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Distance Education Schedule

Is an on-campus orientation, prerequisite, or assessment required?
Check each section listing on this page for on-campus or in-person meetings. Additional information can be found on the Schedule of Classes or on WebAdvisor. Visit the Assessment Center's webpage for the testing schedule. For help using Canvas, go to the Cabrillo Canvas Guides. To check dates and deadlines, see the Academic Calendar. For other questions, please contact the TLC.

SELECT TERM
Spring 2018: Regular Session
Start Dates: 1/29 - 2/12
(14-16 weeks)
Cybersession I
Start Dates: 1/29 - 3/16
(6-10 weeks)
Cybersession II
Start Dates: 4/2 - 4/16
(6-8 weeks)
Fall 2017: Regular Session Late Starting and Cybersession


Canvas


Spring 2018 Cybersession II
April 2 – May 26

 

Start Dates: April 2 - April 16

ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTHR 1L Biological Anthropology Lab
Presents a hands-on exploration of topics in biological anthropology.
1 Unit
15
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
14
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/16-5/26.
BUSINESS
BUS 20 Introduction to Business
Surveys business principles, problems, practices and procedures.
3 Units
2
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
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 (including empathic, comprehensive, and critical-thinking skills).
1 Unit
9
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/12.
COMM 12 Intercultural Communication
Provides an understanding of the dynamics of intercultural communication with application to American culture, subcultures and different cultures of the world.
3 Units
5
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
CABT 118 Using Microsoft Windows
Covers the fundamental use of the PC and the Windows operating system including file management, simple troubleshooting, running and installing programs, customizing the desktop, and using Windows accessory programs such as WordPad, Paint, and Internet Explorer.
1 Unit
1
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE
CG 1 College Success
Integrates personal growth, learning techniques, problem solving, critical and creative thinking to enhance academic and career success.
3 Units
2
Course details Canvas Online course. Meets 8 weeks, 4/2-5/25. After registration, please e-mail instructor at cashanno@cabrillo.edu.
CG 51 Planning for Success
Introduces the tools necessary to increase academic and life success including college expectations, resources, facilities, requirements, and educational planning.
1 Unit
3
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/25.
CG 54 Careers and Lifestyles
Facilitates the selection of a career goal and educational pathway through selfanalysis, human development, and occupational exploration; utilizes assessment of human traits and life span development.
1 Unit
2
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/25. Mandatory orientation meeting Tuesday, 4/3, 6:30-8:00PM in room 1051 (upstairs in the Library).
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
7
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/16-5/26.
ECONOMICS
ECON 1A Introduction to Macroeconomics
Introduces national income accounting, banking and Federal Reserve System, determinants of the level of unemployment and inflation, examination of economic growth and business cycles and government economic policy.
3 Units
4
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
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
5
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26. Required enrollment in LIBR 10 Section 6-(103116), which is an ONLINE laboratory.
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
7
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
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.
3 Units
5
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/3-5/26. Enrolled students who do not log in to course by the end of the first week (4/6) will be dropped.
HISTORY
HIST 2A World History to 1500
Focuses on major regions of the world, (Asia, Africa, Europe, North and South America), and their interactions until the year 1500, emphasizing belief systems, environmental transformations, issues of family and gender, as well as political and economic organization. Substantial writing requirements are appropriate for this course.
3 Units
1
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
KINESIOLOGY
KIN 13 First Aid: Responding to Emergencies
Details the theory and demonstration of first aid care of the injured with certification by the American Heart Association.
3 Units
1
Course details Canvas Hybrid course. 4/2-5/26. There are 3 on campus Saturday meetings in the conference room next to the pool: 4/7 mandatory orientation 9:00AM-1:00PM, 4/28 10:00AM-1:00PM, 5/12 10:00AM-1:00PM.
LIBRARY SCIENCE
LIBR 10 Information Research
Teaches information literacy and research concepts, skills, and techniques.
1 Unit
6
Course details Canvas Online laboratory. 4/2-5/26. Required enrollment in ENGL 1A Section 5-102786.
MATHEMATICS
MATH 12 Elementary Statistics
Presents the use of probability techniques, hypothesis testing, and predictive techniques to facilitate decision-making.
5 Units
16
Course details Math Online Online course. 4/2-5/26. In-person orientation and exams at the Watsonville Center on dates to be determined.
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
18
Course details Math Online Online course. 4/2-5/26. In-person orientation and exams at the Watsonville Center on dates to be determined.
MUSIC
MUS 11A Jazz Appreciation
Develops aesthetic criteria for examining and evaluating jazz performances.
3 Units
2
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
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
3
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
POLITICAL SCIENCE
PS 1 Introduction to Government
Traces the origins and development of the U.S. political system with a focus on the Constitution, current affairs, the media, civil rights and civil liberties.
3 Units
13
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
PSYCHOLOGY
PSYCH 1 General Psychology
Explores major theories and concepts, methods, and research findings in psychology.
3 Units
12
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
REAL ESTATE
RE 152 Real Estate Practice
Surveys the practical, day-to-day aspects of California real estate practice: clients and customers, pricing property, Calif. regulations and Federal Fair Housing laws, listing and purchase agreements, offers and counteroffers, guiding the transaction through closing. A Calif. Dept. of Real Estate required course for Salesperson or Broker license.
3 Units
1
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.
SOCIOLOGY
SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology: Understanding Society
Introduces core principles in the scientific study of the social causes and consequences of human behavior.
3 Units
7
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/16.
SOC 2 Contemporary Social Problems
Examines the social, economic, and political definitions, causes, and consequences of major social problems.
3 Units
4
Course details Canvas Online course. 4/2-5/26.


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