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ACCTG 001A - Financial Accounting  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ACCTG 101 or MATH 111 with C or better
This introductory course is designed for transfer students in business, information systems, and/or accounting. Topics include the accounting cycle, preparation and analysis of financial statements, internal control, depreciation, inventories, receivables, liabilities, stockholders' equity, ethical issues, and accounting as a decision-making tool.
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88417 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Barta, Melody
88418 202 Lec MW   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C105  Barta, Melody
88419 203 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101A  Brown, Robert
88420 204 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C105  Brown, Robert
88421 205 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—07:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA118  College, Arthur
ACCTG 001B - Managerial Accounting  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: ACCTG 020 or ACCTG 001A with C or better or equivalent
This transfer course introduces students to managerial decision-making using accounting information. Topics include the master budget, static and flexible budgets, capital budgeting techniques, cost-volume- profit relationships, contribution margin approach to decision-making, cost behavior analysis, job order and process costing, activity-based costing and just-in-time manufacturing. Other topics include standard costing, responsibility accounting, cost performance reporting, special business decisions, incremental analysis, break-even analysis, and pricing under absorption and variable costing.
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88422 201 Lec MW   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101A  Brown, Robert
88423 202 Lec MW   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101A  Brown, Robert
88424 203 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C208  Barta, Melody
ACCTG 022 - Payroll Accounting  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ACCTG 020 or ACCTG 101, with C or better
This course is an introduction to payroll accounting laws and procedures that affect payroll calculations, benefits, and deductions for federal and state tax filing and forms. The material is presented through lecture, discussion and a comprehensive payroll project.
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88410 201 Lec TTH   06:30 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA102  El Giheny, Fayez
ACCTG 030 - Quickbooks  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ACCTG 101 or ACCTG 020 or ACCTG 001A, all with a C or better
Students are provided hands-on computer based accounting using QuickBooks, which includes behind-the-scenes accounting. Proper use of QuickBooks business forms for recording sales and receivables, payables and purchases, and payroll will be presented. Students will explore various methods of business problem solving.
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88411 201 Lec TH   12:15 PM—02:40 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  College, Arthur
  201 Lab TH   02:45 PM—04:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  College, Arthur
88412 202 Lec T   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Brown, Robert
  202 Lab T   08:35 PM—09:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Brown, Robert
  202 Hybrid   09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Brown, Robert
Note: #88412 This is an internet hybrid course. Enrolled students MUST attend the first class session (Tuesday, September 5) or they will be dropped from the course. The course meets on campus on the following dates and time: Tuesday September 5, Tuesday September 12, Tuesday October 10 (check-in), Tuesday October 24 (midterm) and Tuesday December 19 (final exam) in AD143. It is highly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self- motivated and computer/internet literate. Keyboard skills and an e-mail account will be necessary to converse online, access course material, check grades via Canvas to be successful in class. Students who wish to add this course if space is available must be present on the first day of class. Email your instructor with any questions at: robert.brown@evc.edu
ACCTG 062 - Cost Accounting  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: ACCTG 001B with C or better
This course provides students with cost accounting principles, including essentials of job order, process cost, and standard cost accounting systems. The central focus of the course is how cost accounting helps managers make better decisions for planning, controlling, and profitability analysis in a business environment as well as costing concepts for products, services, and customers. Topics covered in this course are of significant value in personal financial management as well.
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88413 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—01:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C104  Grewal, Aman
ACCTG 095 - Individual Income Tax CTEC  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: ACCTG 020, C or better
This is a comprehensive Income Tax Course (Part I--Basic; and Part II--Intermediate) with materials prepared by "The Income Tax School." "The Income Tax School" has received approval by the California Tax Education Council (CTEC) to provide a comprehensive Federal and California State Income Tax Course to fulfill the 60-hour qualifying education requirement mandated by California State Law. The material is presented through lecture, discussion, and review problems.
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88414 201 Lec MW   06:30 PM—08:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA232  Welling, Remy
ACCTG 097 - Accounting for Income Taxes  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
This course provides students with an introduction to Federal Individual Income Taxation with emphasis on statutory materials, principles, procedures and terminology. Special attention is given to tax problems encountered by individual taxpayers and the basic concepts of gross income, exclusions, adjusted gross income, deductions, exemptions, and tax credits. Tax planning techniques will be explored. Other tax entities, such as corporations, partnerships and fiduciaries will be discussed. Issues of gift and estate taxation will be reviewed. A comparative analysis of California tax law will be provided.
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88415 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA104  Welling, Remy
ACCTG 101 - Bookkeeping for Small Business  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
An introduction to accounting principles and procedures that apply to the operations of a small business. The material is presented through lecture and simulation activities including online computer activities. Transactions are analyzed and processed, financial statements are developed, and records are adjusted and closed for a complete accounting cycle for service and merchandising businesses. This course helps to prepare students for positions as accounting assistants or entry level bookkeepers. Course management software will be used to enhance learning.
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88416 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:20 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA101  Marshall, Darlene
  201 Lab TH   10:30 AM—11:50 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA101  Marshall, Darlene
ACCTG 138 - Work Experience Occupational  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a career program (e.g., education plan or coursework in a career/occupational subject area). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Occupational Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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89117 201 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC214  Espinoza, Janina
Note: Please go online to http://www.evc.edu/current-students/student-success/transfer-care er-center/work-experience to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, September 6, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. room SC-250; Thursday, September 7, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Friday, September 8, 10:00 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. room SC-250; Monday, September 11, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Tuesday, September 12, 3:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. room SC-250.
AJ 010 - Intro to Admin of Justice  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students are introduced to the origins and development of criminal law, legal process, and sentencing and incarceration policies in the United States. Focus is placed on examining crime measurement, theoretical explanations of crime, responses to crime, components of the system, and current challenges to the system. The course examines the evolution of the principles and approaches utilized by the justice system and the evolving forces that have shaped those principles and approaches.
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88178 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Bevan, Cindy
88179 202 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Bevan, Cindy
88180 203 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Bevan, Cindy
88181 204 Lec W   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Bevan, Cindy
AJ 011 - Criminal Law  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course covers concepts of criminal law including history, philosophy, and legal structure. Definitions and classifications of crime, case law analysis, the court system and the U.S. Constitution are examined. Crimes against person, property crimes, and the legal system as a social and cultural ideology are explored.
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88182 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Bevan, Cindy
88183 202 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Adkins, Walter
AJ 013 - Criminal Procedures  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course will cover the history, legal terminology, and principles of criminal procedures. Constitutional provisions, interpretation of statutory and case law, legal aspects of arrest, rules governing search and seizure, and institutional responsibilties of the criminal justice system within a multicultural society are examined.
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88184 201 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Adkins, Walter
AJ 014 - Contemporary Police Issues  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course focuses on the historical and contemporary role of police in a multicultural society with an emphasis on police hiring and training, police ethics and discretion, institutional accountability, police-community relations, and the challenges and prospects of administering justice within a diverse multicultural population.
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88186 202 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Bevan, Cindy
AJ 015 - Intro Criminal Investigation  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course covers fundamental principles and procedures of criminal investigation including crime scene management, documentation methods, rules of evidence, and interviewing and interrogation. Modus operandi, sources of information, chain of custody, and investigative techniques related to persons and property crimes are analyzed.
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88187 201 Lec TH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Montelongo, Virginia
AJ 111 - Juvenile Law and Procedures  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course examines the causes and theories of juvenile delinquency, the function and jurisdiction of juvenile justice agencies, common juvenile statutes, delinquency control, and juvenile court procedures. Particular focus is placed on the role of law enforcement, probation services, schools, resources, and parents/guardians in relation to juvenile delinquency. The rights of juveniles, constitutional cases, and juvenile victimization are also analyzed.
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88189 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206B  Coker, William
AJ 116 - Introduction to Corrections  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course covers the history, theory, and practice of the correctional process in America with critical analysis of adult and juvenile correctional institutions, probation, parole, and community-based alternatives. Specific issues facing correctional systems such as inmate constitutional rights, effects of institutionalization, cost, overcrowding, ethnicity, gender, and aging are also explored.
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88190 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE105  Coker, William
AJ 138 - Work Experience Occupational  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a career program (e.g., education plan or coursework in a career/occupational subject area). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Occupational Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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89118 201 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC214  Espinoza, Janina
Note: Please go online to http://www.evc.edu/current-students/student-success/transfer-care er-center/work-experience to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, September 6, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. room SC-250; Thursday, September 7, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Friday, September 8, 10:00 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. room SC-250; Monday, September 11, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Tuesday, September 12, 3:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. room SC-250.
ANTH 063 - Intro to Soc/Cultural Anthro  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course introduces the student to an overview of the field of social and cultural anthropology. Topics include the development of the field of anthropology, the concept of culture, language and communication, subsistence patterns and economic systems. Other topics covered are sex and marriage, family, kinship and descent, political systems, belief systems, the expressive culture and the challenge of globalization.
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88191 201 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C105  Flores, Gustavo
ART 012 - Two Dimensional Design  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
This course is an introduction to the theories and applications of two-dimensional form in visual art and design. The students will use a variety of media, tools and techniques in studying the elements and principles of design, which includes the study of line, shape, volume, value, color, texture, pattern, balance, unity and variety, and scale.
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88193 201 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—02:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA200  Miki, Masako
  201 Lab TTH   02:45 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA200  Miki, Masako
ART 013 - Three Dimensional Design  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $10)
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
This course is an introduction to the theories and applications of design in three-dimensional form in space. Students study the elements and principles of design using a variety of tools, techniques, and mediums which may include wire, cardboard, clay (non-firing), wood, plaster, and other materials at the instructor's discretion, in a studio lab setting. Concepts are introduced and clarified through instructor lectures and demonstrations. Three-dimensional design is a core foundational course required in many art majors. Field trips may be included.
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88194 201 Lec MW   01:45 PM—02:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125F  Chi, Lei
  201 Lab MW   02:45 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125F  Chi, Lei
ART 014 - Color Theory  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students study the principles, theories, and applications of additive and subtractive color in two dimensions. Topics will include major historical and contemporary color systems and the elements of design as they apply to color. Students will produce projects in applied color.
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88195 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA200  Miller-Bowen, Virginia
  201 Lab MW   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA200  Miller-Bowen, Virginia
ART 024 - Beginning Drawing  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students are introduced to the fundamental elements and compositional principles of drawing. Lecture and studio practice will emphasize a variety of media, tools and techniques in studying the elements and principles of drawing, including line, shape, value, perspective, proportion, balance and unity.
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88196 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Lazo, Rachel
  201 Lab MW   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Lazo, Rachel
88197 202 Lec MW   01:45 PM—02:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Miller-Bowen, Virginia
  202 Lab MW   02:45 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Miller-Bowen, Virginia
88198 203 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Nobriga, Mark
  203 Lab TTH   07:00 PM—08:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Nobriga, Mark
ART 026A - Representational Drawing  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 024 with C or better
This course provides a rigorous study of drawing based on observation and linear perspective. Emphasis is on building skills to render in a naturalistic and representational manner, which includes a study of line, value, texture, volume, mass, and the illusion of spatial depth.
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88217 201 Lec MW   01:45 PM—02:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA200  Lazo, Rachel
  201 Lab MW   02:45 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA200  Lazo, Rachel
ART 035 - Graphic Design I  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $2)
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts, practices, and theories of graphic design. Students will be exposed to visual thinking and the design process. Students will practice professional graphic design techniques and principles from initial conception to final execution. Topics include integration of the principles of design, color, and composition utilizing computers.
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88199 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/05/17— 10/26/17 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
  201 Lab TTH   11:15 AM—02:20 PM 09/05/17— 10/26/17 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
ART 038 - Graphic Design II  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $2)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ART 035 or equivalent knowledge of Graphic Design.
This course builds on the visual language achieved in Graphic Design I and further develops communication skills, concepts and theories that create successful visual design. Topics include combining and utilizing design principles and exploration of visual organization theory and informational theory. Emphasis is placed upon developing an aesthetic which recognizes the visual impact of typographic choices. Students who complete this course will gain a further understanding of the principles of design and learn specific uses of design in advertising, corporate identity design, Web design, and interactive media.
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88200 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—11:20 AM 10/31/17— 12/21/17 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
  201 Lab TTH   11:30 AM—02:35 PM 10/31/17— 12/21/17 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
ART 039 - Intro to Digital Video  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic Computer Skills
This class focuses on the techniques of conceptualizing and making short films using industry standard digital video software. Students will use some of their own imagery as well as Internet resources to create professional pieces of video work. The class will help students to develop their individual creativity while working around the typical financial and technical constraints of a beginning artist. Students will be introduced to the history of film and video art, copyright policies and web publishing.
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88201 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—11:40 AM 09/05/17— 10/26/17 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
  201 Lab MW   11:50 AM—01:10 PM 09/05/17— 10/26/17 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
ART 042 - Sculpture I  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $10)
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
This course is an introduction to sculptural processes. Various sculptural materials will be explored, such as clay (non-firing), plaster, wood, stone, silicone, beeswax, and metal. A survey of sculptural form, both historic and contemporary, parallels individual student work. Emphasis is on craftsmanship and technique, visual investigation, and idea development.
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88202 201 Lec MW   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125F  Davis, Steven
  201 Lab MW   07:00 PM—08:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125F  Davis, Steven
ART 043 - Sculpture II  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $10)
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: ART 042 with C or better
This is a studio/lecture course in sculptural processes that furthers the techniques and concepts learned in Art 042. Increased skill in various sculptural materials is emphasized with the goal for students to employ sculpture as a means of personal expression, developing an individual visual vocabulary. The types and meanings of sculpture in contemporary society will be examined.
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88203 201 Lec MW   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125F  Davis, Steven
  201 Lab MW   07:00 PM—08:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125F  Davis, Steven
ART 055A - Life Drawing I  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 024 with C or better
In this course, students will draw from the live human figure. Fundamentals of life drawing will be covered, including drawing shape, volume, mass, proportion, sub-structure, foreshortening and the basics of human anatomy. Techniques include contour, gesture, surface modeling, hatching, cross-hatching and tonal shading using a variety of drawing media.
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88218 201 Lec MW   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Chi, Lei
  201 Lab MW   07:00 PM—08:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Chi, Lei
ART 055B - Life Drawing II  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 055A with C or better
This course is a continuation of drawing the human figure, with emphasis on the development of skills to achieve naturalism in the human form. Students will work in a variety of media and techniques in order to develop a varied system of mark-making that will convey expression in the human figure in addition to accurate anatomy and proportion.
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88219 201 Lec MW   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Chi, Lei
  201 Lab MW   07:00 PM—08:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Chi, Lei
ART 060 - Beginning Painting I  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 014 and ART 024, both with C or better
Beginning Painting is an introductory studio course in acrylic and/or oil painting media. Students will explore a variety of methods of approach, learn various techniques, test the effects of different color schemes, become familiar with tools and materials of the craft, and develop skills related to painting through illustrated lectures, demonstrations, and studio practice.
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88204 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Lazo, Rachel
  201 Lab TTH   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Lazo, Rachel
ART 061 - Beginning Painting II  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: ART 060 with C or better, or equivalent
ART 061 expands the knowledge and technologies gained in ART 060, emphasizing development of themes and approaches in painting. Conceptual issues will be introduced. Students will experiment with media, content and technique to further explore and develop their aesthetic style.
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88205 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Lazo, Rachel
  201 Lab TTH   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA201  Lazo, Rachel
ART 066 - Introduction to Metalsmithing  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $10)
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: ART 013
This course is an introduction to techniques and processes for the production of small metal sculpture and jewelry metal arts in non-ferrous and precious metals. This course includes an examination of the history and contemporary practices of small metal arts and jewelry with a global cultural perspective.
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88206 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125  Davis, Steven
  201 Lab MW   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125  Davis, Steven
ART 076A - Portfolio Preparation  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ART 012, ART 013 and ART 035; all with C or better
This course focuses on the development of an effective portfolio in the student's area of concentration. The emphasis will be on researching the student's chosen field of art or design, creating a portfolio that showcases the student's unique styles and strengths, and identifying areas that need further development.
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88220 201 Lec TTH   03:00 PM—03:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
  201 Lab TTH   04:00 PM—05:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
ART 090 - Art Appreciation  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
This is an introductory course to the appreciation of the visual arts drawn from a wide variety of media, cultures and time periods. Students will learn to analyze art forms in regards to the elements and principles of art, and will be introduced to various technical procedures and materials, allowing students to make connections regarding these formal attributes and the work's content or meaning. The function and communication of visual arts within societal contexts will also be examined.
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88207 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA115  Ayling, Mary
88208 202 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA104  Ayling, Mary
88209 203 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA104  Nobriga, Mark
88210 204 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA202  Jenkins, Jeremiah
Note: #88210 This is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Sept 5th 6:30-7:30pm in room VPA-202. Students who cannot attend the orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the campus or online orientation will be dropped from the course. There will be a proctored examination on Dec 15th 6:30-7:30pm in VPA-202 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email jeremiah.jenkins@evc.edu if you need additional information.
90315 205 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA202  Jenkins, Jeremiah
Note: #88210 This is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Sept 5th 6:30-7:30pm in room VPA-202. Students who cannot attend the orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the campus or online orientation will be dropped from the course. There will be a proctored examination on Dec 15th 6:30-7:30pm in VPA-202 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email jeremiah.jenkins@evc.edu if you need additional information.
ART 091 - Art History Prehistoric/Gothic  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
This course is an illustrated survey of Western Art History from the Prehistoric through the Gothic periods. Course content emphasizes painting, sculpture, and architecture from important centers of Western culture, and how art reflects historical, social, political, and religious attitudes of the time. Presentation of the material is through lecture with projected images. Comparative analysis of styles and artists with critical evaluation of aesthetics will be included. Topics include Prehistoric, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Early Christian, Romanesque, Byzantine, Medieval, and Gothic Art.
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88212 202 Lec F   09:15 AM—12:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA115  Ayling, Mary
ART 092 - Art History Renaissance/Pres  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
This course is an illustrated survey of Western Art History from the Renaissance through the present. Course content emphasizes painting, sculpture, and architecture from the most important centers of culture, and how art reflects historical, social, political, and religious attitudes of the time. Presentation of the material is through lecture with projected images. Comparative analysis of styles and artists with critical evaluation of aesthetics will be included. Topics include Early to High Renaissance, Mannerism, Baroque, Rococo, Romanticism, Realism, Impressionism, Post Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, Abstract Expressionism and Post-Modernism.
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88213 201 Lec F   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA115  Listopad, John
88214 202 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA202  Jenkins, Jeremiah
Note: #88214 This is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Sept 5th 7:30-8:30pm in room VPA-202. Students who cannot attend the orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the campus or online orientation will be dropped from the course. There will be a proctored examination on Dec 15th 7:30-8:30pm in room VPA-202 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email jeremiah.jenkins@evc.edu if you need additional information.
ASTRO 010 - Introduction to Astronomy  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: 3 units of MATH 111 with P grade or placement based on math assessment
Astronomy 010 is an introductory science course for non-science majors covering all major topics of modern Astronomy. Described are the origins of the Solar System, the apparent motion of sky objects, seasons, the causes of periodic sky events such as the phases of the moon, solar and lunar eclipses, and meteor showers. The course highlights the recent discovery of thousands of exoplanets, and the current search for biosignatures on those exoplanets. Additional topics include the origins of stars, the various physical processes involved in stellar evolution, a full description of the Universe in large scale, and the main tenets of the Big Bang Theory. The scientific method and the fundamental laws of physics are stressed.
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88637 201 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA119  Masuda, Michael
88638 202 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA119  Kemp, Sean
88639 203 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA116  Vedamati, Jagruti
88640 204 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE204  Batalha, Celso
Note: #88640 This is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. It is mandatory to watch a video explaining assessments given in the course and where to find them. This video is available to enrolled students in Canvas, who will be contacted by email with instructions on how to access the video. Enrolled students not watching the orientation video by the first day of instruction must attend a face-to-face orientation on Sept 5 at 5:00 PM in LE-204. Students not watching the video or attending the face to face orientation will be dropped from the course and replaced by waitlisted students. Students who are waitlisted and wish to add the class MUST attend face-to-face orientation on Sept 5 at 5:00 PM in TBA or email instructor at celso.batalha@evc.edu. Add codes will be given if space is available. Mandatory final exam is face to face and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Final exam is schedule on Dec 21 at 5:00 PM in room LE-231. Email celso.batalha@evc.edu if you have any further questions.
88641 205 Lec F   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA119  Masuda, Michael
88642 206 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA119  Kemp, Sean
ASTRO 010L - Intro Lab General Astronomy  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: ASTRO 010, or ASTRO 014, or ASTRO 016, minimum grade C, or concurrent enrollment
ASTRO 010L is an introductory laboratory course in Astronomy designed for non-science majors, that includes substantial work at the Montgomery Hill Observatory with state of the art telescopes and cameras. Students will identify constellations and asterisms, measure the apparent motion of planets and stars, investigate the geology of terrestrial objects throughout the solar system, and discuss the dramatic chemical differences in solar system planets and their moons. This course will cover the different stages of stellar evolution, making use of computer simulations to illustrate changes in size and energy output of stars as they age. Course work will conclude with explorations of large scale structures such as galaxies, clusters of galaxies, and the expanding Universe. Acceptable as a CSU lab science requirement only if student has completed ASTRO 010, or ASTRO 014, or ASTRO 016 previously or concurrently.
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88644 201 Lab T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA115  Batalha, Celso
88645 202 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA115  Masuda, Michael
88646 203 Lab W   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA114  Hubickyj, Olenka
ATH 058 - Sports Cndtn for Comp Athletes  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Enrollment in an intercollegiate athletic course
This sports conditioning course is designed for the competitive athletes. The class involves Components of Fitness, Sports Conditioning, Training Protocols and Nutritional information for pre and post season.
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88076 201 Lab MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 FC101  Perez, Felicia
88077 202 Lab MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 FC101  Cook, Simon
ATHM 060 - Intercollegiate Soccer  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Competitive selection process
This is a physical education soccer activities course with an emphasis on intercollegiate competition in team sports. The course involves physical conditioning, skill development, team work development, development of competition strategies, and intercollegiate league play.
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88078 201 Lab MTWTHF   01:00 PM—02:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 Cook, Simon
ATHW 060 - Intercollegiate Soccer  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Competitive selection process
This is a physical education soccer activities course with an emphasis on intercollegiate competition in team sports. The course involves physical conditioning, skill development, team work development, development of competition strategies, and intercollegiate league play.
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88079 201 Lab MTWTHF   05:15 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 Perez, Felicia
  201 Lab MTWTHF   05:15 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 Corrado, Laura
AUTO 102 - Automotive Systems  3.50 Units  (Materials Fee:  $7)
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
This course will introduce students to the automotive industry and provide a basic overview of the eight areas of certification as specified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). The course will examine the purpose, function, and operation of the major systems common to most automobiles. In addition, students will learn methodologies for inspecting and providing basic maintenance common to most vehicles. Students will work with the tools and equipment used for inspection, maintenace, repair, and diagnostic work.
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88496 201 Lec M   06:30 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT113  Bernbeck, Mark
  201 Lab W   05:40 PM—10:15 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT 116  Bernbeck, Mark
88497 202 Lec M   06:30 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT113  Bernbeck, Mark
  202 Lab TH   05:15 PM—09:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT 116  Bernbeck, Mark
88498 203 Lec MTWTH   08:00 AM—09:10 AM 09/05/17— 10/16/17 AT113  Hernandez, Michael
  203 Lab MTWTH   09:20 AM—12:10 PM 09/05/17— 10/16/17 AT 116  Hernandez, Michael
88499 204 Lec MTWTH   12:45 PM—01:55 PM 09/05/17— 10/16/17 AT113  Morgan, Kenneth
  204 Lab MTWTH   02:05 PM—04:55 PM 09/05/17— 10/16/17 AT 116  Morgan, Kenneth
90309 205 Lec MTWTH   12:45 PM—01:55 PM 09/05/17— 10/16/17 AT138  Hernandez, Michael
  205 Lab MTWTH   02:05 PM—04:55 PM 09/05/17— 10/16/17 AT135  Hernandez, Michael
AUTO 103 - Light Line Technician  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better or equivalent
This course will prepare students for entry level employment in the automotive field as a first-level maintenance technician. The course will also introduce students to the Express Service training that the American Honda Program provides. Each student is assigned various vehicles and performs routine maintenance, inspection, and basic performance testing tasks that are commonly performed at automobile dealerships. In addition to gaining hands-on experience, successful students will build teamwork and cooperative skills, improve their time management practices, and develop sound workmanship values.
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88501 202 Lec MTWTH   07:45 AM—08:35 AM 10/18/17— 11/14/17 AT113  Hernandez, Michael
  202 Lab MTWTH   08:45 AM—11:50 AM 10/18/17— 11/14/17 AT 116  Hernandez, Michael
90310 204 Lec MTWTH   12:45 PM—01:50 PM 10/18/17— 11/13/17 AT138  Morgan, Kenneth
  204 Lab MTWTH   02:00 PM—05:15 PM 10/18/17— 11/13/17 AT135  Morgan, Kenneth
90319 205 Lec M   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT143  Bodden, Robert
  205 Lab M   07:00 PM—10:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT143  Bodden, Robert
AUTO 105 - Suspension, Steering, & Align  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better
Recommended: AUTO 103 and AUTO 172
This course will cover, in both theory and practice, the proper diagnosis and repair of manual and power steering systems, steering columns, air bags, and other steering components. Also discussed are McPherson Strut and SLA suspension systems including ball joints, knuckle assemblies, bushings, shocks, coils, torsion bars, pneumatic springs, and active suspension systems, computerized four wheel and thrust alignment procedures including caster, camber, toe, included angle, setback, scrub radius, TOT, drift or pull correction, and cradle adjustment.
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88503 201 Lec TWTH   12:30 PM—02:05 PM 10/03/17— 11/09/17 AT141  Ames, David
  201 Lab TWTH   02:15 PM—05:45 PM 10/03/17— 11/09/17 AT 129  Ames, David
AUTO 106 - Brake Systems  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102
Recommended: AUTO 172
This course is a study of mechanical and hydraulic brake components and systems. Emphasis will be on system operation, adjustment, testing, replacement, and repair procedures. Drum, disc, power assist, and ABS brake systems will also be studied.
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88504 201 Lec TWTH   12:30 PM—01:35 PM 11/14/17— 12/14/17 AT141  Ames, David
  201 Lab TWTH   01:45 PM—05:10 PM 11/14/17— 12/14/17 AT 129  Ames, David
AUTO 107 - Valve Train  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 and AUTO 171, with a C or better
This is an advanced course that studies the latest valve train and cylinder head designs. Precision instruments and test equipment are utilized to diagnose and adjust modern valve train components. Valve train repairs and service are emphasized using valve and seat resurfacing techniques and several types of valve timing methods. This course prepares students to become proficient at valve train service, repair, and diagnostics.
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88505 201 Lec MW   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/06/17— 10/30/17 AT138  Maloney, Robert
  201 Lab MW   07:00 PM—10:05 PM 09/06/17— 10/30/17 AT135  Maloney, Robert
AUTO 118 - Fuel Systems/Emission Controls  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with a C or better.
Recommended: AUTO 170
This course covers automotive fuel systems, including: tanks, pumps, lines, filters, idle and vacuum control devices, electronic fuel injection, and emission control devices. Emphasis will be placed on combustion chemistry and emission testing procedures, and the diagnosis and repair of fuel and emission control system components. Students will diagnose and repair hard start, no-start, poor performance, and emission failures on a range of vehicles using the latest test equipment and methods. This course provides significant preparation and experience for those pursuing licensing as CA emission technicians.
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88506 201 Lec MTWTH   07:30 AM—09:00 AM 10/09/17— 11/08/17 AT121  Bergholdt, Bradley
  201 Lab MTWTH   09:10 AM—12:20 PM 10/09/17— 11/08/17 AT128  Bergholdt, Bradley
AUTO 119 - Intro to Engine Performance  2.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with a C or better, or equivalent
This course is part of the Automotive Basic Skills track emphasizing engine systems relevant to performance and driveability. Classroom theory, engine analyzers and test equipment will be utilized to diagnose modern automobile engine systems. Engine diagnostic strategies will be performed in the lab as they would be in industry. In addition to gaining hands-on experience, successful students will build teamwork and cooperative skills, improve their time management practices, and develop sound workmanship values.
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Room
Instructor
88507 201 Lec MTWTH   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 11/15/17— 12/13/17 AT113  Hernandez, Michael
  201 Lab MTWTH   10:00 AM—11:50 AM 11/15/17— 12/13/17 AT113  Hernandez, Michael
88508 202 Lec MTWTH   12:45 PM—02:35 PM 11/15/17— 12/13/17 AT113  Bernbeck, Mark
  202 Lab MTWTH   02:45 PM—04:35 PM 11/15/17— 12/13/17 AT 116  Bernbeck, Mark
88509 203 Lec W   06:30 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT141  Ames, David
  203 Lab W   08:30 PM—10:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT 129  Ames, David
AUTO 120 - Automatic Transmission Systems  2.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better
Recommended: AUTO 103 and AUTO 172
This course will prepare students to diagnose and repair front and rear wheel drive automatic transmission systems. Topics include: stall and pressure testing, torque converters, planetary, CVT, and helical gear systems, overhaul practices, valve body repair, and on-car service techniques in both theory and practical application. Computerized powertrain diagnosis and repair will also be explored. Additional electronic transmission diagnosis and repair techniques are studied in Auto 174, Body Chassis Electronics. Both courses are recommended preparation for the ASE Automatic Transmission Exam.
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88511 201 Lec M   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT141  Cortese, Michael
  201 Lab M   07:30 PM—10:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT 129  Cortese, Michael
AUTO 122 - Advanced Electrical Systems  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 170 with C or better
This is an advanced automotive electrical course stressing diagram-based diagnostic methods. Students will design and build functioning circuits and systems, as well as compute and measure all aspects of performance. Students will learn to diagnose and repair a wide variety of circuit, system, and component faults in general electrical, starting, charging, lighting, instrumentation, accessory, climate control, audio, navigation, and SRS systems. Analytical skills and use of specialized test equipment will be stressed to provide students with excellent and highly marketable diagnostic abilities.
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88512 201 Lec MW   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT121  Van Hagen, Edward
  201 Lab MW   07:00 PM—08:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT128  Van Hagen, Edward
AUTO 127 - Ignition Systems  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better
Recommended: AUTO 170
This course covers the theory, diagnosis and repair of modern automotive DI and EI ignition systems. Topics include: ignition system function, combustion requirements, primary system triggering, switching components and operation. Included are secondary ignition components and operation, ignition timing devices, electronic spark timing function and strategy, as well as distributorless ignition systems i.e. Waste Spark and Coil-on-plug. System testing methods, fault isolation techniques, DSO, GDMM, Oscilloscope testing, waveform interpretation, as well as maintenance/driveability fault corrections are also included.
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Room
Instructor
88513 201 Lec MTWTH   07:30 AM—08:35 AM 11/30/17— 12/21/17 AT121  Bergholdt, Bradley
  201 Lab MTWTH   08:45 AM—12:20 PM 11/30/17— 12/21/17 AT128  Bergholdt, Bradley
AUTO 129 - DSO,GDMM,Scan Tool Diagnosis  1.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 170 with C or better
This laboratory oriented course explores the many aspects of advanced engine performance testing. Students will develop proficiency using digital storage oscilloscopes, current clamps, graphing multimeters, generic and manufacturer specified scan tools, and other diagnostic equipment. Emphasis will be placed on waveform and PID interpretation, and the effects erroneous signals/information can have on vehicle performance.
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Room
Instructor
88514 201 Lec MTWTH   07:30 AM—08:20 AM 11/09/17— 11/22/17 AT121  Bergholdt, Bradley
  201 Lab MTWTH   08:30 AM—12:40 PM 11/09/17— 11/29/17 AT128  Bergholdt, Bradley
Note: #88514 Lecture dates: 11/9/17 - 11/22/17; Lab dates: 11/9/17 - 11/29/17.
AUTO 132A - Honda IST  1.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better
Recommended: AUTO 103, AUTO 119, AUTO 171
This course allows automotive students to complete Honda Individualized Skills Training Modules not covered in regular classes. Topics include engine repair and scanner usage.
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Instructor
88530 201 Lab T   06:00 PM—10:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT 129  Bernbeck, Mark
AUTO 135 - Air Conditioning Systems  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102, with C or better
Recommended: AUTO 103
This course will prepare students to diagnose and repair modern heating ventilation and air conditioning systems. Topics studied include systems inspection, diagnosis, and repair, leak testing, performance testing, mode control, refrigerant identification, recovery, flushing, evacuation, recharging, and safe handling procedures. Students will also learn to diagnose component malfunctions and using various refrigerant types. Auto 135 and 174 prepare students for the ASE Air Conditioning exam.
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Instructor
88515 201 Lec TH   06:00 PM—08:15 PM 09/07/17— 11/09/17 AT141  Ames, David
  201 Lab TH   08:25 PM—10:40 PM 09/07/17— 11/09/17 AT 129  Ames, David
AUTO 138 - Occupational Work Experience  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in automotive technology course(s). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Occupational Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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88516 201 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17   Morgan, Kenneth
88517 202 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17   Hernandez, Michael
88518 203 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17   Bernbeck, Mark
88519 204 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17   Bergholdt, Bradley
AUTO 141 - Clean Air Car Course  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better
This course covers details of the California Smog Inspection Program. Succcessful completion is required for technicians wishing any level of California smog license. It covers rules, regulations, licenses, consumer rights, inspection procedures, equipment usage, safety, diagnostic techniques, failure diagnosis and periodic updates of new technology. Incorporates portions of previous BAR Updates for OBD2, 2003, 2005, and 2007.
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88520 201 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—09:15 PM 09/05/17— 11/14/17 AT113  Morgan, Kenneth
  201 Lab TTH   09:25 PM—10:30 PM 09/05/17— 11/14/17 AT113  Morgan, Kenneth
AUTO 145 - Enhanced Emission Diag Level 2  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 141 with C or better or hold current or past Calif. Smog Technician License.
This course covers California Smog inspections and testing. The course meets State of California BAR licensing requirements for Inspector licensing. Students will become familiar with inspection procedures and system analyzers, including the Test Analyzer Systems as required by current regulations. Instruction will include oxygen sensor graphing, five gas emissions, baseline techniques, loaded mode testing, NOx inspections, diagnosis, and catalytic converter diagnosis and testing.
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88521 201 Lec TTH   05:30 PM—10:05 PM 11/21/17— 12/14/17 AT143  Morgan, Kenneth
AUTO 170 - Electrical Systems  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $10)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better
This course introduces students and entry level automotive technicians to the automotive electrical system. The course covers electrical theory, magnetism, Ohm's law, series and parallel circuits and system dynamics. Students learn to calculate and measure voltage, resistance and current in theoretical and live circuits, build and test working models of typical automotive electrical systems using table top components and industry specific simulators, and practice diagnosis and repair procedures on a variety of vehicles. Students will also develop an understanding of modern electrical test equipment, such as DMMs, GDMMs, and DSO's, and industry standard troubleshooting and repair procedures.
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88522 201 Lec MTWTH   07:30 AM—09:00 AM 09/05/17— 10/05/17 AT121  Bergholdt, Bradley
  201 Lab MTWTH   09:10 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 10/05/17 AT128  Bergholdt, Bradley
AUTO 171 - Engine Systems  2.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
This is an intermediate level course that covers engine theory and repair procedures. This is a unique class, wherein students will start an engine in the first class session. Throughout the course students will complete disassemble and study each component and the system it relates to. During the last few class meetings students will have the engine properly assembled, running, and thoroughly tested. This course prepares students to pass the National Automotive Service Excellence ASE "Engine Repair" test.
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88524 201 Lec MW   06:00 PM—08:05 PM 11/01/17— 12/20/17 AT138  Maloney, Robert
  201 Lab MW   08:15 PM—09:40 PM 11/01/17— 12/20/17 AT135  Maloney, Robert
AUTO 172 - Chassis and Drivetrain Systems  2.50 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102, with C or better
This intermediate level course will introduce students to the service and repair procedures of drive-train systems, brakes, clutches, steering, suspension, alignment, and related measurement practices. Auto 172 is designed to prepare students for the chassis drive-train track and stresses inspection and routine maintenance services of under-car systems such as CV axles, brake friction components, universal joints, clutch systems, and transmissions. Satisfactory completion of this course is required for all Automotive degree options.
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88526 201 Lec TWTH   12:30 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 09/28/17 AT141  Ames, David
  201 Lec TWTH   12:30 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 09/28/17 AT141  Ames, David
  201 Lab TWTH   03:15 PM—05:50 PM 09/05/17— 09/28/17 AT 129  Ames, David
88527 202 Lec T   06:00 PM—07:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT141  Bodden, Robert
  202 Lab T   08:00 PM—09:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT 116  Bodden, Robert
AUTO 173 - Automotive Service Operations  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
This course will provide overview information about careers in Automotive Technology. Preparation for "on the job" experience will include presentations and discussions about professionalism, work ethics, diplomacy, consumerism, safety, hazardous wastes, tools and equipment, as well as employee, employer, and customer relations.
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88528 201 Lec F   09:00 AM—01:05 PM 09/08/17— 10/27/17 AT113  Morgan, Kenneth
AUTO 500 - Math for Automotive Technology  0.00 Units
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88529 201 Lec T   06:00 PM—08:35 PM 09/05/17— 11/21/17 AT143  Ames, David
  201 Lec T   06:00 PM—08:35 PM 09/05/17— 11/21/17 AT143  Ames, David
AUTO 501 - English for Auto Technology  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
This course is ideal for students who want to understand the unique terminology commonly used in the automotive industry. This course will improve reading comprehension of typical automotive technical manuals and text books. Students will learn how to prepare work orders, repair documents, and common correspondence used in the automotive industry. This is a stand-alone course designed to improve the reading and writing skills of the automotive professional.
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90014 201 Lec TH   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AT138  Hernandez, Michael
BIOL 004A - General Principles & Cell Biol  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 013 and CHEM 001A; both with C or better
Recommended: Recently completed biology lecture and lab course with a grade of B or better in high school or college
BIOL-004A is the first course in a two term majors-sequence for students preparing for careers in the sciences, science education, or medicine. This lecture and laboratory course emphasizes the nature of science and the scientific method, fundamental principles and theories in biology at the molecular and cellular level. Topics will include biological chemistry, cell structure and function, bioenergetics, respiration, photosynthesis, cell reproduction, cell communication and regulation, genetics, microevolution, and laboratory techniques and experience. Field trips may be required.
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88533 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Baker, Jack
  201 Lab TTH   11:00 AM—02:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S113  Baker, Jack
88535 203 Lec TTH   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AF231  Morales, Rey
  203 Lab TTH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S113  Morales, Rey
BIOL 020 - Human Biology  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
This course introduces students to the form and function of the human body. BIOL-020 includes an overview of atoms and molecules, acids and bases, movement in solutions, important classes of biological molecules, the cell, human genetics, biotechnology, and issues in human ecology. Emphasis is on the basic anatomy and physiology of the body's major organ systems. The course is tailored for non-science majors and meets the General Education requirement for life science with a lab.
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88537 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Dorsa, Gene
  201 Lab M   12:15 PM—03:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S127  Dorsa, Gene
88538 202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Dorsa, Gene
  202 Lab W   12:15 PM—03:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S127  Dorsa, Gene
88539 203 Lec MW   03:45 PM—05:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Greuel, Bridget
  203 Lab M   05:20 PM—08:25 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S127  Greuel, Bridget
88540 204 Lec MW   03:45 PM—05:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Greuel, Bridget
  204 Lab W   05:20 PM—08:25 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S127  Greuel, Bridget
BIOL 021 - General Biology  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
This is an introductory biology course for non-science majors. The course covers the general principles and basic concepts of biology including the characteristics and classification of living systems, cells, metabolism, development, health, reproduction, genetics, evolution and ecology. This course may be a prerequisite, but it is not designed to fulfill requirements of the biology or pre-professional majors.
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88541 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC162  Rouhbakhsh, Dadbeh
  201 Lab T   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Rouhbakhsh, Dadbeh
88542 202 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC162  Rouhbakhsh, Dadbeh
  202 Lab TH   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Rouhbakhsh, Dadbeh
88543 203 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Lee, Terence
  203 Lab M   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Lee, Terence
Note: #88543 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88544 204 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Lee, Terence
  204 Lab W   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Lee, Terence
Note: #88544 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88545 205 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Moody, Karen
  205 Lab M   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Nakase, Dana
88546 206 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Moody, Karen
  206 Lab W   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Nakase, Dana
88547 207 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Tavana, Azita
  207 Lab T   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Tavana, Azita
Note: #88547 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88548 208 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Tavana, Azita
  208 Lab TH   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Tavana, Azita
Note: #88548 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88549 209 Lec S   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Hu, Ping
  209 Lab S   01:00 PM—04:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Hu, Ping
88550 210 Lec MW   05:15 PM—06:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Pallesen, Leif
  210 Lab M   06:50 PM—09:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Pallesen, Leif
88551 211 Lec MW   05:15 PM—06:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Pallesen, Leif
  211 Lab W   06:50 PM—09:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S112  Pallesen, Leif
BIOL 025 - Forensic Biology  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
This lecture-only science course is intended for those who have a general interest in the application of biological concepts to forensic science. Students will examine case studies involving crimes to demonstrate how the principles of science are used to analyze physical evidence. Scientific method, mathematical computations, and fundamental principles of physics, chemistry and biology will be applied to various forms of evidence to derive information about a crime scene.
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88552 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S150  Okuda, Mark
BIOL 061 - Human Heredity  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
This course discusses the importance of human heredity in our lives. Students will study the rapidly changing areas of human heredity including patterns of inheritance, specific genetic disorders, recombinant DNA and other genetic-based biotechnologies, the role of genetic counseling and genetic tests, reproductive therapies, and bioethics. This is a CSU/UC transferable general education life science course suitable for non-majors.
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88553 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S140  Hardin, Rosemary
88554 202 Lec MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S140  Mostafavi, Mohammad
88555 203 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Gonzalez, Alfred
88556 204 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S150  Gonzalez, Alfred
88557 205 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S150  Gonzalez, Alfred
BIOL 062 - Plants and Human Welfare-Io  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students are introduced to the world of plants and their ecological importance to humans. Topics include the impact of plants on development of civilizations; the need for conservation; and the role of plants in the total environment. Class meetings may be held at alternative off campus sites.
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88558 201 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 S129  Hays, Lisa
Note: #88558 This is an internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. Optional course orientation is held on campus. Students who cannot attend the orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date: Wednesday Sept 6 at 7PM in Sequoia S-129. Students not in attendance at the campus or online orientation will be dropped from the course. There will be a proctored examination on Saturday Nov 4 at 10:30AM or Monday Nov 6 at 7:30PM in Sequoia S-129 and students are required to bring valid identification. Students can attend either one of those times. Please email lisa.hays@evc.edu if additional information is needed.
BIOL 064 - Marine Biology  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
BIOL-64 is a lecture and laboratory course introducing students to the study of marine life. The course will cover physical and biological aspects of life in the sea including marine geology, physical oceanography, marine ecology, a comparative study of major marine taxa, and human exploitation and oceanic history. Special topics and required field trips to local marine habitats are an integral part of the course.
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88559 201 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S113  Baker, Jack
  201 Lab W   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S113  Baker, Jack
BIOL 065 - Wildlife Biology  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Recommended: A general science course at the high school level.
A General Biology course designed for non-science majors and carrying elective science transfer credit. Emphasis is on wildlife, and its relationship to ecological succession and conservation, energy, mass, and to ecological crises resulting from human exploitation and the explosion in human population. Field trips may be required.
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88560 201 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Moody, Karen
BIOL 071 - Human Anatomy  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: BIOL 021, with C or better
This course covers the structure of the human body including identifying parts, understanding interrelationships, and making clinical applications. Laboratory activity includes the study of models, dissection of a human cadaver and other selected mammalian organs, and use of the microscope to study different cell types and major tissue types. This course is primarily intended for nursing, OT, PT, RT, Chiropractic, and other health-related majors.
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88561 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Toyoshima, Janice
  201 Lab MW   08:40 AM—11:45 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S124  Toyoshima, Janice
Note: #88561 Do not miss the first lab meeting. This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88562 202 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Toyoshima, Janice
  202 Lab MW   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S124  Toyoshima, Janice
Note: #88562 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88563 203 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S150  Lee, Terence
  203 Lab TTH   10:00 AM—01:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S124  Lee, Terence
Note: #88563 Do not miss the first lab meeting. This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88564 204 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S150  Lee, Terence
  204 Lab TTH   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S124  Lee, Terence
Note: #88564 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
BIOL 072 - Human Physiology  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: BIOL 071 and (CHEM 001A or CHEM 015 or CHEM 030A) and MATH 013; all with C or better
Students are introduced to cellular physiology and metabolism. Students study the physiological processes of the human body systems including nervous, endocrine, muscular, urinary, respiratory, sensory, digestive, cardiovascular and reproductive. Other topics include disease and the loss of homeostasis in the body. This course is designed for college degrees in nursing, physical and occupational therapy, and certain science and preprofessional majors.
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88565 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC162  Chen, May
  201 Lab MW   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S129  Chen, May
Note: #88565 Do not miss the first lab meeting. This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88566 202 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC162  Chen, May
  202 Lab MW   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S129  Pang, Lisa
Note: #88566 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88567 203 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Hays, Lisa
  203 Lab TTH   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S129  Hays, Lisa
Note: #88567 Do not miss the first lab meeting.
88568 204 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S160  Hays, Lisa
  204 Lab TTH   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S129  Pang, Lisa
BIOL 074 - General Microbiology  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: (CHEM 001A or CHEM 015 or CHEM 030A) and (BIOL 004A or BIOL 071 or BIOL 072); all with C or better
General Microbiology covers the structure and activities of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, protozoa, fungi, helminths, and algae. This course also covers principles of microbial control, metabolism, environmental microorganism genetics, genetic engineering, disease, modes of infection, and immunity. Emphasis is on aseptic laboratory technique, and the application of microbiology to human welfare.
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88569 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AF231  Chen, May
  201 Lab TTH   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S123  Chen, May
Note: #88569 Do not miss the first lab meeting. This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88570 202 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AF231  Chen, May
  202 Lab TTH   01:55 PM—05:00 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S123  Chen, May
Note: #88570 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88571 203 Lec MW   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AF231  Tavana, Azita
  203 Lab MW   06:35 PM—09:40 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S123  Tavana, Azita
88572 204 Lec MW   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AF231  Tavana, Azita
  204 Lab MW   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S123  Tavana, Azita
Note: #88572 Do not miss the first lab meeting.
BIOL 080 - Biology Field Program  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
The Biology Field Program introduces students to the human and natural histories of a variety of ecosystems including the California seacoast, coastal and Sierra Nevada ranges, and deserts and canyon lands of the southwest. Emphasis will be given to general ecological principles, the flora and fauna of the areas visited, and the tenets of leave-no-trace. Each offering of the course focuses on one of the above areas, and involves on-campus lectures and the equivalent of one week in the field. Participation in the course requires camping, some hiking, and automobile travel. This course may be repeated for credit up to four times. Additional fees are required.
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88573 201 Lec F   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 09/15/17— 10/06/17 S109  Baker, Jack
  201 Lec F   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 09/15/17— 10/06/17 S109  Hays, Lisa
  201 Lab   09/29/17— 10/15/17 OFC  Hays, Lisa
  201 Lab   09/29/17— 10/15/17 OFC  Baker, Jack
Note: #88573 Discover extraordinary land forms and natural history of where the ocean meets the shoreline at Point Reyes National Seashore and the Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary. The course begins with on-campus orientation and instruction (required), but then we're off into the field! We'll spend two weekend outings in two very different coastal regions. The first weekend we will explore Pt. Reyes National Seashore and the legacy of the San Andreas Fault. The second weekend outing takes us to Monterey Bay, and includes kayaking and a trip to the world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. In addition to the advantage and adventure of learning about nature in nature, you will also earn one unit of biology credit. And you can have a whole lot of fun doing it. ON-CAMPUS CLASS MEETINGS (3): Fridays - September 15th & 22nd, and October 6th, 6:00-8:25 PM, in the Natural History Museum (S-109). FIELD TRIPS (2 weekends): Fri-Sun, 9/29-10/1, Pt. Reyes; Fri-Sun, 10/13-10/15, Monterey Bay. Additional fees are required. For further information please contact the course instructors: Jack Baker (jack.baker@evc.edu) or Lisa Hays (lisa.hays@evc.edu)
BIS 007 - Bus. Writing Skills  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math:
Students will review and apply Business English skills for business letter writing. Grammar, word and number usage, punctuation, vocabulary, spelling and other mechanics will be covered. The Internet and technological forms of communication used today will be reviewed.
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88428 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Carty, Lorenda
BIS 012 - Business Document Production  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Some keyboarding experience; or beginning keyboarding class
Students will learn to create and format business documents such as letters, memos, tables, reports, and employment documents. Standard industry requirements will be covered and emphasized. Students will learn how to produce documents that mirror or meet industry requirements. Speed and accuracy will be emphasized. Students will be able to produce an error-free document at the end of the course.
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88430 201 Lec M   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Martin, Randy
  201 Lab M   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Martin, Randy
BIS 016 - Med Front Office  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Prior keyboarding experience; BIS 007
This course teaches skills that are required in the healthcare office environment such as appointment scheduling, processing medical forms, transcription of medical documents, and handling patients. Students will work with a software application such as Medisoft. Hands-on experience is emphasized for all required tasks.
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88431 201 Lec TH   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Siqueiros, Patricia
  201 Lab TH   07:30 PM—08:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Siqueiros, Patricia
BIS 017 - Medical Terminology  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
The medical professions, healthcare settings, and medical forms and documents will be reviewed. Emphasis will be placed on mastering medical terms, abbreviations, spelling rules for component parts, body systems, combining forms, prefixes, and suffixes. Students will learn to use medical terms correctly in medical forms and documents. Students will also learn how to handle patient confidentiality in healthcare offices.
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88432 201 Lec W   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/06/17— 10/25/17 AC264  Maroudas, Patricia
88433 202 Lec F   10:00 AM—11:30 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Siqueiros, Patricia
  202 Hybrid   09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Siqueiros, Patricia
Note: #88433 This is an Internet hybrid course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. A mandatory course orientation is held on-campus. Students who cannot attend the orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation Friday, September 9 at 10:00 AM in room AC-264. Students not in attendance at the campus or online orientation will be dropped from the course. There will be an on-campus, proctored, mid-term exam on October 27 at 10:00 AM in room AC-264. Then, there will be a proctored final exam on December 15 at 10:00 AM in room AC-264, and students are required to bring valid identification. Please email patricia.siqueiros@evc.edu if you need additional information.
BIS 102 - Microsoft Excel  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Introductory and advanced Excel topics will be covered in this course, including formulas, functions, formatting, themes, cell styles, charts, diagrams and general management of worksheets. Advanced topics include conditional formatting, tables, financial functions, lookup functions, what-if analysis, pivot tables/charts, summarization and consolidation of data.
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88436 201 Lec M   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Powell, Johnny
  201 Lab M   08:35 PM—09:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Powell, Johnny
88437 202 Lec W   12:15 PM—02:40 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Chumbley, Sally
  202 Lab W   02:50 PM—04:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Chumbley, Sally
88438 203 Lec TH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Walters, Kevin
  203 Hybrid   09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Walters, Kevin
Note: #88438 This is an Internet hybrid course. This course consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. The required orientation is on Thursday, September 7 at 6:00 PM in room AD-143. Required on campus meeting dates for the three proctored tests are October 5, November 9 and December 21 at 6:00 PM in room AD-143. There is an optional lab on December 7 at 6:00 PM in room AD-143. Email your instructor with any questions at: kevin.walters@evc.edu. Please be sure to include "BIS 102" in the email subject.
BIS 109 - MS Office  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: CIT 010
Students will gain practical experience in creating business documents using the current version of the Microsoft Office applications. Students will learn to create, format and integrate Word and Excel documents, Access databases and PowerPoint presentations.
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88439 201 Lec W   06:00 PM—08:25 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Walters, Kevin
  201 Lab W   08:35 PM—09:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD143  Walters, Kevin
BIS 138 - Work Experience  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a career program (e.g., education plan or coursework in a career/occupational subject area). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Occupational Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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89120 201 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC214  Espinoza, Janina
Note: Please go online to http://www.evc.edu/current-students/student-success/transfer-ca reer-center/work-experience to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, September 6, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. room SC-250; Thursday, September 7, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Friday, September 8, 10:00 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. room SC-250; Monday, September 11, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Tuesday, September 12, 3:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. room SC-250.
BIS 160 - Computerized Medical Billing  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students will be introduced to the billing process used in the medical offices today. Health insurance information will be covered. Students will learn to complete common medical insurance forms using a computer-based program. The medical billing career will be discussed. The claims process will be emphasized.
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88440 201 Lec W   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Wood, Ivan
  201 Lab W   07:30 PM—08:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Wood, Ivan
BIS 162 - Medical Coding  2.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: BIS 017
Students will learn step-by-step coding used in the medical field. The use of the CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) and ICD 9 (International Classification of Diseases) manuals will be covered. All codes used in the billing process in the medical environment will be covered. Students can use this course to help them prepare for the medical coding certification exam.
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88441 201 Lec T   06:00 PM—07:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Maroudas, Patricia
BUS 006 - Intro to Small Business Mgmt.  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
This course explores the complex process of entrepreneurship from identifying a viable business idea, to creating a successful start-up, including planning for growth and continuing innovation, as well as avoiding pitfalls while launching an idea into a business. This course provides a good introduction for individuals seeking to create and manage a start-up business.
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88442 201 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101A  Lawson, Cecil
BUS 009 - Entrepreneurship  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Students will study the principles of entrepreneurship, and focus on the entrepreneurial process, opportunity recognition, entry strategies, market opportunities, the development of a successful business plan, and making financial projections. The material is presented through methodologies of lecture, discussion, current events, Internet research, case studies, and computerized assignments.
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88444 201 Lec W   06:00 PM—09:25 PM 09/20/17— 12/20/17 C202  Lawson, Cecil
BUS 060 - Business Statistics  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 013 with C or better
This course introduces statistics with an emphasis on business applications. Students will learn how to collect, analyze, interpret, and present numerical data for the purpose of making more effective decisions. Topics include: collection and presentation of data, measures of central value and spread, probability, sampling and the sampling distribution of the sample average, estimation via confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, and regression and correlation. This course requires the use of quantitative skills acquired in intermediate algebra and finite math.
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88445 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Shaner, Christina
88446 202 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Shaner, Christina
BUS 071 - Legal Environment of Business  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Students study laws and regulations affecting business decisions including legal concepts and cases in the areas of ethics, business torts, contracts, consumer and merchant sales, competition, environment, agency, employment and business organizations.
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88447 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA232  Gee, Henry
88448 202 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA232  Gee, Henry
88449 203 Lec W   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Bohn, Charles
88450 204 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Ruppenthal, Rama
Note: #88450 This is an Internet-based online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Wednesday, September 6 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm in room LE-228. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students who do not attend the orientation or contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation will be dropped from the course. There will be a required, in-person examination on: Wednesday, October 25 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm in room LE-228 and students must bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email rama.ruppenthal@evc.edu for additional information.
BUS 082 - Introduction to Business  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 2
Students are introduced to the business functions and practices as they have developed over time in the U.S. Students will be introduced to topics such as organizational structure and behavior, management, marketing, finance and accounting, operations and information systems, and ethical responsibilities of corporations. Special emphasis will be placed on the emergence of global business, its impact and the significance of small businesses.
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88451 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA232  Gee, Henry
88452 202 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A6212  Gee, Henry
88453 203 Lec TH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Gee, Henry
88454 204 Lec TH   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE231  Pham, Ly-Huong
  204 Hybrid   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE231  Pham, Ly-Huong
Note: #88454 This is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. A mandatory course orientation is held on-campus: Thursday, September 7, 2017 12:15pm-2:05pm in room LE-231. Students not in attendance at the campus will be dropped from the course. There will be proctored examinations on Thursdays October 12, November 9, and December 21, 2017, 12:15pm-2:05pm in room LE-231 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please email Ly Pham at ly-huong.pham@evc.edu if you need additional information.
BUS 138 - Work Experience  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a career program (e.g., education plan or coursework in a career/occupational subject area). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Occupational Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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Instructor
89121 201 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC214  Espinoza, Janina
Note: Please go online to http://www.evc.edu/current-students/student-success/transfer-ca reer-center/work-experience to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, September 6, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. room SC-250; Thursday, September 7, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Friday, September 8, 10:00 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. room SC-250; Monday, September 11, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Tuesday, September 12, 3:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. room SC-250.
CADD 130 - Fundamentals of AutoCAD  3.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: Basic computer skills
This course is a Computer-Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) course in which the students will learn the fundamentals of using AutoCADĀ® software. The students will learn basic CADD techniques that are used to: draw and edit drawing entities; manipulate screen displays; write text; lay out drawings; print and plot drawings; apply dimensions; and manage drawing files. An introduction to computer use will be included in this course and previous knowledge of computers or computer programming is not required.
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88615 201 Lec T   06:30 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB103  Hitchcock, John
  201 Lab TH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB101  Hitchcock, John
CADD 133 - Using Autodesk Inventor  2.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Recommended: Basic computer skills.
Inventor is a feature-based, solid modeling tool intended for people who want to create and develop mechanical designs in a 3-D environment. This course is a computer-aided drafting and design (CADD) course wherein the students will learn the fundamentals of Autodesk Inventor software.
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Instructor
88617 201 Lab S   09:00 AM—03:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB101  Hitchcock, John
CADD 134 - Adv Autodesk Inventor  2.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Recommended: Prior Autodesk Inventor training and/or experience is recommended.
This advanced Autodesk Inventor course extends what was learned in the Using Autodesk Inventor course by addressing topics that include advanced model creation techniques, sheet metal design, top-down assemblies, use of design elements, and creation of presentations.
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Instructor
88618 201 Lab S   09:00 AM—03:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB101  Hitchcock, John
CADD 138 - Work Experience  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a career program (e.g., education plan or coursework in a career/occupational subject area). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Occupational Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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Room
Instructor
89122 201 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC214  Espinoza, Janina
Note: Please go online to http://www.evc.edu/current-students/student-success/transfer-care er-center/work-experience to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, September 6, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. room SC-250; Thursday, September 7, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Friday, September 8, 10:00 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. room SC-250; Monday, September 11, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Tuesday, September 12, 3:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. room SC-250.
CADD 139 - Using Solidworks  2.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Solidworks is a feature-based, solid modeling tool intended for people who want to create and develop mechanical designs in a 3-D environment. This course is a computer-aided drafting and design (CADD) course wherein the students will learn the fundamentals of Solidworks software.
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Room
Instructor
88619 201 Lab S   09:00 AM—03:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB101  Hitchcock, John
CADD 141 - Design Using Creo - Solidworks  2.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Recommended: CADD 140A or equivalent coursework or work experience
This course is geared towards students who wants to learn engineering design while learning the 3D modeling using Creo or SolidWorks. This course focuses on applying Creo Parametric or SolidWorks as a design tool. Design steps, geometrical tolerancing, and the creation of detail and assembly drawing documentation will be covered. Analysis of current design practices and/or manufacturing processes will be included through research of standards, catalogs, data sheets, drawings, and other reference sources.
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88620 201 Lab S   09:00 AM—03:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB101  Hitchcock, John
CHEM 001A - General Chemistry  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: CHEM 015 and MATH 013, both with C or better
This course is required for students majoring in biology, chemistry, geology, physics, forestry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, dentistry, and medicine. Chem 001A also meets the one semester chemistry requirement for all engineering majors. This course covers basic chemical principles: atomic structure, bonding, periodicity, nomenclature, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, physical states of matter, solutions, acids and bases, and dynamic equilibrium. The role that chemistry plays in everyday life, industry, and human welfare is emphasized.
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Instructor
88577 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Srinivasan, Preeti
  201 Lab MW   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA203  Srinivasan, Preeti
Note: #88577 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88578 202 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Srinivasan, Preeti
  202 Lab MW   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA203  Srinivasan, Preeti
Note: #88578 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88579 203 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Brown, Bonnie
  203 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA203  Brown, Bonnie
CHEM 001B - General Chemistry  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: CHEM 001A with C or better
This course is a continuation of Chemistry 001A, the second semester of a one year college level general chemistry sequence. The content includes thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, coordination compounds, nuclear chemistry, and organic chemistry. The laboratory emphasizes qualitative and quantitative analyses of inorganic compounds and introduces electronic instrumentation. The course is required for students majoring in physical and biological sciences and pre-professional majors such as pre-medicine and dentistry. The course also completes the basic chemistry requirements for students majoring in chemical and materials engineering.
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88580 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD211  Valentin, Jose
  201 Lab MW   12:45 PM—03:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC160  Valentin, Jose
CHEM 012A - Organic Chemistry  5.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: CHEM 001B with C or better
This is the first semester of a year-long comprehensive organic chemistry course with emphasis on structure, reaction mechanisms and their kinetics. Topics include nomenclature, stereochemistry, mechanisms, reactions, and spectroscopic studies of organic compounds. Problem-solving techniques will be used to elucidate mechanistic, structural and stereochemical features of reactions and molecules. Lecture and laboratory will cover synthesis, isolation, purification, elucidation and identification of organic structures, instrumental methods and data interpretation.
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Instructor
88581 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA113  Valentin, Jose
  201 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA211  Srinivasan, Preeti
90248 202 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA113  Valentin, Jose
  202 Lab TTH   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA211  Valentin, Jose
CHEM 015 - Fundamentals of Chemistry  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with P grade
Recommended: MATH 013 may be taken prior or concurrent with CHEM 015.
Chemistry 015 covers the fundamentals of modern inorganic chemistry with emphasis on atomic structure, chemical bonding, chemical formulas, nomenclature, equations, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions and related topics. Chemistry 015 is intended primarily as a preparation for the Chemistry 001A and 001B sequence. The central nature of chemistry among other branches of science is stressed, and examples of the important role that chemistry plays in our lives are presented. The course also meets the general education requirements for a laboratory science.
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88582 201 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Aronowitz, Yvonne
  201 Lab T   10:00 AM—01:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA209  Aronowitz, Yvonne
Note: #88582 Do not miss the first lab meeting.
88583 202 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Aronowitz, Yvonne
  202 Lab TH   10:00 AM—01:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA209  Aronowitz, Yvonne
88584 203 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Brown, Bonnie
  203 Lab W   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA209  Brown, Bonnie
88585 204 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Brown, Bonnie
  204 Lab M   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA209  Brown, Bonnie
Note: #88585 Do not miss the first lab meeting.
88586 205 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Brown, Bonnie
  205 Lab W   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA209  Brown, Bonnie
Note: #88586 Affirm Program course; All students are welcome to register.
CHEM 030A - Intro to Chemistry  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with C or better
This course covers the basic principles of chemistry. Content includes measurements; matter and energy; atomic structure, periodicity; chemical bonding and nomenclature; chemical reactions and equations; gases, solutions and colloids; oxygen, hydrogen and water; and acids, bases and salts. CHEM 030A is a prerequisite for microbiology and physiology and is designed to meet the chemistry requirements for nursing and other allied health majors. This course meets the General Education requirements for a laboratory science.
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88587 201 Lec MW   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Valentin, Jose
  201 Lab M   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA207  Chau, Charles
Note: #88587 Do not miss the first lab meeting. This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88588 202 Lec MW   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Valentin, Jose
  202 Lab W   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA207  Chau, Charles
Note: #88588 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88589 203 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Valentin, Jose
  203 Lab T   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA207  Puga, Jose
Note: #88589 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88590 204 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Valentin, Jose
  204 Lab TH   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA207  Puga, Jose
Note: #88590 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88591 205 Lec TTH   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Chau, Charles
  205 Lab T   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA207  Chau, Charles
Note: #88591 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88592 206 Lec TTH   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA217  Chau, Charles
  206 Lab TH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA207  Chau, Charles
Note: #88592 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88593 207 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA215  Chau, Charles
  207 Lab M   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA207  Chau, Charles
Note: #88593 Do not miss the first lab meeting. This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88594 208 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA215  Chau, Charles
  208 Lab W   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA207  Chau, Charles
Note: #88594 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
CII 205 - Introductory Keyboarding  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
This course is a self-paced individualized study course offered to students with very little or no experience on a computer. Students will be introduced to computer keyboarding. Practical experience is emphasized. This course prepares students for a more comprehensive BIS keyboarding class. Students pursuing BIS certificates should enroll in BIS 11A instead of this course.
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88456 201 Lab M   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE231  Walters, Kevin
CII 215 - Introductory Word Processing  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
This course is a self-paced individualized course offered to students with very little or no experience on a computer. Students will be introduced to computer word processing. Emphasis is on practical experience. The course is targeted for students who have little (or no) experience with word processing. This course prepares students for a more comprehensive BIS word processing class and gives students the skills to complete their school assignments.
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88457 201 Lab TH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE231  Wise, Sandra
CII 275 - Basic Computer Literacy  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
This is a self-paced individualized study course which introduces basic computer skills that are recommended for EVC students. Topics covered include definition and introduction to word processing, graphics, computer-assisted instruction, Internet, and email. Emphasis is on practical experience such as mouse moves, starting and exiting programs, renaming, saving and retrieving files, and general computer terms.
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88459 201 Lab M   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE231  Walters, Kevin
CIT 010 - Computer and Info Technology  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
This course is an examination of information systems in business. Students will focus on information systems, database management systems, networking, e-commerce, ethics and security, computer systems hardware and software components. Application of these concepts and methods will be through hands-on projects developing computer-based solutions to business problems.
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88460 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Eisenberg, J
  201 Lab W   10:45 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Eisenberg, J
88461 202 Lec W   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD221  Eisenberg, J
  202 Lab W   09:15 PM—10:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD221  Eisenberg, J
88463 203 Lec S   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Eftekhari, Kamran
  203 Lab S   12:15 PM—01:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC264  Eftekhari, Kamran
88464 204 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD221  Shaner, Christina
Note: #88464 This is an Internet course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. The instructor will contact enrolled students through their email address listed in MyWeb regarding the online orientation. There is an optional on campus orientation on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 4:00 pm in AD-221 where students will have the opportunity to participate in guided exercises using the software in the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the final exam on Monday, December 18 in AD-221 starting anytime from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm and are required to bring valid identification. Email your instructor with any questions at tina.shaner@evc.edu
88465 205 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD221  Shaner, Christina
Note: #88465 This is an Internet course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. The instructor will contact enrolled students through their email address listed in MyWeb regarding the online orientation. There is an optional on campus orientation on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 4:00 pm in AD-221 where students will have the opportunity to participate in guided exercises using the software in the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the final exam on Monday, December 18 in AD-221 starting anytime from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm and are required to bring valid identification. Email your instructor with any questions at tina.shaner@evc.edu
88466 206 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Lam, Loc
Note: #88466 This is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Friday, September 8, 2017 at 12:15 p.m. in room AC252. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on Friday, December 8, 2017 at 12:15 p.m. in room AC252 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Email your instructor with any questions at: loc.lam@evc.edu.
CIT 020 - Program Design and Development  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: MATH 013 with a C grade or better
This course is an introduction to computer programming and the fundamentals of application development. The focus is on problem solving and program design, including analysis, data structures, programming logic, and fundamental design techniques for event-driven programs. Students will code their designs in a modern programming language and development platform. Debugging and testing will be treated as extensions of the coding task.
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88467 201 Lec MW   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Lam, Loc
  201 Lab MW   07:00 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Lam, Loc
88468 202 Lec S   09:00 AM—10:50 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Eisenberg, J
  202 Lab S   11:00 AM—02:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Eisenberg, J
CIT 040 - Web Design I-Io  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Knowledge of Internet, equivalent to material taught in CIT 010. Familiarity with file manager; ability to use a simple text editor such as Notepad
This course teaches basic skills in HTML and design/layout concepts. These techniques will be used to design, develop and maintain professional Web sites.
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88469 201 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Lam, Loc
Note: #88469 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. in room AC252. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. in room AC252 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Email your instructor with any questions at: loc.lam@evc.edu.
CIT 044 - Java Programming-Ih  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: Knowledge of programming equivalent to that taught in either CIT 020, CIT 042, CIT 024, or COMSC 75.
This course is intended for students with some knowledge of programming who want to develop Java applets and stand-alone applications. Java interfaces, class inheritance, and exceptions will be covered. Applications covering I/O and graphics will also be addressed.
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88470 201 Lec F   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Lam, Loc
  201 Hybrid   09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Lam, Loc
Note: #88470 This is an Internet hybrid course that consists of a combination of time online and time on campus. The course orientation will be held on Friday, September 8, 2017 at 9:15 a.m. in room AC252. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored midterm exam and final exam. The midterm exam will be held on Friday, October 20, 2017 at 9:15 a.m. in room AC252. The final exam will be held on Friday, December 8, 2017 at 9:15 a.m. in room AC252. Email the instructor with any questions at: loc.lam@evc.edu.
CIT 050 - Introduction to Unix/Linux-Io  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Computer literacy
This is an introductory course in the UNIX/ Linux operating system. It covers a basic editor, file and directory manipulation, processes, standard files, access permission, mail, write and talk. The course also addresses the bash shell, including the shell command line, setup, customizing the shell environment, the alias mechanism, pipes, filters, and I/O redirection. Additionally, document formatting packages and system administration are briefly introduced.
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88471 201 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC252  Lam, Loc
Note: #88471 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in room AC252. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in room AC252 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Email your instructor with any questions at: loc.lam@evc.edu.
COMS 010 - Interpersonal Communication  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course provides students with an understanding of basic principles of general and interpersonal communication. It enables them to develop better interpersonal effectiveness through discussion of both effective and ineffective communication techniques, emphasizing the practice of constructive interactive skills.
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88250 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C204  Lee, Peter
88251 202 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C204  Rowe, Karen
88252 203 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C202  Rowe, Karen
88253 204 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C204  Sheahan, Jerome
88254 205 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Rowe, Karen
COMS 018 - Intro to Communication Studies  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students examine the discipline of communication studies with emphasis on multiple epistemological, theoretical, and methodological issues relevant to the systematic inquiry and pursuit of knowledge about human communication. Students explore the basic history, assumptions, principles, processes, variables, methods, and specializations of human communication as an academic field of study.
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88255 201 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C202  Carrion, John
COMS 020 - Oral Communication  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students are taught the skills of speechmaking. Students focus on the following basic elements: rhetorical theory, researching, organizing and outlining a topic, analyzing an audience, effective use of language, ethics, effective presentation aids, critical listening, credibility, and physical delivery. Students will be required to attend speech activities outside of the classroom environment.
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88256 201 Lec MW   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Carrion, John
88257 202 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Carrion, John
88258 203 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C208  Carrion, John
88259 204 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Rowe, Karen
88260 205 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Rowe, Karen
88261 206 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Carrion, John
88262 207 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Rowe, Karen
88263 208 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C204  Capurso, James
88264 209 Lec M   09:15 AM—12:30 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C202  Gill, Ambica
  209   09/05/17— 12/21/17 C202  Gill, Ambica
Note: #88264 ASPIRE Program; All students are welcome to enroll. This is an Internet hybrid course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. A mandatory course orientation is held on-campus. Sep 11th at 9:15 AM in room C202. Students not in attendance at the campus will be dropped from the course. Required campus meeting dates are on Saturdays: Mondays: Sep 11th, Oct 2, Oct 30, and Dec 18 in room C202. There will be a proctored examination on Dec 18th at 9:15 AM in room C202 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please email ambica.gill@evc.edu if you need additional information.
88265 210 Lec S   09:15 AM—12:30 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Gill, Ambica
  210 Hybrid   09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Gill, Ambica
Note: #88265 This is an Internet hybrid course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. A mandatory course orientation is held on-campus. Sep 9th at 9:15 AM in room C203. Students not in attendance at the campus will be dropped from the course. Required campus meeting dates are on Saturdays: Sep 9, Oct 7, Nov 4, and Dec 16th in room C203. There will be a proctored examination on Dec 16th at 9:15 AM in room C202 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please email ambica.gill@evc.edu if you need additional information.
90270 211 Lec TTH   10:15 AM—11:45 AM 09/05/17— 12/14/17 OFC  Lee, Peter
Note: #90270 (LCPA) Latino College Preparatory Academy
91270 212 Lec TTH   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 10/31/17— 12/21/17 C205  Zamora, Levy Nino
COMS 035 - Intercultural Communication  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students study communication transactions among members of differing cultures including definitions, perceptions, models, patterns, values, beliefs, customs, and attitudes that affect intercultural communication. Students will examine culture-specific modes of communication and identify factors that impede effective intercultural understanding.
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88266 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C202  Gill, Ambica
COMS 040 - Intro. to Argumentation  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course provides students with an understanding of how to support intelligent decision making by using reasoned discourse. This course will covers instruction in logical analysis of modern controversies, the formulation of propositions for argument, construction of arguments, and application through discussion and debate. This course emphasizes the importance of competent advocacy in a free society.
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88267 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C105  Lee, Peter
88268 202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C207  Threet, Douglas
88269 203 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C208  Gill, Ambica
Note: #88269 ASPIRE Program course. See ASPIRE counselor to enroll.
88270 204 Lec F   09:15 AM—12:30 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Gill, Ambica
  204 Hybrid   09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Gill, Ambica
Note: #88270 This is an Internet hybrid course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. A mandatory course orientation is held on-campus. Sep 8th at 9:15AM in room C203. Students not in attendance at the campus will be dropped from the course. Required campus meeting dates are on Fridays: Sep 8, Oct 6, Nov 3, and Dec 8 in room C203. There will be a proctored examination on Friday, Dec 8th at 9:15 AM in room C203 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please email ambica.gill@evc.edu if you need additional information.
COMS 045 - Small Group Communication  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students study communication and decision making within the group context. Concepts such as group interaction; leadership, status and power; conflict and cohesiveness; rules and roles; verbal and nonverbal messages and problem-solving will be investigated.
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88271 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C202  Threet, Douglas
88272 202 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Carrion, John
Note: #88272 ASPIRE Program course.
88273 203 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA202  Sheahan, Jerome
COMSC 020 - Introduction to Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: Basic knowledge of computer usage and keyboarding skills
This course is an introduction to basic computer programming concepts using both the procedural and an object-oriented paradigm. It is intended for non-computer science majors, and for students interested in COMSC 075 but would like a more gradual entry into computing fundamentals. Topics include hands-on practice with software engineering tools, simple programs, variables, control structures, functions, input/output and introduction to abstraction. Specifications, adherence to style guidelines, and the importance of testing to ensure that programs are usable, robust and modifiable, will be addressed throughout the course.
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88630 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA116  Estrada, J Henry
  201 Lab TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA114  Estrada, J Henry
COMSC 072 - Discrete Math  4.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: MATH 021 and 022 or MATH 025; all with C or better
This course is an introduction to the discrete and combinatorial mathematics that serves as a foundation for advanced courses in mathematics and computer science. Topics include logic, predicates and quantifiers, validity of argument, mathematical proof techniques (including induction), sets, Boolean algebras, recursive algorithms, functions, relations, elementary number theory, combinatorics, discrete probability, and an introduction to graphs and trees.
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88631 201 Lec MW   06:00 PM—07:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA215  Ho, Chungwu
COMSC 075 - Computer Science I  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: MATH 021 and 022, or Math 025, all with C or better
This course is an introduction to computer programming concepts from a computer science perspective. Programming structures of sequential, selection and repetition are covered using a high-level object oriented language. Using existing classes and creating classes, methods, argument passing, program and data abstraction (including arrays) are covered. Documentation, programming style, and program design and development are addressed throughout the course.
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88632 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA114  Estrada, J Henry
  201 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA114  Estrada, J Henry
88633 202 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA114  Estrada, J Henry
  202 Lab TTH   07:30 PM—08:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA114  Estrada, J Henry
COMSC 076 - Computer Science II  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: COMSC 075 with C or better
This course covers fundamental data structures, including linear lists, stacks, queues, trees, and other linked structures, arrays, strings, and hash tables. Software engineering techniques will be applied to the design and development of large programming projects in an object-oriented environment. The course also covers abstract data types and algorithms for searching and sorting.
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88634 201 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA215  Estrada, J Henry
  201 Lab TTH   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA114  Estrada, J Henry
COUNS 013 - Career Planning  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course assists students with career/major selection. Students will identify personal interests, abilities, goals, values, and lifestyle preferences. Students will examine career trends and opportunities, employment outlook and the nature of today's workplace. Students will learn about personal and professional planning as it relates to careers through job search techniques, resume writing, interviewing, career building and realistic decision making.
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89105 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101A  Payne, Flora
89106 202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA104  Saldana, Maria Elena
89107 203 Lec TTH   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C206  Perkins, Patricia
89108 204 Lec TTH   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Mena, Andrea
89109 205 Lec TTH   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101A  Sterbenz, Antonia
89110 206 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125  Saldana, Maria Elena
COUNS 014 - College Success-Win  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course surveys effective study skills and methods by contrasting ineffective study habits with techniques that maximize learning and memory. Emphasis is on promoting healthy changes in lifestyle that manage stress, improve health and overall well-being. Techniques to change behavior such as setting goals, managing time, increasing concentration, and controlling procrastination are practiced. Lecture topics include effective listening and note-taking skills, textbook reading, marking and vocabulary systems, memory strategies, and research paper methods using library resources. This course orientates students to transition to college course expectations and procedures. (Formerly GUIDE-095)
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89111 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—03:20 PM 10/30/17— 12/21/17 C205  Overton, Mimi
Note: #89111 WIN Program course.
89112 202 Lec MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C202  Anderson, Caritha
89113 203 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE231  Kristich, Elaine
Note: #89113 This is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus or online. Enrolled students must attend ONE of the two orientations on Tuesday, Sept. 5th, 5-7pm in LE-231 or email instructor to schedule an online orientation (elaine.ortiz-kristich@evc.edu). Students not attending one of the scheduled orientations will be dropped from the course. Students who are waitlisted and wish to add the class MUST attend the face-to-face orientation on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 5-7pm in LE-231. The proctored examination will be announced at that time. Email elaine.ortiz-kristich@evc.edu if additional information is needed.
89114 204 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C105  Anderson, Caritha
89115 205 Lec TTH   01:40 PM—03:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/14/17 OFC  Hayes, Yolanda
Note: #89115 ESUHSD; Class is held at Yerba Buna High School
89116 206 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE231  Deng, Hanh
Note: #89116 This is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/ internet literate. Mandatory course orientation is held on campus or online. Enrolled students must attend ONE of the two scheduled orientations on Wednesday, Sept. 6th, 3-4pm in LE-231or email instructor to schedule an online orientation (hanh.deng@evc.edu). Students not attending one of the scheduled orientations will be dropped from the course. Students who are waitlisted and wish to add the class MUST attend the face-to-face orientation on Wednesday, Sept. 6th, 3-4pm in LE-231. The proctored examination is on Thursday, Nov. 9th, 3:30-4:30pm in LE 231, and students are required to bring valid identification. Email hanh.deng@evc.edu if additional information is needed.
90075 207 Lec F   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C202  Garcia, Laura
90076 208 Lec F   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C204  Kost, Catherine
90085 212 Lec TTH   01:40 PM—03:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/14/17 OFC  Senter, Christine
Note: #90085 College Connection Academy, Yerba Buena High School
90086 213 Lec TTH   01:40 PM—03:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/14/17 OFC  Pereida, Rosa
Note: #90086 College Connection Academy, Yerba Buena High School
90087 214 Lec TTH   01:40 PM—03:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/14/17 OFC  White, Tracie
Note: #90087 College Connection Academy, Yerba Buena High School
COUNS 015 - Blueprint for Success  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course is designed to develop students' personal effectiveness in school and in life. Students will explore and clarify their belief systems, values, and attitudes; identify personal strengths and weaknesses; examine and identify psychological and societal barriers; and overcome obstacles to success through mental strategies and techniques such as time and stress management, study techniques and goal setting. (Formerly GUIDE-085)
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89176 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:40 PM 10/17/17— 11/16/17 C101A  Payne, Flora
DANCE 002 - Dance Appreciation  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will explore dance from an aesthetic, historic, and cultural point of view. Students will examine the elements of dance including body, space, time, and dynamic qualities and develop a vocabulary with which to analyze and write critically about dance. Dance will be explored in many of its genres including social dance, jazz dance, ballet, modern, and dance from cultures around the globe from historical and contemporary perspectives. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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88274 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA105  Falvey, Elizabeth
DANCE 019 - Jazz Dance, Fundamentals  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Students will be introduced to the fundamental skills of jazz dance technique. Students will learn primary positions, isolations, and locomotor movements. Exploration of movement qualities, basic rhythms, and musical phrasing unique to jazz dance, will be a focus of the course. The student will gain an appreciation of his/her own unique body in relation to jazz dance as a dynamic art form. Attendance at a live performance may be required.
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88275 201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA116  Falvey, Elizabeth
DANCE 020 - Jazz Dance, Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: DANCE 019, or previous dance experience
Students will be introduced to beginning skills of jazz dance technique. The student will integrate beginning positions, isolations, and locomotor movements into full body actions and explore movement qualities, polyrhythms, and musical phrasing unique to jazz dance. The student will gain an appreciation of his/her own unique body in relation to jazz dance as a dynamic art form. Attendance at a live performance may be required. It is recommended that studetns take DANCE 019, Jazz Dance, Fundamentals, or have some previous dance experience before taking this course.
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88276 201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA116  Falvey, Elizabeth
DANCE 021 - Jazz Dance, Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DANCE 020 with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
This course works to develop the student's artistry and jazz dance technique at the intermediate level. The student will apply theory and technique with attention to musicality and performance in the execution of intermediate jazz dance combinations. The course will draw from the beginning level class while increasing the difficulty in coordination, complexity, tempo, stamina, artistry, and the use of vocabulary. Attendance at a live performance may be required.
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88277 201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA116  Falvey, Elizabeth
DANCE 022 - Social Dance  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will learn basic steps, rhythms, and partnering techniques for various social dance forms of European and Latin American origins including Merengue, Waltz, Rhumba, Cha-Cha, Salsa, and Swing Dance. Stylistic origins and evolution in social and historical contexts will also be discussed.
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88278 201 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA116  Falvey, Elizabeth
DANCE 022B - Intermediate Social Dance  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 022 with C or better
This course works to develop the students' artistry and technique of Social Dance at an intermediate level. Students will learn intermediate steps, rhythms, and partnering techniques for various social dance forms of European and Latin American origins including Merengue, Waltz, Rhumba, Cha-Cha, Salsa, and Swing Dance. Stylistic origins and evolution in social and historical contexts will also be discussed.
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88282 201 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA116  Falvey, Elizabeth
DANCE 022C - High-Intermediate Social Dance  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: DANCE 022B with a C or better
This course works to develop the students' artistry and technique of Social Dance at a High-intermediate level. Students will learn high-intermediate steps, rhythms, and partnering techniques for various social dance forms of European and Latin American origins such as the Merengue, Waltz, Rhumba, Cha-Cha, Salsa, and Swing Dance. Other social dance forms may be covered. Stylistic origins and evolution in social and historical contexts will also be discussed.
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90354 202 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA116  Falvey, Elizabeth
DANCE 049 - Modern Dance, Fundamentals  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Students will be introduced to fundamental skills of modern dance technique. Students will learn basic positions, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns, level changes, and spatial orientation. The student will gain an appreciation of her/his own unique body in relation to modern dance as an expressive art form. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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88279 201 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA116  Falvey, Elizabeth
DANCE 050 - Modern Dance, Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: DANCE 049, or previous dance experience
Students will be introduced to beginning skills of modern dance technique. The student will learn basic positions, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns and level changes. The student will learn about spatial orientation and will gain an understanding and appreciation of her/his own unique body in relation to dance as an expressive art form. It is recommended that students take DANCE 049, Modern Dance, Fundamentals, or have some previous dance experience before taking the class. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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88280 201 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA116  Falvey, Elizabeth
DANCE 051 - Modern Dance, Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: DANCE 050 with C or better, or assessment based on instructor evaluation
Students will be working at an intermediate level modern dance technique. Focus will be on intermediate level positions, gestures, traveling and jumping steps, turns, level changes and spatial orientation. The student will work towards a deeper level of artistry and expression through musicality and dynamic qualities of movement. The students will gain an understanding and appreciation of her/his own unique body in relation to dance as an expressive art form. Attendance at a live dance performance may be required.
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88281 201 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA116  Falvey, Elizabeth
ECON 010A - Principles of Macroeconomic  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with P grade
This course explains the forces affecting national economies such as variations in money and credit, income, output, productivity, employment, prices and inflation. ECON 010A examines monetary and fiscal theories, explains the role the government plays in the U.S. and other national economies as a result of monetary and fiscal policies and through the exercise of its regulatory powers. The course also provides an overview of how changes in inflation rates, interest rates, and the international value of the dollar reflect variations in the economy. This course provides an overview of the effects the government has upon businesses and households as a result of its taxation and spending policies.
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88476 201 Lec MW   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Risso, Michael
88477 202 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Risso, Michael
88478 203 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Risso, Michael
88479 204 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Crooks, Don
88480 205 Lec W   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C105  Fakhruddin, Fahmida
ECON 010B - Intro to Microeconomic Theory  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with P grade
Microeconomics focuses on economic behavior of individual economic units such as consumers, firms, and resource owners. It examines the market system as a means of solving the problems in the production and distribution of goods and services in a society. An analysis of the effectiveness of the price system in providing the society with an equitable distribution of goods, services and income is featured. It explores some of the more urgent micro-economic problems such as monopoly power of big business and big unions, government regulations and consumer protection, the energy crisis, taxes and welfare.
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88481 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Risso, Michael
88482 202 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Risso, Michael
88483 203 Lec TH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C207  Fakhruddin, Fahmida
EDIT 010 - Computers & Digital Media-Io  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will learn how to effectively implement instructional technology into an educational environment. Students will explore how Internet and online learning technology, combined with pedagogy, computer applications, digital media and web technology tools, can be used for teaching and learning.
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88486 201 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Rahim, Nasreen
Note: #88486 This is an internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Wednesday, September 6 from 6pm to 7pm in room LE-228. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored midterm and proctored final exam. The midterm will be held on Friday, November 3 from 6pm to 8pm in LE-228 and final will be held on-campus on: Tuesday, December 19 from 6pm to 8pm in room LE-228 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam dates do not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exams. Please email your instructor at: nasreen.rahim@evc.edu if additional information is needed.
EDIT 022 - Cms to Develop Online Cours-Io  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course teaches the skills and knowledge necessary to create effective online learning environments using a Course Management System (CMS). Students will explore examples of CMS content, learn to navigate the interface, add tools and content, and perform basic course management functions. The course also emphasizes customizing and integrating emerging technologies into the CMS. Participants will learn to customize their courses, use communication tools, assessment tools, and course management tools.
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88487 201 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Rahim, Nasreen
Note: #88487 This is an internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Thursday, September 7 from 7pm to 8pm in room LE-228. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored midterm and proctored final exam. The midterm will be held on Monday, November 6 from 6pm to 8pm in LE-228 and final will be held on-campus on: Wednesday, December 20 from 6pm to 8pm in room LE-228 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam dates do not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exams. Please email your instructor at: nasreen.rahim@evc.edu if additional information is needed.
EDIT 026 - Women in Stem-Io  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Female participation and retention in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and careers is an international issue with critical social, economic and political implications. In this course, students will learn strategies for women and girls to overcome the societal and cultural barriers to STEM careers and focus on narrowing the gender gap in STEM. Students will do so by exploring emerging technologies and their potential impact in increasing women's access and success in STEM education and careers.
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88488 201 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Rahim, Nasreen
Note: #88488 This is an internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Friday, September 8 from 6pm to 7pm in room LE-228. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored midterm and proctored final exam. The midterm will be held on Thursday, October 19 from 6pm to 8pm in LE-228 and final will be held on-campus on: Thursday, December 21 from 6pm to 8pm in room LE-228 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam dates does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exams. Please email your instructor at: nasreen.rahim@evc.edu if additional information is needed.
ENGL 001A - English Composition-En  3.00 Units
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Prerequisite: Continuing students must complete ((ENGL 104 or ENGL 092) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101)) or ESL 091; all with C or better. New students will be placed based on the results of assessment.
English 001A is the first course in a transfer level sequence (English 001A, 001B) designed to equip students with the skills necessary for writing college level compositions. The course emphasizes expository writing, critical reading, and research techniques. Students are required to produce a series of academic essays including a documented research paper in conventional format. Analysis of readings and the practice of writing processes create the bases for student essays. All English 001A students will take a Department Final which will be holistically scored by at least two faculty members and will represent 20% of their course grade.
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88789 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A4213  Tello, Francisco
88790 202 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Hahn, Robin
88792 203 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA222  Wilson, Scott
88793 204 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  Regua, Richard
Note: #88793 Enlace Program course. See Enlace counselor to enroll.
88796 205 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC102  Saleem, Huma
88798 206 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  Marvin, Todd
88802 207 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Banerjee, Sravani
Note: #88802 ASPIRE Program course.
88808 208 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Marvin, Todd
88810 209 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Weber, Barbara
88812 210 Lec TTH   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 10/26/17 C207  Kramer, Elizabeth
Note: #88812 8 weeks accelerated - 1st 8 weeks. See English 1B, section 206 for 2nd 8-week course option.
88817 211 Lec MW   04:45 PM—06:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Weber, Barbara
88819 212 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  Hahn, Robin
88820 213 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Nelson, Renee
88823 214 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  O'Klock, Pamela
88826 215 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Warner, J Sterling
88828 216 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  O'Klock, Pamela
88830 217 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Norris, Keenan
Note: #88830 Affirm Program course; All students are welcome to register.
88832 218 Lec M   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Abelow, Yvette
88834 219 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  Norris, Keenan
88838 221 Lec S   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC103  Eckford, Elizabeth
88839 222 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Norris, Keenan
Note: #88839 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Thursday, September 7 from 6pm to 7pm in room LE-228. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Friday, December 15 from 9:40am to 11:40am in room LE-228 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email keenan.norris@evc.edu if you need additional information.
88842 223 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Vo, Binh
Note: #88842 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Friday, September 8 from 10am to 11am in room LE-228. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Friday, December 15 from 9:40am to 11:40am in room LE-228 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email binh.vo@evc.edu if you need additional information.
88843 224 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C207  Vora, Roohi
90275 225 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C206  Gott, Brian
90284 226 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA222  Hurley, Meredith
90287 227 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17   Eckford, Elizabeth
Note: #90287 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Wednesday, September 6 from 3:30pm - 5:00pm in room TBA. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Friday, December 15 from 9:40am to 11:40am in room TBA and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email elizabeth.eckford@sjcc.edu if you need additional information.
90312 228 Lec TH   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206B  Norris, Keenan
90356 229 Lec FS   08:00 AM—11:15 AM 10/13/17— 12/15/17 AA222  Jebian, Wayne
ENGL 001B - English Composition  3.00 Units
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Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better
English 001B, a second semester college composition course, emphasizes expository and argumentative writing directed toward an analysis of ideas and concepts from a wide variety of literature; English 001B includes discussion of fiction, drama, poetry, the essay, and other expository prose-- stressing critical reading in these genres. All English 001B students will take a Department Final which will be holistically scored by at least two faculty members and will represent 20% of their course grade.
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88844 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD123  Jacobs, William
88845 202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA222  Wilson, Scott
88846 203 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A6212  Kramer, Elizabeth
88847 204 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C103  Regua, Richard
Note: #88847 Enlace Program course. See Enlace counselor to enroll.
88848 205 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA232  Saleem, Huma
88849 206 Lec TTH   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 10/31/17— 12/21/17 C207  Kramer, Elizabeth
Note: #88849 8 weeks accelerated - 2nd 8 weeks. See English 1A, section 210 for 1st 8-week course option.
88850 207 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Wilson, Scott
88851 208 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC103  Marvin, Todd
88852 209 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  Banerjee, Sravani
88853 210 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Marvin, Todd
88854 211 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA222  Wilson, Scott
88855 212 Lec TH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Abelow, Yvette
88856 213 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Vo, Binh
Note: #88856 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Friday, September 8 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm in room LE-228. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Friday, December 15 from 2pm to 4pm in room LE-228 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email binh.vo@evc.edu if you need additional information.
ENGL 001C - Critical Thinking/Composition  3.00 Units
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Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better
This course presents the elements of critical reasoning and logic. Students will learn to identify the basic structures of arguments and the ways people use language to fortify or to falsify arguments. Students will analyze and demonstrate these techniques by writing and critiquing essays and using research strategies. This course is specifically designed to meet the IGETC critical thinking requirement.
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88857 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Hahn, Robin
88858 202 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  Hahn, Robin
88859 203 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Tello, Francisco
Note: #88859 Enlace Program course. See Enlace counselor to enroll.
88860 204 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  Bochettaz, Olivier
89982 207 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA222  Nelson, Renee
ENGL 001L - English Composition Lab  1.50V Units
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Corequisite: ENGL 001A, or 001B, or 001C.
Students will learn and use critical thinking/writing skills needed for college level exposition, including paraphrasing, summarizing, development of complex content, revision, sentence techniques, research, evaluation, synthesis, and documentation of sources.
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88863 201 Lab   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Banerjee, Sravani
88864 202 Lab   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Wilson, Scott
ENGL 028 - Intro to World Mythology  3.00 Units
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Prerequisite: ENGL (104 or 092 ) and ENGL 102 or READ 101 or ESL 091; all with C or better or placement based on assessment.
Recommended: ENGL-001A
The course investigates cross-cultural patterns of myths: gods and goddesses of earth and sky, hunt and harvest; the cycle of the hero; the creation, destruction, and renewal of the world; myths as potent forces today in literature and the arts as well as in everyday life.
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88865 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C102  Warner, J Sterling
ENGL 084A - Survey of American Lit I  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101), all with C or better or placement based on assessment
This course includes representative American literature from its beginning to 1865, including works of writers of the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Romantic periods, with some emphasis on social and cultural backgrounds.
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88868 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB103  Gott, Brian
ENGL 086A - Survey English Literature I  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101), all with C or better or placement based on assessment
This is the first part of a two-part series surveying the development of English (Anglophone) Literature from the earliest writings in English to the Restoration and 18th Century. Students will read and discuss significant examples of epic, lyric, drama and prose writings of the finest authors writing in England and the British Empire from the Anglo Saxon, Anglo-Norman, Middle English, Renaissance, Restoration and 18th Century periods. The course will contain lectures, discussions, group work, and other student-centered learning activities. Evaluations will be based on in- and out-of-class analytical essays, exams, research reports, and class work.
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88869 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB231  Han, Helen
ENGL 102 - College Reading  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 302 or ENGL 322 or READ 301, all with P; or placement based on assessment.
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 104.
English 102 enhances college reading skills and study techniques using academic materials in a variety of disciplines such as the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and business. Instruction includes literal and interpretive comprehension, rate flexibility, vocabulary expansion, and beginning research. All students in English 102 are strongly encouraged to complete a 0.5 unit of lab work per semester in the Reading Lab. Concurrent enrollment in English 104 is recommended.
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89053 202 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC102  Bolaris, Valerie
89055 203 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE107  Shimizu, Ward
89058 205 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC102  Bolaris, Valerie
89060 206 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Lim, Sherryanne
Note: #89060 is an ASPIRE program course, but all students are welcome.
89061 207 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Lim, Sherryanne
89063 208 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC102  Bolaris, Valerie
89065 209 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Lim, Sherryanne
90023 210 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Lim, Sherryanne
  210 Hybrid   09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Lim, Sherryanne
Note: #90023 This is an Internet hybrid course. On Weeks 1, 2, 14, 15, and 16 of the term, the class meets Monday nights. For the rest of the semester, the class will only meet online. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. A mandatory course orientation is held on-campus. Students who cannot attend the orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date: September 11, 2017, from 6:00-9:00 PM in room C101C. Students not in attendance at the campus or online orientation will be dropped from the course. There will be a proctored examination on campus on December 18, 2017 from 6:00-9:05 PM in the regular classroom C101C. Students are required to bring valid identification. Please email: sherryanne.lim@evc.edu if you need additional information.
90276 211 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB231  Byeon, Seongah
ENGL 102L - College Reading Lab  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ENGL 322 or placement based on assessment.
Corequisite: ENGL 102
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 104
The reading lab offers individualized programs in reading development plus supplemental reading skills work for students enrolled in English 102, College Reading. Students make use of a wide range of audiovisual and self-instructional materials to improve their reading proficiency. This lab may be repeated for credit to a maximum of 2 units. Concurrent or previous enrollment in English 102 is required.
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89067 202 Lab M   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Bolaris, Valerie
89068 203 Lab T   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Shimizu, Ward
89069 204 Lab T   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Shimizu, Ward
ENGL 104 - Fundamentals of Composition  4.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 302 or ENGL 322 or READ 301 and (ENGL 330 or 335); all with C or placement based on assessment.
Corequisite: XENGL 104L
English 104 is an introduction to academic discourse and to writing short essays. The course develops competence in analytic reading and expository writing. The course stresses paragraph and essay structure through the use of pre-writing, revision, editing, and peer review strategies. Competence in English usage and syntactic variety will also be developed. Students will respond to culturally relevant model writings for general, academic, and special audiences. English 104 includes a three-hour weekly writing lab, which determines 25% of each student's final course grade. Twenty percent of each student's grade will be based on a department final essay exam. The course meets the pre-requisite for ENGL-001A.
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88870 201 Lec MW   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  Jebian, Wayne
88871 202 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE204  Silver, William
88872 203 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE210  Banerjee, Sravani
Note: #88872 ASPIRE Program course.
88873 204 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE204  Silver, William
88874 205 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE204  Silver, William
88875 206 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Chavez, Pauline
  206 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Jebian, Wayne
88876 207 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA222  Jahan, Husne
88877 208 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Kramer, Elizabeth
88878 209 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE204  Silver, William
88879 210 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A2211  Alvarez, Amalia
88880 211 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC102  Higinio, Egbert
88881 212 Lec F   09:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC102  Chen, Tina
88882 213 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C206  Norris, Keenan
  213 Lab TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C206  Norris, Keenan
Note: #88882 Affirm Program course; All students are welcome to register.
88883 214 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB103  Bochettaz, Olivier
90328 216 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C102  Warner, J Sterling
ENGL 321 - Fundamentals of Reading  3.00V Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Recommended: ENGL 341
English 321, a variable unit course, develops fundamental reading skills using lectures and an individualized approach. Emphasis is on vocabulary development, comprehension improvement and basic techniques of study. 3.0 units are needed to complete the course. The course may not be used to satisfy the written English requirement for an Associate degree. Concurrent enrollment in English 321 Lab is highly recommended.
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Time
Date
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89074 202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC101  Bolaris, Valerie
89075 203 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC101  Shimizu, Ward
89076 204 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC101  Bolaris, Valerie
89077 205 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC101  Bolaris, Valerie
89078 206 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC101  Kuykendall, Sondra
ENGL 321L - Reading Laboratory  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Corequisite: ENGL 321
English 321L is a lab designed to supplement the reading skill development covered in English 321. The lab is individualized and uses a variety of self-paced instructional materials. Students receive assigments to enhance skill development based on the English 321 lecture class. Concurrent or prior enrollment in English 321 is required.
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Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
89080 202 Lab M   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Bolaris, Valerie
89081 203 Lab T   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Shimizu, Ward
89082 204 Lab T   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Shimizu, Ward
ENGL 322 - Intro to College Reading  3.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: Completion of ((ENGL 321 (3 units) and ENGL341)) or READ 350 or (ESL 312 and ESL 313) all with a P, or placement based on assessment.
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 330.
This course strengthens and expands reading and study skills using a variety of teaching approaches and materials. It develops vocabulary, complex comprehension, and study/reference skills. All students in English 322 are strongly encouraged to complete a 0.50 unit per semester in the Reading Lab. Concurrent enrollment in English 330 is recommended.
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
89086 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C102  Lim, Sherryanne
89087 202 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C102  Lim, Sherryanne
Note: #89087 is an ASPIRE program course, but all students are welcome.
89088 203 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A2211  Martin, Nita
89089 204 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A2211  Martin, Nita
89225 205 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C102  Lim, Sherryanne
90274 206 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA222  Flynn, Richard
ENGL 322L - Intro to College Reading Lab  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: 3 units of ENGL 321 with P grade or placement based on assessment.
Corequisite: ENGL 322
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 330
English 322L offers additional practice in vocabulary and comprehension for students enrolled in English 322. Students make use of a wide range of materials to improve their reading skills. Concurrent enrollment in English 322 is required.
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Date
Room
Instructor
89091 202 Lab M   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Bolaris, Valerie
89093 204 Lab T   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Shimizu, Ward
ENGL 330 - Improvement of Writing  4.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: ENGL 321 and ENGL 341, or ESL 312 and ESL 313, all with a P grade or placement based on assessment.
Corequisite: XENGL 330L
English 330 is devoted to developing competence in writing standard English sentences, paragraphs, and short compositions by means of a study of grammar and practice in writing. Successful completion of both the lecture and writing center component of this course is required. Students will take a Department Final Exam which will be holistically scored by at least two faculty members and will represent 20% of their course grade.
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88884 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB231  Goodwin, Nicholas
88887 202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A2211  Jacobs, William
88889 203 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106B  Gott, Brian
88891 204 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE209  Silver, William
88893 205 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE209  Silver, William
88898 206 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A2211  Alvarez, Amalia
88900 207 Lec T   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Gravener, John
90092 211 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB231  Higinio, Egbert
  211 Lab TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB231  Higinio, Egbert
Note: #90092 Affirm Program course; All students are welcome to register.
ENGL 341 - Sentence/Paragraph Development  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
This course focuses on assisting students in developing strong grammar skills by emphasizing correct use of word forms, parts of speech, and basic sentence structure. Ultimately, student competence in sentence skills will help them to link sentences into a unified paragraph. The course may not be used for satisfaction of English requirements for the Associate degree, but it is a prerequisite for students who place below the English 330 level on the College Placement Test.
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Instructor
88907 203 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE209  Chen, Tina
88910 206 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Chavez, Pauline
  206 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Jebian, Wayne
88911 207 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C208  Wilson, Jimmie
88914 210 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A4213  Goodwin, Nicholas
88915 211 Lec TH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C208  Gravener, John
ENGR 010 - Engineering Processes & Tools  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $5)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: MATH 021 or MATH 025, with a C or better
This course introduces students to the engineering profession and devices, processes, and techniques utilized in solving engineering problems. Engineering designs and their impact on society, environment, and economics are emphasized. Design principles and methodology are a major focus of the course. The use of spreadsheets and mathematical software in engineering problem solving and data presentation are discussed. Engineering design process, report writing and technical presentations are practiced through term projects.
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88595 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB134  Tabrizi, Abdollah
  201 Lab MW   10:15 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB121  Tabrizi, Abdollah
Note: #88595 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
88596 202 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB134  Zaidi, Syed
  202 Lab TTH   07:00 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB121  Zaidi, Syed
ENGR 018 - Engr Design & Graphics  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $5)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: MATH 014 with C or better or equivalent
This course covers the principles of design and its graphical presentation in engineering as well as computer-aided design (CAD) and programming. Major topics include the engineering design process, orthographic projection, multiview drawings, pictorial drawings, dimensioning and tolerancing, 3-D modeling, and Virtual Basic Application (VBA) programming. Engineering graphical presentation is based on American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard. Students will learn to use CAD software in producing engineering drawings.
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88597 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB134  Entekhabi, Parviz
  201 Lab TTH   10:15 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB121  Entekhabi, Parviz
88598 202 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB103  Entekhabi, Parviz
  202 Lab TTH   01:30 PM—03:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB121  Entekhabi, Parviz
ENGR 050 - Introduction to Computing  4.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $5)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: MATH 071 with C or better
Recommended: Ability to use word processing and spreadsheet software; Completion of ENGR 010
Students learn the fundamentals of computer assisted problem solving, as it applies to the solution of engineering problems. The four major themes of this course are algorithm development, efficient programming/modeling, PC device interfacing, and practical and user friendly pre/post processing techniques. The C++ programming language is used to obtain solutions to various engineering problems. Object oriented programming using subjects such as classes, pointers, inheritances, dynamic allocation of memory space, and standard template libraries are emphasized.
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Type
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Date
Room
Instructor
88599 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB134  Tabrizi, Abdollah
  201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB121  Tabrizi, Abdollah
Note: #88599 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
ENGR 066 - Properties of Materials  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $5)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: CHEM 001A and PHYS 004A, both with a C or better
Recommended: ENGR 010 Ability to use word processing & spreadsheet software
Mechanical, thermal, electrical, magnetic and chemical properties of materials are studied. The effect of atomic and crystal structure and various bonding mechanisms on the above properties are discussed. Diffusion and phase analysis in various materials, and defects and failure in materials including the effect of heat treatment on the strength of materials are also investigated. Various laboratory experiments such as impact, tensile and compression, torsion, fatigue, corrosion, thermal conduction and expansion, electrical conduction, magnetic strength, composite structure, rubber and polymer resilience, and photomicrograph are conducted to provide enhanced knowledge of material properties.
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Time
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Room
Instructor
88601 201 Lec F   12:30 PM—02:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB134  Tabrizi, Abdollah
  201 Lab F   02:30 PM—05:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB131  Tabrizi, Abdollah
Note: #88601 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
ENGR 071 - Intro to Circuit Analysis  4.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $5)
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: MATH 073 and PHYS 004B, both with C or better
Recommended: 1. MATH 078 2. Completion of ENGR 010 and 050 3. Ability to use word processing and spreadsheet software
Analyses of DC and AC circuits are performed using Kirchhoff's voltage and current laws. Emphasis is given to resistive, capacitive, inductive, and amplifier circuits powered by independent and dependent sources. The transient nature of first order and second order circuits containing capacitors and inductors are studied. Thevenin's and Norton's theorems are applied to DC and AC circuits and properties of these circuits for maximum power transfer are determined. The concept of impedance is used to analyze AC circuits in the frequency domain as well as to perform power analysis.
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Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88602 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB134  Tabrizi, Abdollah
  201 Lab T   01:45 PM—04:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A5102  Tabrizi, Abdollah
Note: #88602 This course includes an online component. It is recommended that students taking this class be computer/internet literate.
ENGR 504 - Tech and Contextualized Comm  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 0
Recommended: Be able to use computers and the Internet.
This course is designed to develop proficiency in specific integrated and contextualized reading, writing, visualization, and speaking skills and strategies relevant to technical and scientific professions. Topics include reading and writing processes, critical thinking strategies, recognition and composition of coherent and unified texts, effective visualization and public speaking. Through individual and collaborative projects, students will gain practice in researching, designing, and evaluating appropriate communications for varying rhetorical situations. Using both print- and computer-based technologies, students will develop abilities to create and critically analyze documents so that they engage and inform readers in a variety of circumstances.
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Room
Instructor
88603 201 Lec S   09:00 AM—12:25 PM 09/09/17— 10/21/17 AB134  Banafa, Ahmed
ENGR 506 - Basic Principles of Engineer.  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 0
Recommended: Be able to use computers and the Internet.
This course is a survey of basic principles and concepts used in engineering. Students are exposed to applications of these concepts in order to provide basic understanding of engineering design. It gives students the opportunity to develop skills and understanding of course concepts through hands-on activities, and problem-based learning. Topics include principles of power, energy, materials, electrical and electronics, chemical processes, structures, statics, kinematics, and software. Teamwork in performing projects is an essential component of the course which challenges students to continually improve their interpersonal skills, creative abilities, and problem solving skills based upon engineering concepts.
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Room
Instructor
88604 201 Lec S   09:00 AM—01:05 PM 10/28/17— 12/16/17 AB134  Banafa, Ahmed
ENVIR 010 - Environmental Science-En  4.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
This is an interdisciplinary course in which students examine the interaction between human societies and the environment. Students will study important physical and biological properties necessary for life on Earth. They will explore major issues that are bound to affect the future of humans on our planet including population growth, resource exploitation, pollution, climate change, and the loss of biodiversity. Students will also consider environmental policies and the prospects for a sustainable future. Field trips may be required. ENVIR-010 meets general education requirements for science with a lab and can be counted as either a life science or as a physical science course.
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Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88574 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC162  Gonzalez, Alfred
  201 Lab T   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S127  Gonzalez, Alfred
88575 202 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC162  Gonzalez, Alfred
  202 Lab TH   02:00 PM—05:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S127  Gonzalez, Alfred
90041 203 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S127  Moody, Karen
  203 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S127  Hardin, Rosemary
Note: #90041 College Connection Academy
ESL 091 - College Read and Write 2  6.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 302 with P grade or placement based on assessment
Corequisite: ESL 091L
Students will study patterns of essay organization, relationships of paragraphs within essays, author's purpose, audience, tone, and mood. Student will read materials that highlight cross-cultural content and contemporary issues. Students will also acquire skills in the development and organization of ideas in coherent, well-developed paragraphs and in writing essays that require research. Concurrent enrollment in ESL 091L is required for computer-assisted and instructor-guided practice. This course is designed for non-native speakers of English one level below English 1A.
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Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88917 201 Lec MW   07:45 AM—10:50 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AF231  Nguyen-Jardin, Kelly
88918 202 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C104  Longacre, Richard
88919 203 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE210  Henninger, Michelle
ESL 091L - ESL Skills Development Lab  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Corequisite: ESL 091
The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 091 courses. It is designed to supplement classroom instruction by providing students the opportunity to work on an individualized basis with materials previously assigned by the ESL instructor, or to write essays for individual critiques by an ESL instructor. Students must enroll concurrently in ESL 091.
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Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88996 201 Lab M   01:00 PM—02:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Strickland, Hyeseong
88997 202 Lab M   04:00 PM—05:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Newman, Cheri
88998 203 Lab M   06:30 PM—07:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Newman, Cheri
88999 204 Lab T   02:30 PM—03:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Gendler, Helen
89000 205 Lab W   11:30 AM—12:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Tyler, Huong
89001 206 Lab W   02:30 PM—03:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Sanders, Kaye
89002 207 Lab TH   11:30 AM—12:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Nguyen, Lynh
89008 209 Lab F   09:30 AM—10:50 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Newman, Cheri
89009 210 Lab S   09:00 AM—10:20 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Chien, Sharon
ESL 302 - Intro College Rdg and Wrtg  6.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ESL 312 and ESL 313, both with P grade or placement based on assessment
Corequisite: ESL 302L
Students will focus on writing essays that exhibit the depth and complexity of low-advanced language level academic texts. They will study language elements used to present clear and effective thesis statements. They will evaluate a variety of texts that demonstrate the ways writers express ideas for a variety of purposes and intent. Students will also continue to improve skills in academic and extensive reading, critical thinking, and vocabulary acquisition. Reading materials will highlight current issues and topics of interest across cultures including articles, essays, and literary works. This course is designed for non-native speakers of English two levels below English 1A.
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Instructor
88920 201 Lec MWF   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206B  Dorais, Catherine
88921 202 Lec TTHF   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C206  Antonini de Pino, Maria
88922 203 Lec MW   12:15 PM—03:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C207  Salonga, Stephan
88923 204 Lec TTH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE209  Salonga, Stephan
ESL 302L - ESL Skills Development Lab  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Corequisite: ESL 302
The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for ESL 302 courses. It is designed to supplement classroom instruction by providing students the opportunity to work on an individualized basis with materials previously assigned by the ESL instructor to write essays for individual critiques by an ESL instructor. Students must enroll concurrently in ESL 302.
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89010 201 Lab M   11:30 AM—12:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Newman, Cheri
89011 202 Lab M   02:30 PM—03:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Strickland, Hyeseong
89012 203 Lab T   11:30 AM—12:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Lawson, Erika
89013 204 Lab T   01:00 PM—02:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Gendler, Helen
89014 205 Lab T   04:00 PM—05:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Bell, Lisa
89015 206 Lab W   01:00 PM—02:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Longacre, Richard
89017 207 Lab W   06:30 PM—07:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Newman, Cheri
89018 208 Lab TH   02:30 PM—03:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Grenier, Celine
89019 209 Lab TH   06:30 PM—07:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Grenier, Celine
89020 210 Lab F   11:30 AM—12:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Newman, Cheri
90024 211 Lab TH   04:00 PM—05:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Grenier, Celine
ESL 310L - ESL Lab  1.00V Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 312 or ESL 313 or ESL 314
The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 310 series. It is designed to supplement classroom instruction (in the ESL 310 series) by providing students the opportunity to work on an individual basis with materials developed for the ESL 310L course. Students utilize computer software programs, workbooks, and other supplementary materials to develop and improve their skills in listening comprehension, oral production, reading, writing and vocabulary development. Students must be enrolled concurrently in ESL 312, 313, or 314. Twenty-four hours of lab work are required for each 1/2 unit of credit. Repeatable to a maximum of 1 unit.
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89021 201 Lab   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Strickland, Hyeseong
ESL 312 - Intro to the Essay  5.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324, all with P grade or placement based on assessment.
Corequisite: ESL 312L
Students read and write compositions of multiple paragraphs and short essays on academic topics to acquire grammar, writing, and vocabulary skills for college-level academic work. Concurrent enrollment in ESL 312L is required for computer-assisted grammar and writing practice with lab assistance. ESL 312 is a high-intermediate writing course for non-native speakers of English three levels below English 1A.
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Room
Instructor
88924 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—01:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A4213  Banh, Phuong
88925 202 Lec MW   06:30 PM—08:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C207  Grenier, Celine
88926 203 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—10:10 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC102  Nguyen, Lynh
88927 204 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—11:40 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE210  Leung, Andrew
ESL 312L - ESL Skills Development Lab  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Corequisite: ESL 312
The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 312 course. It is designed to supplement classroom instruction by providing students the opportunity to work on an individualized basis with software and web-based materials previously assigned by the ESL instructor, to attend workshops on grammar and composition, and to receive individual critique by an ESL instructor on assignments written for ESL 312.
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Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
89025 201 Lab T   05:00 PM—06:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Strickland, Hyeseong
89026 202 Lab   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Strickland, Hyeseong
Note: #89026 Instructor lab hours - Tuesdays and Thursdays from 01:10PM - 02:30PM.
ESL 313 - Intro to College Reading  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ESL 322 and ESL 323 and ESL 324) or ENGL 321, all with P grade, or based on assessment
This course is designed for non-native speakers at a high-intermediate level of English proficiency. Course content prepares students to read and respond to college-level texts, demonstrating literal and critical comprehension, and to expand vocabulary for academic purposes. Concurrent enrollment in ESL 312, ESL 314, and ESL 310L is recommended.
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Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88928 201 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC103  Pino-Silva, Juan
88929 202 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Kallen, Rebecca
88930 203 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Velez, Miriam
88931 204 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17   Cohen-Reyes, Rachel
Note: #88931 Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on: Wednesday, September 6th 8:30-10:30 in LE231. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored midterm and final exam. The midterm will be held on campus on: Tuesday, October 24th 6:00 - 8:00 pm LE232. The final will be held on-campus on: Tuesday, December 19th 6:00 - 8:00 pm LE232. Students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored mid-term and final exam dates do not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email rachel.cohen@evc.edu if you need additional information.
ESL 314 - Interm-High Listen & Speak  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 324 with P grade or placement based on assessment
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 310L is highly recommended.
This course refines listening comprehension and speaking skills in academic, vocational, and social contexts at the high intermediate level.
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88932 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Burke, Leticia
88933 202 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE107  O'Neal, Karen
ESL 316 - Grammar for Writers 1  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 322 with P grade or placement based on assessment
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 310L is highly recommended.
This is an intensive grammar course for ESL writers at a high-intermediate level of language proficiency. Course content focuses on a wide range of grammatical and syntactical structures in meaningful contexts and builds accuracy and fluency in oral and written discourse.
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Type
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Time
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Room
Instructor
88934 201 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C104  Longacre, Richard
88953 202   09/05/17— 12/21/17 C203  Bell, Lisa
Note: #88953 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Wednesday, September 6 from 2pm to 3pm in room LE-231. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Monday, December 18 from 6pm to 7pm in room LE-231 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email lisa.bell@evc.edu if you need additional information.
ESL 317 - English Pronunciation 3  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 324 or ESL 327 or placement based on assessment
Students develop native-like speech in English. They utilize the International Phonetic Alphabet to distinguish the sounds of English and produce natural-sounding speech in connected discourse. They learn different intonation, stress, and pitch patterns to change sentence focus and to signal middle and end of sentences. They use contractions and reductions and assimilate sounds to produce natural speech. Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 312 or ESL 313 or ESL 314) and ESL 207 is strongly recommended.
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88954 201 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Sanchez, Claudio
ESL 320L - ESL Lab  1.00V Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 322, ESL 323, or ESL 324
The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 320 series. It is designed to supplement classroom instruction in the ESL 320 series by providing students the opportunity to develop and improve their skills in listening comprehension, oral production, reading, writing, and vocabulary development. Students utilize English Interactive computer software program. Students must be enrolled concurrently in ESL 322, 323, or 324. Twenty-four hours of lab work are required for each 1/2 unit of credit. Repeatable to a maximum of 1.0 units.
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Instructor
89027 201 Lab   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Strickland, Hyeseong
ESL 322 - Paragraph Development  5.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ESL 332 and ESL 333 and ESL 334, all with P or placement based on assessment.
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL (323 or 324 or 327) and ESL 194 is strongly recommended
ESL 322 is an intermediate writing course for non-native speakers of English. Students will focus on writing well organized and fully developed paragraphs with correct grammar, sentence structure and word choice. Concurrent enrollment in 0.5 unit of ESL 320L is strongly recommended for computer grammar and writing practice and instructional assistance.
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Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88955 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—01:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC103  Cohen-Reyes, Rachel
88956 202 Lec MW   06:30 PM—08:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE106A  Nguyen, William
88957 203 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—10:10 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C205  Tyler, Huong
88958 204 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—01:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC103  Strickland, Hyeseong
ESL 323 - Reading/Vocabulary Development  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 333 with P grade or placement based on assessment
This course is designed for non-native speakers at an intermediate level of proficiency in English. Course content and materials focus mainly on reading comprehension and vocabulary development. Integration of discussion and writing activities is also emphasized. Concurrent enrollment in ESL 322, ESL 324, and ESL 320L are recommended.
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Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88959 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C205  Jardin, Kenneth
88960 202 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C208  Jardin, Kenneth
88961 203 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC102  Jardin, Kenneth
88962 204 Lec TH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC101  Longacre, Richard
88963 205 Lec F   08:30 AM—11:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE209  Salonga, Stephan
ESL 324 - Listen/Speak Development  4.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 334 with P grade or placement based on assessment
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 322 or 323 or 327) and ESL 320L is strongly recommended
Students will focus on developing academic listening and speaking skills at an intermediate-mid level of language proficiency. Students will also acquire idiomatic and academic vocabulary, cultural awareness, and discussion skills through the use of multimedia materials.
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Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88964 201 Lec MW   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C204  Jasper, Katherine
88965 202 Lec TTH   08:00 AM—09:50 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA232  Burke, Leticia
88966 203 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC103  Lawson, Erika
88967 204 Lec TTH   06:30 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206B  Lawson, Erika
90268 205 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C103  McDonald, John
ESL 327 - English Pronunciation 2  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 334 or ESL 337 or placement based on assessment
Students further their study of the pronunciation, intonation, stress, and rhythm patterns of English. They are introduced to the phonetic alphabet and study the sound-spelling correlations of English. They also receive further instruction on the production of sounds in word-initial and word-final environments, intonation and stress patterns in multi-syllabic words, and native-like sentence stress, rhythm and intonation. Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 322 or ESL 323 or ESL 324) and ESL 207 is strongly recommended.
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Sec
Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88968 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C209  Jasper, Katherine
ESL 330L - ESL Lab  1.00V Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 332, ESL 333, ESL 334, or ESL 337
The content of this lab will facilitate skills development for the ESL 330 series. It is designed to supplement classroom instruction in the ESL 330 series by providing students the opportunity to develop and improve their skills in listening comprehension, oral production, reading, writing, and vocabulary development. Students utilize English interactive computer software program and workbooks to improve these skills. Students must be enrolled concurrently in ESL 332, 333, or 334. Twenty-four hours of lab work are required for each 1/2 unit of credit. Repeatable to a maximum of 1.0 unit.
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Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
89031 201 Lab   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Strickland, Hyeseong
ESL 332 - Basic Writing Skills 2  4.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 342 or ESL 345 with a P or placement by assessment
This is a low-intermediate grammar/writing course for non-native speakers of English. Students learn grammar and writing techniques for composing sentences and short paragraphs.
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Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88969 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—02:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA222  Burke, Leticia
88970 202 Lec MW   06:30 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C205  Sanders, Kaye
88971 203 Lec TTH   08:30 AM—10:20 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C105  Han, Helen
88972 204 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Han, Helen
ESL 333 - Basic Reading Skills 2  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 343 or ESL 346 with P grade or placement based on assessment
This course is designed for non-native speakers who are at a low-intermediate level of proficiency in English. Course content and materials expand reading and vocabulary skills by focusing on literal and critical comprehension of text. Development of speaking and writing skills through interactive class activities is also emphasized. Concurrent enrollment in ESL 332, ESL 334, and ESL 330L is recommended.
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Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88973 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A2211  Jardin, Kenneth
88974 202 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206B  Pino-Silva, Juan
88975 203 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA232  Burke, Leticia
88976 204 Lec W   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC101  Velez, Miriam
ESL 334 - Basic Listening and Speaking 2  5.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ESL 344 or ESL 347 with P grade or placement based on assessment
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 332 and/or ESL 333 is strongly recommended.
Students will learn listening and speaking skills at the intermediate-low level of English proficiency. Students will participate in class activities and use multimedia materials focused on aural comprehension, oral communication, and clear pronunciation in a variety of contexts.
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Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88978 202 Lec TTH   08:00 AM—10:25 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AB231  Cohen-Reyes, Rachel
88979 203 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—01:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA115  Cohen-Reyes, Rachel
88980 204 Lec TTH   06:30 PM—08:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C206  Khuu, Ty
90279 205 Lec MW   10:45 AM—01:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE210  Outeirino-Feijoo, Maria
ESL 337 - English Pronunciation 1  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: Placement based on assessment or satisfactory completion of ESL 347
Students are introduced to articulatory phonetics and basic intonation, stress, and rhythm patterns of English. Students will study the place and manner of the articulation of the sounds of English and spelling patterns for vowel and consonant sounds. Students will also be introduced to rhythm, stress, and intonation patterns, in English. Concurrent enrollment in (ESL 332 or ESL 333 or ESL 334) and ESL 207 is strongly recommended.
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Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88981 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C205  O'Neal, Karen
88982 202 Lec TH   04:45 PM—07:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AA222  Han, Helen
ESL 341L - ESL Skills Development Lab  1.00V Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Recommended: Concurrent enrollment in any ESL 340 series courses strongly recommended.
The content of this lab will facilitate language skill development for students enrolling in the ESL entry level courses by providing computer-assisted language instruction and workbooks. Students will work on an individualized basis, with assistance from staff as needed, to enhance language skills. It is highly recommended that students be enrolled concurrently in any ESL 340 series course. Repeatable to a maximum of 1.0 unit
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Type
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Time
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Room
Instructor
89034 201 Lab   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC125  Strickland, Hyeseong
ESL 345 - Basic Writing Skills 1  4.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
ESL 345 is a novice-high grammar and writing course for non-native speakers of English. Students will study the grammar and syntax of written discourse in sentences and short passages. Students will learn how to write, revise, and edit a variety of sentences and short paragraphs.
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Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88983 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Longacre, Richard
88984 202 Lec MW   06:30 PM—08:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C204  Ro, Minna
88985 203 Lec TTH   08:30 AM—10:20 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C208  Dorais, Catherine
88986 204 Lec F   08:00 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101A  Kallen, Rebecca
ESL 346 - Basic Reading Skills 1  3.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
ESL 346 is a novice-high reading course for non-native speakers of English. Students learn comprehension skills such as identifying and distinguishing main ideas and details and finding meaning of new words through context clues. Students also develop post-reading strategies such as paraphrasing important information and brief writing responses to readings.
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Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88987 201 Lec MW   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101C  Burke, Leticia
88988 202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C105  Nguyen, Lynh
88989 203 Lec TTH   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC103  Kallen, Rebecca
88991 205 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC103  Bell, Lisa
ESL 347 - Basic Listening and Speaking 1  5.00 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
ESL 347 is a novice-high listening/speaking course for non-native speakers of English. Students will learn listening skills such as listening for main idea and details, phonemic differences, intonation and stress patterns, and sound reductions. Students will also learn speaking skills at novice-high level of restatement of important information, use of key words and phrases in questions and statements, description of speakers' opinions and feelings, and pronunciation of phonemic pairs, stress patterns, and sound reductions.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88992 201 Lec MW   08:00 AM—10:25 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A4213  Banh, Phuong
88993 202 Lec MW   06:30 PM—08:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 A4213  Khuu, Ty
88994 203 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—01:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206B  Han, Helen
88995 204 Lec TTH   06:30 PM—08:55 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA104  Ro, Minna
90278 205 Lec TTH   08:00 AM—10:25 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA105  Outeirino-Feijoo, Maria
ETH 010 - Intro to Ethnic Studies  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This interdisciplinary course is a combination of the humanities and social sciences. There is an emphasis on the learning of concepts and theories central to the study of Ethnic Studies. The class will also explore the culture concept. Included is an analysis of the interrelationship between the dominant group and various ethnic groups. This course will also serve as an introduction to the experiences and perspectives of selected racial/ethnic group relations in our society.
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Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88284 201 Lec MW   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC127  Huynh, Cindy
  201 Lec MW   07:45 AM—09:05 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC127  Villarreal, Arturo
88285 202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC127  Villarreal, Arturo
  202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC127  Huynh, Cindy
88286 203 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC127  Fong, Paul
  203 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC127  Villarreal, Arturo
89236 205 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17   White, Khalid
Note: #89236 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Wednesday, September 6 PM from 7:30 PM in room VPA-202. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Monday, Dec. 18 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in LE-204, and students are required to bring valid identification. Please contact your instructor for the proctored exam date and time. If that does not work for you, please make other arrangements with the instructor for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email khalid.white@sjcc.edu if you need additional information.
ETH 011 - Ethnic Film: Reel Studies  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course will examine contemporary and classic cinema, focusing primarily on US ethnic films from African- American, Native American, Latino, Asian-Pacific Islander, and Middle Eastern American cultures, as a tool to explore universal human themes as well as ethnic/cultural stereotypes.
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Room
Instructor
88288 201 Lec TH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA103  Trujillo, Charley
ETH 020 - African American Culture  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course is a survey of the African American experience in the United States. Students will critically examine past, present and evolving socio-political, economic and cultural dynamics that help to create African American culture.
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Type
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Time
Date
Room
Instructor
88289 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA125  Kahn-Lomax, Charlie
88290 202 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C204  Seals, Bobby
ETH 030 - Chicana/O Culture  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This is a survey course designed to study the development of Mexican and Chicana/o culture in Mexico, the Southwest U.S. and beyond. Emphasis will be placed on the cultural history as well as the socio-psychological aspects in the study of people of Mexican origin. Specific areas of interest in the course include theory and analysis of the concept of culture and its application to the Mexican and Chicano communities. Other areas of interest include the Pre-Columbian period, the religions and philosophies, art, language, music, folklore, and lifestyles of the Chicana/o.
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Type
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Room
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88291 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA201  Villarreal, Arturo
88292 202 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC127  Villarreal, Arturo
88293 203 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C102  Villarreal, Arturo
90269 204 Lec TTH   08:10 AM—09:40 AM 09/05/17— 12/14/17 OFC  Seals, Bobby
Note: #90269 (LCPA) Latino College Preparatory Academy
ETH 040 - Vietnamese Amer.Culture/Exper.  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course provides students with a basic theoretical background to study the ancestral origin of Vietnamese Americans, their migration to the U.S., and assimilation into U.S. culture and society. It follows the evolution of their cultural roots into their ethnic heritage, focusing on their religious and philosophical thoughts, customs, and value system. The course traces the emergence of their minority status, identity, and sense of community, and explores their current status and prospects of ethno-social mobility through education, employment, business, entrepreneurship, and politics. This course reflects the Humanities and Social Science areas.
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88294 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA201  Huynh, Cindy
ETH 042 - APA Culture and Experience  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course covers (1) the Asian backgrounds, migration, ethnic culture (particularly major religious beliefs, philosophical thoughts, value system, customs, and traditions), and American experiences APAs as a whole have in common; (2) unique aspects of each Asian American co-group, with more emphasis on the six largest groups: Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Vietnamese, Korean, and Japanese Americans. Also of special importance are key concepts, theories, and perspectives pertinent to this study, as well as American experiences APAs share with other U.S. racial groups, especially African American and Latino Americans. This course is a combination of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
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89234 202 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA119  Huynh, Cindy
89235 203 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD123  Huynh, Cindy
FCS 019 - Nutrition  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 and READ 101) or ESL 091; all with C or better
This course provides students an introduction to basic nutrition principles, including physiological, psychological and sociological considerations. Students will analyze the human diet in relation to health, lifestyle choices, personal behaviors, and disease prevention. Individual recommended nutrient intake, the body's use of nutrients, and optimum dietary health across the lifespan will be discussed. Students will also examine the influence of culture, food supply, food choices, and nutritional status, as well as socioeconomic conditions, food fads, and diet fallacies.
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89129 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE209  Gorbach, Margaret
89130 202 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE209  Gorbach, Margaret
89131 203 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AC162  Ryan, Renee
89132 204 Lec W   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA120  Cahill, Kathleen
89133 205 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE232  Gorbach, Margaret
Note: #89133 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Wednesday, September 6 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm in LE-232. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on Wednesday, December 20 - 5:30 - 7:00 pm in room LE-232 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email instructor at peggy.gorbach@evc.edu if additional information is needed.
FCS 050 - Life Management  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Life Management provides individuals with skills for understanding and using resources for effective functioning now and in the future. Students will explore day-to-day resources including time, energy, and money. Major topics include steps in value clarification, goal setting, decision making, problem solving, time management, health, money management, education and career planning, communication skills, handling change and stress, and conflict management. In addition, the course explores the effect of cultural forces and future trends on goals, values, standards, and time management.
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89134 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE209  Gorbach, Margaret
89136 203 Lec F   09:15 AM—12:20 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA120  Bandy, Julie
89137 204 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE232  Gorbach, Margaret
Note: #89137 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Monday, September 11 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm in LE-232. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on Monday, December 18 from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm in room LE-232 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email instructor at peggy.gorbach@evc.edu if additional information is needed.
90271 205 Lec TTH   12:40 PM—02:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/14/17 OFC  Bonincontro, Gertrude
Note: #90271 (LCPA) Latino College Preparatory Academy
FCS 070 - Child Development  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Prerequisite: ENGL 092 and READ 101 or ESL 091; all with C or better
Students will study the child from the prenatal period through adolescence. The physical, social-emotional and cognitive aspects of development are explored. This course is required for ECE majors and recommended for nursing and psychology majors, and anyone wanting to understand the development of children. Transferable: Equivalent to C.D. 60 at SJSU.
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89138 201 Lec T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S150  Weiler, Jessica
89139 202 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 S204  Bonincontro, Gertrude
Note: #89139 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Tuesday, September 5 from 6pm to 7pm in room S-204. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Tuesday, December 19 from 6pm to 7pm in room S-204 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email Gertrude.bonincontro@evc.edu if you need additional information.
FCS 138 - Work Experience  8.00V Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: Be employed or a volunteer at an approved work-site for the minimum number of hours per unit as stipulated for paid and unpaid status.
Occupational Work Experience is designed for students who work or volunteer in a field related to their career major. Students are required to provide evidence that they are enrolled in a career program (e.g., education plan or coursework in a career/occupational subject area). Students can earn one unit of credit for each 60 hours of unpaid volunteer time or 75 hours of paid work during the semester. Students can repeat Career/Occupational Work Experience, combined with General Work Experience, or alone, up to a maximum of 16 units. Internship/job placement is not guaranteed.
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89123 201 Work experience   09/05/17— 12/21/17 SC214  Espinoza, Janina
Note: Please go online to http://www.evc.edu/current-students/student-success/transfer-ca reer-center/work-experience to schedule an orientation for one of the following times: Wednesday, September 6, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. room SC-250; Thursday, September 7, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Friday, September 8, 10:00 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. room SC-250; Monday, September 11, 2:30 p.m. or 3:45 p.m. room SC-250; Tuesday, September 12, 3:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. room SC-250.
FREN 001A - Elementary French  5.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: FREN 001L
This course concentrates on developing basic skills in listening, reading, speaking and writing. Emphasis is placed on acquisition of vocabulary, structures and grammatical patterns necessary for comprehension of native spoken and written French at the beginning level. This course includes discussion of French culture and daily life. Concurrent enrollment in French 001AL is required. This course corresponds to two years of high school study.
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89022 201 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—01:10 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE107  Jardin, Kenneth
FREN 001L - Foreign Language Lab  0.50 Units
Grading: K      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math:
Corequisite: FREN 001A or FREN 001B
Elementary French Lab supplements classroom instruction in French 001A and French 001B. Students use audiocassettes and/or computer programs for oral, aural, and written drill. Repeatable to a maximum of 1 unit.
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89023 201 Lab   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE200  Jardin, Kenneth
HED 011 - Dynamic Health Concepts  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course surveys current health issues. Topics include the latest information on defining health; global and national health issues; mental health; use of tobacco, alcohol and illicit drugs; nutrition; common infectious and non infectious diseases including risk factors and prevention; human sexuality; and environmental health issues. Primary emphasis is directed to the individual's total emotional, intellectual and social health across the life span. Students are empowered to make intelligent, analytical decsions related to personal and community health. This course meets the Health Education requirement for California Teaching Credentials.
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89140 201 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 S219  Khare, Poonam
89141 202 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE204  Lin, Nancy
Note: #89141 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Thursday, September 7th from 6pm-7pm in room LE-204. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Monday, December 18th from 6pm-7pm in room LE-204 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email the instructor at nancy.lin@evc.edu if additional information is needed.
HIST 001 - Survey of American History  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course surveys the development of U.S. History in a broad approach to the social, constitutional, economic and political history of the U.S. with emphasis upon key events, issues and their backgrounds. Note: Combined with Political Science 001, this course meets U.S. History & Constitution and State and Local Government requirements.
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88298 202 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA104  Noonan, Robert
88299 203 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD123  Barley, Cynthia
88300 204 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD123  Stamp, Paul
88302 206 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA204  Hendricks, David
88303 207 Lec TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD123  Graham, Steven
88304 208 Lec M   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA102  Narveson, Eric
HIST 010A - Development of Western Culture  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course covers the political, cultural, and philosophical development of Western culture and society through the study of the institutions, thought, literary and artistic expression of the ancient world and medieval society of Europe to the Reformation (1600 C.E.). Emphasis is placed on understanding the facets of modern civilization by tracing the social, cultural, and political thought of the past. This course is intended to be a chronological approach which introduces the students to the ideas and accomplishments of significant men and women in each period.
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88309 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA102  Narveson, Eric
HIST 014 - Women in American History  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This is a historical survey course about women in the United States from pre-Columbian to present times. The course will analyze the social, political, and economic aspects of women's lives. Also, the course will examine the interaction of race, class, ethnicity and gender. This course will be taught in the form of lectures, readings and discussions of primary and secondary sources, essays, quizzes, oral presentations and exams. Combined with Political Science 001, this course meets US History, Constitution and American Ideals requirement.
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88305 201 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA204  Hendricks, David
HIST 017A - History of the United States  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course surveys the political, economic, cultural, social, and intellectual development of the United States. The course emphasizes the interactions among Europeans, Africans, and American Indians in North America beginning with European colonization, through the creation of the U.S. Republic, its expansion west, and the developments leading up to the Civil War and Reconstruction. Along with History 017B or History 045, it meets the District requirement in United States History and Constitution and state and local government. History 001 may not be combined with either History 017A or History 017B to meet the requirement in United States History, Constitution and American Ideals.
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88310 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA103  Nava, Elizabeth
88311 202 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA103  Nava, Elizabeth
88312 203 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA103  Nava, Elizabeth
88313 204 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C101B  Jimenez, Randall
88315 206 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA201  Regua, Nannette
88316 207 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA102  Narveson, Eric
88317 208 Lec TTH   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA101  Graham, Steven
88318 209 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE232  Cirivilleri, Robert
Note: #88318 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Tuesday, September 5 from 4:00pm - 5:00pm in room LE-232. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: September 12 from 4:00pm - 5:00pm in room LE-232 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email daniel.allen@evc.edu if you need additional information.
88319 210 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE232  Cirivilleri, Robert
Note: #88319 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Wednesday, September 6 from 4:00pm - 5:00pm in room LE-232. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Wednesday, December 20th from 10am to 12pmin room LE-232 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email robert.cirivilleri@evc.edu if you need additional information.
89953 211 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/05/17— 10/26/17 SA101  Nguyen, Hai
HIST 017B - History of the United States  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course surveys the political, economic, cultural, social and intellectual development of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. The course emphasizes the U.S. expansion to the Pacific, its rise as a superpower through WW I and WW II, and the Cold War. Students will examine the role of major ethnic, gender and social groups in U.S. history. Along with History 017A, it meets the requirement in United States History, Constitution and state and local government. History 001 may not be combined with either History 017A or History 017B to meet the graduation requirement in United States History, Constitution and American Ideals.
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88320 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA204  Hendricks, David
88321 202 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD123  Noonan, Robert
88323 204 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA103  Nava, Elizabeth
88324 205 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA103  Nava, Elizabeth
88325 206 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 AD123  Barley, Cynthia
88326 207 Lec F   09:45 AM—12:50 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA204  Hendricks, David
88327 208 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE232  Cirivilleri, Robert
Note: #88327 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Wednesday, September 6 from 4:00pm - 5:00pm in room LE-232. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Wednesday, December 20th from 10am to 12pmin room LE-232 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email robert.cirivilleri@evc.edu if you need additional information.
89958 209 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 10/31/17— 12/21/17 SA101  Nguyen, Hai
90979 211 Online   10/30/17— 12/21/17   Collins, Christopher
Note: #90979 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Monday, October 30 at 6:00pm - 7:00pm in room TBA. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on (TO BE ANNOUNCED). Students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email Christopher.Collins@evc.edu if you need additional information.
HIST 021 - African American History  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This historical survey course examines the formation of African Americans from their time in captivity to their establishment as citizens who shaped the economic, political, social actions and consciousness of the nation. Combined with Political Science 001, this course meets US History, Constitution, and American Ideals requirement.
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88306 201 Lec MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA204  Hendricks, David
HIST 040 - United States Military History  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course is a survey of American Military History from 1775 to the present. All major American conflicts are reviewed as well as an examination of the influence of the military upon foreign policy, domestic affairs and diplomacy. It examines the reasons, causes, and legal limitations of war, as well as various doctrines developed since the American Revolution.
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88308 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 SA102  Narveson, Eric
HUMNT 002 - Intro to World Literature  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ENGL 102 and ENGL 104 or ESL 091 all with C or better or assessment
Students are introduced to a variety of literary works from around the world, from the 17th to the 21st century which are significant in illuminating both the universality and diversity of human experience. Readings in this course are chosen for their literary, historical, cultural, philosophical, and psychological importance.
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88328 201 Lec TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 C102  Warner, J Sterling
II 090 - Tutoring Training-Io  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
This course will help students gain knowledge about tutoring in order to provide effective academic assistance to others. Students will learn a variety of tutoring techniques which will address different learning styles, study skills and discipline specific needs. Students who are employed as a tutor in any of the EVC Tutoring Centers are required to complete this course. This course is also recommended for any student who intends to pursue a profession in teaching.
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89036 201 Online   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE231  Nguyen, William
Note: #89036 This class is an Internet online course. Students enrolling in this course need to be self-motivated and computer/ Internet literate. It is highly recommended students attend the course orientation on Friday, September 8 from 12pm to 1pm in room LE-231. Students who cannot attend an orientation must contact the instructor to schedule an online orientation prior to the first orientation date. Students not in attendance at the orientation will be dropped from the course. Students will be required to come on campus for the proctored final exam. The final will be held on-campus on: Friday, December 15 from 12pm to 2pm in room LE-231 and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Please email Wiliam.Nguyen@evc.edu if you need additional information.
II 210 - Supervised Tutoring  0.00 Units
Grading: N      |       Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Under the direction of a certificated supervisor in the Tutoring Center, students taking this course will receive tutoring assistance in areas of identified academic need. With the recommendation of appropriate faculty, tutors will be employed who have demonstrated competency in a particular subject, skills and/or discipline and who have or will successfully complete the tutor training course.
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88624 201 Tutoring   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Nguyen, William
88625 202 Tutoring   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Nguyen, William
88626 203 Tutoring   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Nguyen, William
88627 204 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Chau, Charles
  204 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Estrada, J Henry
  204 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Gonzalez, Alfred
  204 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Vedamati, Jagruti
  204 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Sundaresan, Revathi
  204 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Tavana, Azita
  204 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Khodai, Mehran
  204 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Moody, Karen
  204 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Nguyen, Vinh Kha
88628 205 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Khodai, Mehran
  205 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Estrada, J Henry
  205 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Moody, Karen
  205 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Tavana, Azita
  205 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Gonzalez, Alfred
  205 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Nguyen, Vinh Kha
  205 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Chau, Charles
  205 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Vedamati, Jagruti
  205 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Sundaresan, Revathi
88629 206 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Sundaresan, Revathi
  206 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Chau, Charles
  206 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Gonzalez, Alfred
  206 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Tavana, Azita
  206 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Vedamati, Jagruti
  206 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Estrada, J Henry
  206 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Khodai, Mehran
  206 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Moody, Karen
  206 Tutoring   09/11/17— 12/21/17 SA112  Nguyen, Vinh Kha
89174 207 Tutoring   09/05/17— 12/21/17   Salak, Robin
Note: #89174 Please enter through the DSP main office door, room SC-120.
89175 208 Tutoring   09/05/17— 12/21/17 LE228  Nguyen, William
Note: #87175 Early Alert students
JOURN 010 - Mass Media and Communications  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Students will study mass media and its relationship to and impact on society. Students will cover topics including basic theories in mass communication, media history and analysis of media production. Students will also explore legal, ethical and social issues related to the media.
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88329 201 Lec MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 VPA203  Nichols, Ralph
KINS 009B - Badminton Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: KINS 009A or equivalent
Students will learn necessary skills for performing in badminton at the intermediate level including developing effective short, drive and long serves. Shots developed include backcourt clears, drops, smashes, and blocks. Students will refine their ability to apply tactics in doubles, mixed and singles play. Competitive games will be played regularly.
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88081 201 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
88082 202 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Hickey, Lauren
  202 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Pratt, Norman Randy
88083 203 Lab MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Payne, John
  203 Lab MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Pratt, Norman Randy
88084 204 Lab MW   04:45 PM—06:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Naderi, Ramin
  204 Lab MW   04:45 PM—06:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Pratt, Norman Randy
88085 205 Lab TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Payne, John
KINS 009C - Badminton Advanced  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Completion of KINS 009B or equivalent
Students will learn necessary skills for performing in badminton at the advanced level including footwork and court positioning, reading the opponents' strengths and weaknesses and adjusting tactics, developing greater power with control in all shots. Students will learn techniques for improved quickness and shot anticipation. Competitive matches are played regularly.
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88086 201 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
88087 202 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Pratt, Norman Randy
  202 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Hickey, Lauren
88088 203 Lab MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Pratt, Norman Randy
  203 Lab MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Payne, John
88089 204 Lab MW   04:45 PM—06:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Naderi, Ramin
  204 Lab MW   04:45 PM—06:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Pratt, Norman Randy
KINS 009D - Badminton Tournament Play  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Completion of KINS 009C or equivalent
Students will learn necessary skills and strategies for performing in badminton tournaments. Tournament preparation for playing extended matches, maintaining readiness between games, team and tournament scoring, effective team communication, rest and nutrition.
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88090 201 Lab MW   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
88091 202 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Pratt, Norman Randy
  202 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Hickey, Lauren
88092 203 Lab MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Payne, John
  203 Lab MW   03:15 PM—04:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Pratt, Norman Randy
KINS 012A - Beginning Basketball  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course is designed to introduce the basic skills, techniques and rules of basketball. This is an excellent class for the student who took basketball in junior high/high school, but has not played the game for several years.
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88094 201 Lab TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
KINS 012D - Basketball Tournament Play  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Skills demonstration on the first day of class.
Students will learn necessary skills and strategies for performing in basketball tournaments or club play. Tournament preparation for playing extended matches, maintaining readiness between games, team and tournament scoring, effective team communication, and strategies will be covered.
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88095 201 Lab TTH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
KINS 033 - Intro to Kinesiology & PE  3.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary approach to the study of Kinesiology. An overview of the importance of the sub-disciplines in Kinesiology will be discussed. Students will explore career opportunities in the areas of education, coaching, wellness, fitness, Allied Health, recreation, and fitness professions. [KINS-033 is the same as PED-033]
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88080 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE107  Duke, Minerva
KINS 051A - Table Tennis Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Students will learn rules, etiquette and basic skills regarding Table Tennis. Serve, forehand, backhand and loops will be introduced. Body position and readiness necessary to develop faster play will be practiced. Students will develop game playing skills during class practice with singles and doubles.
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88096 201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206  Hickey, Lauren
KINS 051B - Table Tennis Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: KINS 051A
Further development of table tennis skills including pendulum forehand and sidespin backhand serves, forehand and backhand loops with technique to maximize spin generation. Improved set-up, blade angle, body position and follow through to generate more effective blocks, chops, and smashes. Tactics against spinners and power hitters will be introduced. Students participate in competitive matches in singles and doubles play.
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88097 201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206  Hickey, Lauren
KINS 051C - Table Tennis Advanced  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: KINS 051B
Table tennis skills, tactics and footwork for the advanced player. Mental training for shot anticipation, recovery positioning and return hitting zone is introduced. Service variety and tactics against attackers and defenders, loop shots against the push and block, counter-loops, counter-spin shots, and flick shots will be taught. Students perform regularly in competitive singles and doubles matches.
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88098 201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206  Hickey, Lauren
  201 Lab MW   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206  Pratt, Norman Randy
KINS 052A - Beginning Volleyball  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course is designed to introduce the basic fundamentals of volleyball. Students will learn the rules, strategies and proper etiquette as well as an appreciation for a lifetime activity.
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88099 201 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
88100 202 Lab TH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
KINS 052B - Intermediate Volleyball  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Complete the beginning volleyball course or have the necessary skills.
This course is designed to introduce the intermediate level skills, techniques, and rules of volleyball. Emphasis will be placed on refining fundamental skills and strategies, as well as an appreciation that volleyball is a lifetime activity.
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88101 201 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
88102 202 Lab TH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
KINS 052C - Advanced Volleyball  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: KINS 052B with a grade of C or better
This course is designed for students that are able to play volleyball at an advanced level, with the ability to perform advanced techniques, demonstrate ideal body positioning during advanced play, and to understand and apply the written and unwritten rules of play.
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88103 201 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
88104 202 Lab TH   06:30 PM—09:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
KINS 052D - Volleyball Tournament Play  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Completion of KINS 052C or equivalent (student background playing experience)
Students will learn necessary skills and strategies for performing in volleyball tournaments or club play. Tournament preparation for playing extended matches, maintaining readiness between games, team and tournament scoring, effective team communication, and strategies will be covered.
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88105 201 Lab TTH   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 GYM  Duke, Minerva
KINS 053A - Walk/Jog Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Cleared by a physician for physical activity
This entry level course will introduce techniques for improving cardiovascular fitness, strength, flexibility and weight management through the activity of walking and jogging. The class is designed for individuals having little or no previous experience in walking or jogging programs. Principles for improved health practices and healthy weight management will be covered. Throughout the class students will progress to more challenging routes as physical fitness improves.
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88107 201 Lab TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206  Perez, Felicia
KINS 053B - Jogging for Fitness  1.00 Units
Grading: L      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course provides information on preparation, training principles and suggested programs to follow for jogging for fitness. It also includes techniques to improve and progress to a higher level of aerobic capacity, as well as focus on the benefits of strength and flexibility programs related to jogging.
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88108 201 Lab TTH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 PE206  Perez, Felicia
KINS 056A - Weight Training Beg.  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This is a physical activity course designed to teach students how to use progressive weight resistance exercises to develop muscular strength and endurance while using both free weights and weight machines.
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88109 201 Lab MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 FC101  Payne, John
88110 202 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 FC101  Payne, John
88177 204 Lab TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 FC101  Payne, John
KINS 056C - Weight Training Adv  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This is a physical activity course designed for students having a solid understanding of basic training techniques and strength programs. Students will learn techniques for bodybuilding and improving strength and speed in athletic competition.
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88125 207 Lab MW   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 FC101  Payne, John
88126 202 Lab MW   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 FC101  Payne, John
88128 204 Lab TTH   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 09/05/17— 12/21/17 FC101  Payne, John
KINS 087A - Hiking and Backpacking, Beg  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Cleared by a physician for physical activity
This course will introduce students to the preparation, knowledge and skills necessary for safe, enjoyable and adventurous hiking and backpacking. Students will build stamina and fitness hiking local parks and complete an overnight field experience hiking and camping in a wilderness area.
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88129 201 Lab SU   06:00 PM—09:50 PM 09/10/17— 09/10/17 PE107  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab SU   08:00 AM—02:00 PM 09/17/17— 10/08/17 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab FSSU   08:00 AM—06:00 PM 10/13/17— 10/15/17 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
Note: #88129 ON-CAMPUS MEETING: Sunday, September 10th, from 6:00pm - 9:50pm in room PE107. OFF-CAMPUS FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCE: Sunday, Sept. 17 at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park from 8:00am - 2:00pm; Sunday, Sept. 24 at Castle Rock State Park from 8:00am - 2:00pm; Sunday, Oct. 8 at Big Basin Redwoods State Park from 8:00am - 2:00pm; Friday through Sunday, Oct. 13 - 15 at Sequoia National Park from 8:00am - 6:00pm. Hiking and Backpacking is a physical activity course with off campus meetings. Activities will include camping. All camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. Students must be able to provide or arrange for their own transportation if school vans are not available. The student is responsible to pay park entrance/camping fees when required. Itinerary, logistics, group organization and equipment needs will be covered at the first on-campus meeting. If more information is needed, please contact Randy Pratt randy@dirtyshirt.com or visit www.dirtyshirt.com
KINS 087B - Hiking and Backpacking, Int  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Cleared by a physician for physical activity
This course will develop greater understanding and capacity to hike and/or backpack distances up to 10 miles with elevation changes up to 2,000 feet. Students will learn about trail ratings, planning for extended exposure, managing hydration and energy needs and risk management. The course includes an overnight field experience camping and hiking in a wilderness area.
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88130 201 Lab SU   06:00 PM—09:50 PM 09/10/17— 09/10/17 PE107  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab SU   08:00 AM—02:00 PM 09/17/17— 10/08/17 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab FSSU   08:00 AM—06:00 PM 10/13/17— 10/15/17 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
Note: #88130 ON-CAMPUS MEETING: Sunday, September 10th, from 6:00pm - 9:50pm in room PE107. OFF-CAMPUS FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCE: Sunday, Sept. 17 at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park from 8:00am - 2:00pm; Sunday, Sept. 24 at Castle Rock State Park from 8:00am - 2:00pm; Sunday, Oct. 8 at Big Basin Redwoods State Park from 8:00am - 2:00pm; Friday through Sunday, Oct. 13 - 15 at Sequoia National Park from 8:00am - 6:00pm. Hiking and Backpacking is a physical activity course with off campus meetings. Activities will include camping. All camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. Students must be able to provide or arrange for their own transportation if school vans are not available. The student is responsible to pay park entrance/camping fees when required. Itinerary, logistics, group organization and equipment needs will be covered at the first on-campus meeting. If more information is needed, please contact Randy Pratt randy@dirtyshirt.com or visit www.dirtyshirt.com
KINS 087C - Hiking and Backpacking Adv  1.00 Units
Grading: O      |       Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
This course will develop greater understanding and capacity to safely day hike and/or backpack distances up to 18 miles with elevation changes over 2,000 feet. Students will prepare for and hike on trails rated difficult. The course includes an overnight field experience camping and hiking in a wilderness area.
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88131 201 Lab SU   06:00 PM—09:50 PM 09/10/17— 09/10/17 PE107  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab SU   08:00 AM—02:00 PM 09/17/17— 10/08/17 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab FSSU   08:00 AM—06:00 PM 10/13/17— 10/15/17 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
Note: #88131 ON-CAMPUS MEETING: Sunday, September 10th, from 6:00pm - 9:50pm in room PE107. OFF-CAMPUS FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCE: Sunday, Sept. 17 at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park from 8:00am - 2:00pm; Sunday, Sept. 24 at Castle Rock State Park from 8:00am - 2:00pm; Sunday, Oct. 8 at Big Basin Redwoods State Park from 8:00am - 2:00pm; Friday through Sunday, Oct. 13 - 15 at Sequoia National Park from 8:00am - 6:00pm. Hiking and Backpacking is a physical activity course with off campus meetings. Activities will include camping. All camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. Students must be able to provide or arrange for their own transportation if school vans are not available. The student is responsible to pay park entrance/camping fees when required. Itinerary, logistics, group organization and equipment needs will be covered at the first on-campus meeting. If more information is needed, please contact Randy Pratt randy@dirtyshirt.com or visit www.dirtyshirt.com