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ART 038 - Graphic Design II  3.00 Units  (Materials Fee:  $2)
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Prerequisite: ART 035 or equivalent knowledge of Graphic Design.
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course builds on the visual language achieved in Graphic Design I and further develops communication skills, concepts and theories that create successful visual design. Topics include combining and utilizing design principles and exploration of visual organization theory and informational theory. Emphasis is placed upon developing an aesthetic which recognizes the visual impact of typographic choices. Students who complete this course will gain a further understanding of the principles of design and learn specific uses of design in advertising, corporate identity design, Web design, and interactive media.
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101345 201 Lec TTH   09:15 AM—11:05 AM 03/24/20— 05/21/20 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
  201 Lab TTH   11:15 AM—02:20 PM 03/24/20— 05/21/20 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
ART 041 - Digital Filmmaking  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This is a hands-on course covering the basic techniques of digital filmmaking, camera techniques, lighting and sound. Topics will include the theory and practice of concept and design, camera techniques, lighting, sound recording and other fundamentals of producing a short film in the digital video medium. Students will shoot and produce their own footage and record their own sound. Students will engage in various filming exercises, as well as in group and individual projects. In addition, students will be required to complete homework assignments outside of class time.
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101347 201 Lec MW   12:15 PM—02:40 PM 03/23/20— 05/20/20 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
  201 Lab MW   02:50 PM—04:10 PM 03/23/20— 05/20/20 VPA202  Min, Sylvia
AUTO 103 - Light Line Technician  2.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better or equivalent
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
This course will prepare students for entry level employment in the automotive field as a first-level maintenance technician. The course will also introduce students to the Express Service training that the American Honda Program provides. Each student is assigned various vehicles and performs routine maintenance, inspection, and basic performance testing tasks that are commonly performed at automobile dealerships. In addition to gaining hands-on experience, successful students will build teamwork and cooperative skills, improve their time management practices, and develop sound workmanship values.
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102536 201 Lec MTWTH   07:15 AM—08:05 AM 03/16/20— 04/09/20 AT113  Hernandez, Michael
  201 Lab MTWTH   08:15 AM—11:20 AM 03/16/20— 04/09/20 AT 116  Hernandez, Michael
102892 203 Lec MTWTH   07:15 AM—08:05 AM 03/16/20— 04/09/20 AT143  Bodden, Robert
  203 Lab MTWTH   08:15 AM—11:20 AM 03/16/20— 04/09/20 AT135  Bodden, Robert
AUTO 119 - Intro to Engine Performance  2.50 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 1
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with a C or better, or equivalent
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course is part of the Automotive Basic Skills track emphasizing engine systems relevant to performance and driveability. Classroom theory, engine analyzers and test equipment will be utilized to diagnose modern automobile engine systems. Engine diagnostic strategies will be performed in the lab as they would be in industry. In addition to gaining hands-on experience, successful students will build teamwork and cooperative skills, improve their time management practices, and develop sound workmanship values.
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102527 201 Lec MTWTH   07:30 AM—09:20 AM 04/20/20— 05/14/20 AT113  Hernandez, Michael
  201 Lab MTWTH   09:30 AM—11:20 AM 04/20/20— 05/14/20 AT 116  Hernandez, Michael
102528 202 Lec MW   06:00 PM—08:15 PM 03/25/20— 05/18/20 AT141  Ames, David
  202 Lab MW   08:25 PM—10:40 PM 03/25/20— 05/18/20 AT 129  Ames, David
102893 203 Lec MTWTH   07:30 AM—09:20 AM 04/20/20— 05/14/20 AT143  Bodden, Robert
  203 Lab MTWTH   09:30 AM—11:20 AM 04/20/20— 05/14/20 AT135  Bodden, Robert
AUTO 120 - Automatic Transmission Systems  2.50 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better
Recommended: AUTO 103 and AUTO 172
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
This course will prepare students to diagnose and repair front and rear wheel drive automatic transmission systems. Topics include: stall and pressure testing, torque converters, planetary, CVT, and helical gear systems, overhaul practices, valve body repair, and on-car service techniques in both theory and practical application. Computerized powertrain diagnosis and repair will also be explored. Additional electronic transmission diagnosis and repair techniques are studied in Auto 174, Body Chassis Electronics. Both courses are recommended preparation for the ASE Automatic Transmission Exam.
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102530 201 Lec MTW   08:00 AM—09:10 AM 03/16/20— 04/29/20 AT141  Bernbeck, Mark
  201 Lab MTW   09:20 AM—11:55 AM 03/16/20— 04/29/20 AT 129  Bernbeck, Mark
AUTO 129 - DSO,GDMM,Scan Tool Diagnosis  1.50 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 170 with C or better
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
This laboratory oriented course explores the many aspects of advanced engine performance testing. Students will develop proficiency using digital storage oscilloscopes, current clamps, graphing multimeters, generic and manufacturer specified scan tools, and other diagnostic equipment. Emphasis will be placed on waveform and PID interpretation, and the effects erroneous signals/information can have on vehicle performance.
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102745 202 Lec MW   06:00 PM—06:50 PM 03/16/20— 04/08/20 AT143  Williams, James
  202 Lab MW   07:00 PM—10:35 PM 03/16/20— 05/04/20 AT135  Williams, James
Note: #102745 Lecture is held for eight sessions, MW from 3/16/20 - 4/8/20
AUTO 135 - Air Conditioning Systems  2.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102, with C or better
Recommended: AUTO 103
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
This course will prepare students to diagnose and repair modern heating ventilation and air conditioning systems. Topics studied include systems inspection, diagnosis, and repair, leak testing, performance testing, mode control, refrigerant identification, recovery, flushing, evacuation, recharging, and safe handling procedures. Students will also learn to diagnose component malfunctions and using various refrigerant types. Auto 135 and 174 prepare students for the ASE Air Conditioning exam.
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102679 201 Lec MW   12:30 PM—02:35 PM 04/06/20— 05/18/20 AT113  Bernbeck, Mark
  201 Lab MW   02:45 PM—04:50 PM 04/06/20— 05/18/20 AT 116  Bernbeck, Mark
AUTO 170 - Electrical Systems  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102 with C or better
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
This course introduces students and entry level automotive technicians to the automotive electrical system. The course covers electrical theory, magnetism, Ohm's law, series and parallel circuits and system dynamics. Students learn to calculate and measure voltage, resistance and current in theoretical and live circuits, build and test working models of typical automotive electrical systems using table top components and industry specific simulators, and practice diagnosis and repair procedures on a variety of vehicles. Students will also develop an understanding of modern electrical test equipment, such as DMMs, GDMMs, and DSO's, and industry standard troubleshooting and repair procedures.
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102744 201 Lec TTH   12:30 PM—02:20 PM 03/24/20— 05/21/20 AT138  Ames, David
  201 Lab TTH   02:30 PM—05:35 PM 03/24/20— 05/21/20 AT 129  Ames, David
AUTO 173 - Automotive Service Operations  2.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
This course will provide overview information about careers in Automotive Technology. Preparation for "on the job" experience will include presentations and discussions about professionalism, work ethics, diplomacy, consumerism, safety, hazardous wastes, tools and equipment, as well as employee, employer, and customer relations.
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102540 201 Lec TH   12:30 PM—05:20 PM 03/05/20— 04/23/20 AT113  Williams, James
AUTO 181B - Hybrid Electric Vehicle Repair  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 2   |  Write: 2  | Math: 2
Prerequisite: AUTO 102,and AUTO 181A, both with C or better
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: AS
This is an advanced course that provides an in-depth study of the technology, maintenance, and repair of hybrid, plug-in, and all electric light duty passenger vehicles. Basic diagnostic, repair, and maintenance procedures of the unique systems associated with hybrid and electric vehicles will be discussed and practiced. Special tools and diagnostic equipment will be used during the laboratory exercises.
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102538 201 Lec TTH   12:00 PM—01:35 PM 03/17/20— 05/21/20 AT141  Hernandez, Michael
  201 Lab TTH   01:45 PM—04:20 PM 03/17/20— 05/21/20 AT135  Hernandez, Michael
AUTO 501 - Basic Terminology in Auto Tech  0.00 Units
Grading: K   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: Non Credit/0 Unit (NC)
This course is an introduction to the terminology commonly used in the automotive industry. This course is intended to improve reading comprehension of typical automotive technical manuals and textbooks. Students will learn how to prepare work orders, documents, and common correspondence used in the automotive industry. This is part of a non-credit pathway designed to improve the reading and writing skills of the automotive professional.
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102767 201 Lec TTH   06:00 PM—08:35 PM 03/10/20— 04/23/20 AT138  Bodden, Robert
Note: #102767 To register/enroll for the non-credit courses, please contact non-credit counselor, Kim Nguyen at kim.nguyen@evc.edu
BIOL 080F - Forest and River Ecology  1.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 3
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course focuses on the forest and river ecosystems of west-central California. The course introduces students to the geology, biological communities, and human histories of this area including past and present human influences. This course entails on-campus lectures, and field excursions that involve overnight camping. Automobile travel to remote destinations may be necessary. Additional fees are required.
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102733 201 Lec TH   06:30 PM—08:55 PM 04/09/20— 05/07/20 S109  Gonzalez, Alfred
  201 Lab FSSU   04/24/20— 05/10/20 OFC  Gonzalez, Alfred
  201 Lab FSSU   04/24/20— 05/10/20 OFC  Pang, Lisa
  201 Lab FSSU   04/24/20— 05/10/20 OFC  Pang, Lisa
Note: #102733 FOREST & RIVER ECOLOGY: This course highlights the natural history of the coastal forests and rivers of the central California coast. The course covers important ecological and geological principles, and the tenets of "leave no trace." Students will explore the geology, ecology, and human history of this unique region. California's spectacular but often overlooked coastal waterfalls will be a special feature of these trips.
Our studies will emphasize the unique area of the central California coast, but the principles covered in this course have application and, hopefully, meaning for students that extend well beyond the boundaries of this one region. This course entails active student participation including hiking and camping. Enroll in Biol-080F and join us-see what the excitement is all about!
ON-CAMPUS CLASS SESSIONS (3): Thursdays, April 9th, April 23, and May 7, 6:30PM - 8:55PM in room S109.
FIELD TRIPS, TWO WEEKENDS: Friday-Sunday, April 24th - 26th (Big Sur) and May 8th - 10th (Henry Coe).
Students will be responsible for park entrance and campground fees, and other travel-related expenses. This payment must be made to EVC Business Services prior to the second class meeting. Space is limited so register early. Please contact the course instructors for further information-Al González: alfred.gonzalez@evc.edu and Lisa Pang: lisa.pang@evc.edu
BIS 121 - Web Tech for Bus  1.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will learn how the Internet is used to access business resources. Additional business uses will be covered that include communicating with customers, vendors and business partners; accessing business news and financial information.
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101953 201 Lec S   09:00 AM—09:50 AM 03/21/20— 05/16/20 AC264  Walters, Kevin
  201 Lab S   10:00 AM—12:50 PM 03/21/20— 05/16/20 AC264  Walters, Kevin
COUNS 013 - Career Planning  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course assists students with career/major selection. Students will identify personal interests, abilities, goals, values, and lifestyle preferences. Students will examine career trends and opportunities, employment outlook and the nature of today's workplace. Students will learn about personal and professional planning as it relates to careers through job search techniques, resume writing, interviewing, career building and realistic decision making.
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102125 203 Lec MW   01:45 PM—03:35 PM 02/24/20— 05/20/20 C208  Ramos Torres, Alejandro
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, a second semester college composition course, emphasizes expository and argumentative writing directed toward an analysis of ideas and concepts from a wide variety of literature; English 001B includes discussion of fiction, drama, poetry, the essay, and other expository prose-- stressing critical reading in these genres. All English 001B students will take a Department Final which will be holistically scored by at least two faculty members and will represent 20% of their course grade.
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100829 214 Lec TTH   03:15 PM—06:20 PM 03/24/20— 05/21/20 AF160  Bochettaz, Olivier
Note: #100829 8-week accelerated course - 2nd 8 weeks. See English 1A, section 223 for 1st 8-week course option.
ESL 516 - Advanced Citizenship  0.00 Units
Grading: N   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: NONC
This course is for high beginning students and focuses on responding to personal questions, basic grammar structures and knowledge of U.S. history and government necessary to pass the citizenship test. Taking the citizenship test is not a requirement for the class.
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102781 201 Lec TTH   12:15 PM—03:20 PM 03/24/20— 05/21/20 AA232  Mohan, Neha
Note: #102781 To register/enroll for the non-credit courses, please contact non-credit counselor, Kim Nguyen at KimN.Nguyen@evc.edu
ESL 524 - Cultural Encounters  0.00 Units
Grading: N   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 0   |  Write: 0  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: None |  Degree Applicable: NONC
This non-credit ESL course is designed for non-native speakers at the middle intermediate level of English proficiency focusing on cultural exchange with native speakers. Students will acquire academic and idiomatic expressions as well as listening and speaking skills necessary for daily communication. Emphasis is also placed on students’ exposure to American culture and social interactions.
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102780 201 Lec MTWTH   09:15 AM—11:20 AM 03/23/20— 05/19/20   Saeed, Maged
Note: #102780 To register/enroll for the non-credit courses, please contact non-credit counselor, Kim Nguyen at KimN.Nguyen@evc.edu
HIST 017B - History of the United States  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course surveys the political, economic, cultural, social and intellectual development of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. The course emphasizes the U.S. expansion to the Pacific, its rise as a superpower through WW I and WW II, and the Cold War. Students will examine the role of major ethnic, gender and social groups in U.S. history. Along with History 017A, it meets the requirement in United States History, Constitution and state and local government. History 001 may not be combined with either History 017A or History 017B to meet the graduation requirement in United States History, Constitution and American Ideals.
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101520 208   03/23/20— 05/22/20 LE232  Tirado, Patricia
Note: #101520 This is an Internet online course. It is strongly recommended that students enrolling in this course be self-motivated and computer/internet literate. Students are required to attend the online orientation on Monday, March 23 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm in Canvas Zoom. Students who cannot attend orientation must contact the instructor prior to the orientation. There will be a proctored examination on May 21 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm in LE-232, and students are required to bring valid identification. Please inform your instructor if the proctored exam date does not work for you to make other arrangements for you to take the mandatory proctored exam. Email your instructor with any questions: patricia.tirado@evc.edu
KINS 039A - Hatha Yoga  1.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Hatha Yoga focuses on understanding and controlling the body, breath, and mind through postures or positions and breathing. The techniques are designed to increase range of motion, strength and endurance, balance, and coordination. Methods for relieving stress, and the promotion of relaxation and meditation will be taught.
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102876 207 Lab MW   09:15 AM—12:20 PM 03/23/20— 05/20/20 PE204  Quan, Trisha
KINS 083A - Hiking High Sierra Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Cleared by a physician for physical activity
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course will introduce students to the preparation, knowledge and skills necessary for safe, enjoyable and adventurous day hiking. Students will build stamina and fitness hiking local parks and complete an overnight field experience hiking and camping in a wilderness area.
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102824 201 Lab M   06:00 PM—07:15 PM 03/23/20— 03/23/20 PE107  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab S   08:00 AM—11:50 AM 03/28/20— 04/04/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab S   08:00 AM—02:15 PM 04/18/20— 04/25/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab FSSU   08:00 AM—05:50 PM 05/08/20— 05/10/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
Note: #102824 ON-CAMPUS MEETING: Monday, March 23 from 6:00pm - 7:15pm in room PE107.
OFF-CAMPUS FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCES: Saturday, March 28 at Alviso Marina from 8:00am - 11:50am; Saturday, April 4 at Castle Rock from 8:00am - 11:50am; Saturday, April 18 at Fall Creek from 8:00am - 2:15pm; Saturday, April 25 at Big Basin from 8:00am - 2:15pm; Friday through Sunday, May 8 - 10 at Lake Tahoe from 8:00am - 05:50pm.
This is a physical activity course with off campus meetings. Activities will include camping. All camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. Students must be able to provide or arrange for their own transportation if school vans are not available. The student is responsible to pay park entrance/camping fees when required. Itinerary, logistics, group organization and equipment needs will be covered at the first on-campus meeting. If more information is needed, please contact Randy Pratt randy@dirtyshirt.com or visit www.dirtyshirt.com
KINS 083B - Day Hiking High Sierra Int.  1.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Cleared by a physician for physical activity and previous hiking experience
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course will develop greater understanding and capacity to hike distances up to 10 miles with elevation changes up to 2,000 feet in the High Sierra. Students will learn about trail ratings, planning for extended exposure, managing hydration and energy needs, and risk management. The course includes an overnight field experience camping and hiking in a wilderness area.
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102825 201 Lab M   06:00 PM—07:15 PM 03/23/20— 03/23/20 PE107  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab S   08:00 AM—11:50 AM 03/28/20— 04/04/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab S   08:00 AM—02:15 PM 04/18/20— 04/25/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab FSSU   08:00 AM—05:50 PM 05/08/20— 05/10/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
Note: #102825 ON-CAMPUS MEETING: Monday, March 23 from 6:00pm - 7:15pm in room PE107.
OFF-CAMPUS FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCES: Saturday, March 28 at Alviso Marina from 8:00am - 11:50am; Saturday, April 4 at Castle Rock from 8:00am - 11:50am; Saturday, April 18 at Fall Creek from 8:00am - 2:15pm; Saturday, April 25 at Big Basin from 8:00am - 2:15pm; Friday through Sunday, May 8 - 10 at Lake Tahoe from 8:00am - 05:50pm.
This is a physical activity course with off campus meetings. Activities will include camping. All camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. Students must be able to provide or arrange for their own transportation if school vans are not available. The student is responsible to pay park entrance/camping fees when required. Itinerary, logistics, group organization and equipment needs will be covered at the first on-campus meeting. If more information is needed, please contact Randy Pratt randy@dirtyshirt.com or visit www.dirtyshirt.com
KINS 083C - Day Hiking High Sierra Adv.  1.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Cleared by a physician for physical activity and previous hiking experience
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This course will provide students knowledge and skills necessary for safe and adventurous day hiking on advanced level trails including managing extreme exposure to sun, wind, rain and temperature, basic survival and first responder skills. Students will build stamina and fitness hiking local parks and complete an overnight field experience hiking and camping in a wilderness area.
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102826 201 Lab M   06:00 PM—07:15 PM 03/23/20— 03/23/20 PE107  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab S   08:00 AM—11:50 AM 03/28/20— 04/04/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab S   08:00 AM—02:15 PM 04/18/20— 04/25/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab FSSU   08:00 AM—05:50 PM 05/08/20— 05/10/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
Note: #102826 ON-CAMPUS MEETING: Monday, March 23 from 6:00pm - 7:15pm in room PE107.
OFF-CAMPUS FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCES: Saturday, March 28 at Alviso Marina from 8:00am - 11:50am; Saturday, April 4 at Castle Rock from 8:00am - 11:50am; Saturday, April 18 at Fall Creek from 8:00am - 2:15pm; Saturday, April 25 at Big Basin from 8:00am - 2:15pm; Friday through Sunday, May 8 - 10 at Lake Tahoe from 8:00am - 05:50pm.
This is a physical activity course with off campus meetings. Activities will include camping. All camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. Students must be able to provide or arrange for their own transportation if school vans are not available. The student is responsible to pay park entrance/camping fees when required. Itinerary, logistics, group organization and equipment needs will be covered at the first on-campus meeting. If more information is needed, please contact Randy Pratt randy@dirtyshirt.com or visit www.dirtyshirt.com
KINS 104A - Kayaking Beginning  1.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Cleared by a physician for physical activity
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will learn skills to kayak including terminology, etiquette, local regulations, basic paddle strokes, dock launching and landing. Overnight field experience camping may be required. Equipment will be provided.
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101311 201 Lab SU   06:00 PM—08:50 PM 03/29/20— 03/29/20 PE107  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab SU   08:00 AM—02:15 PM 04/05/20— 04/26/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab FSSU   08:00 AM—05:50 PM 05/01/20— 05/03/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
Note: #101311 ON-CAMPUS MEETING: Sunday, March 29 from 6:00pm - 8:50pm in room PE107.
OFF-CAMPUS FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCES: Sunday, April 5 at Alviso Marina from 8:00am - 02:15pm; Sunday, Aril 19 at Bair Island from 8:00am - 02:15pm; Sunday, April 26 at Elk Horn Slough from 8:00am - 02:15pm; Friday through Sunday, May 1 - 3 at Lake Tahoe from 8:00am - 5:50pm.
This is a physical activity course with off campus meetings. Activities will include camping. All camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. Students must be able to provide or arrange for their own transportation if school vans are not available. The student is responsible to pay park entrance/camping fees when required. Itinerary, logistics, group organization and equipment needs will be covered at the first on-campus meeting. If more information is needed, please contact Randy Pratt randy@dirtyshirt.com or visit www.dirtyshirt.com
KINS 104B - Kayaking Intermediate  1.00 Units
Grading: O   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Recommended: Previous kayaking experience and clearance by a physician for physical activities
Transfer Status: CSU |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students will continue to learn kayaking skills including two person rescue skills, launching and landing from/to irregular natural surfaces, and managing waves to four inches in height. Overnight field experience may be required in a wilderness setting. All equipment will be provided.
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101312 201 Lab SU   06:00 PM—08:50 PM 03/29/20— 03/29/20 PE107  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab SU   08:00 AM—02:15 PM 04/05/20— 04/26/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
  201 Lab FSSU   08:00 AM—05:50 PM 05/01/20— 05/03/20 OFC  Pratt, Norman Randy
Note: #101312 ON-CAMPUS MEETING: Sunday, March 29 from 6:00pm - 8:50pm in room PE107.
OFF-CAMPUS FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCES: Sunday, April 5 at Alviso Marina from 8:00am - 02:15pm; Sunday, Aril 19 at Bair Island from 8:00am - 02:15pm; Sunday, April 26 at Elk Horn Slough from 8:00am - 02:15pm; Friday through Sunday, May 1 - 3 at Lake Tahoe from 8:00am - 5:50pm.
This is a physical activity course with off campus meetings. Activities will include camping. All camping equipment and meals are to be provided by the students. Students must be able to provide or arrange for their own transportation if school vans are not available. The student is responsible to pay park entrance/camping fees when required. Itinerary, logistics, group organization and equipment needs will be covered at the first on-campus meeting. If more information is needed, please contact Randy Pratt randy@dirtyshirt.com or visit www.dirtyshirt.com
PHIL 060 - Logic and Critical Thinking  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
This is an introductory course in informal fallacies, inductive and deductive arguments. The course will focus on what the elements of an argument are, the distinction between basic forms of argument, comparing the strength of one argument to another and the rules of formal logic. Students will study causal relations, scientific, statistical and moral reasoning. There is a strong emphasis on the written expression and the application of critical thinking in a series of compositions or a term paper.
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101722 204 Lec MW   09:15 AM—12:20 PM 03/23/20— 05/20/20 AE251  Wells, Kelley
Note: #101722 This is a ZTC (zero textbook cost) section. If there is a required textbook, you will be able to access it online for free. To find out more about these courses visit the ZTC webpage: http://www.evc.edu/home/zero-textbook-cost-courses
THEAT 034 - Studio Theatre Performance  3.00 Units
Grading: L   |   Advisory Level  —   Read: 3   |  Write: 3  | Math: 0
Transfer Status: CSU/UC |  Degree Applicable: AA/AS
Students participate in rehearsals and performances of a studio theatre production. After enrolling in the class, auditions will be held for performance roles. Attendance is mandatory at all rehearsals and performances.
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102480 201 Lab TWTH   03:15 PM—05:50 PM 03/12/20— 05/07/20 SC127  Kaufmann, John
  201 Lab TWTH   03:15 PM—05:50 PM 05/12/20— 05/14/20 SC127  Kaufmann, John