng và ng l c ê chúng tôi h ng d n quý v trong n l c này.

David Wain Coon, EDD President

Trên trang web, các tài li u l u hành và trong khuôn viên tr ng c a chúng tôi, quý v s th y m t t p th sinh viên a d ng v c di s n v n hóa l n trình h c v n và tu i tác. Kuni Hay Chúng tôi có các sinh viên v a tôt nghiêp trung h c ang t p trung vào các tín ch chuy n Vice President Academic Affairs giai o n; các sinh viên t i ch c theo h c nh ng ngành m i; các bà m i làm ang n l c hoàn thi n tay ngh trong lúc khuy n khích con cái h làm theo. Chúng tôi t hào chào ón t t c moi ng i n v i EVC.

Qu n i H c C ng ng San Jose/Evergreen không phân bi t i x vê nhóm s c t c, ch ng t c, tôn giáo, màu da, gi i tính, xu t x qu c t ch, tu i tác, khi m khuy t th ch t ho c tinh th n, tình tr ng hôn nhân, t cách C u Chiên Binh, nh h ng gi i tính, quan h t ch c, ho c t t ng chính tr . Các k n ng Ti ng Anh h n ch s không là rào c n i v i vi c c nh n vào, ho c tham gia vào các ch ng trình giáo d c h ng nghi p. SJECCD tuân th i u IX c a Tu Chánh Án Giáo D c n m 1972, i u VII c a o Lu t Dân Quy n n m 1964 ã s a i, M c 504 c a o Lu t Ph c H i n m 1973, và o Lu t Công Dân Hoa K Khuy t T t n m 1990. N u chính sách c a qu n này, tr khi c quy ch c bi t mi n tr , m i khóa h c, t ng ph n c a khóa h c, ho c l p h c, s hi n di n trung bình hang ngay c báo cáo nh n h tr t ti u bang, dù c qu n cung c p và duy trì âu i n a, s c áp d ng y trong vi c ghi danh và tham gia c a b t k cá nhân nào khi h c nh n vào h c và khi h ap ng các i u ki n tiên quy t c t ra theo i u V c a Lu t Hành Chính Ti u Bang California, m âu v i Muc 58100.

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Welcome from Associated Students of EVC

On our website, in communication materials, and on campus, you will see a student body as diverse in cultural heritage as in educational levels and ages. We have students just out of high school focusing on transfer credits; mid-career students studying for new vocations; and working mothers struggling to improve their skills, as they encourage their children to do the same. We are proud to welcome each and every one of them to EVC.

WElCOME

En nuestro sitio Web, en nuestros materiales de comunicación y en nuestro campus, verán la Chúng tôi hân hoancuerpo estudiantil, en n v i Tr su herencia cultural, sus niveles educativos gran diversidad del chào m ng quý v cuanto a ng i H c Evergreen Valley và chào m ng gia ình các nhân viên, gi ng viên và sinh viên ã có lòng n th m. T t c chúng y sus edades. Tenemos estudiantes recién graduados de la escuela secundaria que se dedican tôi n l c h t mình vi s thành công c a quý v , cho dù m c tiêu h c t p c a quý v là gì. a prepararse para m ng cá universitario; v n hóa c a plena và khát v exploran nuevas Nh ng kinh nghi unas carrera nhân, n n t ngestudiantes enquý v ,carrera queng t o ra m t cu c s ng t y madres trabajadoras que luchan por mejorar sus h ng và ng l c ê impulsan vocaciones, t p h n cho b n thân và gia ình là ngu n c m habilidades mientras chúng tôi h ng d n quý v trong n l c này. a sus hijos a esforzarse también. Nos enorgullece darles la bienvenida a todos y cada uno de ellos al EVC.

Trên trang web, các tài li u l u hành và trong khuôn viên tr ng c a chúng tôi, quý v s th y m t t p th sinh viên a d ng v c di s n v n hóa l n trình h c v n và tu i tác. Chúng tôi có các sinh viên v a tôt nghiêp trung h c ang t p trung vào các tín ch chuy n giai o n; các sinh viên t i ch c theo h c nh ng ngành m i; các bà m i làm ang n l c hoàn thi n tay ngh trong lúc khuy n khích con cái h làm theo. Chúng tôi t hào chào ón t t c moi ng i n v i EVC.

Serena Choi President Associated Student Government

Qu n i H c C ng ng San Jose/Evergreen không phân bi t i x vê nhóm s c t c, ch ng t c, tôn giáo, màu da, gi i tính, xu t x qu c t ch, tu i tác, khi m khuy t th ch t ho c tinh th n, tình tr ng hôn nhân, t cách C u Chiên Binh, nh h ng gi i tính, quan h t ch c, ho c t t ng chính tr . Các k n ng Ti ng Anh h n ch s không là rào c n i v i vi c c nh n vào, ho c tham gia vào các ch ng trình giáo d c h ng nghi p. SJECCD tuân th i u IX c a Tu Chánh Án Giáo D c n m 1972, i u VII c a o Lu t Dân Quy n n m 1964 ã s a i, M c 504 c a o Lu t Ph c H i n m 1973, và o Lu t Công Dân Hoa K Khuy t T t n m 1990.

How to Read a Class Schedulea qu N u chính sách c

COURSE NUMBER

n này, tr khi c quy ch c bi t mi n tr , m i khóa h c, t ng ph n c a khóa h c, ho c l p h c, s hi n di n trung bình hang ngay c báo cáo nh n h tr t ti u bang, dù c qu n cung c p và duy trì âu i n a, s c áp d ng y COURSE TITlE trong vi c ghi danh và tham gia c UNITSk cá nhân nào khiOF COURSE CREDIT h c và TYPE OF CREDIT, a b t TYPES h c nh n vào khi h ap ng các i u ki n tiên quy t c t ra theo = i Mandatory credit / no Chính course * u V c a Lu t Hành credit + = Optional credit / no credit course Ti u Bang California, m âu v i Muc 58100.

[blank] = letter grade course EVENING / OFF-CAMPUS ClASSES · = Evening class u = Off-campus class H = Evening off-campus class

REG ID NUMBER

DAYS

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ROOM INSTRUCTOR

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How to Become an EVC Student

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GETTING STARTED

APPlY FOR ADMISSION · Online at http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org or · In person by completing and submitting the Application for Admission on page 17 to the Office of Admissions and Records or · By mailing the completed Application to the address shown on the back cover

APPlY FOR FINANCIAl AID · If you haven't done so already, apply at www.fafsa.ed.gov or · Fill out the form on page 19 and send or take it to the address shown on page 21 · Even if you haven't applied, you may still proceed to Step 3

TAkE PlACEMENT TESTS · Math, English or ESL placement tests should be taken as soon as possible to make sure you get the classes you need · EVC Counselors will help you read your Assessment Scores (see table on page 9)

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ATTEND AN ORIENTATION · Enroll in Guidance 193: Orientation to College · New students should contact Counseling at 408.270.6475 for additional information

REGISTER FOR ClASSES · Online at http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org or · By phone (STAReg) at 408.223.0300 or · In person by visiting the Office of Admissions and Records

PAY YOUR FEES · Online at http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org or · By phone (STAReg) at 408.223.0300 or · In person by visiting the Office of Admissions and Records

BUY YOUR BOOkS · In person at the Campus Book Store (408.223.6765) or · Online at http://campusstore.evc.edu/home.aspx

ATTEND YOUR ClASSES Attend the first class meeting to verify enrollment www.evc.edu

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1 APPlY FOR ADMISSION

To be eligible for EVC admission, students should be at least 18 years old or have one of the following: · High school diploma · General Education Degree (GED) · High school proficiency certificate Before submitting your application, please be sure it includes all the required information and has your signature at the bottom. Students using the paper Application for Admission on page 17 of this schedule or available at the Admissions and Records office may either mail or hand deliver the application to the Office of Admissions and Records. Office hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. If you apply online (http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org), you must fax or submit a signature page prior to registering for classes. Note: Corrections, Law Enforcement, and Nursing program students should check with the individual programs for any additional required application procedures. TYPES OF STUDENTS · New College Student: A student who has never enrolled at any college; high school students are always considered new students · Continuing Student: A student who was enrolled at Evergreen Valley College the preceding semester (Spring 2008) · Returning Student: A student who previously attended Evergreen Valley College but not during Spring 2008 · Transfer College Student: A student who has attended a college other than EVC · International Student: A student from any country other than the united States who has applied to Evergreen Valley College through the International Student Admissions Office · Nonresident Student: Students whose legal residence is outside the state of California or who have not resided in the state for one year and one day prior to the first day of the semester may apply for admission as nonresident students and are subject to nonresident fees · Concurrent Enrollment, Special Admit Part-time Students--High School Student (HS), Middle School (JS): This program is a partnership between Evergreen Valley College and local area high schools. under this program students may attend Evergreen Valley College as a special part-time student. Students may take courses to supplement their high school education programs. Basic skills courses are NOT available to concurrently enrolled students. Concurrent Enrollment is designed for students who can benefit from advanced academic and vocational courses. The high school principal, or designee, decides which student qualifies to participate by completing the Concurrent Enrollment Form (R40). This form identifies the specific college courses that may be taken. Students may enroll in up to 11 units although it is highly recommended that students take no more than 6 units in a semester. All students, unless a Continuing Student, must complete a formal Application for Admission prior to registering. Applications are available at the Admissions and Records Office, on page 17 of this schedule and online at www.evc.edu. Concurrent Enrollment, Special Admit Part-time students have additional forms and requirements listed below. REqUIREMENTS FOR CONCURRENT ENROllMENT STUDENTS High School Students · An Application for Admission · An R-40 form* completely filled out and signed by the High School Principal or designee and Parents or legal guardian · High School transcripts proving completion of prerequisite or take placement test if registering for Math or English courses · An Emergency Contact Form 408.274.7900

Middle School Students · An Application for Admission · A signed letter from your principal supporting your EVC attendance · An R-42 form* completely filled out and signed by the Middle School Principal or designee and Parents or legal guardian · Complete placement test if taking English or Math · Provide middle school transcripts · An Emergency Contact Form · Make an appointment to see the Director of Admissions Home Schooled Students · An Application for Admission · Verification that you are affiliated with a home school program recognized by your school district or copy of the R4 Affidavit* · Academic transcripts · Complete placement test, if below eighth grade level · Make an appointment to see the Director of Admissions Students Age 16 ­ 18 and No longer Attending High School · Verification of GED, or High School proficiency results, or recommendation by High School Counselor · Complete placement test · Provide high school transcripts · Make an appointment to see the Director of Admissions

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Other Important Facts for Concurrent Enrollment Students · You may only register for up to 11 units (Spring and Fall Semesters) · The courses must be vocational, enrichment, or advanced courses not available at the high school · You may not register for PE courses or remedial courses (e.g. Math 311, English 394) · You may not enroll in courses available through the high school, except in summer or under special circumstances (supplemental petition from the high school counselor is required and will be reviewed by the Director of Admissions) · Any courses taken at EVC will appear on your permanent academic record

* Forms R40, R42, and R4 Affidavit are available in the Office of Admissions and Records; the R40 form is also available online at www.evc.edu/admissions/pdfs/R40_Form.pdf.

ADDITIONAl REqUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAl STUDENTS International Student Application packets are available year round in the Admissions and Records Office. The spring semester application is due no later than October 15. Fall semester applications are due no later than April 15. Applications should include: · International (F-1) Student Applications · Application for Admission to Evergreen Valley College · $100 Application Processing Fee (non-refundable) Checks must be drawn on a u.S. bank and be made out to Evergreen Valley College · TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Minimum score based on test type: 500 on paper-based exam; 173 on computer-based exam; 61 on internet-based exam. If applicant has completed degree applicable courses in English with a grade of "C" or better at an accredited u.S. college/university, the TOEFL may be waived. · Original bank verification (signed by certifying official) with a minimum balance of $15,984 (U.S. currency) from parent/sponsor dated within 6 months of application date · Letter of Financial support or Affidavit of Support Form (notarized) from parents or sponsor (continues on next page)

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· Official transcripts from all prior colleges/universities · Passport sized photograph · TB Skin Test results If results are positive, a chest x-ray report will be required. Exams should be dated within 6 months of application date. International Students who plan to transfer to Evergreen Valley College should contact the Admissions and Records Office regarding additional documentation that may be required. International Students are required to apply through the International Admissions office 408.274.7900 x6133. AB540 EVC welcomes AB540 students. under AB540, students who meet ALL of the outlined requirements will qualify to pay in-state tuition ($20 per unit). To qualify a student should: · Have attended a California high school for 3 or more years · Have graduated from a California high school or received the equivalent general education diploma (GED) · Have registered or be currently enrolled in Evergreen Valley College · Sign a statement with the college (not with INS) stating that you will apply for legal residency as soon as you are eligible to do so. For more information contact the Admissions and Records Office.

Be sure to include EVC's school code (012452) on the application. Once you have submitted your FAFSA, you will receive a SAR (Student Aid Report); If the report is not received within 2 weeks; contact the uS Department of Education Processing Center at 1.800.4 FED AID. Once you have received your SAR, review it making sure all of the information is correct. If it is not, make any corrections needed and return to the Federal Processor. You should also receive a request from the EVC Financial Aid Office for additional documentation. To complete your application and receive aid, you are required to submit the requested documents to EVC's Financial Aid Office. Once the application is complete, your file will be checked for all other eligibility requirements. If all eligibility requirements have been met, you should receive an award letter detailing the financial aid funds you are eligible for. For more information on the types of financial aid, eligibility requirements, and how to apply, see the EVC Financial Aid Handbook, go online at http://www. icanaffordcollege.org and http://www.evc.edu/fao/, or contact the Office of Financial Aid at 408.270.6460. Scholarships Additional college funding is available through a multitude of scholarships. Students may research the availability and requirements for specific scholarships at www.fastweb.com and www.scholarships.com. EVC also has many scholarships you may apply for in the spring. Ask for the booklet in the early part of the spring semester. You should be careful to follow eligibility requirements and deadlines for all scholarship applications; remember also that you may often apply for more than a single scholarship to help meet college costs. For more information visit www.evc.edu/scholarships.

GETTING STARTED

2 APPlY FOR FINANCIAl AID

You should start the financial aid application process as early as possible if you have not already done so. It takes a bit of time, but once it has been started you can continue with the other steps to become an EVC student while you wait for your application to be processed. There are several forms of financial aid available to students to help pay college costs. These include the Board of Governors Fee Waiver; Federal Grants, Loans, and Work-Study; scholarships. Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGFW) The BOGFW was designed to assist students in paying for their enrollment fees. This program is financial assistance that does not need to be repaid. You may be eligible for a fee waiver even if you are not eligible for other financial aid. The application is simple to complete. Regardless of the number of units, the enrollment fee may be waived. Applicants need to apply only once to have fees waived for the academic year, beginning in summer session. Recipients also have their college health fees waived and receive a waiver on parking fees in excess of $20. The BOGFW application is on page 19 of this schedule and is available in the Financial Aid Office and online at www.evc.edu/fao/forms.htm. For Grants, loans, and Work-Study Students should complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. You will need your income documentation--and your parents' if you are a dependent. Computers are available for access in the library. Help in filing Financial Aid applications is also available through the Financial Aid Office and through several Student Services and Special Academic programs--see the Student Resources and Services section of this Schedule for more information. Before beginning to complete the form, the student should get a PIN from the uS Department of Education at www.pin.ed.gov unless you already have one. You should have your PIN and the income documentation in front of you while completing the FAFSA form. It is easier to complete the form quickly and accurately with this information handy, although the form does not have to be completed in a single session.

3 TAkE PlACEMENT TESTS

Evergreen Valley College offers placement tests in English, both EFL (English as a First Language) and ESL (English as a Second Language), and Mathematics. Do I need to take a placement test? First time college applicants who wish to take classes that have academic requirements should take a placement test. Special admit students--high school students (R-40 students) and home schooled students (R-4 students) -- are required to take a placement test if taking an English or Math course. Junior high (R-42 students) and homeschooled students below a ninth grade level are required to complete a placement test. Exemptions New students to Evergreen Valley College may be exempted from the Assessment component of matriculation if they: · Are non-high school students 18 years of age or over, who enroll only in open curriculum classes · Have a transcript indicating successful completion of a college-level English and/or Math course needed as a prerequisite · Have a transcript indicating successful completion of a two year (Associates) degree, four year (Bachelors) degree or higher received from an accredited institution Which test should I take? If English is easier for students to speak, read, and write the student should take the "English as a First Language" (EFL) test.

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Placement Based on test results

If another language is easier for the student to speak, read, or write the "English as a Second Language" (ESL) test is the best test for the student. Mathematics placement tests are offered to determine math skills on levels ranging from basic mathematics to beginning calculus.

FOR TEST COMPlETED SINCE OCTOBER 17, 2006

Success in your initial college courses is a very important first step in mastering college. Your assessment scores are designed to place you in the course(s) that will best assure your initial success in college. During your counseling appointment your counselor will discuss your assessment score with you. If you think your test results do not reflect your true ability, please discuss this with your counselor.

PlACEMENT TEST SCHEDUlE English language placement tests will be offered: May 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 30 at 9:00 am or 11:00 am or 2:00 pm May 7, 14, 21, and 28, at 12:00 pm or 2:00 pm or 6:00 pm June 2, 6, 20, 23, 27 at 9:00 am or 11:00 am or 2:00 pm June 4, 11, 18, and 25 at 12:00 pm or 2:00 pm or 6:00 pm June 9, 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, at 10:00 am or 3:00 pm English as a Second language (ESl) tests will be offered: May 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29 at 9:00 am or 2:00 pm May 7, 14, 21, 28 at 5:00 pm June 3, 5, 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 24, 26 at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm June 4, 11 18, 25 at 5:00 pm You will need to bring your student ID to the test.

READING

score recommendation

If your score is 80 or higher If your score is between 70 - 79 If your score is between 59 - 69 If your score is between 0 - 58

English 1D English 102 English 322 English 321

To sign up for a scheduled test, please call the Counseling Center at 408.270.6475 or the Admissions and Records Office at 408.270.6441. If you miss your appointment or cannot attend one of the above dates, please call the Counseling Office at 408.270.6475. Questions regarding placement testing should be directed to the Assessment Center at 408.274.7900 x 6636 or the Counseling Center at 408.270.6475.

GETTING STARTED

4 ATTEND ORIENTATION

New Students who are taking classes in spring 2008 should enroll in Guidance 193: Orientation to College or participate in a New Student Orientation session. Guidance 193 is designed especially for first-time college students. By taking Guidance 193, you will be become familiar with EVC's programs, services, facilities, resources, policies, and procedures. In addition, you will learn basic tools for academic success including career/major selection, graduation, certificate and transfer requirements. Strategies for student success including study skills are part of the course. Students who complete this course will be more likely to succeed in college. Guide 193 is a four week long course that earns 0.5 credits. Should Guidance 193 be full at the time you register, you may attend an orientation session for new students offered in the Counseling department. These orientations provide new students with some of the information of Guidance 193 and a brief meeting with counselors to discuss placement testing scores and course choice but no credits are earned. Students may also receive help from available staff with registering for classes online following the counseling appointment. For more information about Orientation sessions or counseling appointments, contact the Counseling Center at 408.270.6475. New students may be exempt from the Orientation or the Counseling component of matriculation if they: · Are enrolling in apprenticeship or short-term courses · Have a college degree

WRITING

score recommendation

If your score is 85 or higher If your score is between 60 - 84 If your score is between 41 - 59 If your score is between 0 - 40

English 1A English 104 English 330 English 341

MATH

test taken score recommendation

Pre-Algebra

34 or higher 21 - 33 0 - 33

Math 11A or 11R Math 311 Math 310 Math 13 and/or Math 14 (beginning algebra) Math 21*, 22*, 51, 52*, 61, 63 (Intermediate algebra) Math 71

Algebra College Algebra Trigonometry

33 or higher 43 or higher 44 or higher

· Have waived their right to matriculation services

Once Orientation has been completed a student may register for courses.

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5 REGISTER FOR ClASSES

Students may register: · Online at http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org · By phone (STAReg) at 408.223.0300 · In person at the Office of Admissions and Records What if I need help with registration? For help with registering, first time students should see the MyWeb and STAReg Instruction Worksheets included in this Schedule for help in completing the registration process. Students should also be aware that many support services and special academic programs also provide assistance with registration; please see the Discover Student Resource and Services section of this schedule for more information on services provided by each program. Before the semester begins, students can register for classes via phone, online, or in-person and can add up to 18 units. If a class is closed but there is a waitlist, students will be automatically registered when space becomes available. It's a good idea to keep checking MyWeb to see your status with class registration. When can I register? Registration dates can be found in the academic calendar on page 2 of this schedule or online at www.evc.edu/calendar/index.htm. For specific date and time of your registration, refer to the registration information mailed to you as a continuing student or given to you as you applied to the college.

6 PAY YOUR FEES

Enrollment Fees All regular students are required to pay enrollment fees at the time of in-person registration. Registration fees made online or by phone are due by published deadlines or students might be dropped. Students may also choose the FACTS payment option. Courses added after the first day of classes must be paid in full or dropped before the Census (typically the second Friday of the semester). Please see the academic calendar on page 2 of this schedule or online at www.evc.edu/calendar/index.htm. California residents are currently charged $20 per unit. The California Legislature may revise enrollment fees at any time, and retroactively charge students already enrolled. High school students attending classes part-time in the SJECCD will not be charged enrollment fees, but other fees may be required, such as parking, books, and materials. High school students attending full-time may be charged all fees per California state requirements. Fee Waivers Students may be eligible for fee waivers. These include: · Enrollment Fee Waivers--Board of Governor's Fee Waiver (BOGFW) · TANF (formerly AFDC) · SSI (Supplemental Social Security) · General Assistance · Others who meet low-income guidelines · Students with demonstrated need or income/dependent eligibility should also see Financial Aid Applications for the fee waiver are available in the Office of Financial Aid, in the Schedule of Classes, or online at www.evc.edu/fao/forms.htm. A Fee Worksheet to help students calculate costs is available in this schedule on page 25. Parking Fees Semester Parking Permits are $40 and are available for purchase with a student ID from the Campus Store located on the second floor of the Gullo Student Center. Daily permits are $2 cash and are available from vending machines located in Student Parking Lots 2, 3, 6, and 8. Lot 7 is free and fills up quickly. Paid parking is enforced Monday through Saturday; parking without a permit or parking along Yerba Buena or San Felipe Roads may result in a parking ticket fine. Permits and daily parking tickets are good at both EVC and SJCC campuses. A parking permit does not guarantee a parking space, but merely gives the student the convenience of not buying daily permits. Students who receive a Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGFW) will only be required to pay $20 per term. Student Health Services Fees The District provides a Health Clinic to assist students (see Student Health Services for list of services provided and location). The Health Services fee is $16 per semester, payable at the time of registration, unless a student is eligible for the BOG Fee Waiver. The fee is non-refundable unless the student withdraws from all classes prior to the end of the 10th class day of the term, or the District cancels all of the student's classes. Exceptions to the Health Fee · Concurrently enrolled high school students with an approved R-40 form on file · Indentured apprentices fulfilling related instruction requirements (with proper documentation required) · Students who are dependent exclusively upon prayer for healing, in accordance with teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination, or organization (proper documentation required)

GETTING STARTED

After the semester begins, students will only be allowed to add with faculty approval. Students who have not yet registered are asked to attend class, and if space is available will be added. The instructor will give you an Add Code slip with a sticker on it. After class, go to a phone and call STAReg at 408.223.0300, and enter the authorization code that's on the sticker. STAReg is available Monday, 6:00am ­ 11:30pm, and 12:00 midnight to 11:30pm all other days. You have until September 12, 2008 to add the class by phone using the Add Code; after that, the authorization code is no longer valid. Students cannot be added to a course if: · They do not meet the prerequisite · They have already completed the course, unless it is repeatable-- see listing of courses under Repeating Classes · They have a time conflict. For more information see Class Conflicts under Attendance · They do not have a current application on file · They have a hold for academic standing or fees owed · They do not have high school approval (R-40) · They are already enrolled in 18 units · More than 20% of the semester has elapsed What if I have trouble registering? If you're having trouble registering for one of the reasons above, contact the Office of Admissions and Records at 408.270.6441. If you are having problem accessing MyWeb, or are having problems with your password, contact the ITSS help desk at [email protected], or by phone at 408.270.6411. Credit/No Credit When an option exists for receiving credit/no credit, students may request CR/ NC in lieu of a letter grade. This request must be submitted to Admissions no later than the end of the first 30% of the term. Once the request has been made, the student may not request that the CR/NC be converted to letter grade at an end date (Title 5, section 55752). Choosing CR/NC may adversely affect transfer or Honors at graduation eligibility in the future.

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· Students enrolled only for classes meeting off-campus · Students receiving assistance through the state enrollment fee program (BOGFW) · Students taking Friday evening, Saturday, or Sunday classes only · Students taking only short-term classes which meet on campus seven times or less Note: Fees are subject to change by the Legislature. Associated Students (AS) Fee Funds collected from this $5 fee (optional/refundable) are used to support various educational, academic, cultural, athletic, social, recreational, and community activities including scholarships for students. Stickers are issued at the time of registration through Admissions and Records. Student Representation Fee The Student Representation Fee is a $1 nonrefundable fee collected at registration. This fee was approved by popular student vote. The fee ensures EVC students representation of every form of government. Concurrently enrolled high school students with an approved R-40 on file are exempt from paying this fee. Student Center Fee A Student Center Fee is assessed at Evergreen Valley College only. This fee was approved by popular student vote in the spring of 1994. Funds collected for this purpose are used exclusively for the construction, maintenance, or operation of a student center. EVC students are required to pay a Student Center Fee of $1-$5 per semester. The fee is nonrefundable unless the student withdraws from all classes prior to the end of the 10th day of the term or the District cancels all of the student's classes. Material Fees Many classes require a material fee. The rates vary by class. Please check individual course offerings for the amount required. Nursing courses are assigned substantial material fees. These fees must be paid prior to the beginning of the term in which the material will be provided. Non-resident/International Student Tuition In addition to fees paid by regular students, non-resident students and international students are required to pay $183 per unit in tuition. Students in this classification are required to pay by credit card or money order. Personal checks will not be accepted. Miscellaneous Fees

VERIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT

The college does not re-issue or certify copies of transcripts from other institutions for distribution. Transcripts must be ordered directly from the institution where the work was completed.

STuDENT ID CARD REPLACEMENT FEE

Student Identification Cards are issued free at the time of registration in the Admissions and Records Office. The ID cards are used to access the College Library, Health Center, and other services. The ASB sticker is also placed on the ID card for access to special AS Services and discounts. Replacement photo ID cards cost $5 (non-refundable). If the student has registered online or using STAReg, and all fees have been paid, the Student ID may be picked up at Admissions and Records.

STuDENT'S SCHEDuLE

Students are mailed a free copy of their semester schedule prior to the beginning of each semester; thereafter, a fee of $2 per copy applies. Students may also access their schedules online at http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org free of charge. Payment Methods and Deadlines

PAYMENT WHEN REGISTERING

A person may pay in person, online, or by phone. When registering in person fees will be due upon registration. Payments may be made by cash, check, traveler's check, money order, or Visa/Master Card. Credit card payments may be made on STAReg 408.223.0300, or online at http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org. (A $10 processing fee is charged for each returned check.)

Need help paying for your classes?

GETTING STARTED

Evergreen Valley College makes the cost of education more manageable. It's convenient, interest-free, and affordable! EVC is now offering a fee payment plan through Nelnet Business Solutions (NBS). NBS is not a loan program; there is no long term debt, no interest or finance charges, and no credit check. NBS is a budget plan which allows interest free monthly payments for an enrollment fee of $20 per semester. You have two options to pay your fees when using the NBS budget plan: 1. Automatic Bank Payment (ACH) - An ACH payment is a bank-to-bank transfer of funds that you pre-approve to pay your expenses at EVC. Once you have signed up, payments are deducted automatically from the checking or savings account you provide and are processed on the 5th of each month. Payments continue until the balance is paid in full. Typically the fees are divided into 3-4 monthly payments depending on the date of registration. 2. Credit Card Option- Once you have signed up, the payment is charged to the credit card you designate for payment on the 5th of each month until the balance is paid in full. This option allows you to take advantage of any bonus programs offered by your credit card company. Enroll in the NBS Payment Plan Online Enrolling in the NBS Payment Plan is simple, fast, and secure. Simply go to evc.edu and connect to the e-Cashier link. The e-cashier allows for down payments and monthly payments. Before you click on the Submit button, read the Final Review and Terms &Conditions carefully. Once you have submitted your information, you will receive an email (if an email address was provided for the person responsible for payment) confirming enrollment through e-Cashier. FAqs about FACTS: When and what time will the funds be withdrawn from my bank account? NBS specifies the date each payment will occur, but your financial institution decides the time of day the payment is taken out of your account. NBS recommends you check with your financial institution to determine how far in advance funds should be deposited into you account to ensure the automatic payment clears. If a payment falls on a weekend or banking holiday, the payment will be attempted the following business day. Down Payments are deducted immediately from the account provided on the agreement. If the payment fails for any reason, the agreement is terminated and notification is sent to the responsible for payment.

upon written request to the Office of Admissions and Records, a student will receive an official verification of enrollment for courses taken at Evergreen Valley College only. Each official Verification of Enrollment at the college will be assessed a $4 fee. The first two verifications are free. Free enrollment verifications are available to current students by logging onto MyWeb at MyWeb.sjeccd.org and clicking on the enrollment verification link. This will connect the student to the National Student Clearinghouse. Third-party agencies must request verifications through the National Student Clearinghouse at www.studentsclearinghouse.org.

GENERAL EDuCATION CERTIFICATION

upon written request to the Office of Admissions and Records, students are provided with two free copies of their General Education Certification; thereafter, a fee of $5 per copy will apply.

TRANSCRIPTS

upon written request to the Office of Admissions and Records, students are provided with the first two copies of their official transcripts free of charge; thereafter, a fee of $4 per copy applies. Emergency transcripts are available at $10 per copy.

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How will I be notified of my payment information? Once your agreement is posted to the NBS system, you will receive a confirmation notification of your payment amount by email or letter. Payments will be processed until the total balance is paid in full. The notification will include important login information for your MyFACTS account along with a reminder of the $20/ semester non-refundable enrollment fee and the account it will be drawn against. Can I pay by phone with NBS? In accordance with the Terms &Conditions of your NBS agreement, payments are processed electronically. NBS does not accept payments by phone but you can opt for the payment plan when using StaReg. What is the NBS Access Code? To help protect your privacy, NBS asks the person responsible for the payments to create an access code. If you should call into NBS inquiring about your NBS agreement or inquire online about through My NBS Account, you will be required to verify your NBS Access Code. If you do not create an access code on your NBS agreement, one will be randomly assigned to you. Your NBS Access Code will be identified on your NBS confirmation notification. Please remember to keep a copy of your confirmation notification. What if a payment is returned? If an automatic payment or credit card payment is returned due to insufficient funds, your NBS account will be automatically charged a fee of $25. You will be notified by NBS of the returned payment via mail or email. As mentioned above, down payments that are not successfully completed for any reason will cause the agreement to be terminated, and the person responsible for payment will be notified.

PAYMENT DEADLINES

7 BUY YOUR BOOkS

Once you have registered for your classes, obtain a printout of your schedule and bring this with you to the campus store which is located on the 2nd floor of the Gullo Student Center. Schedules are given to students at the time of registration when registering in person or may be printed from MyWeb. With the schedule, the campus store will then be able to assist you in identifying the exact books that your instructors have identified as required and recommended reading. You can also order your books online by visiting the campus store website at http://campusstore.evc.edu/home.aspx. Your order will be processed, gathered and ready for pickup at the store. To get a refund on books you should: · Bring original receipt--original receipts are required for all refunds · Keep items intact and in original package · Return items within two business days, EXCEPT for those you are returning as a result of dropped or cancelled classes If you are returning books because you dropped the class or it was cancelled, you can return them anytime during the first two weeks of classes. (Documentation that the class has been dropped or cancelled will be required.) More information regarding refunds is available in the campus store or online at http://campusstore.evc.edu/StoreHours. Financial Assistance Financial assistance to purchase your books is available through a variety of sources. There are book vouchers, book loans, grants and books that can be checked out. Many are available through Student Services and special academic programs. Please see the Discover Student Services section of this schedule. This information will be posted in Admissions and Records two weeks prior to the start of classes.

GETTING STARTED

Students are responsible for paying all fees by the published deadlines, and may be dropped for non-payment prior to the first day of the term. Note: If students are dropped for non-payment, they will be notified by letter from the college. Simply not showing up or not continuing to attend may result in an "F," and Financial Aid Students may need to pay back some of the financial aid moneys received. For deadlines please see the academic calendar located in this schedule or online at www.evc.edu/calendar/index.htm.

PAYMENT WHEN ADDING CLASSES

8 ATTEND YOUR ClASSES

Students should have a copy of their schedule. Schedules are given out at in-person registration and are available to print out at MyWeb. Course name, course status, meeting information, credits and start date are listed on the schedule. Where should I park? The map on the inside back cover of this schedule shows all parking areas. Finding parking during the first week of school is always a challenge. Now that part of the parking area off Yerba Buena Road is no longer available due to construction of the new Visual and Performing Arts Complex, our best advice to you is to get here early. You don't want to be driving around looking for a parking space two minutes before your class starts, or worse, ten minutes after. Paid parking is enforced 52 weeks a year, except Sundays and legal holidays. While you can buy one-day parking permits from the machines in the parking lot at $2 each, it makes much more sense to buy a one-semester parking permit. You can buy one at the Campus Store on the second floor of the Gullo Student Center. The cost is $40 for a car and $14 for a motorcycle. EVC is committed to providing a free parking area for students. Look for signage indicating the free parking area on campus. Parking Dos and Don'ts · Do park facing forward into a marked space · Don't "make up" your own parking space! · Don't park on Yerba Buena Avenue--that area is enforced by the City of San José and they will tow cars that are parked there · Do obey the speed limit on campus

When adding classes after the term begins, students will be held responsible for fees, even if they do not attend the classes for which they enroll. (Please also refer to guidelines for dropping classes to avoid fee penalties.) Exact dates can be found in the academic calendar on page 2 of this schedule and online at www.evc.edu/calendar/index.htm.

FINES AND HOLDS

library/Media: Students with overdue library materials will be charged a fine for the late return of materials. until overdue materials are returned or their replacement cost paid, a hold will be placed on the student's record and no access to registration or records will be available. Failure to Clear Financial Obligations A student is responsible for paying all financial obligations at the College. The College and the District will deny further services to a student who does not pay their fees by published deadlines. Exact dates can be found in the academic calendar on page 2 of this schedule and online at www.evc.edu/calendar/index.htm. Students with a "fees hold" cannot register for subsequent semesters or request a copy of transcripts.

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· Do park in the lots--don't drive your car onto the campus itself · Do remember that the District Police Department is an official police department, and it enforces all statutes of the California penal code and vehicle code When in doubt about parking rules, ask a representative from the police. Any other information may be incorrect. Police Assistance The District Police can help you if you need a jumpstart for your car, and they can unlock some cars, but not those with power locks. If you need an escort back to your car for classes that end late at night, check in at the district police office prior to your class. How do I find my class? See page 27 for instructions on finding your classes. Off-campus sites are listed on page 128 of this schedule. Attendance Students are expected to attend all sessions of each class. Instructors may drop students from class if they do not attend the first class meeting. Absences may lead to disqualification from a course in which the instructor requires attendance and maintains an attendance record. No student shall be dropped from a course whose absences are fewer than the number of times the class meets in one week. A student who simply stops attending without formally dropping may receive an unsatisfactory grade and may be required to repay financial aid funding. Dropping Classes Students are responsible for dropping their classes; although instructors have the right to drop students for non-attendance, classes are not dropped automatically for non-attendance. A student may drop a class by calling STAReg 408.223.0300, using http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org, or in-person at the Office of Admissions and Records. The deadline for dropping classes without a "W" is Friday, September 26. Please see the academic calendar on page 2 of this schedule or online at www.evc.edu/ calendar/index.htm for more information on drop dates and other vital dates in the semester. Refunds The college does not issue refunds automatically. Students must file written refund requests with the Office of Admissions and Records. See the academic calendar on page 2 of this schedule or visit www.evc.edu/calendar/ndex.htm for specific dates. The District does not carry credit balances over semesters. Students who do not apply for refunds forfeit any credit balances they may have. Students who have paid for their courses and then apply for and receive a fee waiver should file a refund form with the Office of Admissions and Records. The form is available in the Office of Admission and records or online at www.evc.edu/admissions/forms/request_for_refund.pdf. Refunds for canceled classes will be honored only if requested during the term in which the classes were canceled. No refunds of any type will be granted until all other financial obligations to the District have been satisfied. Refund requests normally take four to six weeks after the deadline to process, and are mailed directly to the student. There is a $10 processing fee for all registration-associated refund requests (California Administrative Code 58508). Refunds will be made in full for the qualifying amount, minus the processing fee. Processing fees related to refund requests are limited to enrollment fees only. Students may choose to donate refunds to the District Foundation for student scholarships or College support. Such donations are tax deductible. For more information on refunds, see the EVC catalog or online at www.evc.edu/admissions/fees.htm.

REPEATING A COURSE

Sometimes students may fail a course and need to repeat it. Should you find yourself in this situation, here's what to do: (Withdrawals do not count in number of repeats)

First Repeat

A&R Office confirms first repeat

A&R clears student for registration

Second Repeat

GETTING STARTED

Complete a Request to Repeat Form

Meet with a Counselor

Take signed form to Admissions and Records for clearance to register

Third Repeat

Complete a Request to Repeat Form

Meet with a Counselor

Counselor submits recommendation to the VP of Student Services

If denied, student will be called by the Dean of Counseling Office and informed they have been denied.

If approved the Student will be called by the Dean of Counseling Office to pick up form to take to A&R for clearance to register

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A PPLICATION FOR A DMISSION

Term & College for which you are applying: Check ONE college only

San Jose/Evergreen Community College District FALL SPRING SUMMER 20

OFFICE USE ONLY

Colleague ID # Date Initials

NAME

STUDENT

LAST

If you plan on taking classes at BOTH colleges within this District, make sure you have a current application AT EACH COLLEGE

X Evergreen Valley College

San José City College

1 Legal Name

Last Name

STUDENT

SAMPLE

First Name

Middle Initial

S.

2 Address

Number & Street City

EDUCATIONVILLE

0000 COLLEGE DRIVE

State

SAMPLE

CA

Other 6 Birth Date 4 Origin

99999

Zip Code

Apt. Number

FIRST

3 Telephone Number Home 5 Social Security Number

(444) 777-7111 000-00-0000

(Necessary for Financial Aid applicants)

MM

10

DD

10

X Walk-In

Mail

87

YY

Returning Student's / ID # 7 Ethnic Background A AA AC AI AJ AK Asian African/American Asian/Chinese Asian/Indian Asian/Japanese Asian/Korean Male AL AM AV AX C FI H Asian/Laotian Asian/Cambodian Asian/Vietnamese Asian/Other Caucasian/Non-Hispanic Filipino Hispanic 9 E-Mail Address HCA HM HSA HX NA OTH P Hispanic/Central America His/Mex Hisp/Amer Hispanic/South America Hispanic/Other Native American Other Non-White Pacific Islander PACG PACH PACS PACX UNK XD Pac Islander/Guam Pac Islander/Hawaiian Pac Islander/Samoa Pac Islander/Other Unknown Declined to State

X

M.I.

8 Gender

X Female

10 Type of Applicant Check if you are: Student Applicant (SAP) Employee Applicant (EMA)

X

11 Major/Academic Program If undecided, temporarily choose GENMJ.AS.1 (SJCC ONLY). See CODE SHEET - Application CANNOT be processed without an academic program.

ENTER EMAIL ADDRESS HERE 2BUS.AA.1 CODE

SAMPlE APPlICATION

12 Admit Status (Fill in the one which best applies to you) N I am attending college for the first time after high school. TR I am attending this college for the first time but have attended or am now attending another college. RS I am returning to this college after an absence of one or more terms. HS I plan to enroll in college while still in high school. (Form R-40 required) JS I plan to enroll in college while still in K-8. (Form R-42 required)

X

13 Student's Educational Goal (Choose One)

XA B

C D E F G H

Earn an Associate Degree and transfer Transfer to a four-year college without an Associate Degree Earn an Associate Degree without transferring Earn a Vocational Degree without transferring Earn a Vocational Certificate without transferring Discover/formulate career interests/plans/goals Prepare for a new career (acquire job skills) Advance in current job/career (update job skills)

I J K L M X

Maintain certificate or license (e.g. Nursing, Cosmetology) Educational development (intellectual, cultural) Improve basic skills in English, Reading and Math Complete credits for high school diploma or GED Undecided on goal Unreported/Uncollected goal (Office use only)

14 Do you qualify for Veteran's Benefits? (Choose one) yes

X no

15 Language most frequently Spoken/Written: (Choose one - optional)

If yes:

Self

As a Dependent

X English

Spanish

Tagalog

Vietnamese

Chinese Other

16 Fill in the categories that are of interest to you: 1 2 3 4 5 Financial Aid Assistance Child Care Services Disabled Student Services Transfer Center Services Job/Career Assistance

specify

X

14

X7 8

6

Basic Skills Assistance Tutoring Assistance English as a Second Language (ESL) 9 Extended Opportunity Program & Services (EOP&S) 10 Student Government & Activities

11 12 13 14 15 16

Latino Student Special Programs African-American Special Programs Intercollegiate Athletic Programs Asian-Pacific Special Programs Accelerated Transfer Programs Sport

Specify

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Institutional History (HS)

HOMETOWN H.S.

High School Last Attended From

02

years

to

HOMETOWN City 06

years City

State

CA

HIGH SCHOOL CODE (see CODE table)

18

Institutional History (Coll)

College Last Attended From

19

years years Graduation type: (Check the type that best describes your highest educational background) 0 1 Not a graduate of, and no longer enrolled in high school Special admit student currently enrolled in K-12th grades

to

State

COLLEGE CODE (see CODE table)

X3

2

Currently enrolled in adult high school Received a high school diploma

4 5

Passed GED/ certificate of equivalency Received Certificate of Cal. H.S. Proficiency

6 7 8

Foreign secondary school diploma /Certificate of Graduation Received Associate's Degree Received Bachelor's Degree or higher

20 Residency Information State laws regulate student fees on the basis of California residence. This statement is a certification necessary to administer the laws. A Have you lived in California since birth?

OFFICE USE ONLY Residence Code Residence Date

X Yes, skip to question C.

From year

No, list where you lived previously and the beginning and ending dates of your residence in that state or country. To year State/Country

No, but I am eligible for AB-540 status. B If you answered NO to question A, and you want to be considered a California resident for enrollment purposes, answer the residency questions in both sections below. What state do you consider as your permanent home? If California, when did your present stay begin (Month/Day/Year)? Are you an active member of the US military or a dependent? Are you a dependent of a parent who is a California resident? yes yes no no

Have you, or if you are under 19 years of age, have your parents, any time during the past two years: Registered to vote in a state other than California? Petitioned for divorce in another state? yes yes no no yes yes no no yes no

Been declared a non-resident of California for state income tax purposes? Attended an out-of-state institution as a resident of that other state? If YES, give the address C Citizenship Select ONE.

If you are unmarried and under 19 years of age, have you lived with one or both parents for the past two years at a California address?

SAMPlE APPlICATION

X US Citizen

Permanent Immigrant

Temporary Resident / Amnesty Refugee / Asylum

Student Visa (F-1 or M-1) Other Status AB-540 Eligible (see Schedule for details) Applied/Issue Date

A# (optional)

Read the following CAREFULLY before signing SIGNATURE REQUIRED I declare under penalty of perjury that the statements and information submitted in this Admissions Application are true and correct. I understand that all materials submitted by me for purposes of admission are true and correct. Falsification, withholding pertinent data or failure to report changes in residency or education status may result in District action. I understand that all materials submitted by me for purposes of admission become the property of the San Jose/Evergreen Community College District. In registering for future terms, I agree to provide true and correct information about any changes in my educational status.

SIGNATURE OF STUDENT OFFICE USE ONLY Residency Status Student Type Colleague ID# Application Status

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Sample Student

FC CSEA 2 2 INST 3 EMPL OST 4 3 IHSC OSTE Special Admit: 6 4 INT 5 OHSC (No SS#, Add ID# to DADD) SPRO ASPR DADD

DATE

FILL IN DATE

Date R-42 on file REG

Information entered by 1 1

R-40 on file OHSH 7

Incomplete NAE

Accepted SHAP FINF

Remarks PERC PPIN SREP STRK STAL

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High School Codes 053075 053077 053078 053080 053081 053082 050718 053083 053169 053086 051040 053088 052347 053462 053087 053090 053092 053091 002298 051510 053463 053463 051978 051960 050170 053094 052075 053095 053099 053107 052350 051976 053096 053097 053344 051955 053343 053098 053280 053106 053100 053103 053105 053113 003812 003813

CODE TABLES

College Codes California Community Colleges 445076 415062 015235 385092 015257 415151 345124 405650 435184 075268 435679 435227 105240 435263 195257 275129 015450 015001 245475 015570 435861 505500 275270 015610 435680 415711 015236 435860 003814 003815 Cabrillo College Canada College Chabot College City College of San Francisco College of the Alameda College of San Mateo Cosumnes River College Cuesta College De Anza College Diablo Valley College Evergreen Valley College Foothill College Fresno City College Gavilan College Glendale College Hartnell College Laney College Las Positas College Merced College Merritt College Mission College Modesto Junior College Monterey Peninsula College Ohlone College San Jose City College Skyline College Vista College West Valley College Out of California College Out of Country College California State Colleges and Universities 156250 489150 196140 406145 046242 196135 106260 306106 016178 126450 196131 196133 276001 196770 346760 366184 376720 386796 436727 376820 496710 506730 Bakersfield California Maritime Academy California Poly, Pomona Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo Chico Dominguez Hills Fresno Fullerton Hayward Humboldt Long Beach Los Angeles Monterey Bay Northridge Sacramento San Bernardino San Diego San Francisco San Jose San Marcos Sonoma Stanislaus

Abraham Lincoln High School Andrew Hill High School Archbishop Mitty High School Bellarmine High School Blackford High School Branham High School Cupertino High School Del Mar High School Evergreen Valley High School Foothill High School Gilroy High School Gunderson High School Henry Gunn High School Homestead High School Independence High School James Lick High School Leigh High School Leland High School Live Oak High School Los Altos High School Los Gatos High School Lynbrook High School Milpitas High School Menlo High School Menlo-Atherton High School Mount Pleasant High School Mountain View High School Notre Dame High School Oak Grove High School Overfelt High School Palo Alto High School Piedmont Hills High School Pioneer High School Presentation High School Prospect High School Sacred Heart Preparatory Saratoga High School San Jose High Academy Santa Clara High School Santa Teresa High School Silver Creek High School Westmont High School Willow Glen High School Yerba Buena High School Out of California High School Out of Country High School

University of California 017846 577750 307781 197887 337797 377837 001831 427677 447765 Berkeley Davis Irvine Los Angeles Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz

California Independent Colleges and Universities (Local) 418125 018518 018624 438792 438830 College of Notre Dame Mills College St. Mary's College Stanford University Santa Clara University

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES PROGRAM CODES EVERGREEN VALLEY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES PROGRAM CODES

2ACCTG.AS.1 2ACCTG.C2.1 2AJ.AA.1 2AJ.AS.1 2ART.AS.1 2ART.AS.2 2ART.AS.3 2AUTO.AS1 2AUTO.AS.3 2AUTO.C3.2 2AUTO.C3.1 2AUTO.C3.1 2AUTO.C2.1 2AUTO.C1.1 2AUTO.C1.2 2BUS.AA.1 2BIS.AS.3 2BIS.AS.4 2BIS.AS.1 2BIS.C3.3 2BIS.C3.4 2BIS.C3.1 2BIS.C1.20 2BIS.C1.16 2BIS.C1.14 2BIS.C1.19 2BIS.C1.15 2BIS.C1.26 2BIS.C1.21 2BIS.C1.27 Accounting Accounting Administration of Justice Administration of Justice Art & Design (Design Emphasis) Art & Design (Studio 2D) Art & Design (Studio 3D) Automotive Technology (Drivetrain & Chassis) Automotive Technology (Fuel & Electrical) Automotive Technology (Advanced Automotive Training) Automotive Technology (Fuel & Electrical) Automotive Technology (American Honda) Automotive Technology (Drivetrain & Chassis) Automotive Technology (Basic Skills Entry-Level) Automotive Technology (Engine Service) Business Administration BIS (Information Processing Specialist) BIS (Digital Media Design Specialist) BIS (General Business) BIS (Information Processing Specialist) BIS (Digital Media Design Specialist) BIS (General Business) BIS (Accounting Specialist) BIS (Administrative Assistant) BIS (Bookkeeping Assistant) BIS (Business Systems Assistant) BIS (Computer Application Specialist) BIS (Computer Systems Assistant) BIS (Digital Media Design Specialist) BIS (General Business Assistant) 2BIS.C1.22 2BIS.C1.17 2BIS.C1.25 2CADD.AS.1 2CADD.C1.3 2CADD.C1.1 2CADD.C1.2 2CHEM.AA.1 2COMS.C1.1 2CIT.AS.1 2CIT.C1.4 2CIT.C1.5 2CIT.C1.8 2CIT.C1.9 2ENGR.AS.1 2ENGR.AA.1 2ENGL.AA.1 2GEN.AA.1 2ART.C1.1 2LA.AA.1 2LA.AS.1 2LA.C2.1 2LE.C2.1 2MUS.C1.1 2NURS.AS.1 2PERF.C1.1 2PSYCH.AA.1 2IGETC.AA.1 2CSU.AA.1 2HIST.C1.1 2UND BIS (Information Processing Specialist) BIS (Legal Office Assistant) BIS (Medical Office Assistant) Computer Aided Design & Drafting AutoCAD Mechanical CADD Mechanical Drafting and Design Chemistry Communication Studies CIT CIT (Unix System Administration) CIT (Oracle Database Administration) CIT (Oracle Applications Developer) CIT (Web Programming) Engineering Engineering English General Studies Jewelry Legal Assistant/Paralegal Legal Assistant/Paralegal Legal Assistant/Paralegal Law Enforcement/Police Academy Music Nursing Performing Arts Psychology University of California (IGETC) Studies California State University Studies Women's Studies Undecided

EVERGREEN VAllEY COllEGE

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AA Associate in Arts Degree LEGEND AS Associate in Science Degree C3 Certificate of Achievement (30 + units) C2 Certificate of Specialization Level II (18-29.5 units) C1 Certificate of Specialization Level I (6-17.5 units)

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A PPLICATION FOR A DMISSION

Term & College for which you are applying: Check ONE college only

San Jose/Evergreen Community College District FALL SPRING SUMMER 20

OFFICE USE ONLY

Colleague ID # Date Initials

NAME

LAST

Evergreen Valley College

San José City College

If you plan on taking classes at BOTH colleges within this District, make sure you have a current application AT EACH COLLEGE

1 Legal Name

Last Name First Name Middle Initial

2 Address

Number & Street City State Apt. Number

FIRST

Zip Code

3 Telephone Number Home 5 Social Security Number

Other 6 Birth Date

4 Origin

Walk-In

Mail

(Necessary for Financial Aid applicants)

MM

DD

YY

Returning Student's / ID # 7 Ethnic Background A AA AC AI AJ AK Asian African/American Asian/Chinese Asian/Indian Asian/Japanese Asian/Korean Male Female AL AM AV AX C FI H Asian/Laotian Asian/Cambodian Asian/Vietnamese Asian/Other Caucasian/Non-Hispanic Filipino Hispanic 9 E-Mail Address CODE 11 Major/Academic Program If undecided, temporarily choose GENMJ.AS.1 (SJCC ONLY). See CODE SHEET - Application CANNOT be processed without an academic program. HCA HM HSA HX NA OTH P Hispanic/Central America His/Mex Hisp/Amer Hispanic/South America Hispanic/Other Native American Other Non-White Pacific Islander PACG PACH PACS PACX UNK XD Pac Islander/Guam Pac Islander/Hawaiian Pac Islander/Samoa Pac Islander/Other Unknown Declined to State

M.I.

8 Gender

10 Type of Applicant Check if you are: Student Applicant (SAP) Employee Applicant (EMA)

12 Admit Status (Fill in the one which best applies to you) N I am attending college for the first time after high school. TR I am attending this college for the first time but have attended or am now attending another college. RS I am returning to this college after an absence of one or more terms. HS I plan to enroll in college while still in high school. (Form R-40 required) JS I plan to enroll in college while still in K-8. (Form R-42 required) 13 Student's Educational Goal (Choose One) A B C D E F G H Earn an Associate Degree and transfer Transfer to a four-year college without an Associate Degree Earn an Associate Degree without transferring Earn a Vocational Degree without transferring Earn a Vocational Certificate without transferring Discover/formulate career interests/plans/goals Prepare for a new career (acquire job skills) Advance in current job/career (update job skills) I J K L M X Maintain certificate or license (e.g. Nursing, Cosmetology) Educational development (intellectual, cultural) Improve basic skills in English, Reading and Math Complete credits for high school diploma or GED Undecided on goal Unreported/Uncollected goal (Office use only)

14 Do you qualify for Veteran's Benefits? (Choose one) yes no

15 Language most frequently Spoken/Written: (Choose one - optional) English Spanish Tagalog Vietnamese Chinese Other

If yes:

Self

As a Dependent

SAMPlE APPlICATION

16 Fill in the categories that are of interest to you: 1 2 3 4 5 Financial Aid Assistance Child Care Services Disabled Student Services Transfer Center Services Job/Career Assistance 6 7 8 9 10 Basic Skills Assistance Tutoring Assistance English as a Second Language (ESL) Extended Opportunity Program & Services (EOP&S) Student Government & Activities 11 12 13 14 15 16

specify

Latino Student Special Programs African-American Special Programs Intercollegiate Athletic Programs Asian-Pacific Special Programs Accelerated Transfer Programs Sport

Specify

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Institutional History (HS)

High School Last Attended From years

to

City years

State

HIGH SCHOOL CODE (see CODE table)

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Institutional History (Coll)

College Last Attended From

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years years Graduation type: (Check the type that best describes your highest educational background) 0 1 Not a graduate of, and no longer enrolled in high school Special admit student currently enrolled in K-12th grades 2 3 Currently enrolled in adult high school Received a high school diploma 4 5 Passed GED/ certificate of equivalency Received Certificate of Cal. H.S. Proficiency 6 7 8

to

City

State

COLLEGE CODE (see CODE table)

Foreign secondary school diploma /Certificate of Graduation Received Associate's Degree Received Bachelor's Degree or higher

20 Residency Information State laws regulate student fees on the basis of California residence. This statement is a certification necessary to administer the laws. A Have you lived in California since birth? Yes, skip to question C.

OFFICE USE ONLY Residence Code Residence Date

No, list where you lived previously and the beginning and ending dates of your residence in that state or country. From year To year State/Country

No, but I am eligible for AB-540 status. B If you answered NO to question A, and you want to be considered a California resident for enrollment purposes, answer the residency questions in both sections below. What state do you consider as your permanent home? If California, when did your present stay begin (Month/Day/Year)? Are you an active member of the US military or a dependent? Are you a dependent of a parent who is a California resident? yes yes no no

Have you, or if you are under 19 years of age, have your parents, any time during the past two years: Registered to vote in a state other than California? Petitioned for divorce in another state? yes yes no no yes yes no no yes no

Been declared a non-resident of California for state income tax purposes? Attended an out-of-state institution as a resident of that other state? If YES, give the address C Citizenship Select ONE. US Citizen Permanent Immigrant A# (optional) Temporary Resident / Amnesty Refugee / Asylum

If you are unmarried and under 19 years of age, have you lived with one or both parents for the past two years at a California address?

Student Visa (F-1 or M-1) Other Status AB-540 Eligible (see Schedule for details) Applied/Issue Date

Read the following CAREFULLY before signing SIGNATURE REQUIRED I declare under penalty of perjury that the statements and information submitted in this Admissions Application are true and correct. I understand that all materials submitted by me for purposes of admission are true and correct. Falsification, withholding pertinent data or failure to report changes in residency or education status may result in District action. I understand that all materials submitted by me for purposes of admission become the property of the San Jose/Evergreen Community College District. In registering for future terms, I agree to provide true and correct information about any changes in my educational status.

SIGNATURE OF STUDENT OFFICE USE ONLY Residency Status Student Type Colleague ID# Application Status Incomplete NAE Accepted SHAP FINF Remarks PERC SPRO ASPR DADD PPIN SREP STRK STAL 1 1 Information entered by FC CSEA 2 2 INST 3 EMPL OST 4 3 IHSC OSTE Special Admit: 6 4 INT 5 OHSC (No SS#, Add ID# to DADD) DATE Date R-40 on file OHSH 7 REG R-42 on file

California Community Colleges 2008-2009 Board Of Governors Fee Waiver Application

This is an application to have your ENROLLMENT FEES WAIVED. This FEE WAIVER is for California residents only. If you need money to help with books, supplies, food, rent, transportation and other costs, please complete a FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) immediately. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information. The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or at the Financial Aid Office. Note: Students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition under Education Code Section 68130.5 (AB 540) are NOT California residents. If you are NOT a California resident, you are not eligible for a fee waiver. Do not complete this application. You may apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA. Name:

Last First Middle Initial

Student ID # Telephone Number: (______)

Email (if available): Home Address:

Street City Zip Code

Date of Birth:

_______/_______/_________ Yes No

Has the Admissions or Registrar's Office determined that you are a California resident?

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CALIFORNIA DOMESTIC PARTNER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ACT The California Domestic Partner Rights and Responsibilities Act extends new rights, benefits, responsibilities and obligations to individuals in domestic partnerships registered with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code. If you are in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP), you will be treated as an Independent married student to determine eligibility for this Enrollment Fee Waiver and will need to provide income and household information for your domestic partner. If you are a dependent student and your parent is in a Registered Domestic Partnership, you will be treated the same as a student with married parents and income and household information will be required for the parent's domestic partner. Note: These provisions apply to state student financial aid ONLY, and not to federal student financial aid. Are you or your parent in a Registered Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code? (Answer "Yes" if you or your parent are separated from a Registered Domestic Partner but have NOT FILED a Notice of Termination of Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State's Office.) Yes No If you answered "Yes" to the question above treat the Registered Domestic Partner as a spouse. You are required to include your domestic partner's income and household information or your parent's domestic partner's income and household information in Questions 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Student Marital Status: Single Married Divorced Separated Widowed Registered Domestic Partnership DEPENDENCY STATUS 1. Were you born before January 1, 1985? Yes No 2. As of today, are you married or in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP)? (Answer "Yes" if you are separated but not divorced or have not filed a termination notice to dissolve partnership.) Yes No 3. Do you have children who receive more than half of their support from you, or other dependents who live with you (other than your children and spouse/RDP) who receive more than half of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2009? Yes No 4. Are (a) both your parents deceased, or (b) are you (or were you until age 18) a ward/dependent of the court ? Yes No 5. Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or currently serving on active duty for purposes other than training? Yes No If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions 1 - 5, you are considered an INDEPENDENT student for enrollment fee waiver purposes and must provide income and household information about yourself (and your spouse or RDP if applicable). Skip to Question #8. If you answered "No" to all questions 1 - 5, complete the following questions: 6. If your parent(s) or his/her RDP filed or will file a 2007 U.S. Income Tax Return, were you, or will you be claimed on their tax return as an exemption by either or both of your parents? Will Not File Yes No 7. Do you live with one or both of your parent(s) and/or his/her RDP? Yes No If you answered "No" to questions 1 - 5 and "Yes" to either question 6 or 7, you must provide income and household information about your PARENT(S)/RDP. Please answer questions for a DEPENDENT student in the sections that follow. If you answered "No" or "Parent(s) will not file" to question 6, and "No" to question 7, you are a dependent student for all student aid except this enrollment fee waiver. You may answer questions as an INDEPENDENT student on the rest of this application, but please try to get your PARENT information and file a FAFSA so you may be considered for other student aid. You cannot get other student aid without your parent(s') information. METHOD A ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER 8. Are you (the student ONLY) currently receiving monthly cash assistance for yourself or any dependents from: TANF/CalWORKs? Yes No SSI/SSP (Supplemental Security Income/State Supplemental Program)? Yes No General Assistance? Yes No 9. If you are a dependent student, are your parent(s)/RDP receiving monthly cash assistance from TANF/CalWORKs or SSI/SSP as a primary source of income? Yes No If you answered "Yes" to question 8 or 9 you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER. Sign the Certification at the end of this form. You are required to show current proof of benefits. Complete a FAFSA to be eligible for other financial aid opportunities.

APPlY FOR FINANCIAl AID

METHOD B ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER 10. DEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your parent(s)/RDP household? (Include yourself, your parent(s)/RDP, and anyone who lives with your parent(s)/RDP and receives more than 50% of their support from your parents/RDP, now and through June 30, 2009.) _________ 11. INDEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your household? (Include yourself, your spouse/RDP, and anyone who lives with you and receives more than 50% of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2009.) ___________ 12. 2007 Income Information

DEPENDENT STUDENT: PARENT(S)/ RDP INCOME INDEPENDENT STUDENT: STUDENT ( & SPOUSE'S/ RDP) INCOME $ $ $

a. b.

Adjusted Gross Income (If 2007 U.S. Income Tax Return was filed, enter the amount from Form 1040, line 37; 1040A, line 21; 1040EZ, line 4). All other income (Include ALL money received in 2007 that is not included in line (a) above (such as TANF benefits, disability, Social Security, child support). TOTAL Income for 2007 (Sum of a + b)

$ $ $

The Financial Aid Office will review your income and let you know if you qualify for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER under Method B. If you do not qualify using this simple method, you should file a FAFSA. SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVERS 13. Do you have certification from the CA Department of Veterans Affairs that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver? Submit certification. Yes No 14. Do you have certification from the National Guard Adjutant General that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver? Submit certification. Yes No 15. Are you eligible as a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient? Submit documentation from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Yes No 16. Are you eligible as a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack? Submit documentation from the CA Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board. Yes No 17. Are you eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty? Submit documentation from the public agency employer of record. Yes No If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions from 13-17, you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER and perhaps other fee waivers or adjustments. Sign the Certification below. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions.

CERTIFICATION FOR ALL APPLICANTS: READ THIS STATEMENT AND SIGN BELOW I hereby swear or affirm, under penalty of perjury, that all information on this form is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. If asked by an authorized official, I agree to provide proof of this information, which may include a copy of my and my spouse/registered domestic partner and/or my parent's/registered domestic partner's 2007 U.S. Income Tax Return(s). I also realize that any false statement or failure to give proof when asked may be cause for the denial, reduction, withdrawal, and/or repayment of my waiver. I authorize release of information regarding this application between the college, the college district, and the Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges.

Applicant's Signature Date Parent Signature (Dependent Students Only) California Information Privacy Act State and federal laws protect an individual's right to privacy regarding information pertaining to oneself. The California Information Practices Act of 1977 requires the following information be provided to financial aid applicants who are asked to supply information about themselves. The principal purpose for requesting information on this form is to determine your eligibility for financial aid. The Chancellor's Office policy and the policy of the community college to which you are applying for aid authorize maintenance of this information. Failure to provide such information will delay and may even prevent your receipt of financial assistance. This form's information may be transmitted to other state agencies and the federal government if required by law. Individuals have the right of access to records established from information furnished on this form as it pertains to them. The officials responsible for maintaining the information contained on this form are the financial aid administrators at the institutions to which you are applying for financial aid. The SSN may be used to verify your identity under record keeping systems established prior to January 1, 1975. If your college requires you to provide an SSN and you have questions, you should ask the financial aid officer at your college for further information. The Chancellor's Office and the California community colleges, in compliance with federal and state laws, do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, domestic partnership or any other legally protected basis. Inquiries regarding these policies may be directed to the financial aid office of the college to which you are applying. Date

BOGFW-A TANF/CalWORKs GA SSI/SSP

BOGFW-B BOGFW-C

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Special Classification Veteran National Guard Dependent Medal of Honor 9/11 Dependent Dep. of deceased law enforcement/fire personnel

RDP

Student Parent

Student is not eligible

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APPlY FOR FINANCIAl AID

To Get Financial Aid, Just Follow the Dots

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PREPARE · Obtain PIN if necessary at www.pin.ed.gov · You will need yours and your parents (if dependent) income documentation

APPlY / RESEARCH · Complete FAFSA on the web at www.fafsa.ed.gov · Include EVC's school code on the application (012452) · Seek Scholarship opportunities: · www.fastweb.com · www.scholarships.com

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Financial Aid Office

WAIT · You will receive a SAR (Student Aid Report) · Review your SAR for accuracy · Make any necessary corrections if needed · You will also receive a request for documents from EVC's Financial Aid Office

COMPlETE APPlICATION Submit requested documents to EVC's Financial Aid Office

NOTIFICATION You will receive an award letter that details the financial aid funds you are eligible for

Fall 2008 Office Hours

Monday/Tuesday/Thursday: 8:00am - 4:30pm Wednesday: 8:00am - 7:00pm Friday: 8:00am - 1:00pm

Address: 3095 Yerba Buena Road, San Jose, CA 95135 location: Student Services Center, SC123 Phone: 408.270.6460 E-mail: [email protected] Federal School Code: 012452 Services available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese

SEE PAGE 8 FOR ADDITIONAl INFORMATION ABOUT FINANCIAl AID

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Online Registration for NEW MyWeb or WebReg Users

1 Log on to any one of three Web sites: · http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org (direct access)

· www.evc.edu (click MyWeb on the left navigation pane) · www.sjcc.edu (click on MyWeb)

REGISTER FOR ClASSES

2 Click on the STuDENT LOGIN button at the top of the screen. 3 Click on FIRST TIME uSER button. last name your social 4 Type in yourassigned to and eitheradmission tosecurity number or colleague (student) ID number you upon the college. 5 Click on SuBMIT button. Name will appear at the the page in This is for privacy 6 Your user to prevent other studentstopaofpublic settingsmall lettering.this confidential informapurposes in from viewing

tion. Make a note of this user name for your future reference. Your user name is the first two characters of your first and last name, plus the last 4 digits of your Colleague (Student) ID number. For example: Student = Wyatt Earp Colleague ID = 0078459 user Name = wyea8459

7 Click on LOGIN button to return to the main login page. 8 Go to "Frequent users". 9 Type in your user Name. as follows for first time usage: For 10 1 Typeinintoyour Password,password will be your date of birth. security reasons, theisfirst time you23, log MyWeb, your IE: If your birth date December

1980, you would type in 122380.

11 1 Click on SuBMIT button. to their password. password has expired" 12 1 All First Time users will be promptedYouchange required to make"Yourchange of password message will appear on the screen. will be this

at this time. Be sure you select a password that is unique to you, in accordance with the instructions on the screen, but easy for you to remember. The password has to contain both letters and numbers (alpha-numeric), no less than six letters.

We recommend that you make a note of your user Name and Password, but keep this note in a secure area. Do not share your user Name and Password with anyone. The information that you will view on the Web is confidential to you as the student and is protected by a Federal Law known as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). For more information regarding this law, use the college catalog to view all of your rights as a student. you logged in, you 13 1 Whenon thehave successfullyto view or use. will see the "Student Menu" prompt. Click option you wish

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Online Registration for RETURNING MyWeb or WebReg Users

1 Log on to http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org. 2 Click on the STuDENT LOGIN button at the top of the screen. 3 Type in your user Name, as identified to you the first time you used MyWeb or WebReg. your Password exactly selected 4 Type inName and Password are as yousensitive). it the first time you used MyWeb or WebReg (user case 5 Click on SuBMIT button. will now be 6 Youview or use. at the STuDENT MENu prompt. Click open the option you wish to

FORGOT YOUR USER NAME?

REGISTER FOR ClASSES

1 Follow Steps 1 through 9 for new users on the previous page. 2 Type in your password. 3 After typing in your user Name and Password, click on SuBMIT.

FORGOT YOUR PASSWORD?

click where 1 under Frequent users,password. it says to "click here to reset." This will begin the process to reset your will require that you last 2 The next screenNumber or Colleaguetype in yourdigit name and either your Social Security (Student) 7 ID number. Click on SuBMIT. automatically resetting passwords you 3 The process ofon file with Admissions and Records.requires thaton thehave your email address Drill down box for "Send my temporary password to this email address." which you want 4 Select the email address tothan 5 minutes. your temporary password sent. The process will take less box is blank, have 5 If the email addressand Records" youupdatenot provided the college with your address. Go to "Admissions to this information. temporary password via email, go to MyWeb 6 After you have received youryour user Name and Temporary Password. STuDENT LOG IN and enter

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Phone Registration (STAReg)

REGISTER FOR ClASSES

1 Call 408-223-0300. 2 After the voice prompt, select option 1 for Registration. 3 Select 1 to enter your Social Security Number or 2 to enter your Student ID Number. 4 After prompt, enter your 6-digit PIN Number (this will be your date of birth).

Example: Your birthdate is April 15, 1977, so your PIN will be 041577 the 5 Selectenterterm you wish to register: · 1 to a new course · 2 to delete a course · 3 to review your schedule · 4 to accept your schedule

REGISTER FOR ClASSES

will to the 6 Youvoicebe asked forenter a course number. ItIniscase 5-digit registration ID number. Listen to all prompts additional instructions. any of your chosen classes are closed,

have alternate courses available. For variable unit courses, you will be asked to enter the number of units you want to add. use the * key for a decimal point and press # key at the end. Example: For a 1 unit class, enter 1# and for a 1.5 unit class, enter 1*5#

EXAMPLE:

Reg ID # #08022

Sec. No. 101 lEC

Course Name English 104

Day MWF

Time 0800-0850AM

Units 3

location EVC

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stareg help

M-Th 9am-6pm | F 9am-1pm 408.223.0300 Hearing impaired students can register through the STAReg phone number via California Relay Services 1.800.735.2922 or 1.888.877.5379 For problems with your password, please contact ITSS: 408.270.6441

-------- -------- -------------------- -------- ------------------ ------ -------- ALTERNATE COuRSES -------- -------- -------------------- -------- ------------------ ------ -------- -------- -------- -------------------- -------- ------------------ ------ --------

select main 7 To complete your registration transaction(s), you mustthis stepOPTION 4 from thelose allmenu, ACCEPT SCHEDuLE AND FILE IT. Failure to complete will cause you to your session transactions. At the conclusion of step 7, you will hear your account balance. Payments can be made online by credit card, mailed to the address below, or made in person at the EVC Business Office, AC115. Please refer to the Fee Schedule for payment deadlines. Evergreen Valley College Business Services Office 3095 Yerba Buena Road San Jose, CA 95135-1598

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Fee Worksheet ­ Summer 2008

use this worksheet to calculate your fees for Summer 2008. Fees subject to change. 1. Enrollment Fees: $20.00 per unit. _______ units times $20.00 = _________ 2. Material Fees ­ Charges Vary 3. Tuition for Non-Residents 4. Student Representative Fee 5. Student Center Fee, $ 1.00 - $ 5.00 Add 1 through 5 _________

$183.00 $ 1.00

_________ TOTAl FEES = _________

Payments can be made online at http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org, or call STAReg 408.223.0300. use your credit card, or mail a check with your student ID number to the address below (please do NOT send cash) or pay in person at the Office of Admissions and Records. Evergreen Valley College Business Services Office 3095 Yerba Buena Road San Jose, Ca 95135-1598

PAY YOUR FEES

Fee Worksheet ­ Fall 2008

use this worksheet to calculate your fees for Fall 2008. Fees subject to change. 1. Enrollment Fees: $20.00 per unit. _______ units times $20.00 = _________ 2. Health Fee 3. Student Activity Fee/ASB Stickers 4. Material Fees ­ Charges Vary 5. Tuition for Non-Residents 6. Student Representative Fee 7. Student Center Fee, $ 1.00 - $ 5.00 Add 1 through 7

$16.00 $5.00

_________

$191.00 $ 1.00

_________ TOTAl FEES = _________

Payments can be made online at http://MyWeb.sjeccd.org, or call STAReg 408.223.0300. use your credit card, or mail a check with your student ID number to the address below (please do NOT send cash) or pay in person at the Office of Admissions and Records. Evergreen Valley College Business Services Office 3095 Yerba Buena Road San Jose, Ca 95135-1598

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How to Buy Your Books

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GET A PRINTOUT OF YOUR SCHEDUlE Once you have registered for your classes, obtain a printout of your schedule and bring this with you to the campus store which is located on the 2nd floor of the Gullo Student Center.

COME TO THE CAMPUS STORE The campus store will be able to assist you in identifying the exact books that your instructors have identified as required and recommended reading.

OR ORDER ONlINE You can also order your books online by visiting the Campus Store website at http://campusstore.evc.edu/home.aspx. Students may pick up their books at the Campus Store.

kEEP YOUR RECEIPT Make sure to keep your original sales receipt. Original receipts are required for all refunds.

TO GET A REFUND · Bring original receipt · Items to be returned should be intact and in original package · Return items within two business days, except for those you are returning as a result of dropped or cancelled classes · If you are returning books because you dropped the class or it was cancelled, you can return them anytime during the first two weeks of classes (documentation that the class has been dropped or cancelled will be required) See complete refund policy on page 13.

BUY YOUR BOOkS

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FOR FINANCIAl ASSISTANCE Financial Assistance to purchase your books is available through a variety of sources. There are book vouchers, book loans, grants and books that can be checked out. This information will be posted in Admissions and Records two weeks prior to the start of classes.

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How to Find Your Class

Finding your classroom is unquestionably the most important thing you need to do when classes begin. If you have time before the semester starts, we strongly encourage you to come to campus and find your classrooms. You'll have plenty of time, and you won't have to run around frantically trying to find a room on the first day of class.

1 2

2R RF241

Building Hallway Room Number

(2 indicates 2nd floor)

FINd tHE CAmPuS--EVC oR SJCC Classrooms numbers are listed on the schedule and look like the example shown to the left. The digit 2 in the first column stands for Evergreen Valley College. If you see a 1 that means your class is at San José City College. If you printed your schedule from MyWeb, the section number will tell you which college. For example, 201 is at EVC, 107 is at SJCC.

FIND THE BUIlDING The letter or letters that follow tell you which building the classroom is in: A: Acacia OFC: Off campus class GYM: Gymnasium R: Roble YB: Yerba Buena High School SSC or SC: Student Services Center C: Cedro PE: Physical Education LE: Library/Educational Technology Center S: Sequoia P: Portables TC: Tennis Courts Off-campus sites are listed in the printed schedule of classes on page 128

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FIND THE ROOM The room numbering system in Cedro and Sequoia is just what you'd expect: room C204 is on the second floor, and room S105 is on the first floor. The numbering scheme for Roble and Acacia is a little different. It's not as tough as it looks--once you find a room you'll understand the system perfectly. The building letter is followed by a hallway letter or number, then the floor number.

Hallway numbers and letters are displayed near the ceiling.

IF THE ClASS ISN'T THERE If you go to the room that's on your schedule, and you find a different class, or nobody there, there are two possibilities: · You're at the right room on the wrong day. Every semester, people with a Monday/Wednesday class go to the classroom on Tuesday and find a different class in session. If this happens to you, don't feel bad. You aren't the first person to do this, and you certainly won't be the last. · The class has had a room change. Look for a room change notice on the door. If there's no notice, you can check with the people at the Green Jacket information booths; they have a list of room changes. If a room change isn't on the list, you may need to go to the Dean's office to find out where the class meets.

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FIND A DEAN'S OFFICE · Business and Workforce Development: S131 · English andLanguage Arts: RE206 · Counseling and Matriculation: SC230 · Math, Science, and Engineering: AE131 · Social Science, Humanities, Arts, and PE: RE206

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Accounting

ACCTG 020 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Prerequisite: BUS 001 or ACCTG 101 or (MATH 011A or 011R or 011S or 012), all with C or better Corequisite: ACCTG 200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Introductory financial accounting for all transfer majors in business, information systems, and accounting. CAN Num: BUS2 CAN Seq: BUSSEQA MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

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ART 024 - BEGINNING DRAWING

Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the fundamental elements and compositional principles of drawing. CAN Num: ART8 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45560 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0900-1015AM RF141 1015-1255PM RF141 LAZO, R LAZO, R

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ART 090 - ART APPRECIATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Study artifacts of Western culture from earliest times to present. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

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ACCTG 200 - SUPERVISED SKILLS ACQUISITION LABORATORY

Corequisite: ACCTG 020 or 021 or 30 or 101 To provide supplemental supervised practice for students in Accounting courses.

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ART 091 - SURVEY OF ART HISTORY PREHISTORIC THROUGH GOTHIC

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Illustrated survey of the history of art from prehistoric times through the Middle Ages.

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Administration of Justice

AJ 010 - INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Intro and overview of criminal justice system and processes: law enforcement, corrections and courts CAN Num: AJ2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

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Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 3 Math: None Illustrated survey of the history of art from the early Italian Renaissance to the present day.

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AJ 011 - CRIMINAL LAW

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Foundations of criminal law; crimes against persons and property; punishments. CAN Num: AJ4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

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Astronomy

For other course offerings in the Physical Sciences, see Chemistry, Environmental Science, Oceanography, Physics, Physical Science.

ASTRO 010 - INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY

Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Origin of the solar system, birth/death of stars, structure/evolution of galaxies and the universe. 5.0

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0600-0835PM S140 45235 201 LEC TWTH Note: #45235 It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/ internet literate. Course also includes an optional Honors component. Contact instructor for information. BATALHA, C

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Anatomy

ANAT 001 - HUMAN ANATOMY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 This course is a detailed survey of the structure of the human body.

(Jun 30 to Aug 21) 1140-0100PM 45165 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0130-0435PM 1140-0100PM 48014 202 LEC MTWTH Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 202 LAB MTWTH 0830-1135AM Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. S160 S124 S160 S124 TOYOSHIMA, J TOYOSHIMA, J TOYOSHIMA, J TOYOSHIMA, J

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Automotive Technology

EVC's Automotive Department offers two AS degree programs: Drivetrain and Chassis, Fuel and Electrical. Certificates of Specialization include: Engine Service, Drivetrain & Chassis, Fuel & Electrical, American Honda, and Advanced Automotive Training. For details on these degrees and certificates, see your counselor or inquire at the Division office (RE 206). Further information is also available by calling 270-6700, Ext. 6647 or 270-6434.

AUTO 147 - BAR UPDATE TRAINING AND RECERTIFICATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Recommended Preparation: AUTO 102 and/or prior engine performance training and/or experience. Recommended for current or prior Smog Licensees or those seeking licensure. BAR Update Training and Recertification.

(Aug 19 to Aug 23) 48000 201 LEC #48000 meets on the following days: Tuesday 6:00 - 10:05PM Lecture Thursday 6:00 - 10:05PM Lecture Saturday 8:00 - 3:15PM Lecture Saturday 3:15 - 4:10PM Lab A7131 MORGAN, K

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AUTO 102 - AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS

Recommended: 3 units of Math 310 with CR or placement based on Math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This class covers vehicle systems and prepares students for advanced auto classes. MATERIAL FEE: $7.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0830-0945AM AF160 46398 201 LEC MTWTH #46398 Instructors: Carey, M. and Morgan, K. 201 LAB MTWTH 0950-1230PM AF160 #46398 Instructors: Carey, M. and Morgan, K. 47199 202 LEC MTWTH 202 LAB MTWTH 0600-0715PM AF160 0720-1000PM AF160 MORGAN, K MORGAN, K

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AUTO 170 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Prerequisite: Auto 102 with a grade of C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 An introduction to electrical/electronics systems utilized in modern automobiles and light trucks. 2.0 MATERIAL FEE: $10.00

(Jun 16 to Aug 13) 46401 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 0600-0735PM A7131 0745-1020PM A7131 BERGHOLDT, B BERGHOLDT, B

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AUTO 125 - AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS

Prerequisite: Auto 170 with grade of C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Recommended Preparation: Auto 118, 122, 127, 129. This course explores the application of electronic components and systems within a modern vehicle.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46399 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0600-0805PM A7131 0810-1015PM A7131 VANHAGEN, E VANHAGEN, E

Biology

For other course offerings in Biological Sciences, see Anatomy, Anatomy & Physiology, Botany, Environmental Science, Microbiology, Natural Science, Oceanography, Physiology.

BIOL 020 - HUMAN BIOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Survey of human biology covering form and function intended for non-majors.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1015-1220PM AC162 45166 201 LEC MTWTH Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 201 LAB MTWTH 0800-1005AM S129 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. DORSA, G DORSA, G DORSA, G DORSA, G MORALES, R MORALES, R

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AUTO 132 - INDIVIDUALIZED SKILLS TRAINING LAB

Open Curriculum*: No prerequisite or levels. Declared Automotive major. This course allows Automotive Students to complete Honda Individualized Training Modules.

(Jun 3 to Jun 13) 46400 201 LAB MTWTHF 0800-0425PM AE142 AMES, D

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BIOL 061 - HUMAN HEREDITY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 A general education, non-lab, Biology course covering interesting aspects of genetics and heredity.

(Jun 23 to Jul 24) 45169 201 LEC MTWTH 0830-1050AM S160 BAKER, J

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Business

BUS 060 - FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS STATISTICS

Prerequisite: MATH 013 with C or better grade or placement based on MATH assessment Recommended: MATH 061 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will learn how to collect and use statistics to solve Business problems. CAN Num: STAT2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) Accelerated 0530-0940PM CCCH 47730 201 LEC TTH #47730 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building GEE, H

Business Information Systems

3.0

EVC OFFERS THREE AA/AS DEGREE PROGRAMS PLUS CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: General Business, Digital Media Design, and Information Processing. CERTIFICATES OF SPECIALIZATION INCLUDE: Accounting Specialist, General Business Specialist, Information Processing Specialist, Digital Media Design Specialist, Computer Applications Specialist, Medical Office Assistant, Administrative Assistant, Legal Office Assistant, Bookkeeping Assistant, Business Systems Assistant, Computer System Assistant. For more information concerning Programs and Certificates, call (408) 274-7900, ext. 6628.

BIS 003 - ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Learn to use the electronic calculator to solve business problems accurately. 3.0

46358 201 LAB MW 46362 202 LAB TTH (Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1230-0440PM R4233 1230-0440PM R4233 SNAPP, M SNAPP, M

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BUS 071 - LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course covers laws and regulations affecting business including legal concepts and cases. CAN Num: BUS12 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46378 201 LEC MTWTH 1015-1220PM C209 GEE, H LASHLEY, L Accelerated 0530-0940PM CCCH 46379 202 LEC MW #46379 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building

BIS 011A - COMPUTER KEYBOARDING

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Students learn proper keyboarding skills to build speed and accuracy for high productivity. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46373 201 LAB MW 46374 202 LAB TTH 1230-0440PM R4231 1230-0440PM R4231 SNAPP, M SNAPP, M

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BUS 082 - INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 2 An introductory course to business functions and practices in the context of the global environment

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46380 201 LEC MTWTH 0800-1005AM C209 GEE, H LAHAI, M Accelerated 0530-0940PM CCCH 46381 202 LEC TTH #46381 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building

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BIS 011B - COMPUTER KEYBOARDING & DOCUMENT FORMATTING

Prerequisite: BIS 011A Advisory Level: Read: 1 Write: None Math: None Students develop word processing, formatting, and production skills necessary in the work environment. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46375 201 LAB MW 46376 202 LAB TTH 1230-0440PM R4231 1230-0440PM R4231 SNAPP, M SNAPP, M

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BIS 017 - MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Learn terminology used in the healthcare field. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46363 201 LAB MW 46365 202 LAB TTH 1230-0440PM R4233 1230-0440PM R4233 SNAPP, M SNAPP, M

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BIS 039 - PROFESSIONAL IMAGE

Prerequisite: None Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Learn how to dress professionally for the business world.

(Jun 9 to Jun 13) 46367 201 LEC MTWTHF 0900-1215PM C102 SANTOS, S

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BIS 050A - MICROSOFT EXCEL CORE REVIEW

Recommended: BIS 102B or knowledge of MS Excel. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist certification exam for MS Excel Core. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46359 201 LAB MW 46360 202 LAB TTH 1230-0440PM R4233 1230-0440PM R4233 SNAPP, M SNAPP, M

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BIS 157 - PROOFREADING

Advisory Level: Read: 1 Write: 1 Math: None Enhance your skills in written communications-learn to edit and proofread documents. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46372 201 LAB TTH 1230-0235PM R4233 SNAPP, M

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Chemistry

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NOTE: All Chemistry students are required to provide their own OSHA approved safety goggles, available at the EVC Campus Store. For other course offerings in the Physical Sciences, see Astronomy, Environmental Science, Oceanography, Physics, Physical Science.

BIS 091 - INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION PROCESSING

Corequisite: BIS 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write:2 Math: None This course covers the basic concepts and terminology in computers and information technology. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 14) 46361 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0900-1140AM RF234 1140-1235PM RF234 (Jun 16 to Jul 25) Internet Online 46388 202 INTERNET #46388 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend ONE of the two scheduled orientation sessions at the following times: Monday, June 16 from 5:30-7:00PM in RF234 Tuesday, June 17 form 5:30-7:00PM in RF234 Students will be required to come on campus for the final exam. Email your instructor with any questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. NOTE: BIS200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES SHANER, C MORGAN, V MORGAN, V

CHEM 015 - FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

Prerequisite: MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 012 or MATH 011S; all with C or better or equivalent. Recommended: MATH 013 may be taken prior to or concurrent with CHEM 015. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Fundamentals of chemistry for students interested in enrolling in CHEM-001A. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1015-1220PM AF231 45173 201 LEC MTWTH Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 201 LAB MTWTH 0800-1005AM AD221 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 45174 202 LEC MTWTH 202 LAB MTWTH 1015-1220PM AF231 1230-0235PM AD221 VALENTIN, J VALENTIN, J VALENTIN, J VALENTIN, J

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CHEM 030A - INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY

Prerequisite: MATH-011A or MATH-011R or MATH-011S or MATH-012, mininum grade C. Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introductory chemistry for non-majors meeting GE requirements in r physical science with lab. CAN Num: XXXXXX CAN Seq: CHEMSEQB

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1015-1130AM AD211 45175 201 LEC MTWTH Note: #45175 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. Do not miss the first lab meeting. SNAPP, M SNAPP, M 201 LAB MTWTH 0800-1005AM AC160 Note: #45175 includes an online component. It is BROWN, B BROWN, B

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BIS 115 - KEYBOARDING SPEED & ACCURACY IMPROVEMENT

Prerequisite: BIS 11A or previous keyboarding experience. Achieve your fastest keyboarding speed in the shortest possible time and improve your accuracy rate. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46369 201 LAB MW 46370 202 LAB TTH 1230-0440PM R4233 1230-0440PM R4233

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BIS 156 - PUNCTUATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Learn to spot punctuation errors quickly and submit error-free documents. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46371 201 LAB MW 1230-0235PM R4233 SNAPP, M

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Civil Engineering Technology

CET 141 - BOUNDARY CONTROL AND LEGAL PRINCIPLES

Prerequisite: None Corequisite: ENGR 061 (or equivalent) Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Knowledge and application of legal principles and court cases to land survey and boundry control.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45177 201 LEC TTH 0500-0910PM AB134 GEE, G

Computer and Information Technology

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Communication Studies

COMS 010 - INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Provides an understanding of interpersonal communication skills with emphasis on in-class discussion. CAN Num: SPCH8 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 2 to Jun 26) 45564 201 LEC MTWTH 1230-0335PM C202 ROWE, K

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CIT 010 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Corequisite: CIT 200 Recommended: Math 11A or 11R or 11S or 12 or 12L or placement based on Math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 2 This course covers the basic concepts and terminology in computers and information technology. Note: This course equal to EVC BIS 091 and SJCC CIS 041 MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 14) 46385 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0900-1140AM RF234 1140-1235PM RF234 (Jun 16 to Jul 25) MORGAN, V MORGAN, V

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COMS 020 - ORAL COMMUNICATION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop skills for public speaking, writing research outlines, rhetorical theory and criticism. CAN Num: SPCH4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

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Internet Online 46387 202 INTERNET #46387 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend ONE of the two scheduled orientation sessions at the following times: Monday, June 16 from 5:30-7:00PM in RF234 Tuesday, June 17 form 5:30-7:00PM in RF234 Students will be required to come on campus for the final exam. Email your instructor with any questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course.

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COMS 040 - INTRODUCTION TO ARGUMENTATION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Logical arguments, critical listening, analytical thinking through speeches, cases, debates, briefs. CAN Num: SPCH6 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

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COMS 045 - SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Theory and practice in group dynamics and its rela communication process.

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Computer Individual Instruction

COURSES PREVIOUSLY OFFERED AS CIS ARE NOW BEING OFFERED AS CII. CII provides a self-paced, individualized study program for students with limited levels of computer experience. CII prepares students so they have the computer skills that are required to work on class assignments. All CII students will attend one weekly group meeting in LE204. For Fall 2008 CII Group Meetings: Monday 1:45 - 2:35pm Tuesday 6:45 - 7:35pm Wednesday 10:45 - 11:35 am Thursday 10:45 - 11:35 am or 6:45 - 7:35pm Friday 10:00 - 11:00am Saturday 10:30 - 11:30am In addition, the labs are open Monday-Thursday from 8:00AM - 4:00PM

CII 235 - INTRODUCTORY WINDOWS

This computer course teaches students introductory Windows skills using individualized instruction.

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DANCE 020 - JAZZ DANCE, BEGINNING

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels. Study of Jazz Dance theory and technique through lecture, demonstration and practice. No experience necessary.

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DANCE 021 - JAZZ DANCE, INTERMEDIATE CII 205 - INTRODUCTORY KEYBOARDING

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CII 215 - INTRODUCTORY WORD PROCESSING

Introduction to word processing for beginning students.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 47824 201 BY ARRG LE204 BRASHARES, W

ECON 010A - PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMIC THEORY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 The Organization of the Economic Order with Emphasis on Macroeconomics. CAN Num: ECON2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

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CII 220 - INTRODUCTORY EMAIL AND INTERNET

This course teaches students to navigate the Internet and to create, receive, and send email.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 47825 201 BY ARRG LE204 BRASHARES, W

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ECON 010B - INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMIC THEORY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 The Organization of the Economic Order with emphasis on Microeconomics. CAN Num: ECON4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46391 201 LEC MTWTH BRASHARES, W 1015-1220PM C102 RISSO, M

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CII 225 - INTRODUCTORY SPREADSHEET

Introductory spreadsheet skills are learned in an individualized lab.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 47826 201 BY ARRG LE204

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CII 230 - INTRODUCTORY PRESENTATIONS

This introductory computer course teaches students computer presentation skills.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 47827 201 BY ARRG LE204 BRASHARES, W

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English

FINAL EXAMINATIONS FOR SELECTED ENGLISH COURSES: All EVC students enrolled in English 1A, 1B, 102, 104, or 330 are required to take a department final exam on July 24 from 1:00-3:00PM. English 102 and 322 Labs are located after the English section under: English (XENGL) 102, 322 Labs

ENGL 102 - COLLEGE READING

Prerequisite: ESL 302 or ENGL 322 and (ENGL 330 or 335) or Read 301 and (ENGL 330 or 335); all with CR or C or better or placement based on assessment. Corequisite: XENGL-102L The required XENGL co-requisites are found at the end of this English section. Enhances reading and study skills using academic materials in a variety of disciplines.

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ENGL 001A - ENGLISH COMPOSITION

Prerequisite: Continuing students must complete [(ENGL 104 or ENGL 092) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101 or READ 101S)] or ESL 091 or ESL 093; all with C or better. New students will be placed based on the results of assessment. Expository writing, critical reading, research techniques.

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ENGL 104 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION

Prerequisite: Engl 322 and (330 or 335) with CR or placement based on assessment Corequisite: XENGL-104L [The required XENGL corequisites are found at the end of this English section.] Develops competence in English through essay, analytical reading and laboratory work

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46234 201 201 46235 202 202 LEC LAB LEC LAB MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH 1015-1220PM 1230-0235PM 1230-0235PM 1015-1220PM LE209 LE209 C101A SC116 SILVER, W SILVER, W MARVIN, T MARVIN, T AYTCH, K

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ENGL 001B - ENGLISH COMPOSITION

Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better Introduction to literature including fiction, drama, poetry, and the essay; emphasis: critical writing.

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ENGL 099 - GRAMMAR FOR WRITERS: WST PREPARATION

Prerequisite: Level 4 (Engl 001A, with a grade of C or higher). This course strengthens writing skills for upperdivision courses.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46232 201 LEC MTWTH 46233 202 LEC MTWTH 0600-0805PM C208 0330-0535PM C101A HAHN, R MARVIN, T

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ENGL 321 - FUNDAMENTALS OF READING

Open Curriculum*: An assessment test is required prior to 1st day of class Concurrent Enrollment in English 341 Recommended. Develops students' vocabulary, comprehension, and reading rate.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0745-0950AM A4213 46245 201 LEC MTWTH #46245 Instructors: Bolaris, V. & DeLaRosa, D.

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ENGL 321L - READING LABORATORY

Open Curriculum*: Concurrent or prior enrollment in ENGL-321. Concurrent Enrollment in English 341 Recommended. Strengthens vocabulary and comprehension skills.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1245-0150PM SC125 46246 201 LAB MTWTH #46246 Instructors: Bolaris, V. & DeLaRosa, D.

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XENGL 322L - ENGL MOCK LAB COREQ ENGL 322

[These are the required XENGL corequisites for ENGL-322.]

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0300-0405PM SC125 46251 201 LAB MTWTH 1245-0150PM SC125 46252 202 LAB MTWTH #46252 Instructors: Bolaris, B. & DeLaRosa, D. STAFF

0.0

ENGL 330 - IMPROVEMENT OF WRITING

Prerequisite: (3 units of ENGL 321 and ENGL 341) or 6 units of READ 350 or 6 units of ENGL 340S or (ESL 312 and 313); all with a CR or placement based on assessment. Corequisite: XENGL 330L [The required XENGL corequisites are found at the end of this English section.] Develop competence in writing standard English sentences, paragraphs and essays through class/lab work.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46238 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 1015-1220PM SC103 1225-0230PM SC116 EMBREE, J EMBREE, J AYTCH, K

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English as a Second Language

ESL 302 - INTRO. TO COLLEGE READING AND WRITING

Prerequisite: ESL 313 and ESL 312, both with CR or placement based on assessment. Corequisite: ESL 302L. 0.5 unit. This content-based course expands academic reading and writing skills two levels below English 001A.

(Jun 2 to Jul 24) 46258 201 LEC MTWTH 0800-1105AM R3312 STRICKLAND, H

*6.0

ESL 302L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

Corequisite: ESL-302 (concurrent enrollment in ESL-302 is required to be enrolled in ESL-302L) The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 302 course.

(Jun 2 to Jul 15) 46306 201 LAB MTWTH 1105-1155AM SC125 STRICKLAND, H

*0.5

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AYTCH, K

ENGL 341 - BASIC SENTENCE/PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT

Open Curriculum*: An assessment test is required prior to the first day of class. Develops beginning writing skills by focusing on word forms, grammar, basic sentences, and paragraphs.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46240 201 LEC MTWTH 1245-0250PM RF134 STAFF

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ESL 312 - INTRODUCTION TO THE ESSAY

Prerequisite: ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324, all with CR or appropriate ESL placement score. Corequisite: ESL 312L. Expands writing skills from paragraph to essays. ESL 312L is required.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46259 201 LEC MTWTH 0830-1155AM C208 JARDIN, K

*5.0

ESL 312L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

Corequisite: ESL 312 (concurrent enrollment in ESL-312 is required to be enrolled in ESL-312L). The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 312 course.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46307 201 BY ARRG SC125 STAFF

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English (XENGL) 102, 104, 322, 330 Labs

XENGL 102L - ENGL MOCK LAB COREQ ENGL 102

[These are the required XENGL corequisites for ENGL-102]

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0300-0405PM SC125 46249 201 LAB MTWTH 1245-0150PM SC125 46250 202 LAB MTWTH #46250 Instructors: Bolaris, V. & DeLaRosa, D. STAFF

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ESL 313 - INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING

Prerequisite: (ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324) all with a CR or placement based on assessment. This course develops college-level reading, critical thinking, and vocabulary skills.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46260 201 LEC MTWTH 0600-0805PM SC101 NGUYEN, L

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ESL 322 - PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT

Prerequisite: ESL 332 with CR or placement based on assessment Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in 323 or 324 or 327 is strongly recommended. Develops paragraph writing skills, using a variety of sentence types and methods of organization.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46261 201 LEC MTWTH 0830-1155AM AA232 BANH, P

*5.0

ESL 334 - BASIC LISTENING/SPEAKING 2

Prerequisite: ESL 344 or ESL 347 with CR, or placement by assessment. Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 332, ESL 333, and ESL 330L are recommended. Develops listening/speaking and cultural awareness at a low-intermediate level.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46265 201 LEC MTWTH 0600-0925PM R3312 LONGACRE, R

*5.0

ESL 323 - READING AND VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT

Prerequisite: ESL 333 with CR or placement based on assessment Expands reading, vocabulary, and readingbased speaking and writing skills at the intermediate level.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46268 201 LEC MTWTH 0600-0805PM AA222 STAFF

*3.0

ESL 345 - BASIC WRITING SKILLS 1

Open Curriculum*: Placement test required before registering. This course develops basic grammar and writing skills at a high beginning ESL level.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46266 201 LEC MTWTH 0830-1110AM PE107 GOKA, M

*4.0

ESL 346 - BASIC READING SKILLS 1

*4.0 Open Curriculum*: Placement test required before registering. This course develops basic reading and vocabulary skills at a high beginning ESL level.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46267 201 LEC MTWTH 0830-1035AM C203 BLACKWELL, M

*3.0

ESL 324 - LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Prerequisite: ESL 334 with CR or placement based on assessment Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 322 or 323 or 327) and ESL 320L is strongly recommended. Develops listening in academic contexts and speaking at an intermediate level.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46262 201 LEC MTWTH 47716 202 LEC MTWTH 0830-1110AM PE102A STAFF 0615-0855PM PE102 STAFF

ESL 347 - BASIC LISTENING AND SPEAKING 1

Open Curriculum*: Placement test is required before registering. This course develops basic listening comprehension and speaking skills at a high beginning ESL level.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25)

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ESL 332 - BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2

Prerequisite: ESL 342 with CR or better grade or placement based on assessment. Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in 0.5 unit of ESL Skills Development Lab is strongly recommended. Expands basic grammar and writing skills. Concurrent enrollment in ESL 330L is strongly recommended.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46263 201 LEC MTWTH 0830-1110AM AA222 VELEZ, M

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Environmental Science

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ENVIR 010 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Environmental Science meets GE lab science requirements in either biological or physical science.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45170 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0530-0735PM S127 0745-0950PM S127 ZAHIRI, N ZAHIRI, N GONZALEZ, A

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ESL 333 - BASIC READING SKILLS 2

Prerequisite: ESL 343 with CR or placement based on assessment. Expands basic reading, vocabulary, and readingbased speaking and writing skills.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46264 201 LEC MTWTH 0830-1035AM RF134 ROSE, S

*3.0

Enlace 202 LEC WTHF 1015-1255PM S127 #202 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. 202 LAB WTHF 0120-0400PM S127 #202 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll.

GONZALEZ, A

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Ethnic Studies

ETH 010 - INTRODUCTION TO ETHNIC STUDIES

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course examines the status of racial-ethnic minority groups in contemporary America.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1015-1220PM SC127 45583 201 LEC MTWTH #45583 Instructors: Tran, Tri and Villarreal, A. 0600-0805PM SC127 45585 202 LEC MTWTH #45585 Instructors: Tran, Tri and Villarreal, A.

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GUIDE 115 - COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION

Open Curriculum: No prerequisites, corequisite or levels Computer assisted basic academic and cognitive skills instruction for students with disabilities.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) Disabled Students Program 0930-0140PM SC119 47764 201 LAB TTH 1030-0240PM SC119 47765 202 LAB MW DELVEY, J DELVEY, J

*1.0

ETH 030 - CHICANA/O CULTURE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This survey course studies the development of Mexican-American culture in the U.S. Southwest.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45687 201 LEC MTWTH 0800-1005AM SC127 VILLARREAL, A

3.0

GUIDE 193 - NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Orients students to college resources, programs educational planning, college level study skills. 3.0

(Jun 16 to Jun 19) 47758 201 LEC MTWTH 1015-1155AM LE210 (Jun 23 to Jun 26) 0800-0940AM LE210 47759 202 LEC MTWTH #47759 New Student Orientation, Vietnamese (Jul 7 to Jul 10) TRAN, T 47760 203 LEC MTWTH 0800-0940AM LE210 (Jul 14 to Jul 17) 0800-0940AM LE210 47761 204 LEC MTWTH #47761 New Student Orientation, Spanish STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

*0.5

ETH 042 - ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN CULTURE/EXPERIENC

READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None This course covers the roots, migration, culture and experiences of Asian Pacific Americans.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45688 201 LEC MTWTH 1230-0235PM SC127

Family and Consumer Studies

FCS 019 - NUTRITION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The basic principles of nutrition, how the body uses food, nutrients and amounts needed are covered. CAN Num: FCS2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46395 201 LEC MW 0530-0940PM S160 CAHILL, K

3.0

(Jul 21 to Jul 24) 47762 205 LEC MTWTH 1015-1155AM LE210 (Aug 5 to Aug 7) 0900-1240PM AF141 47757 206 LEC TTH #47757 New Student Orientation EOPS/Vietnamese Disabled Students Program 0100-0440PM 47763 207 LEC TTH (Aug 18 to Aug 20) 0900-1240PM AF141 47756 208 LEC MW #47756 is designated to assist EOP&S students. This course is open to all students. LE, H STAFF

SALAK, R KAHN-LOMAX, C

FCS 050 - LIFE MANAGEMENT

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Equips learner with skills for successful decision making and interpersonal relationships

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46396 201 LEC MW 0530-0940PM S150 COLE, G

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History

HIST 001 - SURVEY OF AMERICAN HISTORY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A survey of American History conducted in a topical format.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45594 201 LEC MTWTH 0800-1005AM RE311 STAFF

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HIST 017A - HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None U.S. History from pre-colonial times to 1877. CAN Num: HIST8 CAN Seq: HISTSEQB

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45588 201 LEC MTWTH 45590 202 LEC MTWTH 45591 203 LEC MW 1015-1220PM RE311 0800-1005AM AD123 0600-1010PM RE311 STAFF STAFF STAFF

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Mathematics

MATH 011A - ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

Prerequisite: 3 units of MATH 310 or MATH 311 with CR, or placement based on math assessment. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Elementary algebra. 5.0

HIST 017B - HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None U.S. History from 1877 to present. CAN Num: HIST10 CAN Seq: HISTSEQB

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45601 201 LEC MTWTH 45603 202 LEC TTH 45605 203 LEC MTWTH 1015-1220PM AD123 0600-1010PM AD123 1230-0235PM AD123 STAFF HENDRICKS, D STAFF

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Enlace 203 LEC MTWTH 1015-0140PM C104 #203 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll.

Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies Program The Paralegal profession is one of the fastest growing job fields in the nation. Paralegals hold increasingly important positions at large and small law firms, Fortune 500 Corporate legal departments, government agencies, banks, real estate and insurance companies, nonprofit organizations and startup firms. Evergreen Valley College's Paralegal Studies Program prepares graduates to work as a "paralegal" or "legal assistant" under the educational standards set by California Business and Professions Code Section 6450. A student will qualify for an Associate of Arts Degree by completing all the core requirements with a "C" or better and the general education pattern of 39 units. A student will qualify for an Associate in Science Degree by completing all the core requirements with a grade of "C" or better and the general education pattern of 24 units and recommended electives to total 60 units. The Paralegal Studies Certificate prepares students for employment as a paralegal or legal assistant.

MATH 013 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

Prerequisite: MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 012 or MATH 011S or ELECT 121; all with C or better or placement based on assessment. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A second semester course in Algebra in preparation for transfer courses in math and science.

(Jun 9 to Aug 13) Accelerated 0530-0935PM CCCH 45185 205 LEC MW #45185 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building (Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0800-1125AM S150 45181 201 LEC MTWTH 0800-1125AM A6212 45182 202 LEC MTWTH 1130-0255PM AB201 45183 203 LEC MTWTH Note: #45183 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 1230-0355PM AC162 45184 204 LEC MTWTH CARROLL, B KNIGHT, R KY, T WOLFF, L MCCANDLESS, K BUTTERWORTH,

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LA 008 - LEGAL TERMINOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Learn legal terminology--knowledge and skills that are necessary in the legal field.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46392 201 LAB MW 46393 202 LAB TTH 1230-0440PM R4233 1230-0440PM R4233 SNAPP, M SNAPP, M

1.0

Internet Online 45186 206 INTERNET #45186 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory Course Orientation: Saturday, June 14 at 10:00AM in room AD143. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be purchasing the required online textbook at the orientation meeting and should not purchase a textbook prior to that time. Students are to bring a valid credit card (or credit card information) to purchase the online textbook. A valid photo ID will also be required.

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MATH 014 - GEOMETRY

Prerequisite: MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 012 or MATH 011S or MATH 101 or ELECT 121; all with C or better, or by qualifying score on the SJCC/EVC placement test. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A course in plane geometry emphasizing logical proofs.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45187 201 LEC MTWTH 45188 202 LEC MTWTH 0800-1005AM AB134 1015-1220PM AB134 BANERJEE, A HO, C

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MATH 063 - ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

Prerequisite: Math 013 or Elect 122 with C or better, or the equivalent. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course is an introduction to elementary statistics. CAN Num: STAT2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45217 45218 45223 45225 201 202 203 204 LEC LEC LEC LEC MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH 0800-1005AM 1145-0150PM 1145-0150PM 0600-0805PM C104 RD301 AD211 AB201 STAFF KY, T FULLER, G KIM, D KNIGHT, R

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MATH 021 - PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA

Prerequisite: (Math 013 or Elect 122) and Math 014; all with C or better or equivalent. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Meets the GE quantitative reasoning, CSU and AA college level math requirements. CAN Num: MATH10 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45189 201 LEC MTWTH 45190 202 LEC MTWTH 0800-1005AM AD211 1015-1220PM AD143 (Jun 19 to Jul 31) 45191 203 LEC MTWTHF 0745-0910AM OG #45191 is held at Oak Grove High School. 45192 204 LEC MTWTHF 0745-0910AM IND #45192 is held at Independence High School. STAMP, M BRONSON, R MUNDING, T MATUSOW, S

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Internet Online 45227 205 INTERNET #45227 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory Course Orientation: Saturday, June 14 at 12:00PM in room AD143. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be purchasing the required online textbook at the orientation meeting and should not purchase a textbook prior to that time. Students are to bring a valid credit card (or credit card orientation) to purchase the online textbook. A valid photo ID will be required.

MATH 022 - TRIGONOMETRY

Prerequisite: (Math 13 or Elect 122) and Math 14, better, or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A course to prepare students for the level of trigonometry and precalculus topics needed in calculus.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45193 201 LEC MTWTH 45194 202 LEC MTWTH 0800-1005AM AF231 1130-0135PM A6212 (Jun 19 to Jul 31) 45195 203 LEC MTWTHF 1045-1210PM OG #45195 is held at Oak Grove High School. 45196 204 LEC MTWTHF 1045-1210PM IND #45196 is held at Independence High School. STAMP, M BRONSON, R MCCANDLESS, K CONG-HUYEN, L

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MATH 071 - CALCULUS I WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY

Prerequisite: (Math 021 and Math 022) or Math 025; all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write:3 Math: None Calculus I with analytic geometry for math, scienc engineering students

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45229 201 LEC MTWTH 0800-1125AM AB201 CONG-HUYEN, L

5.0

MATH 072 - CALCULUS II WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY

Prerequisite: Math 071, minimum grade C Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write:3 Math: None Calculus II with analytic geometry for mathematics, science, and engineering students.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45232 201 LEC MTWTH 0800-1125AM RD301 CARROLL, B

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MATH 061 - FINITE MATHEMATICS

Prerequisite: Math 013 or Elect 122, with C or better or equivalent. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Applications of mathematics to business, management, economics, and social sciences are emphasized. CAN Num: MATH12 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45215 201 LEC MTWTH 45216 202 LEC MTWTH 0800-1005AM C103 1015-1220PM C103 ESTRADA, J ESTRADA, J

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Microbiology

For other course offerings in Biological Sciences, see Anatomy, Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Botany, Environmental Science, Natural Science, Oceanography, Physiology.

Nursing

Students who enroll in the Nursing Program must meet specific requirements and follow a special Enrollment process. Those interested in Nursing should make an appointment with the Counselor at (408) 270-6474.

MICRO 070 - GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

Prerequisite: Chem 1A or 11A or 15 or 30A or 32A or 65 or 89 and A&P3 or Anat 1 or Biol 1 or Biol 2 or Physo 60, all with C or better grade. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Microbial metabolism, genetics, control, infection, disease, immunity, lab techniques. CAN Num: BIOL14 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Aug 7) 45172 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 1145-0105PM S123 0815-1120AM S123 TAVANA, A TAVANA, A

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Nursing Course N110 · Requirements for the course include a physical examination to determine essential capabilities. · A qualifying score is required on the Test for Essential Academic Skills that will be completed during the course. · Clinical days and times subject to change. Nursing Program Courses · Nursing Courses N001, N002A, N002B, N003 Hospital clinical days and times subject to change.

NURS 005 - ROLE TRANSITION

Prerequisite: BIOL-072 and MICRO-070, both grade of C or better. Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: 2 None This course prepares LVNs to begin the transition into the role of the Registered Nurse.

(Jun 2 to Jun 27) 201 LEC M 201 LAB T 0900-0105PM S219 0900-0320PM S201 LOPEZ, R LOPEZ, R

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Music

Express yourself through music! Have you always wanted to sing, play the piano or play guitar? Do you enjoy singing and performing in a choir? Enhance your appreciation of the sound and meaning of music or learn to read the language of music. Take a music class to have fun or to become familiar with the history of classical music, the American musical theater, and music from different cultures. Join this expanding music program as we prepare to move into our exciting new music facility complete with practice rooms, piano labs, voice studios, rehearsal halls and theatre.

NURS 110 - BASIC NURSING CONCEPTS

Prerequisite: ANAT-001, and BIO-072, and MICRO-070, all with "C" or better. Advisory Level: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: 2 This course focuses on concepts to form the foundation of nursing practice and basic nursing skills. MATERIAL FEE: $25.00

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MUSIC 008B - MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE II

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A study of the history of western art music from the Classical Period through the present.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45609 201 LEC MTWTH 1015-1220PM RE301 STAFF

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MUSIC 099 - INTRODUCTORY MUSIC

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will read, interpret, and write basic notational symbols of music.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45608 201 LEC MTWTH 0800-1005AM RE301 STAFF

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Philosophy

PHIL 010 - INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY: METAPHYSICS AND EPISTEMOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to basic philosophic disciplines; focuses on classical and modern philosophies CAN Num: PHIL2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45671 201 LEC MTWTH 1015-1220PM PE206 WELLS, K

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PHOTO 022 - BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY

Advisory Levels: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Theory and practice of black-and-white photography, from design to presentation. CAN Num: ART18 CAN Seq: XXXXXX MATERIAL FEE: $10.00

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45673 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0900-1015AM R4142 1015-1255PM R4142 SHIRAKAWA, B SHIRAKAWA, B

PED 038 - SOCCER - RECREATIONAL

3.0 Open Curriculum: No prerequisite, corequisite, or levels. Soccer for the recreational player.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45628 201 LAB MTWTH 45630 202 LAB MTWTHF 47857 203 LAB MTWTHF 0600-0805PM F (Jul 28 to Aug 14) 0100-0425PM F 0500-0825PM F PEREZ, F SILVEIRA, J SILVEIRA, J

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PED 039 - HATHA YOGA

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course develops flexibility and strength while relieving stress and muscle tension.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45633 201 LAB MTWTH 0135-0340PM PE204 SEGAL, J

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Physical Education

All Physical Education courses are open curriculum and are co-ed. A student may not take more than one section or class of the same activity during the semester. All Physical Education students must come dressed appropriately to the first class.

PED 043 - PILATES MAT WORKOUT

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This Pilates Mat Workout course is designed to develop strength, flexibility, coordination and balance.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45634 201 LAB MTWTH 0345-0550PM PE204 SEGAL, J

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PED 009 - BADMINTON

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Class designed to teach basic skills, team play for doubles and mixed doubles and game strategies.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1230-0235PM GYM 45618 201 LAB MTWTH 0400-0605PM GYM 45620 202 LAB MTWTH #45620 Instructors: Duke, M. and Mathis, J. PRATT, N

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PED 046 - TENNIS

Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Singles and doubles tennis skills, rules, scoring, etiquette, and strategy will be taught.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45635 201 LAB MTWTH 47781 202 LAB MTWTH 47782 203 LAB MTWTH 1015-1220PM TC 0600-0805PM TC 1230-0235PM TC PRATT, N PRATT, N MATHIS, J

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PED 012 - BASKETBALL INTERMEDIATE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Learn basic basketball skills, team organization, skills and drills.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1015-1220PM GYM 45624 201 LAB MTWTH #45624 Instructors: Duke, M. and Perez, F.

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PED 051 - TABLE TENNIS

+1.0 Open Curriculum. No prerequisite, corequisite or levels. A physical activity class designed to teach table tennis rules, skills, and strategy.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 47785 201 LAB MTWTH SEGAL, J 0815-1020PM TC PRATT, N

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PED 022 - STEP CROSSTRAINING

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Step Crosstraining with emphasis on Walk-Jog, and cardiovascular machines.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0600-0805PM PE204 45627 201 LAB MTWTH 0800-1005AM PE204 47779 202 LAB MTWTH #47779 Instructors: Duke, M. and Perez, F.

PED 052 - VOLLEYBALL

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Volleyball for all skill levels. +1.0

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0615-0820PM GYM 45636 201 LAB MTWTH #45636 Instructors: Duke, M. and Mathis, J.

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PED 023 - CARDIO KICKBOXING

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Kickboxing for a healthy heart.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 47780 201 LAB MTWTH 1015-1220PM PE204 MATHIS, J

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PED 056 - WEIGHT TRAINING

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Use of progressive weight resistance exercises to develop muscular strength and endurance.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1015-1220PM PE205 45648 202 LAB MTWTH 1230-0235PM PE205 45653 203 LAB MTWTH #45653 Instructors: Duke, M. and Perez, F. 45655 204 LAB MTWTH 45657 205 LAB MTWTH 0600-0805PM PE205 0800-1005AM PE205 PAYNE, J

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Political Science

POLSC 001 - POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT IN AMERICA

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Designed to help the student understand our national, state and local governments CAN Num: GOVT2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45674 201 LEC MTWTH 45675 202 LEC MTWTH 0800-1005AM AB142 0630-0835PM C105 STAFF STAFF

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PED 056A - ADAPTED STRENGTH CONDITIONING

Recommended: Temporary or permanent verifiable disability and written verification provided by a physician or other appropriate professional. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Strength and conditioning for the individual with a disability.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) Disabled Students Program 0250-0455PM PE202 47786 201 LAB MTWTH CHIODO, C

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Psychology

PSYCH 001 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the study of man and animals focusing upon psychological influences on behavior . CAN Num: PSY2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45676 201 LEC MTWTH 45677 202 LEC MTWTH 45678 203 LEC MTWTH 1015-1220PM AB142 1230-0235PM AB142 0600-0805PM AB142 CAROTHERS, B CAROTHERS, B BLADES, S

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PED 058 - SPORTS CONDITIONING FOR THE COMPETITIVE ATHLETE

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels Physical conditioning for the competitive athlete.

(Aug 15 to Aug 27) 45664 201 LAB MTWTHFS 0100-0530PM F 45667 202 LAB MTWTHFS 0530-1000PM F PEREZ, F SILVEIRA, J

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PSYCH 092 - DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

Recommended: PSYCH (001 or 010) recommended Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Overview of the growth and development of the individual from conception to death. 1.0

45679 201 LEC MTWTH (Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1015-1220PM PE102 STAFF

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PED 070 - FITNESS WALKING

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Fitness walking for cardiovascular fitness.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 47784 201 LAB MTWTH 47787 202 LAB MTWTH 1230-0235PM PE202 0800-1005AM PE202 PAYNE, J PRATT, N

Social Science

These courses satisfy the Ethnic Studies/Cultural Pluralism requirement.

Physics

PHYS 002A - GENERAL PHYSICS

Prerequisite: Math 13 with C, or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A non-calculus one-semester course in physics, with lab, covering mechanics and thermodynamics. CAN Num: PHYS2 CAN Seq: PHYSSEQA

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 1045-1250PM A5132 45238 201 LEC MTWTH Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. Course includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 201 LAB MTWTH 0830-1035AM AE251 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. Course includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. BATALHA, C BATALHA, C

SSCI 050 - CONTEMPORARY ISSUES

4.0 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Focuses upon issues, policies and relevant literature, that influence life in the 20th century.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0100-0335PM YB 45689 201 LEC MTW #45689 is held at Yerba Buena High School. STAFF

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Sociology

SOC 010 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: Done A survey of the principles and basic concepts of sociology. CAN Num: SOC2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Jun 2 to Jun 27) 45686 201 LEC MTWTH 1230-0335PM C104 LUJAN, G

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Spanish

SPAN 001A - ELEMENTARY SPANISH

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46254 201 LEC MTWTH 46255 202 LEC MTWTH 0830-1155AM C205 1230-0355PM C205 JACOME, S JACOME, S

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Theatre Arts

THEAT 002 - BEGINNING ACTING

Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Learn basic acting skills through class exercises, field work, text analysis and monologues.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 0900-1015AM OFC 45690 201 LEC MTWTH Call 408-274-7900,x6792 for course and room info. 201 LAB MTWTH 1015-1220PM OFC Call 408-274-7900,x6792 for course and room info. STAFF STAFF

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THEAT 040 - INTRODUCTION TO FILM

Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None View films, study the movie industry, learn why films are made and how to express your opinion of them.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 45691 201 201 47789 202 202 LEC LAB LEC LAB MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH 0800-0935AM 0935-1040AM 1230-0205PM 0205-0310PM LE210 LE210 LE210 LE210 NICHOLS, R NICHOLS, R NICHOLS, R NICHOLS, R

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Vietnamese

VIET 001A - ELEMENTARY VIETNAMESE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None First semester of Vietnamese language, culture and history.

(Jun 16 to Jul 25) 46256 201 LEC MTWTH 0830-1155AM AB103 NGUYEN-WONG,

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060 - FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS STATISTICS

0530-0940PM CCCH 47730 201 LEC TTH #47730 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building GEE, H

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115 - COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION

47764 201 LAB TTH 47765 202 LAB MW 0930-0140PM SC119 1030-0240PM SC119 (Aug 5 to Aug 7) DELVEY, J DELVEY, J

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071 - LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

0530-0940PM CCCH 46379 202 LEC MW #46379 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building LASHLEY, L

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193 - NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION

47763 207 LEC TTH 0100-0440PM SALAK, R

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Physical Education

3.0

(Jun 16 to Jul 25)

082 - INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

0530-0940PM CCCH 46381 202 LEC TTH #46381 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building LAHAI, M

056A - ADAPTED STRENGTH CONDITIONING

47786 201 LAB MTWTH 0250-0455PM PE202 CHIODO, C

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Mathematics

(Jun 9 to Aug 13)

Enlace

+5.0

BUTTERWORTH,

013 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

0530-0935PM CCCH 45185 205 LEC MW #45185 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building

English

(Jun 16 to Jul 25)

104 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION

203 LEC MTWTH 1015-1220PM A4213 #203 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. 203 LAB MTWTH 1230-0235PM A4213 #203 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. ROJAS, R

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104 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION

204 LEC MTWTH 1015-1220PM SC102 #204 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. 204 LAB MTWTH 1225-0230PM SC102 #204 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. AYTCH, K

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Environmental Science

(Jun 16 to Jul 25)

010 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

202 LEC WTHF 1015-1255PM S127 #202 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. 202 LAB WTHF 0120-0400PM S127 #202 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. GONZALEZ, A

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330 - IMPROVEMENT OF WRITING

202 LEC MTWTH 1015-1220PM SC102 #202 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. 202 LAB MTWTH 1225-0230PM SC125 #202 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. AYTCH, K

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Mathematics

AYTCH, K (Jun 16 to Jul 25)

011A - ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

203 LEC MTWTH 1015-0140PM C104 #203 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. BURNHAM, C

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013 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

45186 206 INTERNET #45186 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling KNIGHT, R

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091 - INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION PROCESSING

46388 202 INTERNET #46388 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend ONE of the two scheduled orientation sessions at the following times: Monday, June 16 from 5:30-7:00PM in RF234 Tuesday, June 17 form 5:30-7:00PM in RF234 Students will be required to come on campus for the final exam. Email your instructor with any questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. NOTE: BIS200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES SHANER, C

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in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory Course Orientation: Saturday, June 14 at 10:00AM in room AD143. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be purchasing the required online textbook at the orientation meeting and should not purchase a textbook prior to that time. Students are to bring a valid credit card (or credit card information) to purchase the online textbook. A valid photo ID will also be required.

063 - ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

45227 205 INTERNET #45227 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. KNIGHT, R

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(Jun 16 to Jul 25)

010 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

46387 202 INTERNET #46387 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend ONE of the two scheduled orientation sessions at the following times: Monday, June 16 from 5:30-7:00PM in RF234 Tuesday, June 17 form 5:30-7:00PM in RF234 Students will be required to come on campus for the final exam. Email your instructor with any questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. NOTE: CIT200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES SHANER, C

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Mandatory Course Orientation: Saturday, June 14 at 12:00PM in room AD143. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be purchasing the required online textbook at the orientation meeting and should not purchase a textbook prior to that time. Students are to bring a valid credit card (or credit card orientation) to purchase the online textbook. A valid photo ID will be required.

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Accounting

The Accounting curriculum provides training for entry-level accounting positions including general accounting clerks, bookkeepers, and similar workers in banks and business firms. Graduates from this program are qualified to meet the demands of offices requiring technical skills in general accounting and computerized bookkeeping.

ACCTG 062 - COST ACCOUNTING

Prerequisite: ACCTG 021 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 2 This course covers costing systems, profitability, and decision-making in just-in-time businesses.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46945 201 LEC MW 0630-0855PM AA232 PAN, D

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ACCTG 020 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Prerequisite: BUS 001 or ACCTG 101 or (MATH 011A or 011R or 011S or 012), all with C or better Corequisite: ACCTG 200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Introductory financial accounting for all transfer majors in business, information systems, and accounting. CAN Num: BUS2 CAN Seq: BUSSEQA MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46921 46922 46938 46939 201 202 203 204 LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW TTH TTH 0800-1030AM 1045-0115PM 0915-1145AM 0145-0415PM RG248 RG248 RG248 C102 ROY, L WELLING, R ROY, L COLLEGE, A

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ACCTG 097 - ACCOUNTING FOR INCOME TAXES

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 This course covers federal and state income taxes for individuals, partnerships, and corporations.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46946 201 LEC TTH 46947 202 LEC M 1215-0140PM P108B 0630-0945PM SC102 STAFF CHOW, G

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ACCTG 101 - BOOKKEEPING FOR SMALL BUSINESS

Corequisite: ACCTG 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Learn to apply basic accounting principles and procedures for service and merchandising businesses. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46948 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 1045-1210PM LE210 1210-1240PM LE210 SNAPP, M SNAPP, M

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(Sep 3 to Oct 29) Accelerated 0530-1010PM CCCH 46940 205 LEC MW #46940 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building. BARTA, M

ACCTG 021 - MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

Prerequisite: ACCTG 020 with C or better. Corequisite: Acctg 200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Accounting information for management decision making, budgeting, and cost control. CAN Num: BUS4 CAN Seq: BUSSEQA MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46941 201 LEC MW 46942 202 LEC TTH 46943 203 LEC TTH 0800-1030AM C209 1215-0245PM RG248 0630-0855PM RG248 NAVA, J ROY, L EL GIHENY, F

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ACCTG 138 - WORK EXPERIENCE OCCUPATIONAL

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47997 201 BY ARRG Please call 408-270-6470 to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 6:00-7:00PM Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:30-11:30AM SC214

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ACCTG 030 - COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING

Prerequisite: ACCTG 101 or ACCTG 020 Corequisite: ACCTG 200 Advisory: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Use of a software package to perform routine accounting procedures; a hands-on approach. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46944 201 LEC TH Covers QuickBooks 2008 201 LAB TH Covers QuickBooks 2008 0600-0835PM RG240 0835-1000PM RG240 COLLEGE, A COLLEGE, A

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ACCTG 200 - SUPERVISED SKILLS ACQUISITION LABORATORY

Corequisite: ACCTG 020 or 021 or 30 or 101 To provide supplemental supervised practice for students in Accounting courses.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46950 201 BY ARRG 46951 202 BY ARRG RG240 RG240 BREULEUX, F COLLEGE, A

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Administration of Justice

Administration of Justice courses are offered at both EVC and SJCC for students interested in pre-hire, transfer and Associate degree programs. Additional courses in corrections, law enforcement, juvenile counseling, dispatching, and probation are offered through the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium, located near the District Office on the EVC campus. Although open to the public, the majority of these courses are intended to serve the "already employed." If you have questions about these courses, or if you would like information about a career in any of these programs, please call (408) 270-6458. See the Administration of Justice section of SJCC Schedule of Classes for a listing of other available course offerings.

AJ 015 - INTRODUCTION TO INVESTIGATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Fundamentals of investigation: crime scenes, physical evidence, interviewing, sources of information. CAN Num: AJ8 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45740 201 LEC TTH 0915-1040AM PE105 STAFF

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AJ 111 - JUVENILE LAW AND PROCEDURES

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Laws governing juveniles in the justice system, delinquency prevention, gangs.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45742 201 LEC M 0600-0915PM PE105 STAFF

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AJ 010 - INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Intro and overview of criminal justice system and processes: law enforcement, corrections and courts CAN Num: AJ2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45706 201 LEC MW 45707 202 LEC TTH 45708 203 LEC W 0915-1040AM PE105 1045-1210PM PE105 0600-0915PM PE105 STAFF STAFF COOK, R

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AJ 112 - INTRODUCTION TO EVIDENCE

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Types of evidence, rules governing admissibility, the hearsay rule and its exceptions.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47790 201 LEC TH 0600-0915PM PE105 STAFF

3.0

AJ 011 - CRIMINAL LAW

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Foundations of criminal law; crimes against persons and property; punishments. CAN Num: AJ4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0145-0450PM PE105 45710 201 LEC W #45710 includes an optional Honors component. See instructor for information. 45711 202 LEC MW 1045-1210PM PE105 STAFF COOK, R

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AJ 115 - FORENSIC SCIENCE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Role of the Forensic Scientist in collecting and analyzing physical evidence from the crime scene.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45743 201 LEC M 0145-0500PM PE105 STAFF

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AJ 138 - WORK EXPERIENCE OCCUPATIONAL

3.0 Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47998 201 BY ARRG Please call 408-270-6470 to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 6:00-7:00PM Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:30-11:30AM SC214

+1.0 - 8.0

AJ 013 - CRIMINAL PROCEDURES

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Basic rights of the accused in the justice system. Legal aspects of arrest, search, and seizure.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45737 201 LEC MW 1215-0140PM PE105 STAFF

AJ 014 - CONTEMPORARY POLICE ISSUES

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Level: None Contemporary police issues such as hiring, training, corruption, workplace diversity, and ethics.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45738 201 LEC T 47817 202 LEC T 0600-0915PM PE105 1215-0320PM PE105 STAFF STAFF

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For other course offerings in Biological Sciences, see Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Botany, Environmental Science, Microbiology, Natural Science, Oceanography, Physiology.

ART 013 - THREE DIMENSIONAL DESIGN

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the theories and application of design in three-dimensional form. CAN Num: ART16 CAN Seq: XXXXXX MATERIAL FEE: $10.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45748 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 0145-0240PM RG122 0245-0450PM RG122 DA SILVA, J DA SILVA, J

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ANAT 001 - HUMAN ANATOMY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 This course is a detailed survey of the structure of the human body.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0500-0625PM AC162 45333 201 LEC MW Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 201 LAB MW 0100-0405PM S124 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 45334 202 LEC MW 202 LAB MW 0500-0625PM AC162 0630-0935PM S124 TOYOSHIMA, J TOYOSHIMA, J TOYOSHIMA, J TOYOSHIMA, J

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ART 014 - COLOR

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course addresses the principles of color and their relations to art and design.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45749 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0915-1010AM R7141 1010-1215PM R7141 MORAN, P MORAN, P

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ANTH 063 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course introduces concepts of culture, language, kinship, marriage, religion and the arts. CAN Num: ANTH4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47791 202 LEC M 0600-0915PM S140 COLIN, E VILLARREAL, A Telecourse C202 45745 201 DED #45745 is a Distance Education course. Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C202.

ART 024 - BEGINNING DRAWING

3.0 Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the fundamental elements and compositional principles of drawing. CAN Num: ART8 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45750 201 201 45751 202 202 45752 203 203 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB MW MW TTH TTH TTH TTH 0915-1010AM 1010-1215PM 0600-0655PM 0655-0900PM 0145-0240PM 0240-0445PM RF141 RF141 RF141 RF141 R7141 R7141 LAZO, R LAZO, R BOWEN, V BOWEN, V NOBRIGA, M NOBRIGA, M

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ART 026A - REPRESENTATIONAL DRAWING

Prerequisite: ART 024 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A further study of drawing with emphasis on descriptive drawing and linear perspective.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45770 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 0145-0240PM RF141 0240-0445PM RF141 YU, M YU, M

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ANTH 090 - INTRODUCTION TO PRECUAUHTEMOC MEXICO

Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None This course will examine the origins, evolution and experiences of the major civilizations in Mexico.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45746 201 LEC M 0600-0915PM C204 VILLARREAL, A

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ART 035 - INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN

Corequisite: Art 200 Advisory level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Survey of graphic design fundamentals utilizing traditional media and computers. +3.0 MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45753 201 LEC M 201 LAB M 0600-0915PM RG240 0920-1020PM RG240 FAINSHTEIN, V FAINSHTEIN, V

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ART 012 - TWO DIMENSIONAL DESIGN

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the theories and application of design in two-dimensional form. CAN Num: ART14 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45747 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0145-0240PM R7141 0245-0450PM R7141 LAZO, R LAZO, R

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ART 038 - GRAPHIC DESIGN II

Prerequisite: ART-035 or BIS-035 Corequisite: ART-200 or BIS 200 READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Recommended: Proficiency in basic computer skills. The course builds on visual language achieved in Graphic Design I to create successful visual design. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45754 201 LEC W 201 LAB W 0600-0825PM RG240 0830-0950PM RG240 RODRIGUEZ, T RODRIGUEZ, T

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ART 060 - BEGINNING PAINTING I

Prerequisite: ART 014 and ART 024, both with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introductory studio course to oil or acrylic painting media. CAN Num: ART10 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45755 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0915-1010AM RF141 1010-1215PM RF141 LAZO, R LAZO, R

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ART 061 - BEGINNING PAINTING II

+3.0 Prerequisite: ART 060, minimum grade C, or equivalent. Advisory Level: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Intermediate studio painting course emphasizing development of personal aesthetics and and composition.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45756 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0915-1010AM RF141 1010-1215PM RF141 LAZO, R LAZO, R

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ART 042 - SCULPTURE I

Open Curriculum: No Prerequisite or Levels This is a studio course with three dimensional design projects. CAN Num: ART12 CAN Seq: XXXXXX MATERIAL FEE: $10.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47792 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 0615-0710PM RG122 0715-0920PM RG122 STAFF STAFF

ART 043 - SCULPTURE II

Prerequisite: Art 042 Advisory Level: Read: None Write: None Math: None Students explore more fully their interests in sculptural media, methods, and ideas. MATERIAL FEE: $10.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47793 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 0615-0710PM RG122 0715-0920PM RG122 STAFF STAFF

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ART 066 - JEWELRY CASTING

Open Curriculum: No prerequisites or levels This is an introduction to jewelry and metalsmithing design and techniques. MATERIAL FEE: $10.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45757 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 0915-1010AM RG122 1015-1220PM RG122 DA SILVA, J DA SILVA, J

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ART 067 - FABRICATION JEWELRY

3.0 Open Curriculum: No prerequisites or levels Introduction to jewelry design using fabricating techniques such as cutting, forming, etc. MATERIAL FEE: $10.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45758 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0615-0710PM RG122 0715-0920PM RG122 BAILEY, A BAILEY, A

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ART 055A - LIFE DRAWING I

Prerequisite: Art 024, with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Drawing from the human figure, including drawing accurate proportion, volume and tonal shading.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45771 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0145-0240PM RF141 0240-0445PM RF141 MIKI, M MIKI, M

ART 068 - JEWELRY RAISING

Open Curriculum: No prerequisites or levels This is an introduction to metalsmithing. 3.0

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45759 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0915-1010AM RG122 1015-1220PM RG122 DA SILVA, J DA SILVA, J

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ART 055B - LIFE DRAWING II

Prerequisite: Art 055A, with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate course in drawing the human figure with emphasis on creative aspects of figure drawing.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45772 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0145-0240PM RF141 0240-0445PM RF141 MIKI, M MIKI, M

ART 069 - JEWELRY FORGING

Prerequisite: Art 068 Advanced design and technical projects in forging nonferrous metals and metal forming.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45760 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0915-1010AM RG122 1015-1220PM RG122 DA SILVA, J DA SILVA, J

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ART 090 - ART APPRECIATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Study artifacts of Western culture from earliest times to present. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45762 201 LEC TTH 45763 202 LEC MW 45764 203 LEC F 0745-0910AM A5212 0915-1040AM A5212 1045-0200PM A5212 DA SILVA, J STAFF BAILEY, A

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Astronomy

For other course offerings in the Physical Sciences, see Chemistry, Environmental Science, Oceanography, Physics, Physical Science.

ASTRO 010 - INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY

Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Origin of the solar system, birth/death of stars, structure/evolution of galaxies and the universe. +3.0

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0145-0310PM S140 45530 201 LEC TTH 1045-1210PM S150 45531 202 LEC MW Note: #45531 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 45532 203 LEC W STAFF ROEHL, P 0600-0915PM S140 CHRISTEN, O BATALHA, C Internet Online 45533 204 INTERNET #45533 is an Internet online course. It is MASUDA, M BATALHA, C

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ART 091 - SURVEY OF ART HISTORY PREHISTORIC THROUGH GOTHIC

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Illustrated survey of the history of art from prehistoric times through the Middle Ages.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45765 201 LEC W 45766 202 LEC F 0600-0915PM RE301 0915-1230PM RE301

ART 092 - SURVEY OF ART HISTORY RENAISSANCE TO THE PRESENT

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 3 Math: None Illustrated survey of the history of art from the early Italian Renaissance to the present day.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45767 201 LEC F 0145-0500PM RE301 ROEHL, P

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strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory Course Orientation: Thursday, Sep. 4 at 3:30PM in room AB201 Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course.

ART 093 - HISTORY OF MODERN ART

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 2 History of Modern Art since 1860 studying a variety of art forms.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45768 201 LEC MW 0145-0310PM A5212 BURGUNDER, J

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ASTRO 010L - INTRODUCTORY ASTRONOMY LAB

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introductory laboratory course in general astronomy.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0630-0935PM AD143 45534 201 LAB T Note: #45534 includes an online component. It is BATALHA, C

1.0

ART 098P - DIGITAL MEDIA DESIGN PORTFOLIO (DIRECTED STUDY)

Prerequisite: ART/BIS 035, ART/BIS 036, and BIS 128 or BIS 183 Corequisite: BIS 200 Advisory Level: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Digital Media Design Portfolio Preparation (directed study).

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45773 201 BY ARRG RG240 RODRIGUEZ, T

2.0

strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 0630-0935PM AD143 45535 202 LAB TH Note: #45535 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. BATALHA, C

Athletics Intercollegiate Men

ATHM 060 - INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER

0.0 Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels This is a soccer activities course that emphasizes intercollegiate competition in team sports.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45774 201 LAB MTWTHF 0415-0620PM F SILVEIRA, J

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ART 200 - SUPERVISED SKILLS LABORATORY

Corequisite: Conc enrollment in Art 035 or Art 036 or Art 038 This course provides supplemental work for art students to improve their technical and creative skills under the supervision of an art instructor.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45769 201 BY ARRG RG240 STAFF

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ATHW 060 - INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER

Open Curriculum (*): No prerequisite or levels This is a soccer activities course that emphasizes intercolletiate competition in team sports.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45781 201 LAB MTWTHF 0200-0405PM F PEREZ, F

AUTO 105 - SUSPENSION, STEERING, AND ALIGNMENT

3.0 Prerequisite: Auto 102, with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Recommended or concurrent: AUTO 172, with C or better. The diagnosis and repair of suspension, manual and power steering, and computerized alignments.

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Automotive Technology

EVC's Automotive Department offers two AS degree programs: Drivetrain and Chassis, Fuel and Electrical. Certificates of Specialization include: Engine Service, Drivetrain & Chassis, Fuel & Electrical, American Honda, and Advanced Automotive Training. For details on these degrees and certificates, see your counselor or inquire at the Division office (RE 206). Further information is also available by calling 274-7900, Ext. 6647 or 270-6434.

(Oct 2 to Nov 18) 47727 201 LEC TWTH 201 LAB TWTH 0745-0910AM 0915-1230PM AMES, D AMES, D

AUTO 106 - BRAKE SYSTEMS

Prerequisite: Auto 102 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A study of mechanical and hydraulic brake components and systems.

(Nov 19 to Dec 18) 47728 201 LEC TWTH 201 LAB TWTH 0745-0850AM 0855-1235PM AMES, D AMES, D

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AUTO 102 - AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS

Recommended: 3 units of Math 310 with CR or placement based on Math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This class covers vehicle systems and prepares students for advanced auto classes. MATERIAL FEE: $7.00

(Sep 2 to Oct 9) 47170 203 203 47171 204 204 47168 201 201 47169 202 202 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH M W M TH 0745-0900AM 0910-1150AM 1245-0200PM 0210-0450PM 0630-0835PM 0600-1005PM 0630-0835PM 0600-1005PM AF164 AF160 AF160 AF160 AF160 AF160 AF160 AF160 CAREY, M CAREY, M MORGAN, K MORGAN, K BERNBECK, M BERNBECK, M BERNBECK, M CORTESE, M

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AUTO 111 - AUTO WELDING

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course will introduce the student to the oxygen acetylene apparatus and its use for welding, brazing, cutting, and heating as well as to the different types of metal that are weldable.

(Sep 10 to Oct 29) 47729 201 LEC W 201 LAB W 0115-0205PM AE142 0210-0515PM A9151 CAREY, M CAREY, M

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AUTO 118 - FUEL SYSTEMS/EMISSION CONTROLS

2.0 Prerequisite: Auto 102 with C or better or equivalent industry experience Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 This advanced course covers the diagnosis and repair of automotive fuel and emission control systems.

(Oct 2 to Nov 11) 47178 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0730-0850AM A7131 0900-1140AM A7131 BERGHOLDT, B BERGHOLDT, B

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AUTO 103 - LIGHT LINE TECHNICIAN

Prerequisite: Auto 102 with grade of C or better, or equivalent. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This hands-on course provides entry-level skills and introduces students to the Honda program.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47172 201 LEC M 201 LAB M 47173 202 202 47174 203 203 LEC LAB LEC LAB MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH 0630-0730PM AF164 0735-1050PM AF164 (Oct 13 to Oct 30) 0730-0840AM 0845-1250PM 1245-0155PM 0200-0605PM AF164 AF160 AF160 AF160 CAREY, M CAREY, M MORGAN, K MORGAN, K BODDEN, R BODDEN, R

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AUTO 105 - SUSPENSION, STEERING, AND ALIGNMENT

3.0 Prerequisite: Auto 102, with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Recommended or concurrent: AUTO 172, with C or better. The diagnosis and repair of suspension, manual and power steering, and computerized alignments.

(Oct 2 to Nov 18) 47727 201 LEC TWTH 201 LAB TWTH 0745-0910AM 0915-1230PM AMES, D AMES, D

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AUTO 119 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINE PERFORMANCE

Prerequisite: Auto 102 with C or better, or equivalent industry experience. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 Introduces engine performance and driveability issues relevant to modern vehicle operating systems.

(Nov 3 to Nov 20) 1245-0325PM AF160 47180 202 LEC MTWTH #47180 Instructors: Morgan, K. and Hernandez, M. 202 LAB MTWTH 0330-0610PM AF164 #47180 Instructors: Morgan, K. and Hernandez, M.

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Prerequisite: Auto 102 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A study of mechanical and hydraulic brake components and systems.

(Nov 19 to Dec 18) 47728 201 LEC TWTH 201 LAB TWTH 0745-0850AM 0855-1235PM AMES, D AMES, D

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(Nov 24 to Dec 18) 0730-0935AM AF164 0940-1145AM AF164 CAREY, M CAREY, M

AUTO 127 - IGNITION SYSTEMS

Prerequisite: Auto 102, with grade of C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 This course covers the theory, diagnosis, and repair of modern automotive ignition systems.

(Nov 26 to Dec 18) 47183 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0730-0835AM A7131 0845-1225PM A7131 BERGHOLDT, B BERGHOLDT, B

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Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course will introduce the student to the oxygen acetylene apparatus and its use for welding, brazing, cutting, and heating as well as to the different types of metal that are weldable.

(Sep 10 to Oct 29) 47729 201 LEC W 201 LAB W 0115-0205PM AE142 0210-0515PM A9151 CAREY, M CAREY, M

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AUTO 129 - DSO, GDMM, SCAN TOOL DIAGNOSIS

Prerequisite: Auto 170, minimum grade of C Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Students learn use of DSO, graphing multimeter, current clamp and scan tools for vehicle diagnosis.

(Nov 12 to Nov 25) 47184 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0730-0825AM A7131 0830-1135AM A7131 BERGHOLDT, B BERGHOLDT, B

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AUTO 118 - FUEL SYSTEMS/EMISSION CONTROLS

2.0 Prerequisite: Auto 102 with C or better or equivalent industry experience Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 This advanced course covers the diagnosis and repair of automotive fuel and emission control systems.

(Oct 2 to Nov 11) 47178 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 0730-0850AM A7131 0900-1140AM A7131 BERGHOLDT, B BERGHOLDT, B

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AUTO 132 - INDIVIDUALIZED SKILLS TRAINING LAB

Open Curriculum*: No prerequisite or levels. Declared Automotive major. This course allows Automotive Students to complete Honda Individualized Training Modules.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47185 201 LAB T 47186 202 LAB TH 0100-0535PM AF164 0100-0540PM AF164 AMES, D STAFF 1.5

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AUTO 133 - COMPUTERIZED ENGINE MANAGEMENT

Prerequisite: Auto 125, minimum grade of C. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 This advanced course covers computerized engine management & provides preparation for ASE L-1 exam.

(Sep 3 to Oct 22) 47181 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 0600-0805PM A7131 0815-1020PM A7131 BERGHOLDT, B BERGHOLDT, B

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AUTO 134 - ADVANCED ENGINE PERFORMANCE

Prerequisite: Auto 133 with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Course covers advanced engine performance diagnostics/repairs. Provides preparation for ASE L-1.

(Oct 27 to Dec 17) 47182 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 0600-0805PM A7131 0815-1020PM A7131 STAFF STAFF

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AUTO 172 - CHASSIS AND DRIVETRAIN SYSTEMS

Prerequisite: Auto 102 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 The basic service of brakes, transmissions, suspension, and drivetrain systems is studied.

(Sep 2 to Oct 1) 47197 202 LEC TWTH 202 LAB TWTH 0745-1000AM 1005-1220PM (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0600-0740PM AF160 0745-0925PM AF160 AMES, D AMES, D STAFF STAFF

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AUTO 141 - CLEAN AIR CAR COURSE

Prerequisite: Auto 102 with C or better OR hold current California smog license OR a recently expired California smog license (or equivalent) Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course prepares students to take the California BAR Smog exam.

(Sep 2 to Nov 6) 47191 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0620-0935PM A7131 0945-1030PM A7131 MORGAN, K MORGAN, K

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Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course introduces students to automotive careers and the service work environment.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47198 201 LEC F 0800-1005AM STAFF

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AUTO 145 - ENHANCED EMISSION DIAGNOSTICS

Prerequisite: Auto 141 with C or better or hold current California smog technician license. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Covers emission chemistry and diagnostic equipment necessary for emission reduction diagnosis

(Nov 11 to Dec 18) 47192 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0615-0855PM A7131 0905-0945PM A7131 MORGAN, K MORGAN, K

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BIOL 001 - GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY

Prerequisite: Math-013 with grade of C or better or equivalent. Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Biology 1 introduces majors to the fundamental principles and processes of science and biology. CAN Num: BIOL4 CAN Seq: BIOLSEQA

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM S160 45336 201 LEC MW Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 201 LAB TTH 0830-1135AM S113 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 1045-1210PM S160 45337 202 LEC MW Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting.

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AUTO 170 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Prerequisite: Auto 102 with a grade of C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 An introduction to electrical/electronics systems utilized in modern automobiles and light trucks. MATERIAL FEE: $10.00

(Sep 2 to Oct 1) 47193 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 1.5 0730-0905AM A7131 0915-1150AM A7131

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AUTO 171 - ENGINE SYSTEMS

Prerequisite: Auto 102 with grade of C or better, or equivalent. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This hands-on course prepares students to pass the ASE "Engine Repair" test.

(Nov 3 to Nov 20) 47194 201 LEC MTWTH 201 LAB MTWTH 47195 202 LEC MTWTH 202 LAB MTWTH 0745-1025AM AF164 1030-1235PM AF160 (Nov 24 to Dec 18) 1245-0250PM AE142 0255-0425PM AF164 HERNANDEZ, M HERNANDEZ, M CAREY, M CAREY, M

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Prerequisite: Biol 001 and (Chem 001A or Chem 015 Corequisite: or Biol 001 and concurrent in ( Chem 001A or 15 ) Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Plant science course for Life Science and related majors. CAN Num: BIOL6 CAN Seq: BIOLSEQA

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Prerequisite: Biol 001 and (Chem 001A or 015), all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 3 Recommended: A solid command of the English language, particularly strong reading and writing skills. Biology 3 introduces majors to the cellular and molecular nature of living systems.

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BIOL 061 - HUMAN HEREDITY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 A general education, non-lab, Biology course covering interesting aspects of genetics and heredity.

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Enlace 202 LEC WF 1045-1210PM A5132 #202 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 This course has a Service-Learning option. Internet Hybrid 0600-0720PM S150 45349 203 LEC TH #45349 is an internet hybrid course. The course meets on campus for 1.5 hours per week and online for the additional 1.5 hours per week. An orientation to this class will be given at the first class meeting. Students are required to attend the orientation. Anyone who does not attend the first class will be dropped from the class. Students who attempt to add this class late will not have WebCT access to online course materials and lecture until the third week of school. It is highly recommended that students be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. Keyboard skills and an e-mail account will be necessary to converse online and be successful in class.

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Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Survey of human biology covering form and function intended for non-majors.

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Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 General biology for non-science majors that satisfies the laboratory-science Gen. Ed. requirement.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0145-0310PM AC162 45344 201 LEC TTH Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 201 LAB T 1030-0135PM S127 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 0145-0310PM AC162 45345 202 LEC TTH Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 202 LAB TH 1030-0135PM S127 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. FICHMANN, J FICHMANN, J FICHMANN, J FICHMANN, J

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Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Animals, plants, microorganisms, mariculture, pollution, history and ecology of marine ecosystems

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(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0500-0625PM S160 45352 201 LEC MW Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 201 LAB MW 0130-0435PM S129 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 48011 202 LEC MW 202 LAB MW 0500-0625PM S160 0630-0935PM S129 HAYS, L HAYS, L HAYS, L HAYS, L

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Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to scientific principles and the techniques of biotechnology.

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The Business Administration A.A. degree qualifies students for transfer to a California State University. Classes are scheduled so that students can complete three or four transfer classes in only two days per week. Take BUS 60, BUS 71, BUS 82 and Economics on T/TH or M/W. Students desiring to take classes toward a certificate or degree in Retail Management should start by taking BUS 1 and BUS 69. Other courses are found in Business Information Systems ( BIS 109, and BIS 135) and Accounting ( Accounting 101). For further information on Retail Management call 408-270-6434.

BUS 069 - HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Prerequisite: BUS-082 with C grade or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the management of human resources.

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Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course covers laws and regulations affecting business including legal concepts and cases. CAN Num: BUS12 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

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Prerequisite: 3 units of Math 310 with CR or placement based on Math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A general review of basic mathematics needed for success in business.

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Prerequisite: MATH 013 with C or better grade or placement based on MATH assessment Recommended: MATH 061 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will learn how to collect and use statistics to solve Business problems. CAN Num: STAT2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47080 201 LEC MW 47081 202 LEC TTH 47082 203 LEC TH 1215-0140PM C209 1045-1210PM PE102 0630-0945PM LE209 SHANER, C SHANER, C GEE, H

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 2 An introductory course to business functions and practices in the context of the global environment

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Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an app for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipul and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47999 201 BY ARRG Please call 408-270-6470 to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 6:00-7:00PM Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30-10:30AM

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Corerequisite: BUS 060 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will learn to solve business problems using statistical analysis and computer software.

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EVC OFFERS THREE AA/AS DEGREE PROGRAMS PLUS CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: General Business, Digital Media Design, and Information Processing. CERTIFICATES OF SPECIALIZATION INCLUDE: Accounting Specialist, General Business Specialist, Information Processing Specialist, Digital Media Design Specialist, Computer Applications Specialist, Medical Office Assistant, Administrative Assistant, Legal Office Assistant, Bookkeeping Assistant, Business Systems Assistant, Computer System Assistant. For more information concerning Programs and Certificates, call (408) 274-7900, ext. 6628.

BIS 011A - COMPUTER KEYBOARDING

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Students learn proper keyboarding skills to build speed and accuracy for high productivity. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM R4231 47049 201 LAB MW #47049 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 11:00AM 0915-1040AM R4231 47050 202 LAB MW Orientation: Sept. 3 at 9:30AM 0600-0915PM R4231 47053 204 LAB M #47053 Orientation: Sept. 8 at 6:15PM SANTOS, S SANTOS, S LAYMAN, N

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Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Learn to use the electronic calculator to solve business problems accurately.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM R4233 46952 201 LAB TTH #46952 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 12:30PM 1045-1210PM R4233 46953 202 LAB TTH #46953 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 0600-0905PM R4233 46954 203 LAB W #46954 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM 0600-0915PM R4233 46955 204 LAB M #46955 Orientation: Sept. 8 at 6:15PM 0900-1215PM R4233 46956 205 LAB F #46956 Orientation: Sept. 5 at 9:15AM SANTOS, S SANTOS, S STAFF CARTY, L SANTOS, S

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Prerequisite: BIS 011A Advisory Level: Read: 1 Write: None Math: None Students develop word processing, formatting, and production skills necessary in the work environment. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47056 201 LAB MW 47060 202 LAB MW 47061 203 LAB M 1045-1210PM R4231 0915-1040AM R4231 0600-0915PM R4231 SANTOS, S SANTOS, S LAYMAN, N

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Advisory Levels: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Improve your verbal and written communications skills.

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Prerequisite: BIS 011B Advisory Level: Read: 1 Write: Math: None Students master the production of business documents that meet industry standards. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

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Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: NONE Learn legal terminology--knowledge and skill that is necessary in the legal field.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM R4233 46957 201 LAB TTH #46957 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 0600-0905PM R4233 47282 202 LAB W #47282 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM SANTOS, S STAFF

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Prerequisite: BIS-011A and BIS-011B and BIS-011C; all with C or better or successful completion of challenge test. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course emphasizes development of keyboarding and production skills for business applications. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM R4231 46958 201 LAB MW #46958 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 11:00AM 0915-1040AM R4231 46959 202 LAB MW #46959 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 9:30AM 0600-0915PM R4231 46960 203 LAB M #46960 Orientation: Sept. 8 at 6:15PM SANTOS, S SANTOS, S LAYMAN, N

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Prerequisite: BIS 011A, BIS 011B, BIS 011C, and type at least 30 wpm. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Writing: 3 Math: None Recommended: BIS 007A or BIS 157 Learn to transcribe and produce authentic, accurate legal documents. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

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BIS 038 - GRAPHIC DESIGN II

Prerequisite: BIS-035 or ART-035 with C or better Corequisite: ART-200 or BIS-200 READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Recommended Preparation: Proficency in basic computer skills, i.e. file management, saving, navigating. The class builds on visual language achieved in Graphic Design I, to create successful visual design.

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Prerequisite: BIS 011A, BIS 011B, BIS 011C, and type at least 30 WPM Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended: BIS 007A or BIS 157 Become a proficient Medical Office Assistant. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-0150PM R4233 46963 201 LAB TTH #46963 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM SANTOS, S

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BIS 050A - MICROSOFT EXCEL CORE REVIEW

Recommended: BIS 102B or knowledge of MS Excel. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist certification exam for MS Excel Core. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM R4233 47067 201 LAB TTH #47067 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM SANTOS, S STAFF

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Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Learn terminology used in the healthcare field. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM R4233 46964 201 LAB TTH #46964 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 12:30PM 1045-1210PM R4233 46965 202 LAB TTH #46965 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 0600-0905PM R4233 46966 203 LAB W #46966 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM 0600-0915PM R4233 46967 204 LAB M #46967 Orientation: Sept. 8 at 6:15PM 0900-1215PM R4233 46968 205 LAB F #46968 Orientation: Sept. 5 at 9:15AM SANTOS, S SANTOS, S STAFF CARTY, L SANTOS, S

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Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will prepare for Microsoft Office Specialist exam for Excel Expert in a hands-on lab. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM R4233 47069 201 LAB TTH #47069 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 12:30PM 0600-0915PM R4233 47070 202 LAB M #47070 Orientation: Sept. 8 at 6:15PM SANTOS, S CARTY, L

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Corequisite: BIS 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Writing: 2 Math: 1 Survey of graphic design fundamentals utilizing traditional media and computers. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

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Prerequisite: BIS-035 or ART-035 with C or better Corequisite: ART-200 or BIS-200 READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Recommended Preparation: Proficency in basic computer skills, i.e. file management, saving, navigating. The class builds on visual language achieved in Graphic Design I, to create successful visual design.

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BIS 091 - INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION PROCESSING

Corequisite: BIS 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write:2 Math: None This course covers the basic concepts and terminology in computers and information technology. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

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Recommended: BIS 102B or knowledge of MS Excel. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist certification exam for MS Excel Core. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM R4233 47067 201 LAB TTH #47067 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 0600-0905PM R4233 47068 202 LAB W #47068 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM SANTOS, S STAFF

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BIS 050B - MICROSOFT EXCEL EXPERT REVIEW

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will prepare for Microsoft Office Specialist exam for Excel Expert in a hands-on lab. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM R4233 47069 201 LAB TTH #47069 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 12:30PM 0600-0915PM R4233 47070 202 LAB M #47070 Orientation: Sept. 8 at 6:15PM SANTOS, S CARTY, L

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BIS 098P - DIGITAL MEDIA DESIGN PORTFOLIO (DIRECTED STUDY)

Prerequisite: ART/BIS 035, ART/BIS 036, and BIS 128 or BIS 183. Corequisite: BIS 200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Digital Media Design Portfolio Preparation (directed study).

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Corequisite: BIS 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Plan, create, edit, format, and print Excel spreadsheets and graphs. Prepare for MOUS certification. Note: This course is equal to the SJCC CA-050A and CA-055A. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Oct 23) 0830-0955AM RF234 47073 202 LEC TTH #47073 Covers MS Office Excel 2007, Part I 202 LAB TTH 0955-1025AM RF234 #47073 Covers MS Office Excel 2007, Part I (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0830-0955AM RF234 47072 201 LEC TTH #47072 Covers MS Office Excel 2007, Parts I & II 201 LAB TTH 0955-1025AM RF234 #47072 Covers MS Office Excel 2007, Parts I & II (Oct 28 to Dec 18) 0830-0955AM RF234 47074 203 LEC TTH #47074 Covers MS Office Excel 2007, Part II 203 LAB TTH 0955-1025AM RF234 #47074 Covers MS Office Excel 2007, Part II SNAPP, M SNAPP, M SNAPP, M SNAPP, M SNAPP, M SNAPP, M

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Prerequisite: BIS 011C or type 40 wpm Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Learn the basics of Microsoft Word in a hands-on environment. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-0100PM R4231 47075 201 LAB TTH #47075 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 1.5 0600-0820PM R4233 47076 202 LAB MW #47076 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM Instructors: Carty, L. and Staff SANTOS, S

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BIS 104 - MICROSOFT ACCESS

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite, corequisite or levels Corequisite: BIS 200 Students will use Microsoft Access to create database objects like tables, forms, reports, and queries. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0600-0905PM RF234 46978 201 LEC TH #46978 Covers MS Access 2007 201 LAB TH 0905-1000PM RF234 #46978 Covers MS Access 2007 (Oct 23 to Dec 18) 0600-0905PM RF234 47717 202 LEC TH #47717 Covers MS Access 2007 202 LAB TH 0905-1000PM RF234 #47717 Covers MS Access 2007

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BIS 105 - RECORD SYSTEMS

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Acquire the skills necessary to work in the records management field.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-0150PM R4233 46979 201 LAB TTH #46979 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 0600-0905PM R4233 46980 202 LAB MW #46980 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM Instructors: Carty, L. and Staff SANTOS, S

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Corequisite: BIS 200 Recommended: CIT 10 or BIS 91 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Students will learn Excel and Word for 1.5 units; Access, PowerPoint, and integration for 3 units. Note: This course is equal to the SJCC CA-100A course.

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Prerequisite: BIS 121 or equivalent knowledge of the Internet Corequisite: BIS 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Hands-on class to learn basic skills in HTML, CGI, Java and Multimedia techniques. Note: This course is equal to the SJCC CIS-132 course. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

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(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Online 46983 201 INTERNET #46983 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. Online students must attend one of these sessions: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 5:00PM in R4231 OR Thursday, Sept. 4 at 6:00PM in R4231 OR Friday, Sept. 5 at 5:30PM in R4231 Call 408-274-7900, ext.6628 to reserve a space in one of these meetings or with questions concerning this class. This class covers MS Office Word and Excel 2007. NOTE: BIS200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES 46984 202 INTERNET #46984 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. Online students must attend one of these sessions: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 5:00PM in R4231 OR Thursday, Sept. 4 at 6:00PM in R4231 OR Friday, Sept. 5 at 5:30PM in R4231 Call at 408-274-7900, ext.6628 to reserve a space in one of these meetings or with questions concerning this class. This class covers MS Office Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint 2007. NOTE: BIS200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES STAFF 3.0 STAFF 1.5

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47004 201 LEC S 201 LAB S 0900-1115AM RG240 1120-0245PM RG240 EISENBERG, J EISENBERG, J

BIS 135 - HUMAN RELATIONS IN THE WORK PLACE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Resolve work situations positively and effectively.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47718 201 LEC M 0600-0915PM C105 SANTOS, S

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BIS 138 - OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Be employed or a volunteer at an approved worksite for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 48002 201 BY ARRG Please call 408-270-6470 to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 6:00-7:00PM Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:30-11:30AM SC214

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BIS 115 - KEYBOARDING SPEED & ACCURACY IMPROVEMENT

Prerequisite: BIS 11A or previous keyboarding experience. Achieve your fastest keyboarding speed in the shortest possible time and improve your accuracy rate. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM R4231 46985 201 LAB MW #46985 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 11:00AM 0600-0915PM R4231 47001 202 LAB M #47001 Orientation: Sept. 8 at 6:15PM 0915-1040AM R4231 47003 205 LAB MW #47003 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 9:30AM SANTOS, S LAYMAN, N SANTOS, S

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BIS 156 - PUNCTUATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Learn to spot punctuation errors quickly and submit error-free documents. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM R4233 47007 201 LAB TH #47007 Orientation: Sept. 4 at 11:00AM 0600-0730PM R4233 47008 202 LAB M #47008 Orientation: Sept. 8 at 6:15PM SANTOS, S CARTY, L

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BIS 157 - PROOFREADING

Advisory Level: Read: 1 Write: 1 Math: None Enhance your skills in written communications-learn to edit and proofread documents. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0135PM R4233 47009 201 LAB T #47009 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 12:30PM 0600-0720PM R4233 47010 202 LAB W #47010 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM SANTOS, S STAFF

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BIS 162 - MEDICAL CODING

Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended Preparation: BIS 017 Learn step-by-step medical coding. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-0150PM R4233 47022 201 LAB TTH #47022 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 1045-1210PM R4233 47023 202 LAB TTH #47023 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 0600-0905PM R4233 47025 203 LAB MW #47025 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM Instructors: Carty, L. and Staff 0600-0905PM R4231 47027 204 LAB W #47027 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM 0900-1215PM R4233 47030 205 LAB F #47030 Orientation: Sept. 5 at 9:15AM STAFF SANTOS, S SANTOS, S SANTOS, S 2.0 1.0 2.0

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BIS 160 - COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL BILLING

Prerequisite: BIS 011A with C or better. Recommended Preparation: BIS 017 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This self-paced course introduces students to the functions of processing medical insurance claims. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-0150PM R4233 47011 201 LAB TTH #47011 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 1045-1210PM R4233 47012 202 LAB TTH #47012 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 0600-0905PM R4233 47013 203 LAB W #47013 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM 0900-1215PM R4233 47014 204 LAB F #47014 Orientation: Sept. 5 at 9:15AM SANTOS, S SANTOS, S STAFF SANTOS, S 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

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BIS 200 - SUPERVISED LAB

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in BIS 35 or 36 38 or 91 or 95 or 102A or 102B or 104 or 106 or 107 or 109 or 110 or 110A or 110B or 112 or 121 or 125 or 128 or 183 or 186 or 190A or 190B or 191A or 191B or 192A or 192B or 194. Supplemental practice in coursework to assist with the corequisite course is provided.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47036 201 BY ARRG 47037 202 BY ARRG 47039 203 BY ARRG RG240 RG240 R4233 OBERDICK, Y LAYMAN, N SNAPP, M

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BIS 161 - COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL OFFICE PROCEDURES

Prerequisite: BIS 011A Recommended Preparation: BIS 017 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This self-paced class introduces students to computerized medical office procedures. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM R4233 47015 201 LAB TTH #47015 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 12:30PM 1045-1210PM R4233 47016 202 LAB TTH #47016 Orientation: Sept. 2 at 11:00AM 0600-0915PM R4233 47017 203 LAB M #47017 Orientation: Sept. 8 at 6:15PM 0600-0905PM R4231 47019 204 LAB W #47019 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM 0900-1215PM R4233 47020 205 LAB F #47020 Orientation: Sept. 5 at 9:15AM SANTOS, S SANTOS, S CARTY, L STAFF SANTOS, S

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Chemistry

NOTE: All Chemistry students are required to provide their own OSHA approved safety goggles, available at the EVC Campus Store. For other course offerings in the Physical Sciences, see Astronomy, Environmental Science, Oceanography, Physics, Physical Science.

CHEM 001A - GENERAL CHEMISTRY

Prerequisite: Chem 15 and Math 13, both with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A first course in general chemistry with lab for science and pre-professional majors. CAN Num: XXXXXX CAN Seq: CHEMSEQA MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45364 201 201 45365 202 202 45366 203 203 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB MW MW MW MW TTH TTH 0915-1040AM 1045-0150PM 0915-1040AM 0200-0505PM 0915-1040AM 1045-0150PM AD211 AC252 AD211 AC252 AD211 AC252 HWANG, C HWANG, C HWANG, C BROWN, B HWANG, C HWANG, C

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Prerequisite: CHEM 001A, minimum grade C Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A second course in general chemistry, with lab, for science and preprofessional majors. CAN Num: XXXXXX CAN Seq: CHEMSEQA MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45367 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 1045-1210PM AD211 1245-0350PM AD221 VALENTIN, J VALENTIN, J

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CHEM 015 - FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

Prerequisite: MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 012 or MATH 011S; all with C or better or equivalent. Recommended: MATH 013 may be taken prior to or concurrent with CHEM 015. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Fundamentals of chemistry for students interested in enrolling in CHEM-001A. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0745-0910AM AC162 45369 201 LEC TTH Note: #45369 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 201 LAB T 0915-1220PM AC160 Note: #45369 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in BROWN, B BROWN, B

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CHEM 012A - ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Prerequisite: CHEM 001B, minimum grade C Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The first course of a two-semester sequence in organic chemistry for science majors. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45368 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0915-1040AM AF231 1100-0205PM AC264 VALENTIN, J VALENTIN, J

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this course be computer/internet literate. 0745-0910AM AC162 45370 202 LEC TTH Note: #45370 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 202 LAB TH 0915-1220PM AC160 Note: #45370 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 0745-0910AM AC162 45371 203 LEC MW #45371 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 203 LAB W 0915-1220PM AC160 #45371 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 0615-0920PM AD211 45372 204 LEC TH Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 204 LAB T 0615-0920PM AC160 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. Affirm 205 LEC MW 0745-0910AM AC162 #205 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. This course includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 205 LAB W 0915-1220PM AC160 #205 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. This course includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. BROWN, B PUGA, J PUGA, J BROWN, B BROWN, B BROWN, B BROWN, B

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CHEM 030A - INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY

Prerequisite: MATH-011A or MATH-011R or MATH-011S or MATH-012, mininum grade C. Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introductory chemistry for non-majors meeting GE requirements in r physical science with lab. CAN Num: XXXXXX CAN Seq: CHEMSEQB

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1230-0125PM 45374 201 LEC MW 201 LAB M 0145-0500PM 1230-0125PM 45375 202 LEC MW 202 LAB W 0145-0450PM 1230-0125PM 45376 203 LEC TTH 203 LAB T 0145-0450PM 1230-0125PM 45377 204 LEC TTH 204 LAB TH 0145-0450PM 0700-0905PM 45378 205 LEC M Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 205 LAB W 0600-0905PM Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. AD211 AC160 AD211 AC160 AD211 AC160 AD211 AC160 AD211 AC160 STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF ARONOWITZ, Y ARONOWITZ, Y ARONOWITZ, Y ARONOWITZ, Y

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CET 143 - PHOTOGRAMMETRY

Prerequisite: ENGR 61 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Principles and applications of terrestrial and aerial photogrammetry.

(Oct 9 to Nov 6) 45383 201 LEC TH 0600-0915PM A5132 BAKER, F

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CET 145 - ASTRONOMY FOR SURVEYORS

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Prerequisite: ENGR-061 with C or better, or equivalent. Astronomical procedures for determining latitude, time, and azimuth.

(Nov 13 to Dec 18) 45384 201 LEC TH 0600-0915PM A5132 BAKER, F

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0700-0905PM AD211 45379 206 LEC M Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 206 LAB TH 0600-0905PM AC160 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting.

CET 146 - CADD FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING, SURVEYING, AND LAND DEVELOPMENT

Prerequisisite: ENGR 061 (or equivalent), with C or better OR concurrent enrollment in ENGR 061. Recommended: ENGR 018 or CADD 130. Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None AutoDesk/Land Desktop skills for civil engineering, surveying and land development.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45385 201 LEC T 201 LAB T 0315-0455PM AB134 0530-0835PM AB121 YU, Z YU, Z

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CHEM 030B - INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY

Prerequisite: CHEM 030A or CHEM 015 or CHEM 001A, with grade C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Continuation of Chemistry 030A with emphasis on organic and biological chemistry. CAN Num: XXXXXX CAN Seq: CHEMSEQB MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45380 201 LEC MW 201 LAB F 0815-0910AM AD211 0815-1130AM AD221 STAFF STAFF

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Communication Studies

COMS 010 - INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Provides an understanding of interpersonal communication skills with emphasis on in-class discussion. CAN Num: SPCH8 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM C202 45801 201 LEC TTH #45801 This course has a Service-Learning option. 0600-0915PM C202 45803 202 LEC T #45803 This course has a Service-Learning option. ROWE, K ROWE, K

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Civil Engineering Technology

For other course offerings in Engineering, see Engineering, Engineering Technology.

CET 100 - APPLIED MATH FOR LAND SURVEYING

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended: Completion of geometry, in high school or college, is strongly recommended. Math concepts and problem solving skills applied to land surveying and mapping.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45381 201 LAB F 0300-0615PM A5132 KHODAI, M

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CET 142 - CALIFORNIA COORDINATE SYSTEM

Prerequisite: Engr 61 with C Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Introduction to the California Coordinate System, application and conversion to the State System.

(Sep 4 to Oct 2) 45382 201 LEC TH 0600-0915PM A5132 BAKER, F

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Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop skills for public speaking, writing research outlines, rhetorical theory and criticism. CAN Num: SPCH4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0745-0910AM C202 45804 201 LEC MW 1045-1210PM C202 45805 202 LEC MW 1215-0140PM C202 45807 203 LEC MW #45807 is an Aspire Program course. 45808 45810 45813 45815 45817 45818 45819 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW TTH TTH TTH TH MW TTH 0145-0310PM 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 0145-0310PM 0600-0915PM 0315-0440PM 1215-0140PM C203 C202 C203 C202 C202 C203 C203 CARRION, J GILL, A CARRION, J GILL, A SHEAHAN, J LEE, P ROWE, K ROWE, K CARRION, J LEE, P

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Computer Aided Design & Drafting

Specializing in up-to-date CADD instruction, featuring AutoCAD®, Mechanical Desktop and Autodesk Inventor software, the CADD Technology department at EVC offers a wide variety of course work designed for individuals wanting to upgrade and expand their existing technical skills and for new students wanting to prepare for employment in numerous CADD (Computer Assisted Design and Drafting) related fields. For further information contact Professor Loren Fromm, (408) 274-7900 ext. 6664, Email [email protected]

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CADD 130 - FUNDAMENTALS OF AUTOCAD

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 1 This is a beginning level CADD course focusing on the fundamentals of using AutoCAD software. MATERIAL FEE: $3.00 3.0

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47095 201 201 47096 202 202 LEC LAB LEC LAB W M S S 0630-0810PM 0600-0915PM 0900-1115AM 1130-0255PM AB103 AB101 AB103 AB101 JOHNSON, M JOHNSON, M HITCHCOCK, J HITCHCOCK, J

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COMS 040 - INTRODUCTION TO ARGUMENTATION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Logical arguments, critical listening, analytical thinking through speeches, cases, debates, briefs. CAN Num: SPCH6 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45820 45822 45824 45825 45826 201 202 203 204 205 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW TTH TTH TTH W 0915-1040AM 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 0315-0440PM 0600-0915PM C203 C203 C202 C202 A5212 GILL, A GILL, A GILL, A GILL, A THREET, D

CADD 131 - AUTOCAD 2

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Recommended Prep: CADD 130 or equivalent coursework or work experience. This course is an intermediate to advanced AutoCAD course that includes 3-D techniques. MATERIAL FEE: $3.00

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COMS 045 - SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Theory and practice in group dynamics and its rela communication process.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0915-1040AM C202 45829 201 LEC MW #45829 is an Aspire Program course. This course has a Service-Learning option. 1215-0140PM 45831 202 LEC MW 0145-0310PM 45832 203 LEC MW 0745-0910AM 45833 204 LEC TTH 0600-0915PM 45834 205 LEC M P102 C202 C202 A5212 CARRION, J

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CADD 133 - USING AUTODESK INVENTOR

Recommended Prep: Basic Computer Skills Advisory Level: Read 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 This course covers the fundamentals of Autodesk Inventor CADD software. MATERIAL FEE: $3.00

HANASAKI, P HANASAKI, P SHEAHAN, J THREET, D (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47099 201 LAB WF 0600-0905PM AB101 HITCHCOCK, J

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CADD 134 - ADVANCED AUTODESK INVENTOR

Recommended Prep: Prior Inventor training and/or experience is recommended. Advisory: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 This course is an advanced Autodesk Inventor course. MATERIAL FEE: $3.00

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CADD 138 - OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 48007 201 BY ARRG Please call 408-270-6470 to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 6:00-7:00PM Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:30-11:30AM SC214

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CADD 142 - MODERN DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Recommended Prep: Prior knowledge of drafting and/or manufacturing processes. This course covers modern dimensioning and tolerancing practices based on ASME standards.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47106 201 LEC M 0630-0835PM AB103 FROMM, L

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CADD 144A - ARCHITECTURAL CADD APPLICATIONS

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Recommended: CADD 130 or equivalent coursework or work experience. This course focuses on CADD techniques specific to architectural drawing and design. MATERIAL FEE: $3.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47115 201 LAB TTH 47119 202 LAB TTH 1215-0320PM AB103 0600-0905PM AB103 STAFF STAFF

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CADD 139 - USING SOLIDWORKS

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Recommended: Basic computer knowledge. This course covers the fundamentals of Solidworks CADD software. MATERIAL FEE: $3.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47102 201 LAB WF 0600-0905PM AB101 HITCHCOCK, J

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CADD 144B - ARCHITECTURAL CADD APPLICATIONS

+2.0 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Recommended: CADD 130 and 144A or equivalent coursework or work experience. This course focuses on the creation of drawing related to an architectural design problem. MATERIAL FEE: $3.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47120 201 LAB TTH 47122 202 LAB TTH 1215-0320PM AB103 0600-0905PM AB103 STAFF STAFF

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CADD 140A - CADD APPLICATIONS - BASIC DRAFTING

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Recommended: Prior CADD training and/or experience. This beginning level CADD course focuses on the standardized concepts of technical drafting. MATERIAL FEE: $3.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47111 201 LAB TTH 47113 202 LAB TTH 1215-0320PM AB103 0600-0905PM AB103 STAFF STAFF

CADD 210 - CADD SUPERVISED SKILLS LAB

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in any other CADD class. CADD Supervised Skills Lab.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47109 201 BY ARRG AB101 STAFF

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CADD 141 - CADD APPLICATIONS--DESIGN

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Recommended Prep: CADD 130 and 140A or equivalent coursework or work experience. This CADD course focuses on concepts and procedures used when designing objects and/or assemblies. MATERIAL FEE: $3.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47103 201 LAB TTH 47105 202 LAB TTH 1215-0320PM AB103 0600-0905PM AB103 STAFF STAFF

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Computer and Information Technology

The Computer and Information Technology Program offers an Associate in Science Degree and Certificates in Computer Programming, Web Programming, and UNIX System Administration. CIT individualized labs allow you to: - Enhance your technical skills and knowledge. - Receive hands-on training in Visual Basic, Java, UNIX/Linux, and Perl. - Choose to attend EVC labs or learn online. - Receive one-on-one attention! - Don't get left behind! - Enroll in CIT lab or online courses. - Get the edge to get ahead! For further information, contact Sally Chumbley at 408-274-7900 ext. 6628 or email [email protected] or call 408-270-6434

CIT 020 - PROGRAM DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

Prerequisite: Math 13 or equivalent Corequisite: CIT 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course is an introduction to problem solving and computer programming. Note: This course equal to SJCC CIS-042 course MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

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CIT 024 - VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING

Prerequisite: CIT 20 with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Set up Windows applications quickly. Note: This course equal to SJCC CIS-073 course. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Hybrid 0600-0715PM RF234 47129 201 LEC M #47129 is a hybrid course. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. 201 LAB M 0720-0805PM RF234 #47129 is a hybrid course. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. LICHTBACH, H

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CIT 010 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Corequisite: CIT 200 Recommended: Math 11A or 11R or 11S or 12 or 12L or placement based on Math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 2 This course covers the basic concepts and terminology in computers and information technology. Note: This course equal to EVC BIS 091 and SJCC CIS 041 MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47123 201 201 47124 202 202 47125 203 203 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB TTH T TTH T T T 1045-1210PM 1215-0105PM 0915-1040AM 1045-1135AM 0600-0905PM 0500-0550PM C209 RG240 LE209 RG240 LE209 RG240 MORGAN, V EISENBERG, J MORGAN, V EISENBERG, J MORGAN, V EISENBERG, J SHANER, C SHANER, C

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CIT 040 - INTERNET PUBLISHING

Prerequisite: CIT 10 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Hands on class to learn basic skills in HTML, CGI, JavaScript, and multimedia techniques Note: This course equal to EVC's BIS-125 and SJCC's CIS-132. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47130 201 LEC S 201 LAB S 0900-1115AM RG240 1120-0245PM RG240 EISENBERG, J EISENBERG, J

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Internet Online 47126 204 INTERNET 47127 205 INTERNET #47126 and #47127 are Internet courses. Mandatory courses orientation is held on campus. You must attend ONE of the two scheduled orientation sessions at the following times: Thursday, Sept. 4, 2:00-3:00PM in LE232 Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:30-11:30AM in LE232 Students will be required to come on campus for the final exam. Email your instructor with any questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course.

CIT 041X - INTRODUCTION TO XML

Prerequisite: CIT 040 Corequisite: CIT 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Use XML notation and tools to work with established and custom markup languages. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47142 201 LEC TH 201 LAB TH 0615-0850PM RF241 0855-1020PM RF241 EISENBERG, J EISENBERG, J

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CIT 042 - PERL PROGRAMMING

Corequisite: CIT 200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended Preparation: Basic Computer Literacy, familiarity with programming concepts (such as those taught in CIT 020) Introduction to Perl Programming, including networking, graphic and CGI scripts. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Hybrid 0600-0715PM RF234 47131 201 LEC W #47131 is a hybrid class. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. 201 LAB W 0720-0805PM RF234 #47131 is a hybrid class. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. EISENBERG, J EISENBERG, J

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CIT 052 - UNIX/LINUX SHELL PROGRAMMING

Corequisite: CIT 200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended Preparation: Basic Computer Literacy, familiarity with UNIX/Linux systems such as taught in CIT 050. Introduction to UNIX and Linux shells (bash and C shell) and utilities.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Online 47134 201 INTERNET #47134 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend one of these three scheduled orientation sessions at the following times in room RF241: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 4:00PM Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 6:30PM Thursday, Sept. 4 at 4:00PM Students may be required to come to campus for midterm and final exams. Email your instructor with questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. NOTE: CIT200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES EISENBERG, J

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CIT 044 - JAVA PROGRAMMING

Prerequisite: COMSC 075 or CIT 022 or CIT 024 or CIT 042 or Equiv Programming Language Knowledge Corequisite: CIT 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Students learn to develop Java applets and standalone applications Note: This course equal to SJCC CIS-084 course. MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Hybrid 0600-0715PM RF234 47132 201 LEC M #47132 is a hybrid class. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. 201 LAB M 0720-0805PM RF234 #47132 is a hybrid class. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. LICHTBACH, H

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CIT 054 - UNIX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION

Prerequisite: CIT 50 Corequisite: CIT 200 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Introduction to UNIX Administration with emphasis on stand-alone systems. Note: This course is equal to the SJCC CIS-158 course.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Online 47135 201 INTERNET #47135 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend one of these three scheduled orientation sessions at the following times in room RF241: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 4:00PM Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 6:30PM Thursday, Sept. 4 at 4:00PM Students may be required to come to campus for midterm and final exams. Email your instructor

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CIT 050 - INTRODUCTION TO UNIX/LINUX

Corequisite: CIT 200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended Preparation: Computer Literacy Students will be introduced to commands, using an editor, and administration by using UNIX/Linux. Note: This course equal to SJCC CIS-157 course.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Online 47133 201 INTERNET #47133 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend one of these three scheduled orientation sessions at the following times in room RF241: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 4:00PM Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 6:30PM Thursday, Sept. 4 at 4:00PM Students may be required to come to campus for midterm and final exams. Email your instructor with questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. NOTE: CIT200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES EISENBERG, J

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CIT 138 - OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE ALTERNATE PLAN

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

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CII 215 - INTRODUCTORY WORD PROCESSING

Introduction to word processing for beginning students.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47253 201 BY ARRG 47254 202 BY ARRG 47255 203 BY ARRG LE204 LE204 LE204 BRASHARES, W BRASHARES, W DANG, V

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(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 48009 201 BY ARRG Please call 408-270-6470 to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 6:00-7:00PM Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:30-11:30AM SC214 ESPINOZA, J

CII 220 - INTRODUCTORY EMAIL AND INTERNET

This course teaches students to navigate the Internet and to create, receive, and send email.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47256 47257 47258 47259 201 202 203 204 BY ARRG BY ARRG BY ARRG BY ARRG LE209 LE204 LE204 LE204 BRASHARES, W BRASHARES, W BRASHARES, W DANG, V

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CIT 200 - SUPERVISED SKILLS LAB

Corequisite: CONC IN CIT 010 or 020 or 040 or 041J or 041X or 042 or 043A or 044 or 045 or 050 or 052 or 054 or 055 or 056 or 060 or 061 or 061B or 062 or 063 or 064 or 065 or 066 or 067 or 068 Advisory Level: Read: None Write: None Math: None Supplemental practice in coursework to assist with the corequisite course is provided.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47138 201 BY ARRG 47139 202 BY ARRG 47140 203 BY ARRG RF241 RG240 RG240 LICHTBACH, H LICHTBACH, H EISENBERG, J

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CII 225 - INTRODUCTORY SPREADSHEET

Introductory spreadsheet skills are learned in an individualized lab.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47260 201 BY ARRG 47261 202 BY ARRG 47262 203 BY ARRG LE204 LE204 LE204 BRASHARES, W DANG, V WISE, S

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CII 230 - INTRODUCTORY PRESENTATIONS

This introductory computer course teaches students computer presentation skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47263 201 BY ARRG 47264 202 BY ARRG LE204 LE204 LICHTBACH, H BRASHARES, W

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Computer Individual Instruction

COURSES PREVIOUSLY OFFERED AS CIS ARE NOW BEING OFFERED AS CII. CII provides a self-paced, individualized study program for students with limited levels of computer experience. CII prepares students so they have the computer skills that are required to work on class assignments. All CII students will attend one weekly group meeting in LE204. For Fall 2008 CII Group Meetings: Monday 1:45 - 2:35pm Tuesday 6:45 - 7:35pm Wednesday 10:45 - 11:35 am Thursday 10:45 - 11:35 am or 6:45 - 7:35pm Friday 10:00 - 11:00am Saturday 10:30 - 11:30am In addition, the labs are open Monday-Thursday 8:00am - 8:45pm, Fridays 8:00am - 4:00PM, and Saturdays 10:00am - 4:00pm.

CII 235 - INTRODUCTORY WINDOWS

This computer course teaches students introductory Windows skills using individualized instruction.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47265 201 BY ARRG 47266 202 BY ARRG 47724 203 BY ARRG LE204 LE204 LE204 BRASHARES, W DANG, V DANG, V

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CII 240 - INTRODUCTORY DESKTOP PUBLISHING

This computer course teaches students introductory desktop publishing skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47267 201 BY ARRG 47268 202 BY ARRG LE204 LE204 BRASHARES, W LICHTBACH, H

*0.5

CII 205 - INTRODUCTORY KEYBOARDING

This course introduces students to basic keyboarding skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47251 201 BY ARRG 47252 202 BY ARRG 47721 203 BY ARRG LE204 LE204 LE204 BRASHARES, W BRASHARES, W BRASHARES, W

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CII 245 - INTRODUCTORY DATABASE

This computer course teaches students introductory database skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47269 201 BY ARRG 47270 202 BY ARRG 47271 203 BY ARRG LE204 LE204 LE204 LICHTBACH, H BRASHARES, W LICHTBACH, H

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CII 250 - BASIC WEB PAGE

This computer course teaches students introductory web page design skills using templates.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47272 201 BY ARRG 47273 202 BY ARRG LE204 LE204 WISE, S BRASHARES, W

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Dance

DANCE 020 - JAZZ DANCE, BEGINNING

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels. Study of Jazz Dance theory and technique through lecture, demonstration and practice. No experience necessary.

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CII 270 - INTRODUCTORY COURSE MGMT SYSTEM (CMS)

This course teaches students to apply CMS tools sk skills to online courses.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47274 201 BY ARRG 47275 202 BY ARRG LE204 LE204 WISE, S WISE, S

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DANCE 021 - JAZZ DANCE, INTERMEDIATE

Prerequisite: DANCE 020 Jazz dance techniques, beyond basics. *0.5

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CII 275 - BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY

This is an introduction and sampling of basic computer literacy skills.

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DANCE 022 - SOCIAL DANCE

Prerequisite: None Advisory: Read 3 Write 3 Math None Introduction to Social Dance, including Waltz, Fox-Trot, Tango, Rhumba, Cha-Cha, and Swing.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45838 201 LAB S 45839 202 LAB M 0900-1225PM RD312 0600-0915PM RD312

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Computer Science

Computer Science is a transfer program. The courses are transferable to many California State University and University of California campuses. Check with a counselor or with the http://www.assist.org/ website to learn more about the Lower Division Requirements for a Computer Science Major. For further information on Evergreen's Computer Science program contact Harry Lichtbach at (408) 274-7900 ex 6577 or (408) 270-6434

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DANCE 050 - MODERN DANCE, BEGINNING

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels. Theory and practice of elementary modern dance steps, positions, and alignments.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45840 201 LAB MW 0915-1040AM RD312 GABBANI, E

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COMSC 072 - DISCRETE MATHEMATICS FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE

Prerequisite: Math 21 & 22, both with C or better; or Math 25 (SJCC) with C or better; Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the discrete mathematics that applies to Computer Science CAN Num: CSCI26 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47143 201 LEC MW 0145-0350PM LE209 ESTRADA, J

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DANCE 051 - MODERN DANCE, INTERMEDIATE

Prerequisite: DANCE 050 or (DANCE 025A and 025B) Applied practice of modern dance steps, positions, and alignments to intermediate and performance levels.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45841 201 LAB MW 0915-1040AM RD312 GABBANI, E

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COMSC 076 - COMPUTER SCIENCE II

Prerequisite: (COMSC 72 with C or Math 70 with C) and COMSC 75 with C or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course covers abstract Data types and advanced programming techniques CAN Num: CSCI24 CAN Seq: XXXXXX MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47144 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0915-1040AM RF241 1045-1210PM RF241 LICHTBACH, H LICHTBACH, H

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Economics

ECON 010A - PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMIC THEORY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 The Organization of the Economic Order with Emphasis on Macroeconomics. CAN Num: ECON2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX 3.0

Educational Instructional Technology

Educational Instructional Technology courses are online courses which require students to attend the orientation These courses are designed for students, future teachers, and educators to learn about the essential technologies, strategies and tools needed to be successful in an online course and to effectively implement instructional technology into an educational environment.

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(Sep 2 to Oct 23) Accelerated 0530-0835PM CCCH 47150 206 LEC TTH #47150 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47145 47146 47147 47148 47149 201 202 203 204 205 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW TTH TH S 0745-0910AM 0915-1040AM 0915-1040AM 0630-0945PM 0900-1225PM C102 C102 C102 AA232 C203 RISSO, M RISSO, M RISSO, M ROGHANI, M IYER, S MOGLEN, D

EDIT 005 - INTRO TO ONLINE LEARNING

Prerequisite: None Corerequisite: None Advisory Levels: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 2 Recommended Preparation: Use of keyboard and mouse and experience of using Windows or Mac programs. Introduction to learning technologies, strategies and tools used in Internet-based online learning.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Online 47247 201 DED #47247 is an Internet course. Please attend one of the following orientations in room LE228: Saturday, September 6: 10:00-11:00AM Monday, September 8: 10:00-11:00AM Tuesday, September 9: 4:00-5:00PM RAHIM, N

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ECON 010B - INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMIC THEORY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 The Organization of the Economic Order with emphasis on Microeconomics. CAN Num: ECON4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47151 47152 47153 47154 201 202 203 204 LEC LEC LEC LEC MW TTH M TH 1045-1210PM 0745-0910AM 0630-0945PM 0145-0450PM P107A C102 C102 AA232 RISSO, M RISSO, M MOGLEN, D MOGLEN, D

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EDIT 010 - COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course teaches how to use computer applications for teaching and learning.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Online 47248 201 INTERNET #47248 is an Internet course. Please attend one RAHIM, N

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Education

EDUC 012MS - MATH AND SCIENCE FUTURE TEACHER SEMINAR

READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: 3 Seminar/Field Experience for students preparing to be secondary school math or science teachers.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0315-0440PM A5132 45401 201 LEC TTH #45401 This course has a Service-Learning option. MATUSOW, S

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of the following orientations in room LE228: Saturday, September 6: 12:00-1:00PM Monday, September 8: 12:00-1:00PM Tuesday, September 9: 5:00-6:00PM

EDIT 022 - WEBCT TO DEVELOP ONLINE COURSES

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course will teach online course development with the WebCT course management system. 3.0

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Online 47249 201 INTERNET #47249 is an Internet course. Please attend one of the following orientations in room LE228: Saturday, September 6: 2:00-3:00PM Monday, September 8: 2:00-3:00PM Tuesday, September 9: 6:00-7:00PM RAHIM, N

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EDUC 013MS - MATH & SCIENCE FUTURE TEACHER SEMINAR II

Prerequisites: MATH-013 and EDUC-012MS; both with grade of C. or better. Advisory: READ:3 WRITE: 3 MATH: 4 Recommendation: Must meet with a counselor prior 2nd Seminar/Field Experience for students preparin secondary school math or science teachers.

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Engineering

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ENGR 060 - SURVEYING

Prerequisite: MATH 022 or CET 100 or equivalent, either with C or better. Or, CET 100 may be taken concurrently. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to surveying theory and practice. CAN Num: ENGR10 CAN Seq: XXXXXX MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

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ENGR 001 - TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Develops competence in English through essay, analytical reading and laboratory work.

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ENGR 010 - ENGINEERING PROCESSES AND TOOLS

Prerequisite: Math 021 with C or better grade. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Introduction to engineering , problem solving and computer applications. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

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ENGR 066 - PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS

Prerequisite: (CHEM 011A or 001A) and PHYSICS 004A, all with grade of C or better. Corequisite: ENGR-200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended Prep.: Computer Literacy This course is the study of mechanical, physical and chemical properties of materials. CAN Num: ENGR4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

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ENGR 018 - ENGINEERING DESIGN AND GRAPHICS

Prerequisite: Math 014 with grade of C or better or equivalent. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Engineering design and graphics, CAD, and VBA scripts. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

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(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1230-0235PM AB134 45391 201 LEC F Note: #45391 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. This course has a Service-Learning option. 201 LAB F 0300-0615PM AB131 Note: #45391 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. This course has a Service-Learning option. TABRIZI, A TABRIZI, A

ENGR 050 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING

Prerequisite: Math 071 with C or better Corequisite: ENGR 200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended Preparation: In order to increase student success, be able to (1) operate a personal computer, (2) work with the Windows operating system, (3) use wordprocessing software, (4) use spreadsheet software. Fundamentals of C++ object oriented programming and engineering problem-solving. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0145-0240PM AB134 45389 201 LEC MW Note: #45389 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 201 LAB MW 0245-0410PM AB121 Note: #45389 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. TABRIZI, A TABRIZI, A

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ENGR 071 - INTRODUCTION TO CIRCUIT ANALYSIS

Prerequisite: MATH 073 & PHYS 004B, both with C or better. Corequisite: ENGR 200 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended Preparation: completion of ENGL 001A, & ENGR 010, & differential equations or concurrent registration in MATH 078. Transient and steady AC/DC circuits, Thevenin's theorem, impedance, and power analysis. MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM AB134 45392 201 LEC TTH Note: #45392 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 201 LAB T 0145-0450PM A5102 Note: #45392 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. TABRIZI, A TABRIZI, A

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ENGR 200 - SUPERVISED LAB ENGINEERING

Corequisite: Concurrent in ENGR 001 or 010 or 018 or 050 or 060 or 061 or 062 or 066 or 069 or 071 Supervised Lab.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45393 201 BY ARRG AB121 TABRIZI, A

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English

FINAL EXAMINATION FOR SELECTED ENGLISH COURSES: All EVC students enrolled in English 1A, 1B, 102, 104, or 330 are required to take a department final exam on December 12, 2008. This includes evening, weekend college, and short courses. The exam schedule is as follows: Final Exams: English 1A English 1B English 102 English 104 English 330 Friday, December 12, 2008 09:40-11:40AM 02:00-04:00PM 07:30-9:30AM 11:50-01:50PM 02:00-04:00PM

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English - ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGL 001A

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FINAL EXAMINATION students must complete Prerequisite: ContinuingFOR SELECTED ENGLISH COURSES: All EVC students enrolled in English 1A, 1B, 102, 104, or 330 are required [(ENGL a department 092) exam on December 12, 2008. This includes to take 104 or ENGL final and (ENGL 102 or evening, weekend college, or ESL 091 or ESL The READ 101 or READ 101S)] and short courses. 093; exam schedule is as follows: all with C or better. New students will be placed Final Exams: Friday, December 12, 2008 based on the results of assessment. English 1A 09:40-11:40AM English 1B 02:00-04:00PM Expository writing, critical reading, research English 102 07:30-9:30AM techniques. English 104 11:50-01:50PM English 330 02:00-04:00PM

ENGL 001B - ENGLISH COMPOSITION

Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better Introduction to literature including fiction, drama, poetry, and the essay; emphasis: critical writing.

0915-1040AM AA222 46702 201 LEC MW 1045-1210PM A4213 46703 202 LEC MW 0915-1040AM P103 46704 203 Course No. TitleLEC TTH #46704 includes Days Reg ID# Sec.No. an optional Honors component. Time Room Please contact the instructor for information.

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Course No. Title 104, 322 and 330 Labs are located after the English English 102, Reg ID# Sec.No. English (XENGL) 102, 104, 322 and 330 Labs Time Units 0745-0910AM Room P104B Instructor J EMBREE, 46672 201 LEC MW section under: Days

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0630-0945PM C101A 46686 215 LEC TH Affirm 216 F 0745-1100AM C207 46687 228 LEC TTH 0145-0310PM C101A 1130-0245PM C101A 46688 an LEC F #228 is 217Affirm Program course. 46690 218 LEC S See Affirm Counselor to enroll. 0830-1155AM C101A 1215-0140PM C207 46692 220 LEC MW Enlace 1045-1210PM C101A 46695 223 LEC MW 0915-1040AM P103 #46695 221 LEC MW is an Aspire Program course. #221 is an Enlace Program course. This course has a Service-Learning option. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. 0915-1040AM PE102 46696 224 LEC MW Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM 1215-0140PM P103 46697 225 LEC TTH Saturday, Sept. 13 TTH 1045-1210PM 46698 226 LEC in Montgomery Hall, SC127 C101A 0630-0945PM P103 46699 227 Online T Internet LEC 1045-1210PM AF141 46701 229 LEC MW 46694 222 INTERNET Affirm #46694 is an Internet course. Mandatory course 228 LEC TTH 0145-0310PM C207 orientation is Saturday, Sept. 6 from #228 is an Affirm LE232. 10:00-12:00PM inProgram course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. y College * 408-274-7900 * www.evc.edu Enlace 221 LEC MW 0915-1040AM P103 #221 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 Internet Online 46694 222 INTERNET #46694 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is Saturday, Sept. 6 from

0915-1040AM C207 WILSON, J 46673 202 LEC MW 1045-1210PM C207 MENTOR, S 46674 203 3.0 ENGL 001A LEC MW - ENGLISH COMPOSITION 1215-0140PM C101A MARVIN, T 46675 204 LEC MW Prerequisite: Continuing students must complete VORA, R 0145-0310PM C207 46676 205 LEC MW [(ENGL 104 orLEC MW (ENGL 102 C207 TICE, R 46677 206 ENGL 092) and0445-0610PM or READ 101 or READ 101S)] or 0745-0910AMESL 093; WARNER, J ESL 091 or SC101 46678 207 LEC TTH 0915-1040AM C101A HAHN, R all 46679 208better. TTH students will be placed with C or LEC New 1215-0140PM C101A LEWIS, A 46680 the LEC TTH based on209 results of assessment. 0145-0310PM AYTCH, K 46681 210 LEC TTH Expository writing, critical reading, research C207 0445-0610PM R3312 O'KLOCK-STEIN, 46682 211 techniques. LEC TTH 0615-0930PM C101A TICE, R 46683 212 LEC M 0630-0945PM P103 WEBER, B 46684 213 LEC T (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0630-0945PM SC102 PASSALACQUA, 46685 214 LEC W 0745-0910AM P104B EMBREE, J 46672 201 LEC MW 0630-0945PM C101A WEBER, B 46686 215 LEC TH 0915-1040AM C207 WILSON, J 46673 202 LEC MW 0745-1100AM C101A ZIMMER, N 46687 216 LEC F 1045-1210PM C207 MENTOR, S 46674 203 LEC MW 1130-0245PM C101A ZIMMER, N 46688 217 LEC F 1215-0140PM C101A MARVIN, T 46675 204 LEC MW 0830-1155AM C101A BRETT, T 46690 218 LEC S 0145-0310PM C207 VORA, R 46676 205 LEC MW 1215-0140PM C207 WILSON, J 46692 220 LEC MW 0445-0610PM C207 TICE, R 46677 206 LEC MW 1045-1210PM C101A BANERJEE, S 46695 223 LEC MW 0745-0910AM SC101 WARNER, J 46678 207 LEC TTH #46695 is an Aspire Program course. 0915-1040AM C101A HAHN, R 46679 208 LEC TTH This course has a Service-Learning option. 1215-0140PM C101A LEWIS, A 46680 209 LEC TTH 0915-1040AM PE102 FARBER, L 46696 224 LEC MW 0145-0310PM C207 AYTCH, K 46681 210 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM P103 46697 225 LEC TTH 0445-0610PM R3312 LEWIS, A O'KLOCK-STEIN, 46682 211 LEC TTH 226 LEC M 1045-1210PM C101A HAHN, R 46698 212 LEC TTH 0615-0930PM C101A TICE, R 46683 0630-0945PM P103 MCQUADE, J 46699 227 LEC T 0630-0945PM P103 WEBER, B 46684 213 LEC T 1045-1210PM SC102 PASSALACQUA, 46701 229 LEC W 0630-0945PM AF141 WILSON, S 46685 214 LEC MW WEBER, B ZIMMER, AYTCH, KN ZIMMER, N BRETT, T WILSON, J BANERJEE, S ROJAS, R

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46711 211 LEC TTH 0745-0910AM C207 (Sep 2 to Dec 18) AA222 A4213 Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with0915-1040AM P103 C or better 46704 203 LEC TTH #46704 includes an optional Honors component. Instruction and practice in critical thinking/ Please contact for IGETC for information. writing; qualifies the instructorcritical thinking. 46705 46706 46707 46712 46708 46713 46709 46714 46710 46715 46711 46716 46717 204 205 206 201 207 202 208 203 209 204 211 205 206 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC TTH TTH TTH MW M TTH TH TTH S M TTH W MW 1045-1210PM PE107 (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM C207 C101A AA222 C101B C207 C207 SC101 C207 C207 AA222

ENGL 001C LEC MW - CRITICAL 0915-1040AM 46702 201 THINKING/COMPOSITION 1045-1210PM 46703 202 LEC MW

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ENGL 001C - CRITICAL ENGL 001L - ENGLISH COMPOSITION THINKING/COMPOSITION LABORATORY 001A with C or better Prerequisite: ENGL

0445-0610PM 1045-1210PM 0630-0945PM 0915-1040AM 0615-0930PM 0145-0310PM 0900-1225PM 0615-0930PM 0745-0910AM 0615-0930PM 1215-0140PM

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Prerequisite: Placementin critical thinking/testing Instruction and practice in English 1A by or by completion for (Englishcritical thinking. 102) or writing; qualifies of IGETC 104 and ENGL (ESL 091 or ESL 093). (Sep 2 to Dec 18) Recommended Preparation: Students must be enrolled 201 or ENGL 1045-1210PM AA222 HAHN, R 46712 001ALEC MW 001B or ENGL 001C. in ENGL 0915-1040AM LEWIS, A 46713 202 LEC TTH Optional support lab; concurrent registration C207 0145-0310PM SC101 BLADES, S 46714 203 LEC TTH required in English 1A, or 1B, or 1C.

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ENGL 001L - ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGL 028 - INTRODUCTION TO WORLD LABORATORY MYTHOLOGY

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Prerequisite: Placement in English 1A by testing Prerequisite: Engl (104 or 092 or 3 units of or by completion of (English 104 and ENGL 102) or 092S) AND Engl (102 or 3 units of 102S), OR (ESL 091 or ESL 093). ESL 091, OR Engl (091A and 091B), all with a grade Recommended Preparation: Students must be enrolled of C or CR or higher, OR placement based on in ENGL 001A or ENGL 001B or ENGL 001C. assessment. Optional support lab; concurrent registration An introduction to the world's mythology and its required in English 1A, or 1B, or 1C. relationship to the individual.

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ENGL 033 - WOMEN IN LITERATURE

Prerequisite: Engl 102 and 104 (or 92), both with C, or placement based on assessment. Survey of stereotyped and individualized characterizations of women in literature.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46725 201 LEC MW 0915-1040AM AB103 WAMBACH, N

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ENGL 099 - GRAMMAR FOR WRITERS: WST PREPARATION

Prerequisite: Level 4 (Engl 001A, with a grade of C or higher). This course strengthens writing skills for upperdivision courses.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46760 201 LEC TTH 0315-0440PM RF134 MARVIN, T

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ENGL 080 - MEXICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE

Prerequisite: (ENGL 104 or ENGL 092) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101) or ESL 091; all all with C or better or placement based on assessment. Survey of selected Mexican American authors and the Mexican American experiences living in the U.S.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46729 201 LEC TTH 0745-0910AM C101C REGUA, R

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ENGL 102 - COLLEGE READING

Prerequisite: ESL 302 or ENGL 322 and (ENGL 330 or 335) or Read 301 and (ENGL 330 or 335); all with CR or C or better or placement based on assessment. Corequisite: XENGL-102L The required XENGL co-requisites are found at the end of this English section. Enhances reading and study skills using academic materials in a variety of disciplines.

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ENGL 082B - AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE

Prerequisite: Engl (104 or 92) and Engl (102 or READ 101), all with a grade of C or higher or placement based on assessment. A survey of African-American literature from 1930 to the present.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46731 201 LEC TH 0615-0930PM C101C AYTCH, K

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(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0745-0910AM 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 1215-0140PM 0445-0610PM 0915-1040AM 1215-0140PM 0145-0310PM 0615-0930PM 0630-0945PM 0615-0930PM 1045-1210PM AB231 C101B P103 P103 AB231 AB231 SC103 AB231 AB231 AB231 AB231 AB231 DELAROSA, D FIELER, M STAFF STAFF STAFF WRONSKY, M WRONSKY, M WRONSKY, M ROHDE, J ROHDE, J ROHDE, J STAFF ROJAS, R

ENGL 084A - SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE

Prerequisite: Engl (104 or 092) and (Engl 102 or Read 101), all with C or better or placement based on assessment. Representative American literature from its beginning to 1865.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM AB103 46757 201 LEC MW #46757 includes an optional Honors component. Please contact the instructor for information. WAMBACH, N

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Enlace 214 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM AB231 #214 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 Learning Communities 0915-1040AM AA232 46617 203 LEC MW #46617 is a Learning Community class. Students must also register for ENGL 104, #46766

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Engl (104 or 92) and Engl 102 or Read 101; all with C or better Representative of American literature from its beginning to the late 19th Century. CAN Num: ENGL8 CAN Seq: ENGLSEQB

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ENGL 104 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION

Prerequisite: Engl 322 and (330 or 335) with CR or placement based on assessment Corequisite: XENGL-104L [The required XENGL corequisites are found at the end of this English section.] Develops competence in English through essay, analytical reading and laboratory work

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0915-1040AM 46761 201 LEC MW 1045-1210PM 46762 202 LEC MW 1215-0140PM 46763 203 LEC MW 0145-0310PM 46764 204 LEC MW 0915-1040AM 46769 206 LEC TTH 1045-1210PM 46771 207 LEC TTH 0145-0310PM 46773 208 LEC TTH 0615-0930PM 46775 209 LEC T 0615-0930PM 46778 210 LEC W 1045-0200PM 46780 211 LEC F 0915-1040AM 46786 213 LEC MW #46786 is an Aspire Program course. 1215-0140PM 46796 216 LEC TTH SC103 SC103 SC103 C101A SC103 SC102 C101A C207 C101A C206 RF134 SC102 SILVER, W SILVER, W SILVER, W HOPKINS, W SILVER, W GIBSON, C HOPKINS, W AYTCH, K GUEVARA, T BLADES, S BANERJEE, S MCDONALD, Y AYTCH, K

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ENGL 321 - FUNDAMENTALS OF READING

Open Curriculum*: An assessment test is required prior to 1st day of class Concurrent Enrollment in English 341 Recommended. Develops students' vocabulary, comprehension, and reading rate.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46629 46630 46631 46632 46633 201 202 203 204 205 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW TTH TTH T 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 1045-1210PM 0915-1040AM 0600-0915PM SC101 SC101 SC101 SC101 SC101 BOLARIS, V FIELER, M STAFF BOLARIS, V SHIMIZU, W

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ENGL 321L - READING LABORATORY

Open Curriculum*: Concurrent or prior enrollment in ENGL-321. Concurrent Enrollment in English 341 Recommended. Strengthens vocabulary and comprehension skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46643 201 BY ARRG SC125 BOLARIS, V

*0.5 - 1.0

Affirm 212 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM A4213 #212 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. 212 LAB TTH 1045-1210PM A4213 #212 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. Enlace 214 LEC TTH 1045-1210PM AA232 #214 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 214 LAB MW 1045-1210PM C203 #214 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 215 LEC TTH 0745-0910AM C101A #215 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 215 LAB F 0915-1230PM C203 #215 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 Learning Communities 0745-0910AM P103 46766 205 LEC MW #46766 is a Learning Community class. Students must also register for ENGL 102, #46617

ENGL 322 - INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING

Prerequisite: Completion of ((ENGL 321 (3 units) and ENGL 341)) or 6 units of ENGL 350 or 6 units of ENGL 304S or (ESL 312 and ESL 313); all with a CR or placement based on assessment. Corequisite: XENGL-322L The required XENGL co-requisites are found at the end of this English section. Recommended: Conc enrollment in ENGL 330. Build vocabulary and strengthen reading and study skills in preparation for college reading.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46634 46635 46636 46637 46638 46639 46640 46641 46642 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW TTH MW TTH TTH TTH W MW 0745-0910AM 1045-1210PM 1045-1210PM 1215-0140PM 0745-0910AM 0915-1040AM 1215-0140PM 0630-0945PM 1215-0140PM RF134 RF134 RF134 RF134 RF134 AA222 RF134 RF134 SC101 FIELER, M KUYKENDALL, S STAFF STAFF KUYKENDALL, S STAFF STAFF ALESI, M KUYKENDALL, S

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ENGL 330 - IMPROVEMENT OF WRITING

Prerequisite: (3 units of ENGL 321 and ENGL 341) or 6 units of READ 350 or 6 units of ENGL 340S or (ESL 312 and 313); all with a CR or placement based on assessment. Corequisite: XENGL 330L [The required XENGL corequisites are found at the end of this English section.] Develop competence in writing standard English sentences, paragraphs and essays through class/lab work.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46801 46802 46803 46804 46815 46816 46817 201 202 203 204 206 207 208 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW TTH M TTH TTH MW 0915-1040AM 1215-0140PM 1045-1210PM 0630-0945PM 0915-1040AM 1215-0140PM 1045-1210PM C101A AA232 C207 AB231 RF134 AA232 C101C STAFF JACOBS, W SILVER, W GRAVENER, J STAFF SILVER, W JACOBS, W AYTCH, K

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English (XENGL) 102, 104, 322, 330 Labs

XENGL 102L - ENGL MOCK LAB COREQ ENGL 102

[These are the required XENGL corequisites for ENGL-102]

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46644 46645 46646 46647 46648 46649 46650 46651 46652 46653 46654 46655 46656 46657 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB M M T T M W W F TH W TH F M TH 1215-0145PM 0145-0315PM 1045-1205PM 0315-0435PM 0615-0745PM 1045-1205PM 0145-0305PM 1045-1225PM 0145-0310PM 1215-0140PM 0445-0610PM 0915-1055AM 0315-0445PM 1215-0140PM SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 BOLARIS, V BOLARIS, V BOLARIS, V STAFF STAFF BOLARIS, V BOLARIS, V STAFF STAFF BOLARIS, V STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

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Affirm 205 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM A4213 #205 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. 205 LAB TTH 1045-1210PM A4213 #205 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll.

AYTCH, K

XENGL 104L - ENGL MOCK LAB COREQ ENGL 104

[These are the required XENGL corequisites for ENGL-104] *3.0

46829 46830 46831 46832 46833 46834 46835 46836 46837 46838 46839 46840 46841 46842 46843 46844 46845 46846 46847 46848 46849 46850 46851 46852 46853 46854 46855 46856 46857 46858 46859 46877 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB M M M M M T T T T T T W W W W W W TH TH TH TH TH TH TH F F S S T M M F (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0745-1100AM 0845-1200PM 1045-0200PM 1245-0400PM 0245-0600PM 0845-1150AM 1045-0150PM 1145-0250PM 1245-0350PM 0245-0550PM 0445-0750PM 0945-1250PM 1045-0150PM 1245-0350PM 0145-0450PM 0445-0750PM 0545-0850PM 0745-1050AM 0845-1150AM 0945-1250PM 1145-0250PM 0145-0450PM 0345-0650PM 0445-0750PM 0745-1100AM 0945-0100PM 1030-0155PM 0830-1155AM 0745-1050AM 0445-0800PM 0545-0900PM 1045-0200PM SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 STAFF WARNER, J WARNER, J WAMBACH, N STAFF MENTOR, S MENTOR, S MENTOR, S STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF WAMBACH, N STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF MARVIN, T MARVIN, T STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF BANERJEE, S STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

0.0

ENGL 341 - BASIC SENTENCE/PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT

Open Curriculum*: An assessment test is required prior to the first day of class. Develops beginning writing skills by focusing on word forms, grammar, basic sentences, and paragraphs.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46818 46819 46820 46821 46822 46823 201 202 203 204 205 206 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW TTH MW TH TTH TTH 1215-0140PM 0915-1040AM 0745-0910AM 0615-0930PM 1045-1210PM 0745-0910AM P104A C101B C207 SC101 C101C SC103 WILSON, S STAFF STAFF GUEVARA, T WHITE, S WHITE, S

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XENGL 322L - ENGL MOCK LAB COREQ ENGL 322

[These are the required XENGL corequisites for ENGL-322.]

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46658 46659 46660 46661 46662 46663 46664 46665 46666 46667 46668 46669 46670 46671 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB M T T M W W F TH W TH F M M TH 0145-0315PM 1045-1205PM 0315-0435PM 0615-0745PM 1045-1205PM 0145-0305PM 1045-1225PM 0145-0310PM 1215-0135PM 0445-0610PM 0915-1055AM 1215-0145PM 0315-0445PM 1215-0140PM SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 BOLARIS, V BOLARIS, V STAFF STAFF BOLARIS, V BOLARIS, V STAFF STAFF BOLARIS, V STAFF STAFF BOLARIS, V STAFF STAFF

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English as a Second Language

FINAL EXAMINATIONS FOR SELECTED ESL COURSES: All EVC students enrolled in ESL 91 or 302 are required to take a department final exam on December 12, 2008. This includes evening, weekend, and short classes. The composition exam schedule is as follows: Final Exams: Friday, December 12, 2008 ESL 91 11:50-01:50PM ESL 302 02:00-04:00PM

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ESL 091 - COLLEGE READING AND WRITING 2

Prerequisite: ESL 302 or (ENGL 322 and (ENGL 330 or ENGL335)) or ((READ 301 or read 301S) and (ENGL 330 or ENGL 335)); all with CR or placement based on assessment. Corequisite: ESL 091L. 0.5 unit. Focuses on reading, writing and research skills for non-native speakers one level below ENGL 001A. 0.0

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46524 201 LEC MWF 46528 202 LEC TTH 46532 203 LEC TTHF 1045-1250PM R3312 0600-0905PM RF134 0830-1035AM A4213 HAN, H BLADES, S STRICKLAND, H

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XENGL 330L - MOCK LAB AS COREQ ENGL 330 EVC

[These are the required XENGL corequisites for ENGL-330.]

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46861 46862 46863 46864 46865 46866 46867 46868 46869 46870 46871 46872 46873 46874 46875 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB M M T T T W W W W TH TH TH F S S 0945-0100PM 1145-0300PM 0945-1250PM 0145-0450PM 0545-0850PM 0745-1050AM 0845-1150AM 1145-0250PM 0245-0550PM 1045-0150PM 1245-0350PM 0545-0850PM 0845-1200PM 0930-1255PM 1130-0255PM SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 SC116 WARNER, J WARNER, J MENTOR, S STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF WAMBACH, N STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF BANERJEE, S STAFF STAFF

ESL 091L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

Corequisite: ESL 091 (concurrent enrollment in ESL-091 is required to be enrolled in ESL-091L). The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 091 course.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46599 46600 46601 46602 46603 46604 47706 47707 47708 47709 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB M M M T T W W TH TH F 1230-0200PM 0330-0500PM 0630-0800PM 1100-1220PM 0200-0320PM 1230-0150PM 0630-0750PM 1100-1225PM 0200-0325PM 0900-1140AM SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 STAFF STAFF STAFF HAN, H JARDIN, K JARDIN, K STAFF HAN, H JARDIN, K STRICKLAND, H

*0.5

ESL 302 - INTRO. TO COLLEGE READING AND WRITING

Prerequisite: ESL 313 and ESL 312, both with CR or placement based on assessment. Corequisite: ESL 302L. 0.5 unit. This content-based course expands academic reading and writing skills two levels below English 001A.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46535 46537 46541 46543 201 202 203 204 LEC LEC LEC LEC MWF TTHF TTH MW 0915-1120AM 0800-1005AM 0615-0920PM 0615-0920PM SC102 C206 PE206B SC101 JARDIN, K BURKE, L GOKA, M BLACKWELL, M

*6.0

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ESL 302L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

Corequisite: ESL-302 (concurrent enrollment in ESL-302 is required to be enrolled in ESL-302L) The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 302 course.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46605 46606 46607 46608 46609 47710 47711 47712 47713 47714 47715 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB M M T T T W W TH TH TH F 1100-1230PM 0200-0330PM 1230-0150PM 0330-0450PM 0630-0750PM 1100-1220PM 0200-0320PM 1230-0150PM 0330-0455PM 0630-0755PM 1230-0210PM SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 SC125 COHEN-REYES, LONGACRE, R BANH, P STAFF STAFF STRICKLAND, H LONGACRE, R BANH, P STAFF STAFF JARDIN, K

*0.5

ESL 314 - ADVANCED LISTENING AND SPEAKING

Prerequisite: ESL 324 or (Engl 321 or 3 units of Engl 321S or 6 units of Engl 340S), all with CR, or placement based on assessment Refines listening/speaking skills and cultural awareness in academic and vocational contexts.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46557 201 LEC MW 46558 202 LEC T 0915-1040AM R3312 0615-0930PM C102 MURPHY, M NGUYEN, L

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ESL 316 - GRAMMAR FOR WRITERS 1

Prerequisite: ESL 322 with CR Focuses on the grammar and syntax of English to build accuracy and fluency in speaking and writing.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46559 201 LEC MW 0445-0610PM R3312 LEMAY, D

*3.0

ESL 310L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

Corequisite: Concurrrent enrollment in ESL 313 or ESL 314 or ESL 315 or ESL 316 or ESL 317 is required to be enrolled in ESL 310L. The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 310 series.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46610 201 BY ARRG SC125

*0.5 - 2.0

ESL 320L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 322 or ESL 323 or ESL 324 or ESL 327 is required to be enrolled in ESL 320L. The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 320 series. *5.0

46613 201 BY ARRG (Sep 2 to Dec 18) SC125

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ESL 312 - INTRODUCTION TO THE ESSAY

Prerequisite: ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324, all with CR or appropriate ESL placement score. Corequisite: ESL 312L. Expands writing skills from paragraph to essays. ESL 312L is required.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46545 201 LEC MW 46549 202 LEC TTH 46553 203 LEC MW 1045-0115PM C206 0745-1015AM AA232 0615-0840PM P103 LONGACRE, R BANH, P COHEN-REYES,

STRICKLAND, H

ESL 322 - PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT

Prerequisite: ESL 332 with CR or placement based on assessment Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in 323 or 324 or 327 is strongly recommended. Develops paragraph writing skills, using a variety of sentence types and methods of organization. *0.5

46560 46561 46562 46563 201 202 203 204 LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW TTH TTH (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0745-1015AM 0615-0840PM 1045-0115PM 0615-0840PM A4213 R3312 R3312 R3312 BANH, P LONGACRE, R LONGACRE, R RUCKER, S

*5.0

ESL 312L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

Corequisite: ESL 312 (concurrent enrollment in ESL-312 is required to be enrolled in ESL-312L). The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 312 course.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46612 201 BY ARRG SC125 STRICKLAND, H

ESL 323 - READING AND VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT

*3.0 Prerequisite: ESL 333 with CR or placement based on assessment Expands reading, vocabulary, and readingbased speaking and writing skills at the intermediate level.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46564 201 LEC MW 46565 202 LEC F 46566 203 LEC T 1045-1210PM PE107 0900-1215PM SC101 0615-0930PM PE102 BANH, P SANDERS, K CHACKO, A

*3.0

ESL 313 - INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING

Prerequisite: (ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324) all with a CR or placement based on assessment. This course develops college-level reading, critical thinking, and vocabulary skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46554 201 LEC MW 46555 202 LEC T 46556 203 LEC F 0745-0910AM R3312 0615-0930PM C206 1045-0200PM C205 GOKA, M BLACKWELL, M ROSE, S

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ESL 324 - LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Prerequisite: ESL 334 with CR or placement based on assessment Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 322 or 323 or 327) and ESL 320L is strongly recommended. Develops listening in academic contexts and speaking at an intermediate level.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46567 201 LEC MW 46568 202 LEC TTH 46570 203 LEC TTH 0615-0820PM C206 0800-1005AM P104A 0615-0820PM A4213 NORMENT, M HAN, H VELEZ, M

*4.0

ESL 334 - BASIC LISTENING/SPEAKING 2

Prerequisite: ESL 344 or ESL 347 with CR, or placement by assessment. Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 332, ESL 333, and ESL 330L are recommended. Develops listening/speaking and cultural awareness at a low-intermediate level.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46579 201 LEC MW 46580 202 LEC TTH 46582 203 LEC TTH 0800-1030AM C206 1045-0115PM C204 0630-0855PM SC102 HAN, H STAFF JARDIN, K

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ESL 337 - ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION 1

*3.0 Prerequisite: Placement based on assessment. Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 332 or 333 or 334. Focuses on the sounds of English and stress and intonation patterns in basic communication.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46584 201 LEC MW 1215-0140PM C104 POLIZZOTTO, J

*3.0

ESL 327 - ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION 2

Prerequisite: ESL 337 with CR or placement based on assessment. Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 322 or ESL 323 or ESL 324) Intensive practice and instruction in the oral production and control of the English language.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46571 201 LEC MW 1215-0140PM AB103 BURKE, L

ESL 345 - BASIC WRITING SKILLS 1

*0.5 - 2.0 Open Curriculum*: Placement test required before registering. This course develops basic grammar and writing skills at a high beginning ESL level.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46586 201 LEC TTH 46587 202 LEC MW 46589 203 LEC MW STRICKLAND, H 0830-1035AM R3312 0615-0820PM SC103 1045-1250PM P108A COHEN-REYES, VELEZ, M STAFF

*4.0

ESL 330L - ESL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB

Corequisite: Concurrent in ESL 332 or ESL 333 or ESL 334 or ESL 337 The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 330 series.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46614 201 BY ARRG SC125

ESL 346 - BASIC READING SKILLS 1

*4.0 Open Curriculum*: Placement test required before registering. This course develops basic reading and vocabulary skills at a high beginning ESL level.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46590 201 LEC F 46592 202 LEC T 46593 203 LEC TTH 0830-1145AM SC103 WILLARD, T 0615-0930PM AA232 LONGACRE, R 0800-0925AM PE102A STAFF

*3.0

ESL 332 - BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2

Prerequisite: ESL 342 with CR or better grade or placement based on assessment. Recommended Preparation: Concurrent enrollment in 0.5 unit of ESL Skills Development Lab is strongly recommended. Expands basic grammar and writing skills. Concurrent enrollment in ESL 330L is strongly recommended.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46572 201 LEC MW 46573 202 LEC MW 46574 203 LEC TTH 1215-0220PM C208 0615-0820PM PE107 0830-1035AM SC102 BANH, P NGUYEN, L WILLARD, T

ESL 347 - BASIC LISTENING AND SPEAKING 1

Open Curriculum*: Placement test is required before registering. This course develops basic listening comprehension and speaking skills at a high beginning ESL level.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46595 46596 46597 46598 201 202 203 204 LEC LEC LEC LEC MW TTH TTH MW 0800-1030AM 0615-0840PM 1045-0115PM 0615-0840PM C101C SC103 C206 C208 BURKE, L BURKE, L COHEN-REYES, MURPHY, M

*5.0

ESL 333 - BASIC READING SKILLS 2

Prerequisite: ESL 343 with CR or placement based on assessment. Expands basic reading, vocabulary, and readingbased speaking and writing skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46575 201 LEC MW 46576 202 LEC W 46577 203 LEC TTH 0915-1040AM PE206B GENDLER, H 0615-0930PM C101C NEWMAN, C 0800-0925AM PE102 STAFF

*3.0

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Environmental Science

For other course offerings in Biological Sciences or Physical Sciences, see Anatomy, Anatomy & Physiology, Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Microbiology, Natural Science, Oceanography, Physics, Physical Science.

ETH 011 - ETHNIC FILM: REEL STUDIES

Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Survey of contemporary and classic US film with diverse genres.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45845 201 LEC TH 0600-0915PM C102 LUJAN, G

3.0

ENVIR 010 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

4.0

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Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Environmental Science meets GE lab science requirements in either biological or physical science.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45354 201 201 45355 202 202 45356 203 203 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB MW M MW W WF W 0915-1040AM 1055-0210PM 0915-1040AM 1055-0200PM 1215-0140PM 0200-0505PM AC162 S127 AC162 S127 S140 S127 MALIK, A MALIK, A MALIK, A MALIK, A GONZALEZ, A GONZALEZ, A ZAHIRI, N

ETH 030 - CHICANA/O CULTURE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This survey course studies the development of Mexican-American culture in the U.S. Southwest.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Ethnic Studies 0915-1040AM C204 45847 201 LEC MW 0315-0440PM YB 45907 202 LEC MW #45907 is held at Yerba Buena High school. 0915-1040AM C204 45908 203 LEC TTH VILLARREAL, A ORTIZ, M VILLARREAL, A

3.0

Accelerated 0530-0835PM CCCH 47775 205 LEC T #47775 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building 205 LAB TH 0530-0835PM CCCH #47775 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building Internet Hybrid 0630-0935PM S127 45357 204 LAB W Note: #45357 is an internet hybrid course. The lecture portion will be online and the lab portion will be held once a week on campus. An orientation to this class will be given at the first lab meeting on Thursday, September 4th. Students are required to attend this orientation and must bring their textbook. Anyone who does not attend this first session will be dropped from the class. Register for this class early. Students who attempt to add this class late will not have WebCT access to course materials until the third week of school. It is highly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. Keyboard skills and an e-mail account will be necessary to converse online and be successful in class. This course has a ServiceLearning option.

ETH 035 - SOCIOLOGY OF THE CHICANA/O EXPERIENCE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course addresses issues of concern to Chicanas/os in San Jose emphasizing problem solving.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM C102 45909 201 LEC MW #45909 This course has a Service-Learning option. LUJAN, G

3.0

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ETH 040 - VIETNAMESE AMERICAN CULTURE & EXPERIENCE

READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None This course covers the roots, immigration, culture, and experience of Vietnamese Americans.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0630-0945PM C202 45910 201 LEC W 0800-1115AM C208 45911 202 LEC F #45911 is an Aspire Program course. NGUYEN-WONG, NGUYEN-WONG,

3.0

ETH 042 - ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN CULTURE/EXPERIENC

READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None This course covers the roots, migration, culture and experiences of Asian Pacific Americans.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM C203 45912 201 LEC MW #45912 is an Aspire Program course. This course has a Service-Learning option. TRAN, T

3.0

Ethnic Studies

ETH 010 - INTRODUCTION TO ETHNIC STUDIES

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course examines the status of racial-ethnic minority groups in contemporary America.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM SC127 45842 201 LEC MW #45842 Instructors: Tran, Tri and Villarreal, A. 0630-0945PM RE311 45843 202 LEC M Instructors: Tran, Tri and Washington, L. 1045-1210PM RE311 45844 203 LEC TTH Instructors: Tran, Tri and Villarreal, A.

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Family and Consumer Studies

FCS 019 - NUTRITION

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The basic principles of nutrition, how the body uses food, nutrients and amounts needed are covered. CAN Num: FCS2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47200 47201 47203 47698 201 202 204 205 LEC LEC LEC LEC MW TTH W TTH 1045-1210PM 1215-0140PM 0630-0945PM 1045-1210PM S140 S140 C105 S140 GORBACH, M GORBACH, M CAHILL, K GORBACH, M ROTH, K

French

3.0

See also Spanish and Vietnamese.

FREN 001A - ELEMENTARY FRENCH-FIRST SEMESTER

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Corequisite: French 1L, Foreign Language Lab or French 200 Supervised Skills Lab First semester French language and culture.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46459 201 LEC TTH 1045-0115PM AA222 JARDIN, K

+5.0

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Telecourse S150 47202 203 DED #47202 is a Distance Education course. Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room S150

FREN 001L - FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB

Corequisite: Conc in Fren 1A or 1B Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Supplements work in French 1B. +3.0

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46460 201 BY ARRG JARDIN, K

*0.5

FCS 050 - LIFE MANAGEMENT

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Equips learner with skills for successful decision making and interpersonal relationships

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47204 47205 47206 47207 201 202 203 204 LEC LEC LEC LEC MW TTH T W 1215-0140PM 0915-1040AM 0600-0915PM 0600-0915PM S150 S150 S150 S150 GORBACH, M COLE, G GORBACH, M BANDY, J

Geography

GEOG 010 - INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Investigation of our relationship to our physical environment and the impact of each on the other. CAN Num: GEOG2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45913 201 LEC MW 0915-1040AM C105 JIMENEZ, R

3.0

FCS 070 - CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Child Development is the study of the child from the prenatal period through adolescence. CAN Num: FCS14 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Telecourse 47208 201 DED #47208 is a Distance Education course. Saturday, Sept. 6 in room S160 S160 COLE, G

3.0

Guidance

GUIDE 080 - CAREER PLANNING

Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will explore careers and possible majors, set goals, and develop achievable plans.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0600-0915PM LE209 47754 201 LEC M #47754 This course has a Service-Learning option. 1045-1210PM LE209 47755 202 LEC MW #47755 This course has a Service-Learning option. 47856 203 LEC MW 1045-1210PM AA232 GRESSEL, M GRESSEL, M PERKINS, P

3.0

Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM,

FCS 138 - OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 48006 201 BY ARRG Please call 408-270-6470 to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 6:00-7:00PM Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:30-11:30AM SC214

+1.0 - 8.0

GUIDE 081 - CAREER SELF-ASSESSMENT

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Assists students to identify personal qualities and skills in selecting possible career paths.

(Oct 27 to Dec 17) Workforce Initiative Network 0915-1020AM P105A 47742 201 LEC MW This is a WIN Program course. However, all EVC students are welcome to enroll. HARDIN, M

+1.0

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GUIDE 085 - BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Increased self-confidence; learn how to deal with obstacles that block success in school and in life.

(Sep 2 to Oct 2) Enlace 203 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM P104A #203 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 (Sep 29 to Oct 29) 47743 201 LEC MW 47744 202 LEC TTH 47746 204 LEC TTH 0145-0310PM SC103 (Sep 30 to Oct 30) 0145-0310PM SC103 1000-1125AM OFC DENG, H CUEVAS, S CUEVAS, S BURTON, M

1.0

GUIDE 104 - DIAGNOSTIC LEARNING WRITING STRATEGIES

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels Writing strategies course for students with specific learning disabilities.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Disabled Students Program 0915-1040AM AF143 46404 201 LAB TTH STAFF

*1.0

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GUIDE 110A - LISTENING SKILLS

Open Curriculum. No prerequisite or levels. Listening skills strategies--includes organization verbally presented material

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Disabled Students Program 1045-1210PM AF143 47994 201 LAB MW BREAKEY, L

*1.0

GUIDE 086 - PLANNING EDUCATIONAL FUTURES

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None An Educational futures course to assist students with their transition to San Jose State University

(Oct 3 to Oct 31) Enlace 0900-1215PM PE102 47747 201 LEC F #47747 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 ESPINOZA, F

+1.0

GUIDE 110B - MEMORY AND STUDY SKILLS

Open Curriculum. No prerequisite or levels. Students will learn memory storage and retrieval s

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Disabled Students Program 1215-0140PM AF143 47995 201 LAB MW BREAKEY, L

*1.0

GUIDE 110C - SPEECH AND LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT

Open Curriculum. No prerequisite or levels. Speech and language assessment.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Disabled Students Program 0145-0305PM AF143 47996 201 LAB W

*0.5

GUIDE 095 - COLLEGE SUCCESS

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Develop effective learning, memory, concentration, and stress management skills for college success.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM LE209 47748 201 LEC TTH 0145-0310PM AF143 47749 202 LEC MW #47749 This course has a Service-Learning option. 0915-1040AM LE209 47752 203 LEC MW #47752 This course is geared toward student athletes. However, all EVC students are welcome to enroll. BAIARDO, R KAHN-LOMAX, C BETTENCOURT,

+3.0

BREAKEY, L

GUIDE 115 - COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION

Open Curriculum: No prerequisites, corequisite or levels Computer assisted basic academic and cognitive skills instruction for students with disabilities.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Disabled Students Program 0915-1040AM 46452 201 LAB MW 1045-1210PM 46453 202 LAB MW 1045-1210PM 46454 203 LAB TTH 0915-1040AM 46455 204 LAB TTH SC119 SC119 SC119 SC119 STAFF STAFF DELVEY, J TUNG, N

*1.0

GUIDE 100 - DIAGNOSTIC LEARNING

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels Course informs students about specific learning disabilities and students' learning styles.

(Sep 8 to Oct 6) Disabled Students Program 0145-0310PM SC119 46403 201 LEC M (Oct 20 to Nov 24) Disabled Students Program 0145-0310PM SC119 47993 202 LEC M WILLIAMS, L STAFF

*0.5

GUIDE 150 - ADAPTIVE WORD PROCESSING

Recommended: Knowledge of the keyboard. Advisory Level: Read: 1 Write: None Math: None Word processing course using adaptive devices as needed for students with various disabilities.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Disabled Students Program 1215-0140PM SC119 46456 201 LEC T 201 LAB TH 1215-0140PM SC119 DELVEY, J DELVEY, J

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GUIDE 193 - NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Orients students to college resources, programs educational planning, college level study skills.

(Sep 2 to Sep 25) 47751 202 LEC TTH 47750 201 LEC F 47753 203 LEC TTH 1000-1055AM OFC (Sep 5 to Sep 12) 0900-1240PM AF143 (Sep 9 to Sep 11) 0900-1240PM P105A KAHN-LOMAX, C KAHN-LOMAX, C CUEVAS, S

*0.5

HIST 009 - WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This is a survey course on women in the United States from pre-Columbian to present times.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM A5212 45920 201 LEC MW #45920 This course has a Service-Learning option. NAVA, E

3.0

HIST 010A - DEVELOPMENT OF WESTERN CULTURE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Political, cultural & philosophical development from ancient times to the 17th century. CAN Num: HIST2 CAN Seq: HISTSEQA

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45924 201 LEC MW 0915-1040AM RE311 NARVESON, E

3.0

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GUIDE 395 - DEVELOPMENTAL STUDY SKILLS

Open Curriculum Fundamental study skills for developmental students.

(Sep 2 to Oct 22) Workforce Initiative Network 0915-1020AM P105A 47737 201 LEC MW This is a WIN Program course. However, all EVC students are welcome to enroll. HARDIN, M

*1.0

HIST 017A - HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None U.S. History from pre-colonial times to 1877. CAN Num: HIST8 CAN Seq: HISTSEQB

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Health Education

HED 011 - DYNAMIC HEALTH CONCEPTS

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: none Designed to help students make critical decisions for a lifetime of healthy living habits.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47209 201 LEC T 47210 202 LEC F 0600-0915PM S160 0915-1230PM C104 WELLER, D WELLER, D

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History

HIST 001 - SURVEY OF AMERICAN HISTORY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A survey of American History conducted in a topical format.

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HIST 017B - HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

3.0 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None U.S. History from 1877 to present. CAN Num: HIST10 CAN Seq: HISTSEQB

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HIST 003A - WORLD HISTORY TO 1500

Advisory Level: Read 3 Write: 3 Math: None History of the World to 1500.

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HIST 022 - MEXICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None An historical overview of Mexican-American experiences: Pre-Columbian history to the present.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0630-0945PM A5212 45921 201 LEC T 0315-0440PM YB 45922 202 LEC TTH #45922 is held at Yerba Buena High School. COLIN, E ORTIZ, M

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Journalism

Journalism classes are not just for students interested in a career in the media. Good communication skills are essential for all students. Improve your communication skills and have fun in the process by taking an EVC journalism class -- newswriting, newspaper staff or photojournalism.

JOURN 010 - MASS MEDIA AND SOCIETY

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: none Roles of mass media, advertising, public relations; development of free expression; analysis of appeals to reason and emotion. CAN Num: JOUR4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45959 201 LEC MW 0915-1040AM LE210 STAFF

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HUMNT 002 - INTRODUCTION TO WORLD LITERATURE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A chronological survey of great works of World Literature from ancient times to the present.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Learning Communities 1045-1210PM SC103 45958 201 LEC TTH #45958 is a Learning Community class. Students must also register for THEAT 020, #46210 WARNER, J

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JOURN 014 - NEWSWRITING AND REPORTING

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: none Fundamentals of gathering, organizing, and writing selectednews and feature stories for newspapers. CAN Num: JOUR2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45960 201 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM S150 STAFF

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II 090 - TUTORING TRAINING

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course provides knowledge about tutoring and learning.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Online 45394 201 INTERNET #45394 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Please contact [email protected] for further information. BANERJEE, A

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JOURN 020 - PHOTO JOURNALISM

Prerequisite: Photo 22 or equiv darkroom skills Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: none The theory and practice of photojournalism as a visual medium in a newspaper.

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JOURN 065 - NEWS STAFF

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: none Using computerized desktop publishing, students produce the college newspaper, The Flyer.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45962 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW STAFF STAFF STAFF SALAK, R 1045-1140AM RG131 1145-0150PM RG131 STAFF STAFF

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II 210 - SUPERVISED TUTORING

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels For students receiving tutoring assistance at EVC.

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Paralegal Studies Program The Paralegal profession is one of the fastest growing job fields in the nation. Paralegals hold increasingly important positions at large and small law firms, Fortune 500 Corporate legal departments, government agencies, banks, real estate and insurance companies, nonprofit organizations and startup firms. Evergreen Valley College's Paralegal Studies Program prepares graduates to work as a "paralegal" or "legal assistant" under the educational standards set by California Business and Professions Code Section 6450. A student will qualify for an Associate of Arts Degree by completing all the core requirements with a "C" or better and the general education pattern of 39 units. A student will qualify for an Associate in Science Degree by completing all the core requirements with a grade of "C" or better and the general education pattern of 24 units and recommended electives to total 60 units. The Paralegal Studies Certificate prepares students for employment as a paralegal or legal assistant.

LA 040 - CRIMINAL LAW

Prerequisite: LA 008 or LA 010 with C or better, or six months full-time experience as a Legal Secretary or Paralegal or Legal Assistant. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: none California criminal code relating to criminal acts, court system, criminal procedures and evidence.

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LA 050 - CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Covers major constitutional law issues: freedom of speech, privacy, criminal procedure and due process.

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LA 008 - LEGAL TERMINOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Learn legal terminology--knowledge and skills that are necessary in the legal field.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0600-0905PM R4233 47156 201 LAB MW #47156 Orientation: Sept. 3 at 6:15PM Instructors: Carty, L. and Staff

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LA 072 - LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING-B

Prerequisite: LA 010 with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: none Advanced-level analysis of complex legal issues; emphasis is on preparation of briefs and memoranda.

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LA 010 - INTRODUCTION TO PARALEGALISM

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: none Overview of the legal system and the role of the Legal Assistant.

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LA 138 - OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 48004 201 BY ARRG Please call 408-270-6470 to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 6:00-7:00PM Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30-10:30AM SC214

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LA 016 - INTRODUCTION TO CALIFORNIA COURTS

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intro to California court systems.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47161 201 LEC TTH 1045-1210PM C203 RUPPENTHAL, R

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LA 038 - FAMILY LAW

Prerequisite: LA 008 or LA 010 with C or better, or six months full-time experience as a Legal Secretary, Paralegal or Legal Assistant. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: none Family Law including adoptions, guardianship, non support, divorce, custody and paternity.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47163 201 LEC T 0600-0915PM AA222 LASHLEY, L

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Library Studies

This E-Research course provides training for students doing course related or personal research using the Internet and other electronic resources. Students will become information competent learning to define, research, use criteria for evaluating, and document their research. Participation will include email, discussions, sharing and online software.

Mathematics

MATH 011A - ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

Prerequisite: 3 units of MATH 310 or MATH 311 with CR, or placement based on math assessment. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Elementary algebra.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0745-0855AM RD301 45403 201 LEC MTWTH 0800-0910AM AB134 45404 202 LEC MTWTH Note: #45404 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. BLACKMAN, S 0800-0910AM A6212 45405 203 LEC MTWTH 0915-1025AM C103 45406 204 LEC MTWTH 0915-1025AM AD143 45407 205 LEC MTWTH 1045-1155AM AD143 45408 206 LEC MTWTH 1045-1155AM RD301 45409 207 LEC MTWTH Note: #45409 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 45411 45412 45413 45416 45419 45420 209 210 211 212 215 216 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MTWTH TTH MW TTH MW MTWTH 0145-0255PM 0315-0545PM 0600-0825PM 0600-0825PM 0600-0825PM 1215-0125PM S160 S160 A5132 S140 C103 C103 CONG-HUYEN, L MARINAS, M STAMP, M WOLFF, L SALEEM, M BUTTERWORTH, DONALD, L CONG-HUYEN, L DONALD, L KNIGHT, R KNIGHT, R MCCANDLESS, K CARROLL, B MCCANDLESS, K

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LIB 015 - ELECTRONIC RESEARCH AND THE INTERNET

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 Hands-on training using electronic resources including the Internet for research.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Internet Online 47250 201 INTERNET #47250 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is Thursday, Sept. 4 from 6:00-7:00PM OR Saturday, Sept. 6 from 12:00-1:00PM in room LE324, Library ERA area. This course has a Service-Learning option.

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MATH 011R - REVIEW OF INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA

Prerequisite: 3 units of MATH 310 with CR or placement based on math assessment, and completion of a previous algebra course with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 1 Write: None Math: None Fast paced review of introductory algebra.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45421 201 LEC TTH 45422 202 LEC TTH 0745-0910AM S160 0530-0655PM S140 STAFF BRONSON, R

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MATH 013 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

Prerequisite: MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 012 or MATH 011S or ELECT 121; all with C or better or placement based on assessment. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A second semester course in Algebra in preparation for transfer courses in math and science.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45423 45424 45426 45427 45430 45437 45440 45443 45446 45448 45451 45452 45453 47776 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 213 214 215 216 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MW MW TTH MW MTWTH MTWTH TTH 0745-0855AM 0915-1025AM 0915-1025AM 1045-1155AM 1215-0125PM 0145-0255PM 0145-0255PM 0315-0545PM 0600-0825PM 0600-0825PM 0615-0840PM 1045-1155AM 1215-0125PM 0800-1030AM AB201 RD301 AB201 AB201 AB201 A6212 AB201 RD301 A6212 AB201 RD301 AF231 A6212 C104 BANERJEE, A CARROLL, B ESTRADA, J ESTRADA, J KY, T MAILHOT, J KY, T CARROLL, B CORTEZ, R LOMBARD, R CARROLL, B CONG-HUYEN, L FISCHER, V JUAREZ, W BURNHAM, C

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MATH 021 - PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA

Prerequisite: (Math 013 or Elect 122) and Math 014; all with C or better or equivalent. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Meets the GE quantitative reasoning, CSU and AA college level math requirements. CAN Num: MATH10 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0745-0910AM S160 45486 201 LEC MW 1045-1210PM AC162 45487 202 LEC MW 0915-1040AM AC162 45488 203 LEC TTH #45488 This course has a Service-Learning option. 0630-0755PM C103 45489 204 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM C104 45490 205 LEC TTH #45490 This course has a Service-Learning option. JUAREZ, W

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MATH 022 - TRIGONOMETRY

Prerequisite: (Math 13 or Elect 122) and Math 14, better, or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A course to prepare students for the level of trigonometry and precalculus topics needed in calculus.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM AC162 45491 201 LEC TTH Note: #45491 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. MATUSOW, S

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Enlace 211 LEC MTWTH 1045-1155AM A6212 #211 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 Internet Online 45450 212 INTERNET #45450 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory course orientation: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 3:15PM in room AD143. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be purchasing the required online license at the orientation meeting. Students are to bring a valid credit card (or credit card information) to purchase the online textbook. Please check http://faculty.evc.edu/iris.kachuck for updated information.

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45492 202 LEC MW 45493 203 LEC MW

0630-0755PM C104 1215-0140PM S160

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MATH 051 - MATHEMATICS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION

Prerequisite: Math 013 or Elect 122, both with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Transfer-level mathematics course intended for non-science majors. CAN Num: MATH2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45494 201 LEC TTH 0145-0310PM C103 MATUSOW, S

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MATH 014 - GEOMETRY

Prerequisite: MATH 011A or MATH 011R or MATH 012 or MATH 011S or MATH 101 or ELECT 121; all with C or better, or by qualifying score on the SJCC/EVC placement test. Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A course in plane geometry emphasizing logical proofs.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45473 201 LEC TTH 45477 202 LEC TTH 1045-1210PM AB134 0600-0725PM AB134 JACKSON, L MUNDING, T

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MATH 311 Pre-Algebra

MATH 11A Elementary Algebra

OR

MATH 11R Review of Intro. Algebra

MATH 14 Geometry

MATH 13 Intermediate Algebra

COLLEGE-LEVEL TRANSFERABLE COuRSES

NEED MATH 13 AND 14

MATH 21 Precalculus Algebra

MATH 22 Trigonometry

MATH 52 Math for Elem. Ed.

MATH 51 Math for General Ed.

MATH 61 Finite Math

MATH 63 Elementary Statistics

NEED MATH 21 AND 22

MATH 71 Calculus I

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test taken score recommendation

MATH 72 Calculus II

Pre-Algebra

34 or higher 21 - 33 0 - 33

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MATH 061 - FINITE MATHEMATICS

Prerequisite: Math 013 or Elect 122, with C or better or equivalent. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Applications of mathematics to business, management, economics, and social sciences are emphasized. CAN Num: MATH12 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM AD211 45496 202 LEC TTH Note: #45496 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 1215-0140PM A5132 45497 203 LEC TTH 0600-0915PM S160 45498 204 LEC TH Accelerated 0600-0725PM CCCH 45499 205 LEC MW #45499 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building Internet Online 45495 201 INTERNET #45495 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory course orientation: Thursday, Sept. 4 at 3:15PM in room AD143. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be purchasing the required online license at the orientation meeting. Students are to bring a valid credit card (or credit card information) to purchase the online textbook. Please check http://faculty.evc.edu/iris.kachuck for updated information. KACHUCK, I CONG-HUYEN, L MARINAS, M STAFF KACHUCK, I

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MATH 063 - ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

Prerequisite: Math 013 or Elect 122 with C or better, or the equivalent. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course is an introduction to elementary statistics. CAN Num: STAT2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0915-1040AM S150 45500 201 LEC MW #45500 is an Aspire Program course. 1045-1210PM AB134 45501 202 LEC MW Note: #45501 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 1215-0140PM AC162 45502 203 LEC MW 0145-0310PM C104 45503 204 LEC TTH 0600-0915PM AF231 45504 205 LEC W 0600-0725PM C104 45505 206 LEC TTH 0915-1040AM C104 45507 208 LEC MW 1045-1210PM S150 45508 209 LEC TTH 0915-1040AM AB134 45509 210 LEC TTH Note: #45509 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. Internet Online 45506 207 INTERNET #45506 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. MANDATORY COURSE ORIENTATION: Saturday, Sept. 6 at 10:00AM in room AD143. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be purchasing the required online textbook at the orientation meeting and should not purchase a textbook prior to that time. Students are to bring a valid credit card (or credit card information) to purchase the online textbook. A valid photo ID will also be required. KNIGHT, R FULLER, G FULLER, G FULLER, G STAFF FISCHER, V KY, T TABRIZI, A KY, T TABRIZI, A

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MATH 071 - CALCULUS I WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY

Prerequisite: (Math 021 and Math 022) or Math 025; all with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write:3 Math: None Calculus I with analytic geometry for math, scienc engineering students

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0745-0855AM S150 45510 201 LEC MTWTH #45510 This course has a Service-Learning option. 0145-0255PM RD301 45511 202 LEC MTWTH Note: #45511 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. This course has a Service-Learning option. 45512 203 LEC TTH 0600-0825PM RD301 ESTRADA, J KY, T MCCANDLESS, K

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Prerequisite: Math 071, minimum grade C Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write:3 Math: None Calculus II with analytic geometry for mathematics, science, and engineering students.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0245PM AF231 45513 201 LEC TTH Note: #45513 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 45514 202 LEC MW 0600-0825PM AB201 LOMBARD, R HO, C

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Prerequisite: Math 72 with grade of C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None In this course, differential and integral calculus concepts are applied to multivariable functions. CAN Num: MATH22 CAN Seq: MATHSEQC

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Prerequisite: Math 72, with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course is required for upper division math, statistics, and computer science courses. CAN Num: MATH26 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM AB134 47777 201 LEC MW Note: #47777 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. HO, C

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Open Curriculum*: Math Assessment must be taken prior to the first day of the class. A beginning course designed to give students a fundamental background in basic mathematics.

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Prerequisite: 3 units of Math 310 with CR or placement based on math assessment. Advisory Level: Read: 1 Write: none Math: none Math 311 is designed to prepare students with a foundation in arithmetic for Introductory Algebra.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM C104 45525 201 LEC MW 0145-0310PM AD143 45526 202 LEC TTH Note: #45526 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 45527 203 LEC TTH 45528 204 LEC T 1045-1210PM C104 0600-0915PM AD211 BANERJEE, A ACAMPORA, C BUTTERWORTH, KACHUCK, I

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MATH 394 - BASIC MATHEMATICS SKILLS

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels A review of basic math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45529 201 BY ARRG Math 394 class meetings: Tuesday and Thursday, 1:45-3:10PM OR Wednesday, 6:00-8:50PM LE200

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For other course offerings in Biological Sciences, see Anatomy, Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Botany, Environmental Science, Natural Science, Oceanography.

MUSIC 023 - CLASS VOICE

Prerequisite: Music 53B For experienced vocalists to improve technique and interpretation through performance. 5.0

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45964 201 LAB TTH 1215-0140PM RE301 OWREN, B

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MICRO 070 - GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

Prerequisite: Chem 1A or 11A or 15 or 30A or 32A or 65 or 89 and A&P3 or Anat 1 or Biol 1 or Biol 2 or Physo 60, all with C or better grade. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Microbial metabolism, genetics, control, infection, disease, immunity, lab techniques. CAN Num: BIOL14 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM S160 45359 202 LEC TTH Note: #45359 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 202 LAB TTH 0155-0500PM S123 Note: #45359 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 0500-0625PM S123 45360 203 LEC MW 203 LAB MW 0635-0940PM S123 1215-0140PM S160 48012 201 LEC TTH Note: #48012 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. Do not miss the first lab meeting. 201 LAB TTH 0830-1135AM S123 Note: #48012 includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. Do not miss the first lab meeting. ADAMS-STRYKE TAVANA, A TAVANA, A ADAMS-STRYKE ADAMS-STRYKE ADAMS-STRYKE

MUSIC 050A - BEGINNING PIANO

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels Introduction to music symbols related to the piano keyboard.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46026 201 LAB MW 46027 202 LAB TTH 46028 203 LAB TH 0745-0910AM R2222 0745-0910AM R2222 0600-0905PM R2222 CHEN, H CHEN, H WEST, M

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MUSIC 050B - BEGINNING PIANO

Prerequisite: Music 50A Continuation of 50A; exercises to develop speed and dexterity.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46029 201 LAB TH 46030 202 LAB MW 0600-0905PM R2222 0915-1040AM R2222 WEST, M CHEN, H

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MUSIC 052A - BEGINNING GUITAR I

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Fundamentals of guitar playing, including technique, sight-reading, chords, strums, and arpeggios.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46031 201 LAB TH 0600-0905PM RE301 FERGUSON, J

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MUSIC 052B - BEGINNING GUITAR II

Prerequisite: MUSIC-052A Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Further development of music notation, barre chords and ensemble and solo pieces.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46032 201 LAB TH 0600-0905PM RE301 FERGUSON, J

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Music

Express yourself through music! Have you always wanted to sing, play the piano or play guitar? Do you enjoy singing and performing in a choir? Enhance your appreciation of the sound and meaning of music or learn to read the language of music. Take a music class to have fun or to become familiar with the history of classical music, the American musical theater, and music from different cultures. Join this expanding music program as we plan an exciting new music facility complete with practice rooms, piano labs, voice studios, rehearsal halls and theatre.

MUSIC 053A - BEGINNING VOICE

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels Fundamental aspects of singing; breath support and tone placement.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46033 201 LAB MW 1215-0140PM RE301 OWREN, B

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MUSIC 020 - CLASS PIANO

Prerequisite: Music 50B or equivalent proficiency and training. Interpretation of the symbols of music as related to the piano keyboard.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45963 201 LAB MW 0915-1040AM R2222 CHEN, H

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MUSIC 053B - BEGINNING VOICE

Prerequisite: Music 50A This is the second semester introductory course in voice discipline.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46034 201 LAB TTH 1215-0140PM RE301 OWREN, B

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MUSIC 083 - EXPLORING THE WORLD OF MUSIC

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This course introduces students to music from an international and cross-cultural perspective.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Telecourse SC127 45967 201 DED #45967 is a Distance Education course. Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room SC127 CRUMMER, L

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Natural Science

For other course offerings in Biological Sciences, see Anatomy, Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Botany, Environmental Science, Microbiology, Oceanography. The Natural Science Field Studies Program offers a broad spectrum of natural history courses, all of which are conducted in the outdoors. The field trips are for one-week duration or for two weekends. Activities include camping with daily studies of plants, animals, geology, ecology and human history. Either Biological or Physical Science credit is granted for these courses. Each course has a unit value of 1.0 with a maximum of 4.0 combined in the program. Students are required to attend all on-campus and field sessions in order to receive credit. NO ONE IS ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE WITHOUT REGISTERING. Field Trip Fee and Procedures: All field classes require a registration fee that includes the cost of campgrounds. Participants are responsible for their own medical insurance. Camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. School vans are available for transportation, if desired. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis, so early registration is advised. NO REFUNDS will be granted after the first class meeting. Itinerary, group organization and equipment needs will be covered at the first on-campus meeting. If more information is necessary please contact one of the instructors teaching the field class, at (408) 274-7900 (Jack Baker at ext. 6583; Al Gonzalez at ext. 6259; Janice Toyoshima at ext. 6260)

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MUSIC 091 - MUSIC APPRECIATION: WESTERN CIVILIZATION

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: none Learn an appreciation of the music of Western cultures through development of listening skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47794 201 LEC T 47795 202 LEC MW 0630-0945PM RE301 1045-1210PM RE301 DI CHIACCHIO, J OWREN, B

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MUSIC 092 - MUSIC APP: AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATER

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course covers the composition, evolution, and development of American Musical Theater.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45968 201 LEC MW 0915-1040AM RE301 CRUMMER, L

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MUSIC 099 - INTRODUCTORY MUSIC

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students will read, interpret, and write basic notational symbols of music.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45969 45970 45971 45972 45973 46022 201 202 203 204 205 206 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW TTH TTH M TTH 1045-1210PM 1215-0140PM 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 0600-0915PM 1215-0140PM R2222 R2222 R2222 R2222 R2222 R2222 CRUMMER, L CRUMMER, L OWREN, B OWREN, B DI CHIACCHIO, J WEST, M

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Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None

(Sep 11 to Oct 5) 45361 201 LEC TH COASTAL CALIFORNIA 0600-0950PM S109 STAFF

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Nursing

Students who enroll in the Nursing Program must meet specific requirements and follow a special Enrollment process. Those interested in Nursing should make an appointment with the Counselor at (408) 270-6474. Nursing Course N110 · Requirements for the course include a physical examination to determine essential capabilities. · A qualifying score is required on the Test for Essential Academic Skills that will be completed during the course. · Clinical days and times subject to change. Nursing Program Courses · Nursing Courses N001, N002A, N002B, N003 Hospital clinical days and times subject to change.

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settings where the ocean meets the shoreline at Point Reyes National Seashore and the Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary. The extraordinary land forms and ecology of these regions are the result of a combination of constructive and destructive forces. Students will explore the areas' human and natural histories, walk the famous San Andreas fault, study coastal habitats on shore and off, including the Monterey Canyon, and examine the associated terrestrial and aquatic flora and fauna along the central California coastline. Students will be responsible for park entrance and campground fees and other travel-related expenses. Space is limited so register early. Please contact the course instructors for further information. Mandatory On-Campus Class Sessions (2): Thursdays, Sept. 11 and Sept. 25, 6:00-9:50PM Field Trip: Two weekends, September 19-21, AND October 3-5. (Dec 5 to Jan 12) 0600-0950PM S109 45362 202 LEC F DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL MONUMENT Instructors: Baker and Gonzalez Join us with fellow students and experience up-close America's largest national park, the hottest place on Earth (but not at this time of year!) with incredible canyons, amazing history, beautiful rocks and mineral deposits and unique geological features. We go to parts of the park rarely seen by visitors. It's the trip of a lifetime; don't miss it! Students will be responsible for park entrance and campground fees and other travel-related expenses. Space is limited so register early. Please contact the instructors for further information. Mandator On-Campus Class Sessions (2): Fridays, December 5 & 12, 6:00-9:50PM Field Trip: 7 days; Tuesday, Jan. 6 through Monday, Jan. 12, 2009. STAFF

NURS 001 - FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING

Prerequisite: NURS-110 with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Fundamental nursing knowledge and basic introduction to nursing skills in a health care facility. MATERIAL FEE: $83.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47211 201 201 47212 202 202 47213 203 203 47214 204 204 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB MT THF MT THF MT THF MT WTH 0815-1020AM 0630-0210PM 0815-1020AM 0630-0210PM 0815-1020AM 0630-0210PM 0815-1020AM 0630-0150PM P102 HSP P102 HSP P102 HSP P102 HSP LOPEZ, R LOPEZ, R WETZEL, S WETZEL, S KEANE, J KEANE, J WETZEL, S TISDALE, B

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NURS 002A - BASIC MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING

Prerequisite: NURS-001 with grade of C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Health promotion/maintenance for the adult client with chronic illness. MATERIAL FEE: $25.00

(Sep 2 to Oct 24) 47215 201 201 47216 202 202 47217 203 203 47218 204 204 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB MTH TW MTH TW MTH TW MTH TW 1035-0110PM 0200-0940PM 1035-0110PM 0630-0210PM 1035-0155PM 0200-1105PM 1035-0155PM 0630-0335PM S219 HSP S219 HSP S219 HSP S219 HSP HOOGENDIJK, L HOOGENDIJK, L ADAMSKI, M ADAMSKI, M HOOGENDIJK, L HOOGENDIJK, L ADAMSKI, M ADAMSKI, M

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NURS 002B - MATERNITY NURSING

Prerequisite: Nurs 001 with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Health promotion/maintenance for the childbearing client. MATERIAL FEE: $40.50

(Sep 2 to Oct 24) 47220 201 201 47221 202 202 47222 203 203 47223 204 204 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB MW TH MW T MW TH MW T 0745-1020AM 0630-0400PM 0745-1020AM 0630-0400PM 0745-1055AM 0630-0710PM 0745-1055AM 0630-0510PM S219 HSP S219 HSP S219 HSP S219 HSP DE WOLFE, S DE WOLFE, S DE WOLFE, S STAFF DE WOLFE, S DE WOLFE, S DE WOLFE, S STAFF

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PHIL 010 - INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY: METAPHYSICS AND EPISTEMOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to basic philosophic disciplines; focuses on classical and modern philosophies CAN Num: PHIL2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46120 46121 46122 46123 201 202 203 204 LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW MW TTH 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 1215-0140PM 1045-1210PM C105 PE206B P106A PE206B WELLS, K SHAROKI, S WELLS, K HARWOOD, S

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PHIL 060 - LOGIC AND CRITICAL THINKING

8.5 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to informal logic: practical applications of critical thinking skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46124 46125 46126 46127 46128 201 202 203 204 205 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW TTH TTH TH 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 1045-1210PM 0145-0310PM 0630-0945PM SC127 C101B C101B C101B A5212 SHAROKI, S WELLS, K WELLS, K WELLS, K WELLS, K

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NURS 003 - ADV. PEDIATRICS & MEDICALSURGICAL NURS.

Prerequisite: NURS-002A and NURS-002B with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 Application of medical-surgical nursing care for pediatric, adolescent and adult clients. MATERIAL FEE: $67.50

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47225 201 201 47226 202 202 47227 203 203 47230 204 204 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB MF TW MF TW MF THF MF SSU 0800-1030AM 0630-1245PM 0800-1030AM 0230-0845PM 0800-1030AM 0230-0910PM 0800-1030AM 0630-0210PM S140 HSP S140 HSP S140 HSP S140 HSP LIN, N LIN, N POTTER, K POTTER, K LIN, N LIN, N POTTER, K POTTER, K

PHIL 065 - INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: None Math: None Major ethical theories and problems of past and present; practical applications. CAN Num: PHIL4 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46129 201 LEC MW 0145-0310PM C102 HARWOOD, S

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For other course offerings in Biological Sciences or Physical Sciences, see Anatomy & Physiology, Anatomy, Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Microbiology, Natural Science, Physics, Physical Science.

Photography

NOTE: ALSO SEE JOURNALISM FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES.

PHOTO 022 - BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY

Advisory Levels: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Theory and practice of black-and-white photography, from design to presentation. CAN Num: ART18 CAN Seq: XXXXXX MATERIAL FEE: $10.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46130 201 201 46131 202 202 LEC LAB LEC LAB TTH TTH TTH TTH 0915-1010AM 1010-1215PM 0145-0240PM 0245-0450PM R4142 R4142 R4142 R4142 STAFF STAFF SHIRAKAWA, B SHIRAKAWA, B

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OCEAN 010 - DESCRIPTIVE OCEANOGRAPHY

Recommended: 3 units of Math 310 with CR or placement based on Math assessment Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: 1 A study of the ocean, lecture only, meeting part of the general ed requirement in physical science.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Telecourse AC162 48013 201 DED #48013 is a Distance Education course. Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room AC162. HAYS, L

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PED 022A - ADAPTED CROSS TRAINING

Recommended: Temporary or permanent verifiable disability and written verification provided by a physician or other appropriate professional. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Overall fitness training for the individual with a disability.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Disabled Students Program 1215-0140PM PE202 46089 201 LAB TTH PRATT, N PRATT, N PAYNE, J PAYNE, J CLAIR, J

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PED 009 - BADMINTON

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Class designed to teach basic skills, team play for doubles and mixed doubles and game strategies.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46035 46036 46037 46038 201 202 203 204 LAB LAB LAB LAB MW MW TTH T 1215-0140PM 0600-0725PM 0915-1040AM 0600-0915PM GYM GYM GYM GYM

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PED 023 - CARDIO KICKBOXING

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Kickboxing for a healthy heart. +1.0

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46047 201 LAB TTH 47799 202 LAB MW 0745-0910AM PE204 0800-0925PM PE204 PEREZ, F YAMAT, R

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PED 012 - BASKETBALL INTERMEDIATE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Learn basic basketball skills, team organization, skills and drills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46040 201 LAB TTH 46041 202 LAB MW 47797 203 LAB MW 1215-0140PM GYM 0145-0310PM GYM 0915-1040AM GYM DUKE, M PAYNE, J DUKE, M

PED 024 - BEGINNING GOLF

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Designed to teach the fundamentals of golf. Students required to pay for range balls and green fees. + 1.0

(Sep 2 to Nov 6) 0230-0450PM STG 46048 201 LAB TTH #46048 is held at Santa Teresa Golf Course. Please note that the first class meeting will be held on campus in room PE202. ZEISZLER, N

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PED 017 - SELF DEFENSE

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels Designed to develop skills, strategy and tactics to defend oneself in a variety of situations.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0830-1155AM 46042 201 LAB S #46042 is held in room PE-110. NGUYEN, T

PED 024A - INTERMEDIATE GOLF

Recommended: Beginning golf class. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Intermediate golf skills instruction/practice/ course play. Students pay for range balls/green fees.

(Sep 3 to Nov 5) 0230-0455PM STG 46090 201 LAB MW #46090 Class is held at Santa Teresa Golf Course. SHIM, J Please note that the first class meeting will be held on campus in room PE202. ZEISZLER, N

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PED 018 - KARATE

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels. Skills and techniques in the art of karate and other Japanese martial arts forms.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0915-1040AM 46043 201 LAB MW #46043 is held in room PE-110.

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PED 021 - STEP AEROBICS

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students use bloks to improve cardiovascular fitness.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46044 201 LAB TTH 46045 202 LAB TTH 47798 203 LAB TTH 1215-0140PM PE204 1045-1210PM PE204 0630-0755PM PE204 SEGAL, J SEGAL, J STURMAN, P

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PED 031 - LIFETIME PHYSICAL FITNESS & WELLNESS

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students learn concepts of fitness, exercise, and health practices with lifelong emphasis.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46049 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 1215-0110PM P107A 0120-0245PM P107A DUKE, M DUKE, M

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PED 022 - STEP CROSSTRAINING

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Step Crosstraining with emphasis on Walk-Jog, and cardiovascular machines.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 47796 201 LAB MW 1045-1210PM PE204 PEREZ, F

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PED 038 - SOCCER - RECREATIONAL

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite, corequisite, or levels. Soccer for the recreational player.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46050 201 LAB MW 1045-1210PM F PRATT, N

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PED 039 - HATHA YOGA

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This course develops flexibility and strength while relieving stress and muscle tension.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46052 46053 46054 46055 201 202 203 204 LAB LAB LAB LAB MW TTH TTH MW 0745-0910AM 0915-1040AM 0145-0310PM 0500-0625PM PE204 PE204 PE204 PE204 DUKE, M DUKE, M SEGAL, J SEGAL, J

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PED 053 - WALK/JOG

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Jogging and walking for cardiovascular fitness.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46067 201 LAB MW 46068 202 LAB TTH 0915-1040AM PE202 0915-1040AM PE202 PAYNE, J POYNTER, R

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PED 055 - AEROBICS WITH MUSIC

+1.0 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Aerobics for a healthy heart.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0145-0310PM PE204 46070 201 LAB MW 0800-0925PM PE204 47809 202 LAB TTH #47809 Emphasis: Latin/Zumba STURMAN, P YAMAT, R

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PED 040 - SOFTBALL

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Basic skills, team play and game strategies for slow-pitch softball.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46056 201 LAB TTH 1215-0140PM F PAYNE, J

PED 056 - WEIGHT TRAINING

+1.0 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Use of progressive weight resistance exercises to develop muscular strength and endurance.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46071 46072 46073 46074 46075 46076 46077 46078 46080 46081 46082 47810 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 210 211 212 213 LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB TTH MW MW MW MW TTH TTH TTH TTH S F MW 0745-0910AM 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 1215-0140PM 0600-0725PM 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 1215-0140PM 0600-0725PM 0830-1155AM 0900-1215PM 0315-0440PM PE205 PE205 PE205 PE205 PE205 PE205 PE205 PE205 PE205 PE205 PE205 PE205 DUKE, M ZEISZLER, N PAYNE, J PAYNE, J PAYNE, J ZEISZLER, N PEREZ, F ZEISZLER, N PAYNE JR., J PAYNE JR., J CHIODO, C MATHIS, J

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PED 043 - PILATES MAT WORKOUT

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None This Pilates Mat Workout course is designed to develop strength, flexibility, coordination and balance.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46057 201 LAB TTH 46058 202 LAB MW 0500-0625PM PE204 0730-0855PM PE204 STURMAN, P SEGAL, J

PED 046 - TENNIS

Advisory Levels: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Singles and doubles tennis skills, rules, scoring, etiquette, and strategy will be taught.

(Sep 2 to Nov 6) 47807 204 LAB TTH 47808 205 LAB TTH 46060 201 LAB MW 46061 202 LAB TTH 47806 203 LAB MW 0630-0850PM TC 0630-0850PM TC (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM TC 1045-1210PM TC 0915-1040AM TC ZEISZLER, N ZEISZLER, N PRATT, N PRATT, N FREDERICKS, R

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PED 056A - ADAPTED STRENGTH CONDITIONING

Recommended: Temporary or permanent verifiable disability and written verification provided by a physician or other appropriate professional. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Strength and conditioning for the individual with a disability.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Disabled Students Program 0145-0310PM PE202 46091 201 LAB TTH CLAIR, J

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PED 051 - TABLE TENNIS

Open Curriculum. No prerequisite, corequisite or levels. A physical activity class designed to teach table tennis rules, skills, and strategy.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46062 201 LAB MW 46063 202 LAB MW 46064 203 LAB MW 0145-0310PM GYM 0730-0855PM GYM 1045-1210PM GYM PRATT, N PRATT, N ZEISZLER, N

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PED 058 - SPORTS CONDITIONING FOR THE COMPETITIVE ATHLETE

Open Curriculum: No prerequisite or levels Physical conditioning for the competitive athlete. +1.0

46083 201 LAB TTH 47811 202 LAB MW (Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0145-0310PM PE205 1215-0140PM PE204 SILVEIRA, J PEREZ, F

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PED 052 - VOLLEYBALL

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Volleyball for all skill levels.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46065 201 LAB TTH 46066 202 LAB TH 1045-1210PM GYM 0630-0935PM GYM DUKE, M DUKE, M

PED 062 - SOCCER THEORY

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None This is a theory course in competitive soccer.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46084 201 LEC TTH 46085 202 LEC MW 1215-0110PM P107A 0145-0240PM C204 PEREZ, F STAFF

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PED 068 - ULTIMATE FRISBEE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Ultimate Frisbee game skills and physical fitness training.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46086 201 LAB TTH 1045-1210PM F STAFF

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Physical Science

For other course offerings in the Physical Sciences, see Astronomy, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Oceanography, Physics.

PHYSC 012 - EARTH SCIENCE

1.5 Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 2 This is a general course in physical sciences with laboratory

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0220PM AF241 45542 201 LEC M #45542 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. Course includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this class be computer/internet literate. Course also includes an optional Honors component. Please contact the instructor for info 201 LAB W 1215-0320PM AF241 #45542 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. Course includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this class be computer/internet literate. Course also includes an optional Honors component. Please contact the instructor for info BATALHA, C BATALHA, C

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Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Physical activity course in hiking and outdoor education.

(Sep 5 to Dec 5) 0900-1200PM PE202 47812 201 LAB F Outdoor Education Hiking is a physical activity course. Off campus meetings in a wilderness environment are required. NO ONE IS ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE WITHOUT REGISTERING FOR THE COURSE. Activities may include camping. If so, all camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. Students must be able to provide their own transportation if school vans are not available. The student is responsible to pay park entrance/camping fees if required. Enrollment is on a first come basis so early registration is advised. If more information is needed, please contact Randy Pratt at http://faculty.evc.edu/randy.pratt or e-mail [email protected] ON CAMPUS AND OFF CAMPUS SCHEDULE: Sept. 5: On campus 9:00-12:00PM room PE202 Sept. 12: Santa Teresa Park 9:00-12:00PM Sept. 14: Pinnacles National Monument 9:00-5:00PM Sept. 19: Santa Teresa Park 9:00-12:00PM Sept. 26: Alumn Rock Park 9:00-12:00PM Sept. 28: Alumn Rock Park 9:00-12:00PM Oct. 3: Almaden Quicksilver Park 9:00-12:00PM Oct. 5: Muir Woods 9:00-5:00PM Oct. 10: Almaden Quicksilver Park 9:00-12:00PM Oct. 12: Henry Coe Park 9:00-5:00PM Oct. 17: Sierra Azul 9:00-12:00PM Oct. 24: Sierra Azul 9:00-12:00PM Oct. 31: Castle Rock State Park 9:00-12:00PM Nov. 2: Angel Island 9:00-5:00PM Nov. 7: Mission Peak 9:00-12:00PM Nov. 14: Sanborn Park 9:00-12:00PM Nov. 21: Sanborn Park 9:00-12:00PM Dec. 5: On campus 9:00-12:00PM room PE202 PRATT, N

Physics

For other course offerings in the Physical Sciences, see Astronomy, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Oceanography, Physical Science.

PHYS 001 - INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS

Prerequisite: Math 11A or 12 with C or better, or equiv Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Descriptive physics with experiments in mechanics, electricity, optics, and modern physics.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0145-0350PM AE259 45536 201 LEC M Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 201 LAB W 0145-0450PM AE259 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. VU, D VU, D

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PHYS 002A - GENERAL PHYSICS

Prerequisite: Math 13 with C, or equivalent Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A non-calculus one-semester course in physics, with lab, covering mechanics and thermodynamics. CAN Num: PHYS2 CAN Seq: PHYSSEQA

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0915-1040AM AE251 45537 201 LEC MW 201 LAB MW 1045-1210PM AE251 0530-0845PM AE251 45538 202 LEC M Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 202 LAB W 0530-0835PM AE251 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. MASUDA, M MASUDA, M SRINIVASAN, S SRINIVASAN, S

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PED 070 - FITNESS WALKING

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Fitness walking for cardiovascular fitness.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46087 201 LAB MW 46088 202 LAB TTH 0745-0910AM PE205 1045-1210PM P106A ZEISZLER, N PAYNE, J

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PHYS 002B - GENERAL PHYSICS

Prerequisite: Phys 002A Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: 3 Non-calculus based physics, with lab, covering electrodynamics, optics, and modern physics. CAN Num: PHYS4 CAN Seq: PHYSSEQA

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0530-0845PM A4231 45539 201 LEC M Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. 201 LAB W 0530-0835PM A4231 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. VU, D VU, D

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Political Science

POLSC 001 - POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT IN AMERICA

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Designed to help the student understand our national, state and local governments CAN Num: GOVT2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM C102 46132 201 LEC TTH #46132 This course has a Service-Learning option. 1215-0140PM C101B 46133 202 LEC TTH #46133 This course has a Service-Learning option. FONG, P FONG, P

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PHYS 004A - GENERAL PHYSICS

Prerequisite: Math 072 with C or better Corequisite: Or Math 071 with C or better and concurrent enrollment in Math 072. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None The first of a three semester sequence of calculus-based General Physics. CAN Num: PHYS8 CAN Seq: PHYSSEQB

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0830-1035AM AF231 45540 201 LEC MW Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. Course includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. 201 LAB T 0830-1135AM AE251 Note: Do not miss the first lab meeting. Course includes an online component. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer/internet literate. BATALHA, C BATALHA, C

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0600-0915PM RE311 NOONAN, R 46134 203 LEC TH 0915-1040AM PE102A ADKINS, W 46135 204 LEC MW 1045-1210PM C208 FONG, P 46136 205 LEC MW #46136 is an Aspire Program course. This course has a Service-Learning option. 1215-0140PM 47814 207 LEC MW #47814 This course has a Service-Learning option. Telecourse 46138 206 DED #46138 is a Distance Education course. Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C105 This course has a Service-Learning option. C105 FONG, P

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PHYS 004B - GENERAL PHYSICS

Prerequisite: Phys 4A with C & Math 73 with C Corequisite: Or Phys 4A with C & Conc in Math 73 Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None A second course in physics for engineering, mathematics, and science students. CAN Num: PHYS12 CAN Seq: PHYSSEQB MATERIAL FEE: $12.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 45541 201 LEC T 201 LAB TH 0530-0935PM AF231 0530-0835PM A4231 VU, D VU, D

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Psychology

PSYCH 001 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the study of man and animals focusing upon psychological influences on behavior . CAN Num: PSY2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX +3.0

PSYCH 035 - INTRODUCTION TO THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A study of sex, gender development, and issues significant to a woman's well-being.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1215-0140PM A5212 46181 201 LEC TTH #46181 This course has a Service-Learning option. CLARK, M

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(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 0915-1040AM AB142 46144 202 LEC MW 1045-1210PM AB142 46147 203 LEC MW 1215-0140PM AB142 46149 204 LEC MW 0145-0310PM AB142 46152 205 LEC MW 0315-0440PM AB142 46154 206 LEC MW 0915-1040AM S140 46156 207 LEC TTH 1045-1210PM AB142 46161 208 LEC TTH #46161 includes an optional Honors component. Please contact the instructor for information. 46163 46165 46167 46169 46171 209 210 211 212 213 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC TTH TTH M T F 1215-0140PM 0315-0440PM 0600-0915PM 0600-0915PM 0915-1230PM AB142 AB142 AB142 AB142 AB142 TARQUINIO, K TARQUINIO, K TARQUINIO, K RATNER, A RATNER, A BLADES, S CAROTHERS, B

PSYCH 047 - FAMILY VIOLENCE

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None An overview of all aspects of family violence including prevention, intervention, and treatment.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46184 201 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM C208 CALANDRI, P

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PSYCH 060 - PERSONAL GROWTH AND ADJUSTMENT

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A study of psychological principles and concepts in personal growth and adjustment.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46186 201 LEC TTH 0915-1040AM AB142 CAROTHERS, B

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Internet Online 47815 215 INTERNET #47815 is an Internet course. Students can attend orientation at one of the following times: Saturday, Sept. 6 at 10:30AM or Tuesday, Sept. 9 at 6:00PM Please visit http://www.evc.edu/de for room location. Students can also arrange an orientation by contacting Brad Carothers at [email protected] Telecourse 46174 214 DED #46174 is a Distance Education course. Students can attend orientation at one of the following times: Saturday, Sept. 6 at 9:00AM or Monday, Sept. 8 at 6:00PM Please visit http://www.evc.edu/de for room location. Students can also arrange an orientation by contacting Brad Carothers at [email protected] S140

PSYCH 092 - DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

Recommended: PSYCH (001 or 010) recommended Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Overview of the growth and development of the individual from conception to death.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46188 46190 46191 46193 46195 201 202 203 204 205 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW TTH TTH TTH T 1045-1210PM 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 0145-0310PM 0600-0915PM PE102 C208 C208 AB142 PE102A BLADES, S TARQUINIO, K TARQUINIO, K STAFF STAFF

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PSYCH 096 - MARRIAGE AND FAMILY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Study of dating, courtship, family, marriage relationships, and personality development.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46196 201 LEC TTH 0145-0310PM C208 CALANDRI, P

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PSYCH 018 - INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH METHODS

Prerequisite: PSYCH (001 or 010) and MATH 063 Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the experimental and correlational methods used in psychological research. CAN Num: PSY8 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46177 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 1215-0110PM RF241 0115-0240PM RF241 EISENBERG, J EISENBERG, J

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PSYCH 099 - ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None A study of the biopsychological influences in the diagnosis, etiology and treatment of behavior.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46197 201 LEC MW 1215-0140PM SC127 BANDY, J

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PSYCH 100 - HUMAN SEXUALITY

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None An introduction to the function and diversity of human sexual behavior.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46198 201 LEC TH 46199 202 LEC MW 0600-0915PM AB142 1045-1210PM P106A CAROTHERS, B TARQUINIO, K CAROTHERS, B

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Sociology

SOC 010 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: Done A survey of the principles and basic concepts of sociology. CAN Num: SOC2 CAN Seq: XXXXXX

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 1045-1210PM C105 46200 201 LEC MW 0145-0310PM C209 46201 202 LEC TTH #46201 This course has a Service-Learning option. 46202 203 LEC MW 46203 204 LEC T 0745-0910AM C101B 0600-0915PM C105 ESPINOZA, F LUJAN, G ESPINOZA, F LUJAN, G ESPINOZA, F

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Internet Online 47816 203 INTERNET #47816 is an Internet class. Students can attend orientation at one of the following times: Saturday, Sept. 6 at 12:00PM or Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 6:00PM Please visit http://www.evc.edu/de for room location. Students can also arrange an orientation by contacting Brad Carothers at [email protected]

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Telecourse C104 46204 205 DED #46204 is a Distance Education course. Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C104

Sign Language

SL 001A - INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Beginning ASL sign skills, vocabulary, grammar, and Deaf culture.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46463 201 LEC TTH 46464 202 LEC T 46465 203 LEC TH 0445-0610PM C101B 0630-0945PM C101B 0630-0945PM C101B BREIDENTHAL, C BREIDENTHAL, C BREIDENTHAL, C

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Spanish

See also French and Vietnamese.

SPAN 001A - ELEMENTARY SPANISH

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the language and culture of Spanish-speaking countries.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46466 46467 46469 46470 46473 46474 201 202 203 204 206 207 LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC MW MW TTH TTH MW MW 0800-1030AM 1045-0115PM 0800-1030AM 0615-0840PM 1215-0245PM 0615-0840PM C205 C205 C205 C205 A4213 C205 C103 SOLORZANO, C SOLORZANO, C DORMAN, M JACOME, S SUAREZ, C AMABLE CHUNN, EZQUERRO, B

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Social Science

Social Science 030, 040, 042 are now under Ethnic Studies. See Ethnic Studies section of schedule.

SSCI 050 - CONTEMPORARY ISSUES

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Focuses upon issues, policies and relevant literature, that influence life in the 20th century.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46205 201 LEC MW 1045-1210PM PE206B STAFF

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Telecourse 46471 205 DED #46471 is a Distance Education course. Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C103 This course has a Service-Learning option.

Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM,

SPAN 001B - ELEMENTARY SPANISH

Prerequisite: SPAN 001A, with C or better Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Introduction to the language and culture of Hispanic countries with an emphasis on communication.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46475 201 LEC TTH 0815-1045AM P108A JACOME, S EZQUERRO, B Telecourse C103 46477 202 DED #46477 is a Distance Education course. Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C103. This course has a Service-Learning option.

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SPAN 020A - SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended Preparation: Be a speaker of Spanish Reading, writing, and oral skills for students whose first or home language is Spanish.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46478 201 LEC TTH 1045-0115PM C205 SOLORZANO, C

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SPAN 020B - SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS

Prerequisite: Spanish 020A, with grade of C or better. Advisory Level: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Reading, writing, and oral skills for students whose first or home language is Spanish.

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SPAN 091A - CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH

Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Essentials of everyday Spanish conversation.

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SPAN 091B - CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH

Prerequisite: Span 091A, minimun grade C Advisory: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Essentials of everyday Spanish conversation.

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THEAT 002 - BEGINNING ACTING

Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Learn basic acting skills through class exercises, field work, text analysis and monologues.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46206 201 201 46207 202 202 LEC LAB LEC LAB MW MW TTH TTH 0915-1010AM 1015-1140AM 0915-1010AM 1015-1140AM A5212 A5212 RD312 RD312 GIGLIO, L GIGLIO, L WHELAN, G WHELAN, G

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THEAT 004 - ACTING II

Prerequisite: THEAT 002 (Beginning Acting) Corequisite: None Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Students study characterization, technique, and ensemble acting by performing scenes in class.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46208 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0915-1010AM RD312 1015-1140AM RD312 WHELAN, G WHELAN, G

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THEAT 006 - IMPROVISATION

Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None Recommended Preparation: Listening skills/ Flexibility in body and mind. Become familiar with Grimms' fairy tales. Students should develop a working knowledge of current events. Students learn improvisational skills in a fun, supportive, active environment.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46209 201 LEC TTH 201 LAB TTH 0145-0240PM RD312 0245-0410PM RD312 WHELAN, G WHELAN, G

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THEAT 040 - INTRODUCTION TO FILM

Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None View films, study the movie industry, learn why films are made and how to express your opinion of them.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46213 201 201 46214 202 202 46215 203 203 LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB MW MW W W T T 1045-1155AM 1155-1235PM 0600-0825PM 0830-0950PM 0145-0410PM 0415-0535PM LE210 LE210 LE210 LE210 LE210 LE210 GIGLIO, L GIGLIO, L GIGLIO, L GIGLIO, L NICHOLS, R NICHOLS, R

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THEAT 020 - INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE ARTS

Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None An introductory study of Theatre and Drama.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) Learning Communities 1215-0140PM C101B 46210 201 LEC TTH #46210 is a Learning Community class. Students must also register for HUMNT 002, #45958 WHELAN, G

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Vietnamese

See also French and Spanish.

VIET 001A - ELEMENTARY VIETNAMESE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None First semester of Vietnamese language, culture and history.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46483 201 LEC MW 48016 202 LEC TTH 0800-1030AM PE107 0615-0840PM PE107 NGUYEN-WONG, NGUYEN-WONG,

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THEAT 025A - THEATRES OF DIVERSITY: CHICANO/LATINO THEATRE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Recommended: Read Latino dramatic literature. Attend teatro performances. The development, history, and practice of Latino Theatre. Designed for the general public.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46216 201 LEC W 0600-0915PM C101B VARGAS, A

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VIET 001B - ELEMENTARY VIETNAMESE

Prerequisite: VIET-001A with C or better. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Second semester of Vietnamese language, culture and history.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46519 201 LEC TTH 0800-1030AM PE107 NGUYEN-WONG,

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THEAT 034 - STUDIO THEATRE PERFORMANCE

Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students are actors during rehearsal and performance of a studio theatre production.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46211 201 LEC T 201 LAB WTH 0600-0650PM RD312 0600-0905PM RD312 WHELAN, G WHELAN, G

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VIET 091A - CONVERSATIONAL VIETNAMESE AND CULTURE

Advisory Level: Read: 2 Write: 2 Math: None Essentials of Vietnamese everyday conversation.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46521 201 LEC M 0600-0915PM RF134 NGUYEN, G

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THEAT 036 - BACKSTAGE ASSISTANT

Recommended Preparation: Listening skills/ flexibility in body and mind. Advisory Level: Read: 3 Write: 3 Math: None Students learn to work backstage during rehearsal and performance of a studio theatre production.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 46212 201 LAB T 0700-1005PM RD312 WHELAN, G

WE 088 - GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status. Advisory: READ: 3 WRITE: 3 MATH: None This course provides for the development of workplace success skills.

(Sep 2 to Dec 18) 48005 201 BY ARRG Please call 408-270-6470 to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 6:00-7:00PM Saturday, Sept. 6, 9:30-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:30-11:30AM SC214

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ACCElERATED DEGREE PROGRAM The Accelerated Degree Program allows working adults to get their degree at or near their place of employment. It is designed so students can complete an Associate in Arts degree in the shortest amount of time while continuing their careers. Classes start frequently, so students do not need to wait for a semester to begin. The Accelerated Degree Program is a concentrated, focused program with classes scheduled two evenings per week in 6- or 8-week blocks. Students concentrate on one course at a time, and can finish the program in 2-1/2 years if they are eligible at the English 001A level. The Accelerated Degree Program is open to everyone. It provides quality education in a fast-paced, organized, conveniently structured environment. The Accelerated Degree Office is in the Roble Building, RE206. For more information, call our office, 408.270.6434, the Accelerated Degree Counselor 408.274.7900 x6629, or the Counseling Office 408.274.7900 x6475. Visit us online at www.evc.edu/adp. AFFIRM PROGRAM The AFFIRM (Academic Force for Inspiration, Retention, and Matriculation) Program's philosophy is that classroom experience must be rewarding to students, and that they should be exposed to and involved in a variety of specialized learning strategies in supportive learning environments. The major focus of the AFFIRM Program is to assist students to develop positive self-images as successful college students while providing them with the opportunity to acquire a solid foundation of basic skills in a supportive environment. The AFFIRM program is an academic program and sponsors Basic Skills courses that include English 330, 104, 001A, Math 311 and 011A. Transfer level courses include Guidance 095, 193, and 080, Chemistry 030A, and Political Science 001. All courses offered will enhance success and progress towards the desired goal. The AFFIRM Program, although specifically designed for African-American students, also serves all students who desire the nurturing services that are offered by the program, regardless of race. The overall goal of the AFFIRM Program is to provide academic and personal assistance that will significantly increase graduation and transfer rates of all students in the program. The AFFIRM Program Office is located in the Student Services Center, SC206. For more information, call 408.274.7900 x6853 or visit www.evc.edu/affirm. ASPIRE PROGRAM The ASPIRE (Asian/Pacific Islander Resources for Excellence) Program is designed to enhance the academic and personal success of Asian/Pacific Islander students, utilizing the commitment and skills of faculty, staff, and mentors. The program welcomes all students who may benefit from the nurturing services that this program offers. The ASPIRE Program offers courses in English, Communication Studies, Ethnic Studies, Mathematics, and Political Science.. Success in these courses will provide the foundation for student achievement of academic and career goals. These courses employ culture-specific course materials and learning strategies. The key support components of the ASPIRE program are culturally sensitive tutoring, counseling, mentoring, and scholarship opportunities. ASPIRE tutoring helps students succeed in all college courses. ASPIRE tutors are trained and supervised by program faculty and staff to provide instructional assistance. ASPIRE counseling incorporates culture-specific strategies to provide academic, career, and personal

counseling. The counselor works with program faculty and staff to develop and use strategies to help student succeed. ASPIRE campus and community mentors provide students with important advice and guidance. They serve as role models and provide links between the academic and the community/work world. ASPIRE also sponsors several scholarships to help students attain their academic goals. The ASPIRE Office is located in the Acacia Building, A5204. For more information, call Vivian Yabumoto, ASPIRE Program Specialist at 408.274.7900 x6227 or visit www.evc.edu/aspire. DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM The Distance Education Program at Evergreen Valley College offers a variety of college credit courses for students interested in learning on an independent basis. The program includes Telecourses as well as Internet Hybrid and Internet courses. Distance Education courses are designed for those who are unable to attend campus classes on a regular basis, prefer independent learning, or would like to take a course at their convenience. Distance Education courses are ideal for persons working toward a college degree, continuing education students, and business professionals who want to brush up professional skills. Students who are usually successful in the Distance Education Program enjoy learning independently, are highly motivated, and possess good study skills. Distance Education courses are available in a variety of disciplines including business, science, computer science, intercultural studies, foreign language, and social science. They are equivalent to on-campus courses, and the majority of them meet General Education and transfer requirements. The Distance Education Program Office is located in the Library Educational Technology Building, lE208. For more information, call 408.270.6422 or visit www.evc.edu/de. ENlACE PROGRAM The Enlace Program is designed to help Latino/a students succeed. The goals of Enlace are: · To enable Latino/a students to successfully complete the Enlace English, Math, Science, and Guidance courses · To increase the number of Latino/a students who graduate with an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree · To increase the number of Latino/a students who transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Latino/a community professionals contribute to the program as mentors; serving as role models, sharing their personal, academic, and career experiences; and providing guidance and motivation for the students. The Enlace Counselor helps Enlace students set career goals, take appropriate courses, and prepare to graduate and/or transfer. Three student organizations help students succeed academically, contribute to the community, and develop leadership skills: the Enlace Student Association (ESA), the Enlace Honors Society (EHS), and SACNAS (Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in the Sciences). The Enlace office is located in Roble Building, R5-134. For office hours and more information, call 408.274.7900 x6598. Also visit our webpage at http:// www.evc.edu/enlace/ .

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HONORS PROGRAM The Evergreen Valley College Honors Program serves high achieving students in all majors and interests on our campus by: · Offering a list of designated Honors Courses each semester · Allowing Honors Credit for other academic courses by way of individual class contracts with the instructor, which must be approved · Awarding of yearly scholarships to active Honors students · Providing specialized counseling · Providing priority registration privileges which allow active, qualified Honors students to register early · Acknowledging Honors work both on student's transcripts and at Graduation · Inviting all Honors students to participate in campus events, and to use the Honors office for homework, meetings, and other gatherings Handouts and information are always available in the Roble Building, RE206. For more information, call 408.274.7900 x6566 or visit www.evc.edu/honors. SERVICE lEARNING PROGRAM Building Future Leaders and Strengthening Communities Through Service EVC Service-Learning Program offers students the opportunity to connect classroom instruction with real life experience through community service. Students can substitute quizzes, midterms, research papers, and other assignments by electing to study in the community. Students who elect a service-learning assignment will be asked to reflect, discuss, and write about their service experience and how the service relates to what they are studying in their class. This hands-on approach provides students with opportunities to explore different careers, increase self-confidence, enhance résumé and employment opportunities, as well as transfer and scholarship applications. At the completion of the course, students receive a certificate signed by the college president. Find out how you can make a difference in your life, your studies, and your community. The Service Learning office is located in the Roble Building, RD216. For more information, call 408.223.6770 or visit www.evc.edu/service_learning. WIN /CAlWORkS PROGRAM San Jose/Evergreen Community College District's Workforce Initiative Network (WIN) Program is an umbrella for several programs, including: AmeriCorps, CalWORKs, Foster and Kinship Care Education Program, the Independent Living Program, and Keys to Success. The WIN Program provides students an opportunity to obtain an education and earn a vocational certificate or degree in a variety of high demand fields. Quality instruction combined with "hands on" work experience and service learning prepares students to successfully compete for rewarding employment. The vocational training and degree programs are linked to career ladders that provide students the opportunity to continue their educational and professional goals while employed. The WIN Program serves CalWORKs and Keys to Success students. CalWORKs (California Work Opportunities & Responsibility to Kids) provides services to parents receiving TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families) in conjunction with the County of Santa Clara. The CalWORKs Program offers accelerated vocational training and degree programs for students. The CalWORKs Program has a Work/Study component that allows students to work on- or off-campus without a deduction in their cash aid. Students gain valuable and rewarding experience in their chosen field through the Work/Study Program. A WIN Program Job Developer also works directly with each student to determine job readiness, skills, and interests to match current openings. Additionally, we provide résumé assistance and interviewing skills to ensure that our students are prepared for the workforce.

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To assist CalWORKs students in their studies, the program provides dedicated EVC educational counselors, job placement officers, work experience coordinators, and program assistants who work together to make each student's school to work transition a rewarding experience. Through funding from the County of Santa Clara, CalWORKs students receive: child care support services, transportation, books, supplies, and other school-related expenses. This program also links with financial aid, admissions and records, tutoring, and other community and campus related services. WIN/CalWORKs Office is located in the Student Services Center, SC201. For more information, call 408.274.7900 x6589 or visit www.evc.edu/win. kEYS TO SUCCESS PROGRAM The Keys to Success Program provides learning disability testing for CalWORKs clients. Included in the program is a three week workshop where clients develop the insight, self-awareness, and understanding of how their learning disabilities may affect their lives. Helpful strategies will be provided to assist clients to deal most effectively with life's challenges. The Keys to Success Program gives comprehensive written evaluations that outline test results. A student then has an understanding of their learning disability's strengths and weaknesses in a vocational or educational environment. Based on that information, specific training suggestions and accommodations can be made for each referred student. The office is located at 1888 Senter Road, San Jose. For more information, call 408.278.6587.

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FOSTER AND kINSHIP CARE EDUCATION PROGRAM (FkCE) The FKCE program provides training for kinship caregivers. Kinship caregivers are those who care for and parent foster youth. In collaboration with many community based organizations, the FKCE Program ensures that kinship caregivers have the tools and training necessary to successfully parent foster youth. The FKCE Program works together with the County of Santa Clara to ensure that all licensing requirements are met. The FKCE program is located in the Student Services Center, SC201. For more information, call 408.270.6499 or visit www.evc.edu/ilp. INDEPENDENT lIVING PROGRAM (IlP) The ILP at Evergreen Valley College provides independent living skills training, specialized education, on-campus support and resources to foster and probation youth who have been living in out-of-home care (foster homes, kinship families, group homes, or residential placement). The Evergreen Valley College Independent Living Program is committed to prepare and support our foster youth in their transition to self-sufficiency by giving them the necessary life skills to thrive. ILP is located in the Student Services Center, SC201C. For more information, call 408.270.6499 or visit www.evc.edu/ilp. AMERICORPS PROGRAM The main focus of the AmeriCorps Program is to provide emergency and disaster preparedness and awareness to vulnerable populations. Students in the AmeriCorps Program work with the local community to ensure that vulnerable populations are prepared and ready for all types of emergencies and disasters. Students participate in a work experience class that trains students about emergencies and disasters. All students in the program must complete 450 hours of training and community activities within one calendar year. upon completion of the required hours, students receive an educational stipend of $1,250. The AmeriCorps Program is housed at San José City College, but many Evergreen Valley College students participate. The office is located at San Jose City College in SC215. For more information, call 408.274.7900 x3586 or visit www.sjcc.edu/StudentServices/Americorps/ AmeriCorps.shtml.

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Accounting

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Chemistry

MATERIAL FEE: $5.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

020 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

0530-1010PM CCCH 46940 205 LEC MW #46940 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building. BARTA, M

5.0

015 - FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY

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Economics

(Sep 2 to Oct 23)

010A - PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMIC THEORY

0530-0835PM CCCH 47150 206 LEC TTH #47150 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building MOGLEN, D

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Environmental Science

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

English

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

010 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

0530-0835PM CCCH 47775 205 LEC T #47775 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building 205 LAB TH 0530-0835PM CCCH #47775 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building ZAHIRI, N

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001A - ENGLISH COMPOSITION

228 LEC TTH 0145-0310PM C207 #228 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. AYTCH, K

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104 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION

212 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM A4213 #212 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. 212 LAB TTH 1045-1210PM A4213 #212 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. AYTCH, K

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Mathematics

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

AYTCH, K

061 - FINITE MATHEMATICS

0600-0725PM CCCH 45499 205 LEC MW #45499 Location: 2310 North First St., San Jose County Center Charcot building STAFF

3.0

330 - IMPROVEMENT OF WRITING

205 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM A4213 #205 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. 205 LAB TTH 1045-1210PM A4213 #205 is an Affirm Program course. See Affirm Counselor to enroll. AYTCH, K

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Mathematics

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

011A - ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

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Disabled Students Program

Guidance

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1215-0140PM C202 45807 203 LEC MW #45807 is an Aspire Program course. CARRION, J

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47993 202 LEC M 0145-0310PM SC119 (Sep 2 to Dec 18) WILLIAMS, L

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104 - DIAGNOSTIC LEARNING - WRITING STRATEGIES

46404 201 LAB TTH 47994 201 LAB MW 0915-1040AM AF143 1045-1210PM AF143 1215-0140PM AF143 STAFF

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English

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

110A - LISTENING SKILLS

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110B - MEMORY AND STUDY SKILLS

3.0

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001A - ENGLISH COMPOSITION

1045-1210PM C101A 46695 223 LEC MW #46695 is an Aspire Program course. This course has a Service-Learning option.

110C - SPEECH AND LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT

47996 201 LAB W 0145-0305PM AF143 0915-1040AM 1045-1210PM 1045-1210PM 0915-1040AM SC119 SC119 SC119 SC119 BREAKEY, L

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104 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION

0915-1040AM RF134 46786 213 LEC MW #46786 is an Aspire Program course. BANERJEE, S

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115 - COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION

46452 46453 46454 46455 201 202 203 204 LAB LAB LAB LAB MW MW TTH TTH STAFF STAFF DELVEY, J TUNG, N

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Ethnic Studies

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

150 - ADAPTIVE WORD PROCESSING

3.0

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040 - VIETNAMESE AMERICAN CULTURE & EXPERIENCE

0800-1115AM C208 45911 202 LEC F #45911 is an Aspire Program course. NGUYEN-WONG,

100 - DIAGNOSTIC LEARNING

46403 201 LEC M 0145-0310PM SC119 STAFF

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042 - ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN CULTURE/EXPERIENC

1215-0140PM C203 45912 201 LEC MW #45912 is an Aspire Program course. This course has a Service-Learning option. TRAN, T

3.0

Individualized Instruction

(Sep 8 to Dec 18)

210 - SUPERVISED TUTORING

46457 204 BY ARRG SC119 SALAK, R

0.0

Mathematics

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

Physical Education

3.0

KY, T (Sep 2 to Dec 18)

063 - ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

0915-1040AM S150 45500 201 LEC MW #45500 is an Aspire Program course.

022A - ADAPTED CROSS TRAINING

46089 201 LAB TTH 46091 201 LAB TTH 1215-0140PM PE202 0145-0310PM PE202 CLAIR, J

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Political Science

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

056A - ADAPTED STRENGTH CONDITIONING

CLAIR, J

001 - POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT IN AMERICA

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Enlace

Biology

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

Guidance

(Oct 3 to Oct 31)

086 - PLANNING EDUCATIONAL FUTURES

0900-1215PM PE102 47747 201 LEC F #47747 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. ESPINOZA, F

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061 - HUMAN HEREDITY

202 LEC WF 1045-1210PM A5132 #202 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 This course has a Service-Learning option. GONZALEZ, A

3.0

Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 (Sep 2 to Oct 2)

085 - BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS

203 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM P104A #203 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 BURTON, M

1.0

English

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

001A - ENGLISH COMPOSITION

221 LEC MW 0915-1040AM P103 #221 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 ROJAS, R

3.0

Mathematics

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

011A - ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

208 LEC MTWTH 1215-0125PM RD301 #208 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 214 LEC MTWTH 0915-1025AM A6212 #214 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: BURNHAM, C BURNHAM, C

5.0

102 - COLLEGE READING

214 LEC TTH 1215-0140PM AB231 #214 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 ROJAS, R

3.5

104 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION

214 LEC TTH 1045-1210PM AA232 #214 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 214 LAB MW 1045-1210PM C203 #214 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 215 LEC TTH 0745-0910AM C101A #215 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 215 LAB F 0915-1230PM C203 #215 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 ROJAS, R ROJAS, R ROJAS, R ROJAS, R

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9:00 - 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery

013 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

211 LEC MTWTH 1045-1155AM A6212 #211 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127 BURNHAM, C

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310 - BASIC MATHEMATICS

201 LEC MW 0745-0910AM A5132 #201 is an Enlace Program course. See Enlace Counselor to enroll. Required Enlace Program Orientation: 9:00-10:30AM Saturday, Sept. 13 in Montgomery Hall, SC127

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3.0

Ethnic Studies

Ethnic Studies

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

030 - CHICANA/O CULTURE

0915-1040AM C204 45847 201 LEC MW 0315-0440PM YB 45907 202 LEC MW #45907 is held at Yerba Buena High school. 0915-1040AM C204 45908 203 LEC TTH VILLARREAL, A ORTIZ, M VILLARREAL, A

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Learning Communities

English

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

102 - COLLEGE READING

0915-1040AM AA232 46617 203 LEC MW #46617 is a Learning Community class. Students must also register for ENGL 104, #46766 DELAROSA, D

3.5

104 - FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION

0745-0910AM P103 46766 205 LEC MW #46766 is a Learning Community class. Students must also register for ENGL 102, #46617 WARNER, J

+4.0

Humanities

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

002 - INTRODUCTION TO WORLD LITERATURE

1045-1210PM SC103 45958 201 LEC TTH #45958 is a Learning Community class. Students must also register for THEAT 020, #46210 WARNER, J

3.0

Theatre Arts

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

020 - INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE ARTS

1215-0140PM C101B 46210 201 LEC TTH #46210 is a Learning Community class. Students must also register for HUMNT 002, #45958 WHELAN, G

3.0

Workforce Initiative Network

SPECIAl PROGRAMS COURSES

Guidance

(Oct 27 to Dec 17)

081 - CAREER SELF-ASSESSMENT

0915-1020AM P105A 47742 201 LEC MW This is a WIN Program course. However, all EVC students are welcome to enroll. (Sep 2 to Oct 22) HARDIN, M

+1.0

395 - DEVELOPMENTAL STUDY SKILLS

0915-1020AM P105A 47737 201 LEC MW This is a WIN Program course. However, all EVC students are welcome to enroll. HARDIN, M

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Internet Hybrid

Biology

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

Environmental Science

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

010 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

0630-0935PM S127 45357 204 LAB W Note: #45357 is an internet hybrid course. The lecture portion will be online and the lab GONZALEZ, A

4.0

061 - HUMAN HEREDITY

0600-0720PM S150 45349 203 LEC TH #45349 is an internet hybrid course. The course meets on campus for 1.5 hours per week and online for the additional 1.5 hours per week. An orientation to this class will be given at the first class meeting. Students are required to attend the orientation. Anyone who does not attend the first class will be dropped from the class. Students who attempt to add this class late will not have WebCT access to online course materials and lecture until the third week of school. It is highly recommended that students be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. Keyboard skills and an e-mail account will be necessary to converse online and be successful in class. GONZALEZ, A

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portion will be held once a week on campus. An orientation to this class will be given at the first lab meeting on Thursday, September 4th. Students are required to attend this orientation and must bring their textbook. Anyone who does not attend this first session will be dropped from the class. Register for this class early. Students who attempt to add this class late will not have WebCT access to course materials until the third week of school. It is highly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. Keyboard skills and an e-mail account will be necessary to converse online and be successful in class. This course has a ServiceLearning option.

Computer and Information Technology

MATERIAL FEE: $2.00

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

Internet Online

3.0

024 - VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING

0600-0715PM RF234 47129 201 LEC M #47129 is a hybrid course. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. 201 LAB M 0720-0805PM RF234 #47129 is a hybrid course. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. LICHTBACH, H

Astronomy

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

010 - INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY

45533 204 INTERNET #45533 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory Course Orientation: Thursday, Sep. 4 at 3:30PM in room AB201 Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. BATALHA, C

3.0

LICHTBACH, H

042 - PERL PROGRAMMING

0600-0715PM RF234 47131 201 LEC W #47131 is a hybrid class. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. 201 LAB W 0720-0805PM RF234 #47131 is a hybrid class. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. EISENBERG, J

3.0

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EISENBERG, J

Business Information Systems

3.0

LICHTBACH, H (Sep 2 to Dec 18)

044 - JAVA PROGRAMMING

0600-0715PM RF234 47132 201 LEC M #47132 is a hybrid class. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. 201 LAB M 0720-0805PM RF234 #47132 is a hybrid class. This class consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. LICHTBACH, H

091 - INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION PROCESSING

46976 204 INTERNET #46976 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend ONE of the two scheduled orientation sessions at the following times: Thursday, Sept. 4 from 2:00-3:00PM in LE232 Saturday, Sept. 6 from 10:30-11:30AM in LE232 Students will be required to come on campus for the final exam. Email your instructor with any questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. NOTE: BIS200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES SHANER, C

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109 - INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT OFFICE

46983 201 INTERNET #46983 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. Online students must attend one of these sessions: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 5:00PM in R4231 OR Thursday, Sept. 4 at 6:00PM in R4231 OR Friday, Sept. 5 at 5:30PM in R4231 Call 408-274-7900, ext.6628 to reserve a space in one of these meetings or with questions concerning this class. This class covers MS Office Word and Excel 2007. NOTE: BIS200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES STAFF 46984 202 INTERNET #46984 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. Online students must attend one of these sessions: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 5:00PM in R4231 OR Thursday, Sept. 4 at 6:00PM in R4231 OR Friday, Sept. 5 at 5:30PM in R4231 Call at 408-274-7900, ext.6628 to reserve a space in one of these meetings or with questions concerning this class. This class covers MS Office Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint 2007. NOTE: BIS200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES STAFF

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050 - INTRODUCTION TO UNIX/LINUX

47133 201 INTERNET #47133 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend one of these three scheduled orientation sessions at the following times in room RF241: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 4:00PM Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 6:30PM Thursday, Sept. 4 at 4:00PM Students may be required to come to campus for midterm and final exams. Email your instructor with questions at david.eisenb[email protected] 3.0 Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. NOTE: CIT200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES EISENBERG, J

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052 - UNIX/LINUX SHELL PROGRAMMING

47134 201 INTERNET #47134 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend one of these three scheduled orientation sessions at the following times in room RF241: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 4:00PM Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 6:30PM Thursday, Sept. 4 at 4:00PM Students may be required to come to campus for midterm and final exams. Email your instructor with questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation EISENBERG, J

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Business

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

060L - STATISTICS LABORATORY

47093 201 INTERNET 47094 202 INTERNET #47093 and #47094 are Internet courses. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. Students enrolled in the day sections of BUS 060 will receive orientation during the first class meeting of BUS 060. Students enrolled in the evening section may call or email the instructor to set up a time. Email your instructor with any questions at [email protected]

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will be dropped from the course. NOTE: CIT200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES

054 - UNIX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION

47135 201 INTERNET #47135 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus. You must attend one of these three scheduled orientation sessions at the following times in room RF241: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 4:00PM Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 6:30PM Thursday, Sept. 4 at 4:00PM Students may be required to come to campus for midterm and final exams. Email your instructor with questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. NOTE: CIT200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERNET CLASSES EISENBERG, J

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Computer and Information Technology

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

010 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

47126 204 INTERNET 47127 205 INTERNET #47126 and #47127 are Internet courses. Mandatory courses orientation is held on campus. You must attend ONE of the two scheduled orientation sessions at the following times: Thursday, Sept. 4, 2:00-3:00PM in LE232 Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:30-11:30AM in LE232 Students will be required to come on campus for the final exam. Email your instructor with any questions at [email protected] Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. NOTE: BIS200 IS NOT REQUIRED FOR INTERENT COURSES SHANER, C SHANER, C

3.0

Educational Instructional Technology

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

005 - INTRO TO ONLINE LEARNING

47247 201 DED #47247 is an Internet course. Please attend one of the following orientations in room LE228: Saturday, September 6: 10:00-11:00AM Monday, September 8: 10:00-11:00AM Tuesday, September 9: 4:00-5:00PM RAHIM, N

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010 - COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION

47248 201 INTERNET #47248 is an Internet course. Please attend one of the following orientations in room LE228: Saturday, September 6: 12:00-1:00PM Monday, September 8: 12:00-1:00PM Tuesday, September 9: 5:00-6:00PM RAHIM, N

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Mathematics

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

013 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

45450 212 INTERNET #45450 is an Internet online course. It is KACHUCK, I strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory course orientation: Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 3:15PM in room AD143. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be purchasing the required online license at the orientation meeting. Students are to bring a valid credit card (or credit card information) to purchase the online textbook.

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022 - WEBCT TO DEVELOP ONLINE COURSES

47249 201 INTERNET #47249 is an Internet course. Please attend one of the following orientations in room LE228: Saturday, September 6: 2:00-3:00PM Monday, September 8: 2:00-3:00PM Tuesday, September 9: 6:00-7:00PM RAHIM, N

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English

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

001A - ENGLISH COMPOSITION

46694 222 INTERNET #46694 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is Saturday, Sept. 6 from 10:00-12:00PM in LE232. MENTOR, S

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061 - FINITE MATHEMATICS

45495 201 INTERNET #45495 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory course orientation: Thursday, Sept. 4 KACHUCK, I

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Individualized Instruction

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

090 - TUTORING TRAINING

45394 201 INTERNET #45394 is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Please contact [email protected] for further information. BANERJEE, A

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Library Studies

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

063 - ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

45506 207 INTERNET #45506 is an Internet online course. It is KNIGHT, R strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. MANDATORY COURSE ORIENTATION: Saturday, Sept. 6 at 10:00AM in room AD143. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be purchasing the required online textbook at the orientation meeting and should not purchase a textbook prior to that time. Students are to bring a valid credit card (or credit card information) to purchase the online textbook. A valid photo ID will also be required.

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015 - ELECTRONIC RESEARCH AND THE INTERNET

47250 201 INTERNET #47250 is an Internet course. Mandatory course orientation is Thursday, Sept. 4 from 6:00-7:00PM OR Saturday, Sept. 6 from 12:00-1:00PM in room LE324, Library ERA area. This course has a Service-Learning option. BLACKMAN, S

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Psychology

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History

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

001 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

47815 215 INTERNET #47815 is an Internet course. Students can attend orientation at one of the following times: Saturday, Sept. 6 at 10:30AM or Tuesday, Sept. 9 at 6:00PM Please visit http://www.evc.edu/de for room location. Students can also arrange an orientation by contacting Brad Carothers at [email protected] CAROTHERS, B

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017A - HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

45931 207 DED #45931 is a Distance Education course. Saturday, Sept. 6 in room RE311 RE311 CIRIVILLERI, R Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM,

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Music

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

100 - HUMAN SEXUALITY

47816 203 INTERNET #47816 is an Internet class. Students can attend orientation at one of the following times: Saturday, Sept. 6 at 12:00PM or Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 6:00PM Please visit http://www.evc.edu/de for room location. Students can also arrange an orientation by contacting Brad Carothers at [email protected] CAROTHERS, B

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083 - EXPLORING THE WORLD OF MUSIC

45967 201 DED #45967 is a Distance Education course. SC127 CRUMMER, L Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room SC127

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Oceanography

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

010 - DESCRIPTIVE OCEANOGRAPHY

AC162 48013 201 DED #48013 is a Distance Education course. Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room AC162. HAYS, L

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Telecourse

Anthropology

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

Political Science

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

063 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

45745 201 DED #45745 is a Distance Education course. C202 VILLARREAL, A Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C202.

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001 - POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT IN AMERICA

46138 206 DED #46138 is a Distance Education course. Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C105 This course has a Service-Learning option. C105 FONG, P Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM,

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Family and Consumer Studies

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

Psychology

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

019 - NUTRITION

47202 203 DED #47202 is a Distance Education course. Saturday, Sept. 6 in room S150 S150 ROTH, K Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM,

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001 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

46174 214 DED #46174 is a Distance Education course. Students can attend orientation at one of the following times: S140 CAROTHERS, B

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070 - CHILD DEVELOPMENT

47208 201 DED #47208 is a Distance Education course. Saturday, Sept. 6 in room S160 S160 COLE, G Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM,

3.0

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Sociology

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

010 - INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

46204 205 DED #46204 is a Distance Education course. Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C104 C104 ESPINOZA, F Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM,

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Spanish

(Sep 2 to Dec 18)

001A - ELEMENTARY SPANISH

46471 205 DED #46471 is a Distance Education course. C103 EZQUERRO, B Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM, Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C103 This course has a Service-Learning option.

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001B - ELEMENTARY SPANISH

46477 202 DED #46477 is a Distance Education course. Saturday, Sept. 6 in room C103. This course has a Service-Learning option. C103 EZQUERRO, B Required course orientation: 9:00AM or 10:30AM,

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Associate Degree and Certificate Offerings

EVC can help you transfer to any four-year college to obtain a degree in the fields listed below. If your desired major is not listed, please see a counselor for course and transfer requirements.

MAJOR Accounting Administration of Justice

ART & DESIGN:

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS ·

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE · · · · ·

CERTIFICATE ·

Design Emphasis Studio Practice 2-D Studio Practice 3-D Jewelry

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOlOGY:

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Advanced Automotive Training American Honda Program Basic Skills ­ Entry Level Drivetrain and Chassis Engine Service Fuel Electrical Business Administration

BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS:

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Workforce Development Humanities, Arts & P.E. language Arts Math, Science, & Engineering Nursing & Applied Health SBRPSTC 408.270.6434 408.223.6792 408.223.6775 408.270.6490 408.270.6448 408.270.6458

MAJORS / DEGREES / CERTIFICATES

Accounting Specialist Administrative Assistant Bookkeeping Assistant Business Systems Assistant Computer Systems Assistant Computer Applications Specialist Digital Media Design Specialist General Business Assistant Information Processing Specialist Legal Office Assistant Medical Office Assistant Chemistry Communication Studies Computer Aided design & drafting AutoCAD Mechanical CADD Mechanical Drafting & Design Architectural CADD 3D CADD Computer Information technology Web Programming Oracle Applications Developer Oracle Database Administration UNIX Systems Administration Engineering Civil Engineering ­ Surveying English General Studies music Nursing Paralegal Studies Performing Arts Police Academy ­ Law Enforcement Psychology Retail management (WAFC)

UNIVERSITY STUDIES:

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AREA A: A1 A2 A3 AREA B: B1 B2 B3 B4 AREA C: C1 C2 COMMUNICATION IN THE ENGlISH lANGUAGE AND CRITICAl THINkING Oral Communication:

English 001A

MINIMuM 9 uNITS (ONE COuRSE FROM EACH AREA)

Written Communication: Critical Thinking:

Communication Studies 010, 020, 040, 045

Communication Studies 040, English 001C, Interdisciplinary Studies 060, Philosophy 060

PHYSICAl UNIVERSE AND ITS lIFE FORMS Physical Science: life Forms:

MINIMuM 9 uNITS (ONE COuRSE EACH FROM AREAS B4, B1, AND B2 ­ AT LEAST ONE COuRSE WITH LAB)

Astronomy 010, Chemistry 001A, 015, 030A, 030B, Environmental Science 010, Natural Science 010A, 010B, 060, Oceanography 010, Physics 001, 002A, 002B, 004A, 004B, Physical Science 012 Anatomy 001, Anatomy & Physiology 003, Biology 001, 020, 021A, 061, 064, 065, 072, Botany 062, Environmental Science 010, Natural Science 010A, 010B, 060 Anatomy 001, Anatomy & Physiology 003, *Astronomy 010L, Biology 001, 020, 021A, 064, 072, Chemistry 001A, 015, 030A, 030B, Environmental Science 010, Natural Science 010A, 010B, Physics 001, 002A, 002B, 004A, 004B, Physical Science 012 Math 021, 022, 051, 052, 061, 063, 071, 072, 073, 078, 079, Computer Science 072

laboratory Activity:

Mathematical Concepts:

ARTS, lITERATURE, PHIlOSOPHY, FOREIGN lANGUAGES Art:

MINIMuM 9 uNITS (ONE COuRSE FROM EACH AREA)

Humanities (literature, Philosophy, and Foreign languages):

Art 090, 091, 092, 093, Ethnic Studies 011, Music 008A, 008B, 083, 090, 091, 092, 095, 099, Theater Arts 020, 024M, 024S, 025A, 040 English 001B, 021, 028, 033, 035, 052, 060, 062, 073, 080, 082A, 082B, 084A, 084B, 086A, 086B, Ethnic Studies 010, French 001A, 001B, 002A, 002B, Humanities 002, Interdisciplinary Studies 070, Philosophy 010, 011, 012, 065, 070, Sign Language 001A, 001B, 002A, 002B, Spanish 001A, 001B, 002A, 002B, 020A, 020B, Vietnamese 001A, 001B

AREA D: D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D0 AREA E:

SOCIAl, POlITICAl, AND ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS AND BEHAVIOR; HISTORICAl BACkGROUND Anthroropology and Archeology: Economics:

Economics 010A, 010B English 060, 080, 082A, 082B, Ethnic Studies 010, 030, 035, 040, 042 History 009, 021, 022, Social Science 020 English 033, History 009, Psychology 035 Geography 010, 011 History 001, 003A, 003B, 005, 009, 010A, 010B, 012, 017A, 017B, 021, 022 Students may satisfy the History and Institutions requirement by taking History 017A and 017B or History 001 and Political Science 001 Engineering 001, Interdisciplinary Studies, 010, Journalism 010, Social Science 050 Interdisciplinary Studies 090, Political Science 001

MINIMuM 9 uNITS (AT LEAST ONE COuRSE FROM TWO CATEGORIES)

Anthropology 062, 063, 090, Ethnic Studies 030, Social Science 020

Ethnic Studies:

Gender Studies: Geography: History:

Interdisciplinary Social and Behavioral Science:

Political Science, Government, and legal Institutions: Psychology:

MAJORS / DEGREES / CERTIFICATES

Sociology and Criminology:

Family Consumer Studies 070, Psychology 001, 035, 047, 060, 092, 096, 099, 100 AJ 010, 011, 014, Ethnic Studies 035, Sociology 010, 011

lIFElONG UNDERSTANDING AND SElF-DEVElOPMENT

3 uNITS

Family Consumer Studies 019, 050, Guidance 095, Health Education 011, Interdisciplinary Studies 070, P.E. 031, Psychology 060, 092, 096, 100

*Astronomy 10L will be acceptable only if student has completed Astronomy 10 previously or concurrently

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General Education Requirements for the University of California (IGETC)

The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC), originally implemented in Fall 1991, is a series of courses that community college students can use to satisfy lower division general education requirements at any CSu or uC campus. All coursework applicable to IGETC must be completed and certified in order to be accepted by CSu or uC. Each course certified must have a minimum grade of "C" . AREA 1: 1A 1B 1C AREA 2: ENGlISH COMMUNICATION English Composition: Critical Thinking/English Composition: Oral Communication: (needed for Associate Degree and transfer to CSu only)

Communication Studies 010, 020, 040, 045 English 001C English 001A

3 COuRSES, 9 uNITS

MATHEMATICAl CONCEPTS AND qUANTITATIVE REASONING

1 COuRSE, 3 uNITS

Math 021, 061, 063, 071, 072, 073, 078, 079

AREA 3: 3A 3B

ARTS AND HUMANITIES Arts:

3 COuRSES, 9 uNITS

Humanities:

Art 090, 091, 092, 093, Music 008A, 008B, 083, 090, 091, 092, 095, Ethnic Studies 011, Theater Arts 020, 024M, 024S, 025A, 040 English 001B 021, 028, 033, 035, 052, 060, 062, 073, 080, 082A, 082B, 084A, 084B, 086A, 086B, Ethnic Studies 010, 030, French 001B, 002A, 002B, History 010A, 010B, Humanities 002, Philosophy 010, 011, 012, 065, 070, Social Science 020, Sign Language 002A, 002B, Spanish 002A, 002B, 020A, 020B

AREA 4: 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4F 4G 4H 4I 4J AREA 5: 5A 5B AREA 6:

SOCIAl AND BEHAVIORAl SCIENCE

3 COuRSES, 9 uNITS

Anthropology And Archeology: Economics: Ethnic Studies: Gender Studies: Geography: History: Interdisciplinary, Social & Behavioral Sciences: Political Science: Psychology: Sociology & Criminology: PHYSICAl AND BIOlOGICAl SCIENCE Physical Science:

Anthropology 062, 063, 090 Economics 010A, 010B Eth 010, 030, 040, 042, Social Science 020 History 009, Psychology 100 Geography 010, 011 History 001, 003A, 003B, 009, 017A, 017B, 021, 022 * * * Ethnic Studies 030, Social Science 20 Political Science 001* Psychology 001, 035, 092, 096, 100 Sociology 010, 011

7 - 9 uNITS; 2 COuRSES REQuIRED, ONE PHYSICAL SCIENCE COuRSE AND ONE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE COuRSE, AT LEAST ONE MuST INCLuDE A LABORATORY; COuRSES IN ITALICS DO NOT CONTAIN A LABORATORY COMPONENT

Biological Science:

Astronomy 010, Chemistry 001A, 015, 030A, 030B, Environmental Science 010, * Natural Science 010A, * 010B, Physical Science 012, * * Physics 002A, 002B, 004A, 004B, 004C Anatomy 001, AP 003, Biology 001, 020, 021A, 061, 064, 065, 072, Botany 062, Environmental Science 010, Natural Science 010A, * 010B *

lANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGlISH (uC requirement only)

PROFICIENCY EQuIVALENT TO TWO YEARS OF HIGH SCHOOL STuDY IN THE SAME LANGuAGE

French 001A, 001B, 002A, 002B, Spanish 001A, 001B, 002A, 002B, 020A, 020B, Sign Language 001B, 002A, 002B, Vietnamese 001A, 001B

MAJORS / DEGREES / CERTIFICATES

*If History 17A/17B courses or Political Science 001/History 001 courses are used to satisfy the California and uS History and Institution requirements, they may not be certified as a part of the IGETC package **Environmental Science 010 and Natural Science 010B may be certified for general education in either Physical or Biological Science areas, but each course may only be certified once

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CAN ID EVC COURSE

CAN AJ 2 CAN AJ 4 CAN AJ 6 CAN AJ 8 CAN ANTH 2 CAN ANTH 4 CAN ART 2 CAN ART 4 CAN ART 8 CAN ART 10 CAN ART 12 CAN ART 14 CAN ART 16 CAN ART 18 CAN BIOL 12 CAN BIOL 14 CAN BIOL SEQ A CAN BuS 2 CAN BuS 4 CAN BuS 12 CAN BuS SEQ A CAN CHEM 12 CAN CHEM SEQ A CAN CHEM SEQ B CAN CSCI 22 CAN CSCI 24 CAN CSCI 26 CAN ECON 2 CAN ECON 4 CAN ENGL 2 CAN ENGL 6 CAN ENGR 4 CAN ENGR 8 CAN ENGR 10 CAN FCS 2 CAN FCS 14 CAN FREN 8 CAN FREN 10 CAN FREN SEQ A CAN FREN SEQ B CAN GEOG 2 CAN GEOG 4

A J 010 A J 011 A J 012 A J 015 ANTH 062 ANTH 063 ART 091 ART 092 ART 024 ART 060 ART 042 ART 012 ART 013 PHOTO 022 PHYSO 060 MICRO 070 BIOL 003+001+002 ACCTG 020 ACCTG 021 BuS 071 ACCTG 020+021 CHEM 065 CHEM 001A+001B CHEM 030A+030B COMSC 075 COMSC 076 COMSC 072 ECON 010A ECON 010B ENGL 01A ENGL 072 ENGR 066 ENGR 069 ENGR 060 F C S 019 F C S 070 FREN 002A FREN 002B FREN 001A+001B FREN 002A+002B GEOG 010 GEOG 011

Introduction to Administration of Justice Criminal Law Introduction to Evidence Introduction to Investigation Introduction to Physical Anthropology Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Survey of Art History: Prehistoric through Gothic Survey of Art History: Renaissance to the Present Beginning Drawing Beginning Painting I Sculpture I Two-Dimensional Design Three-Dimensional Design Elementary Photography Human Physiology General Microbiology Molecular Biology + General Principles + Organismal Biology Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting Legal Environment or Business Financial Accounting + Managerial Accounting Quantitative Analysis General Chemistry Introduction to Chemistry Computer Science I Computer Science II Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Principles of Macroeconomic Theory Introduction to Microeconomic Theory English Composition Fundamentals of Creative Writing Properties of Materials Statics Surveying Nutrition Child Development Intermediate French

MAJORS / DEGREES / CERTIFICATES

Intermediate French Elementary French Intermediate French Introduction to Physical Geography Introduction to Cultural Geography

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CAN ID EVC COURSE

CAN GOVT 2 CAN HIST 2 CAN HIST 4 CAN HIST 8 CAN HIST 10 CAN HIST SEQ A CAN HIST SEQ B CAN JOuR 2 CAN JOuR 4 CAN MATH 2 CAN MATH 10 CAN MATH 12 CAN MATH 20 CAN MATH 22 CAN MATH 26 CAN MATH 34 CAN MATH SEQ C CAN MuS 2 CAN MuS 4 CAN MuS SEQ A CAN PHIL 2 CAN PHIL 4 CAN PHYS 2 CAN PHYS 4 CAN PHYS 8 CAN PHYS 12 CAN PHYS 14 CAN PHYS SEQ A CAN PHYS SEQ B CAN PSY 2 CAN PSY 8 CAN PSY 10 CAN SOC 2 CAN SOC 4 CAN SPAN 8 CAN SPAN 10 CAN SPAN SEQ A CAN SPAN SEQ B CAN SPCH 4 CAN SPCH 6 CAN SPCH 8 CAN STAT 2

POLSC 001 HIST 010A HIST 010B HIST 017A HIST 017B HIST 10A+10B HIST 017A+017B JOuRN 014 JOuRN 010 MATH 051 MATH 021 MATH 061 MATH 072 MATH 073 MATH 079 MATH 062 MATH 071+072+073 MuSIC 010A MuSIC 010B MuSIC 010A+010B PHIL 010 PHIL 065 PHYS 002A PHYS 002B PHYS 004A PHYS 004B PHYS 004C PHYS 002A+002B PHYS 004A+004B+004C PSYCH 001 PSYCH 018 PSYCH 030 SOC 010 SOC 011 SPAN 002A SPAN 002B SPAN 001A+001B SPAN 002A+002B COM S 020 COM S 040 COM S 010 BuS 060 or MATH 063

Politics and Government in America Development of Western Culture Development of Western Culture History of the united States History of the united States Development of Western Culture History of the united States Newswriting and Reporting Mass Media and Society Mathematics for General Education Pre-calculus Algebra Finite Mathematics Calculus II with Analytic Geometry Intermediate Calculus Linear Algebra Calculus for Business Majors and Social Sciences Calculus I w/Analytic Geom. + Calculus II + Intermediate Calculus Theory & Aural Skills Theory & Aural Skills Theory & Aural Skills Introduction to Philosophy: Metaphysics, Epistemology, & Ethics Introduction to Ethics General Physics General Physics General Physics General Physics General Physics General Physics General Physics General Psychology Introduction to Research Methods Introduction to Biological Psychology Introduction to Sociology Social Problems Intermediate Spanish Intermediate Spanish Elementary Spanish Intermediate Spanish Oral Communications Introduction to Argument Interpersonal Communication Fundamentals of Business Statistics or Elementary Statistics

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Student Services and Resources

CHIlD DEVElOPMENT CENTER The Evergreen Valley College Child Development Center is an on-campus laboratory school that provides a high quality, developmentally appropriate toddler and preschool program for young children between the ages of 22 months and 5 years. Our teachers facilitate learning in the areas of early literacy, math, science, writing, art, music, independence, social competence, multicultural appreciation, and physical/motor skill competence while preparing children for success in kindergarten. The EVC Child Development Center is also a laboratory school where students in the Early Childhood Education program at SJCC conduct observations, student-teach, and receive mentorship and guidance from our excellent team of certificated teachers. The Child Development Center is in the chocolate-colored building in the student parking lot on the Yerba Buena Road side of the campus. Office hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. For more information, call 408.270.6452 or visit us online at www.evc.edu/cdc. COUNSElING AND GUIDANCE Academic counseling and guidance services are available to all Evergreen Valley College students and prospective students. Our counselors assist students with exploring career, educational, and personal goals. Counselors work jointly with students to develop a student educational plan (SEP) to fulfill the course requirements to meet the student's goals. university transfer, occupational study, basic skills development, professional and personal enrichment are all included in academic counseling services. In addition to providing counseling services, our faculty teaches guidance courses to assist students with college orientation, career exploration, study skill success, and the like. These classes are listed in the schedule under the heading Guidance. Day and evening counseling services are available on both an appointment and a walk-in basis. The EVC Counseling Department is located in the Student Services Center, SC-256. Office hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 408.270.6475 or visit us online at www.evc.edu/counseling. DISABIlITIES SUPPORT PROGRAM (FORMERlY DISABlED STUDENTS PROGRAM) Disabilities Support Program (DSP) provides support services and instructional programs for students with disabilities who are attending Evergreen Valley College. A variety of services are available including academic and vocational counseling, interpreting (for students who are deaf), captioning mobility assistance, provision of print materials in alternate formats (for students with visual impairments or learning disabilities), tutorial assistance, and individual adaptive assistance as needed. Specialized courses offered through DSP include classes for students with learning disabilities, speech/language impairments, visual limitations, hearing impairments, and mobility limitations. Specific courses in adaptive physical education (APE), assistive computer technology, and learning strategies are offered to accommodate students with various disabilities. Visit the Disabilities Support Program office in the Student Services Center, Room SC-120. Office hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. For more information call 408.270.6447 (voice) or 408.238.8722 (TTY). Information is also available online at www.evc.edu/dsp.

EOP&S AND CARE PROGRAM Evergreen Valley College offers Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOP&S) to assist students in meeting the social, financial, and academic requirements of completing a college education. As a California-funded student support program, EOP&S is designed specifically for students who face financial and educational challenges. The mission of EOP&S is to provide access to financial and social support to successfully complete a program in higher education--whether a student seeks to transfer to a four-year institution, earn an associate degree or a vocational certificate. EOP&S is comprised of counselors, outreach specialists, administrative support, student workers, and an EOP&S Director dedicated to the overall welfare of students from diverse cultural, social, educational, and economic backgrounds. EOP&S welcomes students from all stages of life, and unique perspectives. EOP&S is here to serve your needs, your success is our business. The EOP&S office is located in the Student Services Center, SC118. Office hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. Call 408.270.6455 or visit www.evc.edu/eops for application deadlines. The CARE Program The Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) Program is also a California-funded program that is designed to help EOP&S students who are single parents at Evergreen Valley College. In conjunction with the Santa Clara County Department of Social Services and other community agencies, CARE services seek to break down some of the barriers that single parents face when pursuing higher education. The CARE Program provides single parent students with additional support services including grant funds, school supplies, child care subsidy, transportation assistance, and meal tickets. These services are in addition to the services provided to all EOP&S students. A CARE application is required in addition to the EOP&S application. The CARE Office is located next to EOP&S in the Student Services Center, SC-118. There are caring, knowledgeable, friendly faculty and staff available to help you with the application process and services. Call CARE at 408.270.6550, for information about application deadlines. Information about the EOP&S and CARE programs are also available online at www.evc.edu/eops. STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES (FASTRACk) FasTrack is a federally funded Student Support Services (SSS) TRIO program designed to assist first-generation (those whose parents did not complete college), low income, or disabled students as they prepare to obtain a two-year degree and/or transfer to a four-year university. The program provides educational planning, career planning, workshops, counseling, cultural enrichment activities, scholarships and tutoring, and referrals to on-campus and community resources. FasTrack is located in the Student Services Center, SC110. Office hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. For information, call 408.274.7900 x6547 or visit www.evc.edu/fastrack.

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HEAlTH SERVICES The Health Clinic provides a medical doctor, nurse practitioners/registered nurses, and personal counselors to assist currently enrolled students with health-related and psychological matters. Illness or accidents incurred on campus should be reported immediately to Campus Police who will contact Student Health Services. All services are completely confidential. Student Health Services is located in SC-124, on the lower floor of the Student Services Center. Office Hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. Closed during the summer and intersession. All services are available on an appointment basis only unless it is an emergency. Please call 408.270.6480 to schedule an appointment. Information is also available online at www.evc.edu/health_services. EVC JOB PlACEMENT CENTER Job placement services are available to all students enrolled at Evergreen Valley College. The Cooperative Education Work Experience/Job Placement Coordinator will assist students who are seeking full-time, permanent, employment opportunities related to their vocational academic major, or assist with identifying part-time employment to assist with finances while attending college. Local employers, as well as other various companies, are aware of our job placement services and are continuously seeking to provide employment opportunities to Evergreen Valley College students. In addition, our office provides information regarding the current labor market and job search techniques and will assist students with preparing or enhancing a résumé on an appointment basis. The office is located in Student Services Center, SC214. Office Hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. Evenings by appointment only. Call 408.274.7900 x6857 or visit www.evc.edu/transfer_center. TRANSFER/CAREER/WORk ExPERIENCE CENTER The Transfer/Career/Cooperative Education Work Experience Center provides transfer, career, and work experience services. This important resource center is staffed by faculty and staff that are committed to working with students on long range goals as they prepare to transition from Evergreen Valley College to a four year college institution or directly into a career field. Transfer Services The successful transfer of EVC students to a wide variety of in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities is a high priority for the college. The Director of the Transfer Center is committed to providing services which directly assist potential transfer students in preparing for upper division work at a four-year college or university. The EVC Transfer Center also works closely with many four-year institutions to facilitate the transfer process. The Bridge to Transfer Program In partnership with Cal SOAP, college representatives work with high school students who are interested in transferring to a university but may not be ready for admission to a four year institution. At Evergreen Valley College students are assisted by personnel at the Transfer Center to ensure that they understand transfer requirements, complete appropriate course work, prepare a Transfer Admissions Agreement (TAA) and seek out scholarships, financial aid, and other support services available for transfer students. CO-OP ED The Cooperative Education Work Experience Program (Co-op Ed) is designed to help students expand their career options and develop new job skills. The Alternate Work Experience Plan allows students to work and earn college credit without additional coursework. Students can earn up to six units of credit. In this plan students need not be enrolled in any other classes. The Parallel Work Experience Plan allows students to attend college classes and work in the same semester. Students can earn up to 3 units per semester with a maximum total of 6. In order to participate in the parallel program, a student must be enrolled in a maximum of 7 units including work experience units.

The Transfer/Career/Cooperative Work Experience Center is located in the Student Services Center, SC214. Office hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. For more information call or visit us online: Transfer Center, 408.270.6470, www.evc.edu/transfer_center Cooperative Education Work, 408.274.7900 x6620, www.evc.edu/ work_experience. CAMPUS TUTORING AND MATH SCIENCE RESOURCE CENTER The Campus Tutoring Program provides free tutoring services and support in various subjects for registered EVC students. The Tutoring Program also recruits and trains new student tutors each semester, providing job opportunities for students during their academic time at EVC. Tutoring is offered free on a drop-in, open-lab basis to registered EVC students only. Appointments are not necessary. Check the Tutors' Bulletin Board for subject availability and days/times offered. Drop-in ESl Conversation Drop-in ESL Conversation Groups are offered weekly to provide second language students the opportunity to practice their listening and speaking skills in a relaxed, friendly environment. Drop-in Grammar Review Workshops are offered weekly, providing students with the opportunity to practice basic grammar and writing skills. Math and science tutoring is provided in the Math and Science Resource Center (MSRC), Acacia Building, AD141. The Campus Tutoring Center is located in the Library/Ed Tech Center, lE200. Office Hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. For more information, or to find out about becoming a tutor, please call 408.274.7900 x6802 or visit www.evc.edu/tutoring_center/index.htm. The Math and Science Resource Center (MSRC) The MSRC provides tutoring and software to support all Math, Astronomy, Chemistry, Physics, and Earth Science courses. Academic Systems (Mediated Learning), Chem Concepts, Chem Tools, Chemistry of Life, CheMentor 3.1 and Interactive Physics software is available on the computers. Services are FREE to students registered in EVC Math or Science courses. The MSRC is located in the Acacia Building, AD141. Office Hours are listed on page 126 of this schedule. For further information, call 408.274.7900 x6883 or visit www.evc.edu/mse/math_center.htm. VETERANS AFFAIRS Evergreen Valley College is approved to enroll veterans by The Council for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education. Eligible veterans may receive benefits while pursuing a college degree or certificate. Veterans may verify their eligibility by calling the San Francisco Veterans Administration at 800.827.1000. Veterans and dependents may apply for educational benefits by contacting the Veterans Coordinator in the Office of Admissions and Records or by calling 408.270.6430. After meeting with the Veterans Coordinator, please schedule an appointment to see a VA counselor at 408.270.6474. A counselor will assist the veteran to develop an education plan that meets the veteran's goals, and complies with Veterans Affairs guidelines. Visit us online at www.evc.edu/admissions/va.htm.

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non-discrimination Policy

District Policy

STUDENT RIGHTS UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABIlITIES ACT

When an option exists for receiving credit/no credit, students may request The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities that substantially limit activities such as working, walking, talking, seeing, hearing, or caring for oneself. Students with disabilities have the following rights: · Access to college classes, programs, activities, services, and facilities to facilitate learning · Association with other students who are not disabled · Campus safety requirements based on actual risks, not speculation or stereotype · Academic adjustments to facilitate participation in classwork and campus activities · Modification in policies unless they fundamentally alter services or activities; requests will be evaluated in terms of how they might affect course standards · Protection against discrimination and harassment The faculty and staff of the Disabled Student Program (DSP) and services are able to answer questions related to accommodations for a disability. The highest standard of confidentiality is maintained. The ADA coordinator is also available to answer questions about the Americans with Disabilities Act. Alternate Formats for this Publication This publication can be made available in alternate formats, such as large print, Braille, audio tape, or computer disk. To request an alternate format or to ask questions about DSP or the ADA call the DSP office at 408.270.6447, 408.238.8722 (TDD) or visit the office in SC119.

San Jose/Evergreen Community College District does not discriminate on the basis of ethnic group identification, race, religion, color, gender, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, Veteran status, sexual orientation, organizational affiliation, or political beliefs. Limited English language skills will not be a barrier for admission to, or participation in, vocational education programs. SJECCD is subject to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, Sections 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. It is the policy of this district that, unless specifically exempted by statute, every course, course section, or class, the average daily attendance of which is to be reported for state aid, wherever offered and maintained by the district, shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the college(s) and who meets such prerequisites as may be established pursuant to Title V of the California Administrative Code, commencing with Section 58100. El Distrito de San Jose/Evergreen Community College no discrimina por identificación con grupos étnicos, raza, religión, color, género, país de origen, edad, discapacidad física o mental, estado civil, condición de veteranos de guerra, orientación sexual, afiliación a organizaciones, o creencias políticas. Las habilidades lingüísticas limitadas en inglés no serán una barrera para la admisión ni para la participación en programas de orientación vocacional. El SJECCD se encuentra regulado por el Título IX de las Enmiendas Educativas de 1972, el Título VII de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964 y sus enmiendas, la Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, y la Ley para Estadounidenses con Discapacidades de 1990. La política de este distrito establece que a menos que se exceptúe específicamente en los estatutos, cada curso, sección de curso, o clase cuya asistencia diaria promedio debe ser informada para la asistencia estatal, siempre que se encuentre entre los ofrecidos y mantenidos por el distrito, deberá estar completamente abierto para la inscripción y participación por parte de toda persona que haya sido admitida a los institutos (colleges) y que cumpla con los prerequisitos que puedan establecerse según el Título V del Código Administrativo de California, comenzando con la Sección 58100. Qun i Hc Cng ng San Jose/Evergreen không phân bit i x vê nhóm sc tc, chng tc, tôn giáo, màu da, gii tính, xut x quc tch, tui tác, khim khuyt th cht hoc tinh thn, tình trng hôn nhân, t cách Cu Chin Binh, nh hng gii tính, quan h t chc, hoc t tng chính tr. Các k nng Ting Anh hn ch s không là rào cn i vi vic c nhn vào, hoc tham gia vào các chng trình giáo dc hng nghip. SJECCD tuân th iêu IX ca Tu Chánh Án Giáo Dc nm 1972, iêu VII ca o Lut Dân Quyên nm 1964 ã sa i, Mc 504 ca o Lut Phc Hi nm 1973, và o Lut Công Dân Hoa K Khuyt Tt nm 1990. Nu chính sách ca qun này, tr khi c quy ch c bit min tr, mi khóa hc, tng phn ca khóa hc, hoc lp hc, s hin din trung bình hàng ngày c báo cáo nhn h tr t tiu bang, dù c qun cung cp và duy trì âu i na, s c áp dng y trong vic ghi danh và tham gia ca bt k cá nhân nào khi h c nhn vào hc và khi h áp ng các iêu kin tiên quyt c t ra theo iêu V ca Lut Hành Chính Tiu Bang California, m u vi Mc 58100.

DISTRICT POlICY

SExUAl HARASSMENT

The San Jose Evergreen Community College District is committed to maintaining a n environment free of sexual harassment and all forms of sexual intimidation and exploitation. The district shall notify and disseminate to all employees and students the District's sexual harassment policy and enforce administrative regulations. unwelcomed sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal comments or conduct of a sexual nature shall constitute sexual harassment when submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for academic or employment decisions affecting that student or employee including, but not limited to, the individual's academic or work performance by creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive academic or work environment. Discrimination and Harassment Complaints An individual who believes that she/he has been a victim of harassment or discrimination may file a complaint under the District's Procedure for resolution of Discrimination/Harassment Complaints with the College Title IX Officer or the District Director of Human Resources. More information on the procedures or to file a complaint see the EVC Catalog on page 169.

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FEDERAl EDUCATION RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT

under notification of the Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) students may, at the time of enrollment, direct the college to withhold release of directory information to persons not employed by the college. Directory information includes your name, address, telephone number, dates of attendance, current classes attending, major of study, award/degrees received, date of birth, and most recent institution previously attended. FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends school beyond the high school level. Students to whom these rights have transferred are "eligible students." Generally the college must have written permission from the student in order to release any information from a student's record.

BEHAVIORAl STANDARDS AND CONSEqUENCES

Evergreen Valley College is committed to fostering a safe, positive learning environment where students can pursue their educational goals and participate in college-sponsored activities that promote intellectual growth and personal development. To this end, students are provided protection and due process of their individual rights against unfair or improper actions by any member of the district community. Students are expected to adhere to State and Federal laws, and to the rules and regulations of the District, and of the College. Violations may result in disciplinary action against the student. Violations include but are not limited to the following: · Applying undue pressure on an instructor to alter a grade · Threat or act of physical harm directed against a student, visitor, or college employee · Willful damage to, or theft of, district property · Threat or act of stalking, sexual assault, or rape (report will be sent to the District Attorney for further legal action) · Possession of a knife, gun, rifle, or an object used as a weapon to threaten bodily harm (report will be sent to the District Attorney for further legal action) · Use of fraudulent identification · Unauthorized possession, duplication, or use of keys to any district premises, or unauthorized entry to or use of college or district premises · Unauthorized copying, or an attempt to copy, computer software; an unauthorized entry or attempt to enter a system; or intentionally introducing a virus · Unlawful possession, sale, use of, or being under the apparent influence of illegal drugs or alcohol · Willful defiance of college officials, faculty, staff, or police officers who are giving lawful direction · Disorderly, lewd, indecent, or obscene conduct or expressions (including willful profanity and/or vulgarity with intention to threaten, intimidate, or offend) · Gambling (money or its equivalent exchanged and not part of an approved campus activity/event) · Harassment or discrimination based on gender, race, religion, culture, disability, sexual orientation, or age · Bomb or terrorist threat (report will be sent to the District Attorney for further legal action) · Failure to comply with the terms of any disciplinary sanction imposed in accordance with the Code of Student Conduct Consequences may include one or more of the following actions: · Verbal reprimand/warning: Verbally reprimanding students for inappropriate behavior and warning that the continuation of the conduct will cause disciplinary action · Suspension: Exclusion from classes, privileges, activities, or the college for a specified period of time, noted in student's file (instructors may suspend a student for the remainder of a class period and the next class period; Administrators or President may suspend a student for a longer specified time) · Expulsion: Termination of student's right and privileges noted in student's file

DISTRICT POlICY

STUDENT-RIGHT-TO-kNOW

The Student-Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 requires all colleges to publish an annual report on transfer and completion rates along with a Campus Crime and Security Report . This report is made available by September 1st of each year to all current students, employees, and to prospective students. For available data visit online at www.evc.edu/student_services/right_to_ know.htm and http://jaguar.sjcc.edu/sjeccd-police.

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY

Evergreen Valley College values academic integrity. Students are expected to complete and submit their own work. These values ensure that every student is graded fairly. Academic dishonesty is unethical and does not support student learning. Violations of standards include the following: · Altering grades · Altering or forging college documents, records, or identification · Copying from someone's test or allowing someone to copy your test · Copying from an author's work without giving credit (plagiarism) · Doing an assignment (e.g., a term paper or essay) for another student or asking, paying, bribing, or blackmailing someone to do an assignment for you · Sitting in for someone in class, or on a test, or having someone sit in class for you, if not authorized by the instructor · Submitting work previously presented in another class if not authorized by the instructor · During an exam, using or consulting other test or course material not authorized by the instructor · Possession of an examination or materials not authorized by the instructor Consequences may include one or more of the following actions by appropriate college officials: · Receiving a failing grade on the test, paper, or exam · Course grade lowered, possibly resulting in course failure · Verbal or written reprimand/warning · Suspension for a longer specified time · Expulsion from college

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DUE PROCESS PROCEDURES

Any district official who suspends a student for more than one entire class or day of instruction must provide his or her immediate supervisor and the College President a written report that includes: · The name of violating student · A statement of the alleged violation(s) with date, time, and place · Names of witnesses (if any) · Sanction(s) to be imposed Within three working days of receiving the report, the President or designee must notify the student by certified mail of the following: · Reason or reasons for suspension or dismissal · Length of suspension or dismissal · Conditions for removal of suspension or dismissal · The right to appeal the suspension or dismissal through the college grievance process

SAN JOSE EVERGREEN COMMUNITY COllEGE DISTRICT PUBlIC SAFETY

The San Jose/Evergreen Community College District maintains a campus Police Department staffed with highly trained officers to help protect the safety and ensure security of students, staff, their property, and the property of the District. District police officers, committed to standards of professional excellence, are required to meet the selection and training requirements of the California Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission. Officers receive the same training and carry the same authority in or near the college campuses as city police officers and county deputy sheriffs. The District Police Department operates under the direction of a vice chancellor and a chief of police, and offers a wide range of services to the campus community. Services include providing and presenting current crime prevention information, patrolling the college campuses and parking lots, proactive crime suppression, investigating all offenses that occur on the campuses, and informing campus users of the occurrence of crimes specified by federal statute. Officers are authorized to arrest or cite law violators.

DISTRICT POlICY

STUDENT GRIEVANCE POlICY

At Evergreen Valley College, students are provided protection and due process of their individual rights against unfair and improper action by any member of the District community. If a student believes that he/she has been subjected to unjust action or denial of his/her rights under District/College rules and State/Federal laws, he/she will be given an opportunity to seek resolution through the use of the Student Grievance Process. A grievance may be initiated by a student against another student, a faculty member, an administrator, a member of the classified staff, or a board member. To see more information on what constitutes a grievance and the process and procedures involved, see page 167 of the EVC Catalog.

CRIME REPORTING PROCEDURES

Offenses, accidents, and all emergencies that occur on campus should be reported immediately to the Campus Police: Evergreen Valley College Police Station, Central utilities Building, 408.270.6468 A total of fourteen red emergency call-boxes are available at various locations at both colleges for anyone who needs to contact the District Police. Emergency call boxes are marked by blue signs and blue lights for easy visibility. Office hours are Monday through Saturday, 7:00am ­ 11:00pm; Sunday, 7:00am ­ 3:00pm; Holidays 8:00am ­ 4:00pm. After hours, all campus emergencies should be reported by dialing 911 on a public telephone. Coins are not required when placing 911 calls. Office phones normally used as FAX lines may also be used for placing emergency 911 calls. Other telephones in District and College offices and facilities require that one dial "9" then 911 for emergency service. If for some reason 9-911 should fail to work, dial the City of San Jose Emergency Services number 408.277.5454. For more information on Campus security including information on parking, citations, locking of campus and crime report, see the EVC Catalog or visit online at http://www.sjeccd.org/HTMl/District/DistPolice/Policehome.html.

NON-SMOkING POlICY

The San Jose/Evergreen Community College District prohibits the smoking of cigarettes, pipes, cigars, and other combustible substances in all District buildings, facilities, and vehicles. Anyone smoking must be 20 feet away from District buildings.

DRUG-FREE WORk PlACE POlICY

In accordance with the Drug-Free Workplace and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Acts, it is the policy of the San Jose/Evergreen Community College District to provide a drug-free campus community and workplace. The unlawful manufacture, possession, distribution, or use of a controlled substance is prohibited on the campuses and District facilities. Violation of this standard may result in dismissal under the applicable regulations of Title V of the California Code of Regulations and will be subject to civil and criminal penalties. For more explicit information on this policy and its sanctions, contact the District Human Resources Director, San Jose/ Evergreen Community College District Offices at 408.270.6406 or the EVC Dean of Counseling and Matriculation at 408.274.7900 x6638.

STUDENT lEARNING OUTCOMES

Learning can take place in many different ways, not just by taking a class and being tested. Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) are measurable and produce data used to assess what is learned by students within a given class, program or service. All courses, services, and programs are using SLOs to help evaluate, and if needed modify, how learning and services are delivered to best meet student needs.

lOOkING FOR A lOST ITEM?

Lost and found items should be turned into the Campus Police Department. To claim a lost item call 408.270.6468 Hours are: M-SAT 7:00 AM - 11:00 PM SuN 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM Holidays 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Contact Numbers and Hours of Operation

A Admission and Records A&R Building 408.270.6441 Summer M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 6:30 PM F 9:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Fall M, T, TH 8:00 AM ­ 6:30 PM W 8:00 AM ­ 7:00 PM F 9:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Extended Hours 9/2 to 9/4 8:00 AM ­ 6:30 PM 9/5 9:00 AM ­ 4:00 PM 9/6 9:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM AFFIRM Program SC206, Student Services Center 408.274.7900 x6532 M-F 8:30 AM ­ 5:30 PM ASPIRE Program A5-204, Acacia Building 408.274.7900 x6227 Summer M-F 7:30 AM ­ 3:30 PM Fall M-F 7:00 AM ­ 4:00 PM Assessment Center A&R Building 408.274.7900 x6692 M, T, TH, F 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM W 11:00 AM ­ 8:00 PM Associated Students G2103, Gullo II 408.274.7900 x6692 B Book Store G201, Gullo 1 Building 408.223.6765 Summer M-TH 7:45 AM ­ 4:00 PM F Closed Fall M-TH 7:45 AM ­ 7:00 PM F 7:45 AM ­ 4:00 PM Extended Hours 9/2- 9/4 7:45 AM ­ 9:00 PM 9/5 7:45 AM ­ 4:00 PM 9/6 10:00 AM ­ 2:00 PM Business & Workforce Development Division Office S130, Sequoia Building 408.270.6434 M-F 7:30 AM ­ 5:15 PM Business Services Office AC115, Acacia Building 408.274.7900 x6514 M-F 7:30 AM ­ 5:00 PM C Cafeteria (Fresh & Natural) Gullo I ­ first floor 408.274.7900 x6731 Summer M-TH 7:00 AM ­ 2:00 PM F Closed Fall M-TH 7:00 AM ­ 8:00 PM F 7:00 AM ­ 2:00 PM Campus Open Computer Lab LE200, Library/ETC building 408.274.7900 x6333 Summer M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 4:00 PM F Closed Fall M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 8:45 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 4:00 PM S 10:00 AM ­ 4:00 PM Career / Work Experience Center SC214, Student Services Center 408.274.7900 x6620 Summer M-F 7:30 AM ­ 4:30 PM Closed in July Fall M, T, TH, F 7:30 AM ­ 4:30 PM W 7:30 AM ­ 7:00 PM Child Development Center CDC Building 408.270.6452 Summer- Closed Fall M-F 7:15 AM ­ 4:45 PM Counseling SC255, Student Services Center 408.270.6475 Summer M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Fall M-TH 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM F 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM D Disabilities Support Program (DSP) SC120, Student Services Center 408.270.6447 Summer M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Fall M, T, TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM W 8:00 AM ­ 7:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Distance Education LE-208, Library/ETC Building 408.270.6422 M-F 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM E ENLACE Program R5-134, Roble Building 408.274.7900 x6598 M-F 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM EOP&S SC118, Student Services Center 408.270.6455 Summer M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Fall M, T, TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM W 8:00 AM ­ 7:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM ESL Lab SC 116, Student Services Center 408.274.7900 x6608 Summer M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 3:00 PM Fall M-TH 9:30 AM ­ 4:00 PM; 6:30 PM ­ 8:00 PM F 9:30 AM ­ 11:30 AM; 1:30 PM ­ 3:00 PM F FasTrack See Student Support Services Financial Aid SC123, Student Services Center 408.270.6460 Summer M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Fall M, T, TH 8:00 AM ­ 4:30 PM W 8:00 AM ­ 7:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Extended hours 9/2 ­ 9/4 8:00 AM ­ 6:30 PM 9/5 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM 9/6 9:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Foster Care Program SC 201, Student Services Center 408.270.6499 H Health Services SC124, Student Services Center 408.270.6480 Summer - Closed Fall M, T, W, TH 8:30 AM ­ 3:30 PM T, W, TH 5:00 PM ­ 8:00 PM F 8:30 AM ­ 1:00 PM Honors Program R2-209, Roble Building 408.274.7900 x6566 HSI Office (Hispanic Serving Institute Grant) RF132, Roble Building 408.223.6784 Summer - Call for hours Fall M-F 8:30 AM ­ 4:30 PM I International Admissions SC212, Student Services Center 408.274.7900 x6133 l Language Arts Division Office RE206, Roble Building 408.223.6775 M-F 7:30 AM ­ 4:30 PM

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Library Library/ETC Building ­ 3rd floor 408.270.6433 Summer M-TH 10:00 AM ­ 6:00 PM F-SAT Closed Fall M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 8:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 4:00 PM S 10:00 AM ­ 2:00 PM Lost and Found See Police M Math, Science & Engineering Division Office AE133, Acacia Building 408.270.6490 M-F 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM Math and Science Resource Center (Tutoring) AD141, Acacia Building Summer June 17, 2008 through July 25, 2008 M-TH 9:00 AM ­ 3:00 PM Fall M, TH 8:00 AM ­ 8:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 2:00 PM Mail Boxes ­ Teachers Roble Gallery, Reprographics M-TH 7:00 AM ­ 7:00 PM F 7:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM MyWeb Problems ITSS 408.270.6441 M-Th 7:00 AM ­ 9:00 PM F 7:00 am ­ 5:30 pm N Nursing & Applied Health Division Office S206, Sequoia Building 408.270.6448 Summer M-F 8:30 AM ­ 5:30 PM Fall M-F 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM O Outreach /School Relations SC214, Student Services Center 408.223.6701 M-F 8:30 AM ­ 5:30 PM P Parking Citations See Police Police (District Police) Central utilities Building 408.270.6468 M-SAT 7:00 AM ­ 11:00 PM SuN 7:00 AM ­ 3:00 PM HOLIDAYS 8:00 AM ­ 4:00 PM President's Office SC202, Student Services Center 408.270.6471 M-F 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM R Reading Lab SC 125, Student Services Center 408.274.7900 x6569 Summer M-TH 7:45 AM ­ 4:30 PM F 7:45 AM ­ 3:00 PM Fall M-TH 7:00 AM ­ 7:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 3:00 PM S Service Learning RD216, Roble Building 408.274.7900 x6770 Social Science, Humanities, Art, and P.E. Division Office RE206, Roble Building 408.223.6792 M-F 7:30 AM ­ 4:30 PM StaReg (Telephone Registration) 408.223.0300 Student Life G205, Gullo I Building 408.223.6768 Summer M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Fall M, T, TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM W 8:00 AM ­ 7:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Student Support Services (FasTrack) SC111, Student Services Center 408.274.7900 x6547 Summer M-F 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM Fall M, T, TH, F 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM W 8:00 AM ­ 7:00 PM T Telephone Registration (StaReg) 408.223.0300 Transfer Center SC 214, Student Services Center 408.270.6470 Summer M-F 7:30 AM ­ 4:30 PM Closed in July Fall M, T, TH, F 7:30 AM ­ 4:30 PM W 7:30 AM ­ 7:00 PM Tutoring Center LE237, Library/ETC Building 408.274.7900 x6802 Summer - Closed Fall M-TH 9:00 AM ­ 6:00 PM F 9:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM

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V Veteran's Affairs A&R Building 408.270.6430 Vice President Academic Affairs SC202, Student Services Center 408.270.6450 M-F 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM Vice President Student Affairs SC205, Student Services Center 408.270.6749 M-F 7:30 AM ­ 4:30 PM W WIN/CalWORKs Program SC201, Student Services Center 408.274.7900 x6589 M-TH 8:00 AM ­ 5:00 PM F 8:00 AM ­ 1:00 PM Writing Lab SC 116, Student Services Center 408.274.7900 x6858 Summer M-TH 7:45 AM ­ 5:00 PM F 7:45 AM ­ 3:00 PM Fall M-TH 7:45 AM ­ 9:00 PM F 7:45 AM ­ 1:00 PM S 8:30 AM ­ 3:00 PM

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