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Spring 2015 Online and Hybrid Classes (January 25 - May 21)

ACCOUNTING
ACCT 1A Financial Accounting
Teaches accounting concepts from the user's perspective.
4 Units
86735
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ACCT 151A Introduction to Accounting Bookkeeping Concepts
Covers practical accounting, terminology, and the complete accounting cycle from documentation through journals, ledgers, and financial statements for both service and merchandising companies.
4 Units
86724
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ACCT 163 Using Quickbooks
Introduces use of QuickBooks from the accounting practitioner's perspective.
3 Units
84381
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86729
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ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTHR 1L Biological Anthropology Lab
Presents a hands-on exploration of topics in biological anthropology.
1 Unit
86778
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ANTHR 2 Introduction to Anthropology: Cultural
Presents a cross-cultural, comparative study of contemporary human behavior with emphasis on the effects of globalization on contemporary cultures.
3 Units
86787
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ART HISTORY
AH 10 Appreciation/Introduction to the Visual Arts
Introduces the forms, processes and styles of the visual arts.
3 Units
86756
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86757
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AH 16 Art of India and Southeast Asia
Surveys the history of the visual arts of India and Southeast Asia, including Tibet and Nepal, from ancient to modern times. Recommended Preparation: ART 50L.
3 Units
88193
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
AH 20B Survey of Art from Renaissance to the Present
Surveys art of the Renaissance, Baroque, 19th and 20th centuries through illustrated lectures.
3 Units
86762
Course details Blackboard Online class with a required on-campus orientation
ART PHOTOGRAPHY
AP 6 Introduction to Digital Photography
Introduces basic digital photography skills: camera operation and exposure controls; Macintosh computer basics; elementary software image quality adjustment techniques; printing and digital output; composition; visual communication. Hybrid Requisite: Completion or concurrent enrollment in ART 50L.
.75 Units
88372
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AP 45 Contemporary Trends in Photography
Examines the images of contemporary photographers worldwide to illustrate the major themes and concepts in photography from 1945 to the present. Includes visual presentations of images, discussions and gallery field trips designed to enhance the student's personal vision and promote creative visual thinking. No lab time required.
3 Units
88236
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AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
ASL 1 Elementary Sign Language 1
Develops basic receptive and expressive signing skills within the context of Deaf culture.
5 Units
86844
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86845
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings D. Bangs
86846
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings A. Moscovitz
86847
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ASL 2 Elementary Sign Language 2
Develops basic receptive and expressive signing skills within the context of Deaf culture.
5 Units
86848
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86849
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BUSINESS
BUS 5 Business Information Systems
Introduces management information systems, systems design and development, data communications, data management, office automation, computer hardware and software concepts, and the use of information technology to compete in the business world. Software applications such as word processing (Word), financial spreadsheets (Excel) and data base systems (Access) are introduced with appropriate business applications.
4 Units
86908
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BUS 18 Business Law
Introduces the United States justice system, covering and relating criminal, civil, employment, torts and contract laws to business operations.
4 Units
86902
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BUS 20 Introduction to Business
Surveys business principles, problems, practices and procedures.
3 Units
86906
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COMMUNICATION STUDIES
COMM 6 Listening
Introduces the role of the listener in communication with discussion and activities focusing on listening habits, perception, and types of listening.
1 Unit
87091
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87092
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COMM 8 Communication Activities
Provides experience in various communication activities including observation of and participation in community and/or college groups.
3 Units
87107
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COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
CIS 33 Introduction to Programming Database- Driven Websites With PHP
Teaches programming of database-driven, web-based applications (such as an eCommerce website) that require online data storage and retrieval and a high degree of user/website interactivity. Hybrid Requisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in CS 11 or CS 12J or CS 12GP or CIS 32. Recommended Preparation: DM 60; Eligibility for MATH 154.
4 Units
86267
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CIS 82 Introduction to Routing Technologies and Theory (Cisco CCNA 2)
Introduces routing technology, routing theory and router configuration including static routes, distance vector and link state routing theory, routing loop issues, VLSM, CIDR, and routing protocols such as RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP and Single Area OSPF. Second of four courses in the Cisco Networking Academy CCNA curriculum. Provides hands-on experience configuring Cisco routers, additional information on routing theory and protocols beyond that of the basic Cisco Networking Academy Semester 2 course, leading to a more detailed understanding of routing.
4 Units
88443
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CIS 90 Introduction to UNIX/Linux
Provides a technical overview of the UNIX/Linux operating system, including hands-on experience with commands, files, and tools.
3 Units
88445
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CIS 160WS Network Analysis Using Wireshark
Teaches practical network management skills using the Wireshark network analyzer. Prerequisite: CIS 82 or CIS 83.
4 Units
88447
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CIS 185 Advanced Routing - Cisco CCNP Route
Teaches implementing, monitoring, and maintaining routing services in an enterprise network.
3 Units
88449
Course details Blackboard Online class with a required on-campus orientation
CIS 191AB UNIX/Linux Installation, Configuration and Administration
Introduces skills required to administer UNIX/Linux systems.
4 Units
84737
Course details Instructor website Required on-campus meetings
CIS 192AB UNIX/Linux Network Administration
Teaches the building of network infrastructures, and the installation, configuration, and protection services on Linux TCP/IP networks. Prerequisites: CIS 81 and CIS 90 or equivalent skills. Recommended Preparation: CIS 191AB
4 Units
88451
Course details Instructor website Required on-campus meetings
CIS 193AB UNIX/Linux Security Administration
Teaches how to perform the tasks and examine the strategies of UNIX/Linux host, files, and network security management. Prerequisite: CIS 192AB. Recommended Preparation: CIS 175.
4 Units
88454
Course details Instructor website Required on-campus meetings
CIS 196 Microsoft Windows Network Administration (Semester 2)
Teaches implementation and management of Microsoft network environments. Prerequisite: CIS 195 or equivalent skills.
4 Units
88456
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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS/BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
CABT 31 Microsoft Word
Teaches the 10-key touch system using electronic calculators to solve typical business problems and applications in a self-paced course format.
3 Units
86945
Course details Blackboard Online class with required on-campus meetings
COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE
CG 1 College Success
Intergrates personal growth, learning techniques, academic and career success, problem solving, critical, and creative thinking.
3 Units
86987
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CG 51 Introduction to College
Explores college and university requirements, college services, educational alternatives, and strategies for student success
1 Units
86994
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
CG 52 College Study Skills
Develops academic study skills including motivation, concentration, effective note-taking, textbook study methods, time management, test-taking, and test anxiety reduction.
1 Unit
86996
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CG 54 Career Planning
A two-part class involving self-analysis through discussion and tests of aptitude, interest, values and personality; investigation of the world of work.
1 Unit
86997
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88199
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CJ 1 Introduction to Criminal Justice
Examines the history and philosophy of the administration of justice in America; identification and interrelationship of the various sub systems; theories of crime, punishment, and rehabilitation.
3 Units
87044
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CJ 2 Criminal Law
Historical development and evolution of law; origin and foundation of law in U.S.; definition and importance of case law; principles of California criminal law; components of criminal offenses and criminal negligence; legal defense; inchoate crimes; study of specific California crimes and their elements; criminal law terminology.
3 Units
87052
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CJ 6 Criminal Investigation
Examines the fundamental investigative techniques of crime scene and follow- up investigation. Transfer Credit: CSU. C-ID AJ 140
4 Units
87058
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CJ 10 Forensic Investigation
Teaches skills necessary to identify, preserve, and lawfully collect evidence at a crime scene/
4 Units
87046
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CJ 12 Contemporary Issues in the Justice System
Presents an analysis of contemporary issues that are an immediate concern to the justice system including domestic violence, gangs, drug and narcotic abuse, police review, controversial prosecutions and voter initiatives directed at the Criminal Justice System. Transfer Credit: CSU.
4 Units
88437
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CULINARY ARTS AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
CAHM 20 Nutrition
Examines essential nutrients and how they affect our health throughout life emphasizing and evaluating current developments in nutrition
3 Units
86958
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DANCE
DANCE 1 Dance Appreciation
Examines 20th Century dance in multiple cultural, artistic, historical and performance contexts, using lectures, video, demonstration, viewing live performances and exploration of selected dance styles. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
3 Units
87121
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DIGITAL MEDIA
DM 1 Introduction to Digital Media
Introduces digital media from historical and contemporary perspectives, emphasizing practicle fundamentals of design, the production process, and creative technology applications.
4 Units
87168
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87171
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87172
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DM 60 Web Publishing I: (X)HTML and CSS Level 1
Presents planning and production of web sites including: Text, Graphics, Hand-coded HTML, Basic Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and HTML and CSS Validation. Prerequisite: DM 1 or equivalent skills. Transfer Credit: CSU.
3 Units
88257
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ENGLISH
ENGL 1A College Composition
Emphasizes the expository essay and research paper; readings serve as models and topics for discussion. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on clarity and accuracy.
3 Units
87303
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87324
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87325
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87326
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ENGL 1B Composition and Literature
Introduces literature through reading, writing, and discussion to develop critical and analytical skills; satisfies Humanities and Fine Arts requirement for UC/CSU. Students write a minimum of 6,000 words, focusing on literary interpretation and research.
3 Units
87348
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87349
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ENGL 2 Composition and Critical Thinking
Develops writing and reading skills for logical reasoning and argumentation; satisfies the IGETC & CSU critical thinking requirements.
3 Units
87357
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87365
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87366
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87369
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87372
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87373
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ENGL 100 Elements of Writing
Students will write, revise, and edit a minimum of 6,000 words, including personal narratives, analytical essays, reports, and arguments.
3 Units
87241
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87251
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ENGL 100L Writing Laboratory
Practice and study of grammar, sentence structure, punctuation and style in student writing; students meet weekly in a small workshop.
1 Unit
87258
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87277
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87287
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ENGL 153 Spelling Lab
Provides individualized instruction on spelling patterns and rules under the supervision of a writing tutor.
1 Unit
87300
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FINANCE
FIN 4 Money Management
Teaches the financial planning process of money management including budgeting, credit and debt analysis, investments options (stocks, bonds, and mutual funds), acquiring real estate, and retirement planning.
4 Units
87436
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FIN 10 Introduction to Investments
Surveys of investment management and investment alternatives with particular emphasis on the equity markets. Recommended Preparation: Eligibility for MATH 154. Transfer Credit: CSU
4 Units
88558
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FIRE TECHNOLOGY
FT 3 Fire Protection Equipment and Systems
Examines portable fire extinguishing equipment; fire detection and alarm systems, sprinkler systems; and protection systems for special hazards. Transfer Credit: CSU.
3 Units
87450
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FT 5 Fire Behavior and Combustion
Examines theory and fundamentals of how and why fires start, spread, and are controlled including an in-depth study of fire chemistry, physics, characteristics of materials, extinguishing agents, and control techniques.
3 Units
87452
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FT 6ES Principles of Emergency Services Safety And Survival
Introduces the basic principles and history related to the national firefighter life safety initiatives, focusing on the need for cultural and behavioral change throughout the emergency services.
3 Units
87453
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FT 7 Introduction to Hazardous Materials
Presents emergency handling of toxic and radioactive materials, fuels, oxidizers, explosives, as well as flammability and hazard control for storage and transit.
3 Units
87454
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FRENCH
FR 1 Elementary French 1
Develops speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills, with French as the primary language of instruction.
5 Units
87437
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings
87438
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FR 2 Elementary French 2
Practices and builds upon elementary speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills, with French as the primary language of instruction. Prerequisite: FR 1, or two years of high school French, or the equivalent skills. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
5 Units
87440
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings
GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 1 Physical Geography
Studies Earth's dynamic physical systems and processes, including Earth-sun geometry, weather, climate, water, landforms, soil and the biosphere.
3 Units
87457
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
GEOG 2 Physical Geography
Studies Earth's dynamic physical systems and processes, including Earth-sun geometry, weather, climate, water, landforms, soil and the biosphere.
3 Units
88169
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
GERMAN
GRMN 1 Elementary German 1
Develops speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills, with German as the primary language of instruction. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
5 Units
87463
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings
GRMN 2 Elementary German
Practices and builds upon elementary speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills, with German as the primary language of instruction. Prerequisite: GRMN 1, or two years of high school German or the equivalent skills. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
5 Units
87464
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings
HEALTH SCIENCE
HS 10 Personal Health
Explores individual health with emphasis on disease prevention and body wellness including physical and mental health, nutrition, stress, human sexuality, infectious diseases, drug use, and alternative medicine. May satisfy basic California teaching credential requirements in health education.
3 Units
87507
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87511
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87512
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87514
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88556
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HISTORY
HIST 17A United States History to 1865
Surveys American history, tracing the development of American ideals and institutions from the precolonial and colonial periods through the American Revolution, the establishment of the Constitution, early national and antebellum eras, and the Civil War.
3 Units
87437
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
HIST 17B United States History Since 1865
Surveys the political, economic, social, and diplomatic developments of the United States from the Reconstruction period to the present.
3 Units
87477
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
87480
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
ITALIAN
ITAL 1 Elementary Italian 1
Develops speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills, with Italian as the primary language of instruction. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
5 Units
87528
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings
ITAL 2 Elementary Italian 2
Practices and builds upon elementary speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills, with Italian as the primary language of instruction. Prerequisite: ITAL 1, or two years of high school Italian, or the equivalent skills. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
5 Units
87530
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings
JAPANESE
JAPAN 1 Elementary Japanese 1
Develops speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills, with Japanese as the primary language of instruction. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
5 Units
87531
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings
JAPAN 2 Elementary Japanese 2
Practices and builds upon elementary speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills, with Japanese as the primary language of instruction. Prerequisite: JAPAN 2, or two years of high school Japanese, or the equivalent skills. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
5 Units
87532
Course details BlackboardRequired on-campus meetings
KINESIOLOGY
KIN 13 First Aid: Responding to Emergencies
Details the theory and demonstration of first aid care of the injured with certification in American Red Cross "Responding to Emergencies and Community CPR."
3 Units
87543
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
LIBRARY SCIENCE
LIBR 10 Information Research
Teaches information literacy and research concepts, skills, and techniques.
1 Unit
87654
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87658
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87659
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87666
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87668
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MATHEMATICS
MATH 12 Elementary Statistics
Presents histograms, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, binomial and normal distributions, estimation and hypothesis testing, regression and correlation.
5 Units
87717
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus meetings
MATH 18 Elementary Statistics
Presents histograms, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, binomial and normal distributions, estimation and hypothesis testing, regression and correlation.
5 Units
87717
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus meetings
MATH 152 Intermediate Algebra
Continues development of algebra skills acquired in elementary algebra, which include the system of real numbers, polynomials, algebraic equations (linear, systems of linear, quadratic, and applications).
5 Units
87743
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus meetings
MATH 154 Elementary Algebra
Presents a systematic development of numbers, polynomials and polynomial fractions, along with applications to the solution of linear equations, graphing of and solutions for systems of linear equations, quadratic equations and an introduction to exponents and radicals.
5 Units
87762
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus meetings
MATH 254CM Essential Mathematics - Computer Mediated
Presents topics in an accelerated format using computer software, assisted by the instructor, and covers whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, signed numbers, equations, statistics, proportions, and geometry.
2 Units
87804
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus meetings
MEDICAL ASSISTING
MA 70 Medical Terminology
Teaches allied health students fundamentals of medical word building with emphasis on prefixes, word roots, suffixes, combining forms, abbreviations, and lay terms.
3 Units
87711
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
METEOROLOGY
METEO 1 Elementary Meteorology
Explores the composition, structure and motion of the atmosphere including: weather systems, clouds and precipitation, radiation, upper atmosphereic phenomena, microclimates, meteorological instruments, and observations.
3 Units
87711
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MUSIC
MUS 6 Fundamentals of Music
Introduces common practice musical notation through musical reading of key signatures, intervals, triads and progression.
3 Units
88299
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MUS 10 Music Appreciation
Studies music of western civilization during the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and 20th century periods. Understanding and enjoyment of music is developed by the study of the elements of music and other concepts essential to the communication of ideas and emotion.
3 Units
87843
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MUS 12 World Music
Surveys the traditional music cultures of Asia, Africa, Europe, Native America and Latin America. Emphasis is on the evolution and performance practices of musical styles and the relationship between a culture's music and its religious, political, and social structure.
3 Units
87848
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MUS 13A Survey of American Popular Music
Surveys American popular music as represented by pop, rock, jazz, classical, country western, theatre music, regional and traditional folk music and their cross cultural and world music influences.
3 Units
88304
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POLITICAL SCIENCE
PS 1 Introduction to Government
Surveys the origins and development of the U.S. political system. Topics include basic concepts from political philosophy, constitutional law, institutions of the federal government (Congress, Presidency, Courts) political parties and elections, federalism, public opinion, the media, interest groups, civil liberties and rights, and California politics. Contemporary issues will be presented from a variety of viewpoints. (Satisfies the state requirement for American institutions and California government.) Critical analytical written work is the primary means of evaluating student performance in this course.
3 Units
87988
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
87992
Course details Blackboard Required on-campus orientation
PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCH 1 General Psychology
Scientific study of behavior and mental processes, which leads to better understanding of ourselves and other people. Covers basic processes such as perceiving, learning, and remembering. Also introduces theories of personality, abnormal behavior, and child development. Many examples of how psychology can be applied in everyday life.
3 Units
88008
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READING
READ 52 Speed and Comprehension
The course is designed to improve both reading speed and comprehension with a limited amount of vocabulary work. The class is organized on a group and individual basis, using various materials and equipment.
2 Units
88045
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SOCIOLOGY
SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology: Understanding Society
Introduces basic sociological concepts, theories, and methods used to understand the dynamics of human interaction and society, including culture, stratification, social mobility, identity, and collective behavior as they affect individuals and society.
3 Units
88061
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SOC 2 Contemporary Social Problems
Examines the social, economic and political definitions, causes, and consequences of major social problems. Evaluates proposed solutions to social problems and methods of intervention. Topics include systemic inequalities along socioeconomic, racial/ethnic, and gender lines and problems in major areas of social life including families, schools, health, and law
3 Units
88070
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SPANISH
SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish 1
Develops elementary speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills within a cultural context, with Spanish as the primary language of instruction. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID SPAN 100
5 Units
88085
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88081
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88078
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88086
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88080
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88076
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88079
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88084
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88077
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88082
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88083
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SPAN 2 Elementary Spanish 2
Practices and builds upon elementary speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing skills within a cultural context, with Spanish as the primary language of instruction. Prerequisite: SPAN 1, or two years of high school Spanish or equivalent skills. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. C-ID SPAN 110
5 Units
88094
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88096
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88093
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88095
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88092
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SPAN 3 Intermediate Spanish 1
Further develops elementary language skills, reviews and expands grammar and vocabulary usage in speaking, listening, reading and writing, within a cultural context, with Spanish as the primary language of instruction. Prerequisite: SPAN 2 or equivalent skills. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC with limits: SPAN 3 & 4 combined with 16 & 17- maximum credit- 1 series. SPAN 3 & 16 combined-maximum credit 1 course. C-ID SPAN 200
5 Units
88099
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88098
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88100
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SPAN 4 Intermediate Spanish 2
Develops and refines language skills in order to express more complex ideas and increases awareness of cultural norms, values, and events, with Spanish as the primary language of instruction. Prerequisite: SPAN 3 or equivalent skills. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC with limits: SPAN 3, 4 combined with 16 & 17-maximum credit- 1 series. SPAN 3 & 16 combined-maximum credit 1 course. CID SPAN 210
5 Units
88102
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88101
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THEATRE ARTS
TA 9 Appreciation of Theatre Arts
Covers the historical, literary, technical and performance aspects of theatre, film, TV and performance art from earliest time to the present.
3 Units
88135
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