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Class Schedule For Online, Hybrid, and Televised Courses - Spring 2021

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ACCY 264 - Taxation of Business Entities (3 Units)

Covers the topics for corporate tax, partnership tax, estate and gift tax, and tax planning. Corporate tax includes taxation of transactions between corporations and thier shareholders, transfers to corporations, dividends and non-liquidating distributions, stock redemptions, corporate liquidations, and S corporation. Partnership tax includes operation and liquidation, dissolution, sales, and exchange of partnership interests. Estate and gift tax addresses the types of transfers for federal gift tax.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  264 Section 50 37114 SNS Seminar 40/15 WEBONLINE - Stanislaus,Selvi C OL
** Meets 04/05/2021 to 05/14/2021 **

ACCY 266 - Bus. Environment and Concepts (3 Units)

Designed to provide understanding of knowledge and skills necessary for the general business environment and business operation. In addition, students are required to apply that knowledge in performing professional responsibilities. Topics include corporate governance, business cycles, global economic markets, business strategy, effect of financial management policies on accounting transactions, economic substance of transactions and their accounting implications, and budgeting/forecasting techniques.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  266 Section 50 37115 SNS Seminar 40/25 WEBONLINE - Pforsich,Hugh D OL
** Meets 01/04/2021 to 02/12/2021 **

ACCY 269 - Taxation of Individuals (3 Units)

Covers the required topics for tax form preparation for reporting individual incomes. Examines fundamental concepts in tax law and the underlying reasons for income identification, exemption, and deduction.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  269 Section 50 37116 SNS Seminar 40/24 WEBONLINE - Lyon,Elizabeth OL
** Meets 02/15/2021 to 03/26/2021 **

ACCY 260 - Financial Reporting II (3 Units)

In-depth study of technical financial accounting issues including accounting for pensions and leases, income tax, accounting changes, consolidated financial statements, and foreign currency.

Prerequisite: ACCY 250.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  260 Section 50 37111 SNS Seminar 40/17 WEBONLINE - Xiong,Yan OL
** Meets 01/04/2021 to 02/12/2021 **

ACCY 262 - Auditing (3 Units)

Study auditing as a control activity in society. It covers a variety of opportunities in the auditing profession including external auditing, internal auditing, compliance auditing, and operational auditing as well as fraud examinations. Topics include evidence and documentation, auditing computer systems, and internal controls.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  262 Section 50 37112 SNS Seminar 40/13 WEBONLINE - Mubako,Grace OL
** Meets 02/15/2021 to 03/26/2021 **
51 book for n/a  262 Section 51 37113 SNS Seminar 40/26 WEBONLINE - Liu,Caixing OL
** Meets 04/05/2021 to 05/14/2021 **

ACCY 250 - Financial Reporting I (3 Units)

Corporate financial reporting to external users in accordance with US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), including financial information about a company's economic resources, obligations, owners' equity, income, case flow, and use of information to evaluate a company's return on investment, risk, financial flexibility, liquidity, and operational capability.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  250 Section 50 37110 SNS Seminar 40/19 WEBONLINE - Roberts,Roslyn A OL
** Meets 04/26/2021 to 06/04/2021 **

ANTH 1A - Biological Anth Lab (1 Units)

Designed to familiarize the student with the materials and techniques of physical anthropology. Includes human and other primate osteology, anthropometric techniques, and allied methods in the gathering and analysis of physical anthropological data. Through working with the departmental collection of fossil casts and a wide variety of charts and models, the student also becomes familiar with the stages of human and primate evolution.

Prerequisite: ANTH 1 (may be taken concurrently)

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
04 book for n/a    1A Section 04 34998 1 Laboratory 24/3 WEBONLINE - Delgadillo,Marisol B2,B3,FL,WHOLE
05 book for n/a    1A Section 05 35249 1 Laboratory 24/0 WEBONLINE - Delgadillo,Marisol B2,B3,FL,WHOLE
08 book for n/a    1A Section 08 34999 1 Laboratory 24/0 WEBONLINE - Rauch,Kristin L B2,B3,FL,WHOLE

BIO 124 - Clinical Hematology (3 Units)

Basic principles and current clinical laboratory procedures used in the study of blood; emphasis on morphological and chemical changes in the disease processes. Lecture two hours; laboratory three hours. Fee course.

Prerequisite: CHEM 161 and BIO 184

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  124 Section 50 37550 SNS Laboratory 25/25 MW WEBONLINE 0330PM-0420PM Barclay,Sharlie L I,OL
** Meets 01/25/2021 to 05/26/2021 **

BIO 112 - Plant Taxonomy (4 Units)

Spring flora of central California is used as the focus of study in the classification and identification of native vascular plants. Lecture two hours; laboratory six hours. Field trips may be required. Fee course.

Prerequisite: BIO 1 and BIO 2.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  112 Section 02 34441 1 Laboratory 24/18 TR SQU118 0230PM-0520PM Baad,Michael HY

CHDV 30 - Human Development (3 Units)

Interdisciplinary study of human development with practical observations. Addresses physical, socio-cultural, intellectual and emotional aspects of growth and development from conception to death. A variety of field experiences will be required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a   30 Section 02 31721 1 Lecture 42/0 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,OL,PARTIAL
03 book for n/a   30 Section 03 31722 1 Lecture 42/0 MW WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,OL,PARTIAL
04 book for n/a   30 Section 04 31723 1 Lecture 42/3 WEBONLINE - Wessels,Denise E,OL,PARTIAL
05 book for n/a   30 Section 05 31724 1 Lecture 42/0 WEBONLINE - Natzel,Maggie E,OL,PARTIAL
06 book for n/a   30 Section 06 31725 1 Lecture 42/1 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,OL,PARTIAL
07 book for n/a   30 Section 07 31726 1 Lecture 42/0 WEBONLINE - Tran,Vy E,OL,PARTIAL
08 book for n/a   30 Section 08 31727 1 Lecture 42/2 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Wilber,Pamela E,OL
10 book for n/a   30 Section 10 31728 1 Lecture 42/0 WEBONLINE - Escobar,Sylvia E,OL,PARTIAL
11 book for n/a   30 Section 11 31729 1 Lecture 42/1 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Morris-Valdez,Cherie L E,OL,PARTIAL
12 book for n/a   30 Section 12 31917 1 Lecture 42/0 WEBONLINE - Escobar,Sylvia E,OL,PARTIAL
14 book for n/a   30 Section 14 32118 1 Lecture 42/0 WEBONLINE - Tran,Vy E,OL
15 book for n/a   30 Section 15 32119 1 Lecture 42/1 WEBONLINE - Natzel,Maggie E,OL
16 book for n/a   30 Section 16 32184 1 Lecture 42/1 WEBONLINE - Natzel,Maggie E,OL
17 book for n/a   30 Section 17 32185 1 Lecture 42/6 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0500PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,OL,PARTIAL
18 book for n/a   30 Section 18 32238 1 Lecture 42/0 M WEBONLINE 0300PM-0330PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,OL,PARTIAL
19 book for n/a   30 Section 19 32288 1 Lecture 42/0 WEBONLINE - Wessels,Denise E,OL

CHDV 35 - Child+Adolescent Develpmt (3 Units)

Examination of theory and research on cognitive, social and physical human development from conception through adolescence. Content will include data-collection techniques such as observation. Some course material will be applied to an analysis of elementary schooling.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   35 Section 01 31730 1 Lecture 42/0 M WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Kolesnikov,Veronika K E,OL
02 book for n/a   35 Section 02 31731 1 Lecture 42/5 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-0100PM Pitts,Lindsey Ann E,OL
03 book for n/a   35 Section 03 31732 1 Lecture 42/3 WEBONLINE - Mehta,Nicki E,OL
04 book for n/a   35 Section 04 31733 1 Lecture 42/7 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-0930AM Rivera-Carpenter,Veronica E,OL
06 book for n/a   35 Section 06 31943 1 Lecture 42/2 M WEBONLINE 0130PM-0220PM Kolesnikov,Veronika K E,OL
08 book for n/a   35 Section 08 32199 1 Lecture 42/5 WEBONLINE - Mehta,Nicki E,OL

CHDV 123 - Qualitative Methods (3 Units)

Introduction to qualitative research methods and their philosophical underpinnings. The focus will be on theoretical, methodological, and ethical issues in studying human learning and developmental processes from interpretive and social constructivist perspectives. Attention given to methodological strategies used to document and analyze learning and development in context. Strategies include participant-observation field notes, interviews, audio/video recordings, documents, and artifacts, with implications for theory, policy, and practice. APA style will be introduced to support the development of scholarly communication and writing.

Note: For CHDV majors, must be taken prior to completion of 90 units; completion of 45 total units credit.

Prerequisite: CHDV 30, or CHDV 35, or equivalent

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  123 Section 01 31735 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Parrish,Rosalie OL
02 book for n/a  123 Section 02 31736 1 Discussion 40/0 W WEBONLINE 0900AM-1000AM Herrera,Alicia OL
03 book for n/a  123 Section 03 31737 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Parrish,Rosalie OL
04 book for n/a  123 Section 04 31738 1 Discussion 40/0 R WEBONLINE 1030AM-1130AM Herrera,Alicia OL
05 book for n/a  123 Section 05 31925 1 Discussion 40/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0100PM Herrera,Alicia OL

CHDV 131 - Language Development (3 Units)

Investigation of the development of language and its relationship to school learning, cognitive development and social development. Both linguistic and communication competence are included. Specific attention to second language acquisition and principles underlying effective instruction in linguistically diverse children.

Note: Topic areas will vary by semester, and the course may be repeated.

Prerequisite: CHDV 133. CHDV 133 may be taken concurrently.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  131 Section 02 31740 1 Discussion 40/1 WEBONLINE - Brown-Wood,JaNay Evonne OL
03 book for n/a  131 Section 03 31741 1 Discussion 40/0 T WEBONLINE 0300PM-0330PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A OL
04 book for n/a  131 Section 04 31939 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J OL
05 book for n/a  131 Section 05 31959 1 Discussion 40/0 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-1230PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A OL
06 book for n/a  131 Section 06 32042 1 Discussion 40/0 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1100AM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A OL
07 book for n/a  131 Section 07 32104 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J OL

CHDV 133 - Quantitative Methods (3 Units)

Introduction to quantitative research methods in human development and their philosophical underpinnings. Major topics include the structures, design and conduct of research inquiry, and the generation of research questions and hypotheses, and collection of data. Emphasis will also be on engaging in quantitative research as well as increasing students' ability to locate, understand, critique, and report research findings. Students will be challenged to think critically about methodological issues in quantitative research. AP A style will be introduced to support the development of scholarly communication and writing.

Note: For CHDV majors, must be taken prior to completion of 90 units; completion of 45 total units credit.

Prerequisite: CHDV 30, or CHDV 35, or equivalent

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  133 Section 01 31742 1 Discussion 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Alexander,Kristen OL
03 book for n/a  133 Section 03 31744 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Ribeiro,Julia S OL
04 book for n/a  133 Section 04 31882 1 Discussion 40/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Gonzalez,Amber M OL
06 book for n/a  133 Section 06 31986 1 Discussion 40/0 F WEBONLINE 1000AM-1100AM Gonzalez,Amber M OL
07 book for n/a  133 Section 07 32027 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Ribeiro,Julia S OL
08 book for n/a  133 Section 08 37461 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Nazir,Saima OL

CHDV 135 - Cross-Cult Child Develpmt (3 Units)

Examination of the physical, socio-emotional and cognitive development in children from a crosscultural orientation. Will investigate cultural variables that influence child development from both inter- and intranational perspectives. Discussion of culturally universal and culturally specific behaviors, cognitions and experiences will be covered.

Prerequisite: CHDV 133. CHDV 133 may be taken concurrently.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  135 Section 01 31745 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Natzel,Maggie OL
02 book for n/a  135 Section 02 31746 1 Discussion 40/1 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Ellis,Basia D OL
03 book for n/a  135 Section 03 31747 1 Discussion 40/3 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Ellis,Basia D OL
04 book for n/a  135 Section 04 31938 1 Discussion 40/2 W WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli OL
05 book for n/a  135 Section 05 31957 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Natzel,Maggie OL
06 book for n/a  135 Section 06 32045 1 Discussion 40/1 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli OL
7 book for n/a  135 Section 7 32116 1 Discussion 40/4 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Ellis,Basia D OL

CHDV 137 - Cognitive Development (3 Units)

Cognitive development of children from conception through adolescence with consideration of biological and environmental influences. Lectures, discussions and participation in such classroom activities as presentations, demonstrations and cooperative learning assignments.

Note: Student must co-enroll in the corresponding section of CHDV 137L.

Prerequisite: CHDV 133.

Corequisite: CHDV 137L.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  137 Section 02 31750 1 Lecture 40/0 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Cantrell,Lisa M OL
03 book for n/a  137 Section 03 31751 1 Lecture 40/0 T WEBONLINE 0430PM-0600PM Cantrell,Lisa M OL
04 book for n/a  137 Section 04 31936 1 Lecture 40/1 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Stone,Lynda OL
05 book for n/a  137 Section 05 31955 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Ribeiro,Julia S OL
06 book for n/a  137 Section 06 32105 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Stone,Lynda OL
07 book for n/a  137 Section 07 32133 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Ribeiro,Julia S OL

CHDV 138 - Social/Emotional Develpmt (3 Units)

Study of the social and emotional development of children from conception through adolescence with consideration of biological and environmental influences. Lectures, discussions and participation in such classroom activities as presentations, demonstrations and cooperative learning assignments.

Note: Student must co-enroll in the corresponding section of CHDV 138L.

Prerequisite: CHDV 133.

Corequisite: CHDV 138L.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  138 Section 01 31754 1 Lecture 20/0 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Hobbs,Sue D OL

CHDV 35F - Hum Dev+Elem Field Exper (2 Units)

Directed field experiences in elementary school settings. Students are required to work at an elementary school and attend an on campus seminar. Includes the integration of student field experiences with theory and research in Human Development. Issues in learning, social development, adult career selection and schooling will be explored.

Note: Fieldwork includes 40 hours of service-learning at approved sites that are primarily off campus; students must complete clearance process (fingerprinting, TB tests) prior to placement.

Corequisite: CHDV 35 may be taken concurrently.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   35F Section 01 36610 1 Independent Study 35/1 WEBONLINE - Wessels,Denise
O'Hara,Karen
OL,PARTIAL
04 book for n/a   35F Section 04 36626 1 Independent Study 35/0 WEBONLINE - Hembree,Sheri E
Wessels,Denise
OL,PARTIAL

CHEM 189A - Introduction to Research (1-3 Units)

Directed undergraduate research involving a project that requires use of chemical literature and experimental design. A comprehensive written report and/or scientific poster must be submitted to receive a final grade.

Note: Only three units of CHEM 189A-C may be applied toward the major requirement in chemistry for the BA or BS degrees.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 or equivalent

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  189A Section 01 34173 1 Independent Study 8/7 WEBONLINE - Bauer,Johannes OL

CHEM 189B - Intermediate Chemical Research (1-3 Units)

Continuing directed undergraduate research involving a project with emphasis on experimentation and data analysis. A comprehensive written report and/or scientific poster must be submitted to receive a final grade.

Note: Only three units of CHEM 189A-C may be applied toward the major requirement in chemistry for the BA or BS degrees.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 or equivalent and CHEM 189A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  189B Section 01 34174 1 Independent Study 6/5 WEBONLINE - Bauer,Johannes OL

CHEM 198 - Senior Research (3 Units)

The student will conduct an independent study of a chemical research topic that is based on experimental techniques or advanced computer modeling. Significant use of chemical literature and information retrieval is required. A well-written, comprehensive, and well-documented final report must be submitted to receive a final grade. A weekly seminar is required. Seminar one hour, laboratory activities are a minimum of six hours per week.

Prerequisite: One upper division chemistry laboratory class, ENGL 20 or an equivalent second semester composition course and instructor and department chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  198 Section 02 34065 1 Laboratory 24/18 WEBONLINE - Lucero,Claudia G
Liu,Yujuan
Miranda,James A
Paula,Stefan
OL

CHEM 4 - Chemical Calculations (3 Units)

Introductory chemistry for students who plan to major in a scientific field. Appropriate for students desiring to prepare themselves for Chemistry 1A. Emphasizes chemical nomenclature and techniques of chemical problem solving. Topics covered include: dimensional analysis; conversions between measuring units; weight, mole and chemical equations; density; elementary gas laws; heat and temperature; elementary acid and base chemistry; oxidation and reduction; solutions. Three hours lecture.

Prerequisite: High school algebra and college algebra; sufficient performance on the college algebra diagnostic test, or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    4 Section 01 34031 1 Lecture 144/6 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Samin,Ahmad F WHOLE

CM 135 - Soils+Foundations (3 Units)

Study of the properties and behaviors of soils used as materials in construction. Index and physical properties of soils including compaction; permeability, compressibility, and shear strength. Methods of laboratory and field tests. Principles of foundation design, pavements, embankments and temporary soil support systems for trenches and cuts. Lecture two hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: CM 130.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  135 Section 03 32409 1 Laboratory 12/0 T SCL1119 0900AM-1150AM Salama,Tarek HY
04 book for n/a  135 Section 04 32428 1 Laboratory 12/0 R SCL1119 0400PM-0650PM Pietrobono,Kenneth J HY
05 book for n/a  135 Section 05 32659 1 Laboratory 12/3 T TBAARR 0400PM-0650PM Pietrobono,Kenneth J HY

CM 124 - Engineering Construction (3 Units)

Study of engineering construction projects with emphasis on equipment-paced operations including safety aspects. Engineering fundamentals and other factors that affect equipment selection and production. Amplification of recording and analysis techniques. Unit price contracts. Field trips. Lecture two hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: CM 125, CM 135.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  124 Section 02 37094 1 Laboratory 12/6 M 0200PM-0450PM Mantell,Andy HY
02 book for n/a  124 Section 02 37094 1 Laboratory 12/6 WEBONLINE - Mantell,Andy HY
03 book for n/a  124 Section 03 37095 1 Laboratory 12/2 W 0200PM-0450PM Mantell,Andy HY
03 book for n/a  124 Section 03 37095 1 Laboratory 12/2 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

CM 9 - Construction Survey & Layout (3 Units)

Geomatics and the principles of surveying measurements for distance, direction, and elevation. Special emphasis on the application of surveying skills relevant to the field of construction, including building, bridge, and sitework layout techniques and procedures, establishment of reference line and grade, topographic mapping, and earthwork computations. Lecture two hours. Laboratory 3 hours.

Prerequisite: CM 10, CM 20, CM 21 and either Math 26A or MATH 30 ; CM 21 and Math 26A or MATH 30 may be taken concurrently.

Corequisite: CM 21.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a    9 Section 02 32543 1 Laboratory 12/0 M RVR2011 1100AM-0150PM Figgess,Gareth W HY
03 book for n/a    9 Section 03 32544 1 Laboratory 12/1 W RVR2011 1100AM-0150PM Figgess,Gareth W HY
04 book for n/a    9 Section 04 37568 1 Laboratory 12/2 T RVR2011 1000AM-1250PM Figgess,Gareth W HY

CM 20 - Constructn Materl+Process (3 Units)

Introduction to construction materials; to their properties in-place in completed projects, and to their characteristics that affect construction processes. The organizations, methods, equipment and safety considerations that are common to projects of all types and to all segments of the industry. Field trips. Lecture two hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: CM 10, ENGL 1A; CM 10 may be taken concurrently.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a   20 Section 02 32667 1 Laboratory 12/0 T 0430PM-0650PM Buckley,Patrick H HY
02 book for n/a   20 Section 02 32667 1 Laboratory 12/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a   20 Section 03 32666 1 Laboratory 12/1 R 0430PM-0650PM Buckley,Patrick H HY
03 book for n/a   20 Section 03 32666 1 Laboratory 12/1 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
05 book for n/a   20 Section 05 32830 1 Laboratory 12/0 W 0430PM-0650PM Buckley,Patrick H HY
05 book for n/a   20 Section 05 32830 1 Laboratory 12/0 WEBONLINE - Buckley,Patrick H HY

CM 40 - Properties Constrctn Mtrl (3 Units)

Study of the engineering performance characteristics of materials. Covers testing concepts and procedures. Includes basic properties of metals, aggregates, cements, concrete, timber, asphalt, masonry and plastics with emphasis on construction applications. Lecture two hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: PHYS 5A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
08 book for n/a   40 Section 08 32834 1 Laboratory 15/1 T SCL1119 0200PM-0450PM Hansen,Karen L HY
09 book for n/a   40 Section 09 32835 1 Laboratory 15/0 R TBAARR 0200PM-0450PM Hansen,Karen L HY
10 book for n/a   40 Section 10 37453 1 Laboratory 24/13 R TBAARR 0500PM-0750PM Zenobia,Kent E HY

CM 120 - Constrctn Oper+Meth Analy (3 Units)

Introduction to the analysis and management of construction projects in terms of the work that must be performed in the construction process. Analyzes operations and methods using concepts and techniques, including video, that are applicable to all types of projects in all segments of the industry, variables affecting productivity. Safety as an integral part of project and operations management. Field trips. Lecture two hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: CM 22.

Corequisite: CM 121.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  120 Section 02 32853 1 Laboratory 16/1 M 1000AM-1250PM Mantell,Andy HY
02 book for n/a  120 Section 02 32853 1 Laboratory 16/1 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a  120 Section 03 32854 1 Laboratory 16/1 W 1000AM-1250PM Mantell,Andy HY
03 book for n/a  120 Section 03 32854 1 Laboratory 16/1 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
04 book for n/a  120 Section 04 37599 1 Laboratory 15/0 T 0330PM-0620PM Farshchi,Steven Kurosh HY
04 book for n/a  120 Section 04 37599 1 Laboratory 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

COMS 100B - Rhetoric and Social Influence (3 Units)

Detailed examination of texts on controversial issues in order to illustrate the varied forms of rhetorical action and the diverse modes of rhetorical analysis. Examples drawn from the literature of classical/contemporary rhetors.

Note: Majors must complete with a grade of "C-" or better; Writing Intensive

Prerequisite: COMS Studies Majors only. COMS 2, COMS 4, (COMS 5 is accepted for COMS 4 for MCOM majors) or transfer equivalents and (GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 80+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W).

Corequisite: COMS 100A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
12 book for n/a  100B Section 12 37581 1 Discussion 25/3 WEBONLINE - Cochran,Miles OL,WI

COMS 2 - Argumentation (3 Units)

Practice in argumentation, critical evaluation, evidence, and reasoning. Basic principles are applied in a variety of formal and informal advocacy situations. Concepts of argument structure and context are discussed and applied.

Note: Majors must complete with a grade of "C-" or better.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    2 Section 01 30206 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Marquis,Trinette L A3,FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a    2 Section 02 30207 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Anderson,Jared A3,FL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a    2 Section 03 30208 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Althouse,Michael K A3,FL,WHOLE
12 book for n/a    2 Section 12 30296 1 Discussion 30/6 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Cochran,Miles A3,FL,WHOLE
14 book for n/a    2 Section 14 30349 1 Discussion 30/9 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Gorgevich,Kristina R A3,FL,WHOLE

COMS 5 - Communication Experience (3 Units)

Basic skills and introductory concepts necessary for effective communication in a variety of settings. Special emphasis on practical experiences within groups, facilitation of interpersonal relationships, and methods of conflict resolution.

Note: Not recommended for COMS majors in General, Organizational or Public Relations concentrations.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    5 Section 01 30223 1 Discussion 30/2 T WEBONLINE 0730AM-0845AM Zeiden,Cynthia Ellen
Tudor,Kristen
A1,FL,WHOLE
01 book for n/a    5 Section 01 30223 1 Discussion 30/2 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a    5 Section 04 30226 1 Discussion 30/0 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Tudor,Kristen
Zeiden,Cynthia Ellen
A1,FL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a    5 Section 04 30226 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
05 book for n/a    5 Section 05 30229 1 Discussion 30/0 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Tudor,Kristen
DeVere,Daniel J
A1,FL,WHOLE
05 book for n/a    5 Section 05 30229 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
06 book for n/a    5 Section 06 30230 1 Discussion 30/3 R WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM DeVere,Daniel J
Tudor,Kristen
A1,FL,WHOLE
06 book for n/a    5 Section 06 30230 1 Discussion 30/3 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
07 book for n/a    5 Section 07 30247 1 Discussion 30/4 T WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Patterson,Christopher J
Tudor,Kristen
A1,FL,WHOLE
07 book for n/a    5 Section 07 30247 1 Discussion 30/4 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 30227 1 Discussion 30/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Tudor,Kristen
Patterson,Christopher J
A1,FL,WHOLE
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 30227 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 30225 1 Discussion 30/2 T WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Tudor,Kristen
Patterson,Christopher J
A1,FL,WHOLE
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 30225 1 Discussion 30/2 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
11 book for n/a    5 Section 11 30248 1 Discussion 30/0 T WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM DeVere,Daniel J
Tudor,Kristen
A1,FL,WHOLE
11 book for n/a    5 Section 11 30248 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
12 book for n/a    5 Section 12 30232 1 Discussion 30/1 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM DeVere,Daniel J
Tudor,Kristen
A1,FL,WHOLE
12 book for n/a    5 Section 12 30232 1 Discussion 30/1 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
16 book for n/a    5 Section 16 30235 1 Discussion 30/5 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Tudor,Kristen
Borg-Thepot,Sonia L
A1,FL,WHOLE
16 book for n/a    5 Section 16 30235 1 Discussion 30/5 WEBONLINE - Tudor,Kristen A1,FL,WHOLE
17 book for n/a    5 Section 17 30236 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Sharar,Storm C A1,FL,WHOLE
18 book for n/a    5 Section 18 30237 1 Discussion 30/3 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Sharar,Storm C A1,FL,WHOLE
19 book for n/a    5 Section 19 30238 1 Discussion 30/3 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM DeVere,Daniel J A1,FL,WHOLE
20 book for n/a    5 Section 20 30239 1 Discussion 30/10 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Caselli,Nancy A A1,FL,WHOLE
21 book for n/a    5 Section 21 30258 1 Discussion 30/1 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Davis,Bethany A1,FL,WHOLE
22 book for n/a    5 Section 22 30259 1 Discussion 30/1 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Davis,Bethany A1,FL,WHOLE
23 book for n/a    5 Section 23 30260 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Ray,Robert Alan A1,FL,WHOLE
24 book for n/a    5 Section 24 30299 1 Discussion 30/3 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Stead,Joni A1,FL,WHOLE
25 book for n/a    5 Section 25 30338 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Vasquez,Karen J A1,FL,WHOLE

COMS 4 - Intro Public Speaking (3 Units)

Theory and technique of public speaking. Emphasis on organizing, supporting, and clearly stating ideas. Practice in informative and persuasive speaking.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    4 Section 01 30257 1 Discussion 20/0 M WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Williams,Mark A
Marquis,Trinette L
A1,FL,WHOLE
01 book for n/a    4 Section 01 30257 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a    4 Section 02 30214 1 Discussion 20/1 W WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Williams,Mark A
Marquis,Trinette L
A1,FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a    4 Section 02 30214 1 Discussion 20/1 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a    4 Section 03 30215 1 Discussion 20/5 F WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Kirchner,Scott D
Williams,Mark A
A1,FL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a    4 Section 03 30215 1 Discussion 20/5 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
07 book for n/a    4 Section 07 30218 1 Discussion 20/0 M WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Zeiden,Cynthia Ellen
Williams,Mark A
A1,FL,WHOLE
07 book for n/a    4 Section 07 30218 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
08 book for n/a    4 Section 08 30251 1 Discussion 20/0 W WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
08 book for n/a    4 Section 08 30251 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
09 book for n/a    4 Section 09 30250 1 Discussion 20/3 F WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Kirchner,Scott D
Williams,Mark A
A1,FL,WHOLE
09 book for n/a    4 Section 09 30250 1 Discussion 20/3 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
13 book for n/a    4 Section 13 30222 1 Discussion 20/0 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
13 book for n/a    4 Section 13 30222 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
14 book for n/a    4 Section 14 30256 1 Discussion 20/1 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
14 book for n/a    4 Section 14 30256 1 Discussion 20/1 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
15 book for n/a    4 Section 15 30261 1 Discussion 20/0 F WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Williams,Mark A
Reich,Robert A
A1,FL,WHOLE
15 book for n/a    4 Section 15 30261 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
19 book for n/a    4 Section 19 30265 1 Discussion 20/0 M WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
19 book for n/a    4 Section 19 30265 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
20 book for n/a    4 Section 20 30266 1 Discussion 20/2 W WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
20 book for n/a    4 Section 20 30266 1 Discussion 20/2 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
21 book for n/a    4 Section 21 30267 1 Discussion 20/0 F WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Clark,Evan A
Williams,Mark A
A1,FL,WHOLE
21 book for n/a    4 Section 21 30267 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
22 book for n/a    4 Section 22 30268 1 Discussion 30/1 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Winters,Frances A A1,FL,WHOLE
23 book for n/a    4 Section 23 30269 1 Discussion 30/8 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Patterson,Christopher J A1,FL,WHOLE
24 book for n/a    4 Section 24 30270 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM LaGrande,Katrina M A1,FL,WHOLE
25 book for n/a    4 Section 25 30271 1 Discussion 30/6 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Botello,Alondra A1,FL,WHOLE
26 book for n/a    4 Section 26 30280 1 Discussion 30/4 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Hurner,Sheryl M A1,FL,WHOLE
27 book for n/a    4 Section 27 30288 1 Discussion 30/9 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Hurner,Sheryl M A1,FL,WHOLE
28 book for n/a    4 Section 28 30289 1 Discussion 30/5 TR WEBONLINE 0730AM-0845AM Hendricks Jr,Kevin M A1,FL,WHOLE
29 book for n/a    4 Section 29 30290 1 Discussion 30/3 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM LaGrande,Katrina M A1,FL,WHOLE
30 book for n/a    4 Section 30 30291 1 Discussion 30/3 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Gilgun,John A1,FL,WHOLE
31 book for n/a    4 Section 31 30292 1 Discussion 30/1 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Gilgun,John A1,FL,WHOLE
32 book for n/a    4 Section 32 30305 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Winters,Frances A A1,FL,WHOLE
33 book for n/a    4 Section 33 30306 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Ault,Scott T A1,FL,WHOLE
34 book for n/a    4 Section 34 30307 1 Discussion 30/4 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Hurner,Sheryl M A1,FL,WHOLE
35 book for n/a    4 Section 35 30308 1 Discussion 30/2 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Vasquez,Karen J A1,FL,WHOLE
36 book for n/a    4 Section 36 30321 1 Discussion 20/1 M WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Althouse,Michael K
Williams,Mark A
A1,FL,WHOLE
36 book for n/a    4 Section 36 30321 1 Discussion 20/1 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
41 book for n/a    4 Section 41 30326 1 Discussion 20/2 W WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
41 book for n/a    4 Section 41 30326 1 Discussion 20/2 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,FL,WHOLE
43 book for n/a    4 Section 43 31461 1 Discussion 30/3 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Ault,Scott T A1,FL,WHOLE

COMS 4H - Honors Public Speaking (3 Units)

Provides both theoretical and practical training in the art of public discourse. Students learn both to recognize and to demonstrate the strategic processes of organizing and delivering speeches, especially within the context of global citizenship issues. Students are also introduced to the basic idea of forming reasonable challenges to speech in the public square.

Prerequisite: Open only to Honors students.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    4H Section 01 30180 1 Discussion 30/7 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Austin,LeRoy Adam A1,FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a    4H Section 02 30181 1 Discussion 30/9 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Austin,LeRoy Adam A1,FL,WHOLE

CRJ 198 - Co-Curricular Activities (3 Units)

Co-Curricular activities related to the subject matters and intellectual concerns of the Division of Criminal Justice, including service learning, related community service assignments, and service on University and community policy making bodies.

Prerequisite: Permission of the sponsoring professor and the Division Chair.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  198 Section 01 36939 1 Independent Study 60/36 - Moffatt,Shelby HY
01 book for n/a  198 Section 01 36939 1 Independent Study 60/36 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
2 book for n/a  198 Section 2 37647 1 Independent Study 10/3 - Moffatt,Shelby HY
2 book for n/a  198 Section 2 37647 1 Independent Study 10/3 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

CRJ 2 - Law of Crimes (3 Units)

Introduction to the case method of studying criminal law. Understanding and correlating the common law crimes and substantive law crimes. Study and emphasis on the classification and nature of crimes, the requisite elements of the major common law felonies and criminal responsibility of various persons involved in crime.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    2 Section 01 33028 1 Lecture 50/2 MWF WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Morse Fitch,Christine V FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a    2 Section 02 33032 1 Lecture 50/7 MW WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Morse Fitch,Christine V FL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a    2 Section 03 33066 1 Lecture 50/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Loving,Russell FL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a    2 Section 04 33252 1 Lecture 50/6 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Mumma,Julie E FL,WHOLE

CSAD 199 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading. Open only to students competent to carry on individual work.

Note: Departmental petition required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  199 Section 03 33679 1 Independent Study 15/3 WEBONLINE - Hagge,Darla K
Garner,Renee C
OL

CSC 15 - Program Concept+Method I (3 Units)

Programming concepts using an object-oriented programming language. Introduction to methodologies for program design, development, testing, and documentation. Topics include program design, algorithm design, number systems, classes and objects, methods (functions), control structures, arrays, and interactive input/output. Lecture two hours, technical activity and laboratory two hours.

Prerequisite: CSC 10, or programming experience in a high-level programming language.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
07 book for n/a   15 Section 07 36778 1 Discussion 36/14 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Faroughi,Gita FL,WHOLE
08 book for n/a   15 Section 08 36779 1 Laboratory 18/8 M WEBONLINE 1100AM-1240PM Madhavaram,Harini FL,WHOLE
09 book for n/a   15 Section 09 36780 1 Laboratory 18/6 W WEBONLINE 1100AM-1240PM Madhavaram,Harini FL,WHOLE
10 book for n/a   15 Section 10 36781 1 Discussion 45/0 F WEBONLINE 0900AM-1050AM Phillips,Matthew FL,WHOLE
11 book for n/a   15 Section 11 36782 1 Laboratory 23/0 F WEBONLINE 1100AM-1240PM Prabhugaonkar,Gargi Gopalkrishna FL,WHOLE
12 book for n/a   15 Section 12 36783 1 Laboratory 22/2 F WEBONLINE 0200PM-0340PM Prabhugaonkar,Gargi Gopalkrishna FL,WHOLE

CSC 20 - Program Concept+Method II (3 Units)

Application of object-oriented techniques for systematic problem analysis and specification, design, coding, testing, and documentation. Semester-long project approach emphasizing larger programs. Managing program complexity using abstraction. Introduction to algorithm analysis and Big-O notation. Advanced language features. Basic sorting and searching algorithms. Recursion. Lecture two hours, technical activity and laboratory two hours.

Prerequisite: CSC 15.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
10 book for n/a   20 Section 10 36766 1 Discussion 36/0 F WEBONLINE 1100AM-1250PM Faroughi,Gita FL,WHOLE
11 book for n/a   20 Section 11 36767 1 Laboratory 18/0 F WEBONLINE 0100PM-0240PM Fang,Shiwei FL,WHOLE
12 book for n/a   20 Section 12 36768 1 Laboratory 13/0 F WEBONLINE 0300PM-0440PM Fang,Shiwei FL,WHOLE
13 book for n/a   20 Section 13 36769 1 Discussion 36/0 F WEBONLINE 0800AM-0950AM Faroughi,Gita FL,WHOLE
14 book for n/a   20 Section 14 36770 1 Laboratory 18/1 F WEBONLINE 1000AM-1140AM Richter,James FL,WHOLE
15 book for n/a   20 Section 15 36771 1 Laboratory 18/0 F WEBONLINE 1200PM-0140PM Richter,James FL,WHOLE

DEAF 166 - Experiences Deaf Community (3 Units)

This course links active participation in the Deaf community to the content of previous Deaf Studies courses. In particular this course examines how to be a good ally within the Deaf community in the midst of a context of power, privilege and difference. Following a Service Learning model, students will collaborate on various service projects contributing to the Deaf community.

Field trip.

Prerequisite: DEAF 155, DEAF 161, DEAF 162.

Note: Course taught in ASL with No Voice.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  166 Section 01 36869 1 Lecture 25/15 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Grushkin,Donald A OL

DEAF 164 - Sign Language Structure+Usage (3 Units)

Examines origins and linguistic structure of American Sign Language (ASL). Cross-linguistic comparisons with spoken and signed languages of other countries will be made. Students will learn aspects of ASL phonology, morphology and syntax. Sociolinguistic aspects of ASL usage in regard to gender, ethnicity, geographical region and educational status will be discussed. Conducted entirely in American Sign Language.

Prerequisite: DEAF 154 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  164 Section 01 31979 1 Discussion 25/8 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Zarchy,Leah Geer OL

DEAF 165 - Curr Issues in the Deaf -Wor (3 Units)

This course will explore a specific theme of interest to faculty and students within the program, with course content changed each semester. Selected topics will touch upon issues of special concern and interest to the Deaf community such as genetics, multicultural issues, media representations of deafness, theatre and performance art, visual arts, and other subjects which may arise in the future. Course will consist of readings, discussion, independent research, and viewing of various media as appropriate.

Prerequisite: DEAF 154 or instructor approval.

Note: 1) May be repeated when different topic is offered with a different instructor of record 2) Course taught in ASL with No Voice.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  165 Section 01 32284 1 Seminar 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0400PM-0550PM Dutra,Nathan OL

DEAF 162 - Deaf Culture+Community (3 Units)

Course introduces students to deaf people as a cultural and linguistic minority in America through coverage of sociolinguistic, anthropological, and historic issues in the development of deaf culture and community in America and worldwide. Utilizing readings, lectures and group discussion, topics will include: theories of culture; language use; cross-cultural interaction and intercultural processes, and deaf literature and art. Upon course completion, students will understand current and past educational, legal and medical policies and their impact on deaf and hard-of-hearing people.

Prerequisite: DEAF 60, DEAF 154

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  162 Section 01 32286 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Grushkin,Donald A OL

DEAF 163 - ASL Literature (3 Units)

Students will learn several different forms of ASL literature. Aspects of both form and content will be analyzed as well as their role in the preservation and circulation of Deaf cultural forms.Students will also learn to perform narratives and/or poems in ASL. They will understand the effects of genre, style, perspective, and other artistic techniques on ASL signed art performances, and utilize similar techniques in their developed performances. Students may perform their stories for a general audience.

Prerequisite: DEAF 154

Note: Course taught in ASL with No Voice.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  163 Section 01 32285 1 Lecture 25/4 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Bennett,Mela T OL

DEAF 161 - Deaf History (3 Units)

An overview of the education of the deaf from prehistoric times to the present will be provided. Roots of current trends and events in deaf education will be explored, with projections for the future. Current issues such as mainstreaming, cochlear implants, communication modalities for instruction and others are discussed in both a historical context and from a deaf perspective.

Prerequisite: DEAF 60, DEAF 154

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
1 book for n/a  161 Section 1 32194 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Grushkin,Donald A OL

DEAF 155 - American Sign Language 5 (4 Units)

Students will build upon communicative skills developed in EDS 154 to develop and expand on their abilities to discuss parts of the body and health conditions, tell a personal narrative about themselves and moments in theirs and others' lives, as well as to retell and translate simple stories into ASL.

Prerequisite: DEAF 154 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  155 Section 01 31884 1 Discussion 25/10 MW WEBONLINE 1000AM-1150AM Birchall,Jill OL,PARTIAL

DEAF 154 - Amer Sign Language 4 (4 Units)

Principles, methods and techniques of manual communication with deaf people using American Sign Language. Emphasis on the continuation of developing advanced manual communication skills with a focus on techniques for informing others of factual information and instruction about rules and methods for students who will work or interact with adult deaf persons. Continuation of the analysis of the culture of deafness with emphasis on participation in the community.

Note: Taught in ASL without voice.

Prerequisite: DEAF 53

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  154 Section 01 31858 1 Discussion 25/6 TR WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Dutra,Nathan OL,PARTIAL
** Meets 03/29/2021 to 05/21/2021 **
02 book for n/a  154 Section 02 31924 1 Discussion 25/18 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0350PM Dutra,Nathan OL

DEAF 56 - ASL Fingerspelling and Numbers (1 Units)

Students will develop increased fluency in their expressive and receptive abilities in fingerspelling through in-class practice and viewing of videotaped narratives. Students will also reinforce their abilities to utilize ASL numbering systems for time, money, measurements, and game scores, amount others.

Prerequisite: DEAF 52

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   56 Section 01 31914 1 Discussion 25/3 W WEBONLINE 0300PM-0350PM Grushkin,Donald A OL

DEAF 52 - Amer Sign Language 2 (4 Units)

Students will continue to expand vocabulary and concepts acquired in DEAF 51. Expansion of conversational range includes talking about other people and activities, giving directions, and making requests. Students develop discourse skills appropriate for establishing connections with deaf acquaintances and handling a variety of interruptions. Through in-class discussions/demonstrations, course readings, and out-of-class field experience, students are exposed to elements of the deaf culture and community.

Prerequisite: DEAF 51 or equivalent.

Note: Taught in ASL without voice.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   52 Section 01 37019 1 Lecture 25/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0620PM Molaison,Shane A FLR,HUM (C2),OL
02 book for n/a   52 Section 02 37020 1 Lecture 25/7 MW WEBONLINE 1000AM-1150AM Grushkin,Donald A FLR,HUM (C2),OL
03 book for n/a   52 Section 03 37021 1 Lecture 25/3 WEBONLINE - Gerlis,Rachel A FLR,HUM (C2),OL
04 book for n/a   52 Section 04 37022 1 Lecture 25/7 WEBONLINE - Gerlis,Rachel A FLR,HUM (C2),OL
05 book for n/a   52 Section 05 37023 1 Lecture 25/4 WEBONLINE - Gerlis,Rachel A FLR,HUM (C2),OL
06 book for n/a   52 Section 06 37024 1 Lecture 25/1 WEBONLINE - Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),OL
07 book for n/a   52 Section 07 37025 1 Lecture 25/1 WEBONLINE - Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),OL,PARTIAL
08 book for n/a   52 Section 08 37026 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),OL
09 book for n/a   52 Section 09 37027 1 Lecture 25/4 WEBONLINE - Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),OL
10 book for n/a   52 Section 10 37028 1 Lecture 25/0 T WEBONLINE 1100AM-1250PM Smith,Lauren E FLR,HUM (C2),OL,PARTIAL
11 book for n/a   52 Section 11 37029 1 Lecture 25/0 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-1050AM Smith,Lauren E FLR,HUM (C2),OL
12 book for n/a   52 Section 12 37030 1 Lecture 25/2 WEBONLINE - Weeks,Patrick FLR,HUM (C2),OL
13 book for n/a   52 Section 13 37031 1 Lecture 25/1 WEBONLINE - Weeks,Patrick FLR,HUM (C2),OL
14 book for n/a   52 Section 14 37032 1 Lecture 25/1 MW WEBONLINE 0630PM-0820PM Molaison,Shane A FLR,HUM (C2),OL
15 book for n/a   52 Section 15 37085 1 Lecture 25/2 WEBONLINE - Weeks,Patrick FLR,HUM (C2),OL

DEAF 53 - American Sign Language 3 (4 Units)

Students will expand communicative repertoire developed in DEAF 52 to talk about people and places in a contextually-reduced framework. Students learn to describe places, objects, and events. Students develop basic narrative skills to tell about past events. Through in-class discussions/demonstrations, course readings, and out-of-class field experience, students are exposed to elements of the deaf community and culture.

Note: Taught in ASL without voice.

Prerequisite: EDS 52 or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   53 Section 01 31854 1 Discussion 25/13 TR WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Dutra,Nathan FLR,OL
** Meets 01/25/2021 to 03/19/2021 **
02 book for n/a   53 Section 02 31923 1 Discussion 25/12 WEBONLINE - Zarchy,Leah Geer FLR,OL

DEAF 51 - American Sign Language 1 (4 Units)

Students will learn basic vocabulary and grammar of American Sign Language. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to exchange basic information about themselves and their families such as their names, where they live, and their interests. Through out-of-class readings, in-class discussions and demonstrations, and experiences within the deaf community, students are exposed to elements of the deaf culture and community.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   51 Section 01 37003 1 Discussion 25/1 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0150PM Thrapp,Sandra L OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   51 Section 02 37004 1 Discussion 25/4 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-1050AM Thrapp,Sandra L OL,PARTIAL
03 book for n/a   51 Section 03 37005 1 Discussion 25/6 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Thrapp,Sandra L OL,PARTIAL
04 book for n/a   51 Section 04 37006 1 Discussion 25/4 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1050AM Thrapp,Sandra L OL,PARTIAL
05 book for n/a   51 Section 05 37007 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - DeHaan,Kenneth OL,PARTIAL
06 book for n/a   51 Section 06 37008 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - DeHaan,Kenneth OL,PARTIAL
07 book for n/a   51 Section 07 37009 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Egbert,Lisalee D OL,PARTIAL
08 book for n/a   51 Section 08 37010 1 Discussion 25/1 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0620PM Molaison,Shane A OL
09 book for n/a   51 Section 09 37011 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Garcia,Salvador OL
10 book for n/a   51 Section 10 37012 1 Discussion 25/4 WEBONLINE - Garcia,Salvador OL
11 book for n/a   51 Section 11 37013 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Egbert,Lisalee D OL
12 book for n/a   51 Section 12 37014 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Egbert,Lisalee D OL
13 book for n/a   51 Section 13 37015 1 Discussion 25/2 WEBONLINE - Bennett,Mela T OL
14 book for n/a   51 Section 14 37016 1 Discussion 25/5 WEBONLINE - Bennett,Mela T OL
15 book for n/a   51 Section 15 37017 1 Discussion 25/6 WEBONLINE - Bennett,Mela T OL

DEAF 60 - Introduction to Deaf Studies (3 Units)

Course introduces students to topics central to the deaf and deaf community, including audiology, education, culture, and history. Utilizing readings, lectures and group discussion, students will learn about the anatomy and causes of deafness, early intervention and education of deaf children, communication strategies and their effectiveness, the deaf as a cultural group and deaf/hearing relationships. Upon course completion, students will understand deaf individuals and their community in a holistic perspective and apply this knowledge toward further studies into the deaf culture and community.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   60 Section 01 31856 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Hibbard,Evan E GE AREA D,OL
02 book for n/a   60 Section 02 31857 1 Discussion 25/6 WEBONLINE - Hibbard,Evan E GE AREA D,OL
03 book for n/a   60 Section 03 31947 1 Discussion 25/4 WEBONLINE - Hibbard,Evan E GE AREA D,OL

DEAF 199 - Independent Study Deaf Studies (1-3 Units)

Individual projects designed especially for students capable of independent study.

Note: Departmental petition required.

Prerequisite: DEAF 154

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  199 Section 01 31859 1 Independent Study 99/93 - Zarchy,Leah Geer
Dutra,Nathan
OL
02 book for n/a  199 Section 02 31860 1 Independent Study 99/94 - Zarchy,Leah Geer OL
03 book for n/a  199 Section 03 31961 1 Independent Study 99/95 - Weeks,Patrick OL

DNCE 113B - Ballet Level IIIB (2 Units)

Continued training at the advanced level in the theory and practice of Ballet including proper alignment, collaboration of foot and arm positions, and appreciation of classical musical accompaniment. Instructor with dance faculty representatives will audition students during first week of class for proper placement.

Note: May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit. Satisfies degree requirements, all students welcome. Audition during first week of classes, all students welcome.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  113B Section 01 30988 1 Lecture 15/6 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0155PM Fulk,Samuel A OL
02 book for n/a  113B Section 02 30989 1 Activity 15/6 TR WEBONLINE 0155PM-0245PM Fulk,Samuel A OL

DNCE 5B - Mexican Folklorico Level IB (2 Units)

Continued introduction to dances typically and traditionally performed by Mexican and Latin Americans with deepened exploration of the interrelationship of dance culture to historical events, holidays, and people throughout the Americas and with continued study of folk dances representative of specific regions of Mexico and Latin America.

Note: May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit. Satisfies degree requirement, all students welcome.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    5B Section 01 30978 1 Lecture 30/19 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0455PM Ramirez,Osvaldo OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a    5B Section 02 30979 1 Activity 30/19 TR WEBONLINE 0455PM-0545PM Ramirez,Osvaldo OL,PARTIAL

DNCE 11B - Jazz Dance Level IIB (2 Units)

Continued theory and practice of current jazz techniques including the continued study of movement vocabulary with an emphasis on the different jazz styles. Instructor with dance faculty representatives will audition students during first week of class for proper placement.

Note: May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit. Satisfies degree requirements, all students welcome. Audition during the first week of classes, all students welcome.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   11B Section 01 30982 1 Lecture 20/14 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0925AM Ho,Nhan OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   11B Section 02 30983 1 Activity 20/14 MW WEBONLINE 0925AM-1015AM Ho,Nhan OL,PARTIAL

DNCE 160 - Creatv Dance For Children (3 Units)

Exploration of creative dance as it applies to young children; including exploration of non-locomotor and locomotor movement patterns through problem solving and guided discovery techniques.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  160 Section 02 30966 1 Activity 30/19 TR WEBONLINE 0925AM-1015AM Brunsvold Mercedes,Megan L OL

DNCE 118 - Dance Improvisation (2 Units)

Exploration of the creation of movement through improvisation. Students will simultaneously explore and create, while spontaneously performing inner-directed movement without intellectual censorship.

Note: May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit. Satisfies degree requirements, all students welcome.

Prerequisite: DNCE 1A or DNCE 1B or DNCE 1C or DNCE 2A or DNCE 2B or DNCE 2C or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  118 Section 01 30957 1 Discussion 15/2 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1055AM Bayne,Lorelei E OL
02 book for n/a  118 Section 02 30958 1 Activity 15/2 TR WEBONLINE 1055AM-1145AM Bayne,Lorelei E OL

DNCE 3B - Ballet Level IB (2 Units)

This course provides,continued introduction to the history and development of traditional ballet techniques. Students will study ballet principles and aesthetics and continue to learn basic ballet movement, vocabulary, and skills.

Note: Does not satisfy degree requirements for major, all students welcome.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    3B Section 01 30976 1 Lecture 25/17 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0925AM McLean,Heidi B OL
02 book for n/a    3B Section 02 30977 1 Activity 25/17 MW WEBONLINE 0925AM-1015AM McLean,Heidi B OL

DNCE 190 - Capstone Dance Project (2 Units)

Participation and creative research in the rehearsal, production, and performance of a public dance production. Students will synthesize all major course materials to individually create a new choreographic work and collaboratively produce the Senior Dance Concert as their capstone project. Fulfills requirements for Dance Major.

Note: Dance Majors Only or Instructor Permission.

Prerequisite: DNCE 150

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 30990 1 Seminar 12/6 MW SLN1010 1200PM-1225PM Brunsvold Mercedes,Megan L HY
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 30990 1 Seminar 12/6 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
02 book for n/a  190 Section 02 30991 1 Practicum 12/6 MW SLN1010 1225PM-0115PM Brunsvold Mercedes,Megan L HY
02 book for n/a  190 Section 02 30991 1 Practicum 12/6 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

DNCE 6B - Hip Hop Level IB (2 Units)

Continues the introduction of the fundamentals of Hip Hop and Urban dance skills, with a deepened study of basic steps, history, and vocabulary.

Note: May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit, does not satisfy degree requirement, all students are welcome.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    6B Section 01 30980 1 Lecture 30/17 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0325PM Ho,Nhan OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a    6B Section 02 30981 1 Activity 30/17 MW WEBONLINE 0325PM-0415PM Ho,Nhan OL,PARTIAL

DNCE 132 - African-Caribbean Dance (3 Units)

Introduction to the rich dance cultures of the Caribbean. Students will learn the different dances of Haiti, Cuba, Jamaica and Trinidad as they relate to their function in secular and religious culture, including the study of the Dunham Dance Technique.

Note: May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  132 Section 01 30963 1 Lecture 45/14 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Manker,Nicole M ARTS (C1),OL,RE
02 book for n/a  132 Section 02 30964 1 Activity 45/14 MW WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Manker,Nicole M ARTS (C1),OL,RE

DNCE 4B - Tap Dance Level IB (2 Units)

Continued introduction to fundamental tap dance skills including a deepened study of basic steps, history and vocabulary, and continued style development

Note: May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit. Satisfies degree requirements, all students welcome.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    4B Section 01 31241 1 Lecture 25/12 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0325PM Brunsvold Mercedes,Megan L OL
02 book for n/a    4B Section 02 31242 1 Activity 25/12 TR WEBONLINE 0325PM-0415PM Brunsvold Mercedes,Megan L OL

DNCE 22 - Music for Dance (2 Units)

Experiential course exploring the musical elements utilized by the dancer, choreographer, and teacher of dance including a survey of music history and vocabulary; rhythms and theory; musical and dance phrasing; and dance performance musicality. This course fulfills requirements for the Dance Major and Dance Minor, non-dance major or minor students welcome.

Prerequisite: DNCE 1A or DNCE 1B or DNCE 1C or DNCE 2A or DNCE 2B or DNCE 2C or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   22 Section 01 36593 1 Lecture 15/2 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0925AM Frankenbach,Chantal OL
02 book for n/a   22 Section 02 36594 1 Activity 15/2 MW WEBONLINE 0925AM-1015AM Frankenbach,Chantal OL

DNCE 122 - Dance Composition II (2 Units)

An in-depth exploration of the concepts, approaches, and processes used to further develop a stylistic approach to Dance Composition.

Note: Satisfies degree requirements, all students welcome.

Prerequisite: DNCE 120 or Instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  122 Section 01 30959 1 Discussion 15/8 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-1225PM Brunsvold Mercedes,Megan L OL
02 book for n/a  122 Section 02 30960 1 Activity 15/8 TR WEBONLINE 1225PM-0115PM Brunsvold Mercedes,Megan L OL

DNCE 12B - Contemporary Dance Level IIB (2 Units)

Continued examination of theories of the contemporary dance and modern dance tradition that continues the proficiency in performing intermediate level contemporary dance techniques with a deepened intellectual and kinesthetic understanding. Instructor with dance faculty representatives will audition students during first week of class for proper placement.

Note: May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit. Satisfies degree requirements, all students welcome. Audition during first week of classes, all students welcome.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   12B Section 01 30984 1 Lecture 20/13 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-1225PM Martinez-Campos,Diego OL
02 book for n/a   12B Section 02 30985 1 Activity 20/13 MW WEBONLINE 1225PM-0115PM Martinez-Campos,Diego OL

DNCE 111B - Jazz Dance Level IIIB (2 Units)

Continued training at the advanced level in the theory and practice of Jazz Dance techniques. Instructor with dance faculty representatives will audition students during first week of class for proper placement.

Note: May be repeated for up to 4 units of credit. Satisfies degree requirements, all students welcome. Audition during first week of classes, all students welcome.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  111B Section 01 30986 1 Lecture 15/1 MW WEBONLINE 0200PM-0225PM Brown,Bernard J OL
02 book for n/a  111B Section 02 30987 1 Activity 15/1 MW WEBONLINE 0225PM-0315PM Brown,Bernard J OL

EDMS 244 - Data Analysis (3 Units)

This course builds students? understanding of appropriate methods of data analysis in Teacher Action Research in multicultural education settings. Students will learn how data analysis has been used to interpret research in diverse school settings. Students will apply theoretical knowledge by analyzing multiple types of data sets form both qualitative and quantitative sources. These experiences will lay the groundwork for students? implementation of analysis of their own data for their Action Research inquiry projects.

Prerequisite: EDMS 242 or EDSS 242 and EDMS 243 or EDSS 243

Cross listed: EDSS 244

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  244 Section 01 37213 1 Discussion 10/0 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Sessoms,Deidre B
Chaplin,Mae S
OL
01 book for n/a  244 Section 01 37213 1 Discussion 10/0 WEBONLINE - Chaplin,Mae S OL
02 book for n/a  244 Section 02 37214 1 Discussion 10/0 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Sessoms,Deidre B
Ives,Sarah E
OL
02 book for n/a  244 Section 02 37214 1 Discussion 10/0 WEBONLINE - Ives,Sarah E OL

EDSP 209 - Augm+Alt Communication (3 Units)

Participants will learn: a) how to assess communicating behavior from nonsymobolic to symbolic and unintentional to sophisticated in students with disabilities; b) to work with audiologists and ophthalmologists to assess sensory functioning related to communication; c) to develop communication system intervention plans, both low and high tech; and d) how to implement instruction across multiple environments and with multiple partners. In addition, students will learn strategies for facilitating interactions between students with and without disabilities, teaching others to utilize adapted communication systems, and collaboration with varied professionals.

Prerequisite: EDSP 119, EDSP 206, EDSP 235 or advisor approval.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  209 Section 01 32012 1 Discussion 25/9 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Gee,Kathleen E OL,Y
01 book for n/a  209 Section 01 32012 1 Discussion 25/9 WEBONLINE - Gee,Kathleen E OL,Y
02 book for n/a  209 Section 02 36709 1 Discussion 25/11 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Bellamy,Pippa OL,Y
02 book for n/a  209 Section 02 36709 1 Discussion 25/11 WEBONLINE - Bellamy,Pippa OL,Y

EDSP 293 - Strat Inclusive Class: EDSP (3 Units)

This course provides multiple subject and special education candidates with dispositions, knowledge, and skills needed to serve students with disabilities in general education classrooms. Strategies specific to students in their least restrictive environment will be covered emphasizing Universal Design for Learning, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, social-emotional learning, co-teaching, differentiated instruction, roles and responsibilities of special/general education teachers, peer mediated learning strategies, modifications of standards and learning outcomes for students with disabilities, and assistive technology (low and high tech adaptations).

Prerequisite: Admission into a teacher preparation program.

Cross listed: EDSS 282/EDSP 293/EDMS 213

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  293 Section 01 32215 1 Discussion 5/0 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Cho,EunMi OL,Y
01 book for n/a  293 Section 01 32215 1 Discussion 5/0 WEBONLINE - Cho,EunMi OL,Y
02 book for n/a  293 Section 02 32216 1 Discussion 13/2 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Collado,Cindy L OL,Y
02 book for n/a  293 Section 02 32216 1 Discussion 13/2 WEBONLINE - Collado,Cindy L OL,Y
03 book for n/a  293 Section 03 32217 1 Discussion 5/0 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Duran,Elva OL,Y
03 book for n/a  293 Section 03 32217 1 Discussion 5/0 WEBONLINE - Duran,Elva OL,Y
04 book for n/a  293 Section 04 32218 1 Discussion 5/0 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Kwon,Jemma OL,Y
04 book for n/a  293 Section 04 32218 1 Discussion 5/0 WEBONLINE - Kwon,Jemma OL,Y
05 book for n/a  293 Section 05 32219 1 Discussion 5/0 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Gonzales,Rachael A OL,Y
05 book for n/a  293 Section 05 32219 1 Discussion 5/0 WEBONLINE - Gonzales,Rachael A OL,Y
06 book for n/a  293 Section 06 32220 1 Discussion 5/1 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Martin,Mandi K OL,Y
06 book for n/a  293 Section 06 32220 1 Discussion 5/1 WEBONLINE - Staff OL,Y
07 book for n/a  293 Section 07 32221 1 Discussion 5/0 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Claravall,Eric OL,Y
07 book for n/a  293 Section 07 32221 1 Discussion 5/0 WEBONLINE - Claravall,Eric OL,Y
08 book for n/a  293 Section 08 32222 1 Discussion 5/3 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Gonzales,Rachael A OL,Y
08 book for n/a  293 Section 08 32222 1 Discussion 5/3 WEBONLINE - Gonzales,Rachael A OL,Y
09 book for n/a  293 Section 09 32223 1 Discussion 5/0 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Gross,Megan N OL,Y
09 book for n/a  293 Section 09 32223 1 Discussion 5/0 WEBONLINE - Gross,Megan N OL,Y
10 book for n/a  293 Section 10 32224 1 Discussion 5/1 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Thornton,Yvonne OL,Y
10 book for n/a  293 Section 10 32224 1 Discussion 5/1 WEBONLINE - Thornton,Yvonne OL,Y

EDSP 218 - Instr Strat Low Incidence Dis (3 Units)

Students will learn advanced methods of assessment and instruction for students with moderate to severe and profound disabilities, and multiple disabilities. Students will learn to design assessments and work with transdisciplinary team members to write an integrated assessment report, and present the report. Students will develop IEPs/ITPs based on the transdisciplinary information, write instructional programs using research-based methods, and design methods for monitoring progress using ongoing instructional data.

Prerequisite: EDSP 205, EDSP 208, EDSP 414 or advisor approval

Corequisite: EDSP 236, EDSP 415 or EDSP 421 or advisor approval

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  218 Section 01 32013 1 Discussion 30/10 R WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Gee,Kathleen E OL,Y
01 book for n/a  218 Section 01 32013 1 Discussion 30/10 WEBONLINE - Gee,Kathleen E OL,Y

EDSP 211 - Curr/Intervention:Infancy (3 Units)

Designed to develop the skills necessary to design and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and intervention strategies for infants and toddlers with disabilities in a range of learning environments including home, center-based and community programs.

Prerequisite: Admittance to the Education Specialist Credential Program: Early Childhood Special Education

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  211 Section 01 32206 1 Discussion 30/12 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Chesnut,Matthew J OL,Y
01 book for n/a  211 Section 01 32206 1 Discussion 30/12 WEBONLINE - Chesnut,Matthew J OL,Y

EDSP 216 - Implcatn of Devpmntl Diversity (3 Units)

Using a critical disability theory perspective, examines early development of young children and youth across developmental areas. Explores: 1) atypical development due to prenatal, perinatal, and early childhood developmental risk factors; 2) childhood development theories and how they support educators' understanding of children, youth, families and developmentally and age appropriate practices; 3) service delivery models and key transitions; and 4) implications of developmental disabilities across the lifespan.

Corequisite: EDSP 413 or EDSP 478, or program advisor/coordinator approval.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  216 Section 01 32170 1 Discussion 25/4 T WEBONLINE 0700PM-0950PM Gonzalez,Mara OL,Y
01 book for n/a  216 Section 01 32170 1 Discussion 25/4 WEBONLINE - Gonzalez,Mara OL,Y
02 book for n/a  216 Section 02 36676 1 Discussion 25/14 T WEBONLINE 0700PM-0950PM Scott,Johana Francis OL,Y
02 book for n/a  216 Section 02 36676 1 Discussion 25/14 WEBONLINE - Scott,Johana Francis OL,Y

EDSP 217 - Pos Beh Support: Mod/Sv & ECSE (3 Units)

Students will learn to use functional assessment and positive behavioral supports to enhance the quality of life for children and youth who have mild to serious behavioral challenges. This also includes methods for class-wide and school-wide positive behavioral support. Students will gain an understanding of behavior as communication, supports and instruction to enable the learner to replace challenging behavior with more effective communication skills, and preventative changes to the environment and instruction.

Prerequisite: Admission to the MA in Teaching with Education Specialist Moderate/Severe or ECSE Teaching Credential Programs.

Corequisite: EDSP 413, EDSP 478, EDSP 476, EDSP 477, or advisor approval.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  217 Section 01 32265 1 Discussion 25/11 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL
01 book for n/a  217 Section 01 32265 1 Discussion 25/11 WEBONLINE - Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL
02 book for n/a  217 Section 02 36677 1 Discussion 25/12 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Morrison,Wendy OL
02 book for n/a  217 Section 02 36677 1 Discussion 25/12 WEBONLINE - Morrison,Wendy OL

EDSP 225B - Assess & Eval M/M Dis Lab (1 Units)

Field-based practice lab (30 hours). Lab will be a synthesis and application of course content (EDSP 225A) in a setting serving students with mild/moderate disabilities.

Corequisite: EDSP 225A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  225B Section 01 32026 1 Laboratory 25/6 WEBONLINE - Claravall,Eric OL,Y

EDSP 225A - Assess & Eval M/M Disabilities (2 Units)

Candidates examine relationships between assessment, curriculum, and instruction through application of a variety of formal and informal assessments and curricula. Candidates administer and interpret norm-referenced, criterion-referenced, and curriculum-based instruments that assess academic achievement, social behavior, and emotional functioning. Candidates learn basic principles and strategies related to using and communicating results of a variety of assessment and evaluation approaches. Authentic assessment strategies, specifically designed to support and inform instruction, will be emphasized.

Prerequisite: Admittance to Mild/Moderate/Severe Credential program or permission of respective special education coordinator.

Corequisite: EDSP 225B

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  225A Section 01 32025 1 Lecture 25/6 R WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Claravall,Eric OL,Y
01 book for n/a  225A Section 01 32025 1 Lecture 25/6 WEBONLINE - Claravall,Eric OL,Y

EDSP 221 - Lang & Lit Inclusive II (3 Units)

Course provides candidates with evidence based principles, systematic and explicit techniques, procedures in reading fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary development. Candidates will learn literal and higher level comprehension strategies that assist students in understanding narrative and expository text. Candidates will receive instruction on the principles, techniques, and procedures for teaching spelling, handwriting, and critical study skills. Accommodations and modifications for students with mild, moderate and severe disabilities will be emphasized.

Prerequisite: EDSP 220

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  221 Section 01 32011 1 Lecture 25/3 M WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Duran,Elva OL,Y
01 book for n/a  221 Section 01 32011 1 Lecture 25/3 WEBONLINE - Duran,Elva OL,Y

EDSP 233 - Fin Stu Tch Sem: Mild/Mod (1 Units)

Designed to allow the special education candidate teacher/intern to focus upon two overall issues pertaining to their specific needs: problems and resolutions particular and general to their teaching assignment and culminating portfolio development.

Prerequisite: EDSP 232

Corequisite: EDSP 472 or EDSP 473

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  233 Section 01 32015 1 Discussion 25/3 W WEBONLINE 0700PM-0950PM Gonzales,Rachael A OL,Y
01 book for n/a  233 Section 01 32015 1 Discussion 25/3 WEBONLINE - Gonzales,Rachael A OL,Y

EDSP 234 - Early Childhood Spec Educ (1 Units)

Designed to allow the ECSE teacher candidate to focus on two overall issues: Problems and resolutions particular and general to their teaching assignment, and the development and/or refining of a preliminary Level I Performance Portfolio.

Note: May be repeated for up to 2 units of credit.

Prerequisite: Admittance to the Education Specialist Credential Program: Early Childhood Special Education

Corequisite: EDSP 474 or EDSP 475 or EDSP 476 or EDSP 477

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  234 Section 01 32169 1 Seminar 25/14 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Collado,Cindy L OL,Y
01 book for n/a  234 Section 01 32169 1 Seminar 25/14 WEBONLINE - Collado,Cindy L OL,Y

EDSP 236 - Stdnt Teach Sem: Mod/Sv (1 Units)

This seminar accompanies the final Student Teaching II experience. Students will meet for two hours, eight times, during the semester to discuss their experiences and problem solve any questions or challenges related to their Student Teaching II requirements. Since this is the advanced experience, it is expected that the seminar will be primarily focused on professional issues related to the collaborative implementation of effective programs for students with moderate/severe disabilities. At each meeting there will be topics for discussion generated by the professor, but also time for collaborative problem solving around specific students and program issues in the student teaching settings.

Prerequisite: EDSP 208 and EDSP 414

Corequisite: EDSP 218, EDSP 415 or EDSP 421 or advisor approval

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  236 Section 01 32014 1 Discussion 25/16 R WEBONLINE 0700PM-0850PM Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL,Y
01 book for n/a  236 Section 01 32014 1 Discussion 25/16 WEBONLINE - Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL,Y

EDSP 237 - Trans Strat M/M Disabilities (3 Units)

Candidates will examine legal mandates specific to transition planning and implementation, and evaluate transitional life experiences for students with mild/moderate disabilities across the lifespan. Candidates will explore and implement social skills, and career and vocational program planning for secondary students with Mild/Moderate disabilities. Planning will include the student, community services, and other community resources such as parents and various professionals that will lead to increased student learning with career goals and objectives to support their transition to post-school settings.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  237 Section 01 32024 1 Discussion 25/5 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Duran,Elva OL,Y
01 book for n/a  237 Section 01 32024 1 Discussion 25/5 WEBONLINE - Duran,Elva OL,Y

EDSP 473 - Mild/Moderate: Intern Teaching (8 Units)

A credit/no credit directed internship in a district, county office of education or program serving students with mild/moderate disabilities. Candidates must meet the criteria for an internship to be accepted to this course. A University supervisor will support the candidate in completing all required competencies. An evaluation will be completed at mid point and end of the semester.

Prerequisite: All criteria related to recommendation for the intern credential and instructor approval.

Corequisite: EDSP 233

Note: Signatures of credential candidates' special education advisor, faculty, chair are required on application.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  473 Section 01 32306 1 Supervision 1/0 TBAARR - Duran,Elva OL,Y

EDSP 421 - Intern Teaching: Mod/Severe (5 Units)

Intern teaching full day, M-F, for the semester in a host LEA/District providing services for students receiving moderate/severe special education services. Interns must meet CTC-mandated criteria and district must have an active Memorandum of Understanding with the university. Intern serves as a teacher of record and is employed by the district. Is supported by a university supervisor and an on-site mentor to make progress towards the program competencies and standards. An evaluation will be completed at the midpoint and end of the semester.

Prerequisite: EDSP 414 and instructor approval

Corequisite: EDSP 236

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  421 Section 01 32039 1 Field Studies 1/0 TBAARR - Martin,Mandi K OL,Y

EDSS 244 - Data Analysis (3 Units)

This course builds students understanding of appropriate methods of data analysis in Teacher Action Research in multicultural education settings. Students will learn how data analysis has been used to interpret research in diverse school settings. Students will apply theoretical knowledge by analyzing multiple types of data sets form both qualitative and quantitative sources. These experiences will lay the groundwork for students implementation of analysis of their own data for their Action Research inquiry projects.

Prerequisite: EDMS 242 or EDSS 242 and EDMS 243 or EDSS 243

Cross listed: EDMS 244

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  244 Section 01 37215 1 Discussion 15/0 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Chaplin,Mae S
Sessoms,Deidre B
OL,Y
01 book for n/a  244 Section 01 37215 1 Discussion 15/0 WEBONLINE - Chaplin,Mae S OL,Y
02 book for n/a  244 Section 02 37216 1 Discussion 15/5 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Ives,Sarah E
Sessoms,Deidre B
OL,Y
02 book for n/a  244 Section 02 37216 1 Discussion 15/5 WEBONLINE - Ives,Sarah E OL,Y

EDUC 18 - Math Practices Across Cultures (3 Units)

Introduction to diverse mathematical thought, action and practices across cultures. Mathematics will be seen from a diversity of contexts. Learners will consider how diverse contexts and traditions both reflect a culture's heritage and world view and influence the mathematics learned and used. Topics covered include: ethnomathematics, mathematical modeling, and cultural connections in relation to diverse forms of quantitative reasoning, problem solving, numbering, systems of organization, perceptions of time and space as experienced by diverse traditions and peoples.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   18 Section 01 31792 1 Lecture 30/6 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Va,Ka B4,OL,PARTIAL
03 book for n/a   18 Section 03 31793 1 Lecture 30/16 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Ngouy Tath,Sedah Song B4,OL,PARTIAL
05 book for n/a   18 Section 05 32028 1 Lecture 30/8 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Ngouy Tath,Sedah Song B4,OL,PARTIAL
07 book for n/a   18 Section 07 32049 1 Lecture 30/12 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Lambating,Julita B4,OL,PARTIAL
08 book for n/a   18 Section 08 32091 1 Lecture 30/14 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Lambating,Julita B4,OL,PARTIAL
09 book for n/a   18 Section 09 32092 1 Lecture 30/8 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Ngouy Tath,Sedah Song B4,OL,PARTIAL
11 book for n/a   18 Section 11 32093 1 Lecture 30/16 MW WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Va,Ka B4,OL,PARTIAL
12 book for n/a   18 Section 12 32094 1 Lecture 30/16 F WEBONLINE 0900AM-1030AM McCurry,Leslie B4,OL,PARTIAL
13 book for n/a   18 Section 13 32095 1 Lecture 30/8 MW WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Ngouy Tath,Sedah Song B4,OL
13 book for n/a   18 Section 13 32095 1 Lecture 30/8 WEBONLINE - Staff B4,OL
14 book for n/a   18 Section 14 32096 1 Lecture 30/8 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Va,Ka B4,OL,PARTIAL
14 book for n/a   18 Section 14 32096 1 Lecture 30/8 WEBONLINE - Staff B4,OL,PARTIAL
15 book for n/a   18 Section 15 32097 1 Lecture 30/13 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Melkonyan,Gegham B4,OL,PARTIAL
15 book for n/a   18 Section 15 32097 1 Lecture 30/13 WEBONLINE - Staff B4,OL,PARTIAL
20 book for n/a   18 Section 20 32113 1 Lecture 30/16 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Ngouy Tath,Sedah Song B4,OL,PARTIAL

EDUC 100B - Educ Students w/Disab Lab (1 Units)

Field-based 30 hour experience. Lab is a synthesis and application of EDUC 100A course content in educational setting for students who receive special education services. Students will verify multiple experiences across the age-span and in inclusive educational settings, agencies, and community environments.

Corequisite: EDUC 100A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  100B Section 01 31770 1 Independent Study 60/0 TBAARR - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd
Hembree,Sheri E
OL,Y
02 book for n/a  100B Section 02 31771 1 Independent Study 30/0 TBAARR - Hembree,Sheri E
Bawardi Shomar,Lourd
OL,Y
03 book for n/a  100B Section 03 31772 1 Independent Study 60/0 TBAARR - Hembree,Sheri E
Sullivan,Lisa
OL,Y
04 book for n/a  100B Section 04 31773 1 Independent Study 30/0 TBAARR - Hembree,Sheri E
Sullivan,Lisa
OL,Y
05 book for n/a  100B Section 05 32346 1 Independent Study 30/0 WEBONLINE - Sullivan,Lisa
Hembree,Sheri E
OL,Y

EDUC 100A - Educ Students w/Disabilities (2 Units)

This course provides an overview of current knowledge about individuals with disabilities within the context of inclusive educational and community-based settings, with substantial focus on the role of the educator in the education of students who have disabilities in diverse communities. Content includes historical factors, legislation, causes and characteristics, educational needs, educational strategies, including educational technologies, assessment, collaboration, and support services for individuals with disabilities ranging across mild, moderate, severe, and profound disability levels.

Note: Designed to meet the Special Education requirement for a clear multiple and single subject credential.

Corequisite: EDUC 100B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  100A Section 01 31766 1 Lecture 60/0 WEBONLINE - Gardner,Paula OL,Y
02 book for n/a  100A Section 02 31767 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gardner,Paula OL,Y
03 book for n/a  100A Section 03 31768 1 Lecture 60/0 WEBONLINE - Daley,Steve OL,Y
04 book for n/a  100A Section 04 31769 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Daley,Steve OL,Y
05 book for n/a  100A Section 05 32345 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Sullivan,Lisa OL,Y

EDUC 99 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects designed especially for lower division students capable of independent study. Focus is on issues and topics involving exceptional populations.

Note: may be repeated for up to 12 units of credit

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
13 book for n/a   99 Section 13 32058 1 Independent Study 50/16 W WEBONLINE 0300PM-0450PM Ellis,Basia D
Hembree,Sheri E
OL

EDUC 124A - Tutoring Children In Math (2 Units)

Orientation to concept and practice of tutoring basic mathematics skills including developing conceptual understanding and the ability to scaffold instruction of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. After completing on-campus training, students are placed in nearby school districts. May be taken by all undergraduate students and is strongly recommended for students considering careers in education, criminal justice, psychology, and social work. It may also be used as an elective in the Blended Teacher Education Program.

Note: May be taken twice for credit.

Corequisite: EDUC 124B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  124A Section 01 31794 1 Lecture 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0320PM Morris-Valdez,Cherie L OL,R,S

EDUC 124B - Tutor Children Math:Pract (1 Units)

Practicum of tutoring basic mathematics skills and scaffolding instruction of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. After completing on-campus training, students are placed in nearby school districts. May be taken by all undergraduate students and is strongly recommended for students considering careers in education, criminal justice, psychology, and social work. It may also be used as an elective in the Blended Teacher Education Program.

Note: May be taken twice for credit.

Corequisite: EDUC 124A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  124B Section 01 31795 1 Independent Study 25/0 TBAARR - Morris-Valdez,Cherie L
Hembree,Sheri E
OL,R,S

EDUC 10H - Critical Thinking/Educ-Honors (3 Units)

This introductory course will examine the thinking process patterns and dispositions for self, children, parents and educators. The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with critical thinking, and to provide a systematic approach to its process and components. Students will learn about problem solving, decision-making, logical and creative thinking. The study of critical thinking will be supplemented with readings, discussions, and written assignments. The course will implement critical thinking applications used both in student's academic and personal lives.

Prerequisite: Open only to Honors students.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   10H Section 01 31791 1 Lecture 25/2 M WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Econome,Jennie G A3,OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   10H Section 02 36683 1 Lecture 25/1 W WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Econome,Jennie G A3,OL,PARTIAL
03 book for n/a   10H Section 03 31942 1 Lecture 25/4 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Becker,Valerie J A3,OL,PARTIAL
04 book for n/a   10H Section 04 32101 1 Lecture 25/2 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Becker,Valerie J A3,OL

EDUC 21 - First Year Seminar (3 Units)

Introduction to the meaning of higher education, resources of the University, and skills for lifelong learning. Designed to help students develop academic success strategies and to improve information literacy, intercultural competence, and integrative thinking. Provides students with the opportunity to interact with fellow students and seminar faculty to build a community of academic and personal support.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   21 Section 01 31887 1 Discussion 25/0 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Noel,Jana E,OL,PARTIAL
07 book for n/a   21 Section 07 31910 1 Discussion 25/1 W WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Screechfield,Rose E,OL

EDUC 10 - Crtcl Thinking+Ed Person (3 Units)

Examines thinking process patterns and dispositions, for self, children, parents and educators. Familiarizes students with critical thinking, provides a systematic approach to its process and components. Students will learn about problem solving, decision-making, logical and creative thinking. The study of critical thinking will be supplemented with readings, discussions, and written assignments. Implements critical thinking applications used both in student's academic and personal lives.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   10 Section 01 32336 1 Lecture 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Manukyan,Knarik A3,OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   10 Section 02 31781 1 Lecture 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Manukyan,Knarik A3,OL,PARTIAL
03 book for n/a   10 Section 03 31782 1 Lecture 30/3 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Screechfield,Rose A3,OL,PARTIAL
04 book for n/a   10 Section 04 31783 1 Lecture 30/4 MW WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM McCurry,Leslie A3,OL,PARTIAL
05 book for n/a   10 Section 05 37462 1 Lecture 30/0 T WEBONLINE 1200PM-0130PM Melkonyan,Gegham A3,OL
06 book for n/a   10 Section 06 31784 1 Lecture 30/6 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM McCurry,Leslie A3,OL,PARTIAL
07 book for n/a   10 Section 07 31785 1 Lecture 30/1 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Manukyan,Knarik A3,OL,PARTIAL
08 book for n/a   10 Section 08 31786 1 Lecture 30/7 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1120AM McCurry,Leslie A3,OL,PARTIAL
09 book for n/a   10 Section 09 31787 1 Lecture 30/2 T WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Screechfield,Rose A3,OL,PARTIAL
10 book for n/a   10 Section 10 31788 1 Lecture 30/6 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0350PM McCurry,Leslie A3,OL,PARTIAL
11 book for n/a   10 Section 11 31789 1 Lecture 30/4 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0600PM Hecsh,Janet I A3,OL,PARTIAL
12 book for n/a   10 Section 12 31790 1 Lecture 30/11 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0600PM Hecsh,Janet I A3,OL,PARTIAL
13 book for n/a   10 Section 13 32033 1 Lecture 30/7 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Garzitto-Michals,Elisa A3,OL,PARTIAL
15 book for n/a   10 Section 15 32034 1 Lecture 30/3 MW WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Wilber,Pamela A3,OL,PARTIAL
16 book for n/a   10 Section 16 32050 1 Lecture 30/7 F WEBONLINE 0900AM-1150AM Manukyan,Knarik A3,OL,PARTIAL
17 book for n/a   10 Section 17 32099 1 Lecture 30/3 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Screechfield,Rose A3,OL,PARTIAL
18 book for n/a   10 Section 18 32100 1 Lecture 30/2 MW WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Screechfield,Rose A3,OL,PARTIAL
19 book for n/a   10 Section 19 32112 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Mehta,Nicki A3,OL,PARTIAL
20 book for n/a   10 Section 20 32117 1 Lecture 30/3 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Wilber,Pamela A3,OL,PARTIAL
21 book for n/a   10 Section 21 37035 1 Lecture 30/2 TR WEBONLINE 0100PM-0245PM Manukyan,Knarik A3,OL,PARTIAL

EDUC 121 - Multicultural Children's Lit (3 Units)

Survey of historical and modern multicultural children's literature examining standards of selection and acquaintance with the leading authors, illustrators and book awards; procedures and practice in methodology. Focus on children's literature which represents the diversity in America and fosters an understanding of the cultural values, identity, and heritage of those populations.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 31802 1 Discussion 30/0 M WEBONLINE 0500PM-0750PM Bento,Diane HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 31803 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Tokuno-Garretson,Kathi A HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 31804 1 Discussion 30/1 M WEBONLINE 0500PM-0720PM Pella,Riana Selene HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
04 book for n/a  121 Section 04 31805 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Bento,Diane HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
05 book for n/a  121 Section 05 31806 1 Discussion 30/0 T WEBONLINE 0500PM-0720PM Raines,Katherine M HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
06 book for n/a  121 Section 06 31911 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Bento,Diane HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
07 book for n/a  121 Section 07 31912 1 Discussion 30/0 T WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Pella,Riana Selene HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
08 book for n/a  121 Section 08 31913 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cornish,Denise M HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
09 book for n/a  121 Section 09 31946 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Grogan,Judy C HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
10 book for n/a  121 Section 10 36741 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Bento,Diane HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
11 book for n/a  121 Section 11 32307 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Grogan,Kimberly N HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
12 book for n/a  121 Section 12 36742 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Grogan,Kimberly N HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
13 book for n/a  121 Section 13 36743 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Grogan,Judy C HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
14 book for n/a  121 Section 14 37211 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cornish,Denise M HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI
15 book for n/a  121 Section 15 37323 1 Discussion 30/0 F WEBONLINE 0900AM-1100AM Tokuno-Garretson,Kathi A HUM (C2),OL,RE,WI

EDUC 160 - Urban Education (3 Units)

Designed to enhance students' knowledge of urban schooling, especially related to dynamics of race, class, and culture. Along with a Service Learning component in urban schools, provides analysis of the following: historical, socioeconomic, and political factors influencing urban education; the distribution of opportunity in cities and their schools; and effective instructional organizational practices that close the achievement gap, including the development of positive school cultures and the use of community services and resources.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  160 Section 01 31807 1 Discussion 30/0 M WEBONLINE 0500PM-0720PM Noel,Jana GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
02 book for n/a  160 Section 02 31808 1 Discussion 30/0 M WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Noel,Jana GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
03 book for n/a  160 Section 03 31809 1 Discussion 30/0 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Leslie,Angela GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
04 book for n/a  160 Section 04 31810 1 Discussion 30/0 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-0100PM Finnerty,Autumn GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
05 book for n/a  160 Section 05 31811 1 Discussion 30/7 WEBONLINE - William,Lisa Y GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
06 book for n/a  160 Section 06 31812 1 Discussion 30/1 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Leslie,Angela GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
07 book for n/a  160 Section 07 31813 1 Discussion 30/4 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Flores,Alma I GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
08 book for n/a  160 Section 08 31814 1 Discussion 30/1 R WEBONLINE 0500PM-0750PM Leslie,Angela GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
11 book for n/a  160 Section 11 32035 1 Discussion 30/1 T WEBONLINE 1200PM-0100PM Leslie,Angela GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
12 book for n/a  160 Section 12 32308 1 Discussion 30/4 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Flores,Alma I GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI

EDUC 156 - Pwr, Privlg + Self Identity (3 Units)

Focuses on understanding how one's values, attitudes, belief systems impact perception of differences related to race, ethnicity, culture, etc. Experiential activities promote self awareness while developing capacity in becoming a culturally responsive/skilled counselor. Historical processes that created inter and intra group constructs are explored.

Note: Open to unclassified students on a space available basis. Required corequisite for the Master of Science in Counseling and requirement for the Counseling Minor, not included in 200-series 60 unit master's degree. Instructor approval required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  156 Section 01 31826 1 Discussion 35/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Sharififard,Sonya OL
02 book for n/a  156 Section 02 31827 1 Discussion 35/1 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Ramirez,Rick A OL

EDUC 157 - Child & Family Psychopathology (3 Units)

Examines the etiology of development and mental health issues in children, youth and caregivers, including genetic and socio-cultural factors. The classification and treatment of abnormal behavior within family contexts will also be explored. Recommended for human services majors such as child development, education, psychology, counseling, social work and criminal justice.

Prerequisite: Students minoring in couseling must take CHDV 30 or CHDV 35 or PSYC 2.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  157 Section 01 31828 1 Seminar 35/0 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Castaneda,Cesar Augusto OL
02 book for n/a  157 Section 02 31886 1 Seminar 35/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Benitti,Pete OL

EDUC 155 - Introduction to Counseling (3 Units)

Introduction to the profession of counseling, including differences between professional counseling and other professions, counseling theories, consultation skills and an introduction to basic counseling skills. Lecture three hours.

Note: Open to unclassified students on a space available basis. Required prerequisite for the Master of Science in Counseling and requirement for the Counseling minor, not included in 200-series 60 unit program for master's degree. Instructor approval required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  155 Section 01 31824 1 Lecture 35/1 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Wycoff,Susan E OL
02 book for n/a  155 Section 02 31825 1 Lecture 35/0 T WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Wycoff,Susan E OL

EDUC 120 - Literature For Children (3 Units)

Historical and modern children's literature; standards of selection and acquaintance with the leading authors and illustrators; procedures and practices in methodology.

Prerequisite: Must have Junior or higher standing to enroll in this course

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  120 Section 01 31800 1 Discussion 20/0 M WEBONLINE 0530PM-0730PM Dillon,Francie OL
02 book for n/a  120 Section 02 31801 1 Discussion 35/0 WEBONLINE - Dillon,Francie OL
03 book for n/a  120 Section 03 36684 1 Discussion 35/0 WEBONLINE - Dillon,Francie OL

EDUC 125B - Tutor Children Rdg:Pract (1 Units)

Field-based course provides a synthesis and application of course content learned in EDUC 125B. Students are placed in a primary level setting for at-risk students who read approximately two grade levels below their peers. The twice-weekly practicum focuses on comprehension questioning strategies, learning styles and differences, multicultural and ESL strategies, Reader's theater and poetry, and motivating students to achieve greater academic success.

Note: May be taken by all undergraduate students and must be taken concurrently with EDUC 125A.

Corequisite: EDUC 125A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  125B Section 01 31798 1 Independent Study 25/6 TBAARR - Hembree,Sheri E
Wilber,Pamela
OL
02 book for n/a  125B Section 02 31799 1 Independent Study 25/0 TBAARR - Wilber,Pamela
Hembree,Sheri E
OL
03 book for n/a  125B Section 03 37039 1 Independent Study 25/6 TBAARR - Solari,Lynn J
Hembree,Sheri E
OL

EDUC 125A - Tutoring Children Reading (2 Units)

Orientation to concept and practice of tutoring basic reading skills including sight word recognition, word analysis skills, oral fluency, and comprehension. After completing on-campus training, students are placed in nearby school districts.

Note: Strongly recommended for students considering careers in education, criminal justice, psychology and social work. May be repeated once for credit. May also be used as an elective in the Blended Teacher Education Program.

Corequisite: EDUC 125B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  125A Section 01 31796 1 Discussion 25/6 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0320PM Wilber,Pamela OL
02 book for n/a  125A Section 02 31797 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0800AM-0950AM Wilber,Pamela OL
03 book for n/a  125A Section 03 37038 1 Discussion 25/6 MW WEBONLINE 1000AM-1150AM Solari,Lynn J OL

ENGL 1X - Academic Literacies Wkshp (1 Units)

Offers instruction in elements of academic literacy so that students develop proficiency in the writing process, with a specific emphasis on drafting, planning, and revision strategies and methods. Instruction takes place in traditional classroom or hybrid setting; students, in small groups, engage in guided exploration and facilitated workshops on academic literacy strategies, such as critical reading, writing, and research strategies. Offers support for GE area A2: Written Communication; requires a co-requisite in ENGL 5, 5M, 10, 10M, 11, or 11M.

Corequisite: ENGL 5 or ENGL 5M or ENGL10 or ENGL 10M or ENGL 11 or ENGL 11M

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
05 book for n/a    1X Section 05 31435 1 Activity 15/1 WEBONLINE - Trimble,Jeremy M FL,WHOLE
07 book for n/a    1X Section 07 31437 1 Activity 15/9 WEBONLINE - Trimble,Jeremy M FL,WHOLE
09 book for n/a    1X Section 09 36987 1 Activity 15/12 WEBONLINE - Trimble,Jeremy M FL,WHOLE

ENGL 5 - Accel Academic Literacies (3 Units)

Intensive, semester-long course to help students use reading, writing, discussion, and research for discovery, intellectual curiosity, and personal academic growth - students will work in collaborative groups to share, critique, and revise their reading and writing. Students will engage in reading and writing as communal and diverse processes; read and write effectively in and beyond the university; develop metacognitive understandings of their reading, writing, and thinking processes; and understand that everyone develops and uses multiple discourses.

Note: Writing requirement: minimum of 5,000 words

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    5 Section 01 30491 1 Discussion 25/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Miles,Carlena A2,FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a    5 Section 02 30492 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Shadden,Ann M A2,FL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a    5 Section 03 30493 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Levy,Karen A2,FL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a    5 Section 04 30494 1 Discussion 25/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM McNeal,Nicole M A2,FL,WHOLE
05 book for n/a    5 Section 05 30495 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Iverson,Janet Lopez A2,FL,WHOLE
06 book for n/a    5 Section 06 30538 1 Discussion 25/2 WEBONLINE - Schilling,Jason A2,FL,WHOLE
07 book for n/a    5 Section 07 31151 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn A2,FL,WHOLE
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 30486 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn A2,FL,WHOLE
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 30488 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Moua,Pada Maleni A2,FL,WHOLE
10 book for n/a    5 Section 10 30533 1 Discussion 25/1 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Seibel,Jamie Renee A2,FL,WHOLE
11 book for n/a    5 Section 11 31150 1 Discussion 25/1 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Neuman,Christine Renee A2,FL,WHOLE
12 book for n/a    5 Section 12 30489 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Kronzer,Matthew S A2,FL,WHOLE
13 book for n/a    5 Section 13 30534 1 Discussion 25/2 WEBONLINE - Levy,Karen A2,FL,WHOLE
14 book for n/a    5 Section 14 31153 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Defazio,Emilie Naomi A2,FL,WHOLE
15 book for n/a    5 Section 15 30535 1 Discussion 25/2 WEBONLINE - Shadden,Ann M A2,FL,WHOLE
16 book for n/a    5 Section 16 30536 1 Discussion 25/5 WEBONLINE - Schilling,Jason A2,FL,WHOLE
17 book for n/a    5 Section 17 30490 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn A2,FL,WHOLE
18 book for n/a    5 Section 18 30537 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn A2,FL,WHOLE
19 book for n/a    5 Section 19 30542 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Limon Guzman,Jesus A A2,FL,WHOLE
20 book for n/a    5 Section 20 30496 1 Discussion 25/4 WEBONLINE - Mitchell,Rebecca L A2,FL,WHOLE
21 book for n/a    5 Section 21 31154 1 Discussion 25/2 WEBONLINE - Schilling,Jason A2,FL,WHOLE
22 book for n/a    5 Section 22 30497 1 Discussion 25/4 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Fournier,Patricia Ann A2,FL,WHOLE
23 book for n/a    5 Section 23 30539 1 Discussion 25/1 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Golubev,Akim A2,FL,WHOLE
24 book for n/a    5 Section 24 30498 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Bethel,Daniel A2,FL,WHOLE
25 book for n/a    5 Section 25 30499 1 Discussion 25/9 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Michaels,Ann M A2,FL,WHOLE
26 book for n/a    5 Section 26 31155 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn A2,FL,WHOLE
27 book for n/a    5 Section 27 30500 1 Discussion 25/1 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Bethel,Daniel A2,FL,WHOLE
28 book for n/a    5 Section 28 30501 1 Discussion 25/6 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Cordova,Teresa A A2,FL,WHOLE
29 book for n/a    5 Section 29 31152 1 Discussion 25/0 TR 0130PM-0245PM Scharf,Anita A2,FL,WHOLE
30 book for n/a    5 Section 30 30545 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Bethel,Daniel A2,FL,WHOLE
31 book for n/a    5 Section 31 30502 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Shadden,Ann M A2,FL,WHOLE
32 book for n/a    5 Section 32 30507 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Kronzer,Matthew S A2,FL,WHOLE
33 book for n/a    5 Section 33 37296 1 Discussion 25/10 WEBONLINE - Iverson,Janet Lopez A2,FL,WHOLE
34 book for n/a    5 Section 34 37297 1 Discussion 25/10 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Michaels,Ann M A2,FL,WHOLE
35 book for n/a    5 Section 35 37298 1 Discussion 25/8 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Hinton,Kenneth Ryan A2,FL,WHOLE
36 book for n/a    5 Section 36 37299 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM McNeal,Nicole M A2,FL,WHOLE
37 book for n/a    5 Section 37 37300 1 Discussion 25/2 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Valle,Gloria C A2,FL,WHOLE
38 book for n/a    5 Section 38 37301 1 Discussion 25/9 WEBONLINE - Iverson,Janet Lopez A2,FL,WHOLE
39 book for n/a    5 Section 39 37302 1 Discussion 25/11 WEBONLINE - Iverson,Janet Lopez A2,FL,WHOLE
40 book for n/a    5 Section 40 37303 1 Discussion 25/11 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Michaels,Ann M A2,FL,WHOLE
41 book for n/a    5 Section 41 37304 1 Discussion 25/5 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Michaels,Ann M A2,FL,WHOLE
42 book for n/a    5 Section 42 37419 1 Discussion 25/4 WEBONLINE - Kronzer,Matthew S A2,FL,WHOLE
43 book for n/a    5 Section 43 37420 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Kronzer,Matthew S A2,FL,WHOLE

ENGL 10 - Academic Literacies I (3 Units)

Year-long course (combined with ENGL 11) to help students use reading, writing, discussion, and research for discovery, intellectual curiosity, and personal academic growth - students will work in collaborative groups to share, critique, and revise their reading and writing. Students will engage in reading and writing as communal and diverse processes; read and write effectively in and beyond the university; develop a metacognitive understanding of their reading, writing, and thinking processes; and understand that everyone develops and uses multiple discourses.

Note: Writing requirement: a minimum of 5,000 words to be completed in ENGL 10 and ENGL 11. ENGL 10 and ENGL 11 must be successfully completed to fulfill GE Area A2.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   10 Section 01 30521 1 Discussion 22/3 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Valle,Gloria C FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a   10 Section 02 30522 1 Discussion 22/13 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Hake,Patricia L FL,WHOLE

ENGL 11 - Academic Literacies II (3 Units)

Continued study (following ENGL 10) to help students use reading, writing, discussion, and research for discovery, intellectual curiosity, and personal academic growth - students will work in collaborative groups to share, critique, and revise their reading and writing. Students will engage in reading and writing as communal and diverse processes: read and write effectively in and beyond the university; develop a metacognitive understanding of their reading, writing, and thinking processes; and understand that everyone develops and uses multiple discourses.

Note: Writing requirement: a minimum of 5,000 words to be completed in ENGL 10 and ENGL 11; successful completion on ENGL 11 satisfies GE Area A2.

Prerequisite: ENGL 10.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
66 book for n/a   11 Section 66 31283 1 Discussion 22/3 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Valle,Gloria C A2,FL,WHOLE
67 book for n/a   11 Section 67 31284 1 Discussion 22/13 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Hake,Patricia L A2,FL,WHOLE

ENGL 5M - Accel Academic Literacies - ML (3 Units)

Intensive, semester-long course to help multilingual students use reading, writing, discussion, and research for discovery, intellectual curiosity, and personal academic growth - students will work in collaborative groups to share, critique, and revise their reading and writing. Students will engage in reading and writing as communal and diverse processes; read and write effectively in and beyond the university; develop metacognitive understandings of their reading, writing, and thinking processes; and understand that everyone develops and uses multiple discourses.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    5M Section 01 30541 1 Discussion 25/1 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Sims,Mikenna Leigh A2,FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a    5M Section 02 30487 1 Discussion 25/3 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Durosko,Susan L A2,FL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a    5M Section 03 30510 1 Discussion 25/4 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Dobson,Mona A2,FL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a    5M Section 04 30540 1 Discussion 25/8 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Scharf,Anita A2,FL,WHOLE
05 book for n/a    5M Section 05 37044 1 Discussion 25/9 TR WEBONLINE 0400PM-0515PM Kyles,Justin A2,FL,WHOLE
06 book for n/a    5M Section 06 37305 1 Discussion 25/4 WEBONLINE - Harper,Lisa M A2,FL,WHOLE
07 book for n/a    5M Section 07 37306 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Samadi,Parisa A2,FL,WHOLE
08 book for n/a    5M Section 08 37307 1 Discussion 25/1 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Durosko,Susan L A2,FL,WHOLE

ENVS 135 - California Water and Society (3 Units)

This course provides the historical, scientific, legal, institutional, and economic background needed to understand the social and ecological challenges of providing water for California's growing population, agricultural economy, and other uses- all of which are made more complex by climate change. We will look at past and current debates around cases ranging from local issues on the American River to statewide issues that converge in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Both physical and social science research skills will be developed.

Prerequisite: ENVS 120 or instructor permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  135 Section 01 36645 1 Lecture 40/19 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Porse,Erik OL

ENVS 10 - lntro to Environmental Science (3 Units)

Course looks at the earth as an ecosystem composed of biological, chemical, and physical systems. Focus is on the interaction of these systems with each other and with human population, technology, and production. Students should acquire the fundamentals of a scientific understanding of the ecological implications of human activities. Specific topics treated within the context of ecosystem analysis include energy flows, nutrient cycles, pollution, resource use, climate changes, species diversity, and population dynamics.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   10 Section 01 34912 1 Lecture 40/2 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Howard,Cody B2,OL,PARTIAL
03 book for n/a   10 Section 03 35092 1 Lecture 120/7 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Linklater,Wayne B2,OL,PARTIAL
04 book for n/a   10 Section 04 35105 1 Lecture 40/4 MW WEBONLINE 0400PM-0515PM Sax,Todd B2,OL,PARTIAL
05 book for n/a   10 Section 05 35106 1 Lecture 80/5 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Flowers,Christine L B2,OL,PARTIAL
06 book for n/a   10 Section 06 35455 1 Lecture 40/2 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Reede Jr,James W B2,OL,PARTIAL
07 book for n/a   10 Section 07 36211 1 Lecture 40/3 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Reede Jr,James W B2,OL,PARTIAL
08 book for n/a   10 Section 08 37087 1 Lecture 40/6 MW WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Reede Jr,James W B2,OL,PARTIAL
09 book for n/a   10 Section 09 37088 1 Lecture 40/7 WEBONLINE - Flowers,Christine L B2,OL,PARTIAL
10 book for n/a   10 Section 10 35236 1 Lecture 55/4 WEBONLINE - Singh,Ajay B2,OL,PARTIAL
11 book for n/a   10 Section 11 35460 1 Lecture 40/2 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Hereford,Joe H. B2,OL,PARTIAL
12 book for n/a   10 Section 12 37117 1 Lecture 40/4 WEBONLINE - Howard,Cody B2,OL,WHOLE

ENVS 11 - Env Issue+Crit Thinking (3 Units)

Examines Western cultural values and personal beliefs toward the environment. Teaches critical thinking skills to analyze issues to make informed choices that may impact the earth, its resources and their management as consumers, leaders, professionals and moral agents.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   11 Section 01 35488 1 Lecture 80/4 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Popejoy,Gregory M A3,OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   11 Section 02 37119 1 Lecture 80/26 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Popejoy,Gregory M A3,OL,WHOLE

ENVS 149 - Agroecology (3 Units)

Ecological aspects of the production of food and fiber, with emphasis on the sustainability and adequacy of the global food supply to meet the needs of a growing, urbanized population. Covers topics basic to all agricultural systems - soil development, fertility, irrigation, nutrient cycles, crop selection - while contrasting methods developed for large-scale industrial food production with traditional and/or organic farming methods.

Note: Required field trips.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  149 Section 01 35269 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Ishikawa,Catherine M OL

ENVS 187 - Env Studies Seminar (1 Units)

Students will participate in the semester-long University seminar and will be exposed to a variety of environmental issues and topics presented by speakers from CSUS, the USGS, government and professional organizations, among many others. Topics include issues such as climate change, water use and conversation, environmental sustainability, environmental policy and decision-making, and many important regional issues.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  187 Section 01 35025 1 Seminar 75/31 T WEBONLINE 0430PM-0530PM Stevens,Michelle L OL

ENVS 120 - Quantitative Methods Env Sci (3 Units)

Research tools and methods used by environmental professionals including selected statistical procedures, data sources and presentation and interpretation of results. Students will become familiar with the wide range of equipment available to fit their special needs including the computer time-sharing system.

Prerequisite: Must be an ENVS major or minor; STAT 1 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  120 Section 01 35345 1 Discussion 30/1 TR WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Heyer,Johanna OL
02 book for n/a  120 Section 02 36477 1 Discussion 40/11 MW WEBONLINE 0400PM-0515PM Singh,Ajay OL

ENVS 121 - Field Methods In Env Sci (2 Units)

This field course includes the direct observation of human impact on specific environments and examples of mitigation strategies. Students will learn information gathering and data presentation methodologies useful in environmental impact assessment. Lecture three hours per week; one-day and weekend field trips will be arranged.

Note: Course also substitutes for ENVS 175.

Prerequisite: Must be an ENVS major or minor

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 35046 1 Discussion 16/0 M WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Hereford,Joe H. OL
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 35047 1 Laboratory 16/0 M WEBONLINE 1000AM-1150AM Hereford,Joe H. OL
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 35110 1 Discussion 20/1 W WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Ishikawa,Catherine M OL
04 book for n/a  121 Section 04 35111 1 Laboratory 20/1 W WEBONLINE 1000AM-1150AM Ishikawa,Catherine M OL
05 book for n/a  121 Section 05 36965 1 Discussion 15/0 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Hereford,Joe H. OL
06 book for n/a  121 Section 06 36966 1 Laboratory 15/0 T WEBONLINE 1000AM-1150AM Hereford,Joe H. OL

ENVS 112 - Internatnl Envir Problems (3 Units)

Global perspective on current problems of environmental protection and resource use. Population growth, food production, industrialization, technology and cultural change are considered, with heavy emphasis on the social dynamics of environmental problems. A variety of political views is studied, and an attempt is made to develop a perspective useful to students in personal and political decisions.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X. Environmental Studies majors only.

Note: PCR/IR students are encouraged to contact the department regarding enrollment into this course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  112 Section 01 35049 1 Lecture 25/4 TR WEBONLINE 0400PM-0515PM Flowers,Christine L OL,WI
02 book for n/a  112 Section 02 36476 1 Lecture 25/1 WEBONLINE - Flowers,Christine L OL,WI

ENVS 111 - Environmental Ethics (3 Units)

Consideration of how human beings should act with regard to the non-human natural world in the context of complex societal needs. Students will use critical thinking skills to integrate insights from the sciences, social sciences, and humanities to make ethical decisions.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 34913 1 Discussion 40/1 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Papouchis,Christopher M OL

ENVS 110 - Contemporary Envir Issues (3 Units)

Examination of a variety of environmental issues with emphasis on the social aspects of the problems and solutions. The class is conducted primarily through discussion, with an unusually high degree of student responsibility. Group and individual projects are designed to involve students in community affairs as well as to give them an opportunity to develop a personal perspective on environmental issues.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  110 Section 01 36464 1 Discussion 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Grant,Sekita OL

ENVS 10H - Honors Environmental Science (3 Units)

The earth as an ecosystem composed of biological, chemical, and physical systems. Focus is on the interaction of these systems with each other and with human population, technology, and production. Students should acquire the fundamentals of a scientific understanding of the ecological implications of human activities. Specific topics treated within the context of the ecosystem analysis include energy flows, nutrient cycles, pollution, resource use, climate change, species diversity, and population dynamics. Students read important original research on topics. All students participate in a semester long project that applies the principles of the course to a real environmental issue.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   10H Section 01 35225 1 Lecture 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Ishikawa,Catherine M B2,OL

ENVS 190 - Senior Thesis (3 Units)

Explores an environmental problem or issue in great depth. It includes a detailed review of the scientific literature, synthesis, and integration of information from the literature, and evaluation of the information leading to conclusions and recommendations that address the problem or issue. Thesis subjects are chosen by the student, and can be from a myriad perspectives addressed in the Environmental Studies curriculum including scientific, social, political, economic, and cultural issues.

Prerequisite: Instructor permission and completion of all lower and upper division Environmental Studies courses.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 35080 1 Seminar 45/7 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Fulton,Julian OL

ENVS 195 - Envir Studies Internship (3 Units)

Supervised work experience in an approved legislative or administrative office at some level of local, state or federal government, or in a public or private organization that is concerned with the environment. Supervision is provided by the faculty instructor and responsible officials in the work situation.

Note: Open to majors only, subject to instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  195 Section 01 35113 1 Independent Study 40/11 TBAARR - Linklater,Wayne I,OL

ENVS 128 - Environment+The Law (3 Units)

Introduction to environmental law, including: the evolution of environmental legislation, environmental issues in the court system, environmental regulation and administrative law, and environmental torts. Emphasis is on understanding legal process and the special challenges environmental problems present to the legal system.

Cross Listed: GOVT 128; only one may be counted for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  128 Section 01 35485 1 Discussion 34/1 TR WEBONLINE 0400PM-0515PM Goldstene,James N OL

ENVS 155 - Env manage & decision-making (3 Units)

Course investigates the motivations and barriers to engaging in pro-environmental behaviors. Focus on theories from multiple social and behavioral sciences to understand how individuals form judgments and decisions regarding natural resource and ecosystem management. Specific topics may include principal-agent theory, dual-process theory, multi-criteria decision-making, theory of planned behavior, norm-value-belief, community-based social marketing, and structured decision-making. Students will build skills in stakeholder engagement and science communication.

Prerequisite: ENVS 10 or the equivalent, or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  155 Section 01 35928 1 Lecture 40/25 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Singh,Ajay OL

ENVS 151 - Restoration Ecology (3 Units)

Overview of concepts and practices in restoration ecology, emphasizing the application of ecological principles to restoration design, implementation, and monitoring. Major course topics will include historical ecology, soils and hydrology, plant and animal ecology, exotic species, endangered species concerns, mitigation, monitoring, planning, and assessment as they apply in a restoration context. Students will work in local restoration projects; field trips required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  151 Section 01 34960 1 Lecture 45/3 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Stevens,Michelle L OL

ETHN 161 - Chic/Latino Politics+Pub Pol (3 Units)

Explores the historical and contemporary development of Chicano/Latino political activity in the United States. Will review essential components of the U.S. political system and examines relevant theories and concepts that have impacted public policy debate related to education, employment, health, housing, immigration, and income inequity. Primarily focuses on the political history and present day circumstances of the three largest Latino groups, Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, and Cuban Americans.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  161 Section 01 36164 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Huante-Tzintzun,Nancy OL

ETHN 98 - Co-Curricular Activities (1-3 Units)

Co-curricular activities related to the subject matter and intellectual concerns in Ethnic Studies.

Note: Recommended for students new to the university experience and students having completed fewer than 45 units of course work. May be repeated twice for total credits not to exceed 6 units.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   98 Section 01 34923 1 Independent Study 0/0 F WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Moore,Andrea L.S. OL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a   98 Section 02 34924 1 Independent Study 0/0 M WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Watson-Derbigny,Dr Marcellene L OL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a   98 Section 03 36634 1 Independent Study 0/0 M WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Watson-Derbigny,Dr Marcellene L OL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a   98 Section 04 36942 1 Independent Study 0/0 WEBONLINE - Watson-Derbigny,Dr Marcellene L OL,WHOLE

ETHN 198 - Co-Curricular Activities (1-3 Units)

Co-curricular activities related to the subject matter and intellectual concerns in Ethnic Studies. For example, students may earn ETHN 198 credits by participating in Ethnic Studies classes as tutors and/or section or discussion leaders; teaching as voluntary instructors or tutors in courses offered by community organizations.

Note: May be repeated twice for total credits not to exceed 6 units.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
90 book for n/a  198 Section 90 35251 1 Independent Study 110/43 M WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Fong,Tim OL
91 book for n/a  198 Section 91 35252 1 Independent Study 110/71 M WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Fong,Tim OL

ETHN 199 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading. Admission requires approval of the faculty member under whom the individual work is to be conducted, the appropriate program director and the Chair of Ethnic Studies.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  199 Section 03 35143 1 Independent Study 20/7 M WEBONLINE 0200PM-0450PM Newsome,Chevelle OL

ETHN 194 - Research Ethnic Studies (3 Units)

Designed to provide students with contemporary theoretical knowledge and practical skills for conducting research in the Asian American, Black American, Chicano, and Native American communities. Methodology which addresses issues and research perspectives distinctly germane to researching a targeted community is examined.

Prerequisite: One upper-division Ethnic Studies course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  194 Section 01 34943 1 Independent Study 25/1 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Baker,Brian OL

ETHN 173 - Black Family In U S (3 Units)

Using the interdisciplinary approach, several institutional factors affecting the structure, evolution, and function of the Black Family unit in the U.S. will be studied. Permits a broad, yet systematic, examination of the Black Family in order to understand the several dynamics affecting the Black Family in particular and Black Americans in general.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  173 Section 01 35071 1 Lecture 40/1 MW WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Baadqir,Rashad Abdul Alim OL
01 book for n/a  173 Section 01 35071 1 Lecture 40/1 WEBONLINE - Baadqir,Rashad Abdul Alim OL

ETHN 170 - Pan African Studies (3 Units)

Investigation into the subjective aspects of Pan African Studies (Black Studies). Covers such topical areas as the struggle by Black Americans for education, the genesis of the Black Studies movement, Black culture, institutional change, etc. The very nature of the course permits the coverage of a broad range of subject matter. Students are encouraged to take specific courses offered by the Pan African Studies program for more extensive investigation.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  170 Section 01 34941 1 Lecture 40/3 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Green,Ricky GE AREA D,OL

ETHN 171 - African Religion+Phil (3 Units)

Study of the African's concept of God with particular emphasis on His works, His relationship to His creations, and His worship. Also covers the concepts of evil, ethics, justice and various metaphysical ideas.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  171 Section 01 34942 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Baadqir,Rashad Abdul Alim HUM (C2),OL
01 book for n/a  171 Section 01 34942 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Baadqir,Rashad Abdul Alim HUM (C2),OL

ETHN 94 - Camp Transit+Probl Solvng (3 Units)

Designed for CAMP students new to University life, form and functions. The three hour lecture/discussions per week are focused on assisting students with making a successful transition to the University.

Note: May be repeated once for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   94 Section 01 34922 1 Lecture 81/7 MR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Figueroa,Julie L OL,PARTIAL

ETHN 195A - Ethnic Studies Fieldwork (1 Units)

Allow students, with faculty supervision, to work closely with the ethnic minority communities. Students may work with a community agency, community organization, or other site with instructor approval.

Prerequisite: Ethnic Studies majors only

Corequisite: ETHN 195B

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  195A Section 01 34944 1 Field Studies 40/15 WEBONLINE - Reed,Annette I,OL

ETHN 143 - American Indians+Films (3 Units)

Students will examine various ways American Indians are imagined by popular culture through film, including drama, comedy and documentary. Beyond identifying and analyzing images of Indians as well as myths about their historical and contemporary circumstances, students will be challenged to investigate and understand the tenuous relationship between fact and fiction in popular culture.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  143 Section 01 34952 1 Lecture 40/0 T WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Baker,Brian HUM (C2),OL
01 book for n/a  143 Section 01 34952 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HUM (C2),OL

ETHN 140 - Native American Experienc (3 Units)

Advanced course in American Indian history, political and social relations, with emphasis upon current movements and problems of Native American life.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  140 Section 01 34940 1 Lecture 40/4 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Baker,Brian GE AREA D,OL
02 book for n/a  140 Section 02 35416 1 Lecture 40/13 MW WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Soza War Soldier,Rose GE AREA D,OL
02 book for n/a  140 Section 02 35416 1 Lecture 40/13 WEBONLINE - Soza War Soldier,Rose GE AREA D,OL

ETHN 145 - Native Biography (3 Units)

Through the genre of biography and autobiography, students will examine the relevance of Native voice and memory in reference to the development of identity, cultural transformation, indigenous knowledge, political activism, and historical consciousness. Students will analyze the political, economic and cultural contexts in which Native voices and memories emerge.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  145 Section 01 36169 1 Lecture 30/1 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Soza War Soldier,Rose HUM (C2),OL,WI
01 book for n/a  145 Section 01 36169 1 Lecture 30/1 WEBONLINE - Staff HUM (C2),OL,WI

ETHN 122 - Sikh Amer & Globalization (3 Units)

Examines the history and migration of Sikhs throughout the world, including the United States. Topics include the origin of Sikhism, Sikh history/religion/culture/social institutions and social relations, direct and secondary migration, race and ethnic relations, second-generation identity issues, and global diaspora/transnationalism.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  122 Section 01 34992 1 Lecture 40/15 M WEBONLINE 0530PM-0820PM Singh,Amrik Dr. GE AREA D,OL

ETHN 195B - Ethnic Studies Seminar (2 Units)

Seminar discussions designed to synthesize and assess knowledge in Ethnic Studies courses applied to fieldwork experiences.

Prerequisite: Ethnic Studies majors only

Corequisite: ETHN 195A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  195B Section 01 34993 1 Seminar 40/15 MWF WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Reed,Annette I,OL

ETHN 14 - Intro To Asian Am Studies (3 Units)

Introduction to the basic concepts, theoretical perspectives, and research methodologies in comparison to other social science disciplines. The intersection of class, race/ethnicity, and gender of various Asian American and non-Asian American groups will be explored from a socio-historical perspective.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   14 Section 01 35178 1 Lecture 40/22 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Mark,Gregory GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   14 Section 02 36678 1 Lecture 40/16 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Hung,Winnie GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a   14 Section 03 36930 1 Lecture 40/23 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Hung,Winnie GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a   14 Section 04 36931 1 Lecture 40/17 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Lo,Bao GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL
04 book for n/a   14 Section 04 36931 1 Lecture 40/17 WEBONLINE - Lo,Bao GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL
05 book for n/a   14 Section 05 37086 1 Lecture 40/19 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Lo,Bao GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
05 book for n/a   14 Section 05 37086 1 Lecture 40/19 WEBONLINE - Lo,Bao GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE

ETHN 11 - Intro To Ethnic Studies (3 Units)

Introduces the diverse institutional, cultural, and historical issues relating to the past and present life circumstances of Asian Americans, Mexican Americans, Black Americans, and Native Americans. Designed to introduce students to information presented in upper division courses with ethnic studies content.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   11 Section 01 34917 1 Lecture 50/4 TR WEBONLINE 0730AM-0845AM Wilkins,Lorraine GE AREA D,OL,RE
02 book for n/a   11 Section 02 34918 1 Lecture 50/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Baadqir,Rashad Abdul Alim GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL,RE
03 book for n/a   11 Section 03 34919 1 Lecture 50/0 MW WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Wilkins,Lorraine GE AREA D,OL,RE
03 book for n/a   11 Section 03 34919 1 Lecture 50/0 WEBONLINE - Wilkins,Lorraine GE AREA D,OL,RE
04 book for n/a   11 Section 04 34920 1 Lecture 50/8 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Cook,Booker T GE AREA D,OL,RE
04 book for n/a   11 Section 04 34920 1 Lecture 50/8 WEBONLINE - Cook,Booker T GE AREA D,OL,RE
05 book for n/a   11 Section 05 34921 1 Lecture 50/1 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Wilkins,Lorraine GE AREA D,OL,RE
06 book for n/a   11 Section 06 35203 1 Lecture 50/23 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Cook,Booker T GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL,RE
06 book for n/a   11 Section 06 35203 1 Lecture 50/23 WEBONLINE - Cook,Booker T GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL,RE
07 book for n/a   11 Section 07 35393 1 Lecture 50/21 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Cook,Booker T GE AREA D,OL,RE

ETHN 53 - Intro Native Amer Studies (3 Units)

Broad overview to the field of Native American Studies, including history, sovereignty, popular imagery, economic development, literature, philosophy, religion, urbanization, gender, social issues, and cultures of native peoples. Introduction to Native American Studies; recognizes intra-tribal, trans-national, and various historical, cultural, and political relationships, and issues through an interdisciplinary approach. The primary focus will be post 1900.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   53 Section 01 36681 1 Lecture 40/21 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Bill,Amber R GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL
01 book for n/a   53 Section 01 36681 1 Lecture 40/21 WEBONLINE - Bill,Amber R GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   53 Section 02 36682 1 Lecture 40/25 MW WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Bill,Amber R GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   53 Section 02 36682 1 Lecture 40/25 WEBONLINE - Bill,Amber R GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL
03 book for n/a   53 Section 03 36932 1 Lecture 40/19 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Orona,Brittani R GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a   53 Section 04 36935 1 Lecture 40/23 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Bill,Amber R GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a   53 Section 04 36935 1 Lecture 40/23 WEBONLINE - Bill,Amber R GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
05 book for n/a   53 Section 05 36938 1 Lecture 40/19 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Bill,Amber R GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE

ETHN 150 - Native Oral Trad/Stories (3 Units)

Study of how Native American oral tradition and storytelling affect the experience of tribal expression. Examines the foundation of this tradition through an analysis and comparison of traditional and contemporary forms.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  150 Section 01 34963 1 Lecture 40/3 MW WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Bill,Amber R HUM (C2),OL
01 book for n/a  150 Section 01 34963 1 Lecture 40/3 WEBONLINE - Staff HUM (C2),OL

ETHN 132 - La Mujer Chicana (3 Units)

Critical analysis of the cultural influence that the family, community, religion, economic status and peers play upon the decisions, the values and roles held by Chicanas. An examination of the processes which have resulted in the change of attitudes, values and roles of the contemporary Chicana.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  132 Section 01 34936 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Vargas,Maria E,OL
01 book for n/a  132 Section 01 34936 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Vargas,Maria E,OL

ETHN 130 - Chicano/Mexican Am Exper (3 Units)

Transmits knowledge and understanding of how racism confronts and divides American society. Attention will be given to the effects of racism on the experiences of Chicanos/Mexican Americans in American society.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  130 Section 01 35215 1 Lecture 40/1 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Figueroa,Julie L GE AREA D,OL

ETHN 136 - U.S. Mexican Brdr Relatns (3 Units)

Contemporary issues affecting the daily lives of people living in the U.S. - Mexico Borderlands. Theories, gender issues, political, economic and social relationships on both sides of the border will be examined.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 34938 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Huante-Tzintzun,Nancy GE AREA D,OL

ETHN 137 - Race+Ethn Latin+Caribbean (3 Units)

Socio-economic, historical and contemporary issues affecting the various peoples living in the Latin America and the Caribbean. We will examine the intersection of race and ethnicity as well as class, gender, and identity, with attention paid to the contributions and presence of Asians, Africans, Europeans, and Indigenous peoples.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  137 Section 01 34939 1 Lecture 40/2 M WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Vargas,Maria GE AREA D,OL

ETHN 30 - Chicano/Latino Studies (3 Units)

Introduction to exploring the Chicano/Latino experience in the U.S. An overview of the diverse and multiple experiences of people of Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Central and South America. From a socio-historical perspective, the intersections of class, race/ethnicity, and gender will be explored.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   30 Section 01 35023 1 Lecture 40/6 MW WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Vargas,Maria GE AREA D,OL,RE
01 book for n/a   30 Section 01 35023 1 Lecture 40/6 WEBONLINE - Vargas,Maria GE AREA D,OL,RE
02 book for n/a   30 Section 02 37067 1 Lecture 40/1 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Garcia,Alicia GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL,RE
02 book for n/a   30 Section 02 37067 1 Lecture 40/1 WEBONLINE - Garcia,Alicia GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL,RE
03 book for n/a   30 Section 03 37069 1 Lecture 40/1 MW WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Garcia,Alicia GE AREA D,OL,RE,WHOLE
03 book for n/a   30 Section 03 37069 1 Lecture 40/1 WEBONLINE - Garcia,Alicia GE AREA D,OL,RE,WHOLE
05 book for n/a   30 Section 05 37074 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Bencomo,Anthony GE AREA D,OL,RE,WHOLE

ETHN 155 - Genocide & Holocaust Stds (3 Units)

Examines genocide cases, such as the Armenian genocide, the Jewish Holocaust, the genocide of Roma, the Cambodian "Killing Fields", genocide in East Timor, ethnic cleansing in Bosnia, the genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda and genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan, as well as the genocide of Native Americans, and other indigenous peoples. Addresses causes of, and responses to, genocide around the world, especially in Africa, Asia and Latin America. This phenomenon is examined historically, descriptively, comparatively and theoretically.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  155 Section 02 35558 1 Lecture 40/4 MWF WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Yonemura,Ayanna S GE AREA D,OL

ETHN 70 - Intro Pan African Studies (3 Units)

Introduction to Pan African Studies. It is intended to introduce students to the context from which Pan African Studies arose, including the Western intellectual tradition, and to consider the substantive objections to Pan African Studies as a legitimate academic discipline. It is intended to show humanities and social science emphases of the discipline, and the interdisciplinary character of the discipline as a whole. Upon completion, students should have a broad exposure to the subject matter of the discipline, an acute appreciation of some of its philosophical concerns, a recognition of some of the principal methodologies employed by its scholars, some familiarity with major scholars in the discipline, and the ability to explore these subjects independently.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   70 Section 01 36679 1 Lecture 40/22 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Green,Ricky GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   70 Section 02 36900 1 Lecture 40/29 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Mulira,Sanyu Ruth GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL
03 book for n/a   70 Section 03 36943 1 Lecture 40/21 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Wade,Jasmine H GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a   70 Section 03 36943 1 Lecture 40/21 WEBONLINE - Wade,Jasmine H GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a   70 Section 04 36944 1 Lecture 40/15 MW WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Baadqir,Rashad Abdul Alim GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a   70 Section 04 36944 1 Lecture 40/15 WEBONLINE - Baadqir,Rashad Abdul Alim GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE
05 book for n/a   70 Section 05 36945 1 Lecture 40/20 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Cook,Booker T GE AREA D,OL,WHOLE

ETHN 100 - Ethnic America (3 Units)

Through an interdisciplinary approach, introduces the four major American ethnic groups - Black, American Indian, Chicano, Asian American. Focuses on themes common to all four groups (racism, economic and political oppression) and demonstrates the varied contributions of each culture to American social and economic life.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  100 Section 01 34926 1 Lecture 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Mallare,Marie Lorraine GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
01 book for n/a  100 Section 01 34926 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Mallare,Marie Lorraine GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
05 book for n/a  100 Section 05 34930 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Freeman,Darryl Omar GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
06 book for n/a  100 Section 06 34931 1 Lecture 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Wilkins,Lorraine GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI
08 book for n/a  100 Section 08 35348 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Freeman,Darryl Omar GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI

ETHN 11H - Intro Ethnic Studies (Honors) (3 Units)

Introduces the diverse institutional, cultural, and historical issues relating to the past and present life circumstances of Asian Americans, Mexican Americans, Black Americans, and Native Americans. Focuses may include leadership, identity development, problem solving skills, community organizing and empowerment. Designed to introduce students to information presented in upper division courses with ethnic studies content.

Note: Fulfills the General Education requirements of Area D1A (Foundations in the Social and Behavioral Sciences) as well as the General Education Honors Program.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   11H Section 01 36680 1 Lecture 25/2 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Yonemura,Ayanna S GE AREA D,OL,RE
01 book for n/a   11H Section 01 36680 1 Lecture 25/2 WEBONLINE - Yonemura,Ayanna S GE AREA D,OL,RE

ETHN 110 - Asian American Experience (3 Units)

Survey of the experiences of various Asian groups in the U.S. from the mid-nineteenth century to present. The historical forces affecting the immigration and settlement patterns of Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Koreans, Asian Indians and Southeast Asians (Vietnamese, Cambodians, Laotians) will be compared and contrasted. Students will analyze the problems resulting from limited access to the social, political, and economic institutions of U.S. society.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  110 Section 01 34932 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Lo,Bao GE AREA D,OL

ETHN 112 - Contemp Asian Amer Issues (3 Units)

Examines several important social issues such as emerging communities, education, employment and occupations, anti-Asian violence, media images and stereotypes, families and identities, and political empowerment shaping the contemporary experiences of diverse Asian American groups.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  112 Section 01 35070 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Hung,Winnie GE AREA D,OL

GEOL 7 - Natural Disasters (3 Units)

Examination of earth materials and earth processes through the study of natural disasters. Topics include earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, floods, tsunamis, hurricanes, tornadoes and meteorite impacts. Examination of causes, effects and mitigation of natural disasters.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    7 Section 01 33816 1 Lecture 125/3 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Ardill,Katie E. B1,FL,WHOLE

GPHD 25 - Visual Basics (3 Units)

Provides a basic understanding of how visual structures are created and interpreted. Students study the main components of visual structures, become familiar with basic laws of color, and learn the basics of the gestalt principles of visual organization.

Prerequisite: ART 20A or Pre - Interior Design Major.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   25 Section 01 31131 1 Discussion 20/0 M WEBONLINE 0800AM-0950AM Jackson,Angela FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a   25 Section 02 31132 1 Laboratory 20/0 W WEBONLINE 0800AM-0950AM Jackson,Angela FL,WHOLE

HHS 21 - First Year Seminar for HHS (3 Units)

New students are faced with many challenges ? making new social connections, maintaining high GPAs, and learning independence. HHS 21 provides insight to the wide range of careers in the health and human service fields, and introduces students to the meaning of higher education, the resources of the University, and skills for lifelong learning. Students will develop academic success strategies, and improve information literacy, intercultural competence, and integrative thinking. The seminar is a foundation for academic and personal support.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   21 Section 01 37289 1 Discussion 30/19 MWF WEBONLINE 0300PM-0350PM Williams,Alton N E,FL,WHOLE
02 book for n/a   21 Section 02 37292 1 Discussion 30/19 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Boggs,Scarlet E,FL,WHOLE
03 book for n/a   21 Section 03 37293 1 Discussion 30/9 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Martinez,Katherine R E,FL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a   21 Section 04 37291 1 Discussion 30/12 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Martinez,Katherine R E,FL,WHOLE
05 book for n/a   21 Section 05 37290 1 Discussion 30/19 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Quirarte,Raquel G E,FL,WHOLE

HIST 199 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading. Open only to students who appear competent to carry on individual work.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  199 Section 02 30569 1 Independent Study 15/14 TBAARR - Ettinger,Patrick OL
03 book for n/a  199 Section 03 30571 1 Independent Study 15/14 TBAARR - Gregory,Candace OL

HIST 15H - Major Problems in U.S. History (3 Units)

A survey of topics in American history from the colonial period to the end of the twentieth century. Subjects may include reform movements, immigration, racial problems, religion, politics and the role of women.

Note: Fulfills graduation requirement for U.S. History and Race and Ethnicity.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   15H Section 01 30593 1 Seminar 25/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Lindsay,Brendan FL,RE,US HISTORY,WHOLE

HIST 51H - World History II: from 1500 (3 Units)

An intensive survey of the increased inter-connections of the world's civilizations from the conquest of the Americas to the dawn of the 21st century. Explores the history of the human community's political development, cultural diversity, and economic globalization.

Prerequisite: Open only to Honors students.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   51H Section 01 30546 1 Lecture 30/9 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Gregory,Candace FL,HUM (C2),WHOLE
02 book for n/a   51H Section 02 30561 1 Lecture 30/12 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Gregory,Candace FL,HUM (C2),WHOLE
03 book for n/a   51H Section 03 30596 1 Lecture 30/7 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Gregory,Candace FL,HUM (C2),WHOLE
04 book for n/a   51H Section 04 36602 1 Lecture 30/11 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Gregory,Candace FL,HUM (C2),WHOLE

HIST 299 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading.

Note: Open only to students who appear competent to carry on individual work; May be repeated for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  299 Section 01 30582 1 Thesis Research 15/15 TBAARR - Lindsay,Anne OL
02 book for n/a  299 Section 02 37145 1 Thesis Research 15/13 TBAARR - Lupo,Scott OL
03 book for n/a  299 Section 03 37288 1 Thesis Research 15/14 TBAARR - Siegel,Mona OL

KINS 210 - Research Methods In Kins (3 Units)

Various methods and techniques of educational research as they are commonly applied in the field of Kinesiology; study of examples of their use in published research; practice in applying them to problems of interest to the student; analyzing data and writing research reports.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  210 Section 01 33102 1 Seminar 15/9 M WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Barger,Laura K OL

KINS 259 - Resch Exercise Physiology (3 Units)

Provides students with a solid foundation experience in human performance research. Primary focus is on intensive examination of selected advanced topics in exercise physiology.

Prerequisite: KINS 152, KINS 210, or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  259 Section 01 35946 1 Seminar 15/9 T WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Begue,Gwenaelle OL

KINS 151D - Appl Kinesiology+Biomech (3 Units)

Fundamentals of human movement patterns with an emphasis on applied anatomy, movement principles, movement sequences, applied biomechanics, developmental motor stages and basic movement analysis.

Prerequisite: BIO 26 with a grade of C or better.

Note: Does not satisfy kinesiology or biomechanics requirements for Exercise Science majors.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
04 book for n/a  151D Section 04 36858 1 Lecture 40/15 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0520PM Pfister,Daniel A OL
05 book for n/a  151D Section 05 36859 1 Laboratory 20/3 T WEBONLINE 0530PM-0800PM Pfister,Daniel A OL
06 book for n/a  151D Section 06 36860 1 Laboratory 20/12 R WEBONLINE 0530PM-0800PM Pfister,Daniel A OL

KINS 138 - Sport Pedagogy (3 Units)

Sport pedagogy examines learning, teaching and instruction in sport, physical education and related areas of physical activity. Content is focused on differentiated instructional strategies, effective teaching and learning skills, designing instructional plans, managerial behaviors, organizational arrangements, communication skills, and professionalism.

Prerequisite: Kinesiology Majors, Minors and Liberal Studies PE Concentration.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  138 Section 02 36855 1 Lecture 40/13 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Kuehl-Kitchen,Julie M OL
02 book for n/a  138 Section 02 36855 1 Lecture 40/13 TR 0130PM-0245PM Staff OL

KINS 198A - Seminar PE Elem (2 Units)

Open to physical education single subject credential candidates this course accompanies an eight-week elementary student teaching experience. The focus is twofold: a) engage student teachers in the planning, instruction and assessment of an elementary physical education program aligned with state standards b) support student teachers with the Performance Assessment for California Teachers (PACT). Candidates will be expected to create a class environment that ensures the safe and productive participation in developmentally appropriate elementary physical education.

Prerequisite: KINS 381 and EDTE 474A.

Corequisite: KINS 380 and EDTE 474B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  198A Section 01 33513 1 Seminar 20/10 R WEBONLINE 0400PM-0750PM Tacla,Craig OL

KINS 198B - Seminar PE Secondary (1 Units)

Open to physical education single subject credential candidates this eight-week course accompanies an eight-week secondary student teaching experience. The focus is twofold: a) engage student teachers in the planning, instruction and assessment of a secondary physical education program aligned with state standards b) support student teachers with the Performance Assessment for California Teachers (PACT). Candidates will be expected to create a class environment that ensures the safe and productive participation in developmentally appropriate secondary physical education.

Prerequisite: KINS 198A.

Corequisite: EDTE 474B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  198B Section 02 33418 1 Seminar 20/10 R WEBONLINE 0400PM-0750PM Tacla,Craig OL

KINS 203 - Specificity Conditioning (3 Units)

Survey of current research in training regimen of conditioning programs designed to optimize physical conditioning in preparation for specific athletic competitions.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  203 Section 01 35944 1 Seminar 15/7 R WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Theodorides,Harry OL

MATH 1 - Mathematical Reasoning (3 Units)

Recommended for students whose majors do not include a specific mathematics requirement. Objectives are to show some of the essence and quality of mathematics, and to enhance precision in the evaluation and expression of ideas, thereby developing a student's quantitative reasoning skills. Designed to give students an understanding of some of the vocabulary, methods, and reasoning of mathematics with a focus on ideas.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    1 Section 01 34450 1 Lecture 25/4 MWF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Cummings,Jay B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
02 book for n/a    1 Section 02 36517 1 Lecture 25/2 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Olson,Kyle Robert B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
03 book for n/a    1 Section 03 34451 1 Lecture 25/4 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Cummings,Jay B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
04 book for n/a    1 Section 04 34452 1 Lecture 25/14 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Teves,Randall Kyle B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
05 book for n/a    1 Section 05 34453 1 Lecture 25/3 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Olson,Kyle Robert B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
07 book for n/a    1 Section 07 34455 1 Lecture 25/4 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Olson,Kyle Robert B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
08 book for n/a    1 Section 08 34456 1 Lecture 26/7 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Gavin,Jesse E. B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
10 book for n/a    1 Section 10 34458 1 Lecture 25/2 MWF WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Tran,Hanh B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
14 book for n/a    1 Section 14 34461 1 Lecture 25/6 MWF WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Tran,Hanh B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
16 book for n/a    1 Section 16 36522 1 Lecture 25/14 MWF WEBONLINE 0300PM-0350PM Ngo,Hien Duc B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
21 book for n/a    1 Section 21 34466 1 Lecture 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Walker,Cassandra Jean B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
22 book for n/a    1 Section 22 34467 1 Lecture 25/4 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Curry III,Albert Craig B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
24 book for n/a    1 Section 24 34469 1 Lecture 25/1 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Walker,Cassandra Jean B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
26 book for n/a    1 Section 26 34454 1 Lecture 25/15 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Mirzaagha,Mohammad E B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE
29 book for n/a    1 Section 29 34509 1 Lecture 25/9 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Hayes,Travis B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE

MATH 24 - Modern Business Math (3 Units)

Mathematics for business world, including functions, math of finance, linear programming and rates of change. Applications to economics and business will be emphasized throughout.

Prerequisite: Score of 51 or higher on ALEKS PPL exam or MATH 10

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
05 book for n/a   24 Section 05 34639 1 Lecture 25/6 MWF WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Li,Xiaozhu B4,FL,WHOLE

NURS 165 - Hospice & Palliative Nsg Care (3 Units)

Evaluation of the role of the nurse in providing family-centered care throughout the death and dying process within a historical and cultural context. Exploration of differences in organizational models to end-of-life care, including hospice and palliative care. Integration of nursing care into unique cultural values and beliefs. Examination of significant aspects of cultural and social differences in death and dying.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  165 Section 01 33748 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Haymond,Reena H
Baker,Dian L
Sharpp,Tara
GE AREA D,HY,RE
02 book for n/a  165 Section 02 33809 1 Lecture 30/11 WEBONLINE - Sharpp,Tara
Haymond,Reena H
GE AREA D,HY,RE

NURS 113 - Nursing Comm, Assess & Skills (4 Units)

Apply nursing practice concepts in assessment, skills, and professional communication in the context of laboratory scenarios and field experiences across the lifespan. Laboratory twelve hours.

Prerequisite: Admission to nursing program

Corequisite: NURS 111 and NURS 112

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  113 Section 01 33377 1 Clinical 10/3 W FLS1016 0800AM-0400PM Landers,Stephanie C
Mitchell,Robin S
HY
01 book for n/a  113 Section 01 33377 1 Clinical 10/3 R FLS1029A 0900AM-1200PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  113 Section 01 33377 1 Clinical 10/3 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1200PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a  113 Section 02 33378 1 Clinical 10/3 W FLS1017 0800AM-0400PM Landers,Stephanie C
Hunter,Amberly N
HY
02 book for n/a  113 Section 02 33378 1 Clinical 10/3 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1200PM Staff HY
03 book for n/a  113 Section 03 33379 1 Clinical 10/3 W FLS1018 0800AM-0400PM Keegan,Richard D
Landers,Stephanie C
HY
03 book for n/a  113 Section 03 33379 1 Clinical 10/3 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1200PM Staff HY
04 book for n/a  113 Section 04 33380 1 Clinical 10/4 W FLS1019 0800AM-0400PM Malarkey II,David B
Landers,Stephanie C
HY
04 book for n/a  113 Section 04 33380 1 Clinical 10/4 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1200PM Staff HY
05 book for n/a  113 Section 05 33381 1 Clinical 10/3 F FLS1020 0800AM-0400PM Hunter,Amberly N
Landers,Stephanie C
Keegan,Richard D
Cravens-Ray,Laura M.
HY
05 book for n/a  113 Section 05 33381 1 Clinical 10/3 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1200PM Staff HY
06 book for n/a  113 Section 06 33382 1 Clinical 10/3 F FLS1016 0800AM-0400PM Brady,Debra
Wolfley,Amy N
Mitchell,Robin S
Landers,Stephanie C
HY
06 book for n/a  113 Section 06 33382 1 Clinical 10/3 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1200PM Staff HY
07 book for n/a  113 Section 07 33383 1 Clinical 10/5 F FLS1017 0800AM-0400PM Balgos,Jenny N
Landers,Stephanie C
Sunkara,Sunitha
Sutherland,Suzanne
HY
07 book for n/a  113 Section 07 33383 1 Clinical 10/5 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1200PM Staff HY
08 book for n/a  113 Section 08 33384 1 Clinical 10/3 F FLS1018 0800AM-0400PM Landers,Stephanie C
Pon,Sandra M
Zalavarria,Frank S
Harvey,Elisabeth D
HY
08 book for n/a  113 Section 08 33384 1 Clinical 10/3 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1200PM Staff HY

NURS 112 - Nursing Care Of Adults (5 Units)

Introduction and application of nursing concepts in meeting health needs of adults. Emphasis is placed on health promotion and disease management across the adult life span. Lecture three hours; laboratory six-eight hours.

Note: This course require safety training and personal protective equipment (PPE).

Prerequisite: Admission to the Nursing Program

Corequisite: NURS 111, NURS 113

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  112 Section 01 33143 1 Lecture 80/22 M FLS1063 0800AM-1100AM Landers,Stephanie C
Brady,Debra
HY
01 book for n/a  112 Section 01 33143 1 Lecture 80/22 M WEBONLINE 0800AM-1100AM Brady,Debra
Landers,Stephanie C
HY

NURS 137 - NURS Childbearing Family (5 Units)

Application of nursing concepts in the care of the childbearing family and women experiencing reproductive health changes across the lifespan. Lecture three hours; laboratory six-eight hours.

Note: This course require safety training and personal protective equipment (PPE).

Prerequisite: NURS 120, NURS 123 and NURS 129 or instructor permission.

Corequisite: NURS 136.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  137 Section 01 33149 1 Lecture 80/40 F WEBONLINE 0900AM-1200PM Camarena,Christi L
Shiner,Kara
HY
10 book for n/a  137 Section 10 37253 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Shiner,Kara
Camarena,Christi L
Altmann,Tanya K
HY

NURS 139 - Lab Childrearing (1 Units)

Acquisition of knowledge and practice using tools and techniques for assessing the child and the family in a variety of settings. Laboratory three hours.

Note: May be repeated for credit

Prerequisite: NURS 120, NURS 123, NURS 129, or instructor permission

Corequisite: NURS 138

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  139 Section 01 33151 1 Laboratory 30/11 R FLS1063 0800AM-1150AM Lakich,Elyssa J
Wall Parilo,Denise M
HY
01 book for n/a  139 Section 01 33151 1 Laboratory 30/11 R WEBONLINE 0800AM-1150AM Wall Parilo,Denise M
Lakich,Elyssa J
HY
02 book for n/a  139 Section 02 33152 1 Laboratory 30/11 R FLS1016 0800AM-1150AM Lakich,Elyssa J
Wall Parilo,Denise M
HY
02 book for n/a  139 Section 02 33152 1 Laboratory 30/11 R WEBONLINE 0800AM-1150AM Lakich,Elyssa J
Wall Parilo,Denise M
HY
03 book for n/a  139 Section 03 33298 1 Laboratory 30/0 R FLS1017 0800AM-1150AM Wall Parilo,Denise M
Lakich,Elyssa J
HY
03 book for n/a  139 Section 03 33298 1 Laboratory 30/0 WEBONLINE 0800AM-1150AM Wall Parilo,Denise M
Lakich,Elyssa J
HY

NURS 138 - Nurs Childrearing Family (5 Units)

Introduction and application of nursing concepts in meeting health needs of the child from birth through adolescence. Emphasis is placed on health promotion and disease management within the context of the family and applied across multiple settings. Lecture three hours; laboratory six-eight hours.

Prerequisite: NURS 120, NURS 123, NURS 129, or instructor permission

Corequisite: NURS 139

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  138 Section 01 33150 1 Lecture 80/42 F FLS1063 0100PM-0400PM Parsh,Bridget
Wall Parilo,Denise M
HY
01 book for n/a  138 Section 01 33150 1 Lecture 80/42 F WEBONLINE 0100PM-0400PM Wall Parilo,Denise M
Parsh,Bridget
HY
10 book for n/a  138 Section 10 37252 1 Lecture 40/3 F WEBONLINE 0100PM-0400PM Wall Parilo,Denise M
Altmann,Tanya K
Parsh,Bridget
HY

NURS 136 - Lab Childbearing (1 Units)

Application of skills and assessment in the care of the childbearing family and women experiencing reproductive health changes across the lifespan.

Prerequisite: NURS 120, NURS 123 and NURS 129, or instructor permission

Corequisite: NURS 137

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 33147 1 Laboratory 30/12 R WEBONLINE 0800AM-1200PM Turk,Paula
Camarena,Christi L
Shiner,Kara
HY
02 book for n/a  136 Section 02 33148 1 Laboratory 30/8 R WEBONLINE 0800AM-1100AM Ferguson,Roxanne A.
Shiner,Kara
Baxley,Tara M.
HY
03 book for n/a  136 Section 03 33297 1 Laboratory 30/0 R WEBONLINE 0800AM-1100AM Camarena,Christi L
Turk,Paula
Shiner,Kara
HY

NURS 14 - Pharmacology (2 Units)

Basic principles of pharmacology with a focus on pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and related therapeutic implications for major drug categories. May be taken by pre-nursing or non-nursing students. Lecture two hours.

Prerequisite: Entry level physiology course, such as BIO 25 or BIO 26

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   14 Section 01 33144 1 Lecture 50/1 WEBONLINE - Keegan,Richard D
Alcala,Mia
OL
02 book for n/a   14 Section 02 33192 1 Lecture 100/9 WEBONLINE - Alcala,Mia
Keegan,Richard D
OL

NURS 123 - Nurs Fam Complex Illness (6 Units)

Provides students with the opportunity to learn and apply nursing concepts through the care of individuals and families experiencing complex illness across the adult lifespan. The focus is on skill development and the synthesis of data from multiple sources to formulate nursing interventions. Lecture three hours; laboratory six-eight hours.

Note: This course require safety training and personal protective equipment (PPE).

Prerequisite: NURS 111, NURS 112 and NURS 113; or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  123 Section 01 33145 1 Lecture 80/41 M FLS1029A 0800AM-1100AM Finn-Romero,Deborah R
Alcala,Mia
HY
01 book for n/a  123 Section 01 33145 1 Lecture 80/41 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
18 book for n/a  123 Section 18 37250 1 Lecture 40/4 M WEBONLINE 0800AM-1100AM Finn-Romero,Deborah R
Alcala,Mia
HY
18 book for n/a  123 Section 18 37250 1 Lecture 40/4 - Staff HY

NURS 129 - Mental Health Nursing (5 Units)

Provides an overview of multidimensional factors, perspectives, and approaches associated with mental health across the lifespan. Mental health concepts and interventions are applied across multiple settings. Lecture three hours; laboratory six-eight hours.

Note: This course require safety training.

Prerequisite: NURS 111, NURS 112 and NURS 113; or instructor permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  129 Section 01 33146 1 Lecture 80/47 F FLS1063 0800AM-1200PM Vaughan,Judy A.
Taylor,Terri J
Guthrie,Sharon A
HY
01 book for n/a  129 Section 01 33146 1 Lecture 80/47 F WEBONLINE 0800AM-1200PM Staff HY
10 book for n/a  129 Section 10 37251 1 Lecture 40/4 F WEBONLINE 0800AM-1200PM Altmann,Tanya K
Guthrie,Sharon A
Vaughan,Judy A.
Taylor,Terri J
HY

NURS 294 - Prac Ed Prog Dev In Nurs (3 Units)

Opportunity for analysis and synthesis of concepts of management and leadership in an educational setting while practicing the role of a nursing educator.

Prerequisite: NURS 214, may be taken concurrently.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  294 Section 01 33480 1 Thesis Research 30/18 T WEBONLINE 0745AM-0845AM Altmann,Tanya K
Baker,Dian L
Finn-Romero,Deborah R
Haymond,Reena H
HY

NURS 111 - Intro Professionl Nursing (3 Units)

Provides a conceptual base for the practice of professional nursing. The changing and expanding roles of the professional nurse in the health care delivery system are explored, with an emphasis on professional behavior, ethics, evidence-based practice and informatics. Lecture three hours.

Note: may be repeated for credit

Prerequisite: Admission to Nursing program or instructor permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 33142 1 Lecture 80/28 R WEBONLINE 0200PM-0450PM Finn-Romero,Deborah R OL

NURS 144 - Community Health Nursing (5 Units)

Contemporary role of the community health nurse is presented within a public health framework, emphasizing the concept of community as client. Presents nursing interventions related to groups and aggregates identified as high risk for the development of health problems. Clinical experience is provided across community settings. Lecture and clinical hours.

Prerequisite: NURS 136, NURS 137, NURS 138, and NURS 139, or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  144 Section 01 33154 1 Lecture 80/4 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-0400PM Fields,Bronwyn
Anderson,Jennifer L
Blackburn,Samantha
OL

POLS 1 - Essentials Of Government (3 Units)

Examines the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. system of governments and the ideas and values on which they are based. Fulfills state code requirements for U.S. Constitution and California State and Local Government. Students who believe they have a good fundamental knowledge of the institutions of American Government are encouraged to consider a designated upper division course to fulfill the state requirement.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
18 book for n/a    1 Section 18 35300 1 Lecture 0/0 WEBONLINE - Shiu,Janice CON+CA,FL,GE AREA D,WHOLE

POLS 35 - World Politics (3 Units)

Basic introduction to global politics focusing on a broad range of issues and problems relating to conflict and cooperation among nations, and on similarities and differences among nations' governmental institutions, structures and processes.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a   35 Section 02 36079 1 Lecture 0/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Cannon,Patrick G FL,GE AREA D,WHOLE
04 book for n/a   35 Section 04 36081 1 Lecture 0/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Pryor,Joshua M FL,GE AREA D,WHOLE
06 book for n/a   35 Section 06 36083 1 Lecture 0/0 T WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Cannon,Patrick G FL,GE AREA D,WHOLE
07 book for n/a   35 Section 07 36949 1 Lecture 0/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Pryor,Joshua M FL,GE AREA D,WHOLE

PSYC 199 - Special Problems (1-6 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading.

Note: Requires permission of instructor and the Department Chair.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
09 book for n/a  199 Section 09 37353 1 Independent Study 5/4 - Furtak,Sharon OL
12 book for n/a  199 Section 12 37573 1 Independent Study 5/4 - Heinicke,Megan OL
13 book for n/a  199 Section 13 37287 1 Independent Study 5/4 - Knifsend,Casey OL
14 book for n/a  199 Section 14 37474 1 Independent Study 5/3 - Kim-Ju,Greg M OL
15 book for n/a  199 Section 15 37266 1 Independent Study 5/3 - Meyers,Lawrence S OL
21 book for n/a  199 Section 21 37348 1 Independent Study 5/4 - Flicker,Sharon OL
25 book for n/a  199 Section 25 37559 1 Independent Study 5/3 - Giguere,David OL

PSYC 198B - Prospects Mentor (2-3 Units)

Provide peer mentoring and advising to Psychology majors. Develop peer mentoring knowledge and skills through training and assigned readings. Peer mentors provide psychology majors with information and experiences necessary for developing academic goals, skills, and a better understanding of the Psychology major. Conduct weekly mentee meetings to discuss topics that include academic planning, website navigation, preparations for meetings with professors, academic skills, student professionalism and resume/CV development.

Prerequisite: PSYC 4 and permission from instructor

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  198B Section 01 35146 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE 0230PM-0400PM Acob,Mayrose OL

PSYC 198A - Prospects Mentee (1 Units)

Provide psychology majors with information and experiences necessary for developing academic goals, skills, and better understanding of the Psychology major. Weekly meetings with peer mentors to discuss topics that include academic planning, website navigation, preparation for meeting with professors, academic skills, student professionalism and resume/CV development.

Note: May be repeated for credit

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  198A Section 01 35145 1 Discussion 55/0 WEBONLINE - Acob,Mayrose
Cameron,Rebecca P
OL

PT 669 - Psychosocial Issues In PT (1 Units)

This course examines psychological and social impact of and reactions to illness and physical disability. Explores elements of the psycho-social dynamics related to disability with a focus on adjustments required of the disabled and the provider. The course addresses social, cultural, personal, and familial factors which impact comprehensive rehabilitation in the clinical setting. Attention will be placed on interpersonal relationships between patients, family, health care providers, and society.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640 and PT 646.

Corequisite: PT 627, PT 644, PT 645, PT 648, PT 662.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  669 Section 01 33311 1 Lecture 32/2 F WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Lazaro,Rolando T OL

PT 662 - Differential Diagnosis PT (3 Units)

This course focuses on learning and practicing screening techniques for physical therapists to detect medical or other problems for which a referral to a medical doctor or another health care provider is indicated. Students will learn to screen patients for dysfunction in a variety of physiological systems by taking medical history, medication history, performing a risk factor assessment and manual examination, and screening various physiological systems.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640 and PT 646.

Corequisite: PT 627, PT 644, PT 645, PT 648, PT 669.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  662 Section 01 33310 1 Lecture 32/2 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0250PM Garcia,William J OL

PT 645 - Musculo Patient Mgnt II (4 Units)

This course, the second of three, focuses on acquisition and integration of knowledge and skills involved in developing and implementing management plans for patients with musculoskeletal dysfunction from sound evaluative findings. Lectures address etiology, signs and symptoms, medical, surgical, and physical therapy management of musculoskeletal dysfunction. Labs address safe and effective evaluation and interventions, specifically joint mobilizations. Joint mobilizations will cover one technique per joint restriction. This course addresses upper extremity and spine dysfunction.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640 and PT 646.

Corequisite: PT 627, PT 644, PT 645, PT 648, PT 662, PT 669.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  645 Section 01 33343 1 Lecture 32/2 MW WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Garcia,William J
Green,Erin M
OL
02 book for n/a  645 Section 02 33344 1 Laboratory 16/0 MW FLS1066 0900AM-1150AM Garcia,William J
Green,Erin M
HY
02 book for n/a  645 Section 02 33344 1 Laboratory 16/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a  645 Section 03 33345 1 Laboratory 16/2 MW FLS1056 0900AM-1150AM Green,Erin M
Garcia,William J
HY
03 book for n/a  645 Section 03 33345 1 Laboratory 16/2 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

PT 648 - Hlth Care Delivery PT I (2 Units)

This course provides a historical overview of health care delivery and financing in the U.S., up to and including the current effects on the delivery of physical therapy care. The continuum of care concept, an overview of national economic policy and the mechanisms for financing physical therapy services will be presented. Administrative topics including human resources, financial management, planning, marketing, patient's rights, and medical records management will be covered.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640 and PT 646.

Corequisite: PT 627, PT 644, PT 645, PT 662, PT 669.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  648 Section 01 33346 1 Lecture 32/2 F WEBONLINE 0800AM-0950AM Thompson,Scott OL

PT 644 - Adult Neuromusc PT Mngmt II (4 Units)

This course is the second in a three course sequence focused on acquisition and integration of knowledge and skills needed to manage patients with movement dysfunctions caused by neurological damage (Referred to in the Guide as Neuromuscular Practice Patterns). Focus is on development and implementation of plans of care based on sound evaluative findings and evidence of efficacy. Case presentation, video demonstrations, and patient contact is used to develop evaluation, treatment and problem solving skills.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640 and PT 646.

Corequisite: PT 627, PT 645, PT 648, PT 662, PT 669.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  644 Section 01 33340 1 Lecture 32/2 TR WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Mattern-Baxter,Katrin
Moore,Brian M
OL
02 book for n/a  644 Section 02 33341 1 Laboratory 16/0 TR FLS1059 0900AM-1150AM Moore,Brian M
Mattern-Baxter,Katrin
HY
03 book for n/a  644 Section 03 33342 1 Laboratory 16/2 TR FLS1056 0900AM-1150AM Mattern-Baxter,Katrin
Moore,Brian M
HY

PT 660B - Grad Pt Seminar IB: Research (1 Units)

This seminar is the second designed for advanced study and mentoring in physical therapy research. Students will be participating in faculty-directed research projects. Students' activities will vary depending on the faculty member and research project being conducted. Students are required to perform at least fifty hours of activities toward the directed research project to receive credit for this course. This course satisfies one of two requirements for selected seminars in the DPT curriculum.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  660B Section 01 33347 1 Seminar 32/8 WEBONLINE - Mattern-Baxter,Katrin OL

PT 627 - Physical Therapy Educator (1 Units)

This course presents the role of the physical therapist as health educator. The course introduces teaching and learning theory, learning domains, the identification of learning styles, and teaching strategies to address different learner needs across the life-span. Students will practice instructional formats and prepare and analyze patient education materials. Students will practice applications of appropriate technology for the design of professional presentations. Self-assessment, reflection and peer-assessment are required course components.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640, PT 646.

Corequisite: PT 644, PT 645, PT 648, PT 662, PT 669.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  627 Section 01 33339 1 Lecture 32/2 F WEBONLINE 1030AM-1120AM Lazaro,Rolando T OL

PT 622 - Evidence Informed Practice II (3 Units)

Designed to build upon the data analysis and research design topics covered in PT 602. Emphasis will be placed on evidence based methodologies currently used in the physical therapy literature evaluating the effectiveness of interventions, the validity of outcome measures, the validity of diagnostic measures, and the identification of prognostic measures.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerquisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630.

Corequisite: PT 604, PT 606, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  622 Section 01 33072 1 Lecture 32/1 TR WEBONLINE 0930AM-1050AM Macleod,Toran D OL

PT 620 - Physical Ther Interventions I (3 Units)

In this course students learn, practice and demonstrate the clinical application of basic exercise regimes for the prevention of limitations, improvement of functional abilities and the treatment of disorders associated with the neuromuscular, skeletal and cardiopulmonary systems. In addition, the application of motor control principles to exercise and aquatic therapy are addressed.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630.

Corequisite: PT 604, PT 606, PT 614, PT 618, PT 622.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  620 Section 01 33073 1 Lecture 32/1 TR WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Thompson,Scott
Escamilla,Ralph
OL
02 book for n/a  620 Section 02 33074 1 Laboratory 16/0 TR FLS1066 0200PM-0450PM Thompson,Scott
Escamilla,Ralph
HY
03 book for n/a  620 Section 03 33075 1 Laboratory 16/1 TR FLS1056 0200PM-0450PM Thompson,Scott
Escamilla,Ralph
HY
03 book for n/a  620 Section 03 33075 1 Laboratory 16/1 WEBONLINE - Escamilla,Ralph
Thompson,Scott
HY

PT 618 - Foundations Patient Management (1 Units)

This course introduces the disablement model that forms the conceptual framework for understanding and organizing the practice of physical therapy. The model delineates the possible consequences of disease and injury for the person and society. The course goes on to identify how the model informs the five elements of patient management: Examination, Evaluation, Diagnosis, Prognosis (including Plan of Care), and Intervention. The course will further expand on professionalism introduced in PT 608.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630.

Corequisite: PT 604, PT 606, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  618 Section 01 33309 1 Lecture 32/1 M WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Coleman-Salgado,Bryan OL

PT 660G - Graduate PT Seminar IG (2 Units)

This seminar is designed to prepare students to take the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Examination. The seminar covers the topics of excercise physiology, bioenergetics, nutritional factors in performance, resistance, speed, and agility training, endocrine responses to resistance training, exercise testing, and other training considerations. This course satisfies one of two requirements for selected seminars in the curriculum.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640, PT 644, PT 645, PT 646, PT 648, PT 662, PT 669.

Corequisite: PT 663, PT 664, PT 665, PT 668

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
1 book for n/a  660G Section 1 33608 1 Lecture 35/3 F WEBONLINE 0130PM-0320PM Escamilla,Ralph OL

PT 604 - Principles Human Movement (2 Units)

This course focuses on developing an understanding of components of human movement under normal and pathological conditions. Content includes the American Physical Therapy Association Model of Practice, models of disablement, contemporary concepts of motor learning and motor control, task analysis, and theories of the recovery of function. The course includes a review of the foundations of neuroanatomy for normal movement.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630.

Corequisite: PT 606, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  604 Section 01 33304 1 Lecture 32/1 M WEBONLINE 0930AM-1130AM Macleod,Toran D OL

PT 606 - Therptc Measurmnt Tech I (4 Units)

In this course students acquire general physical therapy examination, evaluation and patient handling skills. Students will practice and demonstrate techniques under faculty supervision in the following areas: Measurement of vital signs, manual strength testing, testing of joint range of motion and muscle length, patient positioning, transfer techniques, gait training, use of wheelchairs, and use of assistive devices.

Note: Open to Physical Therapy majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630.

Corequisite: PT 604, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  606 Section 01 33305 1 Lecture 32/1 MW WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Lazaro,Rolando T OL
02 book for n/a  606 Section 02 33306 1 Laboratory 16/0 MW FLS1056 0200PM-0450PM Pearsall,Ashley T
Lazaro,Rolando T
HY
02 book for n/a  606 Section 02 33306 1 Laboratory 16/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a  606 Section 03 33307 1 Laboratory 16/1 MW FLS1066 0200PM-0450PM Lazaro,Rolando T
Pearsall,Ashley T
HY
03 book for n/a  606 Section 03 33307 1 Laboratory 16/1 WEBONLINE - Lazaro,Rolando T
Pearsall,Ashley T
HY

PT 689 - Doctoral Project Proposal (1 Units)

The Doctoral Project Proposal must demonstrate students' understandings of the application of current evidence-based practice in a multicultural and complex health care environment. The proposal must be of sufficient rigor to ensure students' demonstrations of critical and independent thinking and abilities to interpret the research literature and apply to current physical therapist practice. The proposal includes a written document and oral defense. Open to Physical Therapy Majors only.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 604, PT 606, PT 608, PT 614, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622, PT 624, PT 625, PT 626, PT 630, PT 632, PT 634, PT 636, PT 638, PT 640, and PT 646

Corequisite: PT 627, PT 644, PT 645, PT 648, PT 662, and PT 669

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  689 Section 01 33601 1 Thesis Research 2/0 WEBONLINE - Coleman-Salgado,Bryan OL
2 book for n/a  689 Section 2 33609 1 Thesis Research 6/0 WEBONLINE - Escamilla,Ralph OL
3 book for n/a  689 Section 3 33610 1 Thesis Research 2/0 WEBONLINE - Garcia,William J OL
4 book for n/a  689 Section 4 33611 1 Thesis Research 2/0 WEBONLINE - Green,Erin M OL
5 book for n/a  689 Section 5 33612 1 Thesis Research 4/0 WEBONLINE - Macleod,Toran D OL
6 book for n/a  689 Section 6 33613 1 Thesis Research 6/0 WEBONLINE - Mattern-Baxter,Katrin OL
7 book for n/a  689 Section 7 33614 1 Thesis Research 4/0 WEBONLINE - Moore,Brian M OL
8 book for n/a  689 Section 8 33615 1 Thesis Research 2/0 WEBONLINE - Lazaro,Rolando T OL
9 book for n/a  689 Section 9 33673 1 Thesis Research 2/0 WEBONLINE - Thompson,Scott OL

PT 614 - Neuroscience for PT (3 Units)

This course is designed to prepare clinicians to better understand the neurological control of human behavior. A systems approach is used to examine the major anatomical and physiological principles and mechanisms by which the nervous system controls behavior under normal and pathological conditions. Because the course is being taught to health care professionals, clinical correlates of each system will also be presented. One class session is dedicated to presentation of human gross anatomical specimens.

Prerequisite: BIO 633, PT 600, PT 602, PT 608, PT 630.

Corequisite: PT 604, PT 606, PT 618, PT 620, PT 622.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  614 Section 01 33308 1 Lecture 32/1 WF WEBONLINE 0930AM-1050AM Mckeough,Michael
Moore,Brian M
OL

RPTA 32 - Leadership Group Development (3 Units)

The purpose of this course is for students to develop an understanding of the theory and practice of leadership in various recreational organizational settings. The course will allow students the opportunity to develop leadership skills through lectures, self-assessments, experiential exercises, class discussions and case studies. Students are exposed to diverse theories and perspectives on leadership and are encouraged to apply critical thinking skills to develop their own working philosophy of the leadership that will serve them in their career contexts.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a   32 Section 02 33607 1 Lecture 25/13 W WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Merritt,Hunter E,FL,WHOLE
04 book for n/a   32 Section 04 36670 1 Lecture 25/1 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Breunig,Mary C E,FL,WHOLE

SOC 1 - Principles of Sociology (3 Units)

Introduction to the field of sociology; its basic concepts and principles; the analysis and explanation of culture, personality, social institutions, social change, population, social processes and collective behavior.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
09 book for n/a    1 Section 09 35472 1 Lecture 40/2 WEBONLINE - Bianchi,Paul Jeffrey FL,GE AREA D,WHOLE

STAT 1 - Intro To Statistics (3 Units)

Descriptive statistics, basic concepts of probability and sampling with the aim of introducing fundamental notions and techniques of statistical inference.

Prerequisite: Math 10 or a score of 51 or higher on a proctored ALEKS PPL exam.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
19 book for n/a    1 Section 19 35680 1 Lecture 154/39 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Zhong,Kathy B4,FL,M3UND,WHOLE

STAT 10B - Intro Stat II w/ Dev. Math (3 Units)

Continuation of STAT 10A. Stat 10B prepares students for research methods applications/ courses in various disciplines. Topics include: Continuous random variables and normal distribution; sampling distributions and the central limit theorem; confidence intervals and tests of hypotheses for means, proportions, difference in means and difference in proportions; and chi-squared tests for categorical data analysis. Lecture three hours.

Prerequisite: STAT 10A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   10B Section 01 34387 1 Lecture 25/11 MWF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Fleshman,Dane R. B4,FL,STWY,WHOLE
02 book for n/a   10B Section 02 34737 1 Lecture 25/10 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Fleshman,Dane R. B4,FL,STWY,WHOLE

THEA 20 - Lighting (3 Units)

Principles of stage lighting, fixtures, control and color. Introduction to basic concepts and practices of lighting design. Lecture/lab activity.

Note: May not be taken concurrently with THEA 14 or THEA 16 without instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   20 Section 01 30947 1 Discussion 16/0 T WEBONLINE 1200PM-0140PM Fireheart,Stacy D OL,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a   20 Section 02 30948 1 Laboratory 16/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0140PM Fireheart,Stacy D OL,PARTIAL

THEA 104 - Acting Study II (3 Units)

To further develop the basic concepts of acting through scene work from the American modern repertoire. Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of a play's given circumstances, and the commitment required to make bold, active tactic choices when developing a character. Further investigation of the actor's process in analyzing text and incorporating research through character analysis, as it ties into performance, are explored.

Prerequisite: THEA 11, THEA 102A or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  104 Section 01 30949 1 Activity 16/0 TR SHS113 1200PM-0140PM Felten,Michelle J HY

THEA 100 - Script Analysis (3 Units)

Through lecture and discussion, students explore the foundational elements of play scripts. The class investigates the structure of a play as well as its use of character, thought, plot, diction, song, and spectacle to analyze how a play's social and cultural elements inform potential productions.

Prerequisite: THEA 2, THEA 3

Corequisite: THEA 3

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  100 Section 01 30925 1 Discussion 25/1 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Glamsch,Kerry M OL

THEA 109 - Musical Theatre (3 Units)

Practical study in singer-actor performance techniques. Major consideration is given to coordination of gesture and/or choreography, dialogue, melody, and lyric.

Prerequisite: THEA 11

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  109 Section 01 31269 1 Activity 16/6 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1110AM Battista,Gia OL

THEA 102A - Voice+Movement I (3 Units)

Introduction to the basic fundamentals of voice production and movement for the actor. Basic anatomy and physiology, relaxation, alignment, and breath work and its connection to movement. Feldenkrais, the Alexander Technique, and physical strengthening exercises are used in combination with vocal exercises to develop the actor's voice and body. Vocal and physical improvisation are introduced through various voice and movement exercises.

Prerequisite: THEA 11.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  102A Section 01 30942 1 Activity 16/2 TR SHS113 0900AM-1040AM McClellan,Casey HY

THEA 131 - Costume Design (3 Units)

Study of costume history, design elements, play and character analysis, rendering and presentation techniques, and production procedures. Practical experience in the basics of costume construction with a focus on character interpretation and collaboration with other theatre artists.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  131 Section 01 30939 1 Discussion 16/7 T 1200PM-0140PM Minnihan,Jessica A OL
02 book for n/a  131 Section 02 30944 1 Laboratory 16/7 R 1200PM-0140PM Minnihan,Jessica A OL

THEA 9 - Appreciation Of Acting (3 Units)

Examination of the art of acting, including a review of actors and acting - past and present. Basic exercises in voice and diction, movement, and character will be utilized.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    9 Section 01 30952 1 Discussion 55/21 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Glamsch,Kerry M ARTS (C1),OL
03 book for n/a    9 Section 03 30927 1 Discussion 55/23 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Glamsch,Kerry M ARTS (C1),OL

THEA 190 - Senior Production (2 Units)

This capstone course provides practical experience in theatrical production by focusing on the foundational elements of play production and the collaborative page-to-page production process.

Prerequisite: THEA 2, THEA 3, THEA 11, THEA 14, THEA 16, THEA 20, THEA 100, THEA 120A, THEA 104, THEA 107, THEA 120 (3 units), THEA 121 and THEA 123 or THEA 131.

Corequisite: THEA 120 (3 units) may be taken concurrently if needed

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 30955 1 Lecture 12/0 M SHS113 1200PM-0115PM Felten,Michelle J HY
02 book for n/a  190 Section 02 30956 1 Activity 12/0 W SHS113 1200PM-0115PM Felten,Michelle J HY

THEA 144 - Women/Theatre:Stage Diverse (3 Units)

Survey and performance course that focuses on identity theories and the contributions of contemporary female theatre artists.

Lecture two hours; lab two hours.

Cross Listed: WOMS 144; only one may be counted for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  144 Section 01 31244 1 Discussion 25/5 T WEBONLINE 0300PM-0440PM Limon,Nicole C ARTS (C1),OL,RE
02 book for n/a  144 Section 02 31245 1 Activity 25/5 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0440PM Limon,Nicole C ARTS (C1),OL,RE

THEA 199 - Special Problems Theatre (1-3 Units)

Individual project or directed reading.

Note: Departmental petition required.

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  199 Section 01 30932 1 Independent Study 10/6 WEBONLINE - Bayne,Lorelei E OL
02 book for n/a  199 Section 02 30954 1 Independent Study 10/10 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

THEA 123 - Lighting and Set Design (3 Units)

Advancement in the methods of developing concepts for and of productions involving analysis of the script, research and spatial awareness in relation to scenic and lighting design.

Prerequisite: THEA 16 and THEA 20 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  123 Section 01 36599 1 Lecture 16/3 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-1040AM Fireheart,Stacy D OL
02 book for n/a  123 Section 02 36600 1 Activity 16/3 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1040AM Fireheart,Stacy D OL

THEA 11 - Acting Study I (3 Units)

An introduction to, and a solid working foundation of, the basic building blocks of the acting craft. Through ensemble building, personal reflection, physical commitment, and vocal awareness exercises, students have the opportunity to improve and grow as an actor in both individual and partnered performance. Key learning goals include the ability to understand, interpret and execute the foundational elements of drama (plot, character, thought, and language).

Prerequisite: Theatre and Dance Majors or Minors or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   11 Section 01 30928 1 Activity 16/8 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Heard,Shaun D OL,PARTIAL

THEA 120A - Practicum Technical Production (1 Units)

Practical experience in handling technical stagecraft problems, stage management, and crew management. Activity and participation in major productions. Four hours per week minimum required in workshop.

Note: THEA 120A requires students to work on one departmental production a semester for a minimum of 4 hours/week; may be repeated for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  120A Section 01 30934 1 Activity 20/0 F SHS113 0900AM-1150AM Munoz,Justin Daniel HY,PARTIAL
02 book for n/a  120A Section 02 36732 1 Activity 20/0 F SHS113 1200PM-0250PM Minnihan,Jessica A HY

THEA 174 - Multicul Persp Am Theatre (3 Units)

Study of the historical and artistic contributions of Native Americans, Chicano/Latinos, African-Americans and Asian-Americans to American Theatre. Focuses on a range of plays from various ethnic and racial groups, forming a multicultural classroom experience; specifically study groups, from 1965 to the present, and examine the cultural, sociological and political climate in which these plays were created.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  174 Section 01 30941 1 Lecture 55/5 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Limon,Nicole C ARTS (C1),OL,RE

THEA 173 - Cntmp Chicano/Latino Thea (3 Units)

Study of contemporary Chicano/Latino, Chicana/Latina theatre and drama from 1965 to the present, and its approaches toward performance. The course focuses on new trends, influences and new developments in playwriting, directing, performance styles, and its impact on the movie industry.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  173 Section 01 36928 1 Lecture 55/31 M WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Limon,Nicole C ARTS (C1),OL

THEA 121 - Rehearsal & Performance (1 Units)

Participation in the preparation, rehearsal and performance of a departmental production. Approximately 50 hours of participation (including rehearsal and performance time) for one unit of credit. Admission by audition. A total of six undergraduate units may be taken.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 30930 1 Activity 20/11 M SLN1010 0500PM-0750PM Brown,Bernard J HY
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 30930 1 Activity 20/11 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 30931 1 Activity 20/13 T SHS113 0500PM-0750PM Williams III,Samuel W HY
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 30931 1 Activity 20/13 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 30950 1 Activity 20/12 W SHS113 0500PM-0750PM Forbes-Erickson,D. Amy-Rose HY
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 30950 1 Activity 20/12 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
04 book for n/a  121 Section 04 31331 1 Activity 20/14 R SLN1010 0500PM-0750PM Flickinger,Philip HY
04 book for n/a  121 Section 04 31331 1 Activity 20/14 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

THEA 111 - Audition Technique (3 Units)

An in-depth study of the business of becoming a working professional actor and the techniques needed when auditioning for a professional theatre company. Students prepare an audition repertoire that is appropriate to their age and type; audition for a panel of theatre professionals and receive feedback for both areas of skill and those needing improvement. Resumes, headshots, trade papers, skill sets, and financial budgeting are examples of the areas included within the content of this course. An introduction to television/commercial and musical theatre audition techniques is also incorporated.

Prerequisite: THEA 11, THEA 102A &/OR THEA 102B, THEA 104; Musical Theatre minors must also take THEA 109.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 36598 1 Activity 16/1 TR SHS113 0300PM-0440PM Felten,Michelle J HY

WOMS 180 - Seminar Feminist Theory (3 Units)

Advanced course providing detailed inquiry into specific feminist theories, including their conceptual framework and development, relationship to other political theories and application to the current practices of feminism.

Prerequisite: WOMS 110 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  180 Section 01 34848 1 Seminar 32/0 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Josephson,Tristan OL

WOMS 118 - Asian American Women (3 Units)

Using an interdisciplinary approach, course offers a broad introduction to broad principle values and traditions shaping Asian American women's lives in the U.S. Examines cultural diversity, gender inequality and conflicts between traditions and social practices through critical analysis of literature, film and cultural theories as expressions of identity. Topics covered include: cultural heritage and philosophies, intergenerational conflict, transnationalism, gender roles and socio-economic practices. Comprehensive understanding principle factors governing Asian American women's lives at the nexus of Asian and American cultures.

Cross-listed: ETHN 118.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  118 Section 01 34969 1 Lecture 46/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Hattari,Ligaya HUM (C2),OL

WOMS 115 - Intro To Womens Studies (3 Units)

Introduction to the origins and models of Women's Studies. Explores the significance of a new field of study, and examines the methods of interdisciplinary study. Provides an opportunity to read a number of Women's Studies "classics" and to trace the development of feminist theory.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  115 Section 01 34845 1 Lecture 45/2 M WEBONLINE 0530PM-0820PM Castorena,Sohnya S GE AREA D,OL

WOMS 133 - Gender & Health (3 Units)

This course explores feminist analyses of medicine. An intersectional approach to how medical science constructs knowledge about health will be examined. This interdisciplinary study draws on humanities and social sciences; feminism; medical, scientific, and clinical literature; popular sources; and web discourses. How gender, race, class, sexuality, ethnicity, nationality, and disability intersect and shape behavior and experience will be analyzed. Contemporary social movements and activism by women and LGBTQIA+ people will also be discussed.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  133 Section 01 35194 1 Lecture 45/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Jones,Cara OL,UB5

WOMS 139 - Violence Against Women (3 Units)

Consider from an international feminist perspective the forms of violence directed at women. It will also look at contemporary attitudes towards women, children, power, aggression and sexuality. Topics include sexual assault; child abuse; medical violence; psychiatric violence; economic violence; and military violence. Also examines the ways in which women are individually and collectively combating these various forms of violence.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  139 Section 01 35060 1 Discussion 45/3 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Fuller,Sharon GE AREA D,OL

WOMS 110 - Intro Womens Movements (3 Units)

An examination of the institutional structures, practices and ideals contributing to feminist struggles, and achievements of women?s movements in the United States. This course explores how factors of race, class, gender, and sexuality have contributed to the emergence of feminist consciousness and struggles for social justice in the United States from the nineteenth century to the present time.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  110 Section 01 34844 1 Lecture 45/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Josephson,Tristan GE AREA D,OL

WOMS 144 - Women+Theater:Stg Divrsty (3 Units)

Includes study of recent feminist performance theory and criticism and its application to acting, directing, and writing for the theatre. Students will participate in both lecture/discussion and activities, including the creation of a final performance. Lecture two hours; lab two hours.

Cross Listed: THEA 144; only one may be counted for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  144 Section 01 35448 1 Discussion 15/3 T WEBONLINE 0300PM-0440PM Limon,Nicole C ARTS (C1),OL,RE
02 book for n/a  144 Section 02 35449 1 Activity 15/3 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0440PM Limon,Nicole C ARTS (C1),OL,RE

WOMS 172 - LGBTQ Histories (3 Units)

This course provides an introduction to the study of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) histories. Uses an interdisciplinary and comparative approach to explore the historical emergence and development of LGBTQ identities, communities, and political movements. Includes theoretical analysis of the history of gender and sexuality and the practice of historical analysis.

Cross Listed: HIST 172; only one may be taken for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  172 Section 01 35624 1 Lecture 22/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Josephson,Tristan OL

WOMS 75 - Intro to Disability Studies (3 Units)

This course is an introduction to disability studies. An intersectional approach to knowledge construction about disability will be examined. This interdisciplinary study draws on humanities and social sciences, feminism, medical and scientific literature, and popular sources. How gender, race, class, sexuality, ethnicity, and nationality intersect with disability to shape experience will be analyzed. Historical and contemporary social movements and activism by people with disabilities will also be discussed.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   75 Section 01 35272 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Jones,Cara GE AREA D,OL,PARTIAL

WOMS 146 - Women In Art (3 Units)

Study of the unique and important contributions of women to the visual arts (Renaissance to present) and their personal struggle toward success and recognition. The Women's Art Movement and its impact on education, museums and women's status in the arts are important topics of this class.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  146 Section 01 34846 1 Lecture 45/2 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Hall,Vicki A ARTS (C1),OL

WOMS 137 - Women Of Color (3 Units)

Examines the social, economic, and cultural uniqueness of various ethnic groups in the U.S. Includes discussion of definitions of sexism, racism, economic exploitation, feminism, and the nature and evolution of the women's movement in relation to women of color.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  137 Section 01 35041 1 Lecture 45/2 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Tanemura,Janice GE AREA D,OL,RE

WOMS 147 - Women's Global Issues (3 Units)

Provides a historical overview, as well as in-depth studies of the similarities and differences in feminist developments from an international perspective. Examples will be drawn from industrialized democracies, centrally planned socialist states, and third world countries. Pluralistic trends in feminist development within countries will also be examined with a view to understanding the differential impact of gender based discrimination on different categories of women.

Prerequisite: Minimum 45 units completed

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  147 Section 01 34847 1 Lecture 40/12 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Moni,Sujatha OL

WOMS 136 - Gender, Race+Class (3 Units)

Designed to examine the effects of the dynamic interaction of gender, race, and class on women. The social construction of gender, race, and class will also be examined. Other topics to be discussed and researched are the effects of sexism, racism, and classicism on institutions such as academia, business, government, religion, and social movements. Also provides an analysis of effective techniques to end sexism, racism, and classicism.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09; or WPJ score of 80+; or 3-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W; or 4-unit placement in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X; or WPJ score 70 or 71 and co-enrollment in ENGL 109X.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 34970 1 Lecture 35/1 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Mukiibi,Elizabeth GE AREA D,OL,RE,WI

WOMS 125 - Sex & Gender in South Asia (3 Units)

This course focuses on love, sex & gender in the cultures of South Asia starting with ancient times to the present. The influence of social customs, traditions, religion, and social class on human relationships will be examined using various texts and films. Gender and sexual identity, sexual desire, eroticism, sex role stereotyping, violence against women, gay and transgender people, subversive desires and the threat they post to patriarchal structures will be explored.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  125 Section 01 35623 1 Lecture 42/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Moni,Sujatha HUM (C2),OL

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Class Attribute Codes

A1 - Oral Communication (A1)

A2 - Written Communication (A2)

A3 - Critical Thinking (A3)

ARTS (C1) - Arts (Area C1)

B1 - Physical Science (B1)

B2 - Life Forms (B2)

B3 - Laboratory (B3)

B4 - Math Concepts & Quantitative Reasoning (B4)

CON+CA - U.S. Constitution + California State & Local Govt

E - Understanding Personal Development (E)

FL - Fully Online (no In-Person Meetings Incl. Finals)

FLR - SAC:FOREIGN LANGUAGE GRAD REQ

GE AREA D - GE AREA D

HUM (C2) - Humanities (Area C2)

HY - Hybrid (OnLine & In-Person Meetings)

I - Service Learning Internship

M3UND - Math/QR-Early Start Category 3 UNDECIDED

OL - Online

PARTIAL - Seats in the Course

R - Required Service Learning Course

RE - Race & Ethnicity Graduation Requirement (RE)

S - Service Learning Course

STWY - Statway Course

UB5 - Upper Division Further Studies in Area B5

US HISTORY - United States History

WHOLE - Section of the Course

WI - SAC:WRITING INTENSIVE GRAD REQ

Y - Teacher Credential Program Course

Session Codes

1 - Regular Academic Session (01/25/2021 to 05/14/2021)

SNS - Self Support Nonstandard Dates (01/25/2021 to 05/14/2021)