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Class Schedule For Online, Hybrid, and Televised Courses - Spring 2022

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ACCY 143 - Accounting Data Analytics (3 Units)

Examines the changing technological environment in accounting, and the role of data analytics in accounting. This course will help students to understand different structured and unstructured accounting data, and develop new analytic skills to make better accounting decisions. It will also improve students' ability to conduct audit analytical procedures in accordance with financial reporting regulatory requirements.

Prerequisite: ACCY 112

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  143 Section 01 36479 1 Discussion 55/0 WEBONLINE - Mohapatra,Partha S OL

ACCY 131 - Surv Aud,Attest+Assr Topc (3 Units)

Survey of topics in auditing as a control activity in society. 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, professional ethics, auditing computer systems, statistical sampling, and internal controls.

Prerequisite: ACCY 111, ACCY 112.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  131 Section 01 31473 1 Discussion 50/3 MW BRH114 0430PM-0545PM Liu,Caixing HY
01 book for n/a  131 Section 01 31473 1 Discussion 50/3 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Liu,Caixing HY
02 book for n/a  131 Section 02 31474 1 Discussion 50/6 TR ALP232 1200PM-0115PM Mubako,Grace HY
02 book for n/a  131 Section 02 31474 1 Discussion 50/6 T WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Mubako,Grace HY
03 book for n/a  131 Section 03 31567 1 Discussion 50/27 TR ALP232 0130PM-0245PM Mubako,Grace HY
03 book for n/a  131 Section 03 31567 1 Discussion 50/27 T WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Mubako,Grace HY

ACCY 171 - Federal Tax Procedures I (3 Units)

Federal taxation concepts are used in effective decision making; a working knowledge of the concepts of gross income, deductions, tax rates, and property transactions as they pertain to C corporations, partnerships, S corporations, and individuals; and proficiency in the application of tax concepts as they pertain to business and individual taxpayers.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  171 Section 01 31559 1 Discussion 50/10 MW TAH1003 0130PM-0245PM Jang,Daun HY
01 book for n/a  171 Section 01 31559 1 Discussion 50/10 WEBONLINE - Jang,Daun HY
02 book for n/a  171 Section 02 31589 1 Discussion 50/20 MW TAH1003 0300PM-0415PM Jang,Daun HY
02 book for n/a  171 Section 02 31589 1 Discussion 50/20 WEBONLINE - Jang,Daun HY
03 book for n/a  171 Section 03 31614 1 Discussion 50/1 TR AMD152 0130PM-0245PM Lyon,Elizabeth HY
03 book for n/a  171 Section 03 31614 1 Discussion 50/1 WEBONLINE - Lyon,Elizabeth HY
04 book for n/a  171 Section 04 35809 1 Discussion 50/3 TR AMD152 0300PM-0415PM Lyon,Elizabeth HY
04 book for n/a  171 Section 04 35809 1 Discussion 50/3 WEBONLINE - Lyon,Elizabeth HY

ACCY 172 - Federal Tax Procedures II (3 Units)

Business entity formation, operation, and termination and business taxation principles and concepts used in effective decision-making. Students develop the ability to understand and apply business tax principles and the critical and analytical skills that are necessary in the study and application of taxation and tax law.

Prerequisite: ACCY 171.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  172 Section 01 31553 1 Discussion 55/0 TR AMD152 1030AM-1145AM Lyon,Elizabeth HY
01 book for n/a  172 Section 01 31553 1 Discussion 55/0 WEBONLINE - Lyon,Elizabeth HY

ACCY 121 - Cost Accounting (3 Units)

Importance of the allocation of costs; the cost allocation techniques available to accountants; the techniques used by management to maintain and create enterprise value, e.g., CVP analysis; the accountant's responsibility for the management of inventory; and the ethical consideration in internal reporting.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 31652 1 Discussion 55/0 MW EUR107 1200PM-0115PM Pforsich,Hugh D HY
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 31652 1 Discussion 55/0 WEBONLINE - Pforsich,Hugh D HY
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 31653 1 Discussion 55/0 TR ALP204 0130PM-0245PM Deng,Feng HY
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 31653 1 Discussion 55/0 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Deng,Feng HY
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 31683 1 Discussion 55/0 TR ALP204 0300PM-0415PM Deng,Feng HY
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 31683 1 Discussion 55/0 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Deng,Feng HY

ACCY 161 - Govt+Nonprofit Accounting (3 Units)

Fundamentals of accounting and financial reporting for governmental units and institutions; accounting for various types of funds; accounting aspects of budgetary control.

Prerequisite: ACCY 111

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  161 Section 01 31543 1 Discussion 55/1 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Ogilby,Suzanne M OL
02 book for n/a  161 Section 02 31622 1 Discussion 55/0 TR LIB3021 0900AM-1015AM Kim,Won Jung HY
02 book for n/a  161 Section 02 31622 1 Discussion 55/0 WEBONLINE - Kim,Won Jung HY

ACCY 117 - Advanced Accounting (3 Units)

Specialized topics in partnership accounting; consolidated statements; foreign currency translation and financial statements.

Prerequisite: ACCY 111 and ACCY 112.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  117 Section 02 36775 1 Discussion 55/0 WEBONLINE - Zhang,Jin OL

ACCY 113 - Intermediate Acctg III (3 Units)

Application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles to revenue recognition and matching, pensions, leases, income taxes, accounting changes, interim financial statements, and segmental reporting. Students develop an in-depth knowledge of the preparation and the analysis of the cash flow statement.

Prerequisite: ACCY 111.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  113 Section 01 31507 1 Discussion 55/7 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Ogilby,Suzanne M OL
02 book for n/a  113 Section 02 31625 1 Discussion 55/9 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Ogilby,Suzanne M OL

ACCY 112 - Intermediate Acctg II (3 Units)

Application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles to the reporting of tangible and intangible assets, liabilities, and the capital section of the balance sheet. Other topics include the reporting of stock-based compensation and earnings-per-share.

Prerequisite: ACCY 111.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  112 Section 01 31545 1 Discussion 50/24 MW BRH104 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Caixing HY
01 book for n/a  112 Section 01 31545 1 Discussion 50/24 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Caixing HY
02 book for n/a  112 Section 02 31558 1 Discussion 50/3 MW BRH114 0300PM-0415PM Liu,Caixing HY
02 book for n/a  112 Section 02 31558 1 Discussion 50/3 M WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Liu,Caixing HY
03 book for n/a  112 Section 03 31568 1 Discussion 50/0 TR TAH1003 1200PM-0115PM Xiong,Yan HY
03 book for n/a  112 Section 03 31568 1 Discussion 50/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Xiong,Yan HY

ACCY 111 - Intermediate Acctg I (3 Units)

In-depth knowledge of how financial information provides information about a company's: economic resources, obligations, and owner's equity; income and its components; and cash flows. Topics include the development and application of basic assumptions, principles and constraints underlying financial statements; the use of information derived from financial statements and the limitations of the information; and the use of accounting information to evaluate a company's return on investment, risk, financial, flexibility, liquidity, and operational capability. Students learn how to prepare financial statements.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 31547 1 Discussion 50/25 TR ALP232 0900AM-1015AM Xiong,Yan HY
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 31547 1 Discussion 50/25 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Xiong,Yan HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 31611 1 Discussion 50/5 TR ALP232 1030AM-1145AM Xiong,Yan HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 31611 1 Discussion 50/5 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Xiong,Yan HY
03 book for n/a  111 Section 03 31624 1 Discussion 50/30 MW ALP236 0130PM-0245PM Roberts,Roslyn A HY
03 book for n/a  111 Section 03 31624 1 Discussion 50/30 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Roberts,Roslyn A HY
04 book for n/a  111 Section 04 35808 1 Discussion 50/33 MW LIB3021 0430PM-0545PM Roberts,Roslyn A HY
04 book for n/a  111 Section 04 35808 1 Discussion 50/33 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Roberts,Roslyn A HY

ACCY 1 - Accounting Fundamentals (3 Units)

Accounting as the basis of an information system with emphasis on concepts and assumptions underlying data accumulation for financial reports. Includes the concepts of income determination and financial position, and the accounting for various types of ownership equities.

Prerequisite: Entry Level Math (ELM) test of at least 36 or a CR grade in LS 7A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
04 book for n/a    1 Section 04 31639 1 Discussion 55/0 MW ALP236 1200PM-0115PM Roberts,Roslyn A HY
04 book for n/a    1 Section 04 31639 1 Discussion 55/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Roberts,Roslyn A HY
05 book for n/a    1 Section 05 31640 1 Discussion 55/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Zhang,Jin OL
06 book for n/a    1 Section 06 31685 1 Discussion 55/31 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Zhang,Jin OL
09 book for n/a    1 Section 09 36137 1 Discussion 55/0 TR ALP236 0430PM-0545PM Adcock Jr,Don HY
09 book for n/a    1 Section 09 36137 1 Discussion 55/0 T WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Adcock Jr,Don HY
10 book for n/a    1 Section 10 36861 1 Discussion 55/19 TR MND3013 0600PM-0715PM Adcock Jr,Don HY
10 book for n/a    1 Section 10 36861 1 Discussion 55/19 T WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Adcock Jr,Don HY

ACCY 2 - Managerial Accounting (3 Units)

Use and reporting of accounting data for managerial planning, control, and decision making. Broad coverage of concepts, classification, and behavior of costs.

Prerequisite: ACCY 1.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a    2 Section 03 31605 1 Discussion 55/25 TR ALP204 0900AM-1015AM Panggabean,Tota UM HY
03 book for n/a    2 Section 03 31605 1 Discussion 55/25 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Panggabean,Tota UM HY
04 book for n/a    2 Section 04 31689 1 Discussion 55/0 TR ALP204 1030AM-1145AM Panggabean,Tota UM HY
04 book for n/a    2 Section 04 31689 1 Discussion 55/0 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Panggabean,Tota UM HY
05 book for n/a    2 Section 05 35806 1 Discussion 55/0 WEBONLINE - Deng,Feng OL

ANTH 1 - Intro to Biological Anth (3 Units)

Covers the concepts, methods of inquiry, and theory of biological evolution and their application to the human species. There is a specific focus on molecular, Mendelian and population genetics, mechanisms of evolution, primatology, paleoanthropology, biocultural adaptations, and human variation. The scientific method serves as the foundation to the course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a    1 Section 03 35141 1 Lecture 52/0 MW ARC1011 1030AM-1145AM Sullivan,Roger B2,TV
08 book for n/a    1 Section 08 35523 1 Lecture 53/4 TR ARC1011 1200PM-0115PM Staff B2,TV

ANTH 101 - Cultural Diversity (3 Units)

Focuses on analyzing the historically conditioned political, economic and social factors that have contributed to cultural diversity in the U.S; a critical anthropological approach is developed to explore the intersection of race, class, gender, ethnicity and sexuality; the political economy of institutions and ideas, such as racism, classism, sexual stereotyping, family, religion, state, color-blindness, multiculturalism, etc.; and, discourses of cultural diversity in the U.S.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
06 book for n/a  101 Section 06 35254 1 Lecture 55/10 R ALP235 0900AM-1015AM Barata,Data D GE AREA D,HY,RE,US HISTORY
06 book for n/a  101 Section 06 35254 1 Lecture 55/10 WEBONLINE - Barata,Data D GE AREA D,HY,RE,US HISTORY
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 35335 1 Lecture 55/7 R ALP235 1030AM-1145AM Barata,Data D GE AREA D,HY,RE,US HISTORY
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 35335 1 Lecture 55/7 WEBONLINE - Barata,Data D GE AREA D,HY,RE,US HISTORY

ART 5 - Art of the Americas (3 Units)

An introduction to art and visual culture from across the Americas, from ancient civilizations to the present, with an emphasis on indigenous cultural production. Students will analyze and compare creative work from a variety of cultures and time periods, exploring themes such as "Expressing Identities," "Humans in the Natural World," "Death, the Afterlife, and Living on," and "Colonization and Resistance."

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    5 Section 01 31255 1 Lecture 70/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Staff C1,OL
02 book for n/a    5 Section 02 31256 1 Lecture 70/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Dosch,Mya B C1,OL

ART 7 - Intro Art+Visual Culture (3 Units)

For the general education student who wants to explore the world of art and visual culture. A wide range of multicultural, historical, and contemporary art works, art media, art history, art ideas, and art practices are presented through illustrated lectures, discussions, field trips, guest lectures, studio visits, and beginning-level art projects.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    7 Section 01 30053 1 Lecture 120/1 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),OL

ART 199 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading. Open only to students who are 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
01 book for n/a  199 Section 01 30039 1 Independent Study 2/2 TR 0300PM-0415PM Gibbs,Carolyn OL
** Meets 02/08/2022 to 03/17/2022 **

ART 197 - Intermed Electronic Art (3 Units)

Explores the creative potential of digital imaging and multimedia art making techniques. Teaching methods will include hands on demonstrations, lab workshops, creative projects, reading assignments, seminars, discussion and critiques. The development of technical fluency will be stressed, and the creative potential of digital media within the framework of contemporary art, design and culture will be emphasized. Fee course.

Note: Proficiency in MAC-OS recommended. May be taken for credit three times.

Prerequisite: ART 97, or equivalent experience, such as PHOT 11, Introduction to Digital Imaging.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  197 Section 01 30050 1 Activity 18/0 TR MRP1007 0900AM-1150AM Clarke,Rachel E HY

ART 121 - BFA Junior Studio (3 Units)

Junior-level studio art course designed to prepare students for the senior year of the BFA degree. Course builds dialog among an interdisciplinary cohort of BFA students while engaging them with contemporary professional practices in the arts. Emphasis placed on students' ability to communicate about their work through critiques with faculty, peers, and visiting artists, preparation of professional documents and presentations. Fee course.

Pre-requisite: Completion of a minimum of 3 units upper division studio coursework, second semester Junior standing with 75 units minimum.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 31260 1 Activity 24/13 TR KDM160 0800AM-1050AM Parady,Scott R HY,OL

ART 143 - 3D Computer Animation (3 Units)

Creative skills and techniques for animating 3D computer-modeled objects/environments. Topics include animation techniques; keyframing and interpolation; deformation and morphing; path control; skeletal animation; model rigging and skinning; forward and inverse kinematics, constraints and IK solvers; particle systems; fluid, cloth, hair, and fur simulation; shape keys; and soft body animation. Emphasis on both skill development and creative application of modeling and animation techniques. Includes demos, in class and homework excercises, and self directed projects.

Prerequisite: ART 142 or CSC 126.

Cross-listed: CSC 127.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  143 Section 01 30052 1 Activity 16/4 TR MRP1007 0100PM-0350PM Clarke,Rachel E HY

ART 1B - Art, Empires, and Exchanges (3 Units)

An introduction to art and visual culture created from 1400 to 1800 across the globe, including Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Europe. Emphasis will be placed on the role of cross-cultural exchange in the visual and material culture of the early modern world. Students will analyze and compare art from a variety of cultures, exploring themes such as ¿War/Conquest,¿ ¿Art, Religion, Reform, and Conversion,¿ ¿The Art of Empire: Rise and Fall,¿ and ¿Revolution! Upheaving Social Order in the Atlantic World."

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30020 1 Lecture 70/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Miller,Rachel ARTS (C1),OL

ART 117C - Art of Korea (3 Units)

Introduces students to the art and architecture of Korea from the pre-historic through contemporary periods. The styles, subjects, and significance of the art of Korea will be presented in a broad context including the history, geography, ethnic populations, languages, and religions of Korea (i.e., Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism, and Christianity).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  117C Section 01 36128 1 Lecture 30/19 TR MRP1002 0430PM-0545PM Staff HY

ART 117B - Art Of China+Japan (3 Units)

Provides a broad overview of the architectural remains and visual arts of China and Japan from prehistory to the present. Consideration will be given to the art styles, iconography, history, geography, ethnic populations, languages, and religions (i.e., Buddhism, Taoism, and Shintoism) of each region.

Prerequisite: ART 3A or 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  117B Section 01 31277 1 Lecture 40/3 TR MRP1010 0130PM-0245PM Staff ARTS (C1),HY

BHON 160 - Project Management (3 Units)

Methods and processes used for planning, controlling and managing projects. Includes project selection and scope, scheduling methodologies, economic analysis, the use of software, and life-cycle costing for managing different phases of projects. Emphasis on effective management of projects to achieve operational, managerial and strategic goals of organizations.

Prerequisite: BHON 102, BHON 104, BHON 105, BHON 106, BHON 107, BHON 108, BHON 109

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  160 Section 01 31650 1 Lecture 30/6 MW TAH1004 0430PM-0545PM Daly,Deanna K HY
01 book for n/a  160 Section 01 31650 1 Lecture 30/6 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Daly,Deanna K HY

BHON 190 - Practicum in Business (1 Units)

A series of forums that exposes students to practical business issues that have significant impact on the enterprise. Discussions with managers who have effectively led planning and operations. Compares and contrasts business concepts and principles to their practical applications.

Prerequisite: Currently enrolled in the business honors program.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 31520 1 Lecture 30/10 W AMD219 0600PM-0650PM Daly,Deanna K HY
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 31520 1 Lecture 30/10 W WEBONLINE 0600PM-0650PM Daly,Deanna K HY

BIO 20 - Biology: Human Perspective (3 Units)

Introduction to biological concepts with emphasis on their application to humans. Topics include: Evidenced-based decision making with respect to food, nutritional supplements, drugs, pathogens, and biotechnology. How heredity and evolution contribute to our understanding of personality, sex, behavior, addiction, disease, and aging is also discussed. Lecture three hours.

Note: Not open to majors in biological sciences and/or students who have received credit for BIO 10.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   20 Section 01 33943 1 Lecture 130/71 MW ARC1010 1030AM-1145AM Holland,Brett B2,HY

BUS 162 - Project Management (3 Units)

Processes, methodologies, tools, techniques, software, economic analysis, and life-cycle costing for managing different phases of projects. Emphasis on effective management of projects to achieve operational, managerial, and strategic goals of organizations.

Prerequisite: MGMT 102.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  162 Section 01 31679 1 Lecture 55/8 TR BRH104 0300PM-0415PM Daly,Deanna K HY
01 book for n/a  162 Section 01 31679 1 Lecture 55/8 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Daly,Deanna K HY

CHAD 250 - Quantitative Research Methods (3 Units)

Critical analysis of quantitative research methods used in the study of development. Core issues in studying development will be discussed as they relate to families and societal issues. Major topics include the philosophical underpinnings of research design, various research methods of inquiry, ethical issues, and the development of research questions and data collection. Critical thinking and writing skills will be emphasized.

Prerequisite: CHAD 133; admission to the MA 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  250 Section 01 36772 1 Seminar 20/8 W LIB126 0500PM-0750PM Waechter-McMillan,Megan R HY
01 book for n/a  250 Section 01 36772 1 Seminar 20/8 WEBONLINE - Waechter-McMillan,Megan R HY

CHAD 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
01 book for n/a   30 Section 01 36631 1 Lecture 40/30 W DH108 0430PM-0720PM Staff E,HY
01 book for n/a   30 Section 01 36631 1 Lecture 40/30 WEBONLINE - Staff E,HY
03 book for n/a   30 Section 03 36634 1 Lecture 40/8 R EUR113 0130PM-0245PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
03 book for n/a   30 Section 03 36634 1 Lecture 40/8 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
07 book for n/a   30 Section 07 36638 1 Lecture 40/3 R EUR101 1200PM-0115PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
07 book for n/a   30 Section 07 36638 1 Lecture 40/3 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
08 book for n/a   30 Section 08 36639 1 Lecture 40/0 MW BRH202 1000AM-1050AM Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
08 book for n/a   30 Section 08 36639 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
09 book for n/a   30 Section 09 36640 1 Lecture 40/7 MW 1100AM-1150PM Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
09 book for n/a   30 Section 09 36640 1 Lecture 40/7 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
10 book for n/a   30 Section 10 36641 1 Lecture 40/0 TR DH213 0900AM-1015AM Morris-Valdez,Cherie L E,HY
10 book for n/a   30 Section 10 36641 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Morris-Valdez,Cherie L E,HY
11 book for n/a   30 Section 11 36642 1 Lecture 40/27 R EUR111 0300PM-0415PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
11 book for n/a   30 Section 11 36642 1 Lecture 40/27 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
12 book for n/a   30 Section 12 36643 1 Lecture 40/16 M ALP148 0430PM-0720PM Iaccopucci,Anne M E,HY
12 book for n/a   30 Section 12 36643 1 Lecture 40/16 WEBONLINE - Iaccopucci,Anne M E,HY
14 book for n/a   30 Section 14 36645 1 Lecture 40/0 MW BRH218 0900AM-0950AM Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
14 book for n/a   30 Section 14 36645 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
18 book for n/a   30 Section 18 36649 1 Lecture 40/3 W EUR113 0130PM-0245PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
18 book for n/a   30 Section 18 36649 1 Lecture 40/3 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY

CHAD 35F - Hum Dev+Elem Field Exper (3 Units)

The purpose of this course is to examine theory and research in human development as it applies to the elementary classroom. Discussion topics include cognitive, social-emotional, physical and language development, multiple intelligence, special needs, characteristics of play and the impact on social and cognitive development. Influences integral to development (e.g., family, race, cultural perspectives) are also included. This class requires 40 hours of field experience at a designated elementary school site. Students must complete fingerprinting and TB prior to placement.

Prerequisite: CHAD 35 or the equivalent; CHAD 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 36672 1 Independent Study 25/1 W BRH208 0130PM-0245PM Wilber,Pamela HY,O,S,SVC LRN
01 book for n/a   35F Section 01 36672 1 Independent Study 25/1 WEBONLINE - Wilber,Pamela HY,O,S,SVC LRN
02 book for n/a   35F Section 02 36673 1 Independent Study 25/5 T CLV141 0300PM-0415PM Wilber,Pamela HY,O,S,SVC LRN
02 book for n/a   35F Section 02 36673 1 Independent Study 25/5 WEBONLINE - Wilber,Pamela HY,O,S,SVC LRN
03 book for n/a   35F Section 03 36674 1 Independent Study 25/0 T CLV145 1200PM-0115PM Wilber,Pamela HY,O,S,SVC LRN
03 book for n/a   35F Section 03 36674 1 Independent Study 25/0 WEBONLINE - Wilber,Pamela HY,O,S,SVC LRN
04 book for n/a   35F Section 04 36675 1 Independent Study 25/14 W EUR113 1200PM-0115PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A HY,O,S,SVC LRN
04 book for n/a   35F Section 04 36675 1 Independent Study 25/14 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A HY,O,S,SVC LRN

CHAD 210 - Seminar In Social Development (3 Units)

Advanced seminar focusing on theoretical and empirical readings covering topics in social/emotional development. Potential topics may include social and emotional development of children from conception through adolescence with consideration of biological and environmental influences.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  210 Section 01 36717 1 Seminar 20/0 M WEBONLINE 0500PM-0750PM Hobbs,Sue D HY
01 book for n/a  210 Section 01 36717 1 Seminar 20/0 WEBONLINE - Hobbs,Sue D HY

CHAD 138 - Social/Emotional Develpmt (3 Units)

This course overviews social and emotional development from conception through adolescence with consideration of biological and sociocultural influences. Emphasis will be placed on evaluating the major theories of social and emotional growth. The course will include lectures, discussions, and participation in such classroom activities such as research presentations, demonstrations, and cooperative learning assignments.

Prerequisite: CHAD 133.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  138 Section 03 36794 1 Lecture 35/0 MW ALP138 1100AM-1150AM Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY
03 book for n/a  138 Section 03 36794 1 Lecture 35/0 WEBONLINE - Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY

CHAD 131 - Language Development (3 Units)

This course examines current views on language development and the interrelations between the cognitive, socio-cultural, and linguistic components of this process. Emphasis will be on early language development (0-6 years) with some attention paid to the school years and adolescence.

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  131 Section 03 36692 1 Discussion 30/0 W LIB3021 0300PM-0415PM Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY
03 book for n/a  131 Section 03 36692 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY
05 book for n/a  131 Section 05 36694 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND2003 1200PM-0115PM Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY
05 book for n/a  131 Section 05 36694 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY

CHAD 137 - Cognitive Development (3 Units)

This course overviews cognitive development from conception through adolescence with consideration of biological and sociocultural influences. Emphasis will be placed on evaluating the major theories of cognitive growth. The course will include lectures, discussions, and participation in classroom activities such as research presentations, demonstrations, and cooperative learning assignments.

Prerequisite: CHAD 133.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
05 book for n/a  137 Section 05 36789 1 Lecture 35/0 MW ALP138 1000AM-1050AM Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY
05 book for n/a  137 Section 05 36789 1 Lecture 35/0 WEBONLINE - Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY

CHAD 136 - Developmental Curriculum (3 Units)

Examination of theory, research, and exemplary practices and programs for children through elementary school. Activities include discussions, presentations, demonstrations and cooperative learning assignments.

Prerequisite: CHAD 123. CHAD 123 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  136 Section 04 36766 1 Discussion 30/0 T LIB65 0430PM-0720PM Iaccopucci,Anne M HY
04 book for n/a  136 Section 04 36766 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Iaccopucci,Anne M HY

CHAD 135 - Culture and Human Development (3 Units)

This course examines the relationship between culture and human development. Comparisons will be made between the epistemological principles of cross-cultural and cultural approaches to human development in order to explore their implications for developmental theory and research. Research studies will serve as a foundation for learning and reflecting about diversity in human experience, and the ways that diverse cultural contexts shape how individuals think, act, and engage with others in local and global settings.

Prerequisite: CHAD 123. CHAD 123 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 36753 1 Discussion 30/0 TR CLV145 0900AM-1015AM Stone,Lynda HY
01 book for n/a  135 Section 01 36753 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Stone,Lynda HY
05 book for n/a  135 Section 05 36759 1 Discussion 30/0 TR MND2007 1200PM-0115PM Stone,Lynda HY
05 book for n/a  135 Section 05 36759 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Stone,Lynda HY
06 book for n/a  135 Section 06 36761 1 Discussion 30/0 R EUR115 1030AM-1145AM Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY
06 book for n/a  135 Section 06 36761 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY

CHAD 146 - Youth devpt (3 Units)

This course will examine theory, research, and practice related to youth development, including developmental assets, well-being, civic engagement, resilience, empowerment, and positive youth development from middle childhood to emerging adulthood. Students will gain an understanding of how communities can support youth in developing towards their full potential. Identification of strategies and tools that promote youth development in a variety of contexts and cultures will be discussed. Activities include lecture, discussions, presentations, and cooperative learning assignments.

Prerequisite: CHAD 30 or CHAD 35 equivalent

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  146 Section 01 36706 1 Lecture 15/0 T MRP1014 1030AM-1145AM Hobbs,Sue D HY
01 book for n/a  146 Section 01 36706 1 Lecture 15/0 WEBONLINE - Hobbs,Sue D HY
02 book for n/a  146 Section 02 36709 1 Lecture 15/0 T EUR104 0300PM-0415PM Hobbs,Sue D HY
02 book for n/a  146 Section 02 36709 1 Lecture 15/0 WEBONLINE - Hobbs,Sue D HY

CHAD 150 - Early Literacy Development (3 Units)

This course will present theories and research regarding literacy development in monolingual and bilingual children. Students will investigate emergent literacy and literacy development of young children from birth to eight, including developmental progressions and the science-based evidence related to foundational language and literacy knowledge. Other focal points will include associations with literacy and home-school connections, cultural influences (socioeconomic status, linguistic, etc.), social and linguistic justice, observation and assessment, theory to practice, and developmental strategies for supporting and understanding literacy development.

Prerequisite: CHAD 123 or CHAD 133. CHAD 123 or CHAD 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  150 Section 01 36711 1 Lecture 25/0 T EUR106 1200PM-0115PM Martinez,Jessica J HY
01 book for n/a  150 Section 01 36711 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J HY

CHAD 156 - CHAD in Context (3 Units)

Investigation of the dynamic nature of child and adolescent development in the context of families, schools, and community. Students will gain an understanding of how issues in these contexts influence development and explore the dynamic relationships between contexts in promoting development. Attention will be paid to socioeconomic status as a context as well as the role of gender, race and ethnicity within contexts as they relate to development. Students will examine practices that strengthen collaboration between families, schools, and communities.

Prerequisite: CHAD 35 or CHAD 30 (or equivalent)

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  156 Section 01 36713 1 Lecture 25/0 T CPS327 0130PM-0245PM Martinez,Jessica J HY
01 book for n/a  156 Section 01 36713 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J HY
02 book for n/a  156 Section 02 36718 1 Lecture 25/0 M MRP1012 1200PM-0115PM Martinez,Jessica J HY
02 book for n/a  156 Section 02 36718 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J HY
03 book for n/a  156 Section 03 36719 1 Lecture 25/0 M BRH104 0430PM-0545PM Herrera,Alicia HY
03 book for n/a  156 Section 03 36719 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Herrera,Alicia HY
04 book for n/a  156 Section 04 36720 1 Lecture 25/0 T LIB65 1030AM-1145AM Herrera,Alicia HY
04 book for n/a  156 Section 04 36720 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Herrera,Alicia HY

CHAD 142 - dvpt of memory (3 Units)

This course provides an empirical and theoretical examination of the processes of learning and memory across developmental phases. Topics include the neuroscience of learning and memory,

the origin and history of concepts and theories in learning and memory (e.g., behaviorist approaches), and applications of research on memory development to a variety of contexts (e.g., law, education, counseling).

Prerequisite: CHAD 30 or CHAD 35 or the equivalent

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  142 Section 02 36715 1 Lecture 30/0 M MND1020 1200PM-0115PM Jacobsen,Kelly L HY
02 book for n/a  142 Section 02 36715 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Jacobsen,Kelly L HY

CHAD 143 - Mind+Brain Devlpmntl Context (3 Units)

Investigation of the biological processes underlying child development, from conception through adolescence. Emphasis will be on the genetic, neurological, and endocrine processes related to cognition, social, and emotional development. Students will explore the bidirectional nature of psychobiological processes, with specific emphasis on the psychobiological mechanisms underlying the transaction between cultural, educational, and social-emotional related to educational, and mental and physical health functioning.

Prerequisite: CHAD 30 or 35; Introductory Biology.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  143 Section 02 36799 1 Discussion 25/0 R BRH218 0600PM-0720PM Frias-Cardenas,Mayté B5,HY
02 book for n/a  143 Section 02 36799 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Frias-Cardenas,Mayté B5,HY
03 book for n/a  143 Section 03 36800 1 Discussion 25/0 M ALP218 0130PM-0245PM Jacobsen,Kelly L B5,HY
03 book for n/a  143 Section 03 36800 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Jacobsen,Kelly L B5,HY

CHAD 147 - Pub Policy + Child + Ad Dev (3 Units)

This course will provide students with an overview of US social policy and programs as they relate to children and adolescents. The policy process will be explored with attention paid to the role of empirical research, advocacy, and engagement of individuals and groups. Topics will include policies and programs that address poverty, education, families, ability, immigration, and criminal justice, among others. Students will analyze how policy integrates empirical research, meets their stated goals, and supports the development of diverse children.

Prerequisite: CHAD 133 or CHAD 123. CHAD 133 or CHAD 123 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  147 Section 01 36707 1 Lecture 25/1 M BRH208 0130PM-0245PM Herrera,Alicia HY
01 book for n/a  147 Section 01 36707 1 Lecture 25/1 WEBONLINE - Herrera,Alicia HY

CHAD 145 - Controversial Issues (3 Units)

Discussion-based examination of controversial issues linking development, education, and cultural practice in which scholarly inquiry has substantial implications for social policy. Specific topics vary by semester and include topics of both historical relevance and contemporary debates. Content relevant to multiple disciplines including issues such as adolescent risk behavior, bilingual education, brain-base pedagogy, child care, children and the law, cultural diversity, developmental theory and educational practice, gender, literacy practices, motivation, parenting styles, school violence, special education, standardized testing, and technological change.

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
02 book for n/a  145 Section 02 36778 1 Discussion 20/0 M EUR315 0130PM-0245PM Martinez,Jessica J GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
02 book for n/a  145 Section 02 36778 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
04 book for n/a  145 Section 04 36780 1 Discussion 20/0 T LIB53 1030AM-1145AM Martinez,Jessica J GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
04 book for n/a  145 Section 04 36780 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI

CHAD 23 - Observation and Assessment (3 Units)

Purposes of and methodological issues involved in assessing and observing early child development and learning in educational and developmental settings. Topics include selection of appropriate observation methods, survey of standardized measures, ethics, and interpretation and implications of assessment data for teaching and learning. Focus will be on becoming objective and unbiased observers, use of both informal and formal assessment tools, and principles of observational assessment research. Students will be required to complete up to 10 hours of observation outside of class. APA style will be introduced to support the development of practical and scholarly communication and writing.

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   23 Section 01 36751 1 Lecture 25/0 M EUR106 1200PM-0115PM Pitts,Lindsey Ann HY
01 book for n/a   23 Section 01 36751 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Pitts,Lindsey Ann HY

CHIN 1B - Elementary Mandarin (5 Units)

Continuation of CHIN 1A, with growing emphasis on reading, writing, and listening. Chinese cultural patterns as reflected in the language, such as societal values and views of the world, will continue to be emphasized.

Prerequisite: CHIN 1A or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30108 1 Discussion 28/3 TWRF EUR103 1000AM-1050AM Wu,Xianghua FLR,HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30108 1 Discussion 28/3 WEBONLINE - Wu,Xianghua FLR,HUM (C2),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
01 book for n/a    9 Section 01 32526 1 Lecture 24/0 MW SQU443 1000AM-1050AM Figgess,Gareth W HY

CM 111 - Construction Labor Relatn (3 Units)

Study of federal and state labor law; labor unions, and their importance in the construction industry; and an analysis of the growth of open-shop construction. Employment law. Lecture three hours.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 32400 1 Discussion 25/0 F ARC1009 0730AM-1020AM McCutcheon,Stephen HY

CM 21 - Construction Graphics (3 Units)

Instruction and exercises in graphic techniques and procedures applicable to construction. Analysis of drawings in the civil, architectural, structural, mechanical, and electrical fields and how drawings affect construction planning. Freehand sketching. Isometric and oblique projections. Material quantity surveying. Lecture two hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: ENGL 1A and CM 10; CM 10 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   21 Section 01 32667 1 Discussion 30/0 TR ARC1009 0500PM-0550PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a   21 Section 02 32668 1 Laboratory 15/0 T SQU128 0600PM-0850PM Staff HY
03 book for n/a   21 Section 03 32669 1 Laboratory 15/0 R SQU325 0600PM-0850PM Staff HY

CM 22 - Construction Documents (3 Units)

Analyzes construction contract documents. Technical and legal interpretations and implications to managers of the construction process. Quantity surveying. Lecture two hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: ENGL 1A, CM 20, and CM 21; CM 20 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   22 Section 04 32546 1 Discussion 30/11 MW BRH203 0500PM-0550PM Staff HY
05 book for n/a   22 Section 05 32547 1 Laboratory 15/0 M 0600PM-0850PM Staff HY
06 book for n/a   22 Section 06 32548 1 Laboratory 15/11 W 0600PM-0850PM Staff HY

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 32406 1 Laboratory 12/0 T SCL1119 0900AM-1150AM Staff HY
04 book for n/a  135 Section 04 32421 1 Laboratory 12/0 R SCL1119 0400PM-0650PM Staff HY
05 book for n/a  135 Section 05 32627 1 Laboratory 12/12 T 0400PM-0650PM Staff HY

CM 10 - Construction Industry (1 Units)

Introduction to the Construction Management program and the many facets of the construction industry and to the various career opportunities. The unique products of construction, the organizations involved, and the people that make it happen. Guest speakers. Lecture one hour.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   10 Section 01 32752 1 Discussion 40/21 T AMD314 1100AM-1150AM Meier,Henry HY

CM 15 - Fundamentals of Const. Mgmt. (3 Units)

Introduction to the Construction Management program and industry. Critical reading, thinking and writing for the construction profession. Introduction to visualization and graphic communication using both manual and computer assisted techniques. Introduction to quantitative software commonly used in the construction industry.

Prerequisite: CM 10. CM 10 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   15 Section 01 33010 1 Discussion 30/9 MW BRH203 0300PM-0415PM Figgess,Gareth W HY

CM 150 - Struc III Reinf Con & Masonry (3 Units)

Basic design concepts of reinforced concrete and reinforced masonry design. Topics and examples include design of beams, slabs, columns and walls. Students are required to demonstrate drafting ability. Assignments include design and drawings of various structural systems. Lecture three hours.

Prerequisite: CM 130.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  150 Section 01 33023 1 Discussion 20/0 T EUR112 0330PM-0620PM Staff HY

COMS 214 - Health Communication (3 Units)

Rigorous survey of how health messages impact individuals, communities, and mass audiences. The course includes an analysis of health communication theories, an overview of how health communication plays a role in individual, social, and macro-levels of society, and an evaluation of intentional and unintentional media effects on health beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  214 Section 02 36573 1 Seminar 15/12 M WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Ludwig,Mark
Stitt,Carmen
OL

COMS 186 - Seminar in Health Comm (3 Units)

Examines how health messages impact individuals, communities, and mass audiences. Critiques health communication research, raises awareness about health-related messages in our daily lives, applies theories of health communication, and critically analyzes how the creation, sending, and reception of health messages impacts society. Sample topics include doctor-patient communication, cross-cultural communication about health, and mass media effects of health-related images in media.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  186 Section 01 30284 1 Seminar 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Stitt,Carmen OL

COMS 171 - Survey Meth Comm Research (3 Units)

Techniques of survey research in communication, including sampling, questionnaire construction, interviewing, data analysis, and report writing. Each student designs and executes a research project.

Prerequisite: COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  171 Section 02 30238 1 Discussion 30/0 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Hong,Cheng HY
02 book for n/a  171 Section 02 30238 1 Discussion 30/0 R AMD314 1030AM-1145AM Hong,Cheng HY
03 book for n/a  171 Section 03 30290 1 Discussion 30/0 T WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Winters,Frances A HY
03 book for n/a  171 Section 03 30290 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND1022 0130PM-0245PM Winters,Frances A HY

COMS 127 - Producing+Directng For TV (3 Units)

Theory and practice of producing and directing television programs with emphasis on studio and control room techniques.

Prerequisite: COMS 20A, COMS 20B, COMS 27A, COMS 27B, each with a grade of "B-" or better.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  127 Section 01 30297 1 Discussion 30/6 M LIB58B 0900AM-1150AM Kasic,Kathryn E HY
01 book for n/a  127 Section 01 30297 1 Discussion 30/6 WEBONLINE - Kasic,Kathryn E HY
02 book for n/a  127 Section 02 30298 1 Laboratory 30/6 TBAARR - Kasic,Kathryn E HY

COMS 100C - Intro Method Com Research (3 Units)

Empirical methods commonly applied during communication research. An introduction to the concepts fundamental to the scientific study of communication, including conceptual and operational definitions, sampling, measurement, experimental design, independent and dependent variables, and quantitative data analysis.

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

Prerequisite: COMS 100A; 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  100C Section 02 30112 1 Lecture 120/107 M MND3013 0430PM-0545PM Stitt,Carmen
Ludwig,Mark
HY
02 book for n/a  100C Section 02 30112 1 Lecture 120/107 WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Ludwig,Mark
Stitt,Carmen
HY

COMS 118 - Survey Public Relations (3 Units)

Introduces the student to publics, organization-environment relationships, structures, practices, and processes from a communication theory and research perspective. Specifically, the student is introduced to the multi-phased approach to public relations, an approach that highlights the PR subprocesses of task identification, task analysis, and task performance.

Prerequisite: At least one college writing course in ENGL or JOUR with a grade of "C-" or better.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  118 Section 02 30237 1 Lecture 40/22 T WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Hong,Cheng HY
02 book for n/a  118 Section 02 30237 1 Lecture 40/22 R EUR106 1200PM-0115PM Hong,Cheng HY

COMS 165 - Communication+Religion (3 Units)

Examines the history, development and present state of religious communication. Discussion of the limits and challenges communication theories face when confronted with situations requiring them to describe the indescribable. Emphasis upon the communication methods in a religious context as well as the communication strategies, limits, and possibilities that are revealed in what is arguably the most extreme of communication situations: the intersection of religion and words.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  165 Section 01 30296 1 Lecture 25/0 W MND1026 0600PM-0850PM Williams,Mark A HY

COMS 230 - Computer-Mediated Communicatn (3 Units)

Instruction and analysis of human and social Computer-Mediated Communications. Covers from how digital media affects representation and narrative to research on current uses of the Internet and the theoretical frameworks applied to summarize it. Includes a component of Computer Literacy that will help students understand Computer-Mediated Communication and use online collaborative tools efficiently. No previous computer knowledge is required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  230 Section 01 36544 1 Seminar 15/1 W MND1032 0600PM-0850PM Omori,Kikuko HY

COMS 204 - Rhetorical Criticism (3 Units)

Intensive examination of the methods used by rhetorical critics to define, explicate, and understand both how meaning occurs in texts as well as the scope and mechanisms of meaning that influence public life. A major critical paper is prepared by each student.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  204 Section 01 36541 1 Seminar 15/4 M 0600PM-0850PM Williams,Mark A HY

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 30168 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 0730AM-0845AM Staff A1,HY
01 book for n/a    5 Section 01 30168 1 Discussion 30/0 - Staff A1,HY
02 book for n/a    5 Section 02 30169 1 Discussion 30/22 R MND1030 0730AM-0845AM Staff A1,HY
02 book for n/a    5 Section 02 30169 1 Discussion 30/22 - Staff A1,HY
03 book for n/a    5 Section 03 30173 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 0900AM-1015AM Staff A1,HY
03 book for n/a    5 Section 03 30173 1 Discussion 30/0 - Staff A1,HY
04 book for n/a    5 Section 04 30171 1 Discussion 30/1 R MND1030 0900AM-1015AM Staff A1,HY
04 book for n/a    5 Section 04 30171 1 Discussion 30/1 - Staff A1,HY
05 book for n/a    5 Section 05 30174 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 1030AM-1145AM Ray,Robert Alan
Gale,Elaine
A1,HY
05 book for n/a    5 Section 05 30174 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
06 book for n/a    5 Section 06 30175 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND1030 1030AM-1145AM Gale,Elaine
Ray,Robert Alan
A1,HY
06 book for n/a    5 Section 06 30175 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
07 book for n/a    5 Section 07 30191 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 1200PM-0115PM Staff A1,HY
07 book for n/a    5 Section 07 30191 1 Discussion 30/0 - Staff A1,HY
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 30172 1 Discussion 30/1 R MND1030 1200PM-0115PM Staff A1,HY
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 30172 1 Discussion 30/1 - Staff A1,HY
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 30170 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 0130PM-0245PM Gale,Elaine
Rule,Forrest A
A1,HY
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 30170 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
10 book for n/a    5 Section 10 30176 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND1030 0130PM-0245PM Gale,Elaine
Rule,Forrest A
A1,HY
10 book for n/a    5 Section 10 30176 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
11 book for n/a    5 Section 11 30192 1 Discussion 30/14 T BRH109 0300PM-0415PM Pritchard,Ryan K
Gale,Elaine
A1,HY
11 book for n/a    5 Section 11 30192 1 Discussion 30/14 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
12 book for n/a    5 Section 12 30177 1 Discussion 30/24 R LIB128 0300PM-0415PM Gale,Elaine
Rule,Forrest A
A1,HY
12 book for n/a    5 Section 12 30177 1 Discussion 30/24 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
13 book for n/a    5 Section 13 30178 1 Discussion 30/0 T BRH109 1200PM-0115PM DeVere,Daniel J
Gale,Elaine
A1,HY
13 book for n/a    5 Section 13 30178 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
14 book for n/a    5 Section 14 30179 1 Discussion 30/19 R BRH115 1200PM-0115PM Gale,Elaine
DeVere,Daniel J
A1,HY
14 book for n/a    5 Section 14 30179 1 Discussion 30/19 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
16 book for n/a    5 Section 16 30180 1 Discussion 30/22 R SHS145 0130PM-0245PM Staff A1,HY
16 book for n/a    5 Section 16 30180 1 Discussion 30/22 - Staff A1,HY

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 30201 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 0800AM-0850AM Williams,Mark A A1,HY
01 book for n/a    4 Section 01 30201 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
02 book for n/a    4 Section 02 30159 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 0800AM-0850AM Williams,Mark A A1,HY
02 book for n/a    4 Section 02 30159 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
03 book for n/a    4 Section 03 30160 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 0800AM-0850AM Zeiden,Cynthia Ellen
Williams,Mark A
A1,HY
03 book for n/a    4 Section 03 30160 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
04 book for n/a    4 Section 04 30161 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 0900AM-0950AM Williams,Mark A
Althouse,Michael K
A1,HY
04 book for n/a    4 Section 04 30161 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
05 book for n/a    4 Section 05 30162 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 0900AM-0950AM Williams,Mark A A1,HY
05 book for n/a    4 Section 05 30162 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
06 book for n/a    4 Section 06 30164 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 0900AM-0950AM Zeiden,Cynthia Ellen
Williams,Mark A
A1,HY
06 book for n/a    4 Section 06 30164 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
07 book for n/a    4 Section 07 30163 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 1000AM-1050AM Althouse,Michael K
Williams,Mark A
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07 book for n/a    4 Section 07 30163 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
08 book for n/a    4 Section 08 30195 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 1000AM-1050AM Althouse,Michael K
Williams,Mark A
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08 book for n/a    4 Section 08 30195 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
09 book for n/a    4 Section 09 30194 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 1000AM-1050AM Williams,Mark A
Zeiden,Cynthia Ellen
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09 book for n/a    4 Section 09 30194 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
10 book for n/a    4 Section 10 30165 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 1100AM-1150AM Gooley-Carson,Aryana
Williams,Mark A
A1,HY
10 book for n/a    4 Section 10 30165 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
11 book for n/a    4 Section 11 30166 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 1100AM-1150AM Williams,Mark A
Gooley-Carson,Aryana
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11 book for n/a    4 Section 11 30166 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
12 book for n/a    4 Section 12 30193 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 1100AM-1150AM Williams,Mark A
Zeiden,Cynthia Ellen
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12 book for n/a    4 Section 12 30193 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
13 book for n/a    4 Section 13 30167 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 1200PM-1250PM Williams,Mark A A1,HY
13 book for n/a    4 Section 13 30167 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
14 book for n/a    4 Section 14 30200 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 1200PM-1250PM Williams,Mark A
Gooley-Carson,Aryana
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14 book for n/a    4 Section 14 30200 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
15 book for n/a    4 Section 15 30205 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 1200PM-1250PM Williams,Mark A A1,HY
15 book for n/a    4 Section 15 30205 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
16 book for n/a    4 Section 16 30206 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 0100PM-0150PM Williams,Mark A A1,HY
16 book for n/a    4 Section 16 30206 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
17 book for n/a    4 Section 17 30207 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 0100PM-0150PM Williams,Mark A
Gooley-Carson,Aryana
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17 book for n/a    4 Section 17 30207 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
18 book for n/a    4 Section 18 30208 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 0100PM-0150PM Williams,Mark A
Zeiden,Cynthia Ellen
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18 book for n/a    4 Section 18 30208 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
19 book for n/a    4 Section 19 30209 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 0200PM-0250PM Williams,Mark A A1,HY
19 book for n/a    4 Section 19 30209 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
20 book for n/a    4 Section 20 30210 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 0200PM-0250PM Staff A1,HY
20 book for n/a    4 Section 20 30210 1 Discussion 20/0 - Staff A1,HY
21 book for n/a    4 Section 21 30211 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 0200PM-0250PM Williams,Mark A
Zeiden,Cynthia Ellen
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21 book for n/a    4 Section 21 30211 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
36 book for n/a    4 Section 36 30265 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND1030 0900AM-0950AM Williams,Mark A
Gordon,Leland C
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36 book for n/a    4 Section 36 30265 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
37 book for n/a    4 Section 37 30266 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND1030 0900AM-0950AM Williams,Mark A
Gordon,Leland C
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37 book for n/a    4 Section 37 30266 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
38 book for n/a    4 Section 38 30267 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND1026 1000AM-1050AM Gordon,Leland C
Williams,Mark A
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38 book for n/a    4 Section 38 30267 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
39 book for n/a    4 Section 39 30268 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND1026 1000AM-1050AM Williams,Mark A
Gordon,Leland C
A1,HY
39 book for n/a    4 Section 39 30268 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
40 book for n/a    4 Section 40 30269 1 Discussion 20/0 M BRH101 1100AM-1150AM Williams,Mark A
Gordon,Leland C
A1,HY
40 book for n/a    4 Section 40 30269 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
41 book for n/a    4 Section 41 30270 1 Discussion 20/0 W BRH101 1100AM-1150AM Gordon,Leland C
Williams,Mark A
A1,HY
41 book for n/a    4 Section 41 30270 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Mark A A1,HY
42 book for n/a    4 Section 42 30304 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND1026 1000AM-1050AM Staff A1,HY
42 book for n/a    4 Section 42 30304 1 Discussion 20/0 - Staff A1,HY

CPE 166 - Advanced Logic Design (4 Units)

VHDL and Verilog Hardware Description Languages are studied and used on the following advanced level logic design topics: synchronous state machines, asynchronous state machines, metastability, hazards, races, testability, boundary scan, scan chains, and built-in self-tests. Commercial Electronic Design Automation (EDA) toolsets are used to synthesize lab projects containing a hierarchy of modules into Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). Post synthesis simulations by these same tools verify the design before implementation on rapid prototyping boards in the lab.

Prerequisite: CPE 64, ENGR 17.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  166 Section 01 32416 1 Discussion 45/10 M EUR113 0900AM-0950AM Pang,Jing HY
01 book for n/a  166 Section 01 32416 1 Discussion 45/10 WF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Pang,Jing HY
02 book for n/a  166 Section 02 32419 1 Laboratory 15/7 M RVR3009 1200PM-0240PM Moyer,Kristopher Scott HY
02 book for n/a  166 Section 02 32419 1 Laboratory 15/7 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-0240PM Moyer,Kristopher Scott HY
03 book for n/a  166 Section 03 32574 1 Laboratory 15/3 T RVR3009 0600PM-0840PM Moyer,Kristopher Scott HY
03 book for n/a  166 Section 03 32574 1 Laboratory 15/3 T WEBONLINE 0600PM-0840PM Moyer,Kristopher Scott HY

CPE 64 - Intro To Logic Design (4 Units)

Covers the following topics: logic gates, binary number system, conversion between number systems, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, combinational logic, digital logic design, flip-flops, programmable logic devices (PLDs), counters, registers, memories, state machines, designing combinational logic and state machines into PLDs, and basic computer architecture. Lab emphasizes the use of software equation entry design tools, the use of a schematic entry, and the use of a logic simulation design tool. Lab assignments are design-oriented. Lecture three hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: CSC 15 or CSC 25 or ENGR 50.

Cross listed: EEE 64

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   64 Section 01 32871 1 Lecture 20/8 T 1030AM-1145AM Staff E,HY
01 book for n/a   64 Section 01 32871 1 Lecture 20/8 WEBONLINE - Staff E,HY
04 book for n/a   64 Section 04 32874 1 Lecture 12/6 R 0900AM-1015AM Staff E,FL,HY
04 book for n/a   64 Section 04 32874 1 Lecture 12/6 WEBONLINE - Staff E,FL,HY
06 book for n/a   64 Section 06 32876 1 Lecture 20/14 M 0130PM-0245PM Staff E,HY
06 book for n/a   64 Section 06 32876 1 Lecture 20/14 W WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Staff E,HY
07 book for n/a   64 Section 07 32877 1 Laboratory 10/5 F 1200PM-0240PM Staff E,HY
07 book for n/a   64 Section 07 32877 1 Laboratory 10/5 F WEBONLINE 1200PM-0240PM Staff E,HY
08 book for n/a   64 Section 08 32878 1 Laboratory 10/9 M 1000AM-1240PM Staff E,HY
08 book for n/a   64 Section 08 32878 1 Laboratory 10/9 M WEBONLINE 1000AM-1240PM Staff E,HY

CPE 151 - Cmos And Vlsi (3 Units)

Introduction to CMOS logic gates and the design of CMOS combinational and sequential functions at the gate level, including CMOS memory. CMOS transistor theory is covered including: DC equations, threshold voltage, body effect, subthreshold region, channel length modulation, tunneling, and punch through. A basic exposure to VLSI includes: CMOS processing technology, layout, and CMOS logic design including power, delay and timing considerations. Students will use industry standard Computer Aided Design tools to verify designs and layouts.

Prerequisite: CPE 64 and EEE 108.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  151 Section 01 32536 1 Discussion 30/3 T 0430PM-0545PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  151 Section 01 32536 1 Discussion 30/3 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a  151 Section 02 32707 1 Discussion 30/2 T 0300PM-0415PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a  151 Section 02 32707 1 Discussion 30/2 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Staff HY

CPE 201 - Research Methodology (2 Units)

Immersion in the discourse of Computer Engineering: genres, literacies, stylistic conventions, research methodology. Collective and individual study of selected issues and problems relating to fields of study in the Computer Engineering. Orientation to the requirements for the master's degree culminating experience.

Note: Must be taken in the first semester of the graduate program.

Prerequisite: Graduate standing or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  201 Section 01 36445 1 Seminar 15/15 M EUR106 0200PM-0250PM Staff GWI,HY
01 book for n/a  201 Section 01 36445 1 Seminar 15/15 M WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Staff GWI,HY
02 book for n/a  201 Section 02 36446 1 Laboratory 15/15 W 0200PM-0440PM Staff GWI,HY
02 book for n/a  201 Section 02 36446 1 Laboratory 15/15 W WEBONLINE 0200PM-0440PM Staff GWI,HY

CPE 274 - Advanced Timing Analysis (3 Units)

Timing analysis of Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) designs: Topics include ASIC design methodology, static timing analysis, timing design constraints, design reports, clock timing issues, timing exceptions, operating conditions, hierarchical analysis, analyzing designs with asynchronous logic, performance measurement and power issues.

Prerequisite: EEE 273, CSC 273, CPE 273 or instructor permission.

Cross-listed: EEE 274; only one may be counted for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  274 Section 02 37378 1 Seminar 10/10 M 1200PM-0115PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a  274 Section 02 37378 1 Seminar 10/10 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Staff HY

CPE 191 - Senior Design Project II (2 Units)

Continuation of CPE 190. Students are expected to continue the project started by design teams in CPE 190. The hardware will be completed, tested and redesigned if necessary. At the same time, software for the project will be finished and debugged. The final results of the team project will be presented to the CPE faculty and students at a prearranged seminar. Lecture one hour, laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: CPE 190, and (GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  191 Section 01 32407 1 Discussion 24/0 M 1200PM-1250PM Tatro,Russ HY
01 book for n/a  191 Section 01 32407 1 Discussion 24/0 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Tatro,Russ HY
02 book for n/a  191 Section 02 32408 1 Laboratory 10/2 M 0100PM-0340PM Tatro,Russ HY
02 book for n/a  191 Section 02 32408 1 Laboratory 10/2 M WEBONLINE 0100PM-0340PM Tatro,Russ HY
04 book for n/a  191 Section 04 33013 1 Laboratory 7/0 M 0100PM-0340PM Cottle,James G HY
04 book for n/a  191 Section 04 33013 1 Laboratory 7/0 M WEBONLINE 0100PM-0340PM Cottle,James G HY

CPE 187 - Embedded Sys Design (3 Units)

Introduction to embedded systems with applied projects. The ISA, memory map, register architecture and configuration for one processor are studied in depth. Topics include: Overview of embedded systems; hardware, firmware, and software design; interrupt programming; application of contemporary interfacing protocols like USB and Bluetooth; use of an integrated development environment (IDE) for development; functional debugging; Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) considerations and scheduling. One two hour lecture and one three hour lab per week.

Prerequisite: CPE 185 or EEE 174.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  187 Section 01 32847 1 Lecture 20/0 W MND1030 0800AM-0850AM Meduri,Praveen K HY
01 book for n/a  187 Section 01 32847 1 Lecture 20/0 W WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Meduri,Praveen K HY
02 book for n/a  187 Section 02 32849 1 Laboratory 20/0 W RVR3005 0900AM-1140AM Meduri,Praveen K HY
02 book for n/a  187 Section 02 32849 1 Laboratory 20/0 W WEBONLINE 0900AM-1140AM Meduri,Praveen K HY

CPE 185 - Computer Interfacing (4 Units)

Design of microcomputer systems including memory systems, parallel and serial input/output, timer modules, and interrupt structures; designing "C" language code, in laboratory, to exercise interface modules of parallel and serial input/output, timer modules, and interrupts; extensive study of interrupt handlers, assemblers, linkers, and loaders. Practical features of interfaces, handshaking techniques, displays, keypads, and trackballs are included.

Prerequisite: CPE 64, CSC 35 and CSC 60.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  185 Section 01 32432 1 Discussion 40/8 R ARC1010 1030AM-1145AM Dahlquist,Dennis HY
01 book for n/a  185 Section 01 32432 1 Discussion 40/8 WEBONLINE - Dahlquist,Dennis HY
02 book for n/a  185 Section 02 32433 1 Laboratory 20/7 W RVR3009 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY
02 book for n/a  185 Section 02 32433 1 Laboratory 20/7 W WEBONLINE 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY

CRJ 1 - Intro Crim Justic+Society (3 Units)

Reviews the problem of crime and the societal response to criminals. Institutions discussed are those intended to discover the crime and the criminal and those designed to deal with the criminal, the victim, and society, once the criminal has been labeled. Finally, the bureaucracy of crime and its measurement as a social phenomenon are discussed.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
05 book for n/a    1 Section 05 33082 1 Lecture 72/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Mendie,Edidiong GE AREA D,OL

CRJ 5 - Community&Justice System (3 Units)

Examines complex, dynamic relationships between communities and the justice system in addressing crime and conflict with emphasis on the challenges and prospects of administering justice within a diverse, multicultural population and the roles played by race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, social class, culture, and justice professionals in shaping relationships within the justice system. Special topics include crime prevention, restorative justice, and conflict resolution and pure justice.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    5 Section 01 33066 1 Lecture 62/1 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Baker,Tim M. OL

CRJ 4 - General Invest Techniques (3 Units)

Techniques involved in the investigation of crimes; interview of victims and witnesses; questioning of suspects; organization and procedure in the investigation of crimes; crime scene searches; surveillance; use of scientific aids; and sources of information.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
04 book for n/a    4 Section 04 33835 1 Lecture 64/18 MWF WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Baker,Tim M. OL

CRJ 115 - Violence & Terrorism (3 Units)

Systemically examines political violence, responses by government institutions to that violence and implications of both for the administration of justice. Content is structured along a continuum, ranging from small scale violence to mass violence - assassinations, terrorism by sub-national and transnational organizations, state terror and genocide. In recent years political violence has progressively drawn the American governmental institutions, particularly justice agencies, into the global picture of violence committed by both domestic and international terrorists.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  115 Section 01 33060 1 Lecture 50/0 WEBONLINE - Sasere,Davies O. GE AREA D,OL

CRJ 123 - Law Arrest, Search & Seizure (3 Units)

Current and recent developments relating to arrest, searches, and seizures; study of constitutional rights predominately associated with the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments as related to criminal justice and its administration -- warrants, warrantless seizures, exclusionary rule, confession, eye-witness identification, electronic surveillance, entrapment, and state variance with federal rules. Case study method law course.

Prerequisite: Restricted to declared majors or minors or department chair 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 33076 1 Lecture 42/0 M CLV123 0900AM-1015AM Noble,Jennifer C HY
01 book for n/a  123 Section 01 33076 1 Lecture 42/0 WEBONLINE - Noble,Jennifer C HY
06 book for n/a  123 Section 06 33570 1 Lecture 42/0 TR SLN2002 0130PM-0245PM Bowie,Arthur L OL
07 book for n/a  123 Section 07 33718 1 Lecture 42/0 MW WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Kubicek,Matt W OL

CRJ 160 - Justice & Public Safety Adm (3 Units)

Examines the nature and development of public safety and criminal justice organizations in American society with attention to how the unique functions performed by these agencies has shaped and developed their nature. Particular emphasis is placed on understanding the unique problems generated by administration of bureaucratic, public agencies in a highly politicized environment. Examines the influence of social and political factors on justice and public safety organizations.

Prerequisite: restricted to declared CRJ majors or minors or department chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  160 Section 02 33099 1 Lecture 57/0 T MRP1001 0530PM-0645PM Huang,Shihlung HY
02 book for n/a  160 Section 02 33099 1 Lecture 57/0 WEBONLINE - Huang,Shihlung HY
04 book for n/a  160 Section 04 33841 1 Lecture 57/0 T YSM127 0200PM-0315PM Huang,Shihlung HY
04 book for n/a  160 Section 04 33841 1 Lecture 57/0 WEBONLINE - Huang,Shihlung HY
5 book for n/a  160 Section 5 37385 1 Lecture 40/17 TR WEBONLINE 0700PM-0815PM Staff OL

CRJ 130 - Fundamentals of Corrections (3 Units)

Overview and critical analysis of contemporary correctional theory and practice. Comparison of mainline American corrections with historical, cross-cultural, philosophical and non-traditional views of corrections. Controversial issues in contemporary corrections, including prisoner rights, victimization, the death penalty, unions, institutional corrections, community corrections, future of corrections, correctional careers, and administration and staffing of correctional programs.

Prerequisite: Restricted to declared CRJ majors or minors or department chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
04 book for n/a  130 Section 04 33564 1 Lecture 52/0 WEBONLINE - Schnurbush,Kim E OL
04 book for n/a  130 Section 04 33564 1 Lecture 52/0 MW DH212 1100AM-1150AM Staff OL
05 book for n/a  130 Section 05 33709 1 Lecture 52/0 WEBONLINE - Gutierrez,Ricky S OL

CRJ 101 - Intro Crim Just Rsch Meth (3 Units)

Introduction to research methodologies used in the social sciences, with a special emphasis on those methods most often used in the study of crime and criminal behavior, police/court systems, and correctional institutions, policies, and programs. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to understand, critically analyze and assess descriptive and quantitative research studies. Topics include the roles of theory and ethics in research, hypothesis testing, and research design.

Prerequisite: Restricted to Criminal Justice majors

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 33067 1 Lecture 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Valadez,Mercedes OL
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 33562 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Croisdale,Tim E HY
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 33562 1 Lecture 25/0 W ALP148 1030AM-1145AM Croisdale,Tim E HY

CRJ 102 - Crime And Punishment (3 Units)

This course provides an overview of the causes, consequences and responses to crime in society, with special emphasis on the use of theory and research to guide criminal justice policy and practice. The course surveys major theories of crime causation, examines consequences of crime on individuals and societies, and explores various perspectives on the appropriate role of criminal sanctions and offender treatment in modern day systems of justice.

Prerequisite: Criminal Justice major

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  102 Section 01 33302 1 Lecture 27/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Mendie,Edidiong OL

CRJ 118 - Drug Abuse & Criminal Behav (3 Units)

Sociogenic review of the case histories and life styles of selected juvenile and adult offenders with a history of drug abuse. An inquiry into the drug scene, "street" drugs, an examination of people who have abused drugs and have been guilty of delinquent or criminal acts for the purpose of determining the known and identified relationships between drug abuse and crime, and probing the many unknown relationships. A sustained and disciplined examination of the main issues and problems by the use of case studies, discussion groups, and student involvement.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  118 Section 01 33301 1 Lecture 50/0 WEBONLINE - Morse Fitch,Christine V GE AREA D,OL
04 book for n/a  118 Section 04 33839 1 Lecture 50/0 TR KDM145 0130PM-0245PM Record,Robert E GE AREA D,OL

CRJ 190 - Contemp Issues Crim Just (3 Units)

Examination of current issues in criminal justice with an emphasis on the application of law, management, practice and ethics to analysis of contemporary criminal justice policy. The culminating event for criminal justice majors with an emphasis upon written and oral communication, research and analytical thinking.

Prerequisite: CRJ 101, CRJ 102, CRJ 121, CRJ 123, CRJ 130, CRJ 141, CRJ 160; restricted to declared CRJ majors or chair permission with senior status, and 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
07 book for n/a  190 Section 07 33486 1 Lecture 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Schnurbush,Kim E OL,WI

CRJ 144 - Contemporary Issu Police Admin (3 Units)

Roles of police in a democratic society; analysis of public disobedience to law; racial and ethnic group relationships with police; public, official, and police corruption; police discretion; professionalism; development of criminal intelligence.

Prerequisite: CRJ 101 and CRJ 141; restricted to declared CRJ majors or chair 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 33088 1 Lecture 60/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Schnurbush,Kim E OL

CRJ 141 - Police & Society (3 Units)

Examination of the origins, philosophy, objectives and priorities of the police service in the U.S. A. holistic analysis of political, social, economic, legal and other factors impacting the relationship between the police and the society they serve. Police use of discretion, police roles, police and minority groups, police and protest groups, police brutality, and police ethics are also studied.

Prerequisite: Restricted to declared CRJ majors or minors or department chair permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  141 Section 02 33073 1 Lecture 50/0 T MND1015 1030AM-1145AM Huang,Shihlung HY
02 book for n/a  141 Section 02 33073 1 Lecture 50/0 WEBONLINE - Huang,Shihlung HY

CSAD 133 - Intro to Aural Rehabilitation (3 Units)

Principles of aural (re)habilitation across the lifespan. Topics include psychosocial aspects of hearing impairment, communication strategies, amplification, and intervention approaches for children and adults with hearing loss.

Prerequisite: CSAD 125, CSAD 126, CSAD 130, PSYC 2, STAT 1, CHDV 30, and DEAF 51.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  133 Section 03 35943 1 Lecture 41/0 TR WEBONLINE 0730PM-0845PM Zarchy,Razi M OL
03 book for n/a  133 Section 03 35943 1 Lecture 41/0 TR FLS1050 0730PM-0845PM Staff OL

CSAD 221 - Neurogenic Lang Disorders (4 Units)

In-depth study of language and cognitive disorders in adult, secondary to cerebrovascular accident, dementia, and/or traumatic brain injury. Assessment and intervention strategies are covered with particular emphasis on functional outcomes.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  221 Section 01 33402 1 Seminar 36/3 M WEBONLINE 0900AM-1150AM Hagge,Darla K OL
01 book for n/a  221 Section 01 33402 1 Seminar 36/3 W FLS1051 0900AM-1150AM Hagge,Darla K OL

CSAD 148 - Research Sp-Lang Path+Aud (3 Units)

Survey of research strategies and methods in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Statistical procedures and single-subject designs. Emphasis on interpreting research reports in the literature and on developing research projects. Writing research proposals and reports.

Prerequisite: CHDV 30, DEAF 51, PSYC 2, SAT 1, CSAD 110, CSAD 111, CSAD 112, CSAD 125, CSAD 126, CSAD 130, and CSAD 145.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  148 Section 02 33248 1 Lecture 41/0 TR WEBONLINE 0730AM-0845AM Davis,Tonia N OL
02 book for n/a  148 Section 02 33248 1 Lecture 41/0 T FLS2604 0730AM-0845AM Davis,Tonia N OL
02 book for n/a  148 Section 02 33248 1 Lecture 41/0 R FLS2604 0730AM-0845AM Davis,Tonia N OL

CSAD 143 - Multilngl Lang Disorders (3 Units)

Identification, evaluation, and treatment of multicultural, multilingual clients with communication disorders. Discussion of normal second language acquisition, bilingual development, and cultural values related to effective service delivery for multicultural clients.

Prerequisite: CHDV 30, DEAF 51, PSYC 2, STAT 1, CSAD 110, CSAD 125, and CSAD 126.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  143 Section 02 33247 1 Discussion 41/0 W WEBONLINE 0800AM-1050AM Williams,Belinda L OL

CSAD 500C - Comprehensive Exam (2 Units)

Written exam comprised of eight questions. Examinees are given one and a half hours to complete each question.

Prerequisite: Advanced to Candidacy

Graded: Credit/No Credit Units: 2.0

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  500C Section 01 33270 1 Thesis Research 22/1 F WEBONLINE 0800AM-0500PM Hagge,Darla K OL
** Meets 01/21/2022 to 01/21/2022 **
01 book for n/a  500C Section 01 33270 1 Thesis Research 22/1 - Hagge,Darla K OL
** Meets 01/20/2022 to 05/13/2022 **
01 book for n/a  500C Section 01 33270 1 Thesis Research 22/1 R WEBONLINE 0800AM-0500PM Hagge,Darla K OL
** Meets 01/20/2022 to 01/20/2022 **

CSAD 228B - Voice&Fluency-Concepts&Methods (3 Units)

Foundations of fluency, voice and resonance, as well as techniques and materials for assessing and treating speech disorders, emphasizing fluency and voice. Staffings and discussion of cases on the current caseload. Weekly content integrated with practical experiences to promote learning.

Prerequisite: CSAD 123, CSAD 127, CSAD 228A, instructor permission.

Corequisite: CSAD 229B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  228B Section 01 33798 1 Seminar 20/0 TR WEBONLINE 0800AM-0915AM Patterson,Aishah Y OL

CSAD 250 - Speech/Language Internships (2 Units)

Assessment, scheduling and conducting language speech and hearing programs in schools. Related issues including scope of practice, managed care, interagency cooperation and transdisciplinary approaches.

Prerequisite: CSAD 228A, CSAD 228B, CSAD 228C, CSAD 229A, CSAD 229B, CSAD 229C, CSAD 241S, CSAD 242A, CSAD 242B, CSAD 242C, CSAD 243A, CSAD 243B, CSAD 243C, CSAD 244, CSAD 245.

Corequisite: CSAD 295I, or CSAD 295M, or CSAD 295P, or CSAD 295S.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  250 Section 01 33058 1 Seminar 22/1 W WEBONLINE 0600PM-0750PM Chuchas,James G I,OL

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
01 book for n/a  199 Section 01 37141 1 Independent Study 12/12 R WEBONLINE 0200PM-0350PM Garner,Renee C OL

CSAD 243C - Prac: Lang Disorders III (2 Units)

Supervised clinical practice emphasizing adult clients whose speech and language are disordered secondary to neurogenically related problems such as cerebrovascular accident, traumatic brain injury, or other neurological disorders.

Prerequisite: CSAD 243B; instructor permission

Corequisite: CSAD 242C

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  243C Section 01 33057 1 Thesis Research 6/0 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-1150AM Staff OL
02 book for n/a  243C Section 02 33441 1 Thesis Research 6/0 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-1150AM Staff OL
03 book for n/a  243C Section 03 33442 1 Thesis Research 6/0 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-1150AM Staff OL

CSAD 127 - Intro Med Speech Pathology (3 Units)

Current concepts regarding anatomy and physiology, etiology, assessment, and treatment of craniofacial disorders, laryngectomy, tracheostomy and dysphagia.

Prerequisite: CSAD 123, CSAD 125, CSAD 126, PSYC 2, STAT 1, CHDV 30, and DEAF 51.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  127 Section 01 33039 1 Lecture 41/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Patterson,Aishah Y OL
01 book for n/a  127 Section 01 33039 1 Lecture 41/0 M FLS1049 1200PM-0115PM Patterson,Aishah Y OL
01 book for n/a  127 Section 01 33039 1 Lecture 41/0 M FLS1049 1200PM-0115PM Patterson,Aishah Y OL
01 book for n/a  127 Section 01 33039 1 Lecture 41/0 M FLS1049 1200PM-0115PM Patterson,Aishah Y 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
10 book for n/a   15 Section 10 32967 1 Discussion 46/32 F 0900AM-1050AM Phillips,Matthew HY
13 book for n/a   15 Section 13 32970 1 Discussion 40/1 MW WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Phillips,Matthew HY

DS 110 - Data Mining for Business Analy (3 Units)

Data mining methods including data visualization, classification (logistic regression, discriminant analysis), tree-based methods, cluster analysis, principle components analysis, factor analysis, neural networks, classification and regression trees, and facilitated through software. Focus on applications in the business environment.

Prerequisite: DS 101 or STAT 103 or ENGR 115 or equivalent. Business, Computer Science, and Mathematics are approved majors to enroll in the course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  110 Section 01 31680 1 Lecture 30/20 TR ARC1013 0900AM-1015AM Li,Min HY
01 book for n/a  110 Section 01 31680 1 Lecture 30/20 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Li,Min HY

DS 115 - Advanced Business Analytics (3 Units)

This course introduces students to more advanced topics in business analytics including Neural Networks, Deep Learning, Text Mining, Social Network Analytics, Computer Vision, and their applications in business.

Prerequisite: DS 110. Business, Computer Science, and Mathematics are approved majors to enroll in the course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  115 Section 01 37210 1 Lecture 30/19 TR ARC1013 1030AM-1145AM Li,Min HY
01 book for n/a  115 Section 01 37210 1 Lecture 30/19 R WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Li,Min HY

DS 101 - Data Analy For Managers (3 Units)

Second course in business statistics that focuses on the application of statistical methods to business problems. Emphases are placed on case studies, data analysis, model building techniques, statistical reasoning, and communications of statistical results. A statistical computer package will be used in the course.

Prerequisite: MATH 24, STAT 1; must be a business pre-major, business major (any concentration), or business minor, and have at least sophomore standing

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 31490 1 Discussion 53/0 MW ALP224 0900AM-1015AM Rangwala,Mehul N HY
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 31490 1 Discussion 53/0 WEBONLINE - Rangwala,Mehul N HY
03 book for n/a  101 Section 03 31494 1 Discussion 53/0 MW ALP224 1030AM-1145AM Rangwala,Mehul N HY
03 book for n/a  101 Section 03 31494 1 Discussion 53/0 WEBONLINE - Rangwala,Mehul N HY
05 book for n/a  101 Section 05 31501 1 Discussion 53/0 MW ALP224 0430PM-0545PM Aryarad,Adrian HY
05 book for n/a  101 Section 05 31501 1 Discussion 53/0 WEBONLINE - Aryarad,Adrian HY
06 book for n/a  101 Section 06 31511 1 Discussion 53/0 WEBONLINE - Araujo Maciel,Fernanda OL
08 book for n/a  101 Section 08 31569 1 Discussion 53/0 WEBONLINE - Chidella,Jagannadha S OL
11 book for n/a  101 Section 11 31645 1 Discussion 53/1 TR ALP224 0430PM-0545PM Aryarad,Adrian HY
11 book for n/a  101 Section 11 31645 1 Discussion 53/1 WEBONLINE - Aryarad,Adrian HY
12 book for n/a  101 Section 12 31693 1 Discussion 53/0 WEBONLINE - Li,Min OL
14 book for n/a  101 Section 14 36867 1 Discussion 53/34 MW ARC1016 0600PM-0715PM Aryarad,Adrian HY
14 book for n/a  101 Section 14 36867 1 Discussion 53/34 WEBONLINE - Aryarad,Adrian HY

EDMS 316 - Elem Science Methods (3 Units)

Knowledge of basic principles and strategies related to science education, incorporating an expanded treatment of science pedagogy, manipulatives, technological supports, accommodations, adaptive instructional techniques, and other strategies specially suited to the instruction of diverse student populations.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  316 Section 02 31985 1 Activity 25/4 M ALP204 0700PM-0950PM Huang,Hui-Ju HY,Y
02 book for n/a  316 Section 02 31985 1 Activity 25/4 WEBONLINE - Huang,Hui-Ju HY,Y
03 book for n/a  316 Section 03 36960 1 Activity 25/15 M ALP204 0700PM-0950PM Huang,Hui-Ju HY,Y
03 book for n/a  316 Section 03 36960 1 Activity 25/15 WEBONLINE - Huang,Hui-Ju HY,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 32052 1 Discussion 15/0 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Collado,Cindy L OL,Y
01 book for n/a  293 Section 01 32052 1 Discussion 15/0 WEBONLINE - Collado,Cindy L OL,Y
02 book for n/a  293 Section 02 32053 1 Discussion 15/0 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Scott,Johana Francis OL,Y
02 book for n/a  293 Section 02 32053 1 Discussion 15/0 WEBONLINE - Scott,Johana Francis OL,Y
03 book for n/a  293 Section 03 32054 1 Discussion 30/0 T EUR111 0400PM-0650PM Duran,Elva HY,Y
03 book for n/a  293 Section 03 32054 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Duran,Elva HY,Y
04 book for n/a  293 Section 04 32055 1 Discussion 30/1 T WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Kwon,Jemma OL,Y
04 book for n/a  293 Section 04 32055 1 Discussion 30/1 WEBONLINE - Kwon,Jemma OL,Y
06 book for n/a  293 Section 06 32057 1 Discussion 30/1 T EUR101 0400PM-0650PM Staff HY,Y
06 book for n/a  293 Section 06 32057 1 Discussion 30/1 - Staff HY,Y
07 book for n/a  293 Section 07 32058 1 Discussion 30/0 W EUR112 0400PM-0650PM Claravall,Eric OL,Y
07 book for n/a  293 Section 07 32058 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Claravall,Eric OL,Y
08 book for n/a  293 Section 08 32059 1 Discussion 30/0 W ALP235 0400PM-0650PM Gonzales,Rachael A OL,Y
08 book for n/a  293 Section 08 32059 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gonzales,Rachael A 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 31904 1 Lecture 19/0 M EUR112 0400PM-0650PM Duran,Elva HY,Y
01 book for n/a  221 Section 01 31904 1 Lecture 19/0 WEBONLINE - Duran,Elva HY,Y

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 31905 1 Discussion 25/10 T WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Gee,Kathleen E 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 32021 1 Seminar 19/18 W WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM 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 31907 1 Discussion 12/3 R EUR112 0700PM-0850PM Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A HY,Y
01 book for n/a  236 Section 01 31907 1 Discussion 12/3 WEBONLINE - Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A HY,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 31916 1 Discussion 28/10 W EUR329 0400PM-0650PM Duran,Elva HY,Y
01 book for n/a  237 Section 01 31916 1 Discussion 28/10 WEBONLINE - Duran,Elva HY,Y

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 31918 1 Laboratory 28/10 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 31917 1 Lecture 28/10 T EUR104 0430PM-0720PM Claravall,Eric HY,Y
01 book for n/a  225A Section 01 31917 1 Lecture 28/10 WEBONLINE - Claravall,Eric HY,Y

EDSP 283 - Crit Analy Inter Data Div Schl (3 Units)

This course focuses on students¿ understanding and use of appropriate data analysis methods for teacher action research in diverse schools/communities. Students will learn to critically analyze and interpret data from qualitative, quantitative and mixed-methods sources by using theoretical knowledge or conceptual frameworks, and to present findings to inform teacher practices and support systems change/reform efforts to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities. Students also will analyze, write and present findings from their thesis research in written and oral/visual formats.

Prerequisite: EDSP 281, EDSP 282

Corequisite: EDSP 500

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  283 Section 01 37048 1 Lecture 17/12 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL

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 32044 1 Discussion 16/7 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM 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 32022 1 Discussion 25/10 T WEBONLINE 0730PM-0950PM Gonzalez,Mara OL,Y
01 book for n/a  216 Section 01 32022 1 Discussion 25/10 WEBONLINE - Gonzalez,Mara 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 32100 1 Discussion 25/9 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL

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 31906 1 Discussion 30/15 R LIB53 0400PM-0650PM Gee,Kathleen E HY,Y
01 book for n/a  218 Section 01 31906 1 Discussion 30/15 WEBONLINE - Gee,Kathleen E HY,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 37098 1 Discussion 20/0 W EUR104 0430PM-0720PM Chaplin,Mae S HY,Y
01 book for n/a  244 Section 01 37098 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Chaplin,Mae S HY,Y
02 book for n/a  244 Section 02 37099 1 Discussion 20/3 R EUR320 0430PM-0720PM Ives,Sarah E HY,Y
02 book for n/a  244 Section 02 37099 1 Discussion 20/3 WEBONLINE - Ives,Sarah E HY,Y

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
06 book for n/a   21 Section 06 32038 1 Discussion 25/10 MW EUR315 1030AM-1145AM Noel,Jana E,HY
06 book for n/a   21 Section 06 32038 1 Discussion 25/10 WEBONLINE - Noel,Jana E,HY
07 book for n/a   21 Section 07 31823 1 Discussion 25/11 MW EUR111 1200PM-0115PM Noel,Jana E,HY
07 book for n/a   21 Section 07 31823 1 Discussion 25/11 WEBONLINE - Noel,Jana E,HY
08 book for n/a   21 Section 08 31846 1 Discussion 25/1 T EUR320 0300PM-0415PM Econome,Jennie G E,HY
08 book for n/a   21 Section 08 31846 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Econome,Jennie G E,HY

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
03 book for n/a   10 Section 03 31726 1 Lecture 30/12 TR EUR315 0900AM-1015AM McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
03 book for n/a   10 Section 03 31726 1 Lecture 30/12 WEBONLINE - McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
05 book for n/a   10 Section 05 32284 1 Lecture 30/7 TR LIB128 0130PM-0245PM Manukyan,Knarik A3,HY
05 book for n/a   10 Section 05 32284 1 Lecture 30/7 WEBONLINE - Manukyan,Knarik A3,HY
06 book for n/a   10 Section 06 31728 1 Lecture 30/16 TR DH105 1030AM-1145AM McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
06 book for n/a   10 Section 06 31728 1 Lecture 30/16 WEBONLINE - McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
07 book for n/a   10 Section 07 31729 1 Lecture 30/22 MW TAH1002 0300PM-0415PM McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
07 book for n/a   10 Section 07 31729 1 Lecture 30/22 WEBONLINE - McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
12 book for n/a   10 Section 12 31734 1 Lecture 30/26 R SHS250 0430PM-0720PM Melkonyan,Gegham A3,HY
12 book for n/a   10 Section 12 31734 1 Lecture 30/26 WEBONLINE - Melkonyan,Gegham A3,HY
17 book for n/a   10 Section 17 31980 1 Lecture 30/25 MW ARC3006 0430PM-0545PM Manukyan,Knarik A3,HY
17 book for n/a   10 Section 17 31980 1 Lecture 30/25 WEBONLINE - Manukyan,Knarik A3,HY
19 book for n/a   10 Section 19 31987 1 Lecture 30/25 F ARC3006 0900AM-1150AM Melkonyan,Gegham A3,HY
19 book for n/a   10 Section 19 31987 1 Lecture 30/25 WEBONLINE - Melkonyan,Gegham A3,HY

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
03 book for n/a   18 Section 03 31737 1 Lecture 30/18 MW ARC3006 0130PM-0245PM McCurry,Leslie B4,HY
03 book for n/a   18 Section 03 31737 1 Lecture 30/18 WEBONLINE - McCurry,Leslie B4,HY
11 book for n/a   18 Section 11 31974 1 Lecture 30/25 MW MND1020 1030AM-1145AM McCurry,Leslie B4,HY
11 book for n/a   18 Section 11 31974 1 Lecture 30/25 WEBONLINE - McCurry,Leslie B4,HY

EDUC 165 - Sex Role Stereotyp Am Ed (3 Units)

This course is designed to introduce students to the educational programs and practices resulting from societal sex role and racial stereotyping. It analyzes the specific effects of sex and race inequalities in the total school setting.

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
02 book for n/a  165 Section 02 31760 1 Lecture 30/12 MW BNC1029 1200PM-0115PM McLaughlin,Nancie Piette GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
02 book for n/a  165 Section 02 31760 1 Lecture 30/12 WEBONLINE - McLaughlin,Nancie Piette GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
09 book for n/a  165 Section 09 31767 1 Lecture 30/14 S ARC3009 0900AM-0500PM Raines,Katherine M GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
09 book for n/a  165 Section 09 31767 1 Lecture 30/14 WEBONLINE - Raines,Katherine M GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI

EDUC 169 - Cross-Cultural Bridges (3 Units)

This course is designed to expand students¿ knowledge of how history informs present day dynamics of race, culture, and socioeconomic status in education. Students will examine how humanists in history navigated cultural differences. A critical discourse that centers on humanist pedagogy will be used to show how future educators, leaders, and students can evolve in their own identities to understand cultural differences and how they can create change.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  169 Section 01 32198 1 Discussion 30/16 MW EUR105 0130PM-0245PM Gutiérrez-Stearn,María C2,HY
01 book for n/a  169 Section 01 32198 1 Discussion 30/16 WEBONLINE - Gutiérrez-Stearn,María C2,HY
03 book for n/a  169 Section 03 32200 1 Discussion 30/26 MW EUR105 0300PM-0415PM Gutiérrez-Stearn,María C2,HY
03 book for n/a  169 Section 03 32200 1 Discussion 30/26 WEBONLINE - Gutiérrez-Stearn,María C2,HY

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
02 book for n/a  100A Section 02 31712 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Gardner,Paula OL,Y
04 book for n/a  100A Section 04 31714 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cho,EunMi OL,Y
05 book for n/a  100A Section 05 32164 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cho,EunMi OL,Y

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
14 book for n/a  121 Section 14 32260 1 Discussion 30/0 F BRH218 0900AM-0500PM Raines,Katherine M HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
14 book for n/a  121 Section 14 32260 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Raines,Katherine M HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI

EDUC 170 - Intro To Educ Engl Lrners (3 Units)

Introductory study of important themes regarding the education of English Learners. Covers the history of bilingual education; relevant legal mandates and court rulings; first and second language acquisition; linguistic development; theory and practice of effective programs; and beginning methods, materials and strategies responsive to the students' primary language and assessed levels of English proficiency. A fieldwork component involving the tutoring of an English Learner is required.

Note: EDUC 170 is a prerequisite for EDMS 272, EDBM 279.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  170 Section 01 31719 1 Discussion 25/0 M BRH214 0430PM-0720PM Boosalis,Chris Nicholas HY,Y
01 book for n/a  170 Section 01 31719 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Boosalis,Chris Nicholas HY,Y
03 book for n/a  170 Section 03 31721 1 Discussion 25/3 T BRH218 0430PM-0720PM Boosalis,Chris Nicholas HY,Y
03 book for n/a  170 Section 03 31721 1 Discussion 25/3 WEBONLINE - Boosalis,Chris Nicholas HY,Y
06 book for n/a  170 Section 06 31849 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Beddow,Maggie OL,Y
08 book for n/a  170 Section 08 31920 1 Discussion 25/0 F WEBONLINE 0900AM-1150AM Bueno Holle,Juan OL,Y
08 book for n/a  170 Section 08 31920 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Bueno Holle,Juan OL,Y
09 book for n/a  170 Section 09 31922 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Beddow,Maggie OL,Y

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 31715 1 Independent Study 50/0 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd OL,Y
02 book for n/a  100B Section 02 31716 1 Independent Study 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd OL,Y
03 book for n/a  100B Section 03 31717 1 Independent Study 60/18 WEBONLINE - Staff OL,Y
04 book for n/a  100B Section 04 31718 1 Independent Study 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cho,EunMi OL,Y
05 book for n/a  100B Section 05 32165 1 Independent Study 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cho,EunMi OL,Y

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 31735 1 Lecture 25/7 M EUR315 0300PM-0415PM Econome,Jennie G A3,HY
01 book for n/a   10H Section 01 31735 1 Lecture 25/7 WEBONLINE - Econome,Jennie G A3,HY

EEE 117L - Network Analysis Lab (1 Units)

Introduces fundamental laboratory techniques while demonstrating the concepts introduced in the EEE 117 lecture. The computer simulation language PSPICE is introduced and applied. Laboratory three hours.

Corequisite: EEE 117.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  117L Section 03 32485 1 Laboratory 22/11 M RVR3017 0800AM-1040AM Cottle,James G HY
03 book for n/a  117L Section 03 32485 1 Laboratory 22/11 M WEBONLINE 0800AM-1040AM Cottle,James G HY

EEE 236 - Adv Semiconductor Devices (3 Units)

Semiconductor device modeling, including the application of the continuity equation and Poissons equation to abrupt and graded p/n junctions, semiconductor/metal contacts, junction field effect transistors (JFET), metal-oxide-semiconductor transistors (MOSFET), and bipolar junction transistors (BJT). Special topics include compound semiconductor devices and heterostructures.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  236 Section 01 32544 1 Seminar 12/5 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  236 Section 01 32544 1 Seminar 12/5 R ARC3004 0900AM-1015AM Staff HY

EEE 234 - Digital Integratd Circuit Dsgn (3 Units)

The background and techniques needed to design and layout digital circuits at the transistor level for mixed-signal integrated circuits are covered. Topics include the design, layout and characterization of digital logic gates at the transistor level, typical CMOS process flows, device models and physics, and chip level considerations.

Prerequisite: EEE 230 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  234 Section 01 32491 1 Seminar 11/10 T DH213 0430PM-0545PM Meduri,Praveen K HY
01 book for n/a  234 Section 01 32491 1 Seminar 11/10 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Meduri,Praveen K HY
02 book for n/a  234 Section 02 32706 1 Seminar 11/9 T DH206 0300PM-0415PM Meduri,Praveen K HY
02 book for n/a  234 Section 02 32706 1 Seminar 11/9 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Meduri,Praveen K HY

EEE 232 - Key Mixed Sig IC Bld Blks (3 Units)

Covers key mixed-signal integrated circuit building blocks most often used in modern ICs. Topics covered include data converter fundamentals, comparators, and important circuit architectures for Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs), Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs), and Phase-Locked Loops (PLLs).

Prerequisite: EEE 230 or consent of instructor.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  232 Section 01 32417 1 Seminar 20/12 R RVR1006 1030AM-1145AM Heedley,Perry HY
01 book for n/a  232 Section 01 32417 1 Seminar 20/12 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Heedley,Perry HY

EEE 274 - Advanced Timing Analysis (3 Units)

Timing analysis of Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) designs: Topics include ASIC design methodology, static timing analysis, timing design constraints, design reports, clock timing issues, timing exceptions, operating conditions, hierarchical analysis, analyzing designs with asynchronous logic, performance measurement and power issues.

Prerequisite: EEE 273, CSC 273, CPE 273 or instructor permission.

Cross-listed: CPE 274; only one may be counted for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  274 Section 02 37377 1 Seminar 10/9 M RVR1006 1200PM-0115PM Pang,Jing HY
02 book for n/a  274 Section 02 37377 1 Seminar 10/9 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Pang,Jing HY

EEE 161 - Applied Electromagnetics (4 Units)

Review of vector calculus. Electrostatic fields from lines, surface and volume charges by Coulomb's law, Gauss' law, Laplace's and Poisson's equations. Capacitance. Magnetostatic field calculations using Biot-Savart's law and Ampere's law. Inductance. Forces on moving charges. Magnetic materials. Electric and magnetic energy in fields. Faraday's law. Ideal transformer. Moving conductor in time-varying magnetic field. Displacement current. Charge-current continuity relation. Transmission line analysis, characteristic impedance, reflection coefficient and standing wave concepts. Introduction to Smith Chart solutions to matching problems.

Prerequisite: MATH 32, MATH 45, PHYS 11C, ENGR 17, and CSC 25.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  161 Section 01 32545 1 Discussion 33/12 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Burnside,Scott R HY
01 book for n/a  161 Section 01 32545 1 Discussion 33/12 W RVR1006 0430PM-0545PM Burnside,Scott R HY
02 book for n/a  161 Section 02 32836 1 Discussion 33/21 T WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Burnside,Scott R HY
02 book for n/a  161 Section 02 32836 1 Discussion 33/21 R RVR1006 0430PM-0545PM Burnside,Scott R HY
04 book for n/a  161 Section 04 32510 1 Laboratory 22/12 T RVR5017 0600PM-0840PM Cloninger,Anna Rose HY
04 book for n/a  161 Section 04 32510 1 Laboratory 22/12 T WEBONLINE 0600PM-0840PM Cloninger,Anna Rose HY

EEE 188 - Digital Control System (3 Units)

Intended to present treatment of the classical digital control with an introduction to modern digital control system in the state space. Z-transform as applied to discrete-time systems with transformation from the s-plane to the z-plane. Analyzes digital control systems using Nyquist and Bode plots and root-locus. Stability analysis of digital systems using Jury test, Routh Criterion, Nyquist and Bode plots. Design using root-locus and Bode plots introduced. Introduction to state-space and pole assignment. Finite-word length effects. MATLAB applications.

Prerequisite: EEE 180, WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109 M/W.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  188 Section 01 32935 1 Discussion 25/15 MW RVR1006 1000AM-1050AM Tatro,Russ HY
01 book for n/a  188 Section 01 32935 1 Discussion 25/15 F WEBONLINE - Tatro,Russ HY

EEE 180 - Signals and Systems (3 Units)

Rigorous development of the fundamental relationships governing time-domain and frequency-domain analysis of linear continuous-time and discrete-time systems. Topics include Fourier, Laplace and z-transforms, sampling theorem, modulation, system stability, and digital filters.

Prerequisite: ENGR 17, MATH 45, EEE 117; EEE 117 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  180 Section 01 37112 1 Discussion 37/2 M RVR1008 0900AM-0950AM Najafi,Zahra HY
01 book for n/a  180 Section 01 37112 1 Discussion 37/2 WF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Najafi,Zahra HY
02 book for n/a  180 Section 02 37137 1 Discussion 37/29 M RVR1008 0800AM-0850AM Pang,Jing HY
02 book for n/a  180 Section 02 37137 1 Discussion 37/29 WF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Pang,Jing HY

EEE 184 - Intro To Feedback Systems (3 Units)

Dynamic system modeling by transfer function and state-space methods using differential equation, time-response and frequency-response methods. Determination of steady-state errors due to step, ramp and parabolic inputs and disturbances for closed-loop systems. Mapping of block diagrams and state-space representations to signal flow graphs (SFG) as well as finding the transfer function of the system represented by the SFG by Mason's Rule. Closed-loop system stability is examined via poles and eigenvalues and by using the Routh-Hurwitz criterion. Introduction to observability and controllability of systems. Design of compensators for feedback systems using root-locus, frequency response and state-space methods. Introduction to digital control. Computer simulation methods such as MATLAB and SIMULINK are used to support the above subjects.

Prerequisite: EEE 180.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  184 Section 01 32502 1 Discussion 37/0 T RVR1006 1200PM-0115PM Cottle,James G HY
01 book for n/a  184 Section 01 32502 1 Discussion 37/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Cottle,James G HY
02 book for n/a  184 Section 02 37115 1 Discussion 25/16 M RVR1006 0900AM-0950AM Tatro,Russ HY
02 book for n/a  184 Section 02 37115 1 Discussion 25/16 WF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Tatro,Russ HY

EEE 185 - Modern Communicatn System (3 Units)

Review of signal and system analysis, sampling theorem and Nyquist's criteria for pulse shaping, signal distortion over a channel, study of digital and analog communication systems, line coding, signal to noise ratios, performance comparison of various communication systems.

Prerequisite: EEE 180, ENGR 120; ENGR 120 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  185 Section 02 32628 1 Discussion 20/0 T RVR5017 0430PM-0545PM Eltayeb,Mohammed HY
02 book for n/a  185 Section 02 32628 1 Discussion 20/0 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Eltayeb,Mohammed HY

EEE 131 - Electromechanics Lab (1 Units)

Direct current motor and generator characteristics, three phase synchronous motor and synchronous generator characteristics, single phase power transformer short circuit and no-load tests, frequency changer tests and tests on DC and AC machine models, potential and current transformers.

Prerequisite: EEE 117, EEE 130 (EEE 130 may be taken concurrently), and (GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  131 Section 01 32479 1 Laboratory 15/0 M SCL1102 0630PM-0910PM Saghaimaroof,Maghsoud HY
01 book for n/a  131 Section 01 32479 1 Laboratory 15/0 M WEBONLINE 0630PM-0910PM Saghaimaroof,Maghsoud HY

EEE 193B - Product Design Project II (2 Units)

Concentrates on design projects begun by the previous semester design teams in EEE 193A. The hardware will be completed, tested for the meeting of specifications and other requirements, and redesigned if necessary. Required software will be written, debugged and incorporated in a written report. The final results of the team project will be presented orally to the class and invited faculty in a publicized seminar. Lecture one hour; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: EEE 193A.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  193B Section 01 32382 1 Discussion 24/1 M RVR3001 1200PM-1250PM Tatro,Russ HY
01 book for n/a  193B Section 01 32382 1 Discussion 24/1 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Tatro,Russ HY
02 book for n/a  193B Section 02 32464 1 Laboratory 10/2 M RVR3001 0100PM-0340PM Tatro,Russ HY
02 book for n/a  193B Section 02 32464 1 Laboratory 10/2 M WEBONLINE 0100PM-0340PM Tatro,Russ HY
04 book for n/a  193B Section 04 32666 1 Laboratory 7/1 M 0100PM-0340PM Cottle,James G HY
04 book for n/a  193B Section 04 32666 1 Laboratory 7/1 M WEBONLINE 0100PM-0340PM Cottle,James G HY

EEE 174 - Intro To Microprocessors (4 Units)

Topics include: microcomputer systems, microprocessor architecture, machine and assembly language programming, timing operations, bus arbitration and exception processing logic, addressing modes, parallel and serial ports, memory, assemblers and development systems. The lab uses development systems and target systems in the Computer Engineering laboratory to assemble, link, test and debug and run various assignments. Lecture three hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: Junior status, EEE 64.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  174 Section 01 32383 1 Discussion 62/16 T ARC1010 0900AM-1015AM Dahlquist,Dennis HY
01 book for n/a  174 Section 01 32383 1 Discussion 62/16 WEBONLINE - Dahlquist,Dennis HY
02 book for n/a  174 Section 02 32384 1 Laboratory 20/0 M RVR3005 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY
02 book for n/a  174 Section 02 32384 1 Laboratory 20/0 M WEBONLINE 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY
03 book for n/a  174 Section 03 32573 1 Laboratory 20/10 R RVR3009 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY
03 book for n/a  174 Section 03 32573 1 Laboratory 20/10 R WEBONLINE 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY

EEE 108 - Electronics I (3 Units)

Introduction to electronics, ideal OP-AMPS, BJTs, FETs, DC biasing, VI characteristics, single stage amplifiers, low frequency small signal models, power supplies and voltage regulation. PSPICE required.

Prerequisite: EEE 117.

Corequisite: EEE 108L.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  108 Section 01 32461 1 Discussion 85/22 R TAH1007 0130PM-0245PM Heedley,Perry HY
01 book for n/a  108 Section 01 32461 1 Discussion 85/22 T WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Heedley,Perry HY

EEE 109 - Electronics II (4 Units)

Differential and multistage amplifiers, high frequency models (BJTs and FETs), feedback and sensitivity, power amplifiers, oscillators and waveform shaping circuits. Advanced use of PSPICE. Lecture three hours; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: EEE 108, EEE 108L, EEE 117, EEE 117L; and )GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  109 Section 01 32483 1 Discussion 30/0 T BRH203 0130PM-0245PM Haynie,Carl HY
01 book for n/a  109 Section 01 32483 1 Discussion 30/0 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Haynie,Carl HY

EEE 254 - Interconnected Power Syst (3 Units)

Computer control, optimization and organization of large power systems. Loan and frequency control, voltage control, large load flow and contingency studies. Introduction to state estimation and load forecasting.

Prerequisite: EEE 142.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  254 Section 01 32934 1 Seminar 15/12 T RVR1006 0600PM-0830PM Dr Mensah-Bonsu,Chris HY
01 book for n/a  254 Section 01 32934 1 Seminar 15/12 T WEBONLINE 0600PM-0830PM Dr Mensah-Bonsu,Chris HY

EEE 259 - Adv Topics Power Systems (3 Units)

Topics from recent advances in Electrical Power Engineering selected from IEEE Journal on "Power Systems" and "Power Systems Delivery." May be taken twice for credit.

Prerequisite: EEE 142.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  259 Section 01 37119 1 Seminar 12/7 T SCL1108 0600PM-0715PM Khanabadi,Mojtaba HY
01 book for n/a  259 Section 01 37119 1 Seminar 12/7 R WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Khanabadi,Mojtaba HY

EEE 192A - Elec Power Design Proj I (2 Units)

Concentrates on the planning, research and design aspects of electric power systems, including generation, transmission and distribution systems. Emphasis is placed on design philosophies, problem definition, research, project planning, written and oral communication skills, teamwork, development of specifications and effective utilization of available resources. Lecture one hour; laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: EEE 141, EEE 142, EEE 143; EEE 143 may be taken concurrently. WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  192A Section 01 32487 1 Discussion 30/9 M RVR1012 0800AM-0850AM Yazdani,Atousa HY
01 book for n/a  192A Section 01 32487 1 Discussion 30/9 M WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Yazdani,Atousa HY
02 book for n/a  192A Section 02 32488 1 Laboratory 15/0 M RVR3001 0900AM-1140AM Yazdani,Atousa HY
02 book for n/a  192A Section 02 32488 1 Laboratory 15/0 M WEBONLINE 0900AM-1140AM Yazdani,Atousa HY

EEE 142 - Power System Analysis II (3 Units)

Review of the fundamentals in electric energy systems; power flow analysis, disturbance of normal operating conditions, symmetrical components and sequence impedances, analysis of balanced and unbalanced faults; a brief review of protection systems; optimum allocation and dispatching of generators; dynamic system control; introduction to stability studies. Students in the course will use MATLAB to solve problems.

Prerequisite: EEE 130, EEE 141, and EEE 184 (EEE 184 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  142 Section 01 37061 1 Discussion 40/8 T MND2007 0430PM-0545PM Khanabadi,Mojtaba HY
01 book for n/a  142 Section 01 37061 1 Discussion 40/8 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Khanabadi,Mojtaba HY

EEE 143 - Power System Laboratory (1 Units)

Simulation of three phase operations and transmission line operation including voltage regulation, efficiency of long lines, power system stability, voltage control and load-frequency control, load flow and optimal dispatch for simplified interconnected systems.

Prerequisite: EEE 130, EEE 141 and (WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  143 Section 01 32385 1 Laboratory 14/0 R SCL1102 0630PM-0910PM Saghaimaroof,Maghsoud HY
01 book for n/a  143 Section 01 32385 1 Laboratory 14/0 R WEBONLINE 0630PM-0910PM Saghaimaroof,Maghsoud HY
02 book for n/a  143 Section 02 32501 1 Laboratory 14/3 W SCL1102 0630PM-0910PM Saghaimaroof,Maghsoud HY
02 book for n/a  143 Section 02 32501 1 Laboratory 14/3 W WEBONLINE 0630PM-0910PM Saghaimaroof,Maghsoud HY

EEE 196A - PCB Design Fundamentals (1 Units)

Printed circuit board (PCB) design fundamentals including library component creation, schematic capture, layout, routing, signal integrity and transmission line analysis, IEEE/IPC rules and standards, materials, manufacturing processes, and other physical properties of a PCB.

Prerequisite: EEE 102, CPE 102 or EEE 108.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  196A Section 01 32812 1 Laboratory 30/22 M ARC1014 0730PM-1010PM Moyer,Kristopher Scott HY
01 book for n/a  196A Section 01 32812 1 Laboratory 30/22 M WEBONLINE 0730PM-1010PM Moyer,Kristopher Scott HY

EEE 201 - Research Methodology (2 Units)

Immersion in the discourse of Electrical and Electronic Engineering: genres, literacies, stylistic conventions, research methodology. Collective and individual study of selected issues and problems relating to fields of study in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Orientation to the requirements for the master's degree culminating experience.

Note: Must be taken in the first semester of the graduate program.

Prerequisite: Graduate standing or instructor permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  201 Section 01 36443 1 Seminar 15/13 M BRH203 0200PM-0250PM Kumar,Preetham B HY,WI
01 book for n/a  201 Section 01 36443 1 Seminar 15/13 M WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Kumar,Preetham B HY,WI
02 book for n/a  201 Section 02 36444 1 Laboratory 15/13 W RVR3001 0200PM-0440PM Kumar,Preetham B HY,WI
02 book for n/a  201 Section 02 36444 1 Laboratory 15/13 W WEBONLINE 0200PM-0440PM Kumar,Preetham B HY,WI

EEE 108L - Electronics I Laboratory (1 Units)

Characteristics and applications of semiconductor devices including diodes, BJTs and FETs, and analog integrated circuits including opamps. Introduction to circuit simulation using professional computer-aided design (CAD) software. Laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: EEE 117, EEE 117L

Corequisite: EEE 108

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
04 book for n/a  108L Section 04 32499 1 Laboratory 16/7 W RVR5017 0200PM-0440PM Cottle,James G HY
04 book for n/a  108L Section 04 32499 1 Laboratory 16/7 W WEBONLINE 0200PM-0440PM Cottle,James G HY

EEE 110 - Adv Analog Integrated Cir (3 Units)

The use of operational amplifiers in circuit designs for applications such as filtering, switched capacitor design, sample and hold design, instrumentation amplifiers, and voltage reference circuitry will be explored, as well as topics in Feedback Theory.

Prerequisite: EEE 109 or consent of instructor.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  110 Section 01 37366 1 Discussion 25/20 T BRH203 0300PM-0430PM Haynie,Carl HY
01 book for n/a  110 Section 01 37366 1 Discussion 25/20 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0430PM Haynie,Carl HY

EEE 117 - Network Analysis (3 Units)

Review of sinusoidal steady state, phasors, complex power, three phase power, mutual inductance, series and parallel resonance. Introduction to application of Laplace transforms in network analysis, transfer functions, Bode plots, Fourier series, two-port circuits.

Prerequisite: ENGR 17, MATH 45, and PHYS 11C

Corequisite: EEE 117L.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  117 Section 01 32529 1 Discussion 37/16 MW RVR1006 1100AM-1150AM Tatro,Russ HY
01 book for n/a  117 Section 01 32529 1 Discussion 37/16 F WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Tatro,Russ HY

EEE 246 - Advanced Digital Control (3 Units)

Review of digital control methods using transform techniques. State-variable representation and design of digital control systems, state-space compensators and tracking systems, polynomial equations approach, LQR and LQG discrete-time control and identification, and introduction to adaptive self-turning regulators.

Prerequisite: EEE 241.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  246 Section 01 32751 1 Seminar 10/9 MW ARC3004 1000AM-1050AM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  246 Section 01 32751 1 Seminar 10/9 F WEBONLINE - Staff HY

EEE 244 - Numerical Analysis (3 Units)

Computational methods for solving problems in engineering analysis. Topics include variational methods, finite-difference analysis, optimization methods, and matrix methods. Focuses predominantly on applications of the methods, and students are required to solve real-world, engineering problems on the computer.

Prerequisite: EEE 180.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  244 Section 01 37118 1 Seminar 25/12 M MND1026 1200PM-1250PM Kumar,Preetham B HY
01 book for n/a  244 Section 01 37118 1 Seminar 25/12 WF WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Kumar,Preetham B HY

EEE 64 - Intro To Logic Design (4 Units)

Covers the following topics: logic gates, binary number system, conversion between number systems, Boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, combinational logic, digital logic design, flip-flops, programmable logic devices (PLDs), counters, registers, memories, state machines, designing combinational logic and state machines into PLDs, and basic computer architecture. Lab emphasizes the use of software equation entry design tools, the use of a schematic entry, and the use of a logic simulation design tool. Lab assignments are design-oriented.

Prerequisite: CSC 15 or CSC 25 or ENGR 50

Cross Listed: CPE 64; 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   64 Section 01 32716 1 Lecture 20/1 T ARC1010 1030AM-1145AM Dahlquist,Dennis E,HY
01 book for n/a   64 Section 01 32716 1 Lecture 20/1 WEBONLINE - Dahlquist,Dennis E,HY
04 book for n/a   64 Section 04 32717 1 Lecture 12/6 R ARC1010 0900AM-1015AM Dahlquist,Dennis E,HY
04 book for n/a   64 Section 04 32717 1 Lecture 12/6 WEBONLINE - Dahlquist,Dennis E,HY
06 book for n/a   64 Section 06 32718 1 Lecture 20/10 M EUR113 0130PM-0245PM Pang,Jing E,HY
06 book for n/a   64 Section 06 32718 1 Lecture 20/10 W WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Pang,Jing E,HY
07 book for n/a   64 Section 07 32681 1 Laboratory 10/4 F RVR3005 1200PM-0240PM Wekanda,Samuel E,HY
07 book for n/a   64 Section 07 32681 1 Laboratory 10/4 F WEBONLINE 1200PM-0240PM Wekanda,Samuel E,HY
08 book for n/a   64 Section 08 32852 1 Laboratory 10/6 M RVR3005 1000AM-1240PM Wekanda,Samuel E,HY
08 book for n/a   64 Section 08 32852 1 Laboratory 10/6 M WEBONLINE 1000AM-1240PM Wekanda,Samuel E,HY

ENGL 16 - Structure Of English (3 Units)

Introduction to the terminology and structure of traditional grammar; analysis of the standard rules for agreement, punctuation, pronoun reference, etc.; introduction to social variance with respect to usage-standard vs. non-standard; and a description of the English sound system (vowels and consonants) and its relationship to standard orthography (sound/letter correspondences) spelling rules.

Prerequisite: ENGL 5 or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   16 Section 01 30001 1 Discussion 80/40 MW TSC1002 1200PM-0115PM Seo,Mi-Suk HY
01 book for n/a   16 Section 01 30001 1 Discussion 80/40 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Seo,Mi-Suk HY

ENGL 210G - Second Lang Acquisition (3 Units)

Examines the factors affecting the acquisition of a second language, focusing on research in this area since 1970. Topics covered are: transfer and the role of the first language; developmental sequences; the role of input, interaction and output; cognitive and personality variables, including age; and the role of formal instruction and error correction.

Prerequisite: ENGL 200D.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  210G Section 01 35883 1 Seminar 16/7 TR MND4005 0430PM-0545PM Komiyama,Reiko HY
01 book for n/a  210G Section 01 35883 1 Seminar 16/7 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Komiyama,Reiko HY

ENGL 40B - Intro To British Lit,II (3 Units)

Major developments in the literature of England from the Pre-Romantics and Romantics through the 20th century.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   40B Section 01 30383 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Cope,Jonas HUM (C2),OL

ENGL 110J - Tradtnl Grammr+Stnd Usage (3 Units)

Develops a thorough understanding of basic issues in traditional English grammar and usage. It emphasizes knowledge of traditional grammar needed by single-subject credential students expecting to teach high school English. Topics include parts of speech, functions of words in sentences, phrases and clauses, and punctuation. Students will learn to apply their knowledge of grammar in composition instruction and marking essays. Students will also study use of specific grammatical features in developing rhetorical styles.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  110J Section 01 30961 1 Discussion 40/26 MW DH206 0300PM-0415PM Seo,Mi-Suk HY
01 book for n/a  110J Section 01 30961 1 Discussion 40/26 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Seo,Mi-Suk HY
02 book for n/a  110J Section 02 31108 1 Discussion 40/24 TR DH106 0300PM-0415PM Seo,Mi-Suk HY
02 book for n/a  110J Section 02 31108 1 Discussion 40/24 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Seo,Mi-Suk HY

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
05 book for n/a    5M Section 05 31377 1 Discussion 23/0 TR WEBONLINE 0730AM-0845AM Staff A2,OL

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
11 book for n/a    5 Section 11 30424 1 Discussion 23/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Staff A2,OL
13 book for n/a    5 Section 13 30468 1 Discussion 23/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Staff A2,OL
14 book for n/a    5 Section 14 30987 1 Discussion 23/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Staff A2,OL
15 book for n/a    5 Section 15 36820 1 Discussion 23/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Staff A2,OL
17 book for n/a    5 Section 17 30469 1 Discussion 23/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Staff A2,OL
27 book for n/a    5 Section 27 30435 1 Discussion 23/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Staff A2,OL
28 book for n/a    5 Section 28 30474 1 Discussion 23/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Staff A2,OL
33 book for n/a    5 Section 33 30437 1 Discussion 23/0 WEBONLINE - Staff A2,OL
34 book for n/a    5 Section 34 30992 1 Discussion 23/0 WEBONLINE - Staff A2,OL
48 book for n/a    5 Section 48 31418 1 Discussion 23/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Staff A2,OL
53 book for n/a    5 Section 53 31441 1 Discussion 23/0 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Staff A2,OL

ENGL 125A - Lit & Film for Adolescents (4 Units)

Provides prospective secondary school English teachers with an opportunity to think through important issues related to the planning and implementation of literature programs for adolescents. Equal emphasis will be given to the study of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, drama, and film. The focus will embrace literature from a variety of cultures and periods.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 or ENGL 120A and COMS 104 or COMS 4

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  125A Section 01 31220 1 Discussion 35/7 M EUR105 1200PM-0115PM Fanetti,Susan HY
01 book for n/a  125A Section 01 31220 1 Discussion 35/7 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Fanetti,Susan HY

ENGL 125B - Writing and the Young Writer (4 Units)

Provides an introduction to teaching writing in high school and operates on the assumption that the need for and impact of writing competence for students is interdisciplinary and pervasive. The class has a workshop format, and students will practice many of the strategies studied. The texts will cover theoretical issues in teaching composition and practical methods of implementing theory in public school classrooms.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 or ENGL 120A; and ENGL 110J or ENGL 110Q or ENGL 16

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  125B Section 01 31212 1 Discussion 35/11 M MRP1010 0130PM-0245PM Fanetti,Susan HY
01 book for n/a  125B Section 01 31212 1 Discussion 35/11 W WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Fanetti,Susan HY

ENGL 125F - Teaching Oral Skills (3 Units)

Provide students with both the necessary background knowledge as well as the specific pedagogical tools for promoting proficiency in spoken interaction, listening skills, and pronunciation in second language/foreign language contexts, specifically, English as a Second Language (ESL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  125F Section 02 31113 1 Lecture 35/8 TR DH108 0430PM-0545PM Clark,John T HY
02 book for n/a  125F Section 02 31113 1 Lecture 35/8 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Clark,John T HY

ENGL 20 - College Composition II (3 Units)

Advanced writing that builds upon the critical thinking, reading, and writing processes introduced in ENGL 5 and ENGL 5M. Emphasizes rhetorical awareness by exploring reading and writing within diverse academic contexts with a focus on the situational nature of the standards, values, habits, conventions, and products of composition. Students will research and analyze different disciplinary genres, purposes, and audiences with the goals of understanding how to appropriately shape their writing for different readers and demonstrating this understanding through various written products.

Note: Writing requirement: a minimum of 5,000 words.

Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 5 or ENGL 5M OR ENGL 11 or ENGL 11M or equivalent with a C- or better; sophomore standing (must have completed 30 units prior to registration).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   20 Section 01 30346 1 Discussion 28/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Staff OL
05 book for n/a   20 Section 05 30463 1 Discussion 28/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Staff OL
12 book for n/a   20 Section 12 30357 1 Discussion 28/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Staff OL
13 book for n/a   20 Section 13 30330 1 Discussion 28/0 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
14 book for n/a   20 Section 14 30331 1 Discussion 28/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Staff OL
15 book for n/a   20 Section 15 30332 1 Discussion 28/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Staff OL
16 book for n/a   20 Section 16 31161 1 Discussion 28/0 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
17 book for n/a   20 Section 17 30333 1 Discussion 28/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Staff OL
18 book for n/a   20 Section 18 30334 1 Discussion 28/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Staff OL
26 book for n/a   20 Section 26 31176 1 Discussion 28/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Staff OL
30 book for n/a   20 Section 30 30344 1 Discussion 28/0 TR WEBONLINE 0730AM-0845AM Staff OL
31 book for n/a   20 Section 31 30345 1 Discussion 28/0 TR WEBONLINE 0730AM-0845AM Staff OL
32 book for n/a   20 Section 32 30358 1 Discussion 28/0 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
33 book for n/a   20 Section 33 30359 1 Discussion 28/0 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
51 book for n/a   20 Section 51 30455 1 Discussion 28/0 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
52 book for n/a   20 Section 52 31455 1 Discussion 28/0 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

ENGL 185B - 20th Cen Fiction By Women (4 Units)

Covers short stories and novels spanning the century and including women writers from a variety of nationalities, class, cultural and ethnic groups. Emphasizes what Virginia Woolf calls "the delicate transaction between a writer and the spirit of the age" and works with the writers presented so as to elicit the developing strands of influence and critique that bring these disparate writers into a common dialogue.

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  185B Section 01 36612 1 Lecture 28/0 W AMD309 0630PM-0920PM Ghosal,Torsa HY,WI
01 book for n/a  185B Section 01 36612 1 Lecture 28/0 W WEBONLINE 0630PM-0920PM Ghosal,Torsa HY,WI

ENGL 210B - Sociolinguistics+Tesol (3 Units)

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  210B Section 01 35882 1 Seminar 16/9 TR MND4005 0600PM-0715PM Clark,John T HY
01 book for n/a  210B Section 01 35882 1 Seminar 16/9 TR WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Clark,John T HY

ENGL 109X - Writing-Intensive Workshop (1 Units)

Student-centered group tutorial which will offer supplemental instruction in elements of academic writing taught in writing-intensive upper-division courses; it will provide support to students concurrently enrolled in writing-intensive upper-division courses throughout the writing process, including drafting, revising, and editing, for a variety of papers.

Prerequisite: Writing Placement for Juniors: student who receive a 4-unit placement on the WPJ.

Corequisite: Writing-Intensive upper-division course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  109X Section 01 30372 1 Activity 15/10 M MND4005 1000AM-1050AM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  109X Section 01 30372 1 Activity 15/10 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
02 book for n/a  109X Section 02 30373 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
03 book for n/a  109X Section 03 30374 1 Activity 15/7 M SLN4008 1200PM-1250PM Staff HY
03 book for n/a  109X Section 03 30374 1 Activity 15/7 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
04 book for n/a  109X Section 04 30375 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
05 book for n/a  109X Section 05 30413 1 Activity 15/14 T AMD362 1000AM-1050AM Staff HY
05 book for n/a  109X Section 05 30413 1 Activity 15/14 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
06 book for n/a  109X Section 06 30376 1 Activity 15/7 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
07 book for n/a  109X Section 07 30388 1 Activity 15/10 T MND1028 1200PM-1250PM Staff HY
07 book for n/a  109X Section 07 30388 1 Activity 15/10 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
08 book for n/a  109X Section 08 30389 1 Activity 15/9 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
09 book for n/a  109X Section 09 30390 1 Activity 15/15 W MND4005 0900AM-0950AM Staff HY
09 book for n/a  109X Section 09 30390 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
10 book for n/a  109X Section 10 30391 1 Activity 15/13 WEBONLINE - Staff OL

ENGL 500 - Culminating Experience (2 Units)

Completion of a thesis, project, comprehensive examination. In addition, students will be asked to edit and reflect on their portfolio projects from coursework.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  500 Section 01 31235 1 Thesis Research 34/29 MW DH214 0600PM-0715PM Rice,Douglas HY
01 book for n/a  500 Section 01 31235 1 Thesis Research 34/29 MW WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Rice,Douglas HY

ENGL 198X - Senior Portfolio (2 Units)

In this course, students, as one element of their capstone experience, will reflect on their work in their classes and portfolio projects; the English major, its structure, curriculum, and values; their career goals and life-long learning; and the meanings of education and literacies in the academy and popular cultures. Students will edit and finalize their senior portfolio.

Prerequisite: ENGL 120A, at least 80 units, and one of the following: ENGL 98, 100B, 100Z, 105, 120C, 120P, 120R, 125A,125B,130A, 30A, 30B, 30C, 130C, 130D, 130F, 130G, 130J, 130M, 130N, 130W, 130Y, 140A, 140B, 140C, 140E, 140F, 140G, 140H, 140I, 140J, 140K, 140L, 140M, 140R, 140Z, 145A, 145B, 145C, 145I, 150A, 150B, 150C, 150D, 150E, 150F, 150G, 150H, 150I, 150J, 150L,150M, 150P, 150R, 155E, 165D, 165F, 170A, 170D, 170E, 170G, 170H, 170I, 170K, 170M, 170N, 170Z, 180A, 180B, 180F, 180H, 180L, 180M,180Z, 185B, 185C, 185D, 190D, 190H, 190J, 190P, 190Q, 190R, 190V, 195A, 195C, 195C, 195W, 197A, 197G, 197I, 197K, 197L, 197M, 197P, 197R.

Note: On-line course

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  198X Section 01 31301 1 Activity 15/0 - Cope,Jonas OL
02 book for n/a  198X Section 02 31302 1 Activity 15/3 - Hayes,Hogan OL
03 book for n/a  198X Section 03 31303 1 Activity 15/15 - Staff OL
04 book for n/a  198X Section 04 31304 1 Activity 15/3 - Lee,Hellen OL
05 book for n/a  198X Section 05 31305 1 Activity 15/0 - Martinez,Rosa Angelica OL
06 book for n/a  198X Section 06 31306 1 Activity 15/3 - Williams,Samuel B OL
07 book for n/a  198X Section 07 35881 1 Activity 15/10 - Hayes,Hogan OL

ENGL 198T - Senior Seminar In English (4 Units)

Features specialized topics taught by a variety of instructors depending upon the semester. Topics can include subject matter from literature, linguistics, English education, creative writing, composition/rhetoric, and film. Tend to the production of a significant research paper, a paper which will emphasize the student's ability to: evaluate, assess, and interpret multiple texts; integrate primary and secondary sources; construct a sustained, coherent, and rhetorically sophisticated piece of writing.

Prerequisite: ENGL 120A and a minimum of 90 units.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  198T Section 02 31213 1 Seminar 23/0 TR EUR309 1200PM-0115PM Zarins,Kim HY
02 book for n/a  198T Section 02 31213 1 Seminar 23/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Zarins,Kim HY
03 book for n/a  198T Section 03 31228 1 Seminar 23/0 M LSN2300 0300PM-0415PM Fanetti,Susan HY
03 book for n/a  198T Section 03 31228 1 Seminar 23/0 W WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Fanetti,Susan HY

ENGL 410B - Internship-ESL Teaching (3 Units)

Provides interns with an opportunity to experience the day-to-day life of an ESL class. Tutors will observe an ESL class, will assist the teacher in conducting various aspects of the class, and will be responsible for planning and teaching at least one class session. Seminar meetings will provide and overview of ESL teaching methodology.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  410B Section 01 31115 1 Practicum 12/7 MW RVR1006 0300PM-0415PM Komiyama,Reiko HY,I
01 book for n/a  410B Section 01 31115 1 Practicum 12/7 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Komiyama,Reiko HY,I

ENGL 120A - Advanced Composition (4 Units)

Intensive writing workshop in which student writing is the focus. Students will engage in a writing process that will include feedback from peers and the instructor throughout the process. This writing process may occur in a variety of rhetorical situations and genres. Through reflection on their writing products and processes, students will gain an awareness of themselves as writers. By the end of the course students will complete an extensive research project and a guided project focused on academic inquiry.

Note: ENGL 120A is a requirement for English majors.

Prerequisite: GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  120A Section 01 31218 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH106 1200PM-0115PM Martinez,Rosa Angelica HY
01 book for n/a  120A Section 01 31218 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Martinez,Rosa Angelica HY
02 book for n/a  120A Section 02 31219 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Staff OL

ENGL 116A - Studies In Applied Ling (3 Units)

Students learn the basics of the English system of phonology and morphology. Takes an integrated approach synthesizing the issues of phonics, schemata-building, and whole language strategies in teaching reading and writing to young learners. Students will also learn the importance of first and second language acquisition for elementary school students.Evaluation will include classroom examinations, and students will also undertake a detailed case study of one child learning to read and write.

Prerequisite: GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  116A Section 01 31111 1 Discussion 35/0 TR DH108 1200PM-0115PM Clark,John T HY
01 book for n/a  116A Section 01 31111 1 Discussion 35/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Clark,John T HY

ENGL 30A - Intro to Creative Writing (4 Units)

Workshop for students who have had little or no experience writing fiction or poetry and who are trying to decide if they are interested in becoming writers. Over the course of the semester, students write and polish several poems and short stories which they present for critique and commentary. In addition, they study the basic elements of fiction and poetry and learn how to use these effectively in their own work.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   30A Section 01 35867 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM McKinney,Joshua OL

ENGL 50A - Intro To American Lit I (3 Units)

Major developments in the literature of America from the beginnings through the Civil War.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   50A Section 01 36613 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Sweet,Nancy HUM (C2),OL

ENGL 65 - Intro World Lit In Engl (3 Units)

An introduction to world literature written in English that places writers and their works within colonial, post-colonial, and literary contexts. Texts may come from Africa, India, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, the Caribbean, Canada, and non-English Britain.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   65 Section 01 31107 1 Lecture 40/0 TR CPS327 0300PM-0415PM Martinez,Rosa Angelica HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a   65 Section 01 31107 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Martinez,Rosa Angelica HUM (C2),HY

ENGL 180B - Forms African-Am Fiction (4 Units)

Focuses on four or more African-American writers of fiction, surveying texts representing a historical succession of literary periods.

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  180B Section 01 31293 1 Lecture 28/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Lee,Hellen OL,WI

ENGL 170G - Modern Poetry (4 Units)

General course in English language poetry written in the late 19th and early 20th century poetry, a period of great innovation in poetry. It focuses on approach: what is the modern poem and how does one read it? Emphasis is placed on the function of image, voice, line break, rhythm, etc. Writers might include Whitman, Dickinson, Yeats, Pound, Eliot, Hardy, and Hopkins.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  170G Section 01 35876 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM McKinney,Joshua OL

ENGL 110B - Hist Of The Engl Language (3 Units)

Survey of the linguistic and social history of the English language, tracing its growth from a minor dialect of the Germanic family to one of the most widely spoken languages of the world. Topics include structural change in the language, vocabulary growth, and variation in English around the world.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  110B Section 01 31217 1 Discussion 40/14 TR DH206 1030AM-1145AM Clark,John T HY
01 book for n/a  110B Section 01 31217 1 Discussion 40/14 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Clark,John T HY

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
01 book for n/a    1X Section 01 31163 1 Activity 15/15 M LIB126 0900AM-0950AM Staff HY
03 book for n/a    1X Section 03 31165 1 Activity 15/14 WEBONLINE - Staff OL
05 book for n/a    1X Section 05 31369 1 Activity 15/13 W BRH203 1100AM-1150AM Staff HY

ENGL 230X - Mstr Class In Writ Fict (4 Units)

Workshop provides intensive instruction in the theory and craft of writing fiction designed for students who are already writing at a professional or near-professional level, and for those who have proven themselves ready to take advanced study with careful, individualized direction of the instructor.

Prerequisite: ENGL 130A, or ENGL 130M, or ENGL 130N, or ENGL 230A or instructor permission.

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  230X Section 01 35885 1 Discussion 16/6 TR DH214 0600PM-0715PM Rice,Douglas HY
01 book for n/a  230X Section 01 35885 1 Discussion 16/6 TR WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Rice,Douglas HY

ENGL 130C - Special Topics Poetry Writing (4 Units)

Provides students with further opportunity to refine their poetic craft beyond the levels achieved in 30C and 130B. Emphasizes further experimentation with meters, verse forms, and figures of speech as well as questioning the "rules" of poetry and encouraging students to blur or defy the boundaries of genre. Focal points for analysis and discussion will be poems and essays by contemporary poets of various aesthetic orientations, as well as work produced by members of the class.

Prerequisite: ENGL 30A or ENGL 30C.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  130C Section 01 36618 1 Discussion 30/16 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM McKinney,Joshua OL

ENGL 130A - Intermediate Fiction Writing (4 Units)

Workshop for students who already have some experience writing short stories. Students write and polish several stories which they present for critique and commentary. They also take an in-depth look at the theory and craft of fiction-writing, analyze the stories of contemporary writers from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and learn how to apply what they have learned to their own writing.

Prerequisite: ENGL 30A or ENGL 30B

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  130A Section 01 35870 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Williams,Samuel B OL

ENGL 20M - Col Comp II Multilingual (3 Units)

Advanced writing for multilingual that builds upon the critical thinking, reading, and writing processes introduced in English 5/5M. Emphasizes rhetorical awareness by exploring reading and writing within diverse academic contexts focusing on the situational nature of the standards, values, habits, conventions, and products of composition. Students will research and analyze different disciplinary genres, purposes, and audiences with the goals of understanding how to appropriately shape their writing for different readers and demonstrating this understanding through various written products.

Note: Writing requirement: a minimum of 5,000 words.

Prerequisite: ENGL 5 or ENGL 5M or equivalent; sophomore standing

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a   20M Section 02 30362 1 Discussion 28/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Staff OL
03 book for n/a   20M Section 03 30363 1 Discussion 28/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Staff OL

ENGL 150B - Am Romanticism, 1835-1865 (4 Units)

Focuses on one of the great periods in the history of literature. It has appropriately been called the American Renaissance. Writers covered might include but not be limited to Poe, Hawthorne, Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, Melville, Whitman, Dickinson.

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  150B Section 01 31361 1 Lecture 30/0 TR BRH204 0130PM-0245PM Sweet,Nancy HY,WI
01 book for n/a  150B Section 01 31361 1 Lecture 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Sweet,Nancy HY,WI

ENGR 50 - Computational Methods & Apps (3 Units)

Computational methods for solving problems in analysis and design. Introduces lower division students to the use of computer technology for the computations required to solve real world problems in science and engineering. Includes introduction to numerical techniques, introduction to structured programming, and graphic visualization. Practical applications of analysis and design using tools such as MATLAB and C++. Emphasis is on developing confidence and skill in finding computational solutions to practical science and engineering problems. Portable computer recommended. Lecture three hours.

Prerequisite: Math 30 and PHYS 11A; Physics 11A 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   50 Section 01 32533 1 Discussion 38/34 M ARC1015 0700AM-0750AM Najafi,Zahra HY
01 book for n/a   50 Section 01 32533 1 Discussion 38/34 WF WEBONLINE 0700AM-0750AM Najafi,Zahra HY
02 book for n/a   50 Section 02 32609 1 Discussion 38/19 M ARC1015 0800AM-0850AM Najafi,Zahra HY
02 book for n/a   50 Section 02 32609 1 Discussion 38/19 WF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Najafi,Zahra HY

ENGR 17 - Intro Circuit Analysis (3 Units)

Writing of mesh and node equations. DC and transient circuit analysis by linear differential equation techniques. Application of laws and theorems of Kirchoff, Ohm, Thevenin, Norton and maximum power transfer. Sinusoidal analysis using phasors, average power.

Prerequisite: PHYS 11C, MATH 45; either the math or physics may be taken concurrently, but not both.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   17 Section 01 32503 1 Discussion 35/23 T EUR113 0900AM-1015AM Bayard,Jean-Pierre R HY
01 book for n/a   17 Section 01 32503 1 Discussion 35/23 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Bayard,Jean-Pierre R HY
02 book for n/a   17 Section 02 32458 1 Discussion 35/21 T ARC3004 1030AM-1145AM Bayard,Jean-Pierre R HY
02 book for n/a   17 Section 02 32458 1 Discussion 35/21 R WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Bayard,Jean-Pierre R HY
04 book for n/a   17 Section 04 32530 1 Discussion 35/0 M DH106 0600PM-0715PM Cottle,James G HY
04 book for n/a   17 Section 04 32530 1 Discussion 35/0 W WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Cottle,James G HY

ENGR 120 - Probability+Random Signal (3 Units)

Probability and random signals and their application in engineering systems. Topics include the random sample space model, concept of axiomatic probability, conditional probability, discrete and continuous random variables, probability density and distribution functions, functions and statistics of random variables, random vectors multivariate distributions, and correlation and covariance of random vectors. Applications include estimation, risk, signal detection, random signals and noise in linear systems, reliability, and estimation.

Prerequisite: EEE 180; 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  120 Section 02 32495 1 Discussion 35/14 T EUR113 0130PM-0245PM Eltayeb,Mohammed HY
02 book for n/a  120 Section 02 32495 1 Discussion 35/14 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Eltayeb,Mohammed HY
03 book for n/a  120 Section 03 32587 1 Discussion 30/0 T TAH1002 1030AM-1145AM Eltayeb,Mohammed HY
03 book for n/a  120 Section 03 32587 1 Discussion 30/0 R WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Eltayeb,Mohammed HY

ENGR 124 - Thermodynamics (3 Units)

Study of thermodynamic principles and their applications to engineering problems. Includes a study of the first and second laws, the properties of pure substances and ideal gas, gas/vapor mixtures, and an introduction to thermodynamic cycles.

Prerequisite: CHEM 1E, PHYS 11A, and MATH 32 or MATH 35 or MATH 100.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  124 Section 03 32440 1 Discussion 25/0 TR RVR1004 0130PM-0245PM Marbach,Timothy L HY

ENGR 1 - Intro To Engineering (1 Units)

Engineering study skills, fundamentals of the engineering design process and problem solving, current engineering challenges. Distinctions and similarities of different engineering disciplines. The engineering profession, ethics, teamwork, communication skills. Course helps students make an informed choice of their engineering majors.

Prerequisite: Engineering major status or instructor permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    1 Section 01 32670 1 Lecture 31/19 W BRH203 0800AM-0850AM Aguilar Rudametkin,Sergio Isaac E,HY
01 book for n/a    1 Section 01 32670 1 Lecture 31/19 W WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Aguilar Rudametkin,Sergio Isaac E,HY
02 book for n/a    1 Section 02 32861 1 Lecture 37/22 W RVR1006 0900AM-0950AM Salahi,Amir E,HY
02 book for n/a    1 Section 02 32861 1 Lecture 37/22 W WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Salahi,Amir E,HY

ENTR 189 - Corporate Entrepreneurshp (3 Units)

Offers a multidisciplinary framework for studying and developing corporate entrepreneurship. Covers the climate and culture of an entrepreneurial organization, strategies for developing new business ventures within an organization, and strategies for transforming firms toward a more entrepreneurially driven organization. As a result, students will increase their understanding of environment, processes and strategies that will create value and build competence through entrepreneurial activities within organizations.

Prerequisite: Upper-division standing.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  189 Section 01 31508 1 Discussion 40/3 W WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Staff 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 35027 1 Lecture 35/0 WEBONLINE - Singh,Ajay B2,OL
02 book for n/a   10 Section 02 35177 1 Lecture 35/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Reede Jr,James W B2,OL
03 book for n/a   10 Section 03 35187 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Sax,Todd B2,OL
04 book for n/a   10 Section 04 35188 1 Lecture 80/17 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Staff B2,OL
06 book for n/a   10 Section 06 35517 1 Lecture 80/13 MW WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Fulton,Julian B2,OL
07 book for n/a   10 Section 07 35641 1 Lecture 40/16 MW WEBONLINE 0400PM-0515PM Howard,Cody B2,OL
08 book for n/a   10 Section 08 35642 1 Lecture 35/19 MW ARC1007 0900AM-1015AM Hereford,Joe H. B2,OL
10 book for n/a   10 Section 10 36943 1 Lecture 80/20 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Flowers,Christine L B2,OL

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 35414 1 Lecture 40/22 TR AMD308 1030AM-1145AM Popejoy,Gregory M A3,HY
01 book for n/a   11 Section 01 35414 1 Lecture 40/22 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Popejoy,Gregory M A3,HY

ENVS 111 - Environmental Ethics (3 Units)

Consideration of the ethical dimensions of human interactions with the natural world and with each other in the context of complex societal needs. Students will employ critical thinking skills to integrate insights from the biological sciences, social sciences, and humanities to make ethical decisions about controversial environmental topics. Students are encouraged to examine multiple perspectives on these issues through debate, discussion and personal reflection. No prior experience with philosophy is required.

Prerequisite: ENVS 10 or ENVS 10H or ENVS 11 or permission from instructor.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 35028 1 Discussion 40/0 MW ARC1007 0130PM-0245PM Papouchis,Christopher M HY
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 35028 1 Discussion 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Papouchis,Christopher M HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 36447 1 Discussion 40/6 MW ARC1007 0300PM-0415PM Papouchis,Christopher M HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 36447 1 Discussion 40/6 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Papouchis,Christopher M HY

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 35573 1 Discussion 40/8 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Staff 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 35126 1 Seminar 60/24 T SQU301 0430PM-0545PM Flowers,Christine L HY
01 book for n/a  187 Section 01 35126 1 Seminar 60/24 T WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Flowers,Christine L HY

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 35598 1 Lecture 40/18 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Fulton,Julian OL

ENVS 295 - Practicum (2-6 Units)

Graduate internship experiences in practical setting.

Note: Open only to graduate students specializing in environmental studies.

Prerequisite: Permission of faculty advisor and director.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  295 Section 01 37398 1 Thesis Research 5/4 TBAARR - Linklater,Wayne I,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 35170 1 Seminar 45/36 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Fulton,Julian OL

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 35071 1 Lecture 37/21 MW AMD262 1000AM-1050AM Bill,Amber R HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a  150 Section 01 35071 1 Lecture 37/21 WEBONLINE - Bill,Amber R HUM (C2),HY

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 35515 1 Lecture 40/29 T LIB65 0300PM-0415PM Huante-Tzintzun,Nancy HY
01 book for n/a  161 Section 01 35515 1 Lecture 40/29 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Huante-Tzintzun,Nancy HY

ETHN 194 - Research Ethnic Studies (3 Units)

Designed to provide students with contemporary theoretical knowledge and practical skills for conducting research in the African American, Asian American, Chicanx/Latinx, 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 36492 1 Research 25/7 T KDM145 1030AM-1145AM Ramirez,Elvia HY
01 book for n/a  194 Section 01 36492 1 Research 25/7 WEBONLINE - Ramirez,Elvia HY

FIN 140 - Employee Benefits (3 Units)

Intensive and analytical examination of the employee benefit planning environment and its risk exposures. Using a risk management approach, the topical areas studied include mandatory programs, especially OASDHI and ERISA; health care; group life and disability; retirement income and capital accumulation plans; paid time off; family-centered benefits; flexible benefits and cafeteria plans; and benefit cost information. Case studies and extensive contact with the business community as well as team projects are required. This is an important class for specialists in human resources management, especially personnel, pre-law, and health care or those who will be providing insurance products to fulfill employment benefit needs.

Prerequisite: FIN 138 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  140 Section 02 35911 1 Seminar 55/12 TR ALP232 0430PM-0545PM Stanislaus,Selvi C HY
02 book for n/a  140 Section 02 35911 1 Seminar 55/12 WEBONLINE - Stanislaus,Selvi C HY

FIN 142 - Real Estate Finance (3 Units)

Examination of the mechanisms of real estate finance, sources of funds, loan contracts, principles of mortgage risk analysis, and the role of group equity investment. The evolution of secondary mortgage markets, government policy, and market interference will be investigated from a risk management standpoint.

Prerequisite: FIN 19 or ACCY 121 or FIN 101 or ENGR 140; Buisness Majors only

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  142 Section 01 31627 1 Lecture 48/15 R TAH1003 0430PM-0545PM Ikromov,Nuriddin HY
01 book for n/a  142 Section 01 31627 1 Lecture 48/15 WEBONLINE - Ikromov,Nuriddin HY

FIN 149 - Current Topics in Real Estate (3 Units)

Examines contemporary and emerging issues in real estate trends, space and asset market equilibrium, land use controls and regulation, market analysis, mortgage markets, property markets, real estate cycles, real estate development, real estate finance and investments, real estate securities, and/or real estate taxation. Use of computer software and applications are emphasized to understand real estate analytics and geographic information systems applications to real estate data.

Prerequisite: FIN 19 or FIN 101; must be BSBA major or RELU minor

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  149 Section 01 31658 1 Seminar 45/36 TR TAH1004 1200PM-0115PM Thakur,Sudhir K HY
01 book for n/a  149 Section 01 31658 1 Seminar 45/36 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Thakur,Sudhir K HY

FIN 135 - Investments (3 Units)

Significant characteristics of numerous types of investments; securities markets and financial institutions; principles of investment analysis; investment management.

Prerequisite: FIN 101.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  135 Section 02 31513 1 Lecture 35/0 MW ARC1013 0130PM-0245PM Balakrishnan,Jaydeep
Moore,David J
HY
72 book for n/a  135 Section 72 37138 1 Lecture 15/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Moore,David J
Balakrishnan,Jaydeep
OL

FIN 134 - Financial Management (3 Units)

Trends in the development of financial policy are analyzed and reports on specific aspects are presented in class. The student is placed in the position of the financial manager who must make decisions and implement them.

Prerequisite: FIN 101.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  134 Section 01 31591 1 Seminar 50/0 TR ALP236 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Lan HY
01 book for n/a  134 Section 01 31591 1 Seminar 50/0 WEBONLINE - Liu,Lan HY
02 book for n/a  134 Section 02 31593 1 Seminar 50/0 TR ALP236 0130PM-0245PM Liu,Lan HY
02 book for n/a  134 Section 02 31593 1 Seminar 50/0 WEBONLINE - Liu,Lan HY

FIN 136 - Modern Portfolio Mgmt (3 Units)

Asset management utilizing the major aspects of modern portfolio theory, portfolio construction and selection, portfolio performance evaluation, capital asset pricing models, and recent theoretical developments in asset pricing behavior.

Prerequisite: FIN 101.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 31496 1 Discussion 40/0 TR ARC1013 0130PM-0245PM Vygodina,Anna V HY
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 31496 1 Discussion 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Vygodina,Anna V HY
02 book for n/a  136 Section 02 31557 1 Discussion 40/0 TR ARC1013 0300PM-0415PM Vygodina,Anna V HY
02 book for n/a  136 Section 02 31557 1 Discussion 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Vygodina,Anna V HY
03 book for n/a  136 Section 03 31607 1 Discussion 40/14 MW ARC1013 0430PM-0545PM Zakaria,Bashar A HY
03 book for n/a  136 Section 03 31607 1 Discussion 40/14 WEBONLINE - Zakaria,Bashar A HY

FIN 138 - Prin Risk Mgmt+Insurance (3 Units)

Study of the concept of pure risk and its implications for decision making. Provides business students the basics of risk theory and its application to risk management or insurance purchasing using a personal consumer's viewpoint. Practical personalized examples and cases will be used to illustrate risk decision making, primarily on a personal basis, but also in selected business decisions. Topics include risk theory, social insurance, life insurance, pensions, medical coverage, workers' compensation, property insurances, and liability insurances. Ideal as a supplement to any business major, especially those making risk management or insuring decisions, including insurance company personnel, investment counselors, financial managers, real estate majors, employee benefits/personnel specialists, pre-law, and Occupational Health & Safety.

Prerequisite: Must be a business major (any concentration) or Health Science major (Occupational Health & Safety concentration) or Real Estate & Land Use Affairs minor or a Risk Mgmt & Insurance minor

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  138 Section 02 31492 1 Discussion 55/6 MW TAH1007 1200PM-0115PM Burwell JR,Ric HY
02 book for n/a  138 Section 02 31492 1 Discussion 55/6 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Burwell JR,Ric HY
03 book for n/a  138 Section 03 31687 1 Discussion 55/15 TR BRH202 1030AM-1145AM Lin,Eric C HY
03 book for n/a  138 Section 03 31687 1 Discussion 55/15 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Lin,Eric C HY
04 book for n/a  138 Section 04 36488 1 Discussion 55/35 T TAH1007 0600PM-0850PM Lin,Eric C HY
04 book for n/a  138 Section 04 36488 1 Discussion 55/35 T WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Lin,Eric C HY

FIN 190 - Multinatl Busines Finance (3 Units)

Principles of international financial management. Issues covered include the international environment of financial management, uses of foreign exchange spot, forward, futures, options, and swap markets, foreign exchange risk management, international investment and financing decisions.

Prerequisite: FIN 101 or instructor permission. Prior additional course in finance or international business recommended but not required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 31642 1 Lecture 55/11 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Liu,Chang OL
02 book for n/a  190 Section 02 31643 1 Lecture 55/22 MW TAH1026 0300PM-0415PM Liu,Chang HY
02 book for n/a  190 Section 02 31643 1 Lecture 55/22 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Liu,Chang HY

FIN 101 - Business Finance (3 Units)

Study of principles of finance and their application to typical financial problems of business enterprises. Special emphasis on financial analysis, management of working capital, cost of capital, capital budgeting, long-term financing, dividend policy, and internal financing.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 31521 1 Lecture 55/1 MW TAH1003 1200PM-0115PM Stanislaus,Selvi C HY
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 31521 1 Lecture 55/1 WEBONLINE - Stanislaus,Selvi C HY
04 book for n/a  101 Section 04 31570 1 Lecture 55/0 MW ALP156 0430PM-0545PM Stanislaus,Selvi C HY
04 book for n/a  101 Section 04 31570 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Stanislaus,Selvi C HY
05 book for n/a  101 Section 05 31578 1 Lecture 55/31 MW LIB3021 0600PM-0715PM Zakaria,Bashar A HY
05 book for n/a  101 Section 05 31578 1 Lecture 55/31 WEBONLINE - Zakaria,Bashar A HY
06 book for n/a  101 Section 06 31606 1 Lecture 55/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Liu,Lan OL
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 31641 1 Lecture 55/0 T AMD152 1200PM-0115PM Varshney,Sanjay HY
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 31641 1 Lecture 55/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Varshney,Sanjay HY
08 book for n/a  101 Section 08 31665 1 Lecture 110/0 T AMD153 0130PM-0245PM Varshney,Sanjay HY
08 book for n/a  101 Section 08 31665 1 Lecture 110/0 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Varshney,Sanjay HY
09 book for n/a  101 Section 09 35816 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Ikromov,Nuriddin OL
10 book for n/a  101 Section 10 35817 1 Lecture 55/27 TR LIB3021 0600PM-0715PM Zakaria,Bashar A HY
10 book for n/a  101 Section 10 35817 1 Lecture 55/27 WEBONLINE - Zakaria,Bashar A HY

FIN 150 - Capstone Prof Finance Planning (3 Units)

This course will engage the student in critical thinking and decision-making about personal financial management topics in the context of the financial planning process. The purpose of this course is to refine and develop skills needed for personal financial planners when working with individuals, families, and business owners in meeting financial needs and objectives.

Prerequisite: ACCY 171, FIN 135, FIN 136, FIN 138 and FIN 140; FIN 136 and/or FIN 140 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  150 Section 02 36918 1 Seminar 45/23 TR BRH202 1200PM-0115PM Lin,Eric C HY
02 book for n/a  150 Section 02 36918 1 Seminar 45/23 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Lin,Eric C HY

FIN 19 - Real Estate Principles (3 Units)

Examination of real estate principles and practices necessary for the acquisition, financing, management, and disposition of real estate. Incidents of ownership, the brokerage business, state regulation and transactional ethics are emphasized.

Note: This course is required by the California Department of Real Estate prior to taking the real estate salesperson's examination.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a   19 Section 02 36750 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Thakur,Sudhir K OL

FIN 144 - Real Estate Market Analysis (3 Units)

Introduction to real estate markets, economic analysis of property markets, and impact of local governments on real estate markets. Topics include space and asset markets; location, land use and competitive bidding; land markets, housing markets, and site selection; economic growth and real estate markets, office, retail, and industrial markets; impact of local governments on real estate markets; tools of market analysis, computer applications and geographic information systems.

Prerequisite: FIN 19 or FIN 101; must be BSBA major or RELU minor

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  144 Section 03 36494 1 Lecture 45/38 TR BRH202 0900AM-1015AM Thakur,Sudhir K HY
03 book for n/a  144 Section 03 36494 1 Lecture 45/38 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Thakur,Sudhir K HY

FIN 160 - Student Investment Fund Mmgt (3 Units)

Students will manage a real investment portfolio by applying theories of investment analysis and portfolio management. Topics include economic analysis, valuation theories, risk measurement and management, performance measurement, and benchmarking.

Prerequisite: FIN 135 with a final posted grade of B- or higher; must be in BSBA major or minor

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  160 Section 01 35858 1 Lecture 21/19 MW ARC1013 0300PM-0415PM Moore,David J
Balakrishnan,Jaydeep
HY
71 book for n/a  160 Section 71 37139 1 Lecture 9/6 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Moore,David J
Balakrishnan,Jaydeep
OL

FREN 1B - Elementary French (4 Units)

Continuation of FREN 1A, with emphasis on reading, writing, listening and speaking. French culture and its relationship to language is given continued attention.

Note: Meets the Foreign Language Graduation Proficiency Requirement.

Prerequisite: FREN 1A and a suitable score on placement exam; or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a    1B Section 03 31207 1 Discussion 28/5 W DH105 0300PM-0450PM Arnaud,Vanessa H FLR,HUM (C2),HY
03 book for n/a    1B Section 03 31207 1 Discussion 28/5 WEBONLINE - Arnaud,Vanessa H FLR,HUM (C2),HY

FSHD 52 - The Child In The Family (3 Units)

Physical, social, emotional and cognitive development of the child, conception through adolescence, in relation to the family. Strong theoretical emphasis. Introduction to methods of study, including observation and interview. Lecture, discussion, fieldwork.

Note: Not open for credit to students who have taken CHDV 137, CHDV 138, or PSYC 148.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   52 Section 01 35266 1 Lecture 40/15 M WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Gonzalez,Henry E,HY
01 book for n/a   52 Section 01 35266 1 Lecture 40/15 W AMD240 1030AM-1145AM Gonzalez,Henry E,HY

FSHD 108 - Family Communication (3 Units)

Study of the family as a small group with emphasis on understanding and interpreting the dynamics of family communication using various communication and social-psychological theories. Opportunity to develop an analytical framework.

Prerequisite: COMS 8, FACS 50, SOC 166, or instructor permission.

Cross Listed: COMS 108; 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  108 Section 01 35225 1 Discussion 40/11 T MRP1012 1200PM-0115PM Paulson,Anton HY
01 book for n/a  108 Section 01 35225 1 Discussion 40/11 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Paulson,Anton HY

GEOL 120 - Surficial Processes (4 Units)

Focused study on the basic forces that drive surficial processes such as wind water and gravity and the role of weathering, sediment transport and deposition on landform and landscape development. A laboratory component will enhance student understanding by solving applied problems as well as develop proficiencies with various geologic tools.

Note: 150 minutes Lecture = 3 units, 150 minutes Lab = 1 unit. Fee Course.

Prerequisite: GEOL 5 or GEOL 10 and GEOL 10L; GEOL 12, GEOL 12L.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  120 Section 01 34750 1 Lecture 24/19 MW PLR1006 0800AM-0915AM Cornwell,Kevin HY
01 book for n/a  120 Section 01 34750 1 Lecture 24/19 MW WEBONLINE 0800AM-0915AM Cornwell,Kevin HY
02 book for n/a  120 Section 02 34751 1 Laboratory 24/19 M PLR1006 0930AM-1220PM Cornwell,Kevin HY
02 book for n/a  120 Section 02 34751 1 Laboratory 24/19 M WEBONLINE 0930AM-1220PM Cornwell,Kevin HY

GM 105 - Strategic Management (3 Units)

This capstone course focuses on the integration of functional areas of a business and requires students to determine strategies/policies at the general-management level. Students address problems and issues faced by companies from a general management perspective which integrates accounting, financial, marketing, human resources, and operations in relation to the environment within a framework of balance between profit or cost-effectiveness and social responsibility.

Prerequisite: Completion of all other upper-division core courses, except MIS 101.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  105 Section 03 31478 1 Seminar 34/0 MW ARC1009 1200PM-0115PM Niu,Jeff HY
03 book for n/a  105 Section 03 31478 1 Seminar 34/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Niu,Jeff HY
04 book for n/a  105 Section 04 31491 1 Seminar 34/0 MW ARC1009 0130PM-0245PM Niu,Jeff HY
04 book for n/a  105 Section 04 31491 1 Seminar 34/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Niu,Jeff HY
06 book for n/a  105 Section 06 31551 1 Seminar 34/0 MW ARC1009 0430PM-0545PM Niu,Jeff HY
06 book for n/a  105 Section 06 31551 1 Seminar 34/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Niu,Jeff HY
08 book for n/a  105 Section 08 31562 1 Seminar 34/0 TR ARC1009 1030AM-1145AM Han,Stanley HY
08 book for n/a  105 Section 08 31562 1 Seminar 34/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Han,Stanley HY
09 book for n/a  105 Section 09 31598 1 Seminar 34/0 TR ARC1009 1200PM-0115PM Han,Stanley HY
09 book for n/a  105 Section 09 31598 1 Seminar 34/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Han,Stanley HY
10 book for n/a  105 Section 10 31616 1 Seminar 34/0 TR ARC1009 0130PM-0245PM Fudge,Darcy HY
10 book for n/a  105 Section 10 31616 1 Seminar 34/0 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Fudge,Darcy HY
11 book for n/a  105 Section 11 31619 1 Seminar 34/0 TR ARC1009 0300PM-0415PM Fudge,Darcy HY
11 book for n/a  105 Section 11 31619 1 Seminar 34/0 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Fudge,Darcy HY
12 book for n/a  105 Section 12 31667 1 Seminar 34/0 WEBONLINE - Luca,Anastasia M OL
13 book for n/a  105 Section 13 31668 1 Seminar 34/0 WEBONLINE - Archuleta JR,Allen C OL
14 book for n/a  105 Section 14 35861 1 Seminar 34/0 WEBONLINE - Luca,Anastasia M OL
16 book for n/a  105 Section 16 36041 1 Seminar 34/0 WEBONLINE - Han,Stanley OL

GM 170 - Fundamentals Bus Strategy (3 Units)

Basics of business-level strategy and how they are applied in modern organizations. Underlying primary principles, theories and practices are examined and discussed. Cases presenting actual, real-world situations will be analyzed to derive solutions to the business-level opportunities and problems facing strategic managers.

Note: General Management students must complete all functional core courses before taking GM 170 .

Prerequisite: HROB 101, MKTG 101, FIN 101, and OPM 101.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  170 Section 02 31618 1 Discussion 55/16 W EUR107 0600PM-0850PM Yang,Richard L HY
02 book for n/a  170 Section 02 31618 1 Discussion 55/16 W WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Yang,Richard L HY

HIST 183B - Calif History,1860-1970 (3 Units)

Study of the social, political and economic evolution of California from construction of the first continental railroad link to the present, focusing on issues which are still significant in the state.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  183B Section 01 31121 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Hallam,Nathan OL

HIST 169 - Hollywood+America (3 Units)

Chronological survey of American films and their cultural significance from the 1890's to the present. Focus on films produced in Hollywood, the contexts in which they were created, and the impact of Hollywood as a mythical place in the development of American culture.

Cross-listed: HRS 169; only one may be counted for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  169 Section 02 36657 1 Lecture 95/0 MW SQU301 1000AM-1050AM Gough,Peter HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a  169 Section 02 36657 1 Lecture 95/0 WEBONLINE - Gough,Peter HUM (C2),HY

HIST 162 - Social History Of U.S. (3 Units)

Survey of topics in American social history from the colonial period to the middle of the Twentieth Century. Subjects may include reform movements, immigration, racial problems, religion, medicine, and the role of women.

Note: Fulfills state graduation requirement for U.S. History.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  162 Section 01 31271 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Wiseman,Maury GE AREA D,OL,US HISTORY

HIST 166 - Popular Culture (3 Units)

Focuses on entertainment and everyday life in America from the beginnings to the present. Enhances the students' understanding of how popular culture reflects and shapes the larger issues and institutions of American life.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  166 Section 02 36632 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Gough,Peter E,OL

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 30481 1 Lecture 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Gregory,Candace HUM (C2),OL
04 book for n/a   51H Section 04 31332 1 Lecture 25/6 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Gregory,Candace HUM (C2),OL

HIST 17B - U.S. Hist 1877 To Present (3 Units)

Basic historical survey of the growth of urban-industrial American civilization and its rise to world power, 1877-present.

Note: Fulfills state graduation requirement for U.S. History.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a   17B Section 03 30498 1 Lecture 120/0 WEBONLINE - Castañeda,Christopher J GE AREA D,OL,RE,US HISTORY
12 book for n/a   17B Section 12 36164 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Anderson,Christi L GE AREA D,OL,RE,US HISTORY

HIST 17A - U.S. History 1607-1877 (3 Units)

Basic historical survey of the rise of American civilization from colonial beginnings through the rebuilding of the union during Reconstruction.

Note: Fulfills state graduation requirement for U.S. History.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
12 book for n/a   17A Section 12 36819 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Anderson,Christi L GE AREA D,OL,RE,US HISTORY

HIST 186C - Sacramento History (3 Units)

Surveys the history of Sacramento and the lower Sacramento Valley through the nineteenth, twentieth, and early twenty-first centuries. Using local history methodologies, explores landscape change and patterns of community development in Sacramento and situates the city and region within national and global historical contexts.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  186C Section 01 36536 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Hallam,Nathan OL

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

A 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, culture diversity, and economic globalization.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a   51 Section 02 36167 1 Lecture 120/0 WEBONLINE - Vann,Michael G HUM (C2),OL

HIST 10 - History's Mysteries (3 Units)

From the builders of the Pyramids to the cause of the Holocaust: unlock mysteries of the past; apply historical thinking skills to answer compelling historical questions; sharpen reasoning and argumentative skills; evaluate historical evidence; learn to recognize scientific standards of historical investigation; hone college level writing skills. Topics vary based on instructor's expertise.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
08 book for n/a   10 Section 08 36818 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Anderson,Christi L A3,OL

HIST 192Z - Sem Interp Special Topic (3 Units)

Reading seminar in recent scholarship and current trends in the interpretation of a special topic. Designed especially for History majors and present and prospective history teachers.

Note: Not open to lower division students.

Prerequisite: GWAR certification before Fall 09, WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109 M/W.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  192Z Section 03 36741 1 Seminar 20/0 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0550PM Atamaz-Topcu,Serpil OL

HIST 112 - Ancient Rome (3 Units)

Rome from its foundation to Justinian with emphasis on its political institutions, their strengths and weaknesses, social structure, the ancient economy, paganism and Christianity, and the end of ancient civilization.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  112 Section 01 31267 1 Lecture 120/0 WEBONLINE - Lazaridis,Nikolaos HUM (C2),OL

HIST 9 - A Global History of Food (3 Units)

A historical examination of the political, economic, and cultural transformations involved in food production and consumption since 1500. Emphasis on important food networks between South Asia and the Middle East, the role of addictive products in the rise of European trade empires, the emergence of national cuisines across the Atlantic and Pacific rims, and the varied responses to modern scientific and industrial farming.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a    9 Section 02 36936 1 Lecture 45/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Collins,Michael D C2,OL

HIST 8 - Islam and the West (3 Units)

Introductory survey of basic events, themes, issues, and concepts in Islamic history from the rise of Islam to the present, with emphasis on the encounters and exchanges between the Islamic world and the "West" (Europe and the United States). Topics include: The similarities between Islam, Judaism and Christianity; the religious, political, social, and cultural developments in the Islamic world and their impact on western civilization; colonialism; nationalism; religious revivalism; and revolutionary movements.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    8 Section 01 30494 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Atamaz-Topcu,Serpil HUM (C2),OL

HIST 193 - Public History (3 Units)

Course engages students in the work of historians in public practice. Covers theory and methods of public history through hands-on experience, field trips, guest speakers, and directed readings and discussion. Topics include: Archives, Museums, Historic Preservation, Cultural Resource Management, Heritage Tourism, Digital History, World Heritage, and Historical Memory.

Note: Field trip. Students will be required to attend field trips to public history institutions both on and off campus.

Prerequisite: HIST 100

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  193 Section 01 36538 1 Seminar 20/11 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Lindsay,Anne OL

HIST 198 - Sum Assess For Teachers (3 Units)

Capstone seminar that serves as a bridge between academic preparation and entry into a professional teacher credential program. Students will examine social science-history in the State curriculum framework, reflect on subject matter preparation, focus on middle and high school social science teaching and learning, investigate and evaluate resources pertinent to instruction, and explore current issues in education.

Co-requisite: HIST 100.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  198 Section 01 31083 1 Seminar 20/0 T AMD262 1200PM-0115PM Burke,Chloe HY
01 book for n/a  198 Section 01 31083 1 Seminar 20/0 T WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Burke,Chloe HY
01 book for n/a  198 Section 01 31083 1 Seminar 20/0 WEBONLINE - Burke,Chloe HY

HIST 177 - Afri-Amer Exper,1603-Pres (3 Units)

Gives students an understanding of African-American history from the colonial period to the present. Focuses on African-Americans as active agents in shaping U.S. History, and analyzes the issues, ideas and strategies they have developed and used in their struggle for justice and equality.

Note: Fulfills the state graduation requirements for U.S. History.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  177 Section 03 36731 1 Lecture 45/1 WEBONLINE - Tang,Vivian GE AREA D,OL,RE,US HISTORY

HIST 109 - History of Modern Greece (3 Units)

Introduces the fundamental events and figures that shaped modern Greek history and politics. Topics will include: the Greek War of Independence, the Megali Idea, the Asia Minor Catastrophe, and Greece's entry into the European Union. No prior knowledge of Greece or Greek language assumed.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  109 Section 01 36917 1 Lecture 45/18 T BRH218 1030AM-1145AM Lagos,Katerina HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a  109 Section 01 36917 1 Lecture 45/18 R WEBONLINE - Lagos,Katerina HUM (C2),HY

HIST 106 - Life and Society Antiquity (3 Units)

An overview of social beliefs and practices in a variety of ancient cultures, including Ancient Greece, Rome, and the Near East chronologically ranging from Late Prehistory to the rise of Christianity. All the examined themes are approached comparatively and on the basis of ancient historical evidence, consisting of both texts and archaeological materials.

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  106 Section 01 30505 1 Lecture 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Ahmed,Marwa HUM (C2),OL,WI

HIST 100 - Intro Historical Skills (3 Units)

Introduction to the skills of secondary and primary source research, critical analysis of documentary sources, historical reasoning and the preparation of written reports. Attention to research procedures, record-keeping, citation, and bibliography.

Note: Open to History majors who have completed at least 6 units of required lower division coursework. Recommended for second semester of sophomore year.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
05 book for n/a  100 Section 05 31264 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Lagos,Katerina OL

HIST 130 - The Fall Of Communism (3 Units)

Causes and consequences of the dramatic transformations in the political, economic, and cultural life of the Soviet Union, eastern Europe, and China after 1970. Topics include "real-existing" socialism, Gorbachev and the revolutions of 1989, the emergence of China, impact on the non-socialist world, and implications for the future.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  130 Section 01 31269 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Cohen,Aaron J GE AREA D,OL

HIST 118B - WWII-Cause,Conduct,Conseq (3 Units)

Critical examination of political, military, social, and cultural transformations in the era of the Second World War. Particular emphasis will be placed on diplomatic relations between the Great Powers, military conduct during the war, the experience of fascism, the causes and ramifications of the Holocaust, and the war's cultural and political legacy in Europe.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  118B Section 01 36935 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Collins,Michael D OL

HIST 102B - Mod Grk Culture B (3 Units)

This is the second part of a two-semester hybrid course on modern Greek language, history, and culture. This course is an introduction to the main cultural forces in history and literature that shape modern Greek society. It explores the historical development of modern Greek culture from the period of the Greek War of Independence to the present. Students will also obtain a basic level of modern Greek grammatical rules, the reading and writing of simple sentences, and basic everyday conversation skills.

Prerequisite: Student must complete HIST 102A with a minimum "C-" grade or better.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  102B Section 02 31407 1 Lecture 30/21 WEBONLINE - Lagos,Katerina GE AREA D,OL

HIST 197A - Senior Research Sem: U.S. (3 Units)

Research seminar in historical writing in which students will complete a research paper in United States History based on primary sources. Subject will vary according to instructor. Recommended for the second semester of the senior year.

Note: Not open to lower division students.

Prerequisite: GWAR Certification before Fall 09, or WPJ score of 70+, or at least a C- in ENGL 109M or ENGL 109W.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  197A Section 01 30515 1 Seminar 20/0 T WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Palermo,Joseph A OL
02 book for n/a  197A Section 02 31167 1 Seminar 20/0 T SQU142 1200PM-0115PM Rose,James D HY
02 book for n/a  197A Section 02 31167 1 Seminar 20/0 WEBONLINE - Rose,James D HY

HROB 101 - Mgmt Contemporary Organiz (3 Units)

Overview of managerial and organizational theory and practice, including a discussion of the contingencies that influence an organization's effectiveness and efficiency. Focus is on the decision making and problem-solving processes that affect managerial performance in planning, implementing, and controlling the work of contemporary organizations.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  101 Section 01 31479 1 Lecture 55/26 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Riolli,Laura T OL
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 31488 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Shao,Tyra Ping OL
03 book for n/a  101 Section 03 31502 1 Lecture 55/8 MW EUR107 0300PM-0415PM Shao,Tyra Ping HY
03 book for n/a  101 Section 03 31502 1 Lecture 55/8 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Shao,Tyra Ping HY
04 book for n/a  101 Section 04 31512 1 Lecture 55/43 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Riolli,Laura T OL
05 book for n/a  101 Section 05 31526 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Bagger,Jessica M OL
06 book for n/a  101 Section 06 31536 1 Lecture 55/1 WEBONLINE - Bagger,Jessica M OL
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 31549 1 Lecture 55/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Mickel,Amy OL
09 book for n/a  101 Section 09 31599 1 Lecture 55/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Mickel,Amy OL
10 book for n/a  101 Section 10 31628 1 Lecture 55/47 TR BRH104 0430PM-0545PM Lovelace,Kevin HY
10 book for n/a  101 Section 10 31628 1 Lecture 55/47 WEBONLINE - Lovelace,Kevin HY
11 book for n/a  101 Section 11 35859 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Garg,Sargam OL

HROB 159 - Special Topics Organztnl Behav (3 Units)

Designed to provide an in-depth examination of a current organizational behavior topic(s), from both a theoretical and practitioner perspective. Topics include, but are not limited to, family-work relations, stress and burnout, workplace aggression, leadership and motivation, organizational politics and culture, attitudes and change, and organizational learning. Instructional method provides for case method, group discussion, industry guest speakers, and classroom exercises.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  159 Section 01 31600 1 Seminar 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Mickel,Amy OL

HROB 151 - Management Human Resource (3 Units)

Seminar covering contemporary processes and practices pertaining to the organization and management of personnel including employee selection, development, motivation, evaluation and remuneration, and union relations. Emphasis on the management of human resources in task oriented organizations. Instructional method provides for case method, laboratory exercises, and small group discussion.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  151 Section 01 31480 1 Lecture 50/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Garg,Sargam OL
04 book for n/a  151 Section 04 36035 1 Lecture 55/17 MW BNC1025 0430PM-0545PM Lovelace,Kevin HY
04 book for n/a  151 Section 04 36035 1 Lecture 55/17 WEBONLINE - Lovelace,Kevin HY

HROB 154 - Strategic Hum Res Mgmt (3 Units)

The objective of this capstone course is to identify contemporary strategies to improve individual and organizational performance. Utilizes a strategic human resource management perspective and incorporate Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior theories for practical implementation in organizations. Links such concepts as compensation, performance management, law, conflict management, communication, diversity, ethics, and managerial skill building towards preparing for the future of managing individuals in organizations.

Prerequisite: HROB 151, HROB 152, HROB 153.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  154 Section 01 31481 1 Seminar 35/5 TR EUR105 1200PM-0115PM Jeppeson,Marsha S HY
01 book for n/a  154 Section 01 31481 1 Seminar 35/5 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Jeppeson,Marsha S HY
02 book for n/a  154 Section 02 31560 1 Seminar 35/15 TR AMD219 0130PM-0245PM Jeppeson,Marsha S HY
02 book for n/a  154 Section 02 31560 1 Seminar 35/15 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Jeppeson,Marsha S HY

HROB 156 - Curr Trend+Emerging Issue (3 Units)

Designed to provide an in-depth examination of current trends and emerging issues in human resources management and/or organizational behavior. Provides students the opportunity to better understand the latest people-related challenges organizations face. Instructional method provides for case method, group discussion, industry guest speakers, and classroom exercises.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  156 Section 01 31577 1 Lecture 40/6 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Riolli,Laura T OL

HRS 185 - Women Film+Amer Culture (3 Units)

Study of major social issues confronting American women, examined through their images in film and other visual and literary arts.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  185 Section 01 Low Cost Course Materials 35918 1 Lecture 45/17 R MND2009 1200PM-0115PM Buckman,Alyson R GE AREA D,HY,LCCM
01 book for n/a  185 Section 01 Low Cost Course Materials 35918 1 Lecture 45/17 WEBONLINE - Staff GE AREA D,HY,LCCM

HRS 151 - World Mythology (3 Units)

Introduction to the nature and function of myth. The specific literature studied will be exclusive of classical mythology and because of the breadth of subject matter will vary in content. The mythology of at least four cultures will be covered each term.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  151 Section 02 Zero Cost Book 30536 1 Lecture 45/38 T MND2009 0300PM-0415PM Thoma,Judy L HUM (C2),HY,ZCCM
02 book for n/a  151 Section 02 Zero Cost Book 30536 1 Lecture 45/38 WEBONLINE - Staff HUM (C2),HY,ZCCM

HRS 168 - Images Of America (3 Units)

Interdisciplinary survey of major events, trends and figures in American history viewed through the lenses of American literature, visual arts, music and architecture. The arts in America are studied in relation to major ideas, significant personalities and important historical events from the period of the early republic to the present.

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.

Cross Listed: HIST 168; 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  168 Section 01 36964 1 Lecture 35/0 T MND2009 0730AM-0845AM Solso,Allison HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
01 book for n/a  168 Section 01 36964 1 Lecture 35/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI

HRS 169 - Hollywood+America (3 Units)

Chronological survey of American films and their cultural significance from the 1890s to the present. Focus on films produced in Hollywood, the contexts in which they were created and the impact of Hollywood as a geographical and mythical place in the development of American culture.

Cross Listed: HIST 169; only one may be counted for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  169 Section 02 36886 1 Lecture 25/0 MW SQU301 1000AM-1050AM Gough,Peter HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a  169 Section 02 36886 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Gough,Peter HUM (C2),HY

HRS 136 - Birth Of The Modern (3 Units)

Investigation of those crises in art and society underlying the development of modernism and post-modernism.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 35913 1 Lecture 37/17 T MND1024 0300PM-0415PM Shinbrot,Victoria HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 35913 1 Lecture 37/17 WEBONLINE - Staff HUM (C2),HY

HRS 188 - Fantasy+Romance (3 Units)

Exploration of the aesthetic of fantasy. Approaches may include emphasis on the historical development of the quest-romance or the use of the fantastic as social commentary. Particular genres, such as science fiction, may be explored.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  188 Section 01 31014 1 Lecture 45/31 T MND2009 1200PM-0115PM Buckman,Alyson R HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a  188 Section 01 31014 1 Lecture 45/31 WEBONLINE - Staff HUM (C2),HY

IBUS 180 - Sustainability Business in Glo (3 Units)

Introduces students to the emerging field of sustainability in business and the growing focus on the social, environmental, and economic performance of businesses in global economy. The course presents scientific, moral, and business cases for adopting sustainability.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  180 Section 01 31629 1 Discussion 50/0 WEBONLINE - Chinen,Kenichiro OL

INTD 196 - Professional Prepararation (3 Units)

resume, and self-marketing tools. Required guest lectures, professional networking, and career guidance events with written and verbal self-reflection activities. Open to Interior Architecture majors only.

Prerequisite: Grade "C" or better in INTD 161, INTD 163.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  196 Section 01 31372 1 Laboratory 20/2 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1130AM Staff OL

ITAL 1A - Elementary Italian (4 Units)

Focuses on the development of the four basic skills (understanding, speaking, reading, writing) through the presentation of many cultural components (two per week) which illustrate the Italian "modus vivendi:" social issues, family, food, sports, etc.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 30934 1 Discussion 28/0 MTW EUR102 1200PM-1250PM Silvestri,Lorella HY
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 30934 1 Discussion 28/0 WEBONLINE - Silvestri,Lorella HY

ITAL 1B - Elementary Italian (4 Units)

Continuation of ITAL 1A with greater emphasis on reading, writing. Addition of one reader which contains more cultural material (geography, political issues, government, fashion, etc.).

Prerequisite: ITAL 1A or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30932 1 Discussion 28/6 MTW EUR102 0100PM-0150PM Silvestri,Lorella FLR,HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30932 1 Discussion 28/6 WEBONLINE - Silvestri,Lorella FLR,HUM (C2),HY

ITAL 2B - Intermediate Italian (4 Units)

Continuation of ITAL 2A. Meets the Foreign Language Graduation Proficiency Requirement.

Prerequisite: ITAL 2A or suitable score on placement exam.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    2B Section 01 30936 1 Discussion 28/26 MTW MRP2032 0300PM-0350PM Carle,Barbara FLR,HY
01 book for n/a    2B Section 01 30936 1 Discussion 28/26 WEBONLINE - Carle,Barbara FLR,HY

JAPN 2B - Intermediate Japanese (4 Units)

Continuation of JAPN 2A. Further development of speaking, reading, grammar, and composition skills. Meets the Foreign Language Graduation Proficiency Requirement.

Prerequisite: JAPN 2A or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    2B Section 01 30922 1 Discussion 28/15 W MRP2030 0800AM-0850AM Kelly,Eliot FLR,HY
01 book for n/a    2B Section 01 30922 1 Discussion 28/15 MTR WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Kelly,Eliot FLR,HY

JAPN 1B - Elementary Japanese (5 Units)

Continuation of JAPN 1A, with emphasis on speaking, vocabulary, reading, grammar, speech patterns, and cultural knowledge. The Kana and Kanji writing systems, geography, and aspects of Japanese customs and manners are included.

Prerequisite: JAPN 1A or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30925 1 Discussion 28/0 W MRP2030 0900AM-0950AM Vassil,Kristina FLR,HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30925 1 Discussion 28/0 M WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Vassil,Kristina FLR,HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30925 1 Discussion 28/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Vassil,Kristina FLR,HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a    1B Section 02 30924 1 Discussion 28/6 W EUR107 1100AM-1150AM Kelly,Eliot FLR,HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a    1B Section 02 30924 1 Discussion 28/6 M WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Kelly,Eliot FLR,HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a    1B Section 02 30924 1 Discussion 28/6 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Kelly,Eliot FLR,HUM (C2),HY
03 book for n/a    1B Section 03 30929 1 Discussion 28/3 W MRP2005 0200PM-0250PM Masuyama,Kazue FLR,HUM (C2),HY
03 book for n/a    1B Section 03 30929 1 Discussion 28/3 M WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Masuyama,Kazue FLR,HUM (C2),HY
03 book for n/a    1B Section 03 30929 1 Discussion 28/3 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Masuyama,Kazue FLR,HUM (C2),HY

KORN 1B - Elementary Korean 1B (5 Units)

Continuation of KORN 1A. Develops elementary spoken Korean language, reading and writing in Hangul, and the practical skills required to effectively use the modern language. The relationship between language and culture will also be emphasized. Includes an emphasis on the culture, customs, and traditions of Korea.

Prerequisite: KORN 1A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30930 1 Lecture 28/5 MWF EUR107 1000AM-1050AM Han,Heeju FLR,HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30930 1 Lecture 28/5 R MRP1002 1030AM-1120AM Han,Heeju FLR,HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a    1B Section 01 30930 1 Lecture 28/5 WEBONLINE - Han,Heeju FLR,HUM (C2),HY

LBST 110 - California Studies (3 Units)

Multidisciplinary, analytical view of California that identifies its ethnic and racial diversity within the political, economic and social development of the state. Examines the environmental and geographic dimensions of the state as well as the demographic and land-use trends that have contributed to California's uniqueness.

Prerequisite: GOVT 1 or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  110 Section 02 35074 1 Lecture 45/20 W CLV123 0430PM-0720PM Staff HY

MATH 31 - Calculus II (4 Units)

MATH 30 continuation. Methods of integration; improper integrals; analytic geometry; infinite sequences and series.

Prerequisite: MATH 30 or appropriate high school based AP credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
12 book for n/a   31 Section 12 34737 1 Discussion 25/18 MWF YSM117 0100PM-0150PM Prue,Paul A B4,HY
12 book for n/a   31 Section 12 34737 1 Discussion 25/18 T WEBONLINE 0130PM-0220PM Prue,Paul A B4,HY

MATH 150 - Intro Numerical Analysis (3 Units)

Numerical solutions of algebraic and transcendental equations; interpolation, inverse interpolation, finite differences, cubic splines, and applications; numerical differentiation and integration; direct and iterative numerical solutions of linear systems; discrete and continuous least squares approximation.

Prerequisite: MATH 31

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  150 Section 01 34196 1 Discussion 25/0 TR ALP236 0900AM-1015AM Ingram,John M HY

MBA 230 - Behav Sci Applicatn Mgmt (3 Units)

Behavioral science theories, concepts, and practices in current use in private and public organizations. Critical evaluation of research supporting those practices.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  230 Section 01 31470 1 Seminar 40/0 W TAH1004 0600PM-0850PM Shao,Tyra Ping HY
01 book for n/a  230 Section 01 31470 1 Seminar 40/0 W WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Shao,Tyra Ping HY

MBA 501 - Cul Exp Proj in BUS & Strategy (3 Units)

Each student conducts an individual project to fulfill the culminating experience graduation requirement of the MBA program as required in Title V of the CA educational Code. The course also covers the competitive strategy of a firm, investigates competitive position, strategic capabilities, inter-firm dynamics, and strategic levers of firms. It integrates the accumulative knowledge, skills and techniques delivered in the program to review the strategy process executives employ for effective decision making.

Note: May be repeated for credit.

Prerequisite: Advanced to candidacy, Fully classified

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
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