San Jose City College

Fall 2020 Online & Hybrid Courses

Print Friendly

Note: Clicking on the REGID will take you to Express Registration (MyWeb)

Last Update: 05/28/2020 4:34 PM

ACCTG 020 - Financial Accounting  5.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: ACCTG 101 with C or better, or MATH 111 with P grade
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This introductory financial accounting course is designed for transfer students in business, information systems, and/or accounting. Students will study topics which 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.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104576 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Chawla, Gurdeep
This is an online section.
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
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will use QuickBooks software to learn accounting. This course in computer-based accounting gives students hands-on use of QuickBooks business forms for recording sales and receivables, payables and purchases, and payroll. Students will explore various methods of business problem solving.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104581 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Chawla, Gurdeep
This is an online section.
ADS 070 - Intro Chemical Dependency  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will examine cultural, historical and political influences on alcohol and drug abuse and its impact on the community. Sociocultural factors that contribute to the use of drugs, addiction issues will be examined through the lens of Western and non-western societies, as well as a comparisons between the impact of substance use on gender, diverse ages and subgroups. As an overview course, the review of the pattern and progression of chemical addiction will connect treatment modalities and interventions from a theoretical perspective. Students will be required to attend outside workshops or events.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103222 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Flores, Jose
This is an online section.
ADS 082 - Mental Health and Offenders  2.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students become aware of the substantial percentage of those under criminal justice supervision that have one or more co-occurring mental disorders in addition to their substance use disorder. Students will review the intersection between behavioral health and addiction, approaches to co-occurring disorder assessment, symptoms of major mental health disorders, and trauma-informed services in the criminal justice system.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103229 101 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Richardson, Stacy
This is an online section.
ADS 083 - Treatment for Offenders  2.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students review the challenges facing addicted criminal justice clients. Addicted offenders may require help meeting basic life needs, such as finding housing, applying for a job, or cooking a meal. Students will explore the use of motivational interviewing to assist clients to manage their feelings, control impulses, and work toward concrete goals. Students will explore strategies and techniques which include confronting manipulation and setting boundaries.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103230 101 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Cook, Mary
This is an online section.
ADS 172 - LAADC Codependency  1.50 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: Must have graduate degree in counseling, psychology or social work per LAADC requirements.
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will learn approaches to codependency from an attachment theory, behavioral, and physical perspective. Course covers topics that include attachment theory definitions and characteristics, Pia Mellody's Five Core Symptoms, genograms, dysfunctional and healthy family systems, parenting, culture and codependency, reparenting, and approaches to recovery. This is one of six required courses for LAADC (Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor) advanced certification. This course is not transferable and does not meet requirements of the AS Degree in Alcohol and Drug Studies. This is part of a nine-unit series of courses preparing students with a masters degree in psychology or social work for an LAADC certificate of specialization through the California Consortium of Addiction Professionals and Programs (CCAPP).
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103233 101 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Cook, Mary
This is an online section.
ADS 174 - LAADC Ethics/Person/Prof Grow  1.50 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: Must have graduate degree in counseling, psychology or social work per LAADC requirements.
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will learn to address ethical, personal, and professional concerns of alcohol and drug counselors with an emphasis on continued individual growth and development. Ethical and professional standards, credentialing requirements, and assessment of personal strengths and weaknesses will be examined. This is one of six required courses for LAADC (Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor) advanced certification. This course is not transferable and does not meet requirements of the AS Degree in Alcohol and Drug Studies. This is part of a nine-unit series of courses preparing students with a masters degree in psychology or social work for an LAADC certificate of specialization through the California Consortium of Addiction Professionals and Programs (CCAPP).
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103234 101 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Cook, Mary
This is an online section.
AJ 010 - Intro to Admin of Justice  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the history and philosophy of administration of justice including law enforcement, the courts, and corrections. Students study the responsibilities of criminal justice agents, legal frameworks, and the role of the justice system in a pluralistic society. Students will also explore the concepts of crime causation, punishments and rehabilitation, and training standards of criminal justice personnel.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103236 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Portales, Elias
This is an online section.
AJ 128 - Public Trust & Confidence  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will review and analyze the importance of court accountability, transparency, and procedural fairness to instill the public's trust and confidence in the courts. Students will discuss purposes and tools of court performance and how court performance directly relates to the public's perception of the court system. Students will identify the relationship among the court, the media, and the community.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103241 101 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Torre, Kenneth
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
AJ 129 - Fund Court Ops-Court Support  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will review and analyze the role and responsibilities of courtroom support personnel: role of jury services, courtroom clerks, court reporters, court security (bailiffs), and interpreters. The functions of records management including public access, retention, and destruction of records will also be covered. Students will identify and examine services available for self-represented litigants and alternate methods of resolution.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103242 101 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Crawford, Jean
This is an online section.
AJ 133 - Career Readiness  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will examine the variety of careers in the judicial branch and justice system. Students will learn about the public employment process and the basics of a successful application. They will identify the key knowledge, skills, and abilities involved in the employment process, such as locating job opportunities, writing resumes, networking, preparing for employment testing, and interviewing techniques. Topics will also include employer expectations, performance management, and work/life balance.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103243 101 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Dorfman, Sherry
This is an online section.
ANTH 062 - Intro to Physical Anthropology  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the field of Physical Anthropology to gain an understanding of the concepts, methods of inquiry, and scientific explanations for biological evolution and their application to the human species. Topics will include the adaptation utilizing scientific principles, evolutionary theory, human genetic variation, nonhuman primates, fossil record, sociobiology, archaeology, biocultural adaptation, forensics, evolutionary medicine, and evolution in the globalized world.  The scientific method serves as foundation of the course. Field trip may be included.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103245 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Gamboa, Jacqueline
This is an online section.
ART 072 - Computer Graphics  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: PC or Mac, and basic computer literacy are highly recommended.
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students learn fundamental concepts and practices of creating computer graphics. Topics will include using design elements, creating layouts, working among software programs, using scanners, digital cameras and other input devices, and printing. Students will apply the foundational principles and elements of design in a computer setting.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103299 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Bhattacharyya, Jonali
This is an online section.
ART 079A - Web Design 1  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study the key concepts of building well-designed and functional web sites. Topics will include analysis of web architecture, an introduction to HTML and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), creation of web appropriate graphics, designing for different devices, and web accessibility issues
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103303 101 Hybrid W   02:30 PM—05:20 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T401  Bhattacharyya, Jonali
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
ART 079B - Web Design 2  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: ART 079A with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students who have completed Web Design 1 will take their skills to the next level. Students will study topics that will include analysis and deconstruction of web sites, advanced design concepts, integrating media, designing for multiple platforms, and an exploration of the latest technology. Students will be expected to work independently.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103304 101 Hybrid W   02:30 PM—05:20 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T401  Bhattacharyya, Jonali
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
ART 090 - Art Appreciation  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will develop an appreciation of the visual arts, aesthetics, and creative process. They are introduced to the analysis of art in terms of form, function, process, content, and themes. Students receive a broad overview of the visual arts, its elements and principles, media, techniques, and terminology. Students will also examine the role of art criticism and aesthetics in a historical and cultural context. Field trips may be required.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103307 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Harris-Sintamarian, Emanuela
This is an online section.
ASTRO 010 - Introduction to Astronomy  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study astronomical processes related to the structure and origin of the solar system, the Milky Way, the lives of stars, galaxies, and the search for extraterrestrial life. The relationship of these processes to each other and to overarching astronomy concepts, such as the evolution of our universe and the laws of physics will be examined. Major focuses include communicating scientific concepts, the impact these processes have on civilization and recent research. The scientific method is illustrated as it relates to analyzing astronomy problems. Fieldtrips may be required. 
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103738 104 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Chaharsough-Shirazi, Atousa
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
103739 105 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Chaharsough-Shirazi, Atousa
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
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 or CHEM 032A) and MATH 013; all with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will explore the different body systems (e.g. nervous, endocrine, muscular, urinary, respiratory, cardiovascular, reproductive) along with cellular physiology and metabolism.  Students will also learn to use physiology to help diagnose and treat disease, along with answering questions like: "If you pull someone’s heart out of their chest, why does the heart keep beating? Why is 0.9% NaCl often the IV of choice in hospitals? Why is it dangerous to drink too much water too fast? Why do you feel dizzy when you stand up?"  This course is required for four-year nursing and pre-professional majors in the health science field. 
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105210 104 Hybrid MW   07:30 PM—10:35 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 S133  Rojo, Carlos
  104 Hybrid W   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 09/30/20— 09/30/20 S203  Rojo, Carlos
  104 Hybrid M   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 11/02/20— 11/02/20 S203  Rojo, Carlos
  104 Hybrid W   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 11/25/20— 11/25/20 S203  Rojo, Carlos
  104 Hybrid W   06:00 PM—07:20 PM 12/16/20— 12/16/20 S203  Rojo, Carlos
This is a hybrid section in which students will attend lab meetings in person, but will receive lectures online (with some required in-person meetings). Given the hybrid/online nature of this course, it is strongly recommended that students in this course be self-motivated, with developed study habits that allow them to complete assignments well in advance and prior to the due date, able to keep up with fast-paced lecture material with minimal supervision, and internet and computer literate (as there will be frequent online assignments and online office hours). Lab will meet Mondays and Wednesdays, from 7:30-10:35pm in room S133. There will be 5 required meetings for the lecture portion of the course, which include meeting for an online orientation (date: 8/31/2020), three in person midterm exams (dates: 9/30/2020, 11/02/2020, 11/25/2020), and a final exam (date: 12/16/2020). All in person meetings will occur during the normal lecture time (6:00-7:20pm) in S203. Please contact the instructor for the link to join the online orientation. Students who do not attend the online orientation will be dropped from the course. If you are a student who does not believe they will thrive in an online environment and require additional in person contact with the instructor or practice, see sections 101/102 for the "flipped" version of this course.
105211 105 Hybrid THF   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 S130  Rojo, Carlos
  105 Hybrid THF   10:45 AM—01:50 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 S130  Pal, Gayatri
  105 Hybrid TH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 10/01/20— 10/01/20 S205  Rojo, Carlos
  105 Hybrid TH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 10/01/20— 10/01/20 S205  Pal, Gayatri
  105 Hybrid F   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 10/30/20— 10/30/20 S205  Pal, Gayatri
  105 Hybrid F   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 10/30/20— 10/30/20 S205  Rojo, Carlos
  105 Hybrid F   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 11/20/20— 11/20/20 S205  Pal, Gayatri
  105 Hybrid F   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 11/20/20— 11/20/20 S205  Rojo, Carlos
  105 Hybrid TH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 12/17/20— 12/17/20 S205  Rojo, Carlos
  105 Hybrid TH   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 12/17/20— 12/17/20 S205  Pal, Gayatri
This is a hybrid section in which students will attend lab meetings in person, but will receive lectures online (with some required in-person meetings). Given the hybrid/online nature of this course, is strongly recommended that students in this course be self-motivated, able to keep up with fast-paced lecture material with minimal supervision, and internet and computer literate (as there will be frequent online assignments and online office hours). Lab will meet Thursdays and Fridays, from 10:45am-1:50pm in room S130. There will be 5 required meetings for the lecture portion of the course, which include meeting for an online orientation (date: 09/03/2020), three in person midterm exams (dates: 10/01/2020, 10/30/2020, 11/20/2020), and a final exam (date: 12/17/2020). All in person meetings will occur during the normal lecture time in (9:15-10:35) in S205. Please contact the instructor for the link to join the online orientation. Students who do not attend the online orientation will be dropped from the course. If you are a student who does not believe they will thrive in an online environment and require additional in person contact with the instructor or practice, see sections 101/102 for the "flipped" version of this course.
BUS 007A - Business Language Skills  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students use and apply English language skills for business letter writing. Students practice and study grammar, word and number usage, punctuation, vocabulary, spelling, and other mechanics that apply to business writing.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105341 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Layman, Norma
This is an online section.
BUS 008 - Business English/Writing  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: BUS 007A and competent use of Microsoft Word and Excel programs
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students determine the content, styles, medium, and audience considerations for business communications. Students will acquire the skills to write succesful memorandums, letters, email messages, and reports. The grammar skills acquired in BUS 007A facilitate successful completion of this course. Prior completion of BUS 007A is highly recommended.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104596 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Layman, Norma
This is an online section.
BUS 082 - Introduction to Business  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 2
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
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 and impact of global business, and the significance of small businesses. Underlying many of the topics will be the management aspects of planning organizing, leading and controlloing of business units. Finally, the course will cover skills and attributes necessary for successful employment in the various functions of business.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104602 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Torres, Reynaldo
This is an online section.
CA 040D - Microsoft Word Level 1  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will learn the basics of Microsoft Word including: creating documents; using tables and templates to create resumes and cover letters; creating research papers, newsletters, and merged mailing labels. In addition, students will learn how to use styles, create multilevel lists and charts, and table features. This is a self-paced course.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104616 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Lundie, Clem
This is an online section.
CA 045D - Microsoft Word Level 2  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students learn the expert level features of Microsoft Word including: building documents from reusable content, using markup tools, creating web content, using advanced editing tools, and creating mass mailings. Students also learn about creating standardized forms, managing documents, integrating MS Word with MS PowerPoint, and modifying document components. 
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104618 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Branom, Mark
This is an online section.
CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, and 80D are all concurrent. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 050D - Microsoft Excel Level 1  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will learn the basic features of Excel to create charts, work with built in mathematical functions, create tables, and manage large worksheets. Students will apply themes and conditional formatting to modify the style of the worksheet as well as save files under different formats. Students will create excel databases as well as sort and filter data. This is a self-paced course.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104619 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Sengal, Kidane
This is an online section.
CA 055D - Microsoft Excel Level 2  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute and completion of CA 050D is strongly recommended.
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will use the advanced features of Microsoft Excel to create Pivot Table and Pivot Chart reports, audit worksheets, analyze and summarize data, create macros, and work with visual basic for applications. Students will also import data from other applications, use database statistics, manage workgoup collaboration, and prepare a workbook for final distribution. This is a self-paced course.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104621 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Branom, Mark
This is an online section.
CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, and 80D are all concurrent. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 060D - Microsoft Access Level 1  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students use the basic features of Microsoft Access to design databases. They will create database objects such as tables, queries, forms, and reports. Students will import and export data. This is a self-paced course.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104623 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Branom, Mark
This is an online section.
CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, and 80D are all concurrent. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 065D - Microsoft Access Level 2  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute and completion of CA 060D strongly recommended
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will use advanced features of Microsoft Access. They will customize forms and reports, create macros, Pivot Tables/Charts, integrate with other applications, secure databases, and write SQL statements. Students learn to group, and perform summary calculations in reports. They will create main forms and subforms, as well as create reports and sub reports. They will learn to import and export data between Access, Excel, and Word.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104624 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Branom, Mark
This is an online section.
CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, and 80D are all concurrent. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 070D - Microsoft PowerPoint Level 1  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding of 25 net words per minute.
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will learn the basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint including creating new presentation, formatting, enhancing presentations with animation, video, tables, and charts. Students will also learn to create templates, review, publish, compare, combine, and protect presentations. This is a self-paced course.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104626 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Branom, Mark
This is an online section.
CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, and 80D are all concurrent. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 075D - Microsoft PowerPoint Level 2  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will use advanced features of Microsoft PowerPoint. They will apply advanced graphic techniques, insert and embed audio and video, and use tables and pie charts. They will also learn about publishing presentations in other formats. This is a self-paced course.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104627 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Branom, Mark
This is an online section.
CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, and 80D are all concurrent. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CA 080D - MS Outlook  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Basic touch keyboarding skill of 25 net words a minute
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will learn the features of Microsoft Outlook. Students will learn features of Microsoft Outlook. They will acquire skills to create and manage email, calendars, scheduling of appointments, as well as contacts, tasks and notes. This is a self-paced course.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104628 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Branom, Mark
This is an online section.
CA 45D, 55D, 60D, 65D, 70D, 75D, and 80D are all concurrent. You may only enroll in one of these sections.
CHEM 010 - Everyday Chemistry  4.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with a P and CHEM 010 with a C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study how chemistry impacts their everyday life. This course includes topics that address socio-cultural aspects of chemistry such as consumer products, energy applications, food production and nutrition. Students will also examine the design, use, and life cycle of synthetic materials and their environmental impact. This course is geared for non-science majors or for students without previous background in science.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103825 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Lazik, Iyun
This is an online section.
CIS 014A - Internet Principles/Protocols  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Recommended: CIS 041 or CIT 010
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study the principles and protocols of the Internet. Students learn methods used to move data from one location to another over the Internet including TCP/IP, Internet security, routing, DHCP, DNS, and VPN.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104634 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Sengal, Kidane
This is an online section.
CIS 017A - Windows  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: CIS 041 or equivalent strongly recommended
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students acquire skills installing, planning, implementing, configuring and maintaining the Windows operating system. Students are introduced to remote desktop and virtual mode, printing, managing data storage, network services, speech recognition, remote access services, and network monitoring. The course also includes information on virtualization support, backup and data recovery, and managing system reliability and availability.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104637 101 Hybrid   08/31/20— 10/23/20 T203  Sengal, Kidane
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
There is an in-person orientation Tuesday 9/4 from 6:00-7:50pm in the room listed.
CIS 017B - Windows Server  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: CIS 017A with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will acquire skills installing, planning, implementing, configuring and maintaining the Windows Server operating system. Students are introduced to Active Directory and account management, printing, managing data storage, network services, deploying Internet Information Server (IIS) services and Certificate Authority, remote access services, server and network monitoring. The course also includes information on virtualization, application services, data provisioning, backup and data recovery, and managing system reliability and availability.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104638 101 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Sengal, Kidane
This is an online section.
CIS 020 - XML Fundamentals  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will create their own XML documents, XML document type definitions, and schemas to describe their structure and content in building dynamic web pages. Students will also discover how to use cascading style sheets (CSS) to render XML documents using an ordinary web browser.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104641 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Branom, Mark
This is an online section.
CIS 022 - Database Technology  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will learn how to create a database, implement using SQL (Structured Query Language), and create access to the Internet. Students will study database concepts, structure, access methods, and design considerations. The class will focus on object-relational databases.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104642 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Sengal, Kidane
This is an online section.
CIS 024C - Python Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: CIS 041 or CIT 010
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study the use of Python, a programming language, to create stand-alone and web-based applications. Students will acquire skills necessary to locate, evaluate, and utilize open source web materials.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104643 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Dorairaj, Sanjay
This is an online section.
CIS 036 - Web 2.0 Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students learn to use and integrate the technologies that form the foundation of Web 2.0 to produce rich web applications such as podcasts, blogging tools, XML, HTML, HTTP, and user interface.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104644 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Dorairaj, Sanjay
This is an online section.
CIS 041 - Intro to Computer Info Sys  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will learn basic computer concepts with an emphasis on both the personal computer and enterprise computing. Students cover topics including hardware, application and system software, the internet and World Wide Web, communications, e-commerce, societal issues, database management, systems analysis and design, programming, information systems, career opportunities, certifications in the computer field, and computer trends. Student get hands-on practice of introductory level skills in word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation graphics, and use of the internet. Students will be exposed to a programming language.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104647 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Sengal, Kidane
This is an online section.
104648 104 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Lundie, Clem
This is an online section.
104649 105 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Lundie, Clem
This is an online section.
104650 106 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Lundie, Clem
This is an online section.
CIS 054 - C/C++ Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: CIS 041
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study C, a general-purpose programming language, which features brevity of expression, modern control flow and data structures, and a rich set of operators. Students will also study C++, an object oriented programming language that is built using the C language as a base. Students will learn the importance of portability and efficiency through a variety of programming assignments. This course includes application programs and/or systems software.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104651 101 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 T203  Dorairaj, Sanjay
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
There is a required in-person orientation Monday 9/3 from 6:00-7:50 in the room listed.
104652 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   McElroy, Daniel
This is an online section.
CIS 084 - Java Programming  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: CIS 41 or equivalent
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the Java programming language, data types, and data structures using an object-oriented approach. Topics include problem solving, classes, variable passing, Graphical User Interface (GUI), input/output, Java libraries, applets, and exception handling.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104656 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   McElroy, Daniel
This is an onine section.
CIS 108 - Technest 3: Internet of Things  3.00 Units
Grading: N   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: Successful completion of the assessment exercises must be done before student can enroll.
Recommended: Successful completion of CIS 106, CIS 024A or similar Python programming experience is recommended. Students should visit the Technest webpage at http://www.sjcc.edu/home/technest or contact the course instructor for additional information.
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
As the third course in the Technest Coding Academy, students are exposed to the emerging platform called the Internet of Things (IoT). Topics include: exploration of the convergence of multiple disciplines leading to modern smartphones; exploring the emerging IoT platform, enabling unprecedented, innovative products and services; learn how information from physical devices in the real world gets communicated to smartphone processors; interfacing common sensors and actuators to hardware; developing software to acquire sensory data, process the data and actuate stepper motors, LEDs, etc. for use in mobile-enabled products.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104660 101 Hybrid TH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 MIL-TECH  Lawson, Cecil
To enroll in the Technest courses, attend the orientation (online or in person) and then take the assessment listed on the Technest website: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/technest
Questions? Contact Mark Branom at mark.branom@sjcc.edu
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
This section is held at the SJCC Milpitas Extension: 1450 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
CNSTR 110 - BIM  3.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Recommended: Completion of CNSTR 106
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will prepare working drawings utilizing the Building Information Modeling (BIM) program from which building structures will be designed. Students will participate in BIM to collaborate with other students and disciplines within the Construction Department in designing their projects to include designing, planning room areas, elevations, construction, and estimating building cost.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105292 102 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 CT114  Harlan, Richard
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
Students are required to attend the course orientation on Friday, September 4th, 2020 at 5:00pm until 8:05pm at SJCC in the classroom listed. The final examination is on Friday December 11th, 2020 at 5:00p until 8:05pm in the same classroom and students must attend the final exam to complete the class. Students with questions should email the instructor Rich Harlan (Richard.Harlan@evc.edu).
COMS 020 - Oral Communication  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Prior completion of ENGL 001A is highly recommended
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will acquire theory and technique of public speaking. 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 taking this course online must be able to record and upload audiovisual files.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104754 107 Hybrid T   06:15 PM—07:35 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T210  Baker, Waylon
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
COMS 040 - Intro to Argumentation  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will learn methods of critical inquiry and advocacy. Students will develop skills in identifying fallacies in reasoning and language, testing evidence and evidence sources, advancing a reasoned position, and defending and refuting arguments. Students engage in analysis, presentation, and evaluation of oral and written arguments.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104766 102 Hybrid W   06:15 PM—07:35 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T210  Baker, Waylon
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
DANCE 002 - Dance Appreciation  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Recommended: A solid command of the English language, particularly strong writing skills
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
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.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103469 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   McCall, Amber
This is an online section.
ECE 107 - Child, Family and Community  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Corequisite: FCS 070
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students examine the developing child in a societal context focusing on the interrelationship of family, school, and community; emphasis will be on historical and social factors. Patterns of development, child rearing, and the value of education in contemporary American society will be discussed. The processes of socialization and identity development will be highlighted. Community resources that foster the positive development of the child in the context of the family will be identified. This course meets licensing and the Child Development Permit requirements for teachers.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103503 101 Hybrid W   06:15 PM—09:30 PM 10/26/20— 12/17/20 B201  Ramirez Sharpe, Elizabeth
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
ECON 010A - Prin. of Macroeconomic Theory  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with P grade
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to macroeconomic theory, including the principles of supply and demand, the market and banking systems. They will examine the forces affecting the national economy such as money and credit, income, employment, prices, and monetary and fiscal policies. They will study economic fluctuations including changes in aggregate demand, aggregate supply, employment, inflation, interest rates, and the international value of the dollar to output.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103513 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Trieu, Hung
This is an online section.
103515 104 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Trieu, Hung
This is an online section.
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
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to microeconomic theory including economic behavior of individual economic units such as consumers, firms, and resource owners. They will examine the market system as a means of solving problems in the production and distribution of goods and services in a society. Students analyze the effectiveness of the price system in providing the society with an equitable distribution of goods, services, and income. They will also study microeconomic problems such as monopoly power of big business and big unions, government regulations and consumer protection, the energy crisis, taxes, and welfare.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103518 103 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Trieu, Hung
This is an online section.
ENGL 001A - English Composition  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
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.
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will learn the skills necessary for writing college level compositions. Students learn expository writing, critical reading, and research techniques. Students will also learn to write academic essays including a documented research paper in conventional format using MLA style. English 001A is the first transfer level English course.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104829 127 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Griffin, Dedrick
This is an online section.
104830 128 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Blair, Michelle
This is an online section.
104831 129 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Blair, Michelle
This is an online section.
104832 130 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Heimler, Charles
This is an online section.
104833 131 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   McGuire, Jennifer
This is an online section.
104834 132 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Chapa, Aurelio
This is an 8 week long online section.
ENGL 001A-132 and ENGL 001C-112 are part of a one semester accelerated learning community. Students should plan to enroll in both sections.
105294 137 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   McGuire, Jennifer
This is an online section.
This section is for students who choose embedded tutorial support when taking Engl 1A. Students must enroll in both ENGL 1A-137 and ENGL 120-137.
ENGL 001B - English Composition  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
English 001B is a second semester college composition course. Students will study expository and argumentative writing directed toward an analysis of ideas and concepts from a wide variety of literature. Students will read fiction, drama, poetry, and essays critically reading in these genres for the purpose of writing.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104849 106 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Inguito, Kevin
This is an online section.
104851 107 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Brennan, Raymond
This is an online section.
104853 108 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Torres, Noe
This is an online section.
ENGL 001C - Critical Thinking/Composition  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math:
Prerequisite: ENGL 001A with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will learn to identify the basic structures of arguments and the ways people use language to fortify or to falsify arguments. This course presents the techniques of critical reasoning and advanced composition. Students will analyze and demonstrate these techniques by writing and critiquing essays. This course is specifically designed to meet the IGETC critical thinking requirement.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104862 107 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Inguito, Kevin
This is an online section.
104863 108 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Griffin, Dedrick
This is an online section.
104865 109 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Kozlowski, Heidi
This is an online section.
104867 110 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Inguito, Kevin
This is an online section.
104874 112 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Chapa, Aurelio
This is an 8 week long online section.
105247 113 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Heimler, Charles
This is an online section.
ENGL 084A - Survey of American Lit I  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101), all with a P or placement based on assessment
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study the progression of American literature from its beginning to 1865 with emphasis on social and cultural backgrounds. This course includes works of writers of the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Romantic periods.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104881 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Kozlowski, Heidi
This is an online section.
ENGL 086A - Survey British Literature I  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (ENGL 092 or ENGL 104) and (ENGL 102 or READ 101), all with C or better or placement based on assessment
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the development of British literature from its beginnings in the 8th Century AD through the 18th Century. Students will read and discuss examples of epic, lyric, drama, and prose writings.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104884 101 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Chapa, Aurelio
This is an 8 week long online section.
ENGL 120 - Composition Skills Support  2.00 Units
Grading: N   |   Advisory Level  —   Read:   |  Write:  | Math:
Corequisite: ENGL 001A
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: NAA
Students will develop writing and critical thinking skills to enhance success in ENGL 001A. This is a supplemental support course for ENGL 001A. Students will practice a variety of writing and revision techniques and build research literacy. Topics may include essay organization, writing for an audience, using college level diction and tone, and self-reflective strategies for revision. This course must be taken concurrently with ENGL 001A.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104906 133 Hybrid T   08:00 PM—09:05 PM 09/15/20— 12/17/20 GE217  do Carmo, Patricia
This section is focused for ESL students.
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
This section is for students who choose embedded tutorial support when taking Engl 1A. Students must enroll in both ENGL 1A-133 and ENGL 120-133.
105295 137 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   McGuire, Jennifer
This is an online section.
This section is for students who choose embedded tutorial support when taking Engl 1A. Students must enroll in both ENGL 1A-137 and ENGL 120-137.
ESL 099 - Advanced Reading and Writing  6.00 Units
Grading: K   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will write a variety of texts that exhibit depth, relevance, and complexity in idea development. Students will also apply literal, inferential, interpretive reading, and critical thinking skills, likewise, enhance skills in vocabulary comprehension and acquisition and the advanced level of language learning. Reading materials will highlight current issues and topics of interest across cultures and will include literary works, articles, essays, and a technical report. This course is designed for non-native speakers of English.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104916 103 Hybrid TH   06:15 PM—09:45 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 GE221  Trombly-Christen, Christine
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
104918 104 Hybrid F   08:30 AM—12:20 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 GE211  Rice, Leslie
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
ETH 027 - Intro to Race & Ethnicity  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will critically explore the phenomena of race and ethnicity in the history of the United States. Examining the socio-political realities of power, students analyze the processes by which racial stratification occur. Particular emphasis is placed on the socio-historical experiences of major, subordinate ethnic groups in America --African Americans, Mexican Americans, Asian Americans, and Native Americans. Students critically analyze major theoretical approaches to understanding the circumstances that have shaped present race relations in America and various Ethnic Studies paradigms.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103524 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Huynh, Cindy
This is an online section.
103525 103 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Rodriguez, Andres
This is an online section.
ETH 037A - Mexican American History I  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will survey the social, political, economic, and cultural history of the Mexican American experience within the context of U.S. history from the pre-Columbian era to Reconstruction. Students will also critically analyze the roles and contributions that Mexican Americans have played in the development of the United States with comparisons to other groups. ETH 037A, along with ETH 037B, satisfies the District requirements in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals requirement.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103533 104 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Gamboa, Juan
This is an online section.
103534 105 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Rodriguez, Andres
This is an online section.
ETH 037B - Mexican American History II  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will survey the social, poltical, economic, and cultural history of the Mexican American experience within the context of U.S. history from Reconstruction to the present. Students will also analyze roles and contributions that Mexican Americans have played in the development of the United States and California, and with comparisons to other groups. ETH 037B, along with ETH 037A, satisfies the District requirements in U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals requirement.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103537 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Gamboa, Juan
This is an online section.
ETH 042 - Asian Pacific American Culture  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will survey Asian Pacific American experience, with more emphasis on the six largest ethnic groups: Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Vietnamese, Korean, and Japanese. Students will analyze migration, ethnic culture, and contributions of Asian Pacific Americans in the United States, with comparison to other racial groups including African and Latinx Americans.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105229 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Huynh, Cindy
This is an online section.
FCS 019 - Nutrition  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced 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 misinformation.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103540 101 Hybrid TH   12:15 PM—01:35 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 GE123  Antonelli, Sharon
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
103541 102 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Antonelli, Sharon
This is an online section.
103542 103 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Antonelli, Sharon
This is an online section.
FCS 070 - Child Development  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
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.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103543 101 Hybrid W   06:15 PM—09:05 PM 08/31/20— 10/23/20 B201  Bhatnagar, Ranjana
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
103545 103 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Sudarsana, Madhavi
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
GLOBL 001 - Introduction to Global Studies  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the emerging field of Global Studies. Students gain an interdisciplinary view of globalization and global perspectives that include consideration of social, cultural, religious, political, and geographical factors that affect the world community. Significant economic trends and environmental issues are addressed. 
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103547 101 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Conroy, Mary
This is an online section.
GLOBL 002 - Global Issues  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the origins, current status, and future trends of major transnational issues confronting the global community. They will study current world population trends, and explore meeting human needs for food, water, energy, and health care. Issues addressed include human rights, global inequality, international conflict and security concerns, environmental problems and our collective global responsibility to future generations. 
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103548 101 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Conroy, Mary
This is an online section.
GLOBL 012 - Regional Global Studies  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the world's cultural regions and nations as interpreted by geographers, including physical, cultural, and economic features. Spatial and historical influences on population growth, transportation networks, and natural environments are discussed. Identification and importance of the significant features of regions and their relationship to their respective cultures, economies, topography, climate, politics, and environmental issues are examined.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103549 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Conroy, Mary
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
GUIDE 096 - Career and Life Planning  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students examine career/major options, as well as attainment of life-long success in academic, professional, and personal development. Emphasis is on interest and personality testing, values clarification, career information, research skills, individual skills assessment, decision making and goal setting. Students acquire skills in professional planning including job search techniques, resume writing, and interviewing.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105054 104 Hybrid T   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 GE127  Reyes, William
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
105055 105 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Ngo, Tuan
This is an online section.
105134 103 Hybrid TH   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 10/20/20— 12/17/20 T213  Ngo, Tuan
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
GUIDE 130 - College and Life Success  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will acquire skills and resources that will help them to become successful college students as well as aid them throughout their lives.  Topics will include college policies, procedures, programs, and academic and student services.  They will develop critical thinking and study skills, gain awareness of learning styles and strategies, and time management. Career research, selection, self-assessment, and educational planning will be introduced. Students examine their health wellness, stress management, and financial literacy. They will increase awareness of cultural diversity and intercultural communication both professionally and personally, including instructor-student interaction and student-student relationships.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105061 103 Hybrid T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 10/20/20— 12/17/20 T213  Chavez, Carlos
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
105062 104 Hybrid W   01:45 PM—03:05 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T209  Chavez, Carlos
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
105063 105 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Garcia, Valentin
This is an online section.
HED 011 - Dynamic Health Concepts  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will explore current issues in public health and wellness with an emphasis on making lifelong healthy choices.  Topics to be covered include:  global and national public health issues, mental health, nutrition and physical fitness, human sexuality, environmental health, use of tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drugs, and risk factors and prevention of infectious and non-infectious diseases.  The primary emphasis is directed towards the six dimensions of wellness (physical, emotional, intellectual, social, spiritual, and environmental. 
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104703 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Robb, Douglas
This is an online section.
HIST 001 - Survey of American History  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are provided a broad approach to the social, constitutional, economic and political history of the U.S. with emphasis upon key events, issues and their backgrounds. HIST 001, along with POLSC 001, satisfies the District requirements in U.S. History and Constitution, and in state and local government.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103552 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Manian, Padma
This is an online section.
HIST 009 - Women in American History  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This is a historical survey course on women in the United States from pre-Columbian to present times. Students will analyze the social, political, and economic aspects of women's lives. Students will examine the interaction of race, class, and gender.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103553 101 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Manian, Padma
This is an online section.
HIST 010B - Development of Western Culture  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students study the development of Western culture and society through the study of the institutions, thought and the literary and artistic expression from the Renaissance to modern times. Emphasis is placed on understanding the facets of modern civilization by tracing the social, cultural, and political thought of the past. Students are also introduced to the ideas/accomplishments of significant men and women in each period.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103554 101 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Coburn, Justin
This is an online section.
HIST 011A - World History to 1500  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the world's regions and civilizations as interconnected entities from antiquity to 1500. Students will examine the fundamental economic, social, political, and ideological elements of human culture in historical context. Students are also introduced to the ideas and accomplishments of significant men and women in each period and region.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103555 101 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Manian, Padma
This is an online section.
HIST 017A - History of the United States  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course is a survey of the history of the United States which, with History 017B, satisfies the requirement in United States History, Constitution and American Ideals. History 017A or History 017B may not be combined with History 001 to meet the requirement in United States History, Constitution and American Ideals.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103560 105 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Manian, Padma
This is an online section.
103561 106 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Coburn, Justin
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
HIST 017B - History of the United States  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students examine the history of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. Along with History 017A, History 017B satisfies the requirement in United States History, Constitution and American Ideals. 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.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103564 103 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Manian, Padma
This is an online section.
103565 104 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Coburn, Justin
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
HIST 024 - Hist/Cult of Am Indian  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course provides students with a survey of the history and culture of American Indians in America. The course covers Pre-Columbian to present times. Students will study the cultures and history of Indians across the continent.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103567 101 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Manian, Padma
This is an online section.
HUMNT 002 - Intro to World Literature  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) or ESL 091; all with C or better or assessment
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to a variety of literary works from around the world, from the mid or late 17th century to the present, which are significant in illuminating both the universality and diversity of the human experience. Readings in this course are chosen for their literary, historical, cultural, philosophical, and psychological importance.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105011 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Kozlowski, Heidi
This is an online section.
HUMNT 003 - Intro to Women's Studies  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the origins, purpose, subject matter, and methods of Women's Studies and to feminist perspectives on a range of social issues affecting women of diverse backgrounds. This is an interdisciplinary course that incorporates American and global perspectives from various disciplines pertaining to women. Study of gender and its intersections with race, class, sexuality, disability, age, religion, fine arts, and other systems of difference.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103568 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Manian, Padma
This is an online section.
JAPAN 001B - Elementary Japanese 2  5.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: JAPAN 001A with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course is a continuation of Elementary Japanese 001A. Students will develop basic ability to understand, speak, read and write the Japanese language. Students will acquire vocabulary and grammar knowledge to achieve mid to advanced novice level proficiency in Japanese language skills. Students also will study cultural aspects of Japan.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105017 101 Hybrid MW   01:40 PM—03:05 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 GE115  Fukui, Ikuko
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
JOURN 021 - Mass Media & Society  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
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.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105209 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   McElroy, Gail
This is an online section.
KIN 005 - Intro to Kinesiology  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will be introduced to various subdisciplines related to Kinesiology, the study of human movement. Students will examine the areas of history, sociology, biomechanics, physiology, and psychology, as they relate to the sport and exercise environment. In addition, students will explore three career pathways involving the study of human movement: teaching, research, and professional practice.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104494 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Rafat, Tait
This is an online section.
KIN 025 - First Aid, CPR, & AED  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course involves the theory and detailed demonstration of the first aid care of the injured.  The student will learn to assess a victim’s condition and incorporate proper treatment. Standard first aid, CPR, and AED certification(s) will be granted upon successful completion of requirements.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104496 101 Hybrid   09/28/20— 12/17/20 JC140  Rafat, Tait
This is a hybrid section. There is one requried in-person meeting on Thursday 12/17 1:35-4:40pm in the room listed. The rest of the class is taught online.
KINPE 030 - Fit for Life  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will learn about fitness techniques, cardio respiratory endurance, muscle endurance, strength, and flexibility through a variety of exercises.   The effects of nutrition and diet on body composition and weight control will also be covered.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104528 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Huntze-Rooney, Deborah
This is an online section.
KINPE 053 - Walking/Jogging for Health  1.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the benefits of exercise through walking/jogging and to the principles of exercise which will increase cardiovascular conditioning, endurance, and flexibility.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104544 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Robb, Douglas
This is an online section.
MA 006 - Intro to Medical Assisting  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will acquire knowledge of the administrative and clinical medical assistant’s scope of practice in a medical office setting or out-patient facility. The study of health and disease, medical ethics and legal aspects of medical assisting will also be examined.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104713 102 Hybrid T   04:30 PM—05:50 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T513  Kahlon, Jagrup
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
MATH 013 - Intermediate Algebra  5.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with P grade, or placement based on assessment
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
Students will review elementary algebra topics and further their skills in solving absolute value in equations and inequalities, quadratic functions and complex numbers, radicals and rational exponents, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, and sequences and series. This course continues the Algebra sequence and is a prerequisite to transfer level math courses.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103869 102 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 M101  Ahlberg, David
This is a hybrid section. There are required in-person meetings and online work. The course is predominately online except for an orientation and a final exam which are at SJCC. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. Students are required to attend the course orientation on Monday, August 31st, 2020 at 6:15pm until 7:30pm at SJCC in the classroom listed for the class. The final examination is on Wednesday December 16th, 2020, at 6:15pm until 7:30pm in the same classroom and students must attend this final exam to complete the class. Students should not purchase a textbook until logging onto Canvas to get specific instructions about the online textbook/course material. Students with questions should email the instructor David Ahlberg (david.ahlberg@sjcc.edu).
MATH 025 - Precalculus Algebra and Trig  6.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Prerequisite: MATH 013 and MATH 014, all with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study basic algebraic concepts, complex numbers, equations and inequalities, graphs of functions, system of equations and inequalities, linear and quadratic functions, polynomial functions of higher degree, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, inverse functions, basic identities, vectors, polar coordinates and graphs, and conic sections. This course is an intensive combined course in college algebra and trigonometry designed primarily as preparation for calculus. Students may take both MATH 021 and MATH 022 or take only MATH 025.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103884 104 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 M204  McCandless, Kevin
This is an internet hybrid class that will be taught online with on-campus exams. The approximate materials cost is $50 (online software is about $40, the textbook is free, and calculators are available to rent at no cost). It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer savvy, Internet literate, and have excellent time-management skills. The course orientation is online and must be completed by Friday, September 4th; students who do not complete the online orientation will be considered "no-shows" and subsequently dropped from the course. The on-campus exams are tentatively scheduled for September 23rd, October 21st, November 18th, and December 16th in the room listed for the section on MyWeb. For more information, including the course syllabus and required materials, please email Dr. Kevin McCandless at kevin.mccandless@sjcc.edu.
MATH 063 - Elementary Statistics  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 013 with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the study of statistics. Students will learn methods of displaying data, descriptive statistics, basic concepts of probability theory, random variables, common statistical distributions, estimates and sample size, hypothesis testing, goodness-of-fit test, contingency table analysis, tests of two independent population parameters, Chi-square, ANOVA, and regression and correlation. Students will apply basic statistical concepts to data from education, business, social sciences, and natural sciences. To aid in the analysis of data, the use of computational technology will be required.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103893 105 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 M302  Rios, Gabriela
This is a hybrid section of Math 63. It is highly recommended that students enrolling in this course have effective time management, communication, and technical skills.
Students are required to complete an online course orientation by Friday, September 4, 2020. Students who do not complete the online orientation will be considered "no shows" and will be dropped from the course.
This course will be taught online except for the final exam which will be on Wednesday, December 16 from 3:30 to 5:30 pm in the classroom listed for the class. Students must attend and pass the final exam to complete the course.
Visit Canvas for syllabus and textbook information. If you have any questions email the instructor Gabriela Rios at gabriela.rios@sjcc.edu
103912 120 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 M101  Ahlberg, David
This is a hybrid section. There are required in-person meetings and online work. The course is predominately online except for an orientation and a final exam which are at SJCC. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. Students are required to attend the course orientation on Monday, August 31st, 2020 at 7:45pm until 8:50pm at SJCC in the classroom listed for the class. The final examination is on Wednesday December 16th, 2020, at 7:45pm until 9:00pm in the same classroom and students must attend this final exam to complete the class. Students should not purchase a textbook until logging onto Canvas to get specific instructions about the online textbook/course material. Students with questions should email the instructor David Ahlberg (david.ahlberg@sjcc.edu).
103913 121 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 M101  Ahlberg, David
This is a hybrid section. There are required in-person meetings and online work. The course is predominately online except for an orientation and a final exam which are at SJCC. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. Students are required to attend the course orientation on Tuesday, September 1st, 2020 at 7:45pm until 8:50pm at SJCC in the classroom listed for the class. The final examination is on Thursday December 17th, 2020, at 7:45pm until 9:00pm in the same classroom and students must attend this final exam to complete the class. Students should not purchase a textbook until logging onto Canvas to get specific instructions about the online textbook/course material. Students with questions should email the instructor David Ahlberg (david.ahlberg@sjcc.edu).
MATH 071 - Calc I with Analytic Geom  5.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: (MATH 021 and MATH 022) or MATH 025, all with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This is the first course in calculus for students majoring in mathematics, physical science, computer science, or engineering. Students will study functions and inverse functions, limits, the derivative as a limit, continuity, rules of differentiation, chain rule, implicit differentiation, applications of differentiation, linear approximations, related rates, optimization problems, antiderivatives, Riemann sums, the Fundamental Theorem, the substitution rule for integration and applications of integration to the calculation of areas between curves and volumes of solids of revolution.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104214 103 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 M204  McCandless, Kevin
This is an internet hybrid class that will be taught online with on-campus exams. The approximate materials cost is $50 (online software is about $40, the textbook is free, and calculators are available to rent at no cost). It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer savvy, Internet literate, and have excellent time-management skills. The course orientation is online and must be completed by Friday, September 4th; students who do not complete the online orientation will be considered "no-shows" and subsequently dropped from the course. The on-campus exams are tentatively scheduled for September 23rd, October 21st, November 18th, and December 16th in the room listed for the section on MyWeb. For more information, including the course syllabus and required materials, please email Dr. Kevin McCandless at kevin.mccandless@sjcc.edu.
MATH 072 - Calc II w/Analytic Geometry  5.00 Units
Credit by Exam: Yes Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: MATH 071 with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study techniques of integration, applications of integration to areas, volumes, average values of functions, arc lengths, surfaces of revolution, problems in physics and engineering, use of parametric equations and polar equations to plot curves and compute derivatives, areas and arc length, a thorough study of infinite sequences, infinite and power series, and an introduction to differential equations.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104221 103 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 M204  McCandless, Kevin
This is an internet hybrid class that will be taught online with on-campus exams. The approximate materials cost is $50 (online software is about $40, the textbook is free, and calculators are available to rent at no cost). It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be computer savvy, Internet literate, and have excellent time-management skills. The course orientation is online and must be completed by Friday, September 4th; students who do not complete the online orientation will be considered "no-shows" and subsequently dropped from the course. The on-campus exams are tentatively scheduled for September 23rd, October 21st, November 18th, and December 16th in the room listed for the section on MyWeb. For more information, including the course syllabus and required materials, please email Dr. Kevin McCandless at kevin.mccandless@sjcc.edu.
MUSIC 083 - Exploring the World of Music  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will be introduced to the elements of music from a cross-cultural perspective. Religious, cultural societal, and political influences from various geographical locations will be explored.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103581 102 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Covarrubias, Jesus
This is an online section.
MUSIC 099 - Introductory Music  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students study the language of music - how to read, notate, interpret, perform, and create with those symbols which represent the four properties of sound: pitch, duration, amplitude, and timbre. Students focus on the fundamentals of Western notated music and how these elements combine to create musical compositions: pitch identification, rhythm and meter, scales, key signatures, intervals, chord construction, harmonic progression and texture. Students will examine musical styles relevant to various cultures and historical periods.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103584 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Covarrubias, Jesus
This is an online section.
PHIL 065 - Introduction to Ethics  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: Completion of PHIL 010
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students focus on the various theories of the philosophy of ethics and how these theories provide analytic tools to investigate contemporary moral issues. Selected readings range from Aristotle to John Rawls.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103591 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Grudzen, Gerald
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
PHOTO 076 - Photoshop 1  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study a broad range of topics including selection techniques, channel operations, collaging with layer masks, retouching, tonal range, and color theory, 8-bit grayscale, 24-bit color, colorizing black and white, photo manipulation, artistic effects, design, layout, and type. This is a comprehensive overview of Photoshop basics that provides students with extensive ‘hands-on’ training.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103597 101 Hybrid TH   12:15 PM—03:05 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T401  Bhattacharyya, Jonali
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
PHOTO 077 - Photoshop 2  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Prerequisite: PHOTO 076 with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will explore Photoshop at an advanced level to complete complex and creative digital images. Students will continue to build skills in color correction, channels, masks, effects, and filters. This course is intended for students of photography, art, journalism, web or print design, animation or video - and all who are interested in expanding their basic Photoshop skills.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103598 101 Hybrid TH   12:15 PM—03:05 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T401  Bhattacharyya, Jonali
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
PHOTO 079 - Beginning Digital Photography  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Recommended: PHOTO 076
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will learn to use DSLR (digital single lens reflex) cameras professionally using both manual and advanced program modes, working with light, lens, shutter, exposure, depth, motion, and color balance. Students will study post-production principles such as manipulating tonal range, correcting color, dodging and burning, adjustment layers and masking, output for print and other devices. Softwares used are Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture, and iPhoto. Class activities require weekly shooting assignments, thorough organization, advanced image editing, and on-going print preparation (including wide format). This is a beginner's course in Digital Photography.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103599 101 Hybrid T   12:15 PM—03:05 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T303  Garland, Terri
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
POLSC 001 - Politics and Govt in America  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to national, California, and local governments and politics with an emphasis on the U.S. Constitution and the national government. Students will examine the historical origins of the development of the U.S. Constitution and the philosophy and principles used by the framers in the late 18th century. POLSC 001, along with HIST 001 or HIST-009 or HIST-021 or HIST-024 satisfies the District requirements in the study of U.S. Constitution, California, and local governments.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103603 104 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Crawford, Philip
This is an online section.
103604 105 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Crawford, Philip
This is an online section.
PSYCH 010 - General Psychology  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the major theories, areas of study, and methodologies of contemporary psychology and the scientific study of human behavior. Topics addressed include biological and neurological processes and structure, genetics, life span development, consciousness, sensory processes, perception, learning, memory, language and thought, intelligence, motivation and emotion, stress, personality, psychopathology, and psychotherapy.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103650 106 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Conroy, Mary
This is an online section.
103651 107 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Sanchez, Laura
This is an online section.
This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free or a print copy will be loaned to you. To find out more about ZTC and other ZTC courses at SJCC, visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.sjcc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
103652 108 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Fortino, Frank
This is an online section.
PSYCH 022 - Research Methods in Psych  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: PSYCH 010 and MATH 063, both with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study various research methods with an emphasis on research design, experimental procedures, instrumentation, and the collection, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of research data. Research design and methodology will be illustrated through a selected review of current research in neurophysiology, sensation, perception, learning, memory and/or human development.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103654 101 Hybrid M   09:15 AM—10:35 AM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 A213  Semone, Anne
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
103657 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Asai, Toshio
This is an online section.
PSYCH 031 - Biological Psychology  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: PSYCH 010 with C or better
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to the scientific study of the biological basis of behavior and its fundamental role in the neurosciences. Physiological, hormonal, and neurochemical mechanisms, and brain-behavior relationships underlying the psychological phenomena of sensation, perception, regulatory processes, emotion, learning, memory, and psychological disorders will be addressed. Ethical standards for human and animal research are discussed. The history of the scientific study of brain-behavior relationships and mental processes will also be addressed.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103659 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Sanchez Ordaz, Arnold
This is an online section.
PSYCH 035 - Psychology of Women  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study significant physical and psychological issues of women within an historical, familial, societal, and cultural framework. They will explore a variety of experiences and issues which are traditionally examined from a male point of view. The psychological development of girls and women and gender development will be part of the discussion for this course. The concepts of development, adaptation, well-being, stereotypes, and the diversity of women will be included using psychological theories and current research.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103660 101 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Asai, Toshio
This is an online section.
103661 102 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Semone, Anne
This is an online section.
103662 103 Hybrid M   10:45 AM—12:05 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 B104  Cook, Mary
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
PSYCH 040 - Changing Behavior  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 4   |  Write: 4  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study the theories and methods to observe, analyze, and modify behavior. The primary emphasis is on behavior analysis. Behavior analysis focuses on the development of adaptive, prosocial behavior, as well as the reduction of maladaptive behavior in everyday life. Site visits may be required.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103663 101 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Sanchez Ordaz, Arnold
This is an online section.
PSYCH 092 - Developmental Psychology  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students are introduced to developmental psychology. Human development is traced from conception through death. Students will study the biological, cognitive, emotional, and social factors affecting development and the interaction of these factors throughout the lifespan. Social contexts that influence the course of development such as culture, socioeconomic status, and historical time and place will be examined. Developmental tasks and potential developmental crises are identified for each of the age groups.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103667 103 Online   08/31/20— 10/23/20   Conroy, Mary
This is an online section.
103668 104 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Conroy, Mary
This is an online section.
PSYCH 100 - Human Sexuality  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will examine human sexuality from scientific research, psychological, biological, sociocultural, and historical perspectives. Students will be encouraged to become aware of their own sexual attitudes, values, and behaviors to evaluate the consistency of their behaviors within in their own moral framework. Current sex norms, culture, diversity, biology, and various aspects of interpersonal and individual sexual adjustment will be explored.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103672 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Fortino, Frank
This is an online section.
REST 122 - Principles of Real Estate  3.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will explore the fundamental elements of real estate including real property characteristics, ownership, legal aspects, and the business of real estate. Class discussions will include a closer examination of the appropriate methods of co-ownership, the relationship between a broker and his salesperson, California real estate licensing laws, and real estate contracts. Students will solve various problems dealing with the business of real estate. This is a required course for the California Real Estate Salesperson license, an elective for the California Real Estate Broker license, and prepares students to take the state licensing exams.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104729 101 Hybrid T   06:00 PM—09:05 PM 08/31/20— 12/17/20 T424  Votaw, Jesse
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
The in person meetings are Tuesdays 6:00-9:05pm in the room listed.
REST 125 - Real Estate Practice  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Recommended: REST 122
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will study the operational aspects of agents engaged in the real estate business. Topics include, getting started in the business with respect to broker business models, regulatory requirements, and legal issues. Students will explore the various duties of an agent with emphasis on dual agency relationships. Students examine the marketing and sales cycle, transaction fulfillment process including listing, valuing, and marketing properties. This course also covers due diligence, contract negotiations, and the escrow process through closing. Tax issues, property management and leasing will also be covered. This is a required course for both the California Real Estate Salesperson and Real Estate Broker licenses.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
104730 101 Hybrid   08/31/20— 12/17/20 T424  Votaw, Jesse
This is a hybrid section. There are both required in-person meetings and online work.
The in person meetings are Tuesdays 6:00-9:05pm in the room listed.
SOC 010 - Introduction to Sociology  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students use a sociological approach in the study of human behavior that includes a variety of perspectives. Students explore important concepts and principles in sociology, including culture, social structure, socialization, social institutions, groups, social interaction, social inequality, collective behavior, and social change in human societies.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103678 106 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Del Buono, Barry
This is an online section.
103679 107 Online   10/26/20— 12/17/20   Del Buono, Barry
This is an online section.
SOC 011 - Social Problems  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math:
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students explore sociological perspectives on contemporary social problems in the United States. Students examine the social processes through which issues come to be viewed as social problems and the dynamics through which groups attempt to respond to and solve these problems.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
103682 103 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20   Del Buono, Barry
This is an online section.
THEAT 015 - Theatre History 1  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students examine the history of theatre from its origins through the 17th Century. The history and development of theatre and dramatic literature are studied in relationship to cultural, political, and social conditions. Plays are read for analysis of structure, plot, character, and historical relevance. Students may be required to attend a live theatre performance.
Reg ID
Sec
Type
Days
Time
Date
Room
Instructor
105322 102 Online   08/31/20— 12/17/20  
This is an online section.