Class Schedule

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

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ACCY 269 - Taxation of Individuals (3 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  269 Section 50 87323 SNS Seminar 35/27 WEBONLINE - Jang,Daun OL
** Meets 09/26/2022 to 11/04/2022 **

ACCY 261 - Cost Analysis+Control (3 Units)

Fundamentals of cost accounting concepts and practice relating to cost accumulation, control, and analysis for managerial planning and decision making. Specific topics generally include product costing, standards, cost allocation, estimation, budgeting, transfer pricing, and performance evaluation. Emphasis is on current issues.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  261 Section 50 87314 SNS Seminar 35/17 WEBONLINE - Panggabean,Tota UM OL
** Meets 11/14/2022 to 12/23/2022 **

ACCY 263 - Gov. and Non-Profit Accounting (3 Units)

This course provides an in depth study of accounting and reporting for state and local governmental and non-profit entities. The course emphasizes the governmental reporting environment, the accounting for various types of funds, the accounting aspects of budgetary control, and the preparation of governmental financial information to be included in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. This course also emphasizes the key differences between governmental and non-profit organizations, and the financial accounting and reporting for non-profit organizations.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  263 Section 50 87316 SNS Seminar 35/22 WEBONLINE - Kim,Won Jung OL
** Meets 11/21/2022 to 01/06/2023 **

ACCY 265 - Adv Info Sys Analy+Cntl (3 Units)

Emphasis on the role of computer and information technology in the development, analysis, and operation of accounting information systems; may include advanced coverage of accounting transaction cycles, accounting systems planning and analysis, accounting system design, accounting systems implementation and operation, the accounting system internal control structure, data modeling and database design in accounting, computer fraud and security, and auditing of computer-based information systems.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  265 Section 50 87320 SNS Seminar 35/20 WEBONLINE - Mohapatra,Partha S OL
** Meets 08/29/2022 to 10/07/2022 **

ACCY 264 - Taxation of Business Entities (3 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  264 Section 50 87318 SNS Seminar 35/21 WEBONLINE - Lyon,Elizabeth OL
** Meets 10/10/2022 to 11/18/2022 **

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

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  266 Section 50 87322 SNS Seminar 35/25 WEBONLINE - Deng,Feng OL
** Meets 08/15/2022 to 09/23/2022 **

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 86108 1 Discussion 30/8 MW ARC1013 1200PM-0115PM Mohapatra,Partha S HY
01 book for n/a  143 Section 01 86108 1 Discussion 30/8 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Mohapatra,Partha S HY

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 81649 1 Discussion 50/0 MW BRH104 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Caixing HY
01 book for n/a  131 Section 01 81649 1 Discussion 50/0 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Caixing 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 81612 1 Discussion 55/4 TR BRH110 1030AM-1145AM Lyon,Elizabeth HY
01 book for n/a  171 Section 01 81612 1 Discussion 55/4 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Lyon,Elizabeth HY
02 book for n/a  171 Section 02 81620 1 Discussion 55/0 TR BRH110 1200PM-0115PM Lyon,Elizabeth HY
02 book for n/a  171 Section 02 81620 1 Discussion 55/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Lyon,Elizabeth HY
03 book for n/a  171 Section 03 81647 1 Discussion 55/0 MW TAH1026 0300PM-0415PM Jang,Daun HY
03 book for n/a  171 Section 03 81647 1 Discussion 55/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Jang,Daun HY
04 book for n/a  171 Section 04 81704 1 Discussion 55/15 MW TAH1026 0430PM-0545PM Jang,Daun HY
04 book for n/a  171 Section 04 81704 1 Discussion 55/15 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Jang,Daun 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 81703 1 Discussion 55/0 TR TAH1026 0730AM-0845AM Lyon,Elizabeth HY
01 book for n/a  172 Section 01 81703 1 Discussion 55/0 TR WEBONLINE 0730AM-0845AM 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
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 81728 1 Discussion 55/0 MW LIB3021 1200PM-0115PM Deng,Feng HY
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 81728 1 Discussion 55/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Deng,Feng HY
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 81774 1 Discussion 55/0 MW LIB3021 0130PM-0245PM Deng,Feng HY
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 81774 1 Discussion 55/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM 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
02 book for n/a  161 Section 02 86841 1 Discussion 55/0 TR AMD152 0130PM-0245PM Kim,Won Jung HY
02 book for n/a  161 Section 02 86841 1 Discussion 55/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM 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
01 book for n/a  117 Section 01 81755 1 Discussion 55/36 MW TAH1003 1200PM-0115PM Zhang,Jin HY
01 book for n/a  117 Section 01 81755 1 Discussion 55/36 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Zhang,Jin HY

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
03 book for n/a  113 Section 03 81754 1 Discussion 55/35 MW BRH202 0430PM-0545PM Zhang,Jin HY
03 book for n/a  113 Section 03 81754 1 Discussion 55/35 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Zhang,Jin HY
04 book for n/a  113 Section 04 86839 1 Discussion 55/30 MW BRH202 0300PM-0415PM Zhang,Jin HY
04 book for n/a  113 Section 04 86839 1 Discussion 55/30 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Zhang,Jin HY

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 81699 1 Discussion 55/1 TR ALP204 0900AM-1015AM Xiong,Yan HY
01 book for n/a  112 Section 01 81699 1 Discussion 55/1 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Xiong,Yan HY
02 book for n/a  112 Section 02 81700 1 Discussion 55/22 MW BRH104 0300PM-0415PM Liu,Caixing HY
02 book for n/a  112 Section 02 81700 1 Discussion 55/22 M WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Liu,Caixing HY
03 book for n/a  112 Section 03 81736 1 Discussion 55/24 MW BRH104 0430PM-0545PM Liu,Caixing HY
03 book for n/a  112 Section 03 81736 1 Discussion 55/24 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Liu,Caixing 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 81654 1 Discussion 55/5 TR ALP204 1030AM-1145AM Xiong,Yan HY
01 book for n/a  111 Section 01 81654 1 Discussion 55/5 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Xiong,Yan HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 81705 1 Discussion 55/5 TR ALP204 1200PM-0115PM Xiong,Yan HY
02 book for n/a  111 Section 02 81705 1 Discussion 55/5 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Xiong,Yan HY
03 book for n/a  111 Section 03 81747 1 Discussion 55/27 MW ALP204 0430PM-0545PM Tran,KieuChinh T HY
03 book for n/a  111 Section 03 81747 1 Discussion 55/27 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Tran,KieuChinh T HY
04 book for n/a  111 Section 04 86107 1 Discussion 55/14 MW LIB3021 0600PM-0715PM Adcock Jr,Don HY
04 book for n/a  111 Section 04 86107 1 Discussion 55/14 MW WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Adcock Jr,Don HY

ACCY 501 - Cul Exp Proj in ACCY & Ethics (3 Units)

Each student conducts an individual project to fulfill the culminating experience graduation requirement of the MS in Accountancy program as required in Title V of the CA Educational Code. The course also covers the development of ethical standards, ethical reasoning, AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, accountants' professional responsibilities, financial reporting fraud and responses, corporate governance, and other relevant topics.

Note: May be repeated for credit

Prerequisite: Advancement to Candidacy

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  501 Section 50 87325 SNS Seminar 35/29 WEBONLINE - Xiong,Yan OL
** Meets 11/07/2022 to 12/16/2022 **

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
02 book for n/a    1 Section 02 81618 1 Discussion 70/0 TR AMD153 1200PM-0115PM Kim,Won Jung HY
02 book for n/a    1 Section 02 81618 1 Discussion 70/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Kim,Won Jung HY
06 book for n/a    1 Section 06 81698 1 Discussion 60/0 MW TAH1003 0130PM-0245PM Roberts,Roslyn A HY
06 book for n/a    1 Section 06 81698 1 Discussion 60/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Roberts,Roslyn A HY
80 book for n/a    1 Section 80 81627 1 Discussion 25/0 TR AMD153 1200PM-0115PM Kim,Won Jung HY
80 book for n/a    1 Section 80 81627 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Kim,Won Jung HY
81 book for n/a    1 Section 81 81628 1 Discussion 25/0 TR AMD153 1200PM-0115PM Kim,Won Jung HY
81 book for n/a    1 Section 81 81628 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Kim,Won Jung 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
01 book for n/a    2 Section 01 81675 1 Discussion 110/0 MW AMD153 1200PM-0115PM Pforsich,Hugh D HY
01 book for n/a    2 Section 01 81675 1 Discussion 110/0 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Pforsich,Hugh D HY

ACCY 250 - Financial Reporting I (3 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
50 book for n/a  250 Section 50 87313 SNS Seminar 35/18 WEBONLINE - Roberts,Roslyn A OL
** Meets 10/03/2022 to 11/11/2022 **

ALS 79A - Developing Student Leadership (1-3 Units)

The course is designed to provide students an opportunity to develop leadership skills that will serve them throughout their college career. They will become familiar with the opportunities for leadership and growth at Sacarmento State. Skills developed will include public speaking, team building, delegation, communication, and others.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
04 book for n/a   79A Section 04 87451 1 Discussion 25/25 TR WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Jordan,Tina M OL

ALS 70A - Strategies of Learning EOP (1 Units)

This course is designed to provide individual approaches to self knowledge, motivation, educational philosophy and skills necessary to give the student a firm foundation for a productive educational program during his/her college and post-college career. The basic intent is to help the student perceive his/her position in the educational process, understand the necessity for succeeding, and learn how to succeed in college.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
05 book for n/a   70A Section 05 81084 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Madrigal Barajas,Abraham 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
05 book for n/a    1 Section 05 85420 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Hens,Samantha M B2,FL,TV
08 book for n/a    1 Section 08 85421 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Scarry,Clara B2,TV

ANTH 169 - Research Methods in Ling Anth (3 Units)

Consideration of language in its social context: language and power, language and gender, interethnic communication, language and race, pidgins and creoles, multilingualism, standardization, language ideology. Instruction in ethnographic and linguistic methods of data collection and analysis; identification of socially significant linguistic variables. Contributions of the study of contextualized speech to linguistic theory.

Prerequisite: ANTH 160 or ANTH 162, and Anthropology (Culture, Language, and Society) concentration.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  169 Section 01 86903 1 Lecture 5/0 T MND4009 0300PM-0415PM Flamenbaum,Rachel HY

ANTH 13 - Magic,Witchcraft+Religion (3 Units)

Cross-cultural study of the forms and functions of supernatural beliefs and associated rituals in various societies of Africa, Asia, aboriginal Australia, Oceania, South America, native North America and elsewhere. Emphasis is on understanding beliefs and rituals within given social contexts, and using broad comparisons to derive insight into the general functions of beliefs and rituals in human life.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   13 Section 01 85422 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Staff FL,HUM (C2),TV

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
02 book for n/a    7 Section 02 80796 1 Lecture 120/0 WEBONLINE - Bertinuson,Joy A AB386,ARTS (C1),OL
03 book for n/a    7 Section 03 87485 1 Lecture 55/0 WEBONLINE - Bertinuson,Joy A ARTS (C1),OL

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 86616 1 Activity 24/1 M WEBONLINE 0100PM-0350PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  197 Section 01 86616 1 Activity 24/1 W MRP1007 0100PM-0350PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  197 Section 01 86616 1 Activity 24/1 W KDM266 0100PM-0350PM Staff HY

ART 97 - Beginning Electronic Art (3 Units)

Explores the creative potential of imaging software used by visual artists. Familiarity with software, hardware and output devices will be established. The creation of digital art will be considered within the framework of current ideas in art and culture. No previous computer experience is necessary. Fee course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a   97 Section 02 80346 1 Activity 20/0 M MRP1007 0100PM-0350PM Lautamo,Mikko Waldo Summer HY
02 book for n/a   97 Section 02 80346 1 Activity 20/0 M KDM266 0100PM-0350PM Lautamo,Mikko Waldo Summer HY
02 book for n/a   97 Section 02 80346 1 Activity 20/0 W WEBONLINE 0100PM-0350PM Lautamo,Mikko Waldo Summer HY
03 book for n/a   97 Section 03 80480 1 Activity 20/0 T WEBONLINE 0800AM-1050AM Lautamo,Mikko Waldo Summer HY
03 book for n/a   97 Section 03 80480 1 Activity 20/0 R MRP1007 0800AM-1050AM Lautamo,Mikko Waldo Summer HY
03 book for n/a   97 Section 03 80480 1 Activity 20/0 R KDM266 0800AM-1050AM Lautamo,Mikko Waldo Summer HY

ART 142 - 3D Computer Modeling (3 Units)

Techniques and processes to create 3D computer models and environments. Exercises, assignments and projects designed to build skill levels with 3D computer modeling tools. Demonstrations and workshops in the use of 3D computer modeling software. Critiques, discussion and presentations to develop students' conceptual grasp of 3D computer modeling and virtual reality environments. Example applications in art/new media and computer gaming.

Note: May be taken twice for credit.

Prerequisite: CSC 10 or ART 97 or equivalent. Cross-listed as CSC 126.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  142 Section 01 80398 1 Activity 18/0 M MRP1007 0430PM-0720PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  142 Section 01 80398 1 Activity 18/0 M KDM266 0430PM-0720PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  142 Section 01 80398 1 Activity 18/0 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  142 Section 01 80398 1 Activity 18/0 M KDM145A 0430PM-0720PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a  142 Section 02 80511 1 Activity 18/0 T MRP1007 0800AM-1050AM Williams,Peter HY
02 book for n/a  142 Section 02 80511 1 Activity 18/0 T KDM266 0800AM-1050AM Williams,Peter HY
02 book for n/a  142 Section 02 80511 1 Activity 18/0 R WEBONLINE 0800AM-1050AM Williams,Peter HY
02 book for n/a  142 Section 02 80511 1 Activity 18/0 T KDM145A 0800AM-1050AM Williams,Peter HY

ART 146 - Creative Coding (3 Units)

Introduces techniques and artistic perspectives on interactivity and computationally-generated visual composition for New Media Artists. Nonlinear, dynamic, and generative approaches to composition, animation, video, and data processing are covered.

Prerequisite: ART 97

Fee course

Note: This course is recommended for students planning to take ART 143 and ART 198.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  146 Section 01 80848 1 Laboratory 18/2 T MRP1007 0100PM-0350PM Williams,Peter HY
01 book for n/a  146 Section 01 80848 1 Laboratory 18/2 T KDM266 0100PM-0350PM Williams,Peter HY
01 book for n/a  146 Section 01 80848 1 Laboratory 18/2 R WEBONLINE 0100PM-0350PM Williams,Peter HY

ART 106 - Renaissance Art (3 Units)

Architecture, painting, graphic arts, sculpture, and crafts principally of the 15th and 16th centuries. Emphasis is on the art of Europe in the historical context of an emerging global consciousness.

Prerequisite: ART 1A or ART 1B, or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  106 Section 01 86177 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Mirmobiny,Shadieh AB386,OL

BHON 109 - Operations Management (2 Units)

Introduces the basic concepts and methods used to analyze and improve operation performance in manufacturing and service organizations. Topics include operations strategy, process design and capacity management, inventory management, supply chain management, and operations planning and control.

Prerequisite: Admitted into Business Honors Program.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  109 Section 01 81651 1 Lecture 30/5 TR TAH1009 0100PM-0250PM Ye,Yuan HY
** Meets 10/24/2022 to 12/16/2022 **
01 book for n/a  109 Section 01 81651 1 Lecture 30/5 TR WEBONLINE 0100PM-0250PM Ye,Yuan HY
** Meets 10/24/2022 to 12/16/2022 **

BIO 157 - General Entomology (4 Units)

Biology of insects and a brief consideration of other terrestrial arthropods. Includes structure, physiology, ecology, classification, economic importance, collection and preservation of insects. Lecture three hours; laboratory three hours. Fee course.

Prerequisite: BIO 1 and BIO 2.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  157 Section 01 86100 1 Discussion 24/0 WEBONLINE - Pitzer,Jr.,Jimmy Bruce OL

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 84058 1 Lecture 120/38 MW ARC1010 0300PM-0415PM Lin,Yuteh K B2,HY

BIO 144 - Pathogenic Bacteriology (4 Units)

Morphological, physiological and immunological characteristics of pathogenic bacteria. In the laboratory, pure culture studies are emphasized. Lecture two hours; laboratory six hours. Fee course.

Prerequisite: BIO 139.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  144 Section 01 84077 1 Discussion 28/0 WF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Crawford,Rob OL

BIO 100 - Intro to Scientific Analysis (3 Units)

Prepares students for upper division Biology coursework and careers in science using a curriculum centered on critical thinking and evidence-based instruction and activities. Covers core competencies required for the practice of science: 1) evaluative reading, 2) written and oral communication, 3) analysis/quantitative reasoning, and 4) experimental design. Online lecture two hours. In-person laboratory three hours.

Prerequisite: BIO 1, BIO 2, and STAT 1; declared Biological Sciences majors only or instructor consent.

Note: Course cannot be taken concurrently with or after taking BIO 167.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  100 Section 01 84705 1 Lecture 30/2 WEBONLINE - Contino,Colin E. B5,OL
03 book for n/a  100 Section 03 84707 1 Lecture 30/1 WEBONLINE - Gleason,Lani U B5,OL
05 book for n/a  100 Section 05 84709 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Contino,Colin E. B5,OL
07 book for n/a  100 Section 07 84711 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Visger,Clayton J B5,OL
09 book for n/a  100 Section 09 84713 1 Lecture 30/4 WEBONLINE - Contino,Colin E. B5,OL
11 book for n/a  100 Section 11 85003 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Ishikawa,Cathy B5,OL
13 book for n/a  100 Section 13 85005 1 Lecture 30/11 WEBONLINE - Ishikawa,Cathy B5,OL

BIO 178 - Molecular Ecology (4 Units)

A survey of the use of molecular tools to understand ecological questions. Lecture will focus on the background and history of the use of molecular tools in ecological settings, including application of molecular tools to conservation of natural resources. Laboratory will include techniques for both wet lab and analysis of molecular data, including interpretation of results. Students will complete a capstone-style project that will culminate in the production of a research proposal.

Prerequisite: BIO 184

Corequisite: BIO 188

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  178 Section 01 84386 1 Lecture 16/1 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Gleason,Lani U OL

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 81716 1 Lecture 50/24 MW ALP204 0300PM-0415PM Daly,Deanna K HY
01 book for n/a  162 Section 01 81716 1 Lecture 50/24 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Daly,Deanna K HY

CHAD 101 - Explore CHAD (1 Units)

This course builds on initial coursework and fieldwork to promote balanced scholarship and professionalism in the field of Child and Adolescent Development. Students will investigate the breadth of professional opportunities, refine professional interests, and begin developing their professional portfolio. They will complete personal exploration to aid in developing an individualized academic and career plan to guide their trajectory within the major in preparation for their future academic and/or professional goals.

Prerequisite: (CHAD 30 or CHAD 35) and (CHAD 35F or CHAD 35E or CHAD 30C). CHAD 35F, CHAD 35E, or CHAD 30C may be taken concurrently. Must have 45 units completed.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 82266 1 Seminar 35/0 R BRH204 0500PM-0550PM Pitts,Lindsey Ann HY
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 82266 1 Seminar 35/0 WEBONLINE - Pitts,Lindsey Ann HY
04 book for n/a  101 Section 04 82268 1 Seminar 35/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Alexander,Kristen OL
05 book for n/a  101 Section 05 82269 1 Seminar 35/0 W EUR111 1100AM-1150AM Pitts,Lindsey Ann HY
07 book for n/a  101 Section 07 82271 1 Seminar 35/0 W WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Alexander,Kristen OL
09 book for n/a  101 Section 09 82407 1 Seminar 35/5 R YSM119 0400PM-0450PM Pitts,Lindsey Ann HY
09 book for n/a  101 Section 09 82407 1 Seminar 35/5 WEBONLINE - Pitts,Lindsey Ann HY

CHAD 195 - Internship in Child + Ad Dev (3 Units)

Designed to provide a range internship experiences where students apply academic knowledge to educational or community settings. Students receive supervised employment in school districts, state and community agencies, companies and other appropriate settings. The field experiences will be combined with class activities designed to develop students' understanding of topics related to their service. Requires regular meetings with faculty supervisor, completion of field study assignment, evaluation by field-based supervisor, and a written final report. The internships can be paid or unpaid.

Prerequisite: CHAD 30E, 35F, or 30C or equivalent. Completion of 60 units total credit and instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  195 Section 01 86796 1 Independent Study 35/16 W WEBONLINE 0500PM-0615PM Kolesnikov,Veronika K OL

CHAD 190 - chad capstone (3 Units)

As a culminating experience for the major, students blend professional and academic knowledge and experience. Students prepare for next professional steps, synthesize scientific knowledge of human development on a relevant topic of their choosing, and complete a related project with application in a community setting. Students complete 40 hours of fieldwork. Projects will be original, evidence-based, and address identified needs in the fieldwork setting. Course culminates in a community-invited senior presentation forum. Recommended to be taken in the final semester.

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

Prerequisite: CHAD 123, CHAD 133; CHAD 137 OR CHAD 138.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
05 book for n/a  190 Section 05 86794 1 Seminar 35/0 R WEBONLINE 0500PM-0615PM Ribeiro,Julia S OL,R,S,SVC LRN

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 82300 1 Lecture 40/0 W AMD314 0430PM-0720PM Kolesnikov,Veronika K E,HY
01 book for n/a   30 Section 01 82300 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Kolesnikov,Veronika K E,HY
05 book for n/a   30 Section 05 82312 1 Lecture 40/0 T EUR111 1200PM-0115PM Mehta,Nicki E,HY
06 book for n/a   30 Section 06 82311 1 Lecture 40/0 W EUR112 0130PM-0245PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
06 book for n/a   30 Section 06 82311 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
08 book for n/a   30 Section 08 82313 1 Lecture 40/0 M EUR112 0130PM-0245PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
08 book for n/a   30 Section 08 82313 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
09 book for n/a   30 Section 09 82314 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Yeung,Patrice S E,OL
10 book for n/a   30 Section 10 82315 1 Lecture 40/1 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Yeung,Patrice S E,OL
11 book for n/a   30 Section 11 82316 1 Lecture 40/0 T EUR115 0300PM-0415PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
11 book for n/a   30 Section 11 82316 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
12 book for n/a   30 Section 12 82317 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Mehta,Nicki E,OL
15 book for n/a   30 Section 15 82320 1 Lecture 40/0 T EUR112 0130PM-0245PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
15 book for n/a   30 Section 15 82320 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A E,HY
16 book for n/a   30 Section 16 82321 1 Lecture 40/0 R EUR111 1030AM-1145AM Morris-Valdez,Cherie L E,HY
16 book for n/a   30 Section 16 82321 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Morris-Valdez,Cherie L E,HY
18 book for n/a   30 Section 18 82323 1 Lecture 40/0 T EUR101 0900AM-1015AM Mehta,Nicki E,HY
19 book for n/a   30 Section 19 82324 1 Lecture 40/0 M DH106 0300PM-0415PM Kolesnikov,Veronika K E,HY
19 book for n/a   30 Section 19 82324 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Kolesnikov,Veronika K E,HY

CHAD 35 - Child+Adolescent Develpmt (3 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   35 Section 01 82331 1 Lecture 40/0 MW EUR115 1000AM-1050AM Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
01 book for n/a   35 Section 01 82331 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
03 book for n/a   35 Section 03 Low Cost Course Materials 82333 1 Lecture 40/1 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Walker,Judy L E,LCCM,OL
** Meets 08/29/2022 to 09/21/2022 **
04 book for n/a   35 Section 04 82334 1 Lecture 40/0 MW EUR115 1100AM-1150AM Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
04 book for n/a   35 Section 04 82334 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
06 book for n/a   35 Section 06 82336 1 Lecture 40/0 MW AMD219 0900AM-0950AM Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
06 book for n/a   35 Section 06 82336 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd E,HY
07 book for n/a   35 Section 07 Low Cost Course Materials 82337 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Walker,Judy L E,LCCM,OL
** Meets 08/30/2022 to 09/22/2022 **
08 book for n/a   35 Section 08 82338 1 Lecture 40/0 T AMD250 1200PM-0115PM Rivera-Carpenter,Veronica E,HY
08 book for n/a   35 Section 08 82338 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Rivera-Carpenter,Veronica E,HY
09 book for n/a   35 Section 09 82339 1 Lecture 40/0 R EUR115 1200PM-0115PM Staff E,HY
09 book for n/a   35 Section 09 82339 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Staff E,HY

CHAD 35E - CDHV+ECE Field Exper (3 Units)

This course examines theory and research in human development as it applies to early childhood education settings (0-5 years). Concepts related to cognitive, social-emotional, linguistic, and physical development, establishing and maintaining high quality programming (e.g. optimal learning environments, observation, etc.), and influences on development (e.g., family, race, cultural perspectives) within these settings will be discussed. Fieldwork includes 40 hours of service-learning at approved sites that are primarily off campus; students must complete clearance process (fingerprinting, TB tests) prior to placement.

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

Prerequisite: CHAD 35 or CHAD 30 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
02 book for n/a   35E Section 02 82261 1 Lecture 35/25 T AMD240 0130PM-0245PM Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 08/30/2022 to 09/20/2022 **
02 book for n/a   35E Section 02 82261 1 Lecture 35/25 WEBONLINE - Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 08/29/2022 to 12/09/2022 **

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.

Note: Service Learning may be required.

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 82262 1 Independent Study 35/0 W EUR223 1200PM-0115PM Wilber,Pamela HY,R,S,SVC LRN
01 book for n/a   35F Section 01 82262 1 Independent Study 35/0 WEBONLINE - Wilber,Pamela HY,R,S,SVC LRN
03 book for n/a   35F Section 03 82263 1 Independent Study 35/0 R EUR307G 1030AM-1145AM Wilber,Pamela HY,R,S,SVC LRN
03 book for n/a   35F Section 03 82263 1 Independent Study 35/0 WEBONLINE - Wilber,Pamela HY,R,S,SVC LRN
04 book for n/a   35F Section 04 82264 1 Independent Study 35/3 M EUR223 0300PM-0415PM Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A HY,R,S,SVC LRN
04 book for n/a   35F Section 04 82264 1 Independent Study 35/3 WEBONLINE - Bersola-Nguyen,Irene A HY,R,S,SVC LRN

CHAD 139 - Educational Play (3 Units)

Use of play as an educational vehicle in early childhood. Discovering how play helps children develop physically, socially, emotionally, cognitively and creatively through a variety of playful modes. Constructing appropriate developmental play materials and activities with emphasis on the active role of the adult in child's play. Activities include discussions, presentations, demonstrations and cooperative learning assignments.

Prerequisite: CHAD 30 or CHAD 35 or equivalent

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  139 Section 01 87087 1 Discussion 40/1 M EUR211 1200PM-0115PM Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY
01 book for n/a  139 Section 01 87087 1 Discussion 40/1 WEBONLINE - Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A 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
01 book for n/a  138 Section 01 82379 1 Lecture 38/0 W BRH204 0130PM-0245PM Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY
01 book for n/a  138 Section 01 82379 1 Lecture 38/0 WEBONLINE - Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY
04 book for n/a  138 Section 04 82382 1 Lecture 38/0 M DH206 0300PM-0415PM Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY
04 book for n/a  138 Section 04 82382 1 Lecture 38/0 WEBONLINE - Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY

CHAD 133 - Quantitative Methods (4 Units)

Introduction to quantitative research methods in human development and their philosophical underpinnings. Major topics include structures, design, and conduct of research inquiry; the generation of research questions and hypotheses; and collection and analysis of data. Students will be challenged to think critically about methodological issues, engage in quantitative research and conduct analyses, and increase their ability to locate, understand, critique, apply, and report research findings. APA style will be introduced to support the development of scholarly communication and writing.

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

Prerequisite: CHAD 30, or CHAD 35, or equivalent; CHAD 101; CHAD 101 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  133 Section 01 82346 1 Discussion 40/0 R BRH104 0300PM-0450PM Hembree,Sheri E HY
01 book for n/a  133 Section 01 82346 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Hembree,Sheri E 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 82353 1 Discussion 38/0 W EUR105 0600PM-0715PM Martinez,Jessica J HY
03 book for n/a  131 Section 03 82353 1 Discussion 38/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J HY
04 book for n/a  131 Section 04 82354 1 Discussion 38/0 T EUR105 0900AM-1015AM Martinez,Jessica J HY
04 book for n/a  131 Section 04 82354 1 Discussion 38/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J HY
05 book for n/a  131 Section 05 82355 1 Discussion 38/0 W EUR104 0300PM-0415PM Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY
05 book for n/a  131 Section 05 82355 1 Discussion 38/0 WEBONLINE - Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY
06 book for n/a  131 Section 06 82356 1 Discussion 38/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Cantrell,Lisa M OL

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
01 book for n/a  137 Section 01 82373 1 Lecture 38/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Cantrell,Lisa M OL
03 book for n/a  137 Section 03 82375 1 Lecture 38/0 M AMD250 0430PM-0545PM Jacobsen,Kelly L HY
03 book for n/a  137 Section 03 82375 1 Lecture 38/0 WEBONLINE - Jacobsen,Kelly L HY
04 book for n/a  137 Section 04 82376 1 Lecture 38/0 W HMB109 0130PM-0245PM Jacobsen,Kelly L HY
04 book for n/a  137 Section 04 82376 1 Lecture 38/0 WEBONLINE - Jacobsen,Kelly L 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
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 82365 1 Discussion 38/0 WEBONLINE - Natzel,Maggie OL

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
03 book for n/a  135 Section 03 82359 1 Discussion 38/0 T AMD308 0300PM-0415PM Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY
03 book for n/a  135 Section 03 82359 1 Discussion 38/0 WEBONLINE - Toledo Bustamante,Nadxieli HY
05 book for n/a  135 Section 05 82361 1 Discussion 38/0 R WEBONLINE 0500PM-0720PM Ellis,Basia D OL

CHAD 30C - Hum Dev + Soc Com Field Exper (3 Units)

This course aims to prepare students to become familiar with the operations of organizations serving children and adolescents in the community and identify professional opportunities in the field of child and adolescent development through class activities and 40 hours of fieldwork. Students will engage in directed field experiences in community and social settings and attend an on campus seminar. Students will translate theory into practice and reflect on experiences. Issues on equity and diversity within human development will be discussed.

Prerequisite: CHAD 30 or CHAD 35, or the equivalent; CHAD 30 may be taken concurrently.

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   30C Section 01 82259 1 Lecture 35/15 T EUR111 0300PM-0415PM Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 08/30/2022 to 08/30/2022 **
01 book for n/a   30C Section 01 82259 1 Lecture 35/15 T EUR111 0300PM-0415PM Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 09/20/2022 to 09/20/2022 **
01 book for n/a   30C Section 01 82259 1 Lecture 35/15 T EUR111 0300PM-0415PM Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 09/06/2022 to 09/06/2022 **
01 book for n/a   30C Section 01 82259 1 Lecture 35/15 T EUR111 0300PM-0415PM Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 09/13/2022 to 09/13/2022 **
01 book for n/a   30C Section 01 82259 1 Lecture 35/15 WEBONLINE - Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 08/29/2022 to 09/20/2022 **
02 book for n/a   30C Section 02 82260 1 Lecture 35/9 T EUR113 1200PM-0115PM Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 08/30/2022 to 08/30/2022 **
02 book for n/a   30C Section 02 82260 1 Lecture 35/9 WEBONLINE - Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 08/29/2022 to 09/20/2022 **
02 book for n/a   30C Section 02 82260 1 Lecture 35/9 T EUR113 1200PM-0115PM Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 09/06/2022 to 09/06/2022 **
02 book for n/a   30C Section 02 82260 1 Lecture 35/9 T EUR113 1200PM-0115PM Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 09/13/2022 to 09/13/2022 **
02 book for n/a   30C Section 02 82260 1 Lecture 35/9 T EUR113 1200PM-0115PM Walker,Judy L HY,R,S,SVC LRN
** Meets 09/20/2022 to 09/20/2022 **

CHAD 123 - Qualitative Methods (4 Units)

Introduction to qualitative research methods, their philosophical underpinnings, and their implications for understanding human development. The focus will be on identifying, interpreting, and designing qualitative research to study developmental processes. Attention will be given to methodological strategies used to document and analyze development in context, including participant observation field notes, interviews, documents, and artifacts, with implications for theory and practice. Activities include interpreting qualitative research, qualitative data collection and analysis, and communicating findings utilizing APA style.

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

Prerequisite: CHAD 30 or CHAD 35, or equivalent; CHAD 101. CHAD 101 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  123 Section 01 82274 1 Discussion 40/0 W KDM145 1000AM-1150AM Herrera,Alicia HY
01 book for n/a  123 Section 01 82274 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Herrera,Alicia HY
02 book for n/a  123 Section 02 82330 1 Discussion 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0450PM Parrish,Rosalie OL

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
02 book for n/a  150 Section 02 82287 1 Lecture 40/0 M SQU122 0500PM-0615PM Yeung,Patrice S HY
02 book for n/a  150 Section 02 82287 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Yeung,Patrice S HY

CHAD 157 - Infant+Toddler-Devl+Care (3 Units)

Research theory and practice are examined in relation to each area of infant and toddler development (conception through 24 months): Physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and perceptual. Individual differences and needs are stressed. Issues pertinent to individual and group care will be covered. Activities include lecture, discussion, and observations.

Prerequisite: One of the following: CHAD 30 or CHAD 35, FACS 50, PSYC 148, or SWRK 125A.

Cross Listed: FACS 157; 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  157 Section 01 82307 1 Discussion 40/0 W EUR108 1200PM-0115PM Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY,OL
01 book for n/a  157 Section 01 82307 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY,OL
02 book for n/a  157 Section 02 86795 1 Discussion 40/0 M EUR109 0500PM-0615PM Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY,OL
02 book for n/a  157 Section 02 86795 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Ferry-Perata,Elizabeth A HY,OL

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 82288 1 Lecture 38/0 WEBONLINE - Ribeiro,Julia S OL
02 book for n/a  156 Section 02 82289 1 Lecture 38/0 W EUR111 1200PM-0115PM Martinez,Jessica J HY
02 book for n/a  156 Section 02 82289 1 Lecture 38/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J HY
03 book for n/a  156 Section 03 82290 1 Lecture 38/0 F EUR111 1000AM-1115AM Martinez,Jessica J HY
03 book for n/a  156 Section 03 82290 1 Lecture 38/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J HY

CHAD 242 - Theoretical Apprch To Dev (3 Units)

An in-depth examination of theoretical approaches to various domains of human development. Content includes current and historical developmental theory and application of theory to developmental research. Critical thinking skills and scholarly writing will be emphasized.

Note: Graduate Writing Intensive course

Prerequisite: CHAD 137 or CHAD 138. 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  242 Section 01 82304 1 Seminar 20/7 T EUR111 0500PM-0650PM Hembree,Sheri E GWI,HY
01 book for n/a  242 Section 01 82304 1 Seminar 20/7 WEBONLINE - Hembree,Sheri E GWI,HY

CHAD 247 - Theor+Appl Pers Cross Cul Dev (3 Units)

The cultural basis of human development through an in-depth examination of the socio-emotional, cognitive, language and gender development of children from infancy through adolescence within and across different cultures and communities. Theory, methods, and research of cross-cultural investigations will be considered and applications of course material to educational and community settings will be explored and analyzed.

Prerequisite: CHDV 200 or instructor permission. CHDV 200 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  247 Section 01 82303 1 Seminar 20/11 W ALP138 0600PM-0750PM Waechter-McMillan,Megan R HY
01 book for n/a  247 Section 01 82303 1 Seminar 20/11 WEBONLINE - Waechter-McMillan,Megan R 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
01 book for n/a  143 Section 01 82368 1 Discussion 40/0 T WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM O'Hara,Karen B5,HY
01 book for n/a  143 Section 01 82368 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - O'Hara,Karen B5,HY
04 book for n/a  143 Section 04 82371 1 Discussion 40/0 W DH108 1200PM-0115PM O'Hara,Karen B5,HY
04 book for n/a  143 Section 04 82371 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - O'Hara,Karen B5,HY
05 book for n/a  143 Section 05 82372 1 Discussion 40/0 TR 1200PM-0115PM Parrish,Rosalie B5,OL

CHAD 141 - History of Childhood (3 Units)

Examination of what it means to be a child in today's world by comparing social constructions of childhood across the broad historical periods and in contrasting parts of the world. Exploration of cultural beliefs, values and practices of childhood in different historical, social, and economic contexts. Comparative approach provides a critical framework from which to analyze scholarly inquiry about how children develop in families, schools, and broader society. Course content will interest students from a broad array of majors.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  141 Section 01 82363 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Feeney,Carissa A HUM (C2),OL
02 book for n/a  141 Section 02 82364 1 Discussion 40/1 W DH213 0500PM-0615PM Jacobsen,Kelly L HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a  141 Section 02 82364 1 Discussion 40/1 WEBONLINE - Jacobsen,Kelly L HUM (C2),HY
03 book for n/a  141 Section 03 86793 1 Discussion 40/0 M BRH204 0130PM-0245PM Jacobsen,Kelly L HUM (C2),HY
03 book for n/a  141 Section 03 86793 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Jacobsen,Kelly L HUM (C2),HY
4 book for n/a  141 Section 4 87109 1 Discussion 40/0 T YSM141 0130PM-0245PM Rivera-Carpenter,Veronica HUM (C2),HY
4 book for n/a  141 Section 4 87109 1 Discussion 40/0 WEBONLINE - Rivera-Carpenter,Veronica HUM (C2),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
03 book for n/a  146 Section 03 82285 1 Lecture 40/13 M BNC1029 0300PM-0415PM Iaccopucci,Anne M HY
03 book for n/a  146 Section 03 82285 1 Lecture 40/13 WEBONLINE - Iaccopucci,Anne M HY
04 book for n/a  146 Section 04 82286 1 Lecture 40/0 M WEBONLINE 0500PM-0750PM Gill,Surinder OL

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 82388 1 Lecture 40/4 M EUR112 1200PM-0115PM Herrera,Alicia HY
01 book for n/a  147 Section 01 82388 1 Lecture 40/4 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
01 book for n/a  145 Section 01 82326 1 Discussion 30/0 F EUR112 1200PM-0115PM Martinez,Jessica J GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
01 book for n/a  145 Section 01 82326 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Martinez,Jessica J GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
02 book for n/a  145 Section 02 82327 1 Discussion 30/0 M MND4000 1030AM-1145AM Jacobsen,Kelly L GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
02 book for n/a  145 Section 02 82327 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Jacobsen,Kelly L GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
03 book for n/a  145 Section 03 82328 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Escobar,Sylvia GE AREA D,OL,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 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.

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 82385 1 Lecture 40/6 W EUR101 1200PM-0115PM Pitts,Lindsey Ann HY
01 book for n/a   23 Section 01 82385 1 Lecture 40/6 WEBONLINE - Pitts,Lindsey Ann HY

CHIN 1A - Elementary Mandarin (5 Units)

Beginning Mandarin with emphasis on listening comprehension, speaking, grammar structure and character writing. The relationship between language and culture will also be emphasized. Includes an introduction to elements of Chinese culture that pertain to language, such as mode of thinking, inter-human relations, and aesthetic expressions.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 80186 1 Discussion 28/4 TWRF MRP2032 1000AM-1050AM Wu,Xianghua HY
01 book for n/a    1A Section 01 80186 1 Discussion 28/4 WEBONLINE - Wu,Xianghua HY
02 book for n/a    1A Section 02 80696 1 Discussion 28/3 TWRF MRP2032 1200PM-1250PM Wu,Xianghua HY
02 book for n/a    1A Section 02 80696 1 Discussion 28/3 WEBONLINE - Wu,Xianghua HY

CM 110 - Legal Aspect Construction (3 Units)

Application of advanced legal concepts to the construction process. Analyzes problems relating to contract formation, administration, and interpretation. Includes bidding and contract enforcement; litigation of disputes vs. arbitration; liability for negligence, warranty, and strict liability; safety; license law requirements; mechanics' liens and stop notices; bond rights and obligations. Lecture three hours.

Prerequisite: Senior class standing, MGMT 101, CM 22.

Corequisite: CM 126

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  110 Section 01 82489 1 Discussion 24/0 MW 0630PM-0745PM Mccandless,Chris A OL
02 book for n/a  110 Section 02 82738 1 Discussion 24/1 TR 0630PM-0745PM Mccandless,Chris A OL

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
07 book for n/a   21 Section 07 82857 1 Discussion 24/0 MW 1000AM-1050AM Bisharat,Keith A 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
01 book for n/a   22 Section 01 82773 1 Discussion 24/0 MW MND4004 1000AM-1050AM Miller,Jason HY

CM 199 - Special Problems (1-3 Units)

Individual projects or directed reading.

Note: Open only to students competent to carry on individual work. Admission to this course requires approval of an instructor and the program coordinator.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  199 Section 01 83144 1 Independent Study 24/24 M 0630PM-0820PM Anderson,Mikael J HY
02 book for n/a  199 Section 02 87400 1 Independent Study 99/99 T 0630PM-0820PM Anderson,Mikael J HY

COMS 187 - Issue Mgmt+Case Study Pr (3 Units)

Examines the management of issues in the public and private sectors including knowledge and skills in the communication activities and thinking processes that affect an issue's development. Uses case studies of organizations--governmental agencies, businesses, and not-for-profit entities to assess issue development and management by examining the fundamental questions confronting organizations: What should the particular organization do and how should it do it? Examines criteria for selecting among alternative options, and the relation of the organization to its environment. Explores the broader social, legal, and ethical implications of the organization's activities.

Prerequisite: COMS 118; completion of 12 units of upper division COMS courses.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  187 Section 01 80586 1 Seminar 25/13 W DH106 0300PM-0415PM Hong,Cheng HY
01 book for n/a  187 Section 01 80586 1 Seminar 25/13 M WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Hong,Cheng HY
02 book for n/a  187 Section 02 80591 1 Seminar 25/6 W MRP1014 0130PM-0245PM Hong,Cheng HY
02 book for n/a  187 Section 02 80591 1 Seminar 25/6 M WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Hong,Cheng 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 80360 1 Lecture 80/20 MW MND3013 1000AM-1050AM Stitt,Carmen HY
02 book for n/a  100C Section 02 80360 1 Lecture 80/20 F WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Stitt,Carmen HY

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

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

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

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

Corequisite: COMS 100A

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  100B Section 01 80855 1 Discussion 25/8 MWF MND1026 0900AM-0950AM Staff HY,WI
04 book for n/a  100B Section 04 80858 1 Discussion 25/0 TR MND1020 0130PM-0245PM Terry,Andrea J HY,WI
04 book for n/a  100B Section 04 80858 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J HY,WI

COMS 160 - Political Communication (3 Units)

Analyzes the relationship between mass media and political decision-making, including a structural analysis of political and media institutions. Particular attention on the formation of public opinion through messages and strategies, and the impact of public opinion on public policy.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  160 Section 01 80649 1 Discussion 40/38 TR 1200PM-0115PM Terry,Andrea J HY
01 book for n/a  160 Section 01 80649 1 Discussion 40/38 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J 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
01 book for n/a  118 Section 01 80028 1 Lecture 120/31 W MND1003 1200PM-0115PM Hong,Cheng HY
01 book for n/a  118 Section 01 80028 1 Lecture 120/31 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Hong,Cheng 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 80084 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 0730AM-0845AM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
01 book for n/a    5 Section 01 80084 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
02 book for n/a    5 Section 02 80085 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND1030 0730AM-0845AM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
02 book for n/a    5 Section 02 80085 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
03 book for n/a    5 Section 03 80086 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 0900AM-1015AM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
03 book for n/a    5 Section 03 80086 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
04 book for n/a    5 Section 04 80087 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND1030 0900AM-1015AM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
04 book for n/a    5 Section 04 80087 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
05 book for n/a    5 Section 05 80088 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 1030AM-1145AM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
05 book for n/a    5 Section 05 80088 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
06 book for n/a    5 Section 06 80089 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND1030 1030AM-1145AM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
06 book for n/a    5 Section 06 80089 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
07 book for n/a    5 Section 07 80090 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 1200PM-0115PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
07 book for n/a    5 Section 07 80090 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 80267 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND1030 1200PM-0115PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 80267 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 80092 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 0130PM-0245PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 80092 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
10 book for n/a    5 Section 10 80091 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND1030 0130PM-0245PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
10 book for n/a    5 Section 10 80091 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
11 book for n/a    5 Section 11 80251 1 Discussion 30/0 T MND1030 0300PM-0415PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
11 book for n/a    5 Section 11 80251 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
12 book for n/a    5 Section 12 80253 1 Discussion 30/0 R MND1030 0300PM-0415PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
12 book for n/a    5 Section 12 80253 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
13 book for n/a    5 Section 13 80427 1 Discussion 30/0 T BRH101 1200PM-0115PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
13 book for n/a    5 Section 13 80427 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
14 book for n/a    5 Section 14 80145 1 Discussion 30/0 R BRH101 1200PM-0115PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
14 book for n/a    5 Section 14 80145 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
15 book for n/a    5 Section 15 80266 1 Discussion 30/0 T TAH1007 0130PM-0245PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
15 book for n/a    5 Section 15 80266 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine A1,HY
16 book for n/a    5 Section 16 80093 1 Discussion 30/0 R SQU142 0130PM-0245PM Gale,Elaine A1,HY
16 book for n/a    5 Section 16 80093 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Gale,Elaine 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 80264 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 0800AM-0850AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
01 book for n/a    4 Section 01 80264 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
02 book for n/a    4 Section 02 80020 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 0800AM-0850AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
02 book for n/a    4 Section 02 80020 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
03 book for n/a    4 Section 03 80262 1 Discussion 20/1 F MND2032 0800AM-0850AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
03 book for n/a    4 Section 03 80262 1 Discussion 20/1 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
04 book for n/a    4 Section 04 80263 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 0900AM-0950AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
04 book for n/a    4 Section 04 80263 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
05 book for n/a    4 Section 05 80074 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 0900AM-0950AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
05 book for n/a    4 Section 05 80074 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
06 book for n/a    4 Section 06 80075 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 0900AM-0950AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
06 book for n/a    4 Section 06 80075 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
07 book for n/a    4 Section 07 80073 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 1000AM-1050AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
07 book for n/a    4 Section 07 80073 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
08 book for n/a    4 Section 08 80076 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 1000AM-1050AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
08 book for n/a    4 Section 08 80076 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
09 book for n/a    4 Section 09 80078 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 1000AM-1050AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
09 book for n/a    4 Section 09 80078 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
10 book for n/a    4 Section 10 80077 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 1100AM-1150AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
10 book for n/a    4 Section 10 80077 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
11 book for n/a    4 Section 11 80079 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 1100AM-1150AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
11 book for n/a    4 Section 11 80079 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
12 book for n/a    4 Section 12 80082 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 1100AM-1150AM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
12 book for n/a    4 Section 12 80082 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
13 book for n/a    4 Section 13 80081 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 1200PM-1250PM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
13 book for n/a    4 Section 13 80081 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
14 book for n/a    4 Section 14 80083 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 1200PM-1250PM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
14 book for n/a    4 Section 14 80083 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
15 book for n/a    4 Section 15 80292 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 1200PM-1250PM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
15 book for n/a    4 Section 15 80292 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
16 book for n/a    4 Section 16 80294 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 0100PM-0150PM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
16 book for n/a    4 Section 16 80294 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
17 book for n/a    4 Section 17 80299 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 0100PM-0150PM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
17 book for n/a    4 Section 17 80299 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
18 book for n/a    4 Section 18 80300 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 0100PM-0150PM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
18 book for n/a    4 Section 18 80300 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
19 book for n/a    4 Section 19 80324 1 Discussion 20/0 M MND2032 0200PM-0250PM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
19 book for n/a    4 Section 19 80324 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
20 book for n/a    4 Section 20 80325 1 Discussion 20/0 W MND2032 0200PM-0250PM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
20 book for n/a    4 Section 20 80325 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
21 book for n/a    4 Section 21 80326 1 Discussion 20/0 F MND2032 0200PM-0250PM Terry,Andrea J A1,HY
21 book for n/a    4 Section 21 80326 1 Discussion 20/0 WEBONLINE - Terry,Andrea J A1,HY

COMS 8 - Interpersonal Com Skills (3 Units)

Basic skills and introductory concepts for examining and altering interpersonal communication. In addition to lectures and discussions, students engage in structured interpersonal exercises and simulations to practice interpersonal communication skills such as listening, paraphrasing, describing feelings and intentions, and giving and receiving criticism.

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a    8 Section 01 80025 1 Discussion 30/0 MW MND4008 0900AM-0950AM Staff HY
01 book for n/a    8 Section 01 80025 1 Discussion 30/0 F WEBONLINE - Staff 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
04 book for n/a  166 Section 04 83005 1 Laboratory 12/0 R RVR3005 0600PM-0840PM Wekanda,Samuel 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
02 book for n/a   64 Section 02 82848 1 Laboratory 11/0 W 0600PM-0840PM Wekanda,Samuel E,HY
04 book for n/a   64 Section 04 82850 1 Laboratory 11/0 F 0600PM-0840PM Wekanda,Samuel E,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 83113 1 Seminar 10/7 M 0300PM-0350PM Kumar,Preetham B GWI,HY
01 book for n/a  201 Section 01 83113 1 Seminar 10/7 M WEBONLINE 0300PM-0350PM Kumar,Preetham B GWI,HY
02 book for n/a  201 Section 02 83130 1 Laboratory 10/7 W 0200PM-0440PM Kumar,Preetham B GWI,HY
02 book for n/a  201 Section 02 83130 1 Laboratory 10/7 W WEBONLINE 0200PM-0440PM Kumar,Preetham B GWI,HY

CPE 159 - Operating Systm Pragmatic (3 Units)

Application of operating system principles to the design and implementation of a multi-tasking operating system. Students will write an operating system for a computer system. Topics include scheduling of processes, control and allocation of computer resources and user interfacing.

Prerequisite: CSC 139.

Cross Listed: CSC 159; 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  159 Section 01 87058 1 Discussion 15/0 T 0530PM-0645PM Crist Jr,Greg HY
01 book for n/a  159 Section 01 87058 1 Discussion 15/0 R WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Crist Jr,Greg HY
02 book for n/a  159 Section 02 87059 1 Discussion 15/0 T 0700PM-0815PM Crist Jr,Greg HY
02 book for n/a  159 Section 02 87059 1 Discussion 15/0 R WEBONLINE 0700PM-0815PM Crist Jr,Greg 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 83110 1 Lecture 30/5 W RVR1008 0800AM-0850AM Meduri,Praveen K HY
01 book for n/a  187 Section 01 83110 1 Lecture 30/5 W WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Meduri,Praveen K HY
02 book for n/a  187 Section 02 83111 1 Laboratory 15/2 W RVR3005 0900AM-1140AM Meduri,Praveen K HY
02 book for n/a  187 Section 02 83111 1 Laboratory 15/2 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
03 book for n/a  185 Section 03 82521 1 Laboratory 15/6 W RVR3017 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY
03 book for n/a  185 Section 03 82521 1 Laboratory 15/6 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
01 book for n/a    1 Section 01 83206 1 Lecture 75/13 MW DH212 0800AM-0850AM Williams,Alton N GE AREA D,HY
01 book for n/a    1 Section 01 83206 1 Lecture 75/13 F WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Williams,Alton N GE AREA D,HY
02 book for n/a    1 Section 02 83323 1 Lecture 75/34 MW DH212 0900AM-0950AM Williams,Alton N GE AREA D,HY
02 book for n/a    1 Section 02 83323 1 Lecture 75/34 F WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Williams,Alton N GE AREA D,HY
04 book for n/a    1 Section 04 83224 1 Lecture 75/17 MW DH212 1100AM-1150AM Williams,Alton N GE AREA D,HY
04 book for n/a    1 Section 04 83224 1 Lecture 75/17 F WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Williams,Alton N GE AREA D,HY
05 book for n/a    1 Section 05 83228 1 Lecture 75/27 MW DH212 1200PM-1250PM Williams,Alton N GE AREA D,HY
05 book for n/a    1 Section 05 83228 1 Lecture 75/27 F WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Williams,Alton N GE AREA D,HY

CRJ 117 - Amer Crim Just & Minor Grps (3 Units)

Course examines the origins of racial/ethnic/gender/sex discrimination and disparities in the US justice system. Additionally, course provides a critical examination of the processes and outcomes of the justice system by reviewing the major theories of crime and number of minorities reported in crime data. Using discussions about various criminal justice policies and their impact on minority groups, the course assesses the changing dynamic of race relations and diversity in society and their influences on justice administration.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  117 Section 02 83617 1 Lecture 60/0 TR WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Gutierrez,Ricky S GE AREA D,OL,RE

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
03 book for n/a  115 Section 03 83299 1 Lecture 60/0 WEBONLINE - Sasere,Davies O. GE AREA D,OL
04 book for n/a  115 Section 04 83408 1 Lecture 60/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Mizrahi,Stephanie Lipson GE AREA D,OL

CRJ 156 - Intro to Crime & Intell Analy (3 Units)

Introduction to crime and intelligence analysis with a special emphasis on those methods most often used in the study of crime and criminal behavior patterns. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary toward understanding crime analysis, intelligence analysis and mapping geospatial data. Topics include theory, the history of crime analysis, crime analysis technologies, intelligence analysis, and types/functions of crime analysis.

Prerequisite: CRJ 101; must be a declared CRJ major or have chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  156 Section 01 83836 1 Lecture 60/0 WEBONLINE - Croisdale,Tim E OL

CRJ 151 - White Collar Crime (3 Units)

Introduces students to a variety of white collar crime issues, including definitional complexities, the causes, frequency and impact of economic crime, and victim and offender profiles. Governmental corruption, organizational fraud, consumer and environmental offenses, anti-trust violations and international schemes will be covered. Students will also become familiar with methods used to investigate, prosecute and sentence white collar offenders. Policy considerations will be discussed for controlling national and international white collar crime.

Prerequisite: Junior/Senior status, Criminal Justice or Fire Service Management major or chair permission

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  151 Section 01 83965 1 Lecture 60/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Noble,Jennifer C OL

CRJ 126 - Law of Evidence (3 Units)

Law of evidence as codified and its complimentary interpretations by the courts. Topics include the admission and exclusion of evidence, relevance, the hearsay rule and its exceptions, the use of writings and demonstrative evidence, judicial notice, order of proof and presumptions, and issues relating to witness competency and privileges. Constitutional exclusions and their impacts are not covered.

Prerequisite: CRJ 121 and CRJ 123; restricted to declared 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  126 Section 01 83862 1 Lecture 50/0 R SHS240 1200PM-0115PM Noble,Jennifer C HY
01 book for n/a  126 Section 01 83862 1 Lecture 50/0 T WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Noble,Jennifer C HY

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
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 83213 1 Lecture 30/0 R TSC1005 0300PM-0415PM Fox,Nicole S HY,WI
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 83213 1 Lecture 30/0 T WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Fox,Nicole S HY,WI
04 book for n/a  190 Section 04 83301 1 Lecture 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Schnurbush,Kim E OL,WI
08 book for n/a  190 Section 08 84018 1 Lecture 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Schnurbush,Kim E OL,WI

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
05 book for n/a  123 Section 05 83235 1 Lecture 50/2 R ARC1011 0900AM-1015AM Noble,Jennifer C HY
05 book for n/a  123 Section 05 83235 1 Lecture 50/2 T WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Noble,Jennifer C HY
07 book for n/a  123 Section 07 87410 1 Lecture 50/22 TR WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Kemokai,Tiangay M OL

CRJ 121 - Structure & Functn Amer Court (3 Units)

Overview of the Federal and State court structures including jurisdiction, venue, roles of court participants, due process and post arrest procedures employed in adjudication, trial process, appellate review. Constitutional issues such as discretion, indigent rights, right to counsel, discovery, pleas, bail and preventive detention, competency, evidence suppression, double jeopardy, and speedy trial will also be addressed.

Prerequisite: declared majors or minors or chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  121 Section 02 83236 1 Lecture 60/0 MW 1030AM-1145AM Kubicek,Laurie M OL
06 book for n/a  121 Section 06 87408 1 Lecture 60/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Kemokai,Tiangay M OL

CRJ 163 - Ldrshp Crj & Public Safety (3 Units)

Addresses role of leadership in shaping and directing complex justice and public safety organizations. Leadership styles, roles, communication, group dynamics and organizational culture are examined and applied to organizational maintenance, adaptation, and change. Also addresses the role of employee organizations and personal practices in shaping leadership options and styles in public agencies. Particular attention is focused on implementing leadership in the bureaucratic and public agencies typical to the fields of criminal justice and public safety administration.

Prerequisite: CRJ 160; 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  163 Section 01 86691 1 Lecture 60/8 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Hahn,Daniel P OL

CRJ 167 - Collective Bargain & Arbitrn (3 Units)

This course is designed to provide the public safety student and/or criminal justice student, practitioner and/or administrator with an understanding of public safety personnel practices in the area of collective bargaining. Labor-management relations, dispute resolution, arbitration, and the various laws that govern labor-management relations, at all levels of government, will be covered.

Prerequisite: Must be a declared CRJ major or chair permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  167 Section 01 86692 1 Lecture 60/6 TR WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Staff OL

CRJ 131 - Correctional Institutions (3 Units)

Role and function of the correctional institution in the administration of criminal justice. A review of institutional procedures: reception, classification, program assignment, mass custody, treatment programs, and release, including parole and discharge. The inmate social system and its relationship to the official world that contains it. The following topics will receive special attention: the determinate sentence; the confinement of repetitively violent offenders; the death penalty and its impact on prison management, inmate social services; prison reform; and the stresses experienced by institutional personnel.

Prerequisite: CRJ 101, CRJ 102 and CRJ 130; restricted to declared 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  131 Section 01 83313 1 Lecture 60/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Schnurbush,Kim E 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
03 book for n/a  130 Section 03 83227 1 Lecture 60/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Gutierrez,Ricky S OL
05 book for n/a  130 Section 05 83830 1 Lecture 60/7 MW WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Gutierrez,Ricky S OL

CRJ 502 - Culm Exper: Thesis or Project (3 Units)

Completion of a thesis or project approved for the Master's degree. A thesis requires an original contribution to knowledge in a traditional research format. A project is a significant undertaking of a pursuit appropriate to the profession. It must evidence originality and independent thinking, appropriate form and organization and a rationale.

Prerequisite: Advanced to candidacy; satisfactory completion of CRJ 501.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  502 Section 01 84019 1 Thesis Research 9/6 - Escobar,Sue C OL
02 book for n/a  502 Section 02 83689 1 Thesis Research 2/0 - Fox,Nicole S OL
03 book for n/a  502 Section 03 83875 1 Thesis Research 4/3 - Gutierrez,Ricky S OL
04 book for n/a  502 Section 04 83876 1 Thesis Research 1/0 - Lin,Kai OL
05 book for n/a  502 Section 05 83877 1 Thesis Research 1/1 - Mizrahi,Stephanie Lipson OL
06 book for n/a  502 Section 06 84020 1 Thesis Research 1/0 - Sardina,Alexa D OL
07 book for n/a  502 Section 07 84021 1 Thesis Research 1/1 - Staff OL

CRJ 170 - Human Trafficking and Slavery (3 Units)

The course explores the international and domestic legal framework that defines human trafficking and slavery and analyzes the major theories and current research on related causes and risk factors. The role of involvement of transnational organized criminal groups and vulnerability of social groups are discussed. Lastly, the course provides a critical analysis of effective strategies in victim identification, protection, prosecution, and prevention as instrumental components in assessment of crime control policy.

Prerequisite: Junior/Senior level and CRJ majors only; 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  170 Section 01 83709 1 Lecture 60/0 WEBONLINE - Ren,Xin 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
01 book for n/a  101 Section 01 83208 1 Lecture 35/0 WEBONLINE - Valadez,Mercedes OL
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 83209 1 Lecture 35/0 M ALP153 1200PM-0115PM Valadez,Mercedes HY
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 83209 1 Lecture 35/0 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Valadez,Mercedes HY
11 book for n/a  101 Section 11 83825 1 Lecture 35/0 M ALP153 0530PM-0645PM Valadez,Mercedes HY
11 book for n/a  101 Section 11 83825 1 Lecture 35/0 W WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Valadez,Mercedes 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
08 book for n/a  102 Section 08 83708 1 Lecture 35/0 R EUR112 0130PM-0245PM Fox,Nicole S HY
08 book for n/a  102 Section 08 83708 1 Lecture 35/0 T WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Fox,Nicole S HY

CRJ 108 - Domestic Crime & Violence (3 Units)

Detailed examination of the multiple causes, effects and dynamics of crime against children, spouses, domestic partners and the dependent elderly, the response of criminal justice agencies to these crimes and the impact of these crimes on their victims.

Prerequisite: CRJ 101 and CRJ 102; restricted to declared 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  108 Section 01 83840 1 Lecture 60/2 MW 0300PM-0415PM Mendie,Edidiong OL

CRJ 114 - Sex Offenses & Offenders (3 Units)

Exploration of relevant factors and dimensions of sexual offenses and offenders related to the Criminal Justice system, its cliental and practitioners.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
06 book for n/a  114 Section 06 86739 1 Lecture 60/0 MW WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Sasere,Davies O. GE AREA D,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
02 book for n/a  199 Section 02 87292 1 Independent Study 20/20 R WEBONLINE 0200PM-0350PM Hagge,Darla K
Garner,Renee C
OL
03 book for n/a  199 Section 03 87310 1 Independent Study 20/20 M WEBONLINE 0900AM-1050AM Hagge,Darla K OL

CSC 201 - Program Language Principl (3 Units)

Notations for the specification of programming language syntax and semantics; attribute, translational, operational, axiomatic, algebraic, denotational, and action semantics. Applications of programming language syntax and programming language semantics. Use of meta languages to generate executable language definitions for language implementation, program transformation, program property analysis, and rapid software prototyping. Principles of logic, functional, and object-oriented programming languages.

Prerequisite: Fully classified graduate status in Computer Science or Software Engineering.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  201 Section 02 82778 1 Seminar 15/0 TR RVR2010 0130PM-0245PM Zhang,Cui HY
03 book for n/a  201 Section 03 82779 1 Seminar 15/2 TR RVR2010 0400PM-0515PM Zhang,Cui HY

CSC 159 - Operating System Pragmatics (3 Units)

Application of operating system principles to the design and implementation of a multitasking operating system. Students will write an operating system for a computer platform. Topics include: scheduling of processes, control and allocation of computer resources, and user interfacing.

Prerequisite: CSC 139.

Cross Listed: CPE 159; 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  159 Section 01 82941 1 Discussion 15/0 T RVR1002 0530PM-0645PM Crist Jr,Greg HY
01 book for n/a  159 Section 01 82941 1 Discussion 15/0 R WEBONLINE 0530PM-0645PM Crist Jr,Greg HY
02 book for n/a  159 Section 02 83078 1 Discussion 15/0 T RVR1002 0700PM-0815PM Crist Jr,Greg HY
02 book for n/a  159 Section 02 83078 1 Discussion 15/0 R WEBONLINE 0700PM-0815PM Crist Jr,Greg HY

CSC 126 - 3D Computer Modeling (3 Units)

Techniques and processes to create 3D computer models and environments. Exercises, assignments and projects designed to build skill levels with 3D computer modeling tools. Demonstrations and workshops in the use of 3D computer modeling software. Critiques, discussion and presentations to develop students' conceptual grasp of 3D computer modeling and virtual reality environments. Example applications in art/new media and computer gaming.

Note: May be taken twice for credit.

Prerequisite: CSC 10 or ART 97 or equivalent. Cross-listed as ART 142.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  126 Section 01 87188 1 Activity 2/1 M 0430PM-0720PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  126 Section 01 87188 1 Activity 2/1 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Staff HY
01 book for n/a  126 Section 01 87188 1 Activity 2/1 M 0430PM-0720PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a  126 Section 02 87311 1 Activity 2/0 T 0800AM-1050AM Williams,Peter HY
02 book for n/a  126 Section 02 87311 1 Activity 2/0 R WEBONLINE 0800AM-1050AM Williams,Peter HY
02 book for n/a  126 Section 02 87311 1 Activity 2/0 T 0800AM-1050AM Williams,Peter HY

CSC 10A - Accel Intro Programming Logic (3 Units)

Introduction to computer science with an emphasis on programming concepts, logic, and methodology: computer hardware and software, problem solving and algorithm development, flow of control, and modular design. Accelerated and more in-depth study of programming concepts than CSC 10. Intended for computer science and computer engineering majors who have little or no programming experience. Lecture two house, technical activity and laboratory, two hours. Not open to students who have received credit for CSC 10.

Preqrequisite: Math 11

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
06 book for n/a   10A Section 06 82685 1 Discussion 50/0 TR 0200PM-0250PM Tajlil,Holly OL
09 book for n/a   10A Section 09 82688 1 Discussion 10/0 TR 1030AM-1120AM Tajlil,Holly OL
11 book for n/a   10A Section 11 86983 1 Discussion 50/0 MW 1100AM-1150AM Tajlil,Holly OL
14 book for n/a   10A Section 14 86987 1 Discussion 50/0 TR 0300PM-0350PM Tajlil,Holly OL
81 book for n/a   10A Section 81 82622 1 Activity 25/0 T 1130AM-0110PM Tajlil,Holly OL

CSC 234 - Software Verifcatn+Validatn (3 Units)

Verification and validation (V & V) techniques to identify and resolve software problems and high-risk issues early in the software lifecycle. Application of V & V to all phases of the lifecycle process. Includes planning and reporting on the V & V effort. Topics also include software quality assurance and software testing.

Prerequisite: Fully classified graduate status in Computer Science or Software Engineering; or Computer Engineering and CSC 131.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  234 Section 01 87134 1 Seminar 25/0 TR 0530PM-0645PM Salem,Ahmed M OL

CSC 131 - Computer Software Engr (3 Units)

Principles of Software Engineering covering the software development life cycle, including software requirements engineering (elicitation, modeling, analysis and specification), software design, software implementation and testing. Main topics include various software development process models, method and techniques for specifying requirements, architectural and detailed design specification, prototyping, top-down and bottom-up software implementation and testing. Topics also include project management, project documentation and the development of communication skills through written documentation and oral presentation.

Prerequisite: CSC 130; may be taken concurrently. Not currently enrolled in CSC 131.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  131 Section 02 82545 1 Discussion 30/0 TR 1030AM-1145AM Salem,Ahmed M OL
04 book for n/a  131 Section 04 82964 1 Discussion 25/8 TR AMD261 0530PM-0645PM Chen,Yu HY

CSC 134 - Database Management Systems (3 Units)

Entity-Relationship (ER) model; relational model; relational database design by ER-to-relational mapping; design of applications using database technology; SQL; schema definition, constraints, and queries; relational algebra; data normalization; access methods such as indexing and hash structures; introduction to transaction processing.

Prerequisite: CSC 130, and not currently enrolled in CSC 134

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  134 Section 01 82551 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF RVR2010 1000AM-1050AM Jin,Ying HY
02 book for n/a  134 Section 02 83090 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF RVR2010 1100AM-1150AM Jin,Ying HY

CSC 177 - Data Analytics and Mining (3 Units)

Theory and implementation of techniques for data analytics and mining with emphasis on big data. Topics include data cleaning, exploratory data analysis, data visualization, feature engineering, classification, clustering, association rule mining, predictive model evaluation, parameter tuning, natural language processing, and selected advanced data mining topics. Design and implementation of systems using contemporary data analysis and mining programming libraries for automatic discovery of patterns and knowledge.

Prerequisite: CSC 134 and STAT 50 or ENGR 115.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  177 Section 01 87054 1 Discussion 35/0 T CLV123 0400PM-0515PM Chidella,Jagannadha S HY
01 book for n/a  177 Section 01 87054 1 Discussion 35/0 R WEBONLINE - Chidella,Jagannadha S HY
02 book for n/a  177 Section 02 87055 1 Discussion 35/0 T CLV135 0530PM-0645PM Chidella,Jagannadha S HY
02 book for n/a  177 Section 02 87055 1 Discussion 35/0 R WEBONLINE - Chidella,Jagannadha S HY

CSC 171 - Software Engr Project Mgmt (3 Units)

Fundamental issues in the management and economics of a software engineering project in the context of the software development lifecycle. Topics include: techniques for project planning (budgeting and scheduling), controlling (including quality assurance and configuration management), organizing, staffing, and directing a software project (leadership and motivation); and contemporary issues in management.

Prerequisite: CSC 131.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  171 Section 01 82946 1 Discussion 30/1 MW RVR1002 0530PM-0645PM Chen,Yu HY
02 book for n/a  171 Section 02 83077 1 Discussion 30/0 MW RVR1002 0700PM-0815PM Chen,Yu HY

CSC 192 - Career Planning (1 Units)

Designed to help students learn more about the labor market and opportunities in the Computer Science field. Students will examine their interests, consider their goals, and learn how to conduct an effective proactive job search. Strategies for long term career growth will be identified.

Prerequisite: CSC 130 and three additional upper-division courses that fulfill major requirements with a C- grade or better (excluding CSC 190-195, CSC 198, and CSC 199).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  192 Section 01 82454 1 Discussion 125/0 F 0100PM-0150PM Rajiyah,Harindra OL

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

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

Prerequisite: DEAF 154 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  164 Section 01 81876 1 Discussion 25/18 M EUR111 1200PM-0150PM Zarchy,Leah Geer HY
01 book for n/a  164 Section 01 81876 1 Discussion 25/18 WEBONLINE - Zarchy,Leah Geer HY

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

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

Prerequisite: DEAF 154 or instructor approval.

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  165 Section 01 82056 1 Seminar 25/9 MW EUR215 0300PM-0415PM Dutra,Nate HY
01 book for n/a  165 Section 01 82056 1 Seminar 25/9 WEBONLINE - Dutra,Nate HY

DEAF 154 - Amer Sign Language 4 (4 Units)

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

Note: Taught in ASL without voice.

Prerequisite: DEAF 53

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  154 Section 01 81910 1 Discussion 25/9 W EUR114 0300PM-0450PM Bennett,Mela T HY
01 book for n/a  154 Section 01 81910 1 Discussion 25/9 WEBONLINE - Bennett,Mela T HY

DEAF 52 - Amer Sign Language 2 (4 Units)

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

Prerequisite: DEAF 51 or equivalent.

Note: Taught in ASL without voice.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   52 Section 01 82168 1 Lecture 25/3 M EUR307G 0900AM-1050AM Hibbard,Evan E FLR,HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a   52 Section 01 82168 1 Lecture 25/3 WEBONLINE - Hibbard,Evan E FLR,HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a   52 Section 02 82169 1 Lecture 25/12 W YSM117 0900AM-1050AM Hibbard,Evan E FLR,HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a   52 Section 02 82169 1 Lecture 25/12 WEBONLINE - Hibbard,Evan E FLR,HUM (C2),HY
03 book for n/a   52 Section 03 82170 1 Lecture 25/2 W LIB126 0900AM-1050AM Bennett,Mela T FLR,HUM (C2),HY
03 book for n/a   52 Section 03 82170 1 Lecture 25/2 WEBONLINE - Bennett,Mela T FLR,HUM (C2),HY
04 book for n/a   52 Section 04 82171 1 Lecture 25/2 W EUR307G 1200PM-0150PM Bennett,Mela T FLR,HUM (C2),HY
04 book for n/a   52 Section 04 82171 1 Lecture 25/2 WEBONLINE - Bennett,Mela T FLR,HUM (C2),HY
05 book for n/a   52 Section 05 82172 1 Lecture 25/2 T EUR413C 0900AM-1050AM Smith,Lauren E FLR,HUM (C2),HY
05 book for n/a   52 Section 05 82172 1 Lecture 25/2 WEBONLINE - Smith,Lauren E FLR,HUM (C2),HY
06 book for n/a   52 Section 06 82173 1 Lecture 25/0 T EUR413C 1100AM-1250PM Smith,Lauren E FLR,HUM (C2),HY
06 book for n/a   52 Section 06 82173 1 Lecture 25/0 WEBONLINE - Smith,Lauren E FLR,HUM (C2),HY
07 book for n/a   52 Section 07 82174 1 Lecture 25/2 R YSM135 1000AM-1150AM Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),HY
07 book for n/a   52 Section 07 82174 1 Lecture 25/2 WEBONLINE - Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),HY
08 book for n/a   52 Section 08 82175 1 Lecture 25/3 R YSM141 1200PM-0150PM Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),HY
08 book for n/a   52 Section 08 82175 1 Lecture 25/3 WEBONLINE - Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),HY
09 book for n/a   52 Section 09 82176 1 Lecture 25/4 R AMD217 0300PM-0450PM Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),HY
09 book for n/a   52 Section 09 82176 1 Lecture 25/4 WEBONLINE - Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),HY
13 book for n/a   52 Section 13 86958 1 Lecture 25/9 R AMD260 0500PM-0650PM Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),HY
13 book for n/a   52 Section 13 86958 1 Lecture 25/9 WEBONLINE - Vicars,Bee FLR,HUM (C2),HY

DEAF 51 - American Sign Language 1 (4 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   51 Section 01 82154 1 Discussion 25/0 T EUR329 0900AM-1050AM Hibbard,Evan E HY
01 book for n/a   51 Section 01 82154 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Hibbard,Evan E HY
07 book for n/a   51 Section 07 82160 1 Discussion 25/0 W MND1020 1000AM-1150AM Grushkin,Donald A HY
07 book for n/a   51 Section 07 82160 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Grushkin,Donald A HY
08 book for n/a   51 Section 08 82161 1 Discussion 25/1 MW EUR209 1200PM-0150PM Dutra,Nate HY
08 book for n/a   51 Section 08 82161 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Dutra,Nate HY
09 book for n/a   51 Section 09 82162 1 Discussion 25/0 M BRH105 0430PM-0620PM Weeks,Patrick HY
09 book for n/a   51 Section 09 82162 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Weeks,Patrick HY
10 book for n/a   51 Section 10 82163 1 Discussion 25/0 M BRH109 0630PM-0820PM Weeks,Patrick HY
10 book for n/a   51 Section 10 82163 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Weeks,Patrick HY
12 book for n/a   51 Section 12 82165 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - DeHaan,Kenneth HY

DNCE 131 - Dance Cultures Of America (3 Units)

Survey course in the appreciation and understanding of dance cultures in America. The relationship of dance to the identity and expression of different cultural groups in the U.S. will be examined. Jazz, modern, and ballet from a multicultural perspective will be the focus of the class.

Note: Non-activity.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  131 Section 02 80598 1 Lecture 45/0 T AMD308 0130PM-0245PM Staff ARTS (C1),HY,OL,RE
02 book for n/a  131 Section 02 80598 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Staff ARTS (C1),HY,OL,RE

DS 101 - Data Analy For Managers (3 Units)

Introductory course in business analytics that focuses on the application of analytics linking data to business decisions.

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
03 book for n/a  101 Section 03 81593 1 Discussion 53/0 WEBONLINE - Araujo Maciel,Fernanda AB386,OL
12 book for n/a  101 Section 12 86109 1 Discussion 53/0 WEBONLINE - Li,Min AB386,OL

ECON 100B - Interm Microecon Theory (3 Units)

Analysis of household and firm behavior as the foundation of supply and demand.

Prerequisite: ECON 1B and MATH 24 or MATH 26A or MATH 30 with a minimum "C" grade.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  100B Section 02 85504 1 Lecture 45/6 T MRP1001 0900AM-1015AM Dube,S HY
02 book for n/a  100B Section 02 85504 1 Lecture 45/6 R WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Dube,S HY

ECON 100A - Interm Macroecon Theory (3 Units)

Analysis of the determinants of the aggregate level of output, income, employment and prices.

Prerequisite: ECON 1A, ECON 1B, and MATH 24 or MATH 26A or MATH 30 with a minimum "C" grade.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  100A Section 03 85672 1 Lecture 45/0 T TAH1025 0130PM-0245PM Zhou,Yan HY
03 book for n/a  100A Section 03 85672 1 Lecture 45/0 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Zhou,Yan HY

ECON 1A - Intro Macroeconomic Analy (3 Units)

Introductory inquiry into the workings and interrelationships of the aggregate economic system. The primary focus is on total production and its distribution, employment and price levels, and the forces influencing them. Other considerations are the roles of government, the monetary sector, and related areas.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a    1A Section 02 85224 1 Lecture 130/0 MW MRP1000 1200PM-1250PM Tadle,Raul GE AREA D,HY
02 book for n/a    1A Section 02 85224 1 Lecture 130/0 F WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Tadle,Raul GE AREA D,HY
03 book for n/a    1A Section 03 85287 1 Lecture 45/0 M ALP138 0300PM-0415PM Thaw,Min Min GE AREA D,HY
03 book for n/a    1A Section 03 85287 1 Lecture 45/0 W WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Thaw,Min Min GE AREA D,HY
05 book for n/a    1A Section 05 85374 1 Lecture 45/0 T AMD217 1030AM-1145AM Zhou,Yan GE AREA D,HY
05 book for n/a    1A Section 05 85374 1 Lecture 45/0 R WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Zhou,Yan GE AREA D,HY
07 book for n/a    1A Section 07 85520 1 Lecture 45/0 T AMD217 0300PM-0415PM Rosario,Brian P GE AREA D,HY
07 book for n/a    1A Section 07 85520 1 Lecture 45/0 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Rosario,Brian P GE AREA D,HY

ECON 190 - International Trade (3 Units)

Analysis of the causes and results of trade among nations. Introduction to modern trade theory is combined with examination of trade instruments and policy analysis.

Prerequisite: ECON 1A, ECON 1B and MATH 24 or MATH 26A or MATH 30 with a minimum "C" grade.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 86229 1 Lecture 48/2 T TAH1025 1200PM-0115PM Dube,S HY
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 86229 1 Lecture 48/2 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Dube,S HY

EDMS 232 - Assessment Lab MS Candidates (2 Units)

Individualized support to guide multiple subject candidates through the process of completing and submitting the culminating Teaching Performance Assessment (TPA) mandated by the program's accrediting body and completion of their electronic program portfolio. The signature assignments, formative TPA assessments and summative TPA Teaching Event represent an electronic portfolio embedded throughout the program. In addition, the candidates will complete an annotated bibliography for readings across the credential program.

Corequisite: EDMS 430B or EDMS 434B or EDSP 420B.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  232 Section 02 82117 1 Laboratory 30/0 T EUR215 0430PM-0720PM Brewer,Robert B HY,Y
02 book for n/a  232 Section 02 82117 1 Laboratory 30/0 WEBONLINE - Brewer,Robert B HY,Y

EDMS 315 - Elem Hist - Soc St Methods (3 Units)

Prepares teacher candidates in multiple subjects to teach the history-social science content standards for California public schools to all students, including English Learners and special needs; to use analytical and critical thinking skills in history and social science; and to integrate history-social science topics, themes, and concepts with other subject areas. Pedagogical topics include the use of timelines, maps, artifacts, case studies, simulations, literature, art, multiple perspectives, SDAIE, cooperative projects, and research activities.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  315 Section 02 82258 1 Activity 25/12 W EUR329 0700PM-0950PM Wagaman,Rachele M HY,Y
02 book for n/a  315 Section 02 82258 1 Activity 25/12 WEBONLINE - Wagaman,Rachele M HY,Y
03 book for n/a  315 Section 03 87119 1 Activity 25/9 R EUR103 0430PM-0720PM Claravall,Eric HY,Y
03 book for n/a  315 Section 03 87119 1 Activity 25/9 WEBONLINE - Claravall,Eric HY,Y

EDMS 317 - Elem VAPA Methods (1 Units)

Prepares candidates in a Multiple Subjects credential program to teach the visual and performing arts content standards for California public schools to all students, including English Learners, and special needs students. Preparation is through interrelated activities with involvement in specific teaching strategies which are effective in achieving the goals of developing artistic perception and creative expression, understanding the cultural and historical origins of the arts, making informed judgments about the arts, and understanding the arts connections and relationships across curriculum.

Prerequisite: Admission to Multiple Subject Teacher Credential Program.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  317 Section 01 81969 1 Activity 160/53 T TBAARR 0400PM-0650PM Garzitto-Michals,Elisa HY,Y
** Meets 09/20/2022 to 09/20/2022 **
01 book for n/a  317 Section 01 81969 1 Activity 160/53 S TBAARR 0900AM-0400PM Garzitto-Michals,Elisa HY,Y
** Meets 09/24/2022 to 09/24/2022 **
01 book for n/a  317 Section 01 81969 1 Activity 160/53 WEBONLINE - Garzitto-Michals,Elisa HY,Y
** Meets 08/29/2022 to 12/09/2022 **

EDMS 242 - Classroom Inquiry (3 Units)

This course is part of the Master of Arts in Teaching with Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Program and builds on the knowledge that students gain in EDMS/EDSS 241. During this course students will complete a literature review of research related to their critical inquiry question. Students will additionally explore the historical and current trends in critical classroom inquiry and consider the implications for schools in diverse settings. Further course activities include developing a Classroom Inquiry Project and submitting the IRB.

Prerequisite: EDMS 241 or EDSS 241.

Cross listed: EDSS 242.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  242 Section 01 82126 1 Discussion 25/0 M EUR315 0500PM-0750PM Norris,Aaminah HY,Y
01 book for n/a  242 Section 01 82126 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Norris,Aaminah HY,Y
02 book for n/a  242 Section 02 82127 1 Discussion 25/0 T EUR112 0430PM-0720PM Hunt,Monica T HY,Y
02 book for n/a  242 Section 02 82127 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Hunt,Monica T HY,Y

EDMS 243 - Data Collection (3 Units)

This course builds students understanding of appropriate types and uses of data in Action Research in multicultural education settings. During this course students will be presented with the sociopolitical contexts for data collection and its subsequent use in educational policy. Students will apply theoretical knowledge by practicing to collect and initially interpreting multiple types of data. These experiences will lay the groundwork for students¿ development and implementation of the data collection plan for their own Classroom Inquiry Projects.

Prerequisite: EDMS 241 or EDSS 241.

Cross listed: EDSS 243.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  243 Section 01 82128 1 Discussion 25/0 W EUR111 0430PM-0720PM Hecsh,Janet I OL
01 book for n/a  243 Section 01 82128 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Hecsh,Janet I OL
02 book for n/a  243 Section 02 82129 1 Discussion 25/0 R EUR223 0430PM-0720PM Ives,Sarah E OL
02 book for n/a  243 Section 02 82129 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Ives,Sarah E OL

EDSP 292 - Tchng EL with Disabilities (3 Units)

Candidates will learn basic principles, strategies and procedures for teaching English Learners with disabilities. Compliance and legal issues related to English Learners identified with disabilities, including writing linguistically appropriate goals and objectives, and implementing culturally responsive strategies will be addressed. Systematic and explicit strategies for accommodating and modifying curricular materials for English Learners with disabilities in inclusive classrooms will be emphasized.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  292 Section 01 81976 1 Discussion 25/0 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Duran,Elva OL,Y
01 book for n/a  292 Section 01 81976 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Duran,Elva OL,Y
02 book for n/a  292 Section 02 86421 1 Discussion 25/1 W EUR112 0400PM-0650PM Claravall,Eric HY,Y
02 book for n/a  292 Section 02 86421 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Claravall,Eric HY,Y

EDSP 220 - Lang and Lit Inclusive I (3 Units)

This course provides candidates with the evidence based principles and systematic and explicit techniques to develop phonological awareness, phonics, concepts about print, oral and written language, and word recognition strategies. Candidates will learn techniques specific to assessing a student in reading and applying the information to assist the student with reading difficulties. Accommodations and modifications for students with mild, moderate, and severe disabilities will be emphasized.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  220 Section 01 82120 1 Discussion 25/0 R WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Duran,Elva OL,Y
01 book for n/a  220 Section 01 82120 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Duran,Elva OL,Y

EDSP 119 - Legal Foundations in Spec Ed (3 Units)

This course provides analysis of historical, philosophical, legal, and ethical foundations of special education and emerging issues in the disability rights/social justice movement to provide free and appropriate education (FAPE) for children and youth with diverse linguistic, cultural, socio-economic, physical, mental, social, emotional characteristics in the least restrictive environment (LRE). Legislation (e.g., IDEA 2004, ESSA, Section 504, ADA) and current legal requirements and best practices in identification, eligibility, assessment, IFSP/IEP/ITP development and implementation, and inclusive educational service delivery are examined.

Prerequisite: EDUC 100A/B 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  119 Section 01 81788 1 Seminar 25/3 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL,Y
01 book for n/a  119 Section 01 81788 1 Seminar 25/3 WEBONLINE - Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL,Y
02 book for n/a  119 Section 02 81935 1 Seminar 25/10 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Chang,Trina OL,Y
02 book for n/a  119 Section 02 81935 1 Seminar 25/10 WEBONLINE - Chang,Trina OL,Y

EDSP 230 - Pos Behav Supp Mild/Mod/Sev (3 Units)

Comprehensive study and application of intervention strategies that enhance the quality of life for students with mild to moderate support needs. Students will learn (a) how to design learning environments that prevent and reduce problem behaviors, (b) learn how to identify and assess problem behavior using functional behavioral assessment methods, (c) learn how to design and implement positive behavioral support interventions which are in compliance with federal IDEA law, and (d) apply behavioral procedures on a systemic, school wide basis.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  230 Section 01 81994 1 Discussion 30/7 W EUR112 0700PM-0950PM Laharty,Michael E
Smith,Kevin A
HY,Y
01 book for n/a  230 Section 01 81994 1 Discussion 30/7 WEBONLINE - Laharty,Michael E
Smith,Kevin A
HY,Y
02 book for n/a  230 Section 02 86419 1 Discussion 30/9 R LIB53 0430PM-0720PM Zomouse,Tara Lorena HY,Y
02 book for n/a  230 Section 02 86419 1 Discussion 30/9 WEBONLINE - Zomouse,Tara Lorena HY,Y

EDSP 231 - Instructional Tech MMSN (2 Units)

Candidates design and enact technology-enhanced instruction by purposefully using three different types of educational technologies: assistive technologies, general instructional technologies, and content-specific instructional technologies. Technology-enhanced instruction and individualized educational programs involve teachers developing technological pedagogical content knowledge that weaves technology, pedagogy, and content expertise. This course provides learning opportunities for an array of applications, tools, and instructional practices.

Prerequisite: Admission to the MAT with Education Specialist Mild to Moderate Support Needs Credential Program.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  231 Section 01 86790 1 Laboratory 20/3 W WEBONLINE 0700PM-0850PM Kwon,Jemma OL,Y
01 book for n/a  231 Section 01 86790 1 Laboratory 20/3 WEBONLINE - Kwon,Jemma OL,Y

EDSP 232 - Initial Seminar: MMSN (1 Units)

A critical reflection framework will be the basis for this course as it presents an overview of the MMSN program. Teacher Performance Expectations (TPE) will be introduced for both general education and special education. Instruction in effective communication, collaboration, problem-solving and conflict resolution will be presented through case studies. The ethics of professionalism for educators will be defined and demonstrated through various modalities.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  232 Section 02 87233 1 Seminar 25/7 T EUR320 0700PM-0850PM Claravall,Eric HY,Y
02 book for n/a  232 Section 02 87233 1 Seminar 25/7 WEBONLINE - Claravall,Eric HY,Y

EDSP 208 - Evid-base Assess Inst Mod/Sev (2 Units)

Students will develop competencies in evidence-based and promising practices in assessment, interventions, and instructional strategies for children and youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and those with mental health concerns and/or dual diagnosis (severe behavior and/or emotional challenges and developmental, intellectual, sensory, and/or motor disabilities) in the natural contexts of general education classrooms, other school settings, home, and community. The course also examines implementing trauma informed/sensitive practices and addressing high risk challenging behaviors, including self-injury, aggression, and health-threatening eating challenges.

Prerequisite: EDSP 119

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  208 Section 01 82097 1 Discussion 30/17 T WEBONLINE 0430PM-0620PM Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL,Y
01 book for n/a  208 Section 01 82097 1 Discussion 30/17 WEBONLINE - Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A OL,Y

EDSP 200 - ECSE Seminar I (1 Units)

This seminar introduces Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) candidates to their fieldwork experiences, technology, and development as an ECSE teacher. Candidates will examine their own teacher identity; identify anti-bias educational practices; analyze and reflect upon models of effective teaching and assessment; and develop technology, reflection, and critical thinking skills to engage in the teaching profession.

Prerequisite: Admission into the Early Childhood Special Education credential program

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  200 Section 01 87255 1 Seminar 30/23 R WEBONLINE 0730PM-0820PM Collado,Cindy L OL
01 book for n/a  200 Section 01 87255 1 Seminar 30/23 WEBONLINE - Collado,Cindy L OL

EDSP 205 - Meth Access Incl Core Curr ESN (3 Units)

The focus of this course will be on the following three areas: 1) the processes for developing modified IEP goals which are based in the general education standards for all core curriculum as well as other individual information; 2) collaboration with general education teachers in the development of participation and support plans for inclusion in the general education classroom; and, 3) instructional strategies and adaptations which will enhance success across curricular areas for students with extensive support needs.

Prerequisite: EDSP 119, EDSP 206, EDSP 235, EDSP 220

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  205 Section 01 87319 1 Discussion 20/15 R WEBONLINE 0400PM-0650PM Gee,Kathleen E OL
01 book for n/a  205 Section 01 87319 1 Discussion 20/15 WEBONLINE - Gee,Kathleen E OL

EDSP 207 - Sec/Post-Sec Meth:Mod/Sv (2 Units)

Students will develop knowledge and skills related to strategies for including students within the middle and high school environment. Students will develop skills in community-based instruction transition planning, in addition to designing outcomes and supports within the general education curriculum. Students will also gain knowledge and skills related to vocational and supported employment, and preparation for work after high school, and how to facilitate a successful transition to post-secondary education, supported living, and supported employment.

Prerequisite: EDSP 119

Corequisite: EDSP 413 or EDSP 414

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  207 Section 01 82099 1 Discussion 20/14 R WEBONLINE 0700PM-0850PM Shepard,Scott OL,Y
01 book for n/a  207 Section 01 82099 1 Discussion 20/14 WEBONLINE - Shepard,Scott OL,Y

EDSP 206 - Collab Program Planning (3 Units)

Students will develop skills in the areas of: family collaboration; school and community collaboration in the context of IEP development and school partnerships; cross-cultural competence; communication; person-centered planning/future planning, partnering with families; transdisciplinary teaming to develop the IEP and the ITP; and facilitating social relationships and friendships as part of the school experience.

Prerequisite: Admittance to Mild/Moderate or Moderate/Severe Credential program or advisor approval

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  206 Section 01 81787 1 Discussion 25/15 W EUR211 0400PM-0650PM Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A HY,Y
01 book for n/a  206 Section 01 81787 1 Discussion 25/15 WEBONLINE - Gonsier-Gerdin,Jean A HY,Y

EDSP 282 - Meth Res Des & Pract Div Chil (3 Units)

This course is the second course in the final research sequence taken by the candidates in the Masters of Arts in Teaching for all three special education fields. The focus of this course is four-fold: 1) deepening candidates' knowledge of methods in both qualitative and quantitative research design intended for action research; 2) development of each candidate¿s action research proposal; 3) preparing for Institutional Review Board (IRB); and 4) completing a draft of chapters 1, 2, and 3.

Prerequisite: EDSP 281

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  282 Section 01 82278 1 Lecture 25/11 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Kwon,Jemma OL
01 book for n/a  282 Section 01 82278 1 Lecture 25/11 WEBONLINE - Kwon,Jemma OL

EDSP 213 - Early Lang & Literacy: ECSE (3 Units)

Course examines theories and historical context of language and literacy development and instruction in young children from infancy through kindergarten with an emphasis on English Learners and children with disabilities. Candidates will learn to create and implement integrated instructional units and lesson plans that teach early literacy through play-based centers, math, science, and the arts while supporting individual students with accommodations and embedded instruction. Candidates examine the role of technology, assistive technology, and authentic assessment to enhance and guide instruction.

Prerequisite: Admittance to the Master of Arts in Teaching with Early Childhood Special Education credential program

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  213 Section 01 87251 1 Lecture 15/8 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Scott,Johana Francis OL
01 book for n/a  213 Section 01 87251 1 Lecture 15/8 WEBONLINE - Scott,Johana Francis OL

EDSP 210 - Assessment In ECSE (3 Units)

Quality practices in early childhood assessment using a range of culturally appropriate tools and techniques, parent-professional-collaboration, transdisciplinary team assessment, assessment reporting and translating results into intervention planning. Participants will demonstrate skills in planning, carrying out and reporting results of assessments/evaluations for eligibility determination, program planning, and monitoring ongoing progress for infants, young children and their families.

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  210 Section 01 82135 1 Discussion 30/24 R WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Collado,Cindy L OL,Y
01 book for n/a  210 Section 01 82135 1 Discussion 30/24 WEBONLINE - Collado,Cindy L OL,Y

EDSS 366 - Advanced Single Subject Semina (3 Units)

First part of a 2-course sequence that provides structured opportunities for student teachers to discuss, analyze, and reflect upon data gathered from their field placements. Attention given to policies, school law, resources, strategies, routines, and activities that contribute to the productive management of the school and classroom as locations for student engagement and learning. Special emphasis will be on English Language Development and students with special needs. Course assignments and activities are integrated with other core courses.

Prerequisite: Admission to the MA in Teaching with Single Subject Teaching Credential Program.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  366 Section 02 87384 1 Seminar 20/20 R EUR104 0430PM-0720PM Brewer,Robert B HY,Y
02 book for n/a  366 Section 02 87384 1 Seminar 20/20 WEBONLINE - Brewer,Robert B HY,Y
04 book for n/a  366 Section 04 87386 1 Seminar 20/20 R EUR315 0430PM-0720PM Benitti,Pete HY,Y
04 book for n/a  366 Section 04 87386 1 Seminar 20/20 WEBONLINE - Benitti,Pete 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
12 book for n/a   21 Section 12 81905 1 Discussion 25/0 MW MRP1012 1030AM-1145AM Camargo,Lorena E,HY
12 book for n/a   21 Section 12 81905 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Camargo,Lorena E,HY
14 book for n/a   21 Section 14 82019 1 Discussion 25/0 M EUR329 1200PM-0115PM Noel,Jana E,HY
14 book for n/a   21 Section 14 82019 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Noel,Jana 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
01 book for n/a   10 Section 01 81877 1 Lecture 30/0 M EUR315 0900AM-1015AM Garzitto-Michals,Elisa A3,HY
01 book for n/a   10 Section 01 81877 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Garzitto-Michals,Elisa A3,HY
03 book for n/a   10 Section 03 81878 1 Lecture 30/0 MW MRP1010 1030AM-1145AM McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
03 book for n/a   10 Section 03 81878 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
05 book for n/a   10 Section 05 81880 1 Lecture 30/0 W EUR112 0900AM-1015AM Garzitto-Michals,Elisa A3,HY
05 book for n/a   10 Section 05 81880 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Garzitto-Michals,Elisa A3,HY
08 book for n/a   10 Section 08 81883 1 Lecture 30/0 T EUR313E 1200PM-0115PM Huang,Hui-Ju A3,HY
08 book for n/a   10 Section 08 81883 1 Lecture 30/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Huang,Hui-Ju A3,HY
16 book for n/a   10 Section 16 81915 1 Lecture 30/0 MW ARC3006 1200PM-0115PM McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
16 book for n/a   10 Section 16 81915 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
17 book for n/a   10 Section 17 81916 1 Lecture 30/0 TR EUR313E 0300PM-0415PM McCurry,Leslie A3,HY
17 book for n/a   10 Section 17 81916 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - McCurry,Leslie 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
07 book for n/a   18 Section 07 82012 1 Lecture 30/0 TR EUR313E 0900AM-1015AM McCurry,Leslie B4,HY
07 book for n/a   18 Section 07 82012 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - McCurry,Leslie B4,HY
08 book for n/a   18 Section 08 82013 1 Lecture 30/0 TR RVR1002 1200PM-0115PM McCurry,Leslie B4,HY
08 book for n/a   18 Section 08 82013 1 Lecture 30/0 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
01 book for n/a  165 Section 01 81816 1 Lecture 30/0 T EUR115 0130PM-0245PM McLaughlin,Nancie Piette GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
01 book for n/a  165 Section 01 81816 1 Lecture 30/0 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM McLaughlin,Nancie Piette GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
08 book for n/a  165 Section 08 81918 1 Lecture 30/0 T BRH204 0900AM-1015AM McLaughlin,Nancie Piette GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
08 book for n/a  165 Section 08 81918 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - McLaughlin,Nancie Piette 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 82124 1 Discussion 30/0 M WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Gutiérrez-Stearn,María HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a  169 Section 01 82124 1 Discussion 30/0 W EUR313E 1030AM-1145AM Gutiérrez-Stearn,María HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a  169 Section 02 82297 1 Discussion 30/0 R EUR329 0130PM-0245PM Gutiérrez-Stearn,María HUM (C2),HY
02 book for n/a  169 Section 02 82297 1 Discussion 30/0 T WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Gutiérrez-Stearn,María HUM (C2),HY

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

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

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 81827 1 Discussion 30/0 M CLV141 1030AM-1145AM Noel,Jana HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
01 book for n/a  121 Section 01 81827 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Noel,Jana HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 81829 1 Discussion 30/0 T EUR104 1200PM-0115PM Bento,Diane HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
03 book for n/a  121 Section 03 81829 1 Discussion 30/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Bento,Diane HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
05 book for n/a  121 Section 05 81831 1 Discussion 30/0 T EUR106 0130PM-0245PM Bento,Diane HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
05 book for n/a  121 Section 05 81831 1 Discussion 30/0 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Bento,Diane HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
13 book for n/a  121 Section 13 82277 1 Discussion 30/0 S EUR309 0900AM-0500PM Raines,Katherine M HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
** Meets 09/10/2022 to 09/10/2022 **
13 book for n/a  121 Section 13 82277 1 Discussion 30/0 S EUR309 0900AM-0500PM Raines,Katherine M HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
** Meets 09/24/2022 to 09/24/2022 **
13 book for n/a  121 Section 13 82277 1 Discussion 30/0 S EUR309 0900AM-0500PM Raines,Katherine M HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
** Meets 10/08/2022 to 10/08/2022 **
13 book for n/a  121 Section 13 82277 1 Discussion 30/0 S EUR309 0900AM-0500PM Raines,Katherine M HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
** Meets 10/29/2022 to 10/29/2022 **
13 book for n/a  121 Section 13 82277 1 Discussion 30/0 S EUR309 0900AM-0500PM Raines,Katherine M HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
** Meets 11/19/2022 to 11/19/2022 **
13 book for n/a  121 Section 13 82277 1 Discussion 30/0 S EUR309 0900AM-0500PM Raines,Katherine M HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
** Meets 12/03/2022 to 12/03/2022 **
14 book for n/a  121 Section 14 82412 1 Discussion 30/0 T EUR309 0300PM-0415PM Noel,Jana HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI
14 book for n/a  121 Section 14 82412 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Noel,Jana HUM (C2),HY,RE,WI

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 settings for students birth to age 22 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 81906 1 Independent Study 50/1 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd OL,Y
02 book for n/a  100B Section 02 81907 1 Independent Study 35/0 WEBONLINE - Bawardi Shomar,Lourd OL,Y
03 book for n/a  100B Section 03 81908 1 Independent Study 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cho,EunMi OL,Y
04 book for n/a  100B Section 04 81909 1 Independent Study 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cho,EunMi OL,Y
05 book for n/a  100B Section 05 82105 1 Independent Study 30/0 WEBONLINE - Sullivan,Lisa OL,Y
06 book for n/a  100B Section 06 86939 1 Activity 30/0 WEBONLINE - Sullivan,Lisa OL,Y

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

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

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 81888 1 Lecture 35/0 WEBONLINE - Gardner,Paula OL,Y
03 book for n/a  100A Section 03 81889 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cho,EunMi OL,Y
04 book for n/a  100A Section 04 81890 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Cho,EunMi OL,Y
05 book for n/a  100A Section 05 82104 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Kwon,Jemma OL,Y
06 book for n/a  100A Section 06 86937 1 Lecture 30/0 WEBONLINE - Kwon,Jemma OL,Y

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.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  170 Section 01 81891 1 Discussion 30/18 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Boosalis,Chris Nicholas OL,Y
01 book for n/a  170 Section 01 81891 1 Discussion 30/18 WEBONLINE - Boosalis,Chris Nicholas OL,Y
03 book for n/a  170 Section 03 81893 1 Discussion 30/17 T WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Boosalis,Chris Nicholas OL,Y
03 book for n/a  170 Section 03 81893 1 Discussion 30/17 WEBONLINE - Boosalis,Chris Nicholas OL,Y
09 book for n/a  170 Section 09 82014 1 Discussion 30/0 F WEBONLINE 0900AM-1150AM Bueno Holle,Juan OL,Y
09 book for n/a  170 Section 09 82014 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Bueno Holle,Juan OL,Y
10 book for n/a  170 Section 10 82181 1 Discussion 30/17 W WEBONLINE 0430PM-0720PM Boosalis,Chris Nicholas OL,Y
10 book for n/a  170 Section 10 82181 1 Discussion 30/17 WEBONLINE - Boosalis,Chris Nicholas OL,Y

EDUC 175A - Pedagogy Bil Ed Spanish MS (3 Units)

This course is designed to provide opportunities to practice Spanish language for academic and instructional purposes. Students will explore topics in bilingual/biliteracy development, language varieties use in Spanish, issues of power and language in U.S. society, academic language use, advocacy for bilingual students, and engagement with bilingual families. In addition, students also will examine theoretical and pedagogical issues in bilingual education, learn how to apply bilingual teaching and assessment methods, analyze preK-6th grade bilingual language use, and evaluate Spanish language curriculum.

Prerequisite: Spanish fluency/literacy required.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  175A Section 01 87377 1 Lecture 30/13 M EUR211 0430PM-0720PM Loeza,Porfirio M HY,Y
01 book for n/a  175A Section 01 87377 1 Lecture 30/13 WEBONLINE - Loeza,Porfirio M HY,Y

EEE 122 - Applied Digital Signal Process (3 Units)

Application of digital signal processing to biomedical signals. Origin and characteristics of biomedical signals and contaminations. Preparation of biomedical signals for processing, including sensors, amplification, filtering, sampling, and quantization. Time-domain processing, including peak and zero-crossing detection, time interval measurement, peak height, and moving average estimates of mean and root mean square value. Frequency domain processing, including filtering to separate biomedical signal components and spectrum estimation. Joint time-frequency analysis.

Prerequisite: EEE 117, EEE 180.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  122 Section 01 86770 1 Discussion 25/9 M RVR1006 1100AM-1150AM Najafi,Zahra HY
01 book for n/a  122 Section 01 86770 1 Discussion 25/9 WF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Najafi,Zahra HY

EEE 161 - Applied Electromagnetics (0 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. Smith Chart, matching problems. Lecture three hours, lab three hours.

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  161 Section 03 82735 1 Laboratory 18/1 M RVR3009 0600PM-0840PM Cloninger,Anna Rose HY
04 book for n/a  161 Section 04 82736 1 Laboratory 18/0 M RVR3009 0250PM-0530PM Rucker,Donald L HY
05 book for n/a  161 Section 05 82737 1 Laboratory 18/0 T RVR5017 0300PM-0540PM Rucker,Donald L HY
05 book for n/a  161 Section 05 82737 1 Laboratory 18/0 T WEBONLINE 0300PM-0540PM Rucker,Donald L HY

EEE 183 - Digital+Wirless Communctn (3 Units)

Review of fundamentals, probability, information, distortion by channel, sampling, pulse code modulation, companding, link power calculation, noise figure, pseudo noise. Matched filter detection of binary signals, bit error rate, inter-symbol interference, zero-forcing equalizers. Effects of additive white Gaussian noise in pulse code modulation, spread spectrum in multiple access, cellular radio and other wireless applications. Procedure for making design trade offs will be discussed.

Prerequisite: EEE 161, EEE 180; EEE 185 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  183 Section 01 82784 1 Discussion 25/2 T RVR1006 0130PM-0245PM Kumar,Preetham B HY
01 book for n/a  183 Section 01 82784 1 Discussion 25/2 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Kumar,Preetham B 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 83046 1 Discussion 31/2 MWF BRH203 1100AM-1150AM Moghadam,Rohollah HY
01 book for n/a  184 Section 01 83046 1 Discussion 31/2 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Moghadam,Rohollah 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
01 book for n/a  185 Section 01 82470 1 Discussion 35/12 M EUR113 1100AM-1150AM Kumar,Preetham B HY
01 book for n/a  185 Section 01 82470 1 Discussion 35/12 WF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Kumar,Preetham B HY

EEE 130 - Electromechanical Conversion (3 Units)

Magnetic circuits and principles of electromechanical energy conversion, Transformers, Rotating Magnetic Fields, Asynchronous AC machines, Synchronous AC machines, DC machines, Introduction to special machines, Introduction to power electronic drives.

Prerequisite: EEE 117 and EEE 161

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  130 Section 01 86675 1 Discussion 30/0 TR RVR1006 1030AM-1145AM Yazdani,Atousa HY
01 book for n/a  130 Section 01 86675 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Yazdani,Atousa HY
02 book for n/a  130 Section 02 86947 1 Discussion 30/18 M WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Khanabadi,Mojtaba HY
02 book for n/a  130 Section 02 86947 1 Discussion 30/18 W RVR1006 0600PM-0715PM Khanabadi,Mojtaba HY

EEE 260 - Stat Theory Of Communcatn (3 Units)

Review of Fourier analysis and theory of probability, random processes, optimum filtering, performance of analog and digital communication systems in the presence of noise, system optimization.

Prerequisite: EEE 185.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  260 Section 01 83040 1 Seminar 15/6 T RVR1006 0300PM-0415PM Eltayeb,Mohammed HY
01 book for n/a  260 Section 01 83040 1 Seminar 15/6 R WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Eltayeb,Mohammed HY

EEE 262 - Wireless Communicatn Sys (3 Units)

Wireless communication techniques, systems and standards. Topics include cellular systems, RF transmission and analog/digital modulation techniques. Modern techniques such as multiple access and spread spectrum systems. Channel coding and diversity will also be included.

Prerequisite: EEE 185 or instructor permission.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  262 Section 01 83041 1 Seminar 12/3 T 0130PM-0245PM Kumar,Preetham B HY
01 book for n/a  262 Section 01 83041 1 Seminar 12/3 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Kumar,Preetham B 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
03 book for n/a  174 Section 03 82503 1 Laboratory 20/1 R RVR3009 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY
03 book for n/a  174 Section 03 82503 1 Laboratory 20/1 R WEBONLINE 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY
06 book for n/a  174 Section 06 87564 1 Laboratory 5/0 M RVR3005 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick HY
06 book for n/a  174 Section 06 87564 1 Laboratory 5/0 M WEBONLINE 0630PM-0910PM Kennedy,Sean Patrick 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 82605 1 Discussion 37/8 TR EUR113 0300PM-0415PM Haynie,Carl HY

EEE 250 - Modern Pwr Transmission Sys (3 Units)

Characteristics of modern power transmission systems, Transmission line parameters, Steady-state, Dynamic and Transient behavior of AC/DC transmission systems, Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS), High-Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) systems, Analysis of faulted transmission systems and AC/DC hybrid grids.

Prerequisite: EEE 142 or equivalent.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  250 Section 01 86710 1 Seminar 15/6 T ARC1015 0130PM-0245PM Zarghami,Mahyar HY
01 book for n/a  250 Section 01 86710 1 Seminar 15/6 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Zarghami,Mahyar HY

EEE 145 - Pwr Sys Relay Protection & Lab (4 Units)

Principles of protective relaying (classical and modern), current and voltage transformers, setting and testing or relaying elements, including differential, impedance, over/under current, voltage, and frequency relay types and/or elements, and their applications in protection of power system elements, including lines, generators, transformers, motors, and buses.

Lecture 3 hours; laboratory 3 hours.

Prerequisite: EEE 141

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  145 Section 02 86856 1 Laboratory 10/1 T SCL1108 1000AM-1240PM Toups,Tracy HY
02 book for n/a  145 Section 02 86856 1 Laboratory 10/1 T WEBONLINE 1000AM-1240PM Toups,Tracy HY
03 book for n/a  145 Section 03 86857 1 Laboratory 10/0 T SCL1108 0200PM-0440PM Toups,Tracy HY
03 book for n/a  145 Section 03 86857 1 Laboratory 10/0 T WEBONLINE 0200PM-0440PM Toups,Tracy HY
04 book for n/a  145 Section 04 86858 1 Laboratory 10/1 W SCL1108 0200PM-0440PM Toups,Tracy HY
04 book for n/a  145 Section 04 86858 1 Laboratory 10/1 W WEBONLINE 0200PM-0440PM Toups,Tracy HY

EEE 142 - Power System Analysis II (3 Units)

Transmission line parameters and modeling, power flow analysis, analysis of power systems under faulted conditions, introduction to economic operation of power systems, introduction to power system stability and control.

Prerequisite: EEE 141, EEE 161, 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 86747 1 Discussion 30/2 M WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Khanabadi,Mojtaba HY
01 book for n/a  142 Section 01 86747 1 Discussion 30/2 W ARC1014 0430PM-0545PM Khanabadi,Mojtaba 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 83095 1 Seminar 25/7 M RVR1006 0300PM-0350PM Kumar,Preetham B HY,WI
01 book for n/a  201 Section 01 83095 1 Seminar 25/7 M WEBONLINE 0300PM-0350PM Kumar,Preetham B HY,WI
02 book for n/a  201 Section 02 83129 1 Laboratory 25/7 W RVR3001 0200PM-0440PM Kumar,Preetham B HY,WI
02 book for n/a  201 Section 02 83129 1 Laboratory 25/7 W WEBONLINE 0200PM-0440PM Kumar,Preetham B HY,WI

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
02 book for n/a   64 Section 02 82714 1 Laboratory 11/0 W RVR3005 0600PM-0840PM Wekanda,Samuel E,HY
04 book for n/a   64 Section 04 82783 1 Laboratory 11/9 F RVR3005 0600PM-0840PM Wekanda,Samuel E,HY

ENGL 10 - Academic Literacies I (3 Units)

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

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   10 Section 01 80448 1 Discussion 22/0 MW MND1028 1200PM-0115PM Valle,Gloria C HY
01 book for n/a   10 Section 01 80448 1 Discussion 22/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Staff HY
04 book for n/a   10 Section 04 80460 1 Discussion 22/0 MW MND1028 0130PM-0245PM Anderson,Amy HY
04 book for n/a   10 Section 04 80460 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
06 book for n/a   10 Section 06 80449 1 Discussion 22/0 M YSM133 0130PM-0245PM Heckathorn,Amy C HY
06 book for n/a   10 Section 06 80449 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Heckathorn,Amy C HY
07 book for n/a   10 Section 07 80928 1 Discussion 22/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Hake,Patricia L OL
08 book for n/a   10 Section 08 80812 1 Discussion 22/0 MW MND1028 0300PM-0415PM Anderson,Amy HY
08 book for n/a   10 Section 08 80812 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
10 book for n/a   10 Section 10 81200 1 Discussion 22/0 MW WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Valle,Gloria C OL
13 book for n/a   10 Section 13 80446 1 Discussion 22/0 M MND4007 0900AM-0950AM Heckathorn,Amy C HY
13 book for n/a   10 Section 13 80446 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Heckathorn,Amy C HY
14 book for n/a   10 Section 14 80413 1 Discussion 22/0 MWF MND1028 0900AM-0950AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY
14 book for n/a   10 Section 14 80413 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
15 book for n/a   10 Section 15 80945 1 Discussion 22/0 M MND1028 1000AM-1050AM Heckathorn,Amy C HY
15 book for n/a   10 Section 15 80945 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Heckathorn,Amy C HY
16 book for n/a   10 Section 16 80414 1 Discussion 22/0 MWF MND4007 1000AM-1050AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY
16 book for n/a   10 Section 16 80414 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
18 book for n/a   10 Section 18 80456 1 Discussion 22/0 M MND1028 1100AM-1150AM Heckathorn,Amy C HY
18 book for n/a   10 Section 18 80456 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Heckathorn,Amy C HY
22 book for n/a   10 Section 22 80620 1 Discussion 22/0 TR MND4007 0730AM-0845AM McNeal,Nicole M HY
22 book for n/a   10 Section 22 80620 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
24 book for n/a   10 Section 24 80458 1 Discussion 22/0 TR MND4007 0900AM-1015AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY
24 book for n/a   10 Section 24 80458 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
28 book for n/a   10 Section 28 80457 1 Discussion 22/0 TR YSM133 1030AM-1145AM Trimble,Jeremy M HY
28 book for n/a   10 Section 28 80457 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
36 book for n/a   10 Section 36 80946 1 Discussion 22/0 TR MND4007 0430PM-0545PM McNeal,Nicole M HY
36 book for n/a   10 Section 36 80946 1 Discussion 22/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

ENGL 116B - Childrens Lit Classics (3 Units)

Introduction to the rich profusion of children's literature from a variety of cultures and countries and provides the opportunity to respond to this literature creatively and personally. Students will become familiar with the basic terminology of literary analysis -- themes, irony, point-of-view, etc.-- in order to deepen and enrich their experiences with the fiction, drama, and poetry available to young people. The readings are balanced for gender, culture, and ethnic concerns.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of at least 60 units (junior standing).

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  116B Section 01 80963 1 Discussion 35/0 MW DH206 1200PM-0115PM Anderson,Amy HY
01 book for n/a  116B Section 01 80963 1 Discussion 35/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
02 book for n/a  116B Section 02 80962 1 Discussion 35/0 TR DH206 0130PM-0245PM Cordova,Teresa A HY
02 book for n/a  116B Section 02 80962 1 Discussion 35/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

ENGL 110P - Second Lang Learn+Teach (3 Units)

Surveys the major issues involved in the acquisition of second languages and in teaching second language (L2) students. Topics covered include differences between first and second language acquisition, including age, biology, cognitive styles, personality, sociocultural factors, and linguistic variables; in addition, various models, techniques and approaches to L2 teaching are covered. Special attention is given to the unique demographics and characteristics of language minority students in California's public schools.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  110P Section 01 80136 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Kurzer,Kendon C AB386,OL
02 book for n/a  110P Section 02 80289 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Kurzer,Kendon C AB386,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
03 book for n/a    5 Section 03 81001 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn A2,OL
04 book for n/a    5 Section 04 80521 1 Discussion 25/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Dobson,Mona A2,OL
07 book for n/a    5 Section 07 81000 1 Discussion 25/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Dobson,Mona A2,OL
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 80713 1 Discussion 25/0 MW DH214 0300PM-0415PM Iverson,Janet Lopez A2,HY
08 book for n/a    5 Section 08 80713 1 Discussion 25/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Staff A2,HY
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 80512 1 Discussion 25/1 MWF DH111 0800AM-0850AM Mitchell,Rebecca L A2,HY
09 book for n/a    5 Section 09 80512 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Staff A2,HY
13 book for n/a    5 Section 13 80514 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Schilling,Jason A2,OL
16 book for n/a    5 Section 16 80518 1 Discussion 25/0 MWF DH111 1000AM-1050AM Harper,Lisa M A2,HY
16 book for n/a    5 Section 16 80518 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Staff A2,HY
19 book for n/a    5 Section 19 80806 1 Discussion 25/0 TR DH111 0730AM-0845AM Levy,Karen A2,HY
19 book for n/a    5 Section 19 80806 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0730AM-0845AM Staff A2,HY
22 book for n/a    5 Section 22 80523 1 Discussion 25/0 TR DH111 0900AM-1015AM Harper,Lisa M A2,HY
22 book for n/a    5 Section 22 80523 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Staff A2,HY
23 book for n/a    5 Section 23 80524 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Schilling,Jason A2,OL
25 book for n/a    5 Section 25 80746 1 Discussion 25/0 T CLV134 0900AM-1015AM Morales,Sylvia E A2,HY
25 book for n/a    5 Section 25 80746 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Morales,Sylvia E A2,HY
27 book for n/a    5 Section 27 80557 1 Discussion 25/0 MW DH206 0430PM-0545PM Iverson,Janet Lopez A2,HY
27 book for n/a    5 Section 27 80557 1 Discussion 25/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Staff A2,HY
28 book for n/a    5 Section 28 80747 1 Discussion 25/0 T DH214 1030AM-1145AM Morales,Sylvia E A2,HY
28 book for n/a    5 Section 28 80747 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Morales,Sylvia E A2,HY
29 book for n/a    5 Section 29 80537 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Dobson,Mona A2,OL
32 book for n/a    5 Section 32 80540 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Morales,Sylvia E A2,OL
34 book for n/a    5 Section 34 81005 1 Discussion 25/0 TR DH109 0300PM-0415PM Anderson,Amy A2,HY
34 book for n/a    5 Section 34 81005 1 Discussion 25/0 WEBONLINE - Staff A2,HY
35 book for n/a    5 Section 35 80748 1 Discussion 25/1 TR DH111 0430PM-0545PM Anderson,Amy A2,HY
35 book for n/a    5 Section 35 80748 1 Discussion 25/1 WEBONLINE - Staff A2,HY

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 81137 1 Discussion 35/0 M MRP1010 0300PM-0415PM Fanetti,Susan HY
01 book for n/a  125A Section 01 81137 1 Discussion 35/0 WEBONLINE - Fanetti,Susan HY

ENGL 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, as well as explore gerontological concepts needed to respond to demographic changes in today's world.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   21 Section 01 81399 1 Discussion 30/15 TR YSM133 0300PM-0415PM McNeal,Nicole M E,HY
01 book for n/a   21 Section 01 81399 1 Discussion 30/15 WEBONLINE - Staff E,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 80112 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Schilling,Jason AB386,OL
02 book for n/a   20 Section 02 80109 1 Discussion 30/0 MW DH106 1200PM-0115PM Cordova,Teresa A HY
02 book for n/a   20 Section 02 80109 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a   20 Section 03 80114 1 Discussion 30/0 MW CLV134 0130PM-0245PM Cordova,Teresa A HY
03 book for n/a   20 Section 03 80114 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
04 book for n/a   20 Section 04 81113 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Schilling,Jason AB386,OL
05 book for n/a   20 Section 05 80110 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Schilling,Jason AB386,OL
06 book for n/a   20 Section 06 80115 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Liu,Hsiang AB386,OL
07 book for n/a   20 Section 07 81112 1 Discussion 30/0 MW DH109 0430PM-0545PM Valle,Gloria C HY
07 book for n/a   20 Section 07 81112 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Staff HY
09 book for n/a   20 Section 09 80119 1 Discussion 30/1 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Overby,Blair F AB386,OL
11 book for n/a   20 Section 11 80117 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Hake,Patricia L AB386,OL
12 book for n/a   20 Section 12 80108 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF CLV135 0800AM-0850AM Levy,Karen HY
12 book for n/a   20 Section 12 80108 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Staff HY
14 book for n/a   20 Section 14 80989 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0800AM-0850AM Hake,Patricia L AB386,OL
16 book for n/a   20 Section 16 80986 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF CLV135 0900AM-0950AM Overby,Blair F HY
16 book for n/a   20 Section 16 80986 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Staff HY
18 book for n/a   20 Section 18 80101 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn AB386,OL
22 book for n/a   20 Section 22 80105 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Linville,Cynthia A AB386,OL
23 book for n/a   20 Section 23 80102 1 Discussion 30/1 MWF DH206 1000AM-1050AM Levy,Karen HY
23 book for n/a   20 Section 23 80102 1 Discussion 30/1 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Staff HY
25 book for n/a   20 Section 25 80453 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Linville,Cynthia A AB386,OL
26 book for n/a   20 Section 26 80107 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Linville,Cynthia A AB386,OL
27 book for n/a   20 Section 27 81192 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Cuckovich,Jessica Lynn AB386,OL
28 book for n/a   20 Section 28 80111 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF CLV134 1100AM-1150AM Harper,Lisa M HY
28 book for n/a   20 Section 28 80111 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Harper,Lisa M HY
29 book for n/a   20 Section 29 80544 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Hake,Patricia L AB386,OL
30 book for n/a   20 Section 30 80821 1 Discussion 30/7 MWF DH106 1100AM-1150AM Levy,Karen HY
30 book for n/a   20 Section 30 80821 1 Discussion 30/7 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Staff HY
31 book for n/a   20 Section 31 80316 1 Discussion 30/2 TR CLV135 0730AM-0845AM Harper,Lisa M HY
31 book for n/a   20 Section 31 80316 1 Discussion 30/2 WEBONLINE - Harper,Lisa M HY
34 book for n/a   20 Section 34 80461 1 Discussion 30/1 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Laporte,Carrie AB386,OL
35 book for n/a   20 Section 35 80106 1 Discussion 30/0 TR DH106 0900AM-1015AM Iverson,Janet Lopez HY
35 book for n/a   20 Section 35 80106 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Iverson,Janet Lopez HY
36 book for n/a   20 Section 36 80366 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Laporte,Carrie AB386,OL
37 book for n/a   20 Section 37 80419 1 Discussion 30/0 TR CLV135 1030AM-1145AM Levy,Karen HY
37 book for n/a   20 Section 37 80419 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Staff HY
38 book for n/a   20 Section 38 81196 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Dobson,Mona AB386,OL
40 book for n/a   20 Section 40 80422 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Laporte,Carrie AB386,OL
43 book for n/a   20 Section 43 80600 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Laporte,Carrie AB386,OL
44 book for n/a   20 Section 44 80545 1 Discussion 30/0 T CLV135 0130PM-0245PM Pickrel,Carolyn HY
44 book for n/a   20 Section 44 80545 1 Discussion 30/0 R WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Pickrel,Carolyn HY
46 book for n/a   20 Section 46 80603 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Liu,Hsiang AB386,OL
47 book for n/a   20 Section 47 80611 1 Discussion 30/1 TR DH108 0300PM-0415PM Cordova,Teresa A HY
47 book for n/a   20 Section 47 80611 1 Discussion 30/1 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
48 book for n/a   20 Section 48 80735 1 Discussion 30/1 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Hake,Patricia L AB386,OL
50 book for n/a   20 Section 50 80630 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Valle,Gloria C AB386,OL
52 book for n/a   20 Section 52 80631 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Linville,Cynthia A AB386,OL
53 book for n/a   20 Section 53 81197 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Linville,Cynthia A AB386,OL
55 book for n/a   20 Section 55 86597 1 Discussion 30/8 TR DH214 0600PM-0715PM Iverson,Janet Lopez HY
55 book for n/a   20 Section 55 86597 1 Discussion 30/8 TR TBAARR - Staff HY
57 book for n/a   20 Section 57 86599 1 Discussion 30/1 MW DH214 0600PM-0715PM Iverson,Janet Lopez HY
57 book for n/a   20 Section 57 86599 1 Discussion 30/1 MW WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Staff HY

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

Student-centered group tutorial which offers supplemental instruction in elements of academic writing taught in writing-intensive upper-division courses. It provides support to students concurrently enrolled in writing-intensive upper-division courses throughout the writing process, including drafting, revising, and editing.

Prerequisite: Completion of Writing Placement for Juniors.

Corequisite: Writing-Intensive upper-division course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
08 book for n/a  109X Section 08 80368 1 Activity 15/11 T MND4005 0300PM-0350PM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise HY
08 book for n/a  109X Section 08 80368 1 Activity 15/11 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
09 book for n/a  109X Section 09 80392 1 Activity 15/10 T MND4005 0100PM-0150PM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise HY
09 book for n/a  109X Section 09 80392 1 Activity 15/10 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
10 book for n/a  109X Section 10 80412 1 Activity 15/10 R MND4005 1000AM-1050AM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise HY
10 book for n/a  109X Section 10 80412 1 Activity 15/10 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

ENGL 109W - Writing for GWAR Placement (3 Units)

Provides intensive practice in prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing academic writing. Students research, analyze, reflect on, and write about the kinds of writing produced in academic disciplines. Students produce a considerable amount of writing such as informal reading responses, rhetorical analyses, and an extended academic research project. Students will submit their writing late in the semester in a Portfolio, from which they will receive a Writing Placement for Juniors Score.

Prerequisite: English 20 with a C- grade or better.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  109W Section 01 80328 1 Lecture 28/0 TR DH214 0300PM-0415PM Overby,Blair F HY
01 book for n/a  109W Section 01 80328 1 Lecture 28/0 TR WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Staff HY
02 book for n/a  109W Section 02 80329 1 Lecture 28/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Hsiang AB386,OL
03 book for n/a  109W Section 03 80330 1 Lecture 28/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Huber,Doris AB386,OL
04 book for n/a  109W Section 04 80535 1 Lecture 28/0 MW DH214 0130PM-0245PM Overby,Blair F HY
04 book for n/a  109W Section 04 80535 1 Lecture 28/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Staff HY
05 book for n/a  109W Section 05 80731 1 Lecture 28/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Hsiang AB386,OL

ENGL 109M - Writing for GWAR Plcmt-Multi (3 Units)

Provides intensive practice for multilingual writers in prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing academic writing. Students work with a TESOL-trained instructor to research, analyze, reflect on, and write about the kinds of writing produced in academic disciplines. Students produce a considerable amount of writing such as informal reading responses, rhetorical analyses, and an extended academic research project. Students will submit their writing late in the semester in a Portfolio, from which they will receive a Writing Placement for Juniors.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 with at least a C- grade or better.

Note: This course has the same learning outcomes as English 109W Preparing to Write in the Disciplines, but it is taught by an instructor trained to work with multilingual writers.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  109M Section 02 80445 1 Lecture 28/0 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Liu,Hsiang AB386,OL

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
05 book for n/a  198X Section 05 86634 1 Activity 15/0 WEBONLINE - Fanetti,Susan OL
06 book for n/a  198X Section 06 86635 1 Activity 15/15 WEBONLINE - Staff 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
01 book for n/a  198T Section 01 86784 1 Seminar 23/0 M DH108 1200PM-0115PM Cope,Jonas HY
01 book for n/a  198T Section 01 86784 1 Seminar 23/0 W WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Cope,Jonas HY
02 book for n/a  198T Section 02 86787 1 Seminar 23/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Lupo,Christine M AB386,OL

ENGL 120P - Professional Writing (4 Units)

Teaches students the most common professional writing genres used in career fields ranging from business to public relations to nonprofit management. Focuses on how business or technical communication is different from academic styles and introduces students to the current writing challenges and practices in these fields. Students will gain instruction and practice composing various essential writing formats, such as memos, reports, and feasibility studies.

Prerequisite: ENGL 20 or ENGL 120A. 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
1 book for n/a  120P Section 1 81136 1 Discussion 30/0 W MND2003 0600PM-0715PM Laflen,Angela M HY,WI
1 book for n/a  120P Section 1 81136 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Laflen,Angela M HY,WI

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 81125 1 Discussion 30/0 WEBONLINE - Lupo,Christine M AB386,OL
02 book for n/a  120A Section 02 86782 1 Discussion 30/3 M DH109 0600PM-0715PM Cope,Jonas HY
02 book for n/a  120A Section 02 86782 1 Discussion 30/3 W WEBONLINE 0600PM-0715PM Cope,Jonas HY
03 book for n/a  120A Section 03 86840 1 Discussion 30/0 TR MND2009 0130PM-0245PM Hancock,Sarah HY
03 book for n/a  120A Section 03 86840 1 Discussion 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Lee,Hellen HY

ENGL 200A - Methods+Matrls Lit Rsrch (4 Units)

Required of all MA candidates in English under Plans A and C and Creative Writing Plan B, acquaints students with principal sources and techniques of literary research. It also introduces students to contemporary critical approaches to literature. Students should take this course as early as possible in their graduate careers, preferably in the first semester. Students prepare an annotated bibliography and a paper employing a particular critical approach to one of a selection of anchor texts.

Note: Graduate Writing Intensive (GWI) course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  200A Section 01 81129 1 Seminar 16/0 M MND4007 0600PM-0715PM Fanetti,Susan GWI,HY
01 book for n/a  200A Section 01 81129 1 Seminar 16/0 WEBONLINE - Fanetti,Susan GWI,HY

ENGL 30C - Intro To Writing Poetry (4 Units)

Designed for lower division students who have little or no experience writing poetry. Students will write approximately twelve poems in a variety of forms and receive instruction and practice in the workshop method. In addition, they study the basic elements of poetic craft: rhythm, enjambment, basic figures of speech, etc., and how to use them effectively in their own poetry.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   30C Section 01 81183 1 Discussion 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM McKinney,Joshua AB386,OL

ENGL 60 - Active Reading (2 Units)

Students will learn strategies and techniques to promote the social, personal, cognitive, and knowledge-building dimensions of reading. Students will learn new approaches to improve their engagement, comprehension, and analytical skills with a variety of genres in order to practice reading in more skillful ways.

Note: May be repeated for credit.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   60 Section 01 87190 1 Discussion 25/18 T EUR111 1100AM-1150AM Shadden,Ann HY
01 book for n/a   60 Section 01 87190 1 Discussion 25/18 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
03 book for n/a   60 Section 03 87192 1 Discussion 25/23 R ARC3004 1100AM-1150AM Shadden,Ann HY
03 book for n/a   60 Section 03 87192 1 Discussion 25/23 WEBONLINE - Staff HY
05 book for n/a   60 Section 05 87194 1 Discussion 25/18 R MND2032 1200PM-1250PM Shadden,Ann HY
05 book for n/a   60 Section 05 87194 1 Discussion 25/18 WEBONLINE - Staff HY

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 80507 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Ghosal,Torsa AB386,HUM (C2),OL

ENGL 180A - Forms African-Am Poetry (4 Units)

Focuses on four or more African-American poets, 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  180A Section 01 86786 1 Lecture 30/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Lupo,Christine M AB386,OL,WI

ENGL 140I - British Romanticism (4 Units)

Examines British literature and culture during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Topics may include war and revolution, tourism and the picturesque, genius and imagination, the Gothic, Romanic orientalism and literature and the environment. Writers covered may include Smith, Blake, Wollstonecraft, the Wordsworths, Scott, Coleridge, Austen, de Quincey, Byron, the Shelleys, Hemans and Keats.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  140I Section 01 86783 1 Lecture 40/0 M CPS327 0300PM-0415PM Cope,Jonas HY
01 book for n/a  140I Section 01 86783 1 Lecture 40/0 W WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Cope,Jonas 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 80970 1 Activity 15/5 M AMD362 1200PM-1250PM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise HY
03 book for n/a    1X Section 03 80974 1 Activity 15/5 T MND4005 0800AM-0850AM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise HY
05 book for n/a    1X Section 05 80971 1 Activity 15/7 W YSM117 0300PM-0350PM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise HY
07 book for n/a    1X Section 07 81480 1 Activity 15/9 R MND4005 0100PM-0150PM Rasmussen,Courtney Denise HY

ENGL 130D - Meter+Rhythm (4 Units)

Offers an in-depth study of prosody including the principles of meter (line measurement) and scansion (the marking of stressed syllables to determine meter and rhythm), as well as examining the relationship of these principles to verse in English. Examines a variety of poetic schemes, tropes, and forms. Three hours, lecture and guided practice.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  130D Section 01 81146 1 Lecture 30/0 MWF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM McKinney,Joshua AB386,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
01 book for n/a   20M Section 01 80129 1 Discussion 30/11 MWF DH108 1100AM-1150AM Overby,Blair F HY
01 book for n/a   20M Section 01 80129 1 Discussion 30/11 MWF WEBONLINE 1100AM-1150AM Staff HY
02 book for n/a   20M Section 02 80130 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Laporte,Carrie AB386,OL
03 book for n/a   20M Section 03 80541 1 Discussion 30/1 T DH108 1030AM-1145AM Pickrel,Carolyn HY
03 book for n/a   20M Section 03 80541 1 Discussion 30/1 R WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Pickrel,Carolyn HY
04 book for n/a   20M Section 04 80542 1 Discussion 30/1 TR DH108 1200PM-0115PM Cordova,Teresa A HY
04 book for n/a   20M Section 04 80542 1 Discussion 30/1 WEBONLINE - Staff 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
07 book for n/a    5M Section 07 81004 1 Discussion 25/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Dobson,Mona A2,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
02 book for n/a   50A Section 02 86951 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Fanetti,Susan AB386,HUM (C2),OL

ENGL 150G - Contempr Am Poetry,1950-P (4 Units)

Examines the richness of American poetry since World War II giving some consideration to the impact of recent world poetry brought to us by our skillful poet/translators.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  150G Section 01 86163 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM McKinney,Joshua AB386,OL

ENGR 140 - Engineering Economics (2 Units)

Evaluation of economic consequences of engineering design proposals on projects. Emphasis on marginal or incremental economic analysis using Net Present Value, Annual Equivalence, Rate of Return and Benefit-Cost methods including multiple alternatives, taxes, uncertainty, inflation, organizational constraints and money market factors.

Prerequisite: ENGR 17 or ENGR 30

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  140 Section 03 82707 1 Discussion 30/16 M ARC1015 0600PM-0750PM Mearns,James D2,HY
03 book for n/a  140 Section 03 82707 1 Discussion 30/16 M WEBONLINE 0600PM-0750PM Mearns,James D2,HY

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 82632 1 Discussion 30/5 M MND2007 1000AM-1050AM Najafi,Zahra HY
01 book for n/a   50 Section 01 82632 1 Discussion 30/5 WF WEBONLINE 1000AM-1050AM Najafi,Zahra HY
02 book for n/a   50 Section 02 82934 1 Discussion 30/19 M MND2003 0900AM-0950AM Najafi,Zahra HY
02 book for n/a   50 Section 02 82934 1 Discussion 30/19 WF WEBONLINE 0900AM-0950AM Najafi,Zahra 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
04 book for n/a  124 Section 04 82864 1 Discussion 30/12 MW TAH1002 0900AM-1015AM Zabihian,Farshid 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 82703 1 Lecture 30/0 R BRH109 0500PM-0550PM Salahi,Amir E,HY
01 book for n/a    1 Section 01 82703 1 Lecture 30/0 R WEBONLINE 0500PM-0550PM Salahi,Amir E,HY
04 book for n/a    1 Section 04 83011 1 Lecture 30/0 M RVR1006 0100PM-0150PM Salahi,Amir E,HY
04 book for n/a    1 Section 04 83011 1 Lecture 30/0 M WEBONLINE 0100PM-0150PM Salahi,Amir E,HY
05 book for n/a    1 Section 05 83012 1 Lecture 20/1 M RVR1006 0200PM-0250PM Salahi,Amir E,HY
05 book for n/a    1 Section 05 83012 1 Lecture 20/1 M WEBONLINE 0200PM-0250PM Salahi,Amir E,HY
06 book for n/a    1 Section 06 82825 1 Lecture 35/0 M RVR1006 1200PM-1250PM Salahi,Amir E,HY
06 book for n/a    1 Section 06 82825 1 Lecture 35/0 M WEBONLINE 1200PM-1250PM Salahi,Amir E,HY

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 85170 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Hereford,Joe H. B2,OL
03 book for n/a   10 Section 03 85296 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Singh,Ajay B2,OL
04 book for n/a   10 Section 04 85321 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Flowers,Christine L B2,OL
05 book for n/a   10 Section 05 85336 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Reede Jr,James W B2,OL
06 book for n/a   10 Section 06 85425 1 Lecture 120/0 TR WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Linklater,Wayne B2,OL
07 book for n/a   10 Section 07 85503 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Flowers,Christine L B2,OL
09 book for n/a   10 Section 09 86570 1 Lecture 80/0 WEBONLINE - Howard,Cody B2,OL
10 book for n/a   10 Section 10 85513 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Johnson-Reyes,Glenda B2,OL
11 book for n/a   10 Section 11 87560 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Hereford,Joe H. 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 85171 1 Lecture 40/0 MW WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Sax,Todd A3,OL
02 book for n/a   11 Section 02 85745 1 Lecture 40/0 TR AMD314 0300PM-0415PM Popejoy,Gregory M A3,OL
02 book for n/a   11 Section 02 85745 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Popejoy,Gregory M A3,OL

ENVS 122 - CEQA And NEPA (3 Units)

Review of legislative and judicial requirements for environmental impact analysis. Students will be asked to review actual project environmental impact reports, analyze the methods employed, understand the relationship of the report to the planning process, and prepare such a document.

Note: It is recommended that students complete ENVS 128 or have some actual experience with environmental impact documentation before taking this course.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  122 Section 02 86703 1 Lecture 36/0 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Reede Jr,James W OL

ENVS 120 - Quantitative Methods Env Sci (3 Units)

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

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a  120 Section 03 87095 1 Discussion 30/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Hereford,Joe H. OL

ENVS 195 - Envir Studies Internship (3 Units)

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

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  195 Section 01 85313 1 Independent Study 45/12 WEBONLINE - Linklater,Wayne I,OL

ETHN 170 - Pan African Studies (3 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  170 Section 02 85489 1 Lecture 37/8 MW AMD262 1200PM-1250PM Boston,Martin GE AREA D,HY
02 book for n/a  170 Section 02 85489 1 Lecture 37/8 WEBONLINE - Boston,Martin GE AREA D,HY

ETHN 30 - Chicano/Latino Studies (3 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   30 Section 01 85272 1 Lecture 45/0 MW LIB65 1100AM-1150AM Ramirez,Elvia F,HY
01 book for n/a   30 Section 01 85272 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Ramirez,Elvia F,HY
03 book for n/a   30 Section 03 85904 1 Lecture 40/0 MW ARC1011 0100PM-0150PM Staff F,HY
03 book for n/a   30 Section 03 85904 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Staff F,HY
08 book for n/a   30 Section 08 85927 1 Lecture 45/0 MW ALP236 1000AM-1050AM Staff F,HY
08 book for n/a   30 Section 08 85927 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Staff F,HY
09 book for n/a   30 Section 09 85930 1 Lecture 45/0 MW ALP156 1200PM-1250PM Staff F,HY
09 book for n/a   30 Section 09 85930 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Staff F,HY
10 book for n/a   30 Section 10 85934 1 Lecture 45/0 MWF MND4004 0200PM-0250PM Tena-Encarnacion,Jason Keone F,HY
10 book for n/a   30 Section 10 85934 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Tena-Encarnacion,Jason Keone F,HY

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

Introduction to the discipline of Asian American Studies, including the history, purpose, and development of the field. Fundamental concepts and approaches in Asian American Studies will be discussed. Course also explores contemporary challenges and opportunities of Asian American Studies.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a   14 Section 01 85453 1 Lecture 45/0 MW BRH114 1100AM-1150AM Lo,Bao F,HY
01 book for n/a   14 Section 01 85453 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Lo,Bao F,HY
02 book for n/a   14 Section 02 85728 1 Lecture 45/1 MW MND4008 1000AM-1050AM Lo,Bao F,HY
02 book for n/a   14 Section 02 85728 1 Lecture 45/1 WEBONLINE - Lo,Bao F,HY
06 book for n/a   14 Section 06 85913 1 Lecture 45/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Mark,Gregory F,OL

ETHN 100 - Ethnic America (3 Units)

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

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a  100 Section 02 85399 1 Lecture 30/11 MW AMD309 0100PM-0150PM Cook,Booker GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
02 book for n/a  100 Section 02 85399 1 Lecture 30/11 WEBONLINE - Cook,Booker GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
03 book for n/a  100 Section 03 85261 1 Lecture 30/13 MWF AMD309 1100AM-1150AM Tena-Encarnacion,Jason Keone GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI
03 book for n/a  100 Section 03 85261 1 Lecture 30/13 WEBONLINE - Tena-Encarnacion,Jason Keone GE AREA D,HY,RE,WI

ETHN 140 - Native American Experienc (3 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  140 Section 01 85210 1 Lecture 40/8 MW LIB65 0300PM-0350PM Baker,Brian GE AREA D,HY
01 book for n/a  140 Section 01 85210 1 Lecture 40/8 WEBONLINE - Baker,Brian GE AREA D,HY

ETHN 53 - Intro Native Amer Studies (3 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
02 book for n/a   53 Section 02 85735 1 Lecture 45/0 MW BRH204 0900AM-0950AM Bill,Amber R F,HY
02 book for n/a   53 Section 02 85735 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Bill,Amber R F,HY
03 book for n/a   53 Section 03 85736 1 Lecture 45/0 MW DH107 0200PM-0250PM Bill,Amber R F,HY
03 book for n/a   53 Section 03 85736 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Bill,Amber R F,HY
04 book for n/a   53 Section 04 85737 1 Lecture 45/0 MW ALP236 1100AM-1150AM Burris,Anthony H F,HY
04 book for n/a   53 Section 04 85737 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Burris,Anthony H F,HY
05 book for n/a   53 Section 05 85738 1 Lecture 45/0 MW ALP144 1200PM-1250PM Burris,Anthony H F,HY
05 book for n/a   53 Section 05 85738 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Burris,Anthony H F,HY

ETHN 118 - Asian American Women (3 Units)

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

Cross-listed: WOMS 118.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  118 Section 01 85363 1 Lecture 40/0 MW DH107 1000AM-1050AM Yamashita,Wendsor HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a  118 Section 01 85363 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Yamashita,Wendsor HUM (C2),HY

ETHN 11 - Intro to Ethnic Studies (3 Units)

This course introduces foundational concepts and themes of the discipline of Ethnic Studies. The course focuses on the four historically defined racialized core groups: Native Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, and Chicanxs/Latinxs.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
05 book for n/a   11 Section 05 85260 1 Lecture 45/0 MWF SQU316 0100PM-0150PM Tena-Encarnacion,Jason Keone F,HY
05 book for n/a   11 Section 05 85260 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Tena-Encarnacion,Jason Keone F,HY
09 book for n/a   11 Section 09 85515 1 Lecture 45/0 MW DH108 0200PM-0250PM Baadqir,Rashad Abdul Alim F,HY
09 book for n/a   11 Section 09 85515 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Baadqir,Rashad Abdul Alim F,HY
10 book for n/a   11 Section 10 85991 1 Lecture 45/0 MW SQU316 0400PM-0450PM Yonemura,Ayanna S F,HY
10 book for n/a   11 Section 10 85991 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Yonemura,Ayanna S F,HY

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

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

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
90 book for n/a  198 Section 90 85478 1 Independent Study 100/96 MW 0200PM-0250PM Fong,Tim HY
90 book for n/a  198 Section 90 85478 1 Independent Study 100/96 WEBONLINE - Fong,Tim HY
91 book for n/a  198 Section 91 85479 1 Independent Study 100/82 MW 0100PM-0150PM Fong,Tim HY
91 book for n/a  198 Section 91 85479 1 Independent Study 100/82 WEBONLINE - Fong,Tim HY
92 book for n/a  198 Section 92 85480 1 Independent Study 100/90 MW 0200PM-0250PM Fong,Tim HY
92 book for n/a  198 Section 92 85480 1 Independent Study 100/90 WEBONLINE - Fong,Tim HY
93 book for n/a  198 Section 93 85481 1 Independent Study 100/90 MW 0200PM-0250PM Fong,Tim HY
93 book for n/a  198 Section 93 85481 1 Independent Study 100/90 WEBONLINE - Fong,Tim HY
94 book for n/a  198 Section 94 85621 1 Independent Study 100/91 MW 0100PM-0150PM Fong,Tim HY
94 book for n/a  198 Section 94 85621 1 Independent Study 100/91 WEBONLINE - Fong,Tim HY
95 book for n/a  198 Section 95 85622 1 Independent Study 100/90 MW 0100PM-0150PM Fong,Tim HY
95 book for n/a  198 Section 95 85622 1 Independent Study 100/90 WEBONLINE - Fong,Tim HY
96 book for n/a  198 Section 96 85623 1 Independent Study 100/92 MW 0200PM-0250PM Fong,Tim HY
96 book for n/a  198 Section 96 85623 1 Independent Study 100/92 WEBONLINE - Fong,Tim HY
97 book for n/a  198 Section 97 85626 1 Independent Study 100/90 MW 0100PM-0150PM Fong,Tim HY
97 book for n/a  198 Section 97 85626 1 Independent Study 100/90 WEBONLINE - Fong,Tim HY

ETHN 132 - La Mujer Chicana (3 Units)

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

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  132 Section 01 85404 1 Lecture 40/4 MW BRH204 1100AM-1150AM Huante-Tzintzun,Nancy E,HY
01 book for n/a  132 Section 01 85404 1 Lecture 40/4 WEBONLINE - Huante-Tzintzun,Nancy E,HY
02 book for n/a  132 Section 02 85644 1 Lecture 37/14 MW AMD262 0100PM-0150PM Huante-Tzintzun,Nancy E,HY
02 book for n/a  132 Section 02 85644 1 Lecture 37/14 WEBONLINE - Huante-Tzintzun,Nancy E,HY

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 85242 1 Lecture 40/11 MW DH107 0100PM-0150PM Baker,Brian HUM (C2),HY
01 book for n/a  150 Section 01 85242 1 Lecture 40/11 WEBONLINE - Baker,Brian HUM (C2),HY

ETHN 70 - Intro Pan African Studies (3 Units)

Introduction to Pan African Studies. It is intended to introduce students to the context from which Pan African Studies arose as an academic discipline. It provides an overview of the academic, cultural, economic, and political inclusion of the pre/post colonial experience contributions of peoples of African descent. It is intended to show the interdisciplinary character of the study of Pan Africanism.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
03 book for n/a   70 Section 03 85739 1 Lecture 45/0 MW LIB65 1200PM-1250PM Boston,Martin F,HY
03 book for n/a   70 Section 03 85739 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Boston,Martin F,HY
04 book for n/a   70 Section 04 85740 1 Lecture 45/0 MW LIB65 0200PM-0250PM Boston,Martin F,HY
04 book for n/a   70 Section 04 85740 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Boston,Martin F,HY
05 book for n/a   70 Section 05 87219 1 Lecture 40/0 MW BRH204 0300PM-0350PM Cook,Booker F,HY
05 book for n/a   70 Section 05 87219 1 Lecture 40/0 WEBONLINE - Cook,Booker F,HY
09 book for n/a   70 Section 09 85922 1 Lecture 45/0 MW AMD217 0800AM-0850AM Cook,Booker F,HY
09 book for n/a   70 Section 09 85922 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Cook,Booker F,HY
10 book for n/a   70 Section 10 85924 1 Lecture 45/0 MW ARC1007 0900AM-0950AM Cook,Booker F,HY
10 book for n/a   70 Section 10 85924 1 Lecture 45/0 WEBONLINE - Cook,Booker F,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 81687 1 Lecture 55/0 TR TAH1026 0430PM-0545PM Ikromov,Nuriddin HY
01 book for n/a  142 Section 01 81687 1 Lecture 55/0 TR WEBONLINE 0430PM-0545PM Ikromov,Nuriddin HY

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 Business Major (any concentration) or Real Estate and Land Use Minor.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  144 Section 01 81779 1 Lecture 55/38 TR BRH104 1030AM-1145AM Thakur,Sudhir K HY
01 book for n/a  144 Section 01 81779 1 Lecture 55/38 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM 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
03 book for n/a  135 Section 03 81758 1 Lecture 40/0 TR ARC1013 0130PM-0245PM Vygodina,Anna V HY
03 book for n/a  135 Section 03 81758 1 Lecture 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Vygodina,Anna V HY

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 81658 1 Seminar 50/0 MW BRH114 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Lan HY
01 book for n/a  134 Section 01 81658 1 Seminar 50/0 MW WEBONLINE 1200PM-0115PM Liu,Lan HY
02 book for n/a  134 Section 02 81695 1 Seminar 50/0 MW BRH114 0130PM-0245PM Liu,Lan HY
02 book for n/a  134 Section 02 81695 1 Seminar 50/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Liu,Lan HY

FIN 137 - Financl Institutns+Market (3 Units)

Designed to broaden understanding of the financial system to include the network of institutions which bring into existence the increasingly important substitutes for money in the traditional sense. Emphasis is given to flow of funds analysis within the context of emerging financial theories.

Prerequisite: FIN 101.

Sect Books Class Nbr Ses Cmp Seats Tot/Avl Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty Class Attributes
01 book for n/a  137 Section 01 81564 1 Discussion 55/0 TR TAH1003 0130PM-0245PM Lin,Hao HY
01 book for n/a  137 Section 01 81564 1 Discussion 55/0 TR WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM Lin,Hao 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 81538 1 Discussion 40/0 TR ARC1013 0900AM-1015AM Vygodina,Anna V HY
01 book for n/a  136 Section 01 81538 1 Discussion 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 0900AM-1015AM Vygodina,Anna V HY
02 book for n/a  136 Section 02 81539 1 Discussion 40/0 TR ARC1013 1030AM-1145AM Vygodina,Anna V HY
02 book for n/a  136 Section 02 81539 1 Discussion 40/0 TR WEBONLINE 1030AM-1145AM Vygodina,Anna V 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 and applications, life insurance, medical coverage, property insurances, and liability insurances.

Prerequisite: Must be a business major (any concentration) or Public Health 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
03 book for n/a  138 Section 03 81763 1 Discussion 55/0 W WEBONLINE 0600PM-0850PM Lin,Eric AB386,OL

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 81707 1 Lecture 55/0 MW BRH110 0130PM-0245PM Liu,Chang HY
01 book for n/a  190 Section 01 81707 1 Lecture 55/0 MW WEBONLINE 0130PM-0245PM 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 81607 1 Lecture 55/0 MW BRH114 0300PM-0415PM Liu,Lan HY
02 book for n/a  101 Section 02 81607 1 Lecture 55/0 MW WEBONLINE 0300PM-0415PM Liu,Lan HY
06 book for n/a  101 Section 06 81685 1 Lecture 55/0 TR AMD152 1200PM-0115PM Varshney,Sanjay HY
06 book for n/a  101 Section 06 81685 1 Lecture 55/0 R WEBONLINE 1200PM