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KEY DATES TO REMEMBER Credit, page 49 Continuing Education/Noncredit,admission application due for 2012 Spring Semester December 5 International student page 164
December 19 - January 6 Winter Recess (campus closed Dec. 22 - Jan. 2) Registration begins for 2012 Spring Credit and Continuing Education classes International student admission application due for 2012 Spring Semester Presidents Day Holiday - Lincolns 22 - Jan. 2) Winter Recess (campus closed Dec.Birthday (campus closed) Presidents Day Holiday - Washingtons Birthday (campus closed) 2012 Winter Intersession date Residency determination Registration begins for 2012 Spring Credit and Continuing Education classes 2012 Spring Semester begins Presidents Day Holiday - Lincolns Birthday (campus closed) Last day to change residency for Spring Presidents Day Holiday - Washingtons Birthday (campus closed) Cesar Chavez Holiday (campus closed) Residency determination date International Semester begins 2012 Springstudent application due for 2011 Summer Intersession Last day to petition for 2012 Spring Commencement Last day to change residencySummer Intersession Credit Registration begins for 2011 for Spring Cesar Chavez Holiday (campus closed) and Continuing Education classes Memorial Day Holiday (campus due for International student application closed) 2011 Summer Intersession Last day to petition for 2012 Spring Commencement Book Buy Back at SacBookRac Registration begins for 2011 Summer Intersession Credit Final Exams (see schedule on page 50) and Continuing Education classes Commencement Memorial Day Holiday (campus closed) 2012 Spring Semester ends 2012 Winter Intersession KEY DATES TO REMEMBER

January 9 - February 19 January 19 December 5 February 19 December17 - January 6 February 20 January 9 - February 19 February 26 January 19 February 27 February 17 March 9 February 20 March 30 February 26 May 7 February 27 May 11 March 9 May 17 March 30 May 28 May 7 May 11 - 17 June 11 May 17 - 17 June 11

June 15 May 28 June 17 June 25 2012 Summer at SacBookRac June 11 - 17 Book Buy BackIntersession begins Junelast day for withdrawal or for a Exams (see schedule on page 50) on the Student Schedule/Receipt. 11 - 17 Final refund is specic to the course and is listed *The June 15 Commencement In short-term courses, students who withdraw or are dropped from class during the rst 20% of the course will receive June 17 on their permanent record. StudentsSemester ends courses through 61% of the course. 2012 Spring may drop short-term no notation June 25 2012 Summer Intersession begins
*The last day for withdrawal or for a refund is specic to the course and is listed on the Student Schedule/Receipt. In short-term courses, students who withdraw or are dropped from class during the rst 20% of the course will receive no notation on their permanent record. Students may drop short-term courses through 61% of the course.

DROP-FOR-NONPAYMENT POLICY
Students are reminded that payment for all fees is due upon registration. Effective Fall 2010, students who fail to pay for their classes by the established deadlines will be dropped. The deadlines for nonpayment of fees are Thursday, February 16 (for classes registered into through February 16 at 8 p.m.) DROP-FOR-NONPAYMENTregistered into from February 17 through February 24 at 8 p.m.). These and Friday, February 24 (for classes POLICY deadlines will be posted on the student portal at is due upon registration. Effective Schedule/Receipt. Students are reminded that payment for all fees my.mtsac.edu and on the student Fall 2010, Fee payment fail be made their online by time (except from 11 p.m. to a.m.) or in person at the students who can to pay foreitherclasses anythe established deadlines will1be dropped. The deadlines Bursar's Ofce of fees are Thursday, February 16 (for classes registered into through February 16 at 8 p.m.) for nonpayment(Building 9A) during regular business hours. and Friday, February 24 (for classes registered into from February 17 through February 24 at 8 p.m.). These deadlines will be posted on the student portal at my.mtsac.edu and on the student Schedule/Receipt.

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Add Authorization Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Associate Degree Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-48 Attendance, Drop & Withdrawal Policies . . . . . . . . . . 25 Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application . . . . . 21-24 Bridge Programs English Bridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Math Bridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Calendar & Deadlines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 California Community College Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver (BOGW) Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Campus Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190-191 Campus Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33-35 Campus Telephone Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Changing Your Class Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Childcare Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 Continuing Education Registration Form . . . . . . . . . 165 Course Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Fees List of Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Nonresidents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Fee Payment Options/Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Refund Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Final Exam Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Financial Aid & Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 General Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-41 Grades (pass/no pass, incompletes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Graduation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 How To Add Yourself To A Wait List . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16 Key Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Parking Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37 Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190-191 Paying Fees Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-14 Placement Test Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27 Prerequisites & Corequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29 Registration Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-16 Schedule of Spring Credit Classes Alphabetical List of Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Distance Learning (Online) Program . . . . . 147-149 How to Read the Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Schedule of Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Short-Term Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150-163 Schedule Planning Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Security & Emergency Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-41 Security Escort Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Student Fees Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-33 Transfer Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42- 48

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CAMPUS DIRECTORY
For assistance, call the Mt. SAC general number at (909) 594-5611. For direct access to the ofces listed below, dial (909) 274 + the 4-digit extension listed below. Admissions & Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4415 Assessment Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4265 Basic Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4845 Bridge Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 5392 Bookstore (SacBookRac) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4475 Bursars Ofce (pay fees) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4960 Campus Newspaper (Mountaineer) . . . . . . . . . ext. 6123 Career Placement Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4510 Child Development Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4920 Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4220 Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4380 Directions to Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4181 Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSP&S) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4290 English as a Second Language (ESL) . . . . . . . . ext. 5235 Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4500 Financial Aid & Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4450 Health Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4400 High School Outreach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ext. 5906 Learning Assistance Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4300 Instruction Ofce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4200 Instructional Divisions Arts (Fine & Performing) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 5200 Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4600 Humanities & Social Sciences . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4570 Learning Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 5659 Natural Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4425 Physical Education & Athletics . . . . . . . . . ext. 4630 Technology & Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4750 Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4260 Lost & Found . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4525 Older Adult Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 5117 Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4299 Public Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4555 Public Safety Escort Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4233 Re-Entry Enrollment Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4392 Student Life/Student Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4525 Transfer Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 6388 Veterans Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ext. 4520
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D. You can view your assigned registration time by visiting my.mtsac.edu and accessing your information. Once youve logged in, you can view your assigned registration appointment. The appointment will tell you your assigned registration date and time. Note: Students must print out a copy as proof of their priority registration date. Students will not be allowed to register before their assigned date and time!

REGISTRATION FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER BEGINS

January 19, 2012

MAIN CAMPUS (909 ) 594 - 5611


I STEP 1 Apply www.mtsac.edu. I STEP 2 Get Assessed (909-274-4265)
Schedule and take your course placement tests at the Assessment Center.

(909-274-4415)

The preferred method of application is via the Web at

I STEP 3 Attend Orientation (909-274-4380)


Attend an orientation session. Any student who is new to Mt. SAC MUST attend orientation before registering for classes.

STEP 2 Get Assessed


Most classes have basic skills prerequisites that must be assessed prior to registration. Apply online at www.mtsac.edu before taking your placement tests. Assessment must be completed prior to your orientation and registration date and time. To Make a Placement Test Appointment: A. Determine the test required for the courses in which you plan to enroll. B. To make an appointment, you can:
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I STEP 4 Get Counseling I STEP 5 Register

(909-274-4380) my.mtsac.edu

Receive counseling/advisement if needed. Register online. If you need help, go to the Student Services Center.

I STEP 6 Pay Fees

(909-274-4960)

Pay your fees by credit card online, check by mail, or cash, check or credit card in person at Bursars Ofce.

go online via your student portal or at assessment.mtsac.edu; or call the Assessment Center at (909) 274-4265; or visit the Assessment Center in the Student Services Center

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STEP 1 Apply
Who is eligible for Admission? A. Anyone who can benet from the instruction and is at least 18 years old or has graduated from high school. B. High school juniors and seniors should apply online at www.mtsac.edu. They will also need to submit a Special Admissions Application and meet the stated criteria. Admission is approved on an individual basis. Special note to parents, Right of Access: Under Section 49061 of the Education Code, parents of community college students do not have a right of access to their childrens student records, regardless of whether the student is under the age of 18. In accordance with this regulation, students college records will be released to parents only with the written consent of the student. How Do I Apply? A. Apply online by visiting www.mtsac.edu and clicking on the Apply Online link. B. All new and returning students (those with an absence of two consecutive semesters, excluding Summer and Winter Intersession) must apply online. Students who last attended Spring 2011, Summer 2011, Fall 2011 or Winter 2012 do not need to apply. C. Submit ofcial transcripts from all accredited high schools, colleges, and trade schools attended.
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Arrive at the designated testing room 10-15 minutes early on the day of the test.
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A photo I.D. is required to take all tests and to receive all test results. Tests scores are valid for two years. Students may retest after three months.

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STEP 3 Attend Orientation


College counselors lead group orientation sessions for all new students who are enrolling at Mt. SAC, unless otherwise exempted. Students are exempt (but not prohibited) from participating in orientation, counseling and advisement if they: A. B. C. D. Enroll in community services classes only, Possess an Associate or higher degree from a regionally accredited institution, Attain 60 units or more from a regionally accredited institution, or Select and enroll in a general interest class only. All students must meet course prerequisites.

Completion of orientation is required prior to registering for classes. Students should complete assessment and have test results prior to participating
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in an orientation. To schedule an orientation appointment, students should call ext. 4380 or come to the Counseling Center (Student Services Bldg.).

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during the same term as the course originally chosen.) These corequisites are identied in the course descriptions in this Schedule. Some corequisites may have been taken previously.

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STEP 4 Get Counseling


Counselors in the Counseling Center (ext. 4380) are available to help you if you: A. B. C. Are undecided about your major or career goal, In planning your educational and/or career goal, Need assistance in choosing a university or college for transfer, or D. Have personal problems that impact your college success. Educational Advisors in the Counseling Center are available to help you if you: A. B. C. D. Need information on course selection, Would like to nd out what classes you need for an Associate Degree or Certicate, Need help with your educational plan, or Need general information about the College. To schedule appointments, please call ext. 4380.

STEP 6 Pay Fees


Payment is due upon registration. Students who fail to pay for their classes by the established deadlines will be dropped from their classes. These deadlines will be posted on the student portal at my.mtsac.edu and on your Student Schedule/Receipt. Students who remain enrolled after the course refund deadline remain financially responsible for the payment of fees even if they drop the class or are dropped by their instructor. All fees are subject to change. Enrollment Fee $36 per unit Required of all students except those qualifying for Board of Governors (BOGW) Fee Waiver. International Student Fees $214 per unit (plus $36 per unit enrollment fee) Required of nonresident international students attending Mt. SAC on an F-1 Visa. Nonresident Student Fees $214 per unit (plus $36 per unit enrollment fee) Required of all students who have not established residency in the State of California for a period of one year prior to the day before classes begin. Materials Fee Varies The materials fee for individual classes is noted under the class listing at the end of the course description. Parking Fee $40 A parking permit is required in all student parking lots, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Student Health Fee** $18 or $14 w/BOGW Fee Waiver per semester Required of all credit students. **Pursuant to Section 76355 of the Education Code, Mt. SAC has a process by which students may request to waive the health fee. To qualify for a waiver students must provide documentation of active membership in a religious organization that relies exclusively upon prayer for healing. Applications for waivers are available in the Bursars Ofce (9A) or in the Student Health Center (67B) for the rst week of the semester. Student Activity Fee $11 This fee allows our student government to provide scholarships, student handbooks, leadership opportunities, cultural programs and other co-curricular programs. This fee also allows students to purchase discount amusement and movie theater tickets. This fee is optional. No refunds will be accepted after the second week of the semester.
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STEP 5 Register
How do I prepare to register? A. Prepare a tentative class schedule. List your desired courses on the schedule planning worksheet provided on page 10 of this Schedule. B. Check course prerequisites and corequisites. Be sure you have completed the required prerequisites for the courses you have selected. These prerequisites are identied in the course descriptions in this Schedule. (A prerequisite is a course or experience which must be completed prior to enrollment in certain courses.) C. Be sure to register for required corequisites. (A corequisite is a course that must be taken

When Do I Register?
Check your registration appointment online for your date and time. You may not register prior to the date and time assigned. Register online at my.mtsac.edu. Computers and helpful staff are available for students to register in the Student Services Center.

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Student Representation Fee $0.50 This fee is used to advocate for Mt. SAC students at the state government levels. Additional fees paid at the Bursars Ofce: Material Cards Transcript & Verication Requests Parking permit replacement fees Parking citation fees F-1 Student Application Fee ($50) Per California Education Code Section 76142, any prospective international student who possesses an economic hardship is exempt from paying the international student application fee. Economic hardship, in this instance, refers to the prospective students (and/or his/her family) ability to pay for the application fee by proving a prior year income (adjusted in U.S. dollars) of $80,000 or less. Students qualifying under Education Code Section 76140, who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition, are also exempt from paying the international student application fee.

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Drop Box Payments Check or money order may be submitted through drop boxes. If a parking permit is purchased, it will be mailed to the student within 5-7 business days. Drop Box Location Building 9A, Bursars Ofce Policy for Check Payment Checks must be written for exact amount only. All checks must be made payable to Mt. SAC (third party checks are not acceptable ). Personal checks must have a pre-printed address imprinted on the check (no temporary checks). Checks with written amount corrections are not acceptable. Post-dated checks are not acceptable. Students who have written two previous checks that have been returned for insufcient funds will not be allowed to write another check for registration, and the check will be returned. Policy for Credit Card Payment VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted. Mt. SAC does not give cash advances or cash back on payments made with credit or debit cards. When using a credit card for payment in person, photo ID is required. Acceptable forms of ID are student ID, drivers license, State ID, military ID or passport. If the credit card belongs to someone other than the student, a signed letter allowing the use of the card must be presented at the time of fee payment. International credit cards are not accepted for payments. Policy for Nonresident Payment Tuition may be paid by certied check, cashiers check, cash, rst-party personal checks with proper identication (drivers license, State ID or passport), or by credit card (VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express), through online registration. Non-imprinted (temporary) checks may not be used for payment of fees (no exceptions). Payment must be made in full; no installments are accepted.

Fee Payment Options/Policies


The Bursars Ofce accepts cash, credit cards, money orders, personal checks, business checks, Rehab vouchers and cashiers checks. All fees are due upon registration. No partial payments. Students who remain enrolled after the course refund deadline remain nancially responsible for payment of fees even if they drop the class or are dropped by their instructor. Payments may be made online, by mail, in person or through drop box. Online Payments Following online registration, fees can be paid using VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or check card displaying above logos. If a parking permit is purchased, it will be mailed to the student within 5-7 business days. Mail Payments Students must send a check or money order payable to Mt. SAC with their student ID# on check or money order and mail to: Bursars Ofce, 1100 N. Grand Ave., Walnut, CA 91789. DO NOT SEND CASH. If a parking permit is purchased, it will be mailed to the student within 5-7 business days. In-Person Payments Bursars Ofce, Building 9A. This Schedule of Classes is available online at www.mtsac.edu and in alternate formats (Braille, enlarged text, e-text, etc.) upon request. Please contact Disabled Student Programs & Services at (909) 274-4290.

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As a student at Mt. SAC, you MUST register for classes online via the web at my.mtsac.edu. If you need help registering online, please visit the Student Services Center (9B).

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I I You are a continuing student at Mt. SAC, or You are a new student to Mt. SAC, and you have applied online.

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I I Registration begins Jan. 19, 2012. You can register online via the web at my.mtsac.edu. If you do not have access to a computer, computers and help are available on campus in the Student Services Center lower level during business hours.

Before You Register


I Complete the Schedule Planning Worksheet on page 10 of this Schedule. You will need this information during your registration. Check your registration appointment at my.mtsac.edu for the date and time you are assigned to register. You will not be allowed to register before your assigned registration date and time.

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I I Payment is due upon registration. See page 8 for fee payment options. The college is now dropping for nonpayment of fees. Please check my.mtsac.edu student portal for further information. Any unpaid fees will result in a nancial hold placed on your account. Financial holds will prevent students from enrollment, drops and withdrawals, will prohibit access to transcripts and grades, and will limit access to certain campus services. It is the students responsibility to drop classes by the appropriate deadline as shown on the Student Schedule/Receipt. Students who remain enrolled after the course refund deadline remain nancially responsible for payment of fees even if they drop the class or are dropped by their instructor.
ADD AUTHORIZATION CODES: A 4 digit code is issued by the instructor of a closed class. You must enter the Course Reference Number (CRN) and the Add Authorization Code when prompted at my.mtsac.edu to add the closed class. Add Authorization Codes can only be used once and have expiration dates. Be sure to use the code on or before the expiration date. Failure to use the codes prior to expiration will prevent students from registering in the class. Dont let this happen to you. Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu
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I I I Go online to my.mtsac.edu Follow the registration instructions on pages 6-8 of this Schedule. Follow all instructions carefully.

During Registration
I You can add or drop courses, check your Schedule, make changes or check your fee amount. The waitlist feature is available. Instructors will need to view your registration appointment printout and a picture ID in order to ll open spots. You can search for open course sections if the course section you want is closed. Search for open credit classes online at: http://my.mtsac.edu Failure to pay does not drop you from classes. I

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Registration Begins: January 19, 2012 Before you log in: Write the Course Reference Number (CRN) of your classes (or place the ADD Authorization Code after classes have started) on the worksheet area provided.

Search for open classes online at:


http://my.mtsac.edu/searchclassschedule/search.aspx

To register online, go to: http://my.mtsac.edu


Instructions: List your preferred and alternate schedule in the area provided so that you can easily view your schedule when you are ready to register. Mt. SAC does not permit registration in classes with a time conict.

PREFERRED SCHEDULE
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TOTAL ENROLLMENT FEE (select one) Residents Non-residents ($214 + $36) Intl Students ($214 + $36) STUDENT HEALTH FEE (select one) Regular With BOGW waiver STUDENT ACTIVITIES FEE STUDENT REPRESENTATION FEE PARKING PERMIT (select one) Explanation below Explanation below Regular With BOGW waiver MATERIALS FEES Check each class listing for specic fees $36 x $250 x $250 x $18 $14 $11 $0.50 $40 $20 units = units = units =

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ENROLLMENT FEE: The Enrollment Fee is $36 per unit. Students who qualify for the Board of Governors fee waiver (BOGW) are not required to pay this fee. (Fees are subject to change.) NON-RESIDENT TUITION: Out-of-state tuition fees are $214 per unit and are required of all students who have not established residency in the state of California for a period of one year prior to the day before classes begin. International tuition fees are $214 per unit and are required of all non-resident international students attending Mt. SAC on an F-1 Visa. Refer residency questions to the Admissions Ofce (ext. 4415). STUDENT HEALTH FEE: The Student Health Fee is $18. Students who qualify for the BOGW fee waiver pay a reduced fee of $13. This fee is mandatory. Call the Student Health Center at ext. 4400 for more information on available services. STUDENT ACTIVITIES FEE: The Student Activities fee is $11 per semester, but is not applicable during intersessions. This allows our student government to provide scholarships, student handbooks, leadership opportunities, cultural programs and other co-curricular programs. The fee also allows students to purchase discount amusement park and movie theater tickets. This fee is optional. No refunds will be accepted after the second week of the semester. STUDENT REPRESENTATION FEE: The Student Representation fee is a mandatory fee that is collected during Fall and Spring registration for the purpose of providing Mt. SAC students the means to advocate their positions and view points before city, county, and state government agencies. PARKING FEE: Parking permits are $40. Students who qualify for the BOGW fee waiver pay $20. A permit is required to park on campus in all student parking lots, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. MATERIALS FEE: A Materials Fee may be required for a course. Check class listings for those specic fees. Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu

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CHANGING YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE CHANGING YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE
You can make changes to your course schedule by using the Online Registration System. I I I I You may drop classes. You may add open classes or any class for which you have an ADD Authorization Code. You may search for open sections. See the Schedule Planning Worksheet for instructions on page 10. It is your responsibility to know deadlines to add courses and to drop courses if you are no longer attending classes. You must use the online registration system to drop classes. You must pay the required fee for any added class and drop by the course refund deadline on Student Schedule/Receipt to qualify for a refund (see page 19).

Adding or Dropping a Class (see Calendar insert for add/drop period)


A. To Add an Open Class: 1. You may add open classes online at my.mtsac.edu 2. Once classes start, you must attend the rst class meeting to obtain an ADD Authorization Code if the class is no longer available through the registration system. Instructors will add students depending on the number of open spaces in the class. 3. You must have your Mt. SAC registration appointment printout of your assigned date and time, along with a picture ID. 4. You must be eligible (have the appropriate prerequisite) for the class. Prerequisites will be checked by the system at the time you register for the class. If you are blocked from registering for a class and believe that you do possess the appropriate prerequisite, or if you have a question regarding the prerequisite, call (909) 274-4415 for assistance. You must register for all ADDs prior to the expiration date on the ADD Authorization Code. You MUST have a picture ID to add classes in person.

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All Added classes must be completed prior to the expiration date.

5. 6. B.

To Drop a Class: 1. You may drop classes online at my.mtsac.edu. 2. You can review the drop dates on your portalSchedule/Receipt. 3. See page 19 for refund information.

To Add a Closed Class: 1. To add the class, you must attend the rst class meeting and obtain an ADD Authorization from the instructor. 2. You must have your Mt. SAC Student Schedule/Receipt printout and a picture ID. 3. You must be eligible (have the appropriate prerequisite) for the class. If the course has a required prerequisite, obtain a Proof of Eligibility Form from the appropriate Division Ofce or Admissions and Records prior to attending the class you wish to add. 4. If you receive an ADD Authorization Code from the instructor, add the class online.

Course Repetition Policy Change


Beginning summer 2012, students will be allowed to repeat a course in which they received a substandard grade/mark (D, F, W, NC, NP) only two times (for a total of three attempts). Students attempting to enroll in the same course a fourth time will be blocked automatically from registering. Students are responsible for dropping classes they do not plan to attend. Failure to drop will result in an obligation and an F letter grade on a students transcript.
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Fee Refunds
In order to receive a refund for 2012 Spring courses, you must drop your class(es) by the refund deadline for that class. The deadline can be found on your Student Schedule/Receipt (see sample below). If your class has been ofcially dropped, or cancelled by the College, you will receive a refund through the colleges partnership with Higher One. See my.mtsac.edu student portal for further information on this new service.

Refund for BOGW


You may apply for a Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW) at any point within the academic year, beginning with the Summer Session. If you qualify for a BOGW, you will be eligible for the remainder of the academic year. If you have already paid, you will be automatically reimbursed for covered fees. A check, made payable to the student, will be mailed in approximately 45 days.

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Parking Permit Refund


To receive a refund for your 2012 Spring parking permit, you must return the permit to the Bursars Ofce. This can be done by mail or dropped off at one of the drop box locations. The envelope must be postmarked or placed in the drop box by March 12, 2012 for 16-week classes. Shortterm classes have until the class refund deadline date of the class. Once the permit is received, a check, made payable to the student, will be mailed in approximately 45 days.

Owing a Debt to the College


Mt. SAC will withhold grades, transcripts, degrees, registration privileges, or any other combination thereof, from any student or former student who has failed to pay a proper nancial obligation due to the College (e.g., returned check, unpaid loan, equipment breakage, unpaid library ne, nancial aid overpayment, unpaid registration fee). Any item or items withheld shall be released when the student satisfactorily meets his/her nancial obligation. When the outstanding nancial obligation owed to the College is sent to our collection agencies, Chancelors Ofce Tax Offset Program, the collection cost incurred will be added to the original amount owed. Returned checks must be paid in the form of cash, credit card, money order or a cashiers check, and a returned check charge of $25 will be added to the amount of the check.

Production & Copy Cards Refunds


Production cards can be returned to the Bursars Ofce for refund if unmarked and unused until March 12, 2012 for 16-week classes or within 24 hours of purchase for short-term classes.

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WAIVING FEES WAIVING FEES

California Community College Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver (BOGW) Information
This assistance is available to qualied California residents. The Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver waives the enrollment fee and provides a reduced cost for health and parking fees. Students are responsible for paying any additional fees. Students may apply for an enrollment fee waiver at the time of registration. There are three methods by which students may qualify: Method A: A student is currently a recipient of funds from TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), SSI (Supplemental Security Income), or GA/GR (General Assistance/ General Relief ), or, if dependent, such funds are the sole source of income for the family. Students must provide a current copy of their check or an Untaxed Income Verication form, available in the Financial Aid Ofce. Method B: Household size and 2010 family income. Colleges may ask students to provide documentation of income, such as a copy of their 2010 Federal Income Tax Return. Students are required to provide documentation if it is requested. Apply online at www.cccapply.org/naid or use the BOGW application form on pages 21-24 to apply for Method A or B enrollment fee waiver and RETURN IT IN PERSON to the Financial Aid Ofce, Student Services Center (through June 30, 2012).

Method C: A student has applied for other state/federal aid and has demonstrated nancial need by completing the 2011-12 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Apply for a Personal Identication Number (PIN) at www.pin.ed.gov so you can electronically sign the online FAFSA. Then complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov and list Mt. SACs Title IV code: 001245. Method C is the preferred method as most students that do not qualify for a fee waiver based on Methods A and B, do qualify when they le the FAFSA. Students may apply for a BOGW at any point during the academic year. If students are determined eligible for a BOGW, it will be valid for the entire academic year through June 30, 2012. Students must reapply for a BOGW each year beginning with the summer term. Please refer to the Refund for BOGW on page 19 for a refund on your enrollment fees. NOTE: Since verication of eligibility may involve contact with other agencies, parental signature, or other documents, it is reasonable to expect that an application may not be completed on the same day it is submitted.

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Financial Aid Financial Aid


The Mt. SAC Title IV code is: 001245

Financial Aid Is Available


The College offers a variety of nancial aid programs funded by the federal and state governments and private sources. These programs are available to eligible students to help meet the cost of attending college. Aid programs include grants, work-study opportunities, scholarships, and loans. Students enrolling for the current semester may still apply for nancial aid by completing the 2011-12 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Apply for a Personal Identication Number (PIN) at www.pin.ed.gov so you can electronically sign the online FAFSA. You may choose any of these three methods to le a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): Apply online at www.fafsa.gov (recommended), or Download and complete a PDF FAFSA from www.federalstudentaid.ed.gov (Note: PDF FAFSAs must be mailed for processing), or Request a paper FAFSA by calling the Federal Student Aid Information Center at (800) 4-FED-AID

(800-433-3243) or (319) 337-5665. If you are hearing impaired, please contact the TTY line at (800) 730-8913.

AID FINANCIAL AID

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING DEADLINES: For Academic Year 2012- 13


Apply for nancial aid early. The 2012-13 FAFSA is available for students to complete. The 2012-13 FAFSA is for Fall 2012 - Summer 2013. January 2012: Financial aid forms for academic year 201213 will be available. Students must re-apply for nancial aid every year. Apply early at www.fafsa.gov. The Title IV code for Mt. SAC is 001245. March 2, 2012: Cal Grant deadline. File the FAFSA (for 2011-12 academic year) no later than this date, along with the GPA Verication Form, to be considered for state aid. April 15, 2012: Mt. SAC priority ling date for campus based nancial aid. Students will have met the priority ling deadline if they le the FAFSA by this date.

Scholarships
In addition to federal and state aid, scholarships are available to qualied students based on a number of factors, including: educational goal, major, need and/or merit. Students who would like to be considered for the Mt. SAC Scholarship Program should submit a general scholarship application no later than April 1, 2012 to be considered for over 100 scholarships*. The Mt. SAC Scholarship Program application is currently available via the my.mtsac student portal. To download the application, select the Financial Tab and view the Financial Aid News Alerts channel for a direct link to the application. *Check with the scholarship ofce for deadline dates to submit applications. Visit the Scholarship Program Ofce for assistance with researching on and off-campus scholarship opportunities, application assistance, personal essay advisement and monthly workshops/presentations. Students may obtain general information or request an appointment by calling (909) 274-4457, or e-mailing scholarships@mtsac.edu. For more info, visit www.mtsac.edu/students/naid/scholarships.html

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Placement Placement Test Information


PLACEMENT TEST INFORMATION PLACEMENT TEST INFORMATION
Please call (909) 274-4265 for an appointment. Many classes have prerequisites which must be met prior to registration. Please refer to the course descriptions in this Schedule of Classes for prerequisites.
Students may retest after three months. Test scores are valid for two years. A valid photo I.D. is required to take ALL tests and to obtain test results.

MATH MATH MATH

50 Pre-Algebra 51 Elementary Algebra 51A Elementary Algebra - First Half 1 hour*

Intermediate Algebra Placement Test

This is a test of your elementary algebra skills. The appropriate test score will provide eligibility for the following courses. Please see the course descriptions in this Schedule of Classes for prerequisites. MATH MATH MATH MATH 61 71 71A 71X Plane Geometry Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra First Half Practical Intermediate Algebra 1 hour*

The following tests may be taken at the Assessment Center: English Placement Test Assessment of Written English (AWE) 1 hour*

This is a test of your abilities in language usage. It is required for placement in English classes (including LERN, AMLA, and ESL classes). The AWE is used to provide eligibility for the following courses: ESL AMLA 41W AMLA 42W AMLA LERN ENGL ENGL ENGL 43W 81 67 68 1A English as a Second Language American Language, Basic Writing American Language, Intermediate Writing American Language, Advanced Writing Improving Writing Skills Writing Fundamentals Preparation for College Writing Freshman Composition

College Level Math Placement Test

This is a test of your intermediate algebra skills. The appropriate test score will provide eligibility for the following courses. Please see the course descriptions in this Schedule of Classes for prerequisites. MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH 100 110 120 130 150 160 Survey of College Mathematics Elementary Statistics Finite Mathematics College Algebra Trigonometry Pre-Calculus Mathematics (Trigonometry Supplemental Test may also be required.) 112 hours*

Reading Placement Test Degrees of Reading Power (DRP) or COMPASS/ESL Reading Test This is a test of your current reading abilities. The results will be used to provide eligibility for the following courses: Degrees of Reading Power (DRP) READ 70 Improving Reading Comprehension READ 80 Developing Reading Comprehension READ 90 Preparing for College Reading READ 100 Analysis and Critical Reading COMPASS/ESL (for Non-Native Speaker of English) AMLA 31R American Language Basic Reading AMLA 32R American Language Intermediate Reading AMLA 33R American Language Advanced Reading Mt. SAC Math Placement Test 1 hour*

Calculus Placement Test

This is a test of your algebra and trigonometry skills. The appropriate test score will provide eligibility for the following courses. Please see the course descriptions in this Schedule of Classes for prerequisites. MATH MATH 140 180 Calculus for Business Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1 hour*

Chemistry Placement Test

Appropriate test scores AND transcripts verifying successful completion of the required courses will provide eligibility for the following course. Please see the course descriptions in this Schedule of Classes for prerequisites. CHEM 50 General Chemistry I

This is a test of your arithmetic and pre-algebra skills. The appropriate test score will provide eligibility for the following courses. Please see the course descriptions in this Schedule of Classes for prerequisites. LERN LERN
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* Not actual test time. Time indicated may vary slightly depending on time necessary for administration and instructions.
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Exemptions from Placement Tests Exemptions from Placement Tests
Students are exempt (but not prohibited) from taking Students are exempt (but not prohibited) from taking Mt. SAC Placement Tests to determine their eligibility Mt. SAC Placement Tests to determine their eligibility for English and Mathematics courses if they: for English and Mathematics courses if they: A. A. B. B. C. C. D. D. E. E. Enroll in community services classes only. Enroll in community services classes only. Select and enroll in a general interest class, which Select and enroll in a general interest class, which does not have prerequisites. does not have prerequisites. Verify English or math eligibility based on course work Verify English or math eligibility based on course work at Mt. SAC or other regionally accredited institutions. at Mt. SAC or other regionally accredited institutions. Verify other test scores accepted by Mt. SAC. Verify other test scores accepted by Mt. SAC. Possess an Associate or higher degree from a Possess an Associate or higher degree from a regionally accredited institution. regionally accredited institution. Diagnostic Testing Project (MDTP) placement tests Diagnostic Testing Project (MDTP) placement tests listed below, if the test was taken after January 2009. listed below, if the test was taken after January 2009. An ofcial copy of the test scores must be brought or An ofcial copy of the test scores must be brought or mailed to the Assessment Center for evaluation and mailed to the Assessment Center for evaluation and course placement. The following are placement levels course placement. The following are placement levels for the tests we accept: for the tests we accept: MDTP Elementary Algebra Test MDTP Elementary Algebra Test MATH 71 MATH 61 MATH 71 MATH 61 MDTP Intermediate Algebra Test MDTP Intermediate Algebra Test MATH 100 MATH 110 MATH 100 MATH 110 MATH 120 MATH 130 MATH 120 MATH 130 MATH 150 MATH 160 MATH 150 MATH 160 MDTP Pre-Calculus Test MDTP Pre-Calculus Test MATH 140 MATH 180 MATH 140 MATH 180 Mt. SAC does not accept English Placement test scores Mt. SAC does not accept English Placement test scores from other colleges. from other colleges.

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Test Scores Test Scores

The Assessment Center will accept math test scores The Assessment Center will accept math test scores from other colleges that use the Mathematics from other colleges that use the Mathematics

Attendance, Drop & Withdrawal Policies Attendance, Attendance, Drop & Withdrawal Policies Withdrawal Policies
Attendance Attendance
Day and evening classes generally begin the week of Day and evening classes generally begin the week of Feb. 27, 2012 and end by the week of June 12, 2012. Feb. 27, 2012 and end by the week of June 12, 2012. Students need to check their Schedule for the day and Students need to check their Schedule for the day and time their classes meet and ALLOW PLENTY OF TIME time their classes meet and ALLOW PLENTY OF TIME TO PARK AND LOCATE THE CORRECT CLASSROOM. TO PARK AND LOCATE THE CORRECT CLASSROOM. Students who enroll in class must attend the rst class Students who enroll in class must attend the rst class meeting. Any student who has not arrived within the rst meeting. Any student who has not arrived within the rst 30 minutes of the rst class meeting may be dropped from 30 minutes of the rst class meeting may be dropped from the class roster and the place given to a waiting student the class roster and the place given to a waiting student who was unable to enroll at the time of registration. Failure who was unable to enroll at the time of registration. Failure to attend the rst class meeting does not ensure you will be to attend the rst class meeting does not ensure you will be dropped. It is the students responsibility to drop a class. dropped. It is the students responsibility to drop a class. Success in college depends upon regular class attendance. Success in college depends upon regular class attendance. Poor attendance can result in a low grade in a class. Poor attendance can result in a low grade in a class. Instructors may drop a student who has excessive Instructors may drop a student who has excessive absences. It is each students responsibility to know the absences. It is each students responsibility to know the attendance regulations of each of his/her instructors. attendance regulations of each of his/her instructors. 5th week and the last day of the 10th week of instruction 5th week and the last day of the 10th week of instruction during the regular semester, they will receive a mark of during the regular semester, they will receive a mark of W (withdrawal) on the permanent record. See the W (withdrawal) on the permanent record. See the Spring 2012 Calendar located on page 3 of this class Spring 2012 Calendar located on page 3 of this class schedule for applicable dates. schedule for applicable dates. Instructors may not drop students from classes, and Instructors may not drop students from classes, and students may not drop classes or withdraw from the students may not drop classes or withdraw from the College after the last day of the 10th week of instruction College after the last day of the 10th week of instruction in a regular semester. All students enrolled after the in a regular semester. All students enrolled after the 10th week shall receive an academic grade (IA, IB, IC, ID, 10th week shall receive an academic grade (IA, IB, IC, ID, IF, IP, INP) for the course. IF, IP, INP) for the course. In short-term courses, students who withdraw or are In short-term courses, students who withdraw or are dropped from class during the rst 20% of the course dropped from class during the rst 20% of the course will receive no notation on their permanent record. will receive no notation on their permanent record. Students may drop short-term courses through 61% Students may drop short-term courses through 61% of the course. For more detailed information regarding of the course. For more detailed information regarding add/drop dates, please refer to your student add/drop dates, please refer to your student schedule/bill via my.mtsac.edu. schedule/bill via my.mtsac.edu. A W (Withdrawal mark) shall not be assigned to anyone A W (Withdrawal mark) shall not be assigned to anyone enrolled after the last day to drop except when a petition, enrolled after the last day to drop except when a petition, due to extenuating circumstances, has been approved. due to extenuating circumstances, has been approved. Students who have received multiple previous marks of Students who have received multiple previous marks of W for a particular course shall be subject to limitations W for a particular course shall be subject to limitations on further repetitions and may be blocked from on further repetitions and may be blocked from registering for the course. Please refer to the 2011-2012 registering for the course. Please refer to the 2011-2012 catalog for updated details regarding this process. catalog for updated details regarding this process.

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Withdrawal Withdrawal
IT IS THE STUDENTS RESPONSIBILITY TO OFFICIALLY IT IS THE STUDENTS RESPONSIBILITY TO OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW FROM A CLASS WHENEVER THEY WITHDRAW FROM A CLASS WHENEVER THEY DETERMINE THAT THEY CAN NO LONGER ATTEND DETERMINE THAT THEY CAN NO LONGER ATTEND THE CLASS. FAILURE TO DROP A CLASS MAY THE CLASS. FAILURE TO DROP A CLASS MAY RESULT IN A FAILING GRADE AND OBLIGATION RESULT IN A FAILING GRADE AND OBLIGATION OF FEE PAYMENT. OF FEE PAYMENT. If students drop a class, withdraw from the College, or If students drop a class, withdraw from the College, or are dropped from a class by the instructor during the rst are dropped from a class by the instructor during the rst three weeks of a regular semester, they will receive no three weeks of a regular semester, they will receive no mark(s) or notation(s) on their permanent record. See mark(s) or notation(s) on their permanent record. See your Student Schedule/Bill for specic dates applicable your Student Schedule/Bill for specic dates applicable to your Spring classes. to your Spring classes. If students drop a regular 16-week class, withdraw from If students drop a regular 16-week class, withdraw from the College, or are dropped by the instructor between the the College, or are dropped by the instructor between the

Course Repetition Policy Change Course Repetition Policy Change


Beginning summer 2012, students will be allowed to Beginning summer 2012, students will be allowed to repeat a course in which they received a substandard repeat a course in which they received a substandard grade/mark (D, F, W, NC, NP) only two times grade/mark (D, F, W, NC, NP) only two times (for a total of three attempts). Students attempting to (for a total of three attempts). Students attempting to enroll in the same course a fourth time will be blocked enroll in the same course a fourth time will be blocked automatically from registering. automatically from registering.
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GRADES & STUDENT CLASSIFICATIONS GRADES & STUDENT CLASSIFICATIONS

Classification of Students
Students at Mt. SAC are classied as follows: Full time enrolled in 12 or more units during a Fall or Spring semester, or 4 or more units during a six-week session. Part time enrolled in less than 12 units during a Fall or Spring semester, or less than 4 units during a six-week session. Freshman a student who has completed less than 30 degree applicable units of credit. Sophomore a student who has completed 30 or more degree applicable units of credit.

Incomplete Grades
A faculty member may approve a petition for an Incomplete, I, for work missed commencing with the 14th week of a regular semester (or after 85% of a short-term class under the circumstances listed below: A. B. C. Veriable serious illness or emergency Veriable work conict Call to active military duty

Final Grades Online


Final grades for the previous semester will be available via my.mtsac.edu beginning the third week of the following term. When you visit my.mtsac.edu, you will be directed to the appropriate screen to view your transcript. If you need a copy of your grades, you can obtain a student copy of your Mt. SAC transcript online at my.mtsac.edu. You can request ofcial transcripts in the Admissions Ofce.

The requirements for removal of the I shall be stated by the instructor on the Petition to Request Incomplete Grade form. Approval of an incomplete and the assignment of a replacement grade are at the discretion of the instructor. If the I is not made up within one year of its issue, the predetermined replacement grade will be assigned. If a grade was not predetermined, the I will revert to an F. Students may not re-register in a class while an I is in effect for that class.

Prerequisites and Advisories


Faculty at Mt. SAC have established prerequisites, corequisites and advisories for courses. If students do not meet the prerequisite or corequisite requirements, they will be blocked from enrolling in those courses. Transcripts and grade report cards from other colleges must be evaluated prior to registration to satisfy pre- and corequisites. Prerequisite Prerequisites to a course are those courses which must have been taken previously as preparation for the course. To enroll in a class that has a prerequisite, students must complete the required preparation prior to enrolling in the course. In some instances, English and math prerequisites may be met by attaining eligibility through assessment. All course prerequisites listed must be completed with a grade of C or better, unless otherwise stated. Corequisite To enroll in a course that has a corequisite, the corequisite course must be taken at the same time. In some instances, a corequisite may have been taken previously. Advisory An advisory to a course is preparation which is highly recommended by faculty teaching the course. Although students may enroll in a course if they do not possess the advisory skills, they are encouraged to abide by an advisory whenever possible.

Pass/No Pass Grades


Some classes offered at Mt. SAC are available with two different grading options: letter grade (A, B, C, D, F) or a Pass/No Pass (Pass: A, B, or C; No Pass: The equivalent of D or F). A few classes are offered for Pass/No Pass only. These courses are designed to encourage students to explore areas outside their major eld of study in order to broaden and enrich their collegiate experience, and to afford an opportunity for departments to offer courses in which there is diminished emphasis on grades. The Pass/No Pass grading option is not available for General Education courses. In courses offering both grading options, students are automatically registered on a letter-grade basis at the time of registration. If a change is desired, students must declare their intent to be graded on a Pass/No Pass basis. This option is available for the rst 20 percent of the course. The student must go to the Admissions and Records Ofce to change their grading option. In any short-term course of less than six weeks, students must determine the grading option at the time of registration. Credit toward graduation by using Pass/No Pass classes is limited to a maximum of sixteen units. Courses taken for Pass/No Pass are not counted in calculating the grade point average, nor in determining eligibility for the Deans List or Presidents list. However, these courses are considered in probation and dismissal procedures.

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Challenging Prerequisites and Corequisites
If students believe that any of the following conditions exist with regard to an existing course prerequisite or corequisite, they may obtain a Petition to Challenge form from the Assessment Center in the Student Services Center. I The prerequisite or corequisite has not been established in accordance with the Colleges process for establishing prerequisites and corequisites; The prerequisite or corequisite is in violation of State Title 5 regulations; The prerequisite or corequisite is either unlawfully discriminatory or is being applied in an unlawfully discriminatory manner; The student has the knowledge or ability to succeed in the course or program despite not meeting the prerequisite or corequisite; The student will be subject to undue delay in attaining the goal of his or her educational plan because the prerequisite or corequisite course has not been made reasonably available; or Such other grounds for challenge as may be established by the District governing board.

Auditing
Students are not permitted to audit classes. All individuals attending, visiting, participating or sitting in the class must be ofcially registered in that particular class.

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Class Schedule Changes


This Schedule represents intended course offerings, teacher assignments, deadlines, and fees as of press date. The College reserves the right to cancel, reschedule, equalize, or combine classes, to change instructors, and modify fees and deadlines where such action is deemed necessary.

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Cancelled Classes
Classes that do not attain minimum initial enrollment may be cancelled. Students enrolled in classes that are subsequently cancelled will receive a refund through the colleges partnership with Higher One. Students will also be entitled to refunds for text(s) purchased if such text(s) have not been marked.

Repeated Courses
Only certain courses may be repeated for credit. Refer to the latest Mt. SAC Catalog regarding the repeatability allowance for specic courses. If a course is repeatable, the course may only be repeated for the number of times indicated. Students who have received multiple previous grades of D, F and No Pass for a particular course shall be subject to limitations on further repetitions and may be blocked from registering for the course. Please refer to the 2011-2012 catalog for updated details regarding this process. Courses for which satisfactory grades of A, B, C, or Pass are received may not be repeated. Only upon extenuating circumstances will repetition in courses for which the student has satisfactorily passed be allowed. Students with extenuating circumstances may le a Petition for Exceptional Action form in the Admissions Ofce. Students who repeat courses based on this provision will not earn additional units or grade points toward improving or changing the previous grade earned in the class or toward changing the overall grade point average.

Students must provide appropriate documentation when ling a challenge with the Director of Assessment & Matriculation. Documentation may include, but is not limited to, high school or college transcripts, additional test results, work experience, or an on-campus writing sample. Prior enrollment in the course does not exempt students from the current prerequisite of that course.

Important Note to Students


To comply with State law, students enrolled in courses with prerequisite requirements will be automatically dropped from any course where those prerequisites have not been completed. This may occur if they were enrolled in the prerequisite course at the time they registered for the current term and failed to complete that course successfully. Students who are uncertain about their status regarding completion of prerequisite requirements may go to Counseling Center for assistance. If a student is currently enrolled in the prerequisite course and is not sure of the grade, he or she may: 1) Check with the instructor, or 2) Go to the appropriate Division Ofce the rst day of the new semester. Students will receive a letter or email notication if they are dropped from any course for this reason.

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Student Load Limits


Without petitioning, students may enroll in up to 18 units each semester and up to 7 units each summer and winter intersession. Students who have completed a minimum of 15 college units in a given semester with a grade point average of at least 3.0 and have a minimum cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 may petition for permission to enroll in units above the maximum. Students may be required to see a counselor as part of the petition process. Petitions are available in the Counseling Center, located on the upper level of the Student Services Center.

Remedial Limitations
Students are limited to completing no more than 30-units of courses identied as Pre-collegiate Basic Skills while enrolled at Mt. SAC. Courses that fall into this category are clearly identied in the class Schedule, with Pre-collegiate by the title of the course. Courses in this category include pre-collegiate basic skills courses in Math, English, Reading, and Learning Skills. Students enrolled in the American Language program and students with learning disabilities are exempted from this policy. Waivers to exceed the 30-unit limit are available to students who show signicant progress and will be limited to a specied period of time and/or number of units. Students requesting this waiver must submit a petition of extenuating circumstances to the Board of Appeals. Petitions are available in the Counseling Center and in Admissions & Records. Students who reach 30 units of pre-collegiate basic skills courses and who are not ready to pursue degree appropriate courses are subject to remedial dismissal.

Petitions for Exceptional Action


Petitions for Exceptional Action forms are available

from the Counseling Center and Admissions and Records Ofce in the Student Services Center for use by students. Subsequent action on a petition will be taken either by the appropriate administrator or the Board of Appeals.

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Admissions & Records Ext. 4415 Student Services Center
The Admissions and Records ofce provides comprehensive admissions/registration services for all credit students, processes student requests for transcripts, enrollment verications, general education (transfer) certications, and graduation evaluations. Special services are provided for international (F-1 Visa) students. Assistance is available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Chinese.

CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) Ext. 4755 Student Services Center
The CalWORKs program provides services to Mt. SAC students who are recipients of TANF/CalWORKs cash-aid for themselves and their children. The CalWORKs program serves as the liaison between the student and their county ofce. Support services include: educational planning, case management, job development/placement assistance, referrals to the basic skills tutoring/computer skills lab and the GED/High School diploma programs. In addition, based upon available funding, childcare and work-study may be available. The CalWORKs program also provides support in complying with the 32/35 hours per week welfare-to work requirement.

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Assessment Center Ext. 4265 Student Services Center


Students may complete required English, reading, and math placement testing in the Assessment Center. Assistance in reviewing basic skills course placement is also provided.

Bridge Program Ext. 5392

Career and Transfer Services Student Services Center


Career and Transfer Services helps students get from here, Mt. SAC to anywhere. We provide a variety of services, activities, events and resources to help students transfer to universities, solidify their career goals, sharpen their job acquisition skills, and acquire part- and full-time employment.

Bldg. 9D

The Bridge Program offers several learning communities designed to increase students academic and personal success through the structuring of the learning environment. Students participating in a learning community are enrolled in linked or clustered classes that are taught in a cooperative environment between instructors. There are various different learning communities offered: Summer Bridge, Math Bridge, English Bridge and many more. Each learning community focuses on a specic academic need and has an assigned counselor to assist students. The Bridge Program is perfect for students who are underprepared academically, are economically disadvantaged, and need additional support in their rst year at Mt. SAC.

CAREER SERVICES

Bursars / Photo ID Office Ext. 4960

Ext. 4510 Activities, resources and events include: Job and internship referrals Career fairs Career acquisition skills workshops Mock interview sessions 1-on-1 assistance with resume preparation, interviewing techniques, and general job search Career guidebooks Computers for career research Visit: http://placement.mtsac.edu

Bldg. 9A

The Bursars Ofce, in Building 9A, manages the collection of registration fees and other campus fees, including parking permits/replacements, parking citation fees, transcripts, enrollment verication, and production cards. The ofce also processes photo ID cards and refunds for credit classes.

TRANSFER SERVICES

This Schedule of Classes is available in alternate formats (braille, enlarged text, e-text, etc.) upon request. Please contact Disabled Student Programs & Services at (909) 274-4290.

Ext. 6388 Activities, resources and events include: College guidebooks and university catalogs library Workshops on career and transfer topics University representative visits and appointments College fairs University tours Walk-in transfer advising Computers for transfer research, applications and more! Visit: http://www.mtsac.edu/students/transfer

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STUDENT STUDENT SERVICES

Counseling Center Ext. 4380 Student Services Center


Students can take advantage of educational planning, career exploration and decision-making, and other services offered through Counseling on the second oor of the Student Services Center. Counselors are available to assist students who: are undecided about their major or career direction; need information about their career and transfer options; are having difculty in their courses; need assistance with personal problems. It is highly recommended that students see a counselor during their first semester at Mt. SAC to develop a student educational plan. Counselors and educational advisors can also provide: information on course selection and planning for degree or certicate completion; information about major and transfer requirements to CSU, UC and private universities; general information about the college. An appointment can be scheduled by calling 909-274-4380.

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) and Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) Ext. 4500 Student Services Center
EOPS provides support services to students with academic and nancial disadvantages. Services include counseling, educational planning, peer advising, tutoring, book services, and priority registration. Mt. SACs CARE program is designed to recruit and assist single parents who are heads of household with children 13 years old and under and who are CALWORKs recipients attending community college. To meet eligibility requirements for CARE, either the student or dependent child must receive cash aid. CARE students receive additional support through counseling, tutoring, assistance with books and supplies, and grants. Contact the EOPS/ CARE ofce for more information.

Financial Aid Ext. 4450

Student Services Center

Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSP&S) Ext. 4290 Student Services Center
The DSP&S ofce provides services to students who have professionally documented disabilities and need special services to successfully attend classes at Mt. SAC. Students who suspect they might have a disability are welcome to apply for services and an eligibility determination will be made. Disability-related information about students is held in the strictest condence. Based on individual, disabilityrelated needs some of the services include specialized counseling, priority registration assistance, assessment of disability and educational needs, access to an adaptive computer lab, equipment loans, sign language interpreters, note takers in the classroom, classroom and testing accommodations, transportation around campus, and many other services and accommodations. Contact DSP&S for additional information.

The Financial Aid Ofce provides assistance in applying for state and federal nancial assistance, including grants, loans, scholarships, fee waivers and work study. Students must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form. The Colleges priority ling date is April 15 of each year for the following academic year. Information and applications for scholarships are also available throughout the year in the Financial Aid Ofce.

High School Outreach Ext. 5906 Student Services Center


This ofce coordinates the Colleges outreach efforts to area high schools. Staff provide regular visitations and specialized presentations to high school students, parents, and high school staff. Matriculation information and assistance are provided to high school students enrolling as new freshmen.

Student Health Services Ext. 4400

Bldg. 67B

Medical, chiropractic, personal counseling, nursing, and health education services are provided. Additional services include laboratory tests, tuberculosis screening, limited prescription medications, immunizations, pregnancy testing, and referrals. All credit students who are currently enrolled and attending classes are eligible. Parttime faculty are eligible for select services. Some fees may apply. Professional health services are provided primarily on an appointment basis. Same-day appointments are also available; call between 8:00 and 8:30 a.m. First aid services are provided for all students, employees and guests of the College.

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Student Life/Student Activities Student Life/Student Activities Student Life Center Student Life Center Ext. 4525 Bldg. 9C Ext. 4525 Bldg. 9C
The Student Life Ofce is responsible for student The Student Life Ofce is responsible for student involvement and leadership programs and serves involvement and leadership programs and serves as the hub of student activities at Mt. SAC. The Associated as the hub of student activities at Mt. SAC. The Associated Students (AS) Government serves as the representative Students (AS) Government serves as the representative voice for students, while providing students with an voice for students, while providing students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills. The Student opportunity to develop leadership skills. The Student Activities Fee funds many AS activities, sponsored events, Activities Fee funds many AS activities, sponsored events, and initiatives which support student programs, projects and initiatives which support student programs, projects and services throughout the year. Inter-Club Council and services throughout the year. Inter-Club Council represents over 45 student clubs and is comprised of one represents over 45 student clubs and is comprised of one representative from each student club. The Student Life representative from each student club. The Student Life Center provides students a relaxing area to access free Center provides students a relaxing area to access free wireless internet with their laptops, watch TV, play wireless internet with their laptops, watch TV, play foosball, ping pong or a variety of board games. Students foosball, ping pong or a variety of board games. Students who are involved in co-curricular activities are encouraged who are involved in co-curricular activities are encouraged to complete the Activities Transcript (available online) to complete the Activities Transcript (available online) which complements their academic transcript and veries which complements their academic transcript and veries their leadership and service experiences. The Bookstore their leadership and service experiences. The Bookstore (Bldg. 9A) sells AS discount amusement park and movie (Bldg. 9A) sells AS discount amusement park and movie tickets. Student Life also oversees an off-campus Housing tickets. Student Life also oversees an off-campus Housing Referral Program and Lost and Found (all unclaimed items Referral Program and Lost and Found (all unclaimed items for the previous year are auctioned off each September). for the previous year are auctioned off each September). Students rights and due process procedures related to Students rights and due process procedures related to student discipline and academic grievances are facilitated student discipline and academic grievances are facilitated through this ofce. through this ofce.

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Veterans Services Veterans Services Ext. 4520 Student Services Center Ext. 4520 Student Services Center
The Veterans Services Center is available to assist veterans The Veterans Services Center is available to assist veterans and eligible dependents on all educational matters relating and eligible dependents on all educational matters relating to veterans educational benets. Opportunities for veterans to veterans educational benets. Opportunities for veterans and dependents include: and dependents include: A. A. B. B. C. C. D. D.

Assistance in preparing and processing requests for Assistance in preparing and processing requests for Veterans Administration educational benets; Veterans Administration educational benets; Referral assistance for vocational and personal Referral assistance for vocational and personal counseling; counseling;

After completing the VONAPP (allow one month for After completing the VONAPP (allow one month for processing) you will receive a Certicate of Eligibility processing) you will receive a Certicate of Eligibility letter, which you must submit to Mt. SACs Veterans letter, which you must submit to Mt. SACs Veterans Services Center immediately. Services Center immediately.

Tutorial program referral; Tutorial program referral; Referral assistance in applying for nancial aid and Referral assistance in applying for nancial aid and scholarships. To le for education benets with the scholarships. To le for education benets with the VA, veterans, service members, reservists and VA, veterans, service members, reservists and spouses/dependents of a service connected spouses/dependents of a service connected disabled or deceased veteran may use the Veterans disabled or deceased veteran may use the Veterans Online Application Website (VONAPP): Online Application Website (VONAPP): http://vabenets.vba.va.gov/vonapp/main.asp http://vabenets.vba.va.gov/vonapp/main.asp

Campus Services Campus Campus Services


Bookstore (SacBookRac) Bookstore (SacBookRac) Building 9A Building 9A Ext. 4475 Ext. 4475
Regular bookstore hours: Regular bookstore hours: Monday - Thursday Monday - Thursday Friday Friday 7:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 7:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 7:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 7:45 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call the bookstore for Spring Semester extended hours Call the bookstore for Spring Semester extended hours *Hours subject to change *Hours subject to change We encourage students to buy their books early, especially We encourage students to buy their books early, especially if they want to save money by purchasing used books. if they want to save money by purchasing used books. Books are sold on a rst-come, rst-served basis. Books are sold on a rst-come, rst-served basis. Students may order textbooks online at Students may order textbooks online at www.sacbookrac.com. Orders can be picked up at the www.sacbookrac.com. Orders can be picked up at the store or shipped to the students home. store or shipped to the students home. Spring 2012 Buyback Hours: Spring 2012 Buyback Hours: (Hours below are subject to change) (Hours below are subject to change) Bookstore: June 11 - 14 8:30 a.m. Bookstore: June 11 - 14 8:30 a.m. Bookstore: June 15 8:30 a.m. Bookstore: June 15 8:30 a.m. Express Stop: June 11 - 14 10:00 a.m. Express Stop: June 11 - 14 10:00 a.m. Prime Stop: June 11 - 15 9:00 a.m. Prime Stop: June 11 - 15 9:00 a.m. Refund Policy Refund Policy Refunds are allowed until the end of the rst week of Refunds are allowed until the end of the rst week of classes at the start of each semester. The refund policy classes at the start of each semester. The refund policy details are posted in the bookstore and are printed on a details are posted in the bookstore and are printed on a bookmark which is attached to the purchase receipt. bookmark which is attached to the purchase receipt.

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Food, Beverages & Supplies Food, Beverages & Supplies


Mountie Stop (Convenience Store ) Mountie Stop (Convenience Store )
Hours: Hours: Monday - Thursday Monday - Thursday Friday Friday Building 9A, Ext. 4497 Building 9A, Ext. 4497 Beverages, snack foods, candy, test supplies, mini drug store. Beverages, snack foods, candy, test supplies, mini drug store. 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Express Stop (Convenience Store ) Express Stop (Convenience Store )

6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

Building 16A, Ext. 4142 Building 16A, Ext. 4142 Super selection of beverages, snack foods, Starbucks Super selection of beverages, snack foods, Starbucks coffee, fresh salads and sandwiches, baked goods, coffee, fresh salads and sandwiches, baked goods, pizza, test supplies and daily newspapers. pizza, test supplies and daily newspapers. Hours: Hours: Monday - Thursday Monday - Thursday Friday Friday 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Hours are subject to change. Books and supplies for Hours are subject to change. Books and supplies for students ordinarily average between $200 to $400 per students ordinarily average between $200 to $400 per semester, depending upon the program of study semester, depending upon the program of study selected. Sac Book Race now offers Textbook Rentals. selected. Sac Book Race now offers Textbook Rentals. Visit the store for title selections. Visit the store for title selections.

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CAMPUS SERVICES CAMPUS SERVICES

Mountie Grill (Fast Food )

Building 19C, Ext. 4624 Located west of Building # 28. Features made to order burgers and fries, including veggie burgers, and outdoor patio seating. Hours: Monday - Thursday Friday 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Carls Jr.

Building 8, Ext. 2909 Located in the Campus Caf. Hours: Monday - Thursday Friday

7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Prime Stop (Convenience Store ) Building 61, ext. 4262 Super selection of beverages and snack foods. Espresso and lattes, fresh salads and sandwiches. ATM is also available.
Hours: Monday - Thursday Friday 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Child Development Center North Main Ofce, (Building 9E)


Ext. 4920
Hours: (Ofce open M-F, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) Monday - Thursday 6:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Friday 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Language Learning Center Building 6-264


Ext. 4580
Provides media and technology to practice foreign languages and English.

Short Stop (Convenience Store )

Building 67A Located in the Health Occupations Building. Features Starbucks coffee and a variety of cold beverages, snacks, candy, sandwiches, salads, and test supplies. ATM is also available. Hours: Monday - Thursday Friday 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Learning Assistance Center The Learning Technology Center (Building 6)


Ext. 4300
Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Vending Machines

Buildings 2, 3, 4, 9C, 26, 28, 30, 31, 40, 45 and 60 Located in various areas on campus, provide snacks and drinks. Hours: Monday - Friday Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Offers tutoring, a computer lab, courses in basic math, reading, writing and study techniques, and testing services. Current Mt. SAC photo I.D. required.* *Testing ends two hours before the LAC closes.

Learning Lab The Learning Technology Center (Building 6)


Ext. 5666
Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

If students have a problem getting food or money returned, they may go to the Auxiliary Services Ofce located in Building 9A to complete a form to receive a refund. Students receive refunds for vending machine at the Mountie Grill, Express Stop, Mountie Stop and Auxiliary Ofce.

Campus Cafe

Building 8, Ext. 4105 Located on the west side of campus next to the bookstore. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a sit-down-to-eat atmosphere. Hours: Monday - Thursday Friday 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Offers free use of PC and MAC computers which are internet accessible and are connected to the Mt. SAC Library databases. A current student photo I.D. card must be presented for service.

Library The Learning Technology Center (Building 6)


Ext. 4260
Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Common Grounds (Coffee House) Ext. 4180 Located in the Campus Caf. Features Starbucks espresso beverages and offers wireless internet access. Hours: Monday - Thursday 6:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Friday 6:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
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Media Services
The Learning Technology Center (Building 6), Ext. 4270 Media materials only. Media Services Hours: The Learning Technology Center (Building 6), Ext. 4270 Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Media materials only. Parking Hours: Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. 5:00 Cashiers Window (Building 40,Room- 102)p.m. 909-274-5389

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Math: Transfer Math Activities Resource Center


Hours: Math: Transfer Math Activities Resource Center Monday - Thursday 9:00 (T-MARC), Building 61 Room 1318 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 909-274-5389 Hours: Writing:- The Writing Center Monday Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Building 26B-110, 909-274-5325 Friday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. www.mtsac.edu/instruction/humanities/writingcenter Writing: The Writing Center Hours: Building - Thursday Monday 26B-110, 909-274-5325 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. www.mtsac.edu/instruction/humanities/writingcenter Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Hours: Multiple- Subjects: Tutorial Services a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Monday Thursday 9:00 The Learning Technology Center 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (Building 6), Friday

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Ext. 4299

Parking Closed holidays and evening hours during recesses Cashiers Window (Building 40,Room 102)

Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Ext. 4299 Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Closed holidays and evening hours during recesses Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Tutoring Friday free tutoring in math and English/writing -and many 7:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Offers other subjects.

Tutoring Activities Resource Center (MARC) Math: Math

Offers free tutoring in 1318 and English/writing and many Building 61 Room math other subjects. 909-274-5014 math.mtsac.edu/labs.html Math: Math Activities Resource Center (MARC) Hours: Building 61 Room 1318 Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 909-274-5014 Friday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. math.mtsac.edu/labs.html Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Ext. 6605 Multiple Subjects: Tutorial Services Hours: Monday - Thursday The Learning Technology Center 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. (Building 6), Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Ext. 6605
Saturday Hours: Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Childcare Services Services


Admission Policy
CHILDCARE SERVICES CHILDCARE SERVICES CHILDCARE SERVICES New Children Childcare ServicesFebruary 7 Registration - 9, 2012 Early care and education services are provided between
the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., Monday through Admission Policy Thursday, and 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Friday for student/parents, staff, and community parents Early care and education services are provided between (community children and 7:00 p.m., Monday through the hours of 6:30 a.m.on a space-available basis only). The Child and 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 welcomes all for Thursday, Development Centerp.m. on Fridaychildren from 3 months through age 5 regardless of sex, student/parents, staff, and community parents ethnicity, or physical disability. A a space-available basis only). (community children onchild must be in good health and parents must meet eligibility requirements. Student/ The Child Development Center welcomes all children parents must be enrolled in 5 regardless of of credit from 3 months through age 6 or more units sex, ethnicity, courseworkdisability.to be accepted into good health and or physical in order A child must be in the program. parents must meet eligibility requirements. Student/ Childrens Program 6 or more units of credit parents must be enrolled in coursework in order to be accepted into the program. State Preschool programs, CCAMPIS, as well as General Childcare funding, are available to a limited number of Childrens Program eligible children. Children not eligible for State funding may Preschool programs, program.The fee as General Stateenroll in the fee-basedCCAMPIS, as well schedule is available by contactingavailable to a limited number ofat Childcare funding, are the Child Development Center (909) 274-4920. eligible children. Children not eligible for State funding may enroll in the fee-based program.The fee schedule is MinimumcontactingRequirement Hours the Child Development Center at available by (909) 274-4920.attend at least 2 days per week with a Children must minimum of 3 hours each day.

New (10:00 a.m. to Children Registration Younger Toddlers (13 - 22 months) 1:00 p.m.) February 7 - 9, 2012
(10:00 a.m. to (10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) 1:00 p.m.) (10:00 a.m. to (10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) 1:00 p.m.) (10:00 a.m. to Enrollment 1:00 p.m.)

Feb. 7, 2012 Feb. 7, 2012 Feb. 8, 2012 Feb. 8, 2012 Feb. 9, 2012 Feb. 9, 2012

Infants (3 - 12 months) and

Infants (3 - 12 months) and Older Toddlers (22 - - 22 months) Younger Toddlers (13 34 months) Older Toddlers year olds 3 and 4 (22 - 34 months)

3 and 4 year olds

Minimum Hours Requirement

Application packets for children are available beginning 1/X/12. Enrollment must be done in person at the Child Enrollment Development Center, Building 9E, located behind the campus bookstore. for children hours for new children Application packets Registration are available beginning are listed in the chart above. Registration hours 1/X/12. Enrollment must be done in person at the Child for returning Center, are: Jan. 19-26, 2012, Developmentchildren Building 9E, located behind the 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Registration hours for new children campus bookstore. are listed in the chart above. Registration hours for returning children are: Jan. 19-26, 2012, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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Non-Discrimination Policy
Mt. San Antonio College is committed to equal opportunity in educational programs, employment, and all access to institutional programs and activities. The College provides an educational and employment environment in which no person shall be unlawfully denied full and equal access to, the benets of, or be unlawfully subjected to discrimination on the basis of ethnic group identication, national origin, religion, age, sex or gender, sexual orientation, race, color, ancestry, medical condition, martial status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability (including HIV and AIDS), or on the basis of these perceived characteristics or based on association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, in any program or activity that is administered by the college. The lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission. Students who believe they have been discriminated against may begin the process with the Dean, Student Services, located in Building 9C. Students may access the Unlawful Discrimination Complaint Form at www.cccco.edu/SystemOfce/Divisions/Legal/Dis crimination/tabid/294/Default.aspx or the Student Grievance and Complaint forms at www.mtsac.edu/students/studentlife or go directly to the ofce of Human Resources. All complaints of unlawful discrimination or sexual harassment by College employees have similar rights which can be found in the Colleges Board Policy and Administrative Procedures. Annette Loria, Vice President Human Resources/Equal Employment Opportunity Ofcer ADA/504 Compliance Ofcer Human Resources Ofce Ext. 4225

Parking
Students must observe all trafc laws of the State of California and the College rules and regulations adopted pursuant to Section 21113A of the California Vehicle Code. Published District rules, regulations, and the California Vehicle Code are enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Violators will be cited per California Vehicle Code Section 21113 A. All vehicles parked in designated Student Lots must display a valid Spring 2012 parking permit 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The cost of this permit is $40. Hanging permit displays can be purchased at the Bursars Ofce in Building 9A or online at the Student Portal under Self-Service Links, #31, Purchase Parking Permit. Window and bumper decal permits can also be purchased at the Bursars Ofce. The Student Parking Permit is valid in designated Student Lots except in Staff Lots or in the spaces controlled by parking meters or reserved signage. Vehicles without parking permits must park in pay parking meter spaces ($.25/15 minutes) or purchase a Day-Use Parking Permit, which is valid in Student Lots or Pay Lots only. Free 30-minutes parking is available north of the Bookstore (Building 9A) and south of the Performing Arts Center. *Warning: Vehicles issued ve (5) or more unpaid parking citations are subject to immobilization at owner expense as per C.V.C Section 22651.7. Parking citation nes are now paid at the Bursars Ofce in the Student Center (Bldg. 9A), Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Day-use parking permit dispensers are available in Pay Lots A and B, at the Information Kiosk, and at various areas in Student Parking Lots. Day-Use Parking Permits may be purchased from these dispensers for a $3 fee and are valid for the date of purchase only. The Day-Use Parking Permits will allow persons to park their vehicles in any Student Parking Lot and Pay Lots A and B. Student parking permits are not valid in Pay Lots A and B. No parking permit is needed the rst two weeks of Fall and Spring semesters or the rst week of the Winter and Summer intersessions to park in any student parking lot. No student parking is allowed in staff lots. Fees are required to park at paylots and metered parking stalls. Any student parking in the commercial lot on the west side of Grand Avenue, not conducting business in that area, may be subject to citation in addition to having their vehicle impounded and towed at their expense. Students not using the crosswalks on Grand or Temple Avenues will be subject to citation by the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department. This is a dangerous crossing. Student safety is our concern. There is a fee for replacing lost or stolen Student Parking Permits, regardless of the circumstances. A $25 fee will be charged for replacing a Fall or Spring semester parking permit and a $12 fee for a Winter or Summer parking permit.

Photo ID
Students are required to obtain and carry a Mt. SAC picture ID card for use on campus. Students must present the ID card at the request of any school ofcial. The ID card has a bar code which is used in recording attendance in some classes, checking out library books, giving access to a variety of services, and granting free entrance to Mt. SAC home football games. To obtain a Mt. SAC picture ID card, students must have current semester courses paid and must present another form of ID (Drivers License or a California ID card or Passport). The card is valuable; students need to retain the card throughout their enrollment at Mt SAC. Non Credit students can request a College ID card. The fee for this services in $10. The same requirements and policies above apply to these students. The Photo ID area is located within the Bursars Ofce at Window 7, Building 9A.

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It is the policy (AP6750) of Mt. SAC to void parking citations for students who have purchased a parking permit and who have been issued a parking citation for No Valid Permit Displayed or Improper Display of Permit in a student parking lot, if dismissal is requested within 35 calendar days of citation issuance. Only one parking citation per semester will be voided for these reasons. 4. 5. 6. Committing or attempting to commit robbery or extortion. Causing or attempting to cause damage to College property or to private property on campus. Stealing or attempting to steal College property or private property on campus, or knowingly receiving stolen College property or private property on campus. Willful or persistent smoking in any area where smoking has been prohibited by law or by regulation of the College. Committing sexual harassment as dened by law or by College policies and procedures. Engaging in harassing or discriminatory behavior based on national origin, religion, age, sex (gender), race, color, medical condition, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, or because a person is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing characteristics.

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Individuals with short-term special parking needs can contact the Student Health Center, ext. 4400 for consideration of a temporary, limited medical parking permit.

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Standards of Conduct
Board Policy, Section 5500, Adopted 6/23/04, Copies of the Standard of Conduct Policy can be obtained in Building 9C. The College President/CEO shall establish procedures for the imposition of discipline on students in accordance with the requirements for due process of the federal and State law and regulations. The procedures shall clearly dene the conduct that is subject to discipline and shall identify potential disciplinary actions, including but not limited to the removal, suspension, or expulsion of a student. The Board shall consider any recommendation from the College President/CEO for expulsion. The Board shall consider an expulsion recommendation in closed session unless the student requests that the matter be considered in a public meeting. Final action by the Board on the expulsion shall be taken at a public meeting. The procedures shall be made widely available to students through the College catalog and other means. The following conduct shall constitute good cause for discipline, including but not limited to the removal, suspension or expulsion of a student: 1. 2. Causing, attempting to cause, or threatening to cause physical injury to another person. Possession, sale or otherwise furnishing any rearm, knife, explosive or other dangerous object, including, but not limited to, any facsimile rearm, knife or explosive, unless, in the case of possession of any object of this type, the student has obtained written permission to possess the item from a College employee, which is concurred with by the College President/CEO. Unlawful possession, use, sale, offer to sell, or furnishing, or being under the inuence of, any controlled substance listed in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 11053) of Division 10 of the California Health and Safety Code, an alcoholic beverage, or an intoxicant of any kind; or unlawful possession of, or offering, arranging or negotiating the sale of any drug paraphernalia, as dened in California Health and Safety Code Section 11014.5.

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10. Willful misconduct that results in injury or death to a student or to College personnel or which results in cutting, defacing, or other injury to any real or personal property owned by the College or on campus. 11. Disruptive behavior, willful disobedience, habitual profanity or vulgarity, or the open and persistent deance of the authority of, or persistent abuse of, College personnel. 12. Cheating, plagiarism (including plagiarism in a student publication), or engaging in other academic dishonesty. 13. Dishonesty, forgery, alteration or misuse of College documents, records or identication; or knowingly furnishing false information to the College. 14. Unauthorized entry upon or use of College facilities. 15. Lewd, indecent or obscene conduct on Collegeowned or controlled property, or at Collegesponsored or supervised functions. 16. Engaging in expression which is obscene, libelous or slanderous, or which so incites students as to create a clear and present danger of the commission of unlawful acts on College premises; or the violation of lawful College administrative procedures; or the substantial disruption of the orderly operation of the College. 17. Persistent, serious misconduct where other means of correction have failed to bring about proper conduct.

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Students are responsible for dropping classes they do not plan to attend. Failure to drop will result in an obligation and an F letter grade on a students transcript.
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18. Unauthorized preparation, giving, selling, transfer, distribution, or publication, for any commercial purpose, of any contemporaneous recording of an academic presentation in a classroom or equivalent site of instruction, including but not limited to handwritten or typewritten class notes, except as permitted by any College policy or Administrative Procedure. 19. Harassment of students and/or College employees that creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment. 20. Violation of College rules and regulations including those concerning afliate clubs and organizations, the use of College facilities, the posting and distribution of written materials, and College safety procedures. the Student Life Director regarding the grievance prior to starting the process since timelines are established for every step of the process and must be met precisely. The process for ling and pursuing a grievance includes two levels: in Level I (informal level) the student picks up the grievance forms and ofcial procedures from Student Life and attempts to resolve the problem by meeting rst with the faculty member (or staff member/administrator for non-academic grievances) and then with the faculty members department chair or immediate supervisor. If the complaint is not resolved at that level, the student will meet with the division dean of the division of the faculty defendant in an effort to resolve the problem. In the event that the problem cannot be resolved within 10 school days, the student may proceed to Level II (formal grievance) in which the student after completing the forms takes all signed forms and documents to the Student Life Ofce within the established deadlines. A Grievance Review Committee chaired by the Student Services Dean will review the grievance documents. This Committee may forward the grievance for a hearing that provides for a formal hearing process to seek clarication from the parties involved. If the student or faculty/staff member chooses to appeal the decision of the Committee, the appeal is submitted to the College President. The nal appeal process resides with the Board of Trustees; their decision concludes the grievance process.

Discipline Procedures
When a student misconduct report is led with the Student Life Ofce regarding a possible violation of the Standards of Conduct policy, the student will receive written notication from the Director, Student Life. Within ten days of receiving written notication, the student is required to schedule a meeting with the Director, Student Life. During the meeting, the Director shall determine if the student's behavior constitutes a violation of the Standards of Conduct policy. If a violation has occurred, the student may be required to, including but not limited to: attend a character development workshop, complete community service hours, sign a discipline contract, and/or the student may be recommended for suspension or expulsion depending on the nature of the incident. For questions, please contact the Student Life Ofce at ext. 4525.

Academic Honesty
All members of the academic community have a responsibility to ensure that scholastic honesty is maintained. Faculty has the responsibility of planning and supervising all academic work in order to encourage honest and individual effort, and of taking appropriate action if instances of academic dishonesty are discovered. Honesty is primarily the responsibility of each student. The College considers cheating to be a voluntary act for which there may be reason, but for which there is no acceptable excuse. It is important to understand that collaborative learning is considered cheating unless specically allowed for by the professor.

Student Complaints/Grievance Process


Students are protected against capricious, arbitrary, unreasonable, unlawful, false, malicious or professionally inappropriate evaluations or behavior by a faculty member. Student complaints may be classied as grievances and fall into two categories: Academic, and Non-Academic and Discrimination Complaints. Academic grievances involve grades. To grieve a grade, a student must prove that the professor issued a grade by mistake, fraud, bad faith, or incompetence (Education Code 76224). Non-Academic grievances include: illegal discrimination, sexual harassment, nancial aid, violation of College policies, any violation of Title IX or Section 504 related to students with disabilities. Grievances must be led no later than 30 school days (Monday - Friday, when classes are in session) after the beginning of the primary term following the alleged violation, or 30 school days from the time that the student learns of the basis for the grievance. To begin the formal grievance process, students may pick up Grievance Procedures and forms from the Student Life Ofce, Building 9C. It is recommended that students meet with
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Alcohol and Other Drug Policy


The Federal government has mandated that as of October 1, 1990, there will be no drug usage by students, staff or faculty on college campuses anywhere in the United States. At its August 22, 1990 meeting, the Board of Trustees of Mt. San Antonio Community College adopted the following policy statement to comply with the law. The policy, which is to be shared in writing with students, staff, and faculty is as follows: On November 18, 1988, Congress passed the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988. (P.L. 100-690, Title V, Subtitle D; 41 U.S.C. 701 et seq.). This statute requires contractors
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of Federal agencies to certify that they will provide a drug-free workplace. Making this required certication is a precondition for receiving a contract or grant from a Federal agency. Pursuant to the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988, it is unlawful to manufacture, distribute, dispense, possess, or use controlled substances at all District worksites and/or while in the performance of District business or attending a District event or program. The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (P.L. 101-226) amends the previous law of 1988 to include that its also unlawful to manufacture, distribute, possess, use, or sell illicit drugs and alcohol in the workplace or at any District activities or events or while performing District business. Compliance for Employees The District intends to make every effort to provide and maintain a drug-free workplace. Pursuant to the DrugFree Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, it is unlawful to manufacture, distribute, dispense, possess, use or sell illicit drugs and alcohol in all buildings, property, facilities, service areas, and satellite centers of the District. Any employee violating this policy will be subject to disciplinary action which may include termination. Any employee convicted under a criminal drug and/or alcohol statute for conduct in the workplace or while on District business must report this conviction within ve days to the Superintendent/ President. Compliance for Students The District intends to make every effort to provide and maintain a drug-free campus. Pursuant to the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, it is unlawful to manufacture, distribute, dispense, possess, use, or sell illicit drugs and alcohol in all buildings, property, facilities, service areas, and satellite centers of the District. All students are required to comply with this policy as a condition of their continued enrollment. Any student violating this policy will be subject to disciplinary action, including suspension and expulsion. Legal Sanctions Under Federal, State and Local Laws are available in the following locations: 1. 2. 3. Student Life Ofce Personnel/Human Resources Ofce Library/Learning Resources Center Health Risks The use of Illegal drugs, tobacco, and the abuse of alcohol may have serious health consequences including damage to the heart, lungs, and other organs. Alcohol related accidents are the number one cause of death for people aged 15-24. The most signicant health risk, besides death, is addiction. Chemical dependency is a condition that can become fatal without appropriate treatment. The following substances are known to cause addiction and have adverse effects on your health: Alcohol Acts as a depressant with effects ranging from mild impairment of coordination and judgment to loss of memory, respiratory depression and death. Nicotine/tobacco Effects range from relaxation and increased metabolism to severe lung disease, cancer, heart disease and substantial effects on unborn children. Marijuana/Hashish and hashish products Reduce short-term memory, ability to concentrate and coordination, may result in paranoia and psychosis. Long term use may result in lung damage, and possibly affect sperm motility. Cocaine, Crack Stimulate the nervous system resulting in a fast heart and respiratory rate, and elevated blood pressure. Can cause death by sudden cardiac arrest or respiratory failure. Stimulants such as amphetamines, methamphetamines, Crank, Ice, etc. Similar to the effects of cocaine but also include heart failure, stroke, psychosis, delusions and paranoia. Anabolic Steroids Effects range from acne to liver, cardiovascular and reproductive abnormalities. Psychological effects include depression or aggressive behavior. Hallucinogens, PCP, LSD These substances affect the section of the brain that controls intellect and instinct. Effects include violent behavior, self-inicted injuries, convulsions, coma, heart and lung failure. In the case of LSD, effects may persist even after use has ceased. Prescription narcotics (when taken without medical supervision) Effects depend on the substance but can include depression, addiction, and in extreme cases, death. For specic information on the health risks of alcohol, nicotine, steroids, marijuana, and other substances, please contact the Health Center at ext. 4400. Information may also be obtained by calling: Alcohol and Drug Helpline . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-821-4357 Cocaine Hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-662-4357 Smoking Cessation, American Cancer Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-227-2345

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Sexual Harassment Policy


Sexual violence, including sexual assault, harassment, rape, and stalking, are crimes that are not tolerated on this campus or at any college-sponsored events. Mt. San Antonio College has adopted Board policies and procedures to address sexual crimes, sanctions for offenders, and to outline access to treatment and general information for victims. (See Board Policies 3430, 3500, 3540). All applicable punishment, including criminal charges, disciplinary action, etc., shall be applied whether the violator is an employee, student or member of the general public. Services available to help assure your safety include: Campus Escorts are available to escort you during evening hours, to assure your safety on campus and in parking lots. They are provided at your request, please call (909) 274-4233. Blue emergency telephone towers are located throughout the campus and parking lots for you to contact Public Safety immediately should you need assistance in an emergency. Public Safety may be contacted by calling the campus number, (909) 274-4555. Call 911 for any emergency or 9-911 when calling from on-campus extensions. Be prepared to identify your exact location.

PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT STATISTICAL CRIME REPORT YTD TOTALS

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2009 0 0 0 0 6 9 14 27 12 45 53 0 31 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 205

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Non-Negligent Manslaughter 0 Negligent Manslaughter 0 Sex Offenses - Forcible 0 Sex Offenses - Non-Forcible 0 Robbery 2 Aggravated Assault 15 Burglary 7 Burglary from Motor Vehicle 21 Motor Vehicle Theft (GTA) 21 Theft from Vehicle 12 Theft 53 Arson 0 Vandalism 14 Liquor Law Violations 3 Drug Law Violations 2 Illegal Weapons Violations 1 Hate Crimes - Race 0 Hate Crimes - Gender 0 Hate Crimes - Religion 0 Hate Crimes - Sexual Orientation 0 Hate Crimes - Ethnicity 0 Hate Crimes - Disability 0 YEARLY TOTALS 151

In addition to contacting Public Safety, information can also be obtained from the Student Life Ofce, Bldg. 9C, ext. 4525 or to to http://www.mtsac.edu/safety/disclosures/

Public Safety
In compliance with the Clery Act, the College publishes an annual security report which contains information regarding campus crime statistics. This information may also be found on the website at www.mtsac.edu. by clicking on Public Safety. Copies of the annual report can be obtained from the Public Safety Department, Building 23, Public Safety. A Public Safety crime log is published bimonthly in the student newspaper and brochures on Emergency Procedures are posted throughout the campus.

Emergency Procedures
Students and staff should report serious crimes and emergencies, i.e., re/medical, occurring on campus to the Public Safety Department or call 911. When using an on-campus extension, call 9-911. Incidents may be reported to Public Safety by calling (909) 274-4555, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Public Safety may also be contacted during and after business hours from public telephone locations on campus by dialing -91. In the event of an emergency, students and staff are requested to make a prompt and accurate report to the Public Safety Department. The Public Safety Department is located at the southeast portion of the campus off Bonita Drive in Building 23.

Campus Law Enforcement Authority


The Mt. San Antonio College Public Safety Department has the authority to enforce the Student Discipline Code of Conduct and the State of California Penal Code under Education Code Section 72330. The Mt. San Antonio College Board of Trustees has established the Public Safety Department as a community college police department under Education Code Section 72330 (a), which authorizes the governing board of a community college district to establish a community college police department under the supervision of a community college chief of police. Although a designated police department, the Mt. San Antonio College Public Safety Police Department has a memorandum of understanding mandated by the Crime Awareness and Campus Safety Act of 1990, that the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department has jurisdiction to investigate all crimes occurring on Mt. San Antonio College Campus.
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The Public Safety Departments primary responsibility is the safety and security of all members of the College community. Every effort is made to inform students and staff of criminal activity or any other concern that may be an immediate threat to the safety and security of those on campus. Information and workshops on crime prevention are made available to College students and staff. It is the responsibility of every member of the campus community to act in ways that promote the safety of self and others and that protect District property.
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Mt. SAC has installed a campus-wide emergency phone system. This system is divided into two primary segments. The inner campus system consists of emergency phones that are placed on the outside of selected campus buildings and are identied by the familiar blue light afxed to the top of the phone housing. The second segment of emergency phones consists of stand-alone emergency phone towers, located in open campus spaces, primarily in campus parking lots. These phone towers are also identied by a blue light afxed to the top of the tower. Use of any of these emergency phones will connect the user to Campus Public Safety during normal business hours. During hours when the campus is closed, the emergency phones will connect the user directly to a cell phone carried by Campus Public Safety Ofcers who are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Student Right to Know (SRTK)


All colleges and universities in the U.S. are required to report on their annual completion rates the percentage of students who successfully complete a program of study within 150% of the normal time to completion or who are still enrolled as transfer students at another college or university. Beginning in Fall 2006, a cohort of all certicate-, degree-, and transfer-seeking rst-time, full-time students were tracked over a three-year period. Their completion and transfer rates are listed below. These rates do not represent the success rates of the entire student population at the College nor do they account for student outcomes occurring after this three-year tracking period. 27.81% 16.58% Degree or Certicate completed or became transfer prepared Transferred to a UC, CSU, or another California Community College

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Security Escort Service


For your added personal safety, Mt. SAC offers a free Public Safety Escort Service from Monday Thursday, 6:30 - 10:15 p.m. Trained personnel will escort you safely to your car. Public Safety Escorts are located at campus map directories and can be identied by their yellow jackets and I.D. badges. On the map below, a white $ shows the approximate location of escorts. You may call (909) 274-4233 to arrange for assistance. Also see page 190.

Although SRTK completion rates are useful for broad comparison of many colleges and universities, there are difculties with their use for community colleges. Students who are not enrolled full-time in their rst semester and those who are uncertain of their educational goal at the time of original enrollment are not included in the SRTK calculations. The group of students on whom these calculations are based represents fewer than 10% of all new students. In making college decisions, students should review many factors to identify the college or university that will best meet their needs.

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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS A.S. DEGREE & GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS // A.S. DEGREE & A.A. DEGREE

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE AND ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE


The following requirements apply to both Associate in Science (A.S.) and Associate in Arts (A.A.) degrees Unit Requirement: Sixty (60) degree-appropriate units. A letter grade of C or better is required for each course required for graduation. General Education Requirements: At least 24 units are required which shall include courses in each of the General Education areas, A through E (see page 43). All courses must be completed with a letter grade of C or better. Physical Well-Being Requirement: Complete at least one of the physical education activity courses with the following prexes: DNCE, PE-A, PE-F, PE-I, PE-L, PE-S, PE-X with a grade of C or better or CR. Reading Competency: This requirement is met by completing one of the following courses with a grade of C or better: 1. Preparing for College Reading or AMLA 33R American Language Advanced Reading or Obtaining placement into READ 100 on initial Reading Placement exam. or Obtaining a satisfactory score on the Reading Competency test. READ 90 Math Competency: This requirement is met by completing one of the following courses with a grade of C or better: 1. Intermediate Algebra or MATH 71B Intermediate Algebra Second Half or MATH 71X Practical Intermediate Algebra or Completing a more advanced college level mathematics course with a grade of C or better. or Obtaining a satisfactory score on the Intermediate Algebra Competency Examination. MATH 71

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GPA Requirement: A Mt. San Antonio College degree total grade point average and all college total grade point average of 2.0. Residency Requirement: The residency requirement for Mt. San Antonio College can be met in either of two ways: 1) 2) 12 units in residence and enrollment in last semester, or 45 units in residence if the last semester is not at Mt. San Antonio College.

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Students must complete all required courses in an approved occupational major with a minimum grade of C in all course. Refer to the 2011-12 Mt. SAC catalog for listing of the Associate in Science degree majors.

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Students must complete a pattern of 18 or more units from the courses identied within a specied area of emphasis with a minimum grade of C in all courses. Refer to the 2011-12 Mt. SAC catalog for listing of the Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts & Sciences areas of emphasis.

NOTE: All students must le a petition for graduation before the deadline with the Admissions & Records Ofce and have on le all required documents and ofcial transcripts. Check with the Admissions & Records Ofce for deadlines.
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COMMUNICATION IN THE (A min. of 6 Units) ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Freshman Composition Freshman Composition Honors Public Speaking Public Speaking Honors Fundamentals of Communication Professional and Organizational Speaking Professional and Organizational Speaking Honors
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THE PHYSICAL UNIVERSE AND LIFE

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ONE COURSE FROM THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES OR LIFE SCIENCES:

PHYSICAL SCIENCES ASTR 5 Introduction to Astronomy ASTR 5H Introduction to Astronomy Honors ASTR 5L Astronomical Observing Laboratory ASTR 7 Geology of the Solar System ASTR 8 Introduction to Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe CHEM 10 Chemistry for Allied Health Majors CHEM 20 Introductory Organic and Biochemistry CHEM 40 Introduction to General Chemistry CHEM 50 General Chemistry I CHEM 50H General Chemistry I Honors CHEM 51 General Chemistry II GEOG 1 Elements of Physical Geography GEOG 1H Elements of Physical Geography Honors GEOG 1L Physical Geography Laboratory GEOG 1LH Physical Geography Laboratory Honors GEOL 1 Physical Geology GEOL 7 Geology of California GEOL 8 Earth Science GEOL 8H Earth Science Honors GEOL 8L Earth Science Laboratory GEOL 9 Environmental Geology GEOL 10 Natural Disasters METO 3 Weather and Atmospheric Environment METO 3L Weather and Atmospheric Environment Lab OCEA 10 Introduction to Oceanography OCEA 10H Introduction to Oceanography Honors OCEA 10L Introduction to Oceanography Laboratory PHSC 3 Energy Science PHSC 7 Physical Science PHSC 7L Physical Science Laboratory PHYS 1 Physics PHYS 2AG General Physics PHYS 2BG General Physics PHYS 4A Engineering Physics PHYS 4B Engineering Physics PHYS 4C Engineering Physics LIFE SCIENCES AGOR 1 ANAT 10A ANAT 10B ANAT 35 ANAT 36 ANTH 1 ANTH 1H ANTH 1L BIOL 1 BIOL 2 BIOL 3 BIOL 4 BIOL 4H BIOL 6 BIOL 6L BIOL 8 BIOL 17 BIOL 20 BIOL 21 BIOL 34 BIOL 34L MICR 1 MICR 22 PSYC 1B Horticultural Science Introductory Human Anatomy Introductory Human Physiology Human Anatomy Human Physiology Biological Anthropology Biological Anthropology Honors Biological Anthropology Laboratory General Biology Plant and Animal Biology Ecology and Field Biology Biology for Majors Biology for Majors Honors Humans and the Environment Humans and the Environment Laboratory Cell and Molecular Biology Neurobiology and Behavior Marine Biology Marine Biology Laboratory Fundamentals of Genetics Fundamentals of Genetics Laboratory Principles of Microbiology Microbiology Biological Psychology

ARTS AND HUMANITIES

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TWO COURSES, SIX UNITS MINIMUM, WITH AT LEAST ONE COURSE FROM ARTS AND ONE FROM HUMANITIES:

ARTS AHIS 1 ARTB 1 AHIS 1H AHIS 3 AHIS 3H AHIS 4 AHIS 4H AHIS 5 AHIS 5H AHIS 6 AHIS 6H AHIS 9 AHIS 10 AHIS 11 AHIS 12 AHIS 12H ARCH 31 ARCH 32 ARTB 14 ARTD 15A ARTD 20 ARTD 25A ARTG 20 ARTS 22

Understanding the Visual Arts, or Understanding the Visual Arts Understanding the Visual Arts Honors History of Women and Gender in Art History of Women and Gender in Art Honors History of Western Art: Prehistoric Gothic Hist. of Western Art: Prehistoric Gothic (Honors) History of Western Art: Renaissance Modern Hist. of Western Art: Renaissance Modern (Honors) History of Modern Art History of Modern Art Honors History of Asian Art History of Greek/Roman Art and Architecture History of African, Oceanic & Native American Art History of Precolumbian Art History of Precolumbian Art Honors World Architecture I World Architecture II Basic Studio Arts Drawing: Beginning Design: Two Dimensional Beginning Painting I Art, Artists and Society Design: Three Dimensional

ARTS 30A Ceramics: Beginning I ARTS 40A Sculpture: Beginning DN-T 20 History and Appreciation of Dance ID 14 History of Furniture and Decorative Arts MUS 7 Fundamentals of Music MUS 11A Music Literature Survey MUS 11B Music Literature Survey MUS 12 History of Jazz MUS 13 Introduction to Music Appreciation MUS 13H Introduction to Music Appreciation Honors MUS 14A World Music MUS 14B American Folk Music MUS 15 Rock Music History and Appreciation PHOT 15 History of Photography SPCH 4 Performance of Literature THTR 9 Introduction to Theatre Arts THTR 10 History of Theatre Arts THTR 11 Principles of Acting I HUMANITIES ARAB 1 Elementary Arabic ARAB 2 Continuing Elementary Arabic CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese CHIN 2 Continuing Elementary Chinese CHIN 3 Intermediate Chinese CHIN 4 Continuing Intermediate Chinese ENGL 1B English Introduction to Literary Types ENGL 1BH English Introduction to Literary Types (Honors) FRCH 1 Elementary French FRCH 2 Continuing Elementary French FRCH 3 Intermediate French FRCH 4 Continuing Intermediate French FRCH 5 Advanced French FRCH 6 Continuing Advanced French FRCH 60 French Culture Through Cinema GERM 1 Elementary German GERM 2 Continuing Elementary German GERM 3 Intermediate German *HIST 1 History of the United States *HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern *HIST 3H World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern Honors *HIST 4 World History: Early Modern to Present *HIST 4H World History: Early Modern to Present Honors *HIST 7 History of the United States *HIST 7H History of the United States Honors *HIST 8 History of the United States *HIST 8H History of the United States Honors *HIST 10 History of Asia *HIST 11 History of Asia *HIST 19 History of Mexico *HIST 30 History of the African American *HIST 31 History of the African American *HIST 35 History of Africa *HIST 36 Women in American History *HIST 39 California History *HIST 40 History of the Mexican American HUMA 1 The Humanities ITAL 1 Elementary Italian ITAL 2 Continuing Elementary Italian ITAL 3 Intermediate Italian ITAL 4 Continuing Intermediate Italian ITAL 5 Advanced Italian ITAL 6 Continuing Advanced Italian ITAL 60 Italian Culture Through Cinema JAPN 1 Elementary Japanese JAPN 2 Continuing Elementary Japanese JAPN 3 Intermediate Japanese JAPN 4 Continuing Intermediate Japanese JAPN 5 Advanced Japanese LATN 1 Elementary Latin LATN 2 Continuing Elementary Latin LIT 1 Early American Literature LIT 2 Modern American Literature LIT 3 Multicultural American Literature LIT 6A Survey of English Literature LIT 6B Survey of English Literature LIT 10 Survey of Shakespeare LIT 11A World Literature to 1650 LIT 11B World Literature from 1650 LIT 14 Introduction to Modern Poetry LIT 15 Introduction to Cinema LIT 20 African American Literature LIT 25 Contemporary Mexican American Literature LIT 36 Introduction to Mythology LIT 40 Childrens Literature LIT 46 The Bible as Literature: Old Testament LIT 47 The Bible as Literature: New Testament PHIL 5 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 5H Introduction to Philosophy Honors PHIL 12 Ethics PHIL 12H Ethics Honors PHIL 15 Major World Religions PHIL 15H Major World Religions Honors PHIL 20A History of Western Philosophy PHIL 20AH History of Western Philosophy Honors PHIL 20B History of Western Philosophy PHIL 20BH History of Western Philosophy Honors *POLI 5 Political Theory I Ancient to Modern *POLI 7 Political Theory II Early Modern to Contemporary SIGN 101 American Sign Language 1 SIGN 102 American Sign Language 2 SIGN 103 American Sign Language 3 SIGN 104 American Sign Language 4 SIGN 202 American Deaf Culture SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish SPAN 2 Continuing Elementary Spanish SPAN 3 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 4 Continuing Intermediate Spanish SPAN 5 Advanced Spanish SPAN 6 Continuing Advanced Spanish SPAN 11 Spanish for the Spanish Speaking SPAN 12 Continuing Spanish for the Spanish Speaking

SPAN 25

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GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE

SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS

(6 Units)

U.S. HISTORY & AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS, ONE COURSE SELECTED FORM THE FOLLOWING:

*HIST 1 History of the United States *HIST 7 History of the United States *HIST 7H History of the United States Honors *HIST 8 History of the United States *HIST 8H History of the United States Honors *HIST 30 History of the African American *HIST 31 History of the African American *HIST 36 Women in American History *HIST 40 History of the Mexican American POLI 1 Political Science POLI 1H Political Science Honors POLI 25 Politics of the Mexican American POLI 35 African American Politics ELECTIVE COURSES AT LEAST ONE COURSE SELECTED FROM THE FOLLOWING: AGAG 1 Food Production, Land Use and Politics A Global Perspective AGFR 20 Conservation of Natural Resources ANTH 3 Archeology ANTH 5 Principles of Cultural Anthropology ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology ANTH 30 The Native American BUSC 1A Principles of Economics Macroeconomics BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics Macroeconomics (Honors) BUSC 1B Principles of Economics Microeconomics BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics Microeconomics (Honors) CHLD 1 Child, Family, School and Community *CHLD 10 Child Growth and Development *CHLD 10H Child Growth and Development Honors GEOG 2 Human Geography GEOG 2H Human Geography Honors GEOG 5 World Regional Geography GEOG 8 The Urban World GEOG 30 Geography of California *HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern *HIST 3H World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern Honors *HIST 4 World History: Early Modern to Present *HIST 4H World History: Early Modern to Present Honors *HIST 10 History of Asia *HIST 11 History of Asia *HIST 19 History of Mexico *HIST 35 History of Africa *HIST 39 California History HIST 44 History of Native Americans JOUR 100 Mass Media and Society JOUR 107 Race, Culture, Sex and Mass Media Images POLI 2 Political Science *POLI 5 Political Theory I Ancient to Modern *POLI 7 Political Theory II Early Modern to Contemporary POLI 9 Introduction to International Relations POLI 10 Environmental Politics PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology Honors *PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology PSYC 15 Introduction to Child Psychology PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology *PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women SOC 1 Sociology SOC 1H Sociology Honors SOC 2 Sociology SOC 2H Sociology Honors SOC 4 Introduction to Gerontology SOC 5 Introduction to Criminology SOC 5H Introduction to Criminology Honors SOC 14 Marriage and the Family SOC 14H Marriage and the Family Honors SOC 15 Child Development SOC 20 Sociology of Ethnic Relations SOC 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations Honors SPCH 7 Intercultural Communication SPCH 7H Intercultural Communication Honors *SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication *SPCH 26H Interpersonal Communication Honors SPCH 30 Gateway to Communication Studies

E
AD 3

LIFELONG UNDERSTANDING AND (3 Units) SELF-DEVELOPMENT


Chemical Dependency: Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Contemporary Health Issues Human Reproduction, Development and Aging Human Sexuality Human Sexuality Honors Child Growth and Development Child Growth and Development Honors Career/Life Planning Life Management Exploring Leadership Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness Essentials of Nutrition Essentials of Nutrition Honors Cultural and Ethnic Foods Fitness for Living Developmental Psychology The Psychology of Women Psychology of Sexuality Psychology for Effective Living Child Development Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication Honors

ONE COURSE FROM THE FOLLOWING:

BIOL 5 BIOL 13 BIOL 15 BIOL 15H *CHLD 10 *CHLD 10H COUN 5 FCS 41 LEAD 55 NF 10 NF 25 NF 25H NF 28 PE 34 *PSYC 14 *PSYC 25 PSYC 26 PSYC 33 SOC 15 *SPCH 26 *SPCH 26H

* Courses may not be double counted to satisfy more than one area, even if a course is listed in more than one area.

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CSU GENERAL EDUCATION 2011-12 REQUIREMENTS CSU GENERAL EDUCATION 2011-12 REQUIREMENTS
The courses listed below will fulll the lower division general education requirements for all CSU campuses.

A The English Language And Critical Thinking (9 units) Select one course from each group (A-1), (A-2) & (A-3):
A-1: ORAL COMMUNICATION:
SPCH SPCH SPCH ENGL ENGL PHIL PHIL 1A Public Speaking or 1AH Public Speaking Honors 2 Fundamentals of Communication Critical Thinking and Writing Critical Thinking and Writing Honors Logic in Practice Logic in Practice Honors

A -1: ORAL COMMUNICATION:


SPCH SPCH 8 8H

A-2: WRITTEN COMMUNICATION:


ENGL ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 1AH Freshman Composition Honors

Professional and Organizational Speaking Professional and Organizational Speaking Honors Critical Thinking Critical Thinking and Logical Writing Psych. of Reasoning and Problem Solving

A- 3: CRITICAL THINKING:
1C 1CH 3 3H PHIL PHIL PSYC 8 9 5 SPCH SPCH SPCH 1B Intermediate Public Speaking 20 Argumentation and Debate 20H Argumentation and Debate Honors

B The Physical Universe & Life (9 units minimum): Select one course from each group.
Also, one lab (+) course must be included in ONE of the science groups.
5 5H 5L 7 8 10 20 40 50 50H 51 1 1H Introduction to Astronomy Introduction to Astronomy Honors Astronomical Observing Laboratory Geology of the Solar System Intro. to Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe Chemistry for Allied Health Majors Introductory Organic and Biochemistry Introduction to General Chemistry General Chemistry I General Chemistry I Honors General Chemistry II Elements of Physical Geography Elements of Physical Geography Honors +GEOG +GEOG +GEOL GEOL GEOL GEOL +GEOL GEOL GEOL METO +METO 1L 1LH 1 7 8 8H 8L 9 10 3 3L ASTR ASTR +ASTR ASTR ASTR +CHEM +CHEM +CHEM +CHEM +CHEM +CHEM GEOG GEOG AGOR +ANAT +ANAT +ANAT +ANAT ANTH ANTH +ANTH

B-1: PHYSICAL SCIENCE Select at least one course from the following list:

Physical Geography Laboratory Physical Geography Laboratory Honors Physical Geology Geology of California Earth Science Earth Science Honors Earth Science Laboratory Environmental Geology Natural Disasters Weather and Atmospheric Environment Weather and Atmospheric Environment Laboratory

OCEA OCEA +OCEA +PHSC PHSC +PHSC +PHYS +PHYS +PHYS +PHYS +PHYS +PHYS

10 10H 10L 3 7 7L 1 2AG 2BG 4A 4B 4C

Introduction to Oceanography Introduction to Oceanography Honors Introduction to Oceanography Laboratory Energy Science Physical Science Physical Science Laboratory Physics General Physics General Physics Engineering Physics Engineering Physics Engineering Physics

B- 2: LIFE SCIENCE Select at least one course from the following list:
1 10A 10B 35 36 1 1H 1L Horticultural Science Introductory Human Anatomy Introductory Human Physiology Human Anatomy Human Physiology Biological Anthropology Biological Anthropology Honors Biological Anthropology Laboratory +BIOL +BIOL +BIOL +BIOL +BIOL BIOL +BIOL +BIOL 1 2 3 4 4H 6 6L 8 General Biology Plant and Animal Biology Ecology and Field Biology Biology for Majors Biology for Majors Honors Humans and the Environment Humans and the Environment Laboratory Cell and Molecular Biology BIOL BIOL +BIOL BIOL +BIOL +MICR +MICR PSYC 17 20 21 34 34L 1 22 1B Neurobiology and Behavior Marine Biology Marine Biology Laboratory Fundamentals of Genetics Fundamentals of Genetics Laboratory Principles of Microbiology Microbiology Biological Psychology

B- 3: LAB SCIENCE This requirement is met by taking ONE of the courses above indicated by a + sign. Lab must be a corresponding section to the lecture course taken. B- 4: MATHEMATICS/QUANTITATIVE REASONING Select at least one course from the following list:
BUSC MATH MATH MATH MATH 17 Applied Business Statistics 100 Survey of College Mathematics 110 Elementary Statistics 110H Elementary Statistics Honors 115 Statway II MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH 120 130 140 150 160 Finite Mathematics College Algebra Calculus for Business Trigonometry Precalculus Mathematics MATH MATH MATH MATH PSYC 180 181 280 285 10 Calculus and Analytic Geometry Calculus and Analytic Geometry Calculus and Analytic Geometry Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

C Arts, Literature, Philosophy and Foreign Languages (9 units)


C-1: ARTS
AHIS ARTB AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS 1 1 1H 3 3H 4 4H 5 5H 6 6H Understanding the Visual Arts, or Understanding the Visual Arts Understanding the Visual Arts Honors History of Women and Gender in Art History of Women and Gender in Art Honors History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic Honors History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern Honors History of Modern Art History of Modern Art Honors AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS ARCH ARCH ARTB ARTD ARTD ARTD ARTG ARTS ARTS ARTS 9 10 11 12 12H 31 32 14 15A 20 25A 20 22 30A 40A

Select three courses, with at least one course from Arts and one course from Humanities:
History of Asian Art A History of Greek and Roman Art and Archicture History of African,Oceanic & Native Am. Art History of Precolumbian Art History of Precolumbian Art Honors World Architecture I World Architecture II Basic Studio Arts Drawing: Beginning I Design: Two Dimensional Beginning Painting I Art, Artists and Society Design: Three Dimensional Ceramics: Beginning I Sculpture: Beginning DN-T ID MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS PHOT SPCH THTR THTR THTR 20 14 7 11A 11B 12 13 13H 14A 14B 15 15 4 9 10 11 History and Appreciation of Dance History of Furniture and Decorative Arts Fundamentals of Music Music Literature Survey Music Literature Survey History of Jazz Introduction to Music Appreciation Introduction to Music Appreciation Honors World Music American Folk Music Rock Music History and Appreciation History of Photography Performance of Literature Introduction to Theatre Arts History of Theatre Arts Principles of Acting I

C- 2: HUMANITIES (continues on next page)


ARAB ARAB CHIN CHIN CHIN CHIN ENGL ENGL FRCH FRCH FRCH FRCH FRCH FRCH FRCH GERM GERM GERM *HIST *HIST *HIST 1 2 1 2 3 4 1B 1BH 1 2 3 4 5 6 60 1 2 3 1 3 3H Elementary Arabic Continuing Elementary Arabic Elementary Chinese Continuing Elementary Chinese Intermediate Chinese Continuing Intermediate Chinese English Intro to Literary Types English Intro to Literary Types Honors Elementary French Continuing Elementary French Intermediate French Continuing Intermediate French Advanced French Continuing Advanced French French Culture Through Cinema Elementary German Continuing Elementary German Intermediate German History of the United States World History: Prehistoric to Modern World History: Prehistoric to Modern Honors *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST HUMA ITAL ITAL ITAL ITAL 4 4H 7 7H 8 8H 10 11 19 30 31 35 36 39 40 1 1 2 3 4 World History: Early Modern to the Present World History: Early Modern to the Present Honors History of the United States History of the United States Honors History of the United States History of the United States Honors History of Asia History of Asia History of Mexico History of the African American History of the African American History of Africa Women in American History California History History of the Mexican American The Humanities Elementary Italian Continuing Elementary Italian Intermediate Italian Continuing Intermediate Italian ITAL ITAL ITAL JAPN JAPN JAPN JAPN JAPN LATN LATN LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT 5 6 60 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 1 2 3 6A 6B 10 11A 11B 14 15 20 25 Advanced Italian Continuing Advanced Italian Italian Culture Through Cinema Elementary Japanese Continuing Elementary Japanese Intermediate Japanese Continuing Intermediate Japanese Advanced Japanese Elementary Latin Continuing Elementary Latin Early American Literature Modern American Literature Multicultural American Literature Survey of English Literature Survey of English Literature Survey of Shakespeare World Literature to 1650 World Literature from 1650 Introduction to Modern Poetry Introduction to Cinema African American Literature Contemporary Mexican American Literature

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LIT LIT LIT LIT PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL 36 40 46 47 5 5H 12 12H 15 15H Introduction to Mythology Childrens Literature The Bible as Literature: Old Testament The Bible as Literature: New Testament Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy Honors Ethics Ethics Honors Major World Religions Major World Religions Honors PHIL 20A History of Western Philosophy PHIL 20AH History of Western Philosophy Honors PHIL 20B History of Western Philosophy PHIL 20BH History of Western Philosophy Honors *POLI 5 Political Theory I Ancient to Modern *POLI 7 Poli. Theory II Early Modern to Contemporary SIGN 101 American Sign Language 1 SIGN 102 American Sign Language 2 SIGN 103 American Sign Language 3 SIGN 104 American Sign Language 4 SIGN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN 202 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 12 25

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American Deaf Culture Elementary Spanish Continuing Elementary Spanish Intermediate Spanish Continuing Intermediate Spanish Advanced Spanish Continuing Advanced Spanish Spanish for the Spanish Speaking Continuing Spanish for the Spanish Speaking Spanish Literature

CSU GENERAL EDUCATION 2011-12 REQUIREMENTS CSU GENERAL EDUCATION 2011-12 REQUIREMENTS

D Social, Political, and Economic Institutions and Behavior; Historical Background


D-0: SOCIOLOGY & CRIMINOLOGY
CHLD SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC *SOC SOC SOC ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH 1 1 1H 2 2H 4 5 5H 14 14H 15 20 20H 3 5 22 30 Child, Family, School and Community Sociology Sociology Honors Sociology Sociology Honors Introduction to Gerontology Introduction to Criminology Introduction to Criminology Honors Marriage and the Family Marriage and the Family Honors Child Development Sociology of Ethnic Relations Sociology of Ethnic Relations Honors Archeology Principles of Cultural Anthropology General Cultural Anthropology The Native American *HIST *HIST *HIST JOUR *POLI POLI SOC SOC 31 40 44 107 25 35 20 20H History of the African American History of the Mexican American History of Native Americans Race, Culture, Sex and Mass Media Images Politics of the Mexican American African American Politics Sociology of Ethnic Relations Sociology of Ethnic Relations Honors Women in American History The Psychology of Women *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *CHLD *CHLD SPCH SPCH *SPCH *SPCH SPCH POLI POLI POLI *POLI *POLI

Required Courses: Minimum 9 units with courses from at least two disciplines (D0 D9):
30 31 35 36 39 40 44 10 10H 7 7H 26 26H 30 1 1H 2 5 7 9 10 25 35 History of the African American History of the African American History of Africa Women in American History California History History of the Mexican American History of Native Americans Child Growth and Development Child Growth and Development Honors Intercultural Communication Intercultural Communication Honors Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication Honors Gateway to Communication Studies Political Science Political Science Honors Political Science Political Theory I Ancient to Modern Political Theory II Early Modern to Contemporary Introduction to International Relations Environmental Politics Politics of the Mexican American African American Politics

D - 4: GENDER STUDIES
*HIST 36 *PSYC 25 GEOG GEOG GEOG GEOG GEOG *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST *HIST

D-7: INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL OR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

D - 5: GEOGRAPHY
2 2H 5 8 30

D-1: ANTHROPOLOGY & ARCHEOLOGY

Human Geography Human Geography Honors World Regional Geography The Urban World Geography of California

D - 6: HISTORY
1 3 3H 4 4H 7 7H 8 8H 10 11 19

D-8: POLITICAL SCIENCE, GOVERNMENT, AND LEGAL INSTITUTIONS

D-2: ECONOMICS
AGAG 1 AGFR BUSC BUSC BUSC BUSC JOUR *HIST Food Production, Land Use and Politics A Global Perspective 20 Conservation of Natural Resources 1A Principles of Economics Macroeconomics 1AH Principles of Economics Macroeconomics Honors 1B Principles of Economics Microeconomics 1BH Principles of Economics Microeconomics Honors 100 Mass Media and Society 30 History of the African American

D-3: ETHNIC STUDIES

History of the United States World History: Prehistori to Early Modern World History: Prehistori to Early Modern Honors World History: Early Modern to the Present World History: Early Modern to the Present Honors History of the United States History of the United States Honors History of the United States History of the United States Honors History of Asia History of Asia History of Mexico

D-9: PSYCHOLOGY
PSYC PSYC *PSYC PSYC PSYC *PSYC 1A 1AH 14 15 19 25

POLI POLI *POLI *POLI

Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology Honors Developmental Psychology Introduction to Child Psychology Abnormal Psychology The Psychology of Women

WARNING: It is recommended that you use one of the options below as part of the 9 units required in Area D. CSU AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS & U.S. HISTORY GRADUATION REQUIREMENT: Option 1: HIST 7 (or 7H) + HIST 8 (or 8H) If Option #1 is selected, DO NOT select another D6 course as your third Area D course.

Completion of one course from U.S. History plus one course from American Institutions: United States History: American Institutions: HIST 1 HIST 30 POLI 1 HIST 7 HIST 31 POLI 1H HIST 7H HIST 36 POLI 25 HIST 8 HIST 40 POLI 35 HIST 8H The two courses from Option 1 or Option 2 may be used as part of the 9 units for AREA D.

Option 2:

E Lifelong Understanding & Self Development (3 units) Select at least one course.
AD Chemical Dependency: Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Contemporary Health Issues Human Reproduction, Development and Aging BIOL 15 Human Sexuality BIOL 15H Human Sexuality Honors *CHLD 10 Child Growth and Development BIOL BIOL 5 13 3 *CHLD COUN FCS LEAD NF NF NF NF 10H 5 41 55 10 25 25H 28 Child Growth and Development Honors Career/Life Planning Life Management Exploring Leadership Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness Essentials of Nutrition Essentials of Nutrition Honors Cultural and Ethnic Foods PE *PSYC *PSYC PSYC PSYC *SOC *SPCH *SPCH 34 14 25 26 33 15 26 26H Fitness for Living Developmental Psychology The Psychology of Women Psychology of Sexuality Psychology for Effective Living Child Development Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication Honors

Notes 1. Upper division transfer students (60 70 semester baccalaureate units), will need to have at least 30 semester units of general education. Within those 30 units, Area A (9) semester units and Mathematics (3) semester units must be completed with grades of C or better. 2. CSULA transfer students are advised to complete ENGL 1C or ENGL 1CH as part of the Area A requirements. CSULA requires completion of ENGL 102 (ENGL 1C or 1CH) as a prerequisite to UNIV 400 (Writing Prociency Examination). 3. Courses on this list have been approved by the CSU Ofce of the Chancellor for Fall 2011 and beyond. If a course was completed prior to approval, it cannot be certied for CSU General Education-Breadth requirements. 4. Some majors at CSU do not allow double counting of major preparation courses and general education requirements. Students are advised to consult with a counselor or advisor to determine if courses can be double counted. 5. Some majors require specic general education courses. Students planning to transfer are advised to plan their schedules carefully in order to maintain progress. * Courses may not be double counted to satisfy more than one area, even if a course is listed in more than one area.

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Mt. San Antonio College INTERSEGMENTAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CURRICULUM (IGETC) 2011-12
Completion of the IGETC will permit a student to transfer from Mt. SAC to a campus in either the University of California (UC) system or California State University (CSU) without the need, after transfer, to take additional lower-division general education courses to satisfy university general education requirements. It should be noted that completion of the IGETC is not an admission requirement for transfer to UC or CSU, nor is it the only way to fulll the lower-division general education requirements of UC or CSU prior to transfer. Students pursuing majors that require extensive lower-division preparation may not nd the IGETC option to be advantageous (i.e. Engineering, Sciences). The requirements listed below must be completed in their entirety for full certication to the UC and CSU. For students who have completed coursework at multiple campuses, the campus of last attendance prior to transfer to UC or CSU will certify the coursework. Mt. SAC will certify coursework from other campuses according to the IGETC list of the originating campus. Students with Advanced Placement exams that are listed on the advanced placement table list in the 2011-2012 Catalog obtain credit for IGETC. A minimum grade of C is required in each course. (A grade of C- is not acceptable.)

Area 1 English Communication Select one course from each group:


Group A: ENGLISH COMPOSITION
ENGL ENGL 1A Freshman Composition or 1AH Freshman Composition Honors

Group B: CRITICAL THINKING COMPOSITION


ENGL ENGL PHIL

1C Critical Thinking and Writing or 1CH Critical Thinking and Writing Honors or 9 Critical Thinking and Logical Writing

Group C: ORAL COMMUNICATION CSU requirements only


SPCH SPCH SPCH

1A Public Speaking or 1AH Public Speaking Honors or 2 Fundamentals of Communication

Area 2 Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning Select one course from:
MATH MATH MATH MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 110H Elementary Statistics Honors 120 Finite Mathematics 130 College Algebra MATH MATH MATH MATH 140 160 180 181 Calculus for Business Precalculus Mathematics Calculus and Analytic Geometry Calculus and Analytic Geometry MATH 280 Calculus and Analytic Geometry MATH 285 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations PSYC 10 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

Area 3 Arts and Humanities Select three courses minimum, at least one course from the Arts group and one course
from the Humanities group:
ARTS COURSES:
AHIS ARTB AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS 1 1 1H 3 3H 4 4H 5 Understanding the Visual Arts, or Understanding the Visual Arts Understanding the Visual Arts Honors History of Women and Gender in Art History of Women and Gender in Art Hnrs. History of Western Art: Prehistoric through Gothic History of Western Art: Prehistoric through Gothic Honors History of Western Art: Renaissance through Modern Intermediate Chinese Continuing Intermediate Chinese English Introduction to Literary Types English Introduction to Literary Types Honors Intermediate French Continuing Intermediate French Advanced French Continuing Advanced French French Culture Through Cinema Intermediate German History of the United States World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern Honors World History: Early Modern to the Present World History: Early Modern to the Present Honors History of the United States History of the United States Honors History of the United States History of the United States Honors History of Asia History of Asia History of Mexico AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS AHIS ARCH HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HUMA ITAL ITAL ITAL ITAL ITAL JAPN JAPN JAPN LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT 5H History of Western Art: Renaissance through Modern Honors History of Modern Art History of Modern Art Honors A History of Greek & Roman Art and Architecture 11 History of African, Oceanic and Native American Art 12 History of Precolumbian Art 12H History of Precolumbian Art Honors 31 World Architecture I 6 6H 10 30 31 35 36 39 40 1 3 4 5 6 60 3 4 5 1 2 3 6A 6B 10 11A 11B 14 History of the African American History of the African American History of Africa Women in American History California History History of the Mexican American The Humanities Intermediate Italian Continuing Intermediate Italian Advanced Italian Continuing Advanced Italian Italian Culture through Cinema Intermediate Japanese Continuing Intermediate Japanese Advanced Japanese Early American Literature Modern American Literature Multicultural American Literature Survey of English Literature Survey of English Literature Survey of Shakespeare World Literature to 1650 World Literature from 1650 Introduction to Modern Poetry ARCH DN-T MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS THTR LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT LIT PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL *POLI *POLI SIGN SIGN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN 32 20 11A 11B 12 13 13H 14A 14B 15 10 15 20 25 36 46 47 5 5H 12 12H 15 15H 20A 20B 5 7 104 202 3 4 5 6 25 World Architecture II History and Appreciation of Dance Music Literature Survey Music Literature Survey History of Jazz Introduction to Music Appreciation Introduction to Music Appreciation Honors World Music American Folk Music Rock Music History and Appreciation History of Theater Arts Introduction to Cinema African American Literature Contemporary Mexican American Literature Introduction to Mythology The Bible as Literature: Old Testament The Bible as Literature: New Testament Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy Honors Ethics Ethics Honors Major World Religions Major World Religions Honors History of Western Philosophy History of Western Philosophy Political Theory I Ancient to Modern Political Theory II Early Modern to Contemporary American Sign Languaage 4 American Deaf Culture Intermediate Spanish Continuing Intermediate Spanish Advanced Spanish Continuing Advanced Spanish Spanish Literature

HUMANITIES COURSES:
CHIN CHIN ENGL ENGL FRCH FRCH FRCH FRCH FRCH GERM HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST 3 4 1B 1BH 3 4 5 6 60 3 1 3 3H 4 4H 7 7H 8 8H 10 11 19

Area 4 Social and Behavioral Sciences Select three courses total from a minimum of two different subject areas:
ANTH ANTH Archaeology Principles of Cultural Anthropology or ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology BUSC 1A Principles of Economics Macroeconomics BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics Macroeconomics Honors BUSC 1B Principles of Economics Microeconomics BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics Microeconomics Honors GEOG 2 Human Geography GEOG 2H Human Geography Honors GEOG 8 The Urban World GEOG 30 Geography of California 3 5 HIST POLI POLI *POLI *POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC 44 1 1H 5 7 9 10 25 35 1A 1AH 19 14 25 History of Native Americans Political Science Political Science Honors Political Theory I Ancient to Modern Poli. Theory II Early Modern to Contemporary Introduction to International Relations Environmental Politics Politics of the Mexican American African American Politics Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Psychology Honors Abnormal Psychology Developmental Psychology The Psychology of Women SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SOC SPCH SPCH SPCH SPCH SPCH 1 1H 2 2H 4 5 5H 20 20H 7 7H 26 26H 30 Sociology Sociology Honors Sociology Sociology Honors Introduction to Gerontology Introduction to Criminology Introduction to Criminology Honors Sociology of Ethnic Relations Sociology of Ethnic Relations Honors Intercultural Communication Intercultural Communication Honors Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication Honors Gateway to Communication Studies

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Area 5 Physical and Biological Sciences Choose two courses, one physical and one biological science, at least one
PHYSICAL SCIENCE:
ASTR ASTR ASTR ASTR ASTR CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM 5 5H 5L 7 8 Introduction to Astronomy Introduction to Astronomy Honors Astronomical Observing Laboratory Geology of the Solar System Introduction to Stars, Galaxies and theUniverse 10 Chemistry for Allied Health Majors 20 Introductory Organic and Biochemistry 40 Introduction to General Chemistry 50 General Chemistry I 50H General Chemistry I Honors CHEM GEOG GEOG GEOG GEOG GEOL GEOL GEOL GEOL GEOL METO 51 1 1H 1L 1LH 1 8 8H 8L 9 3 General Chemistry II Elements of Physical Geography Elements of Physical Geography Honors Physical Geography Laboratory Physical Geography Laboratory Honors Physical Geology Earth Science Earth Science Honors Earth Science Laboratory Environmental Geology Weather and Atmospheric Environment METO OCEA OCEA OCEA PHSC PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS 3L 10 10H 10L 3 1 2AG 2BG 4A 4B 4C

must include a laboratory. Laboratory must be a corresponding section to the lecture course taken. Laboratory courses are underlined.

IGETC 2011-12 REQUIREMENTS IGETC 2010-11 REQUIREMENTS

Weather and Atmospheric Environment Lab Introduction to Oceanography Introduction to Oceanography Honors Introduction to Oceanography Laboratory Energy Science Physics General Physics General Physics Engineering Physics Engineering Physics Engineering Physics

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE:
ANAT ANAT ANAT ANAT ANTH ANTH ANTH 10A 10B 35 36 1 1H 1L Introductory Human Anatomy Introductory Human Physiology Human Anatomy Human Physiology Biological Anthropology Biological Anthropology Honors Biological Anthropology Laboratory BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL 1 2 3 4 4H 6 6L General Biology Plant and Animal Biology Ecology and Field Biology Biology for Majors Biology for Majors Honors Humans and the Environment Humans and the Environment Laboratory BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL MICR MICR PSYC 8 20 21 34 1 22 1B Cell and Molecular Biology Marine Biology Marine Biology Laboratory Fundamentals of Genetics Principles of Microbiology Microbiology Biological Psychology

UC Requirement ONLY: LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH: The minimum prociency required is met by completing one of the courses listed below or by completion of two years of high school study in the same language. ARAB 1 CHIN 1 FRCH 1 Elementary Arabic Elementary Chinese Elementary French GERM 1 ITAL 1 JAPN 1 Elementary German Elementary Italian Elementary Japanese SIGN 101 American Sign Language 1 SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish SPAN 11 Spanish for the Spanish Speaking

CSU Graduation Requirements ONLY in U.S. HISTORY, CONSTITUTION, AND AMERICAN IDEALS: UCSB requires a college-level U.S. history or government course. Option 1: HIST 7 (or 7H) + HIST 8 (or 8H) If Option #1 is selected, DO NOT select another D6 course as your third Area D course. or Option 2: Completion of one course from U.S. History plus one course from American Institutions. See the categories below:
History of the United States History of the United States History of the United States Honors History of the United States HIST HIST HIST 8H 30 31 History of the United States Honors History of the African American History of the African American HIST HIST 36 40 Women in American History History of the Mexican American

UNITED STATES HISTORY:


HIST HIST HIST HIST 1 7 7H 8

and AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS:


POLI POLI 1 1H Political Science Political Science Honors POLI POLI 25 35 Politics of the Mexican American African American Politics

Note *UC limits transfer credit for some courses. Students may review the UC Transfer Course Agreement (TCA) with an educational advisor or counselor in the Student Services Center. Students must see an educational advisor or counselor for preliminary IGETC certication. For IGETC certication, the course must be on the list during the year taken. Students from non-English speaking countries should see an educational advisor or international student counselor for language prociency equivalences.

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2011-12 IGETC IGETC


IGETC IGETC

Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) 2011-12


Completion of the IGETC will permit a student to transfer from Mt. SAC to a campus in either the California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) system without the need, after transfer, to take additional lower-division, general education courses to satisfy university general education requirements. It should be noted that completion of the IGETC is not a requirement for transfer to CSU or UC, nor is it the only way to fulll the lower-division, general education requirements of CSU or UC prior to transfer. Students pursuing majors that require extensive lowerdivision preparation may not nd the IGETC option to be advantageous. In fact, some UC campuses do not except IGETC for certain high unit majors. See a counselor or advisor for these exceptions. For students who have completed coursework at multiple campuses, the campus of last attendance prior to transfer to UC or CSU will certify the coursework. Mt. SAC will certify coursework from other campuses according to the IGETC list of the originating campus.

Students with Advanced Placement exams that are listed in the Advanced Placement table in the 2011-12 College Catalog will obtain credit for IGETC. A minimum grade of C is required in each course. Beginning Fall 2011, students must follow 2011-12 IGETC requirements. Courses are approved for the academic year in which they were completed. Students may obtain a copy of the current IGETC requirements from the Counseling Department.

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2012 Spring Final Exam Schedule - June 11-17


FALL FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE
The schedule below is intended to provide professors a 2 hour time period for final exams. Final exams are required in all courses for all students. Permission to schedule a final exam at a time other than the time it is regularly scheduled must be secured at least one week in advance of any change. The professor may not change the scheduled time for the final exam without authorization from his or her division dean. The student should consider the final exam schedule before selecting semester courses. Final exams are given in the same classroom in which classes meet regularly. Double-period classes meet according to the first day in the week that the class meets and according to the first period in the day the class meets. All Friday final exams between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. will be held on Friday, June 15. Saturday and Sunday classes will conduct final exams on June 16 and 17 at the same time the classes regularly meet. Short-term classes will conduct final exams during the last class meeting. Afternoon and evening classes are shaded below.

Monday, June 11
M 8:00-11:10am M 8:30-11:40am M 8:00-12:15pm M 9:00-1:15pm MW 6:55-8:20am MW 7:00-8:05am MW 7:00-9:30am MW 7:30-8:35am MW 7:30-9:35am MW 8:15-9:20am MW 8:00-9:25am MW 8:00-10:30am MW 8:30-9:55am MW 8:30-10:35am MW 8:45-9:50am MWF 7:00-8:15am MWF 7:30-9:05am MWF 8:00-9:15am MWF 8:00-9:35am MWF 8:30-9:45am 4 days 7:30-8:40am 4 days 8:30-9:40am M 11:30-2:40pm M 12:00-3:10am MW 11:00-12:15pm MW 11:15-12:20pm MW 11:30-12:45pm MW 11:30-12:55am MW 12:00-1:05pm MW 12:00-1:25pm MW 12:00-2:05pm MWF 11:00-12:35p MWF 11:30-1:05p 4 days 11:30-12:40 4 days 12:00-1:10p M 1:30-5:45pm MW 1:00-3:05p MW 1:15-2:20p MW 1:15-2:40p MW 1:45-2:50p MW 1:30-4:00p MW 1:45-3:10p MW 2:15-4:20p MWF 1:00-2:15pm MWF 1:15-2:50pm MWF 2:00-3:15pm 4 days 1:00-2:10pm 4 days 1:30-2:40pm M 3:00-6:10pm M 3:30-6:40pm MW 3:15-5:45pm MW 3:45-4:50pm MW 4:15-5:20pm MW 4:15-6:45pm MW 4:30-6:35pm MW 4:45-6:10pm MWF 4:00-5:15pm MWF 4:15-5:50pm MWF 4:45-6:20pm 4 days 4:00-5:10pm 4 days 4:30-5:40pm

Tuesday, June 12
T 8:00-11:10am T 8:30-11:40am T 8:00-12:15pm T 9:00-1:15pm TTh 6:55-8:20am TTh 7:00-8:05am TTh 7:00-9:30am TTh 7:30-8:35am TTh 7:30-9:35am TTh 8:00-9:25am TTh 8:00-10:30am TTh 8:15-9:20am TTh 8:30-9:55am TTh 8:30-10:35am TTh 8:45-9:50am TThF 7:00-8:15am TThF 7:30-9:05am TThF 8:00-9:15am TThF 8:00-9:35am TThF 8:30-9:45am T 11:30-2:40pm T 12:00-3:10am TTh 11:00-12:15pm TTh 11:15-12:20pm TTh 11:30-12:45pm TTh 11:30-12:55am TTh 12:00-1:05pm TTh 12:00-1:25pm TTh 12:00-2:05pm TThF 11:00-12:35p TThF 11:30-1:05p

Wednesday, June 13
W 8:00-11:10am W 8:30-11:40am W 8:00-12:15pm W 9:00-1:15pm MW/WF 9:30-10:35a MW/WF 9:30-10:45a MW/WF 9:45-11:10a MW/WF 9:45-11:50a MW/WF 9:45-12:15p MW/WF 10:00-11:05a MW/WF 10:00-11:15a MW/WF 10:15-11:40a MW/WF 10:45-11:50a MW/WF 10:45-12:50p MW/WF 10:45-1:15p MWF 9:15-10:50am MWF 9:45-11:20am 4 days 9:00-10:10am 4 days 10:00-11:10a 4 days 10:30-11:40am W 11:30-2:40pm W 12:00-3:10am MW/WF 12:30-1:35 MW/WF 12:30-1:45 MW/WF12:30-3:00 MWF 12:45-2:20p

Thursday, June 14
Th 8:00-11:10am Th 8:30-11:40am Th 8:00-12:15pm Th 9:00-1:15pm TTh 9:30-10:35a TTh 9:30-10:45a TTh 9:45-11:10a TTh 9:45-11:50a TTh 9:45-12:15p TTh 10:00-11:05am TTh 10:00-11:15a TTh 10:15-11:40a TTh 10:45-11:50a TTh 10:45-12:50p TTh 10:45-1:15p TThF 9:15-10:50am TThF 9:45-11:20am

Friday, June 15
F 8:00-11:10am F 8:30-11:40am F 8:00-12:15pm F 9:00-1:15pm WF 7:00-9:30am WF 7:00-8:05am WF 7:30-8:35am WF 8:15-9:20am WF 8:45-9:50am WF 8:00-10:30am

7:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Th 11:30-2:40pm Th 12:00-3:10am TTh 12:30-1:35pm TTh 12:30-1:45pm TTh 12:30-3:00pm TThF 12:45-2:20p

F 11:30-2:40pm F 12:00-3:10am WF 11:00-12:15pm WF 11:15-12:20pm WF 11:30-12:45pm WF 11:30-12:55am WF 12:00-1:05pm WF 12:00-1:25pm WF 12:00-2:05pm

1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

T 1:30-5:45pm TTh 1:00-3:05pm TTh 1:15-2:20p TTh 1:15-2:40pm TTh 1:45-2:50p TTh 1:45-3:10pm TTh 2:15-4:20pm TTh 1:30-4:00p TThF 1:00-2:15pm TThF 1:15-2:50pm TThF 2:00-3:15pm

W 1:30-5:45pm MW/WF 2:30-3:35p MW/WF 3:00-4:05p MW/WF 3:00-4:25p MW/WF 3:15-5:20p MW/WF 3:30-4:55p MWF 2:30-3:45pm MWF 2:30-4:05pm MWF 3:00-4:35pm MWF 3:30-4:45pm 4 days 2:30-3:40p 4 days 3:00-4:10p W 3:00-6:10pm W 3:30-6:40pm MW 5:00-6:05pm MW 5:15-6:40pm MW 5:30-6:35pm MW 5:30-7:35pm WF 4:15-6:45pm WF 4:30-6:35pm WF 4:45-6:10pm WF 5:15-6:40pm WF 5:30-7:35pm MWF 5:00-6:15pm MWF 5:30-6:45pm 4 days 5:30-6:40pm W 5:00-9:15pm W 6:00-10:15pm W 6:30-9:40pm W 7:00-10:10pm MW/WF 7:30-8:35p MW/WF 7:45-9:50 MW/WF 8:00-9:05p MW/WF 8:15-9:40p MW/WF 8:45-10:10 MW/WF 8:45-9:50p WF 6:00-8:30pm WF 7:00-9:30pm MWF 7:45-9:20pm MWF 8:00-9:15pm MWF 8:15-9:50pm MWF 8:30-9:45pm 4 days 7:30-8:40pm 4 days 8:30-9:40pm

Th1:30-5:45pm TTh 2:30-3:35pm TTh 3:00-4:05pm TTh 3:00-4:25pm TTh 3:30-4:55pm TTh 3:15-5:20p TThF 2:30-3:45pm TThF 2:30-4:05pm TThF 3:00-4:35pm TThF 3:30-4:45pm

F 1:30-5:45pm WF 1:00-3:05p WF 1:15-2:20p WF 1:15-2:40p WF 1:45-2:50p WF 1:30-4:00p WF 1:45-3:10p WF 2:15-4:20p

4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

T 3:00-6:10pm T 3:30-6:40pm TTh 3:15-5:45pm TTh 3:45-4:50pm TTh 4:15-5:20pm TTh 4:15-6:45pm TTh 4:30-6:35pm TTh 4:45-6:10pm TThF 4:00-5:15pm TThF 4:15-5:50pm TThF 4:45-6:20pm

Th 3:00-6:10pm Th 3:30-6:40pm TTh 5:00-6:05pm TTh 5:15-6:40pm TTh 5:30-6:35pm TTh 5:30-7:35pm TThF 5:30-6:45pm TThF 5:00-6:15pm

F 3:00-6:10pm F 3:30-6:40pm WF 3:15-5:45pm WF 3:45-4:50pm WF 4:15-5:20pm

M 5:00-9:15pm M 6:00-10:15pm M 6:30-9:40pm M 7:00-10:10pm MW 6:00-8:30pm MW 6:15-7:20pm MW 6:30-7:55pm 7:30 p.m. - MW 6:45-7:50pm 10:00 p.m. MW 6:45-8:50pm MW 7:00-8:25pm MW 7:00-9:30pm MWF 6:00-7:35pm MWF 6:30-8:05pm MWF 6:30-7:45pm MWF 7:00-8:15pm 4 days 6:00-7:10pm 4 days 7:00-8:10pm

T 5:00-9:15pm T 6:00-10:15pm T 6:30-9:40pm T 7:00-10:10pm TTh 6:00-8:30pm TTh 6:15-7:20pm TTh 6:30-7:55pm TTh 6:45-7:50pm TTh 6:45-8:50pm TTh 7:00-8:25pm TTh 7:00-9:30pm TThF 6:00-7:35pm TThF 6:30-8:05pm TThF 6:30-7:45pm TThF 7:00-8:15pm

Th 5:00-9:15pm Th 6:00-10:15pm Th 6:30-9:40pm Th 7:00-10:10pm TTh 7:30-8:35p TTh 7:45-9:50pm TTh 8:00-9:05p TTh 8:15-9:40pm TTh 8:45-10:10pm TTh 8:45-9:50p TThF 7:45-9:20pm TThF 8:00-9:15pm TThF 8:15-9:50pm TThF 8:30-9:45pm

F 5:00-9:15pm F 6:00-10:15pm F 6:30-9:40pm F 7:00-10:10pm WF 6:15-7:20pm WF 6:30-7:55pm WF 6:45-7:50pm WF 6:45-8:50pm WF 7:00-8:25pm

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February 27 - June 17, 2012
Administration of Justice: Law Enforcement ........................... 52 Aeronautics .................................................................................. 52 Agriculture: Animal Health Technology .................................... 53 Agriculture: Animal Science General......................................... 53 Agriculture: General Subjects .................................................... 54 Agriculture: Livestock Production ............................................. 54 Agriculture: Ornamental Horticulture ....................................... 54 Agriculture: Pet Science.............................................................. 55 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration............................................ 55 Air Traffic Control ........................................................................ 56 Aircraft Maintenance Technology .............................................. 57 Alcohol Drug Counseling ............................................................ 58 American Language .................................................................... 59 Anatomy and Physiology............................................................ 60 Anthropology ............................................................................... 61 Arabic............................................................................................ 61 Architectural Technology ............................................................ 61 Art: Animation ............................................................................. 62 Art: Basic Studio Arts.................................................................. 63 Art: Gallery and Professional Practices ..................................... 63 Art: Graphic Design and Illustration .......................................... 63 Art: Special Studio Arts .............................................................. 64 Art: Three-Dimensional Studio Arts .......................................... 64 Art: Two-Dimensional Studio Arts ............................................. 65 Art History .................................................................................... 66 Astronomy ................................................................................... 67 Biology.......................................................................................... 67 Botany .......................................................................................... 69 Business: Accounting .................................................................. 69 Business: Business Communications ........................................ 70 Business: Economics ................................................................... 71 Business: Law .............................................................................. 72 Business: Management............................................................... 72 Business: Paralegal...................................................................... 73 Business: Real Estate .................................................................. 74 Business: Sales, Merchandising, and Marketing ...................... 75 Chemistry ..................................................................................... 76 Child Development ...................................................................... 77 Chinese ......................................................................................... 79 Computer Graphics ..................................................................... 79 Computer Information Systems: Beginning ............................. 79 Computer Information Systems: Database .............................. 82 Computer Information Systems: Information Processing....... 83 Computer Information Systems: Management........................ 83 Computer Information Systems: Networking .......................... 83 Computer Information Systems: Programming ....................... 84 Computer Information Systems: Security ................................ 85 Computer Information Systems: Web Applications ................ 86 Computer Science ....................................................................... 86 Computer and Networking Technology .................................... 86 Correctional Sciences.................................................................. 87 Counseling ................................................................................... 87 Dance: Activity ............................................................................. 88 Dance: Theory .............................................................................. 90 Disabled Students ....................................................................... 90 Education ..................................................................................... 90 Electronics .................................................................................... 91 Electronics Systems Technology ............................................... 91 Emergency Medical Service ....................................................... 91 Emergency Medical Technician .................................................. 92 Engineering .................................................................................. 92 Engineering Design Technology................................................. 92 English: Composition .................................................................. 93 English: Literature ....................................................................... 98 Family and Consumer Sciences ................................................. 99 Fashion Merchandising and Design........................................... 99 Fire Technology ......................................................................... 100 French ......................................................................................... 101 Geography.................................................................................. 101 Geology ...................................................................................... 102 German ....................................................................................... 102 History ........................................................................................ 103 Histotechnology ........................................................................ 104 Honors Program ........................................................................ 104 Honors Program Application .................................................... 105 Hospitality and Restaurant Management ............................... 106 Humanities ................................................................................. 107 Inspection and Estimating, Building........................................ 107 Interior Design ........................................................................... 107 Italian .......................................................................................... 108 Japanese .................................................................................... 109 Journalism ................................................................................. 109 Latin ............................................................................................ 110 Leadership .................................................................................. 110 Learning Assistance Services ................................................... 110 Library and Instructional Media ............................................... 111 Manufacturing Technology ....................................................... 111 Mathematics .............................................................................. 112 Medical Terminology ................................................................. 117 Mental Health/Psychiatric Technician ..................................... 117 Meteorology............................................................................... 117 Microbiology .............................................................................. 118 Music .......................................................................................... 118 Nursing ....................................................................................... 121 Nutrition and Food .................................................................... 123 Oceanography............................................................................ 124 Philosophy.................................................................................. 125 Photography .............................................................................. 127 Physical Education: Adaptive ................................................... 127 Physical Education: Aquatics ................................................... 127 Physical Education: Athletics ................................................... 128 Physical Education: Fitness ...................................................... 128 Physical Education: Individual.................................................. 130 Physical Education: Team Sport .............................................. 131 Physical Education: Theory ...................................................... 131 Physical Science ........................................................................ 132 Physician Assistant Prepartory ................................................ 133 Physics ........................................................................................ 133 Political Science ......................................................................... 133 Psychology ................................................................................. 134 Radio Television ...................................................................... 136 Radiologic Technology .............................................................. 137 Reading....................................................................................... 137 Respiratory Therapy .................................................................. 138 Service Learning ........................................................................ 138 Sign Language, Interpreting..................................................... 138 Sociology.................................................................................... 139 Spanish ....................................................................................... 142 Speech ........................................................................................ 142 Study Techniques ...................................................................... 143 Surveying ................................................................................... 144 Technology-Related Courses .................................................... 144 Theater Arts ............................................................................... 144 Transportation ........................................................................... 145 Tutor Training............................................................................. 145 Water Technology...................................................................... 145 Welding ...................................................................................... 145

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CREDIT: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE / AERONAUTICS

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: LAW ENFORCEMENT


n ADJU 1 The Administration of Justice System 3.0 Units (CAN AJ02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC History and philosophy of the justice system, subsystems, roles, relationships and theories of crime causation and correction. 41976 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jefferson, P 28B-204 41980 arrange 3.38 hours Jefferson, P ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41980 is a Distance Learning Online class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Jefferson at either: pjefferson@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n ADJU 2 Principles and Procedures of the Justice System 3.0 Units

n ADJU 6 Concepts of Enforcement Services

3.0 Units Degree Applicable Responsibilities, techniques, and methods of police patrol and handling common police occurrences. 42068 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, K 28B-210 n ADJU 13 Concepts of Traffic Services 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Traffic enforcement techniques. Collision reconstruction and evidence including law violations and human factors. 41982 M 3:35pm - 6:45pm Sweet, W 28B-207 n ADJU 20 Principles of Investigation 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite: Eligibility for English 68 Principles of basic investigatory procedures. 4th amendment issues, profiling, interrogation and use of informants. 41992 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Nichol, M 28B-210 n ADJU 38 Narcotics Investigation 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Degree Applicable, CSU Roles and responsibilities of the judicial system and the relationships/procedures between segments of the justice system. 41991 T 3:35pm - 6:45pm Jefferson, P 28B-204 41990 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jefferson, P 28B-204 n ADJU 3 Concepts of Criminal Law 3.0 Units (CAN AJ04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Provides an overview of California criminal law from the perspective of the law enforcement officer. 41999 M 8:00am - 11:10am Heard, L 28B-204 42000 Th 3:35pm - 7:00pm Heard, L 28B-207 n ADJU 4 Legal Aspects of Evidence 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Criminal evidence: admissibility, privileged communication, hearsay, and collection and preservation of evidence. 42034 Th 8:00am - 11:10am Heard, L 28B-204 42033 M 02/277:00pm - 9:00pm Heard, L 6-122 arrange 3.38 hours Heard, L ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42033 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid Class. A mandatory orientation has been scheduled for Monday, February 27, 7-9 PM in 6-122. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Heard at either: lheard@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n ADJU 5 Community Relations 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: Eligibility for English 68 Investigation techniques for drug enforcement. Drug effects, use of informants, amendment issues and handling of evidence. 42031 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Nichol, M 28B-210 n ADJU 59 Gangs and Corrections 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68, and ADJU 1 Contemporary gang issues including street and prison gang dynamics, characteristics, and role of law enforcement and corrections. 42067 F 8:00am - 11:10am Meredith, D 28B-204 42066 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sweet, W 28B-204 n ADJU 68 Administration of Justice Report Writing 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Techniques for proper documentation of crime reports and related law enforcement records. Use of simulations and role-playing. 42069 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Heard, L 28B-210

AERONAUTICS
n AERO 23 Primary Pilot Ground School 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Private Pilot computerized knowledge examination. 41199 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Rogus, L 28B-107 41200 MW 8:30am - 10:35am Rogus, L 28B-107 41201 T 6:00pm - 10:15pm Isaacs, G 28B-103 n AERO 24 Navigation 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: AERO 23 Advanced navigation concepts and their application in cross-country flying. 41204 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Rogus, R 28B-103 41203 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Rogus, R 28B-103 41205 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Todd, D 28B-103 n AERO 25 Commercial Pilot Ground School 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite: Eligibility for English 68 Community problems and policing. Focus on service image, diversity, human relations, crises and confrontations with the public. 42065 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jefferson, P 28B-204

Advisory: AERO 23 Prepares students for completion of the FAA Commercial Pilot Computerized Knowledge Examination. Topics include aerodynamics, commercial pilot maneuvers, complex aircraft operations, aircraft performance charts, and advanced radio navigation. 41206 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Rogus, R 28B-103

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n AERO 26 Aviation Weather

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU A basic study of weather elements and evaluation of aviation weather reports and forecasts. 41207 M 11:30am - 2:40pm Shackelford, S 28B-107 41209 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Shackelford, S 28B-103 41210 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Isaacs, G 28B-107 41208 Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Calverley, R 28B-107 n AERO 27 Aviation Safety and Human Factors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: AERO 23 Evaluation and analysis of factors that lead to aircraft accidents. 41447 M 3:00pm - 6:10pm Randazzo, J 28B-103 41509 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Fleming, J 28B-107 n AERO 28 Aircraft and Engines 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

n AGHE 62B Clinical Pathology

4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite: AGHE 86 Bacteriology, clinical chemistry, urinalysis, external parasites adn cytology of domestic animals. 42729 M 3:40pm - 10:10pm Uyeno, G 80-1451 n AGHE 64 Veterinary Pharmacology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: Formal admittance to Advanced Class Status in the Registered Veterinary Technology Program, and completion of MATH 51 or MATH 51B or AGAG 91 42732 W 3:40pm - 6:50pm Padilla, M 80-1451 n AGHE 65 Veterinary Radiography 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: Formal admittance to the Registered Veterinary Technology Program 43081 T 5:00pm - 9:10pm Uyeno, G 80-1250 n AGHE 79 Laboratory Animal Medicine and Care 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 43086 M 9:00am - 2:20pm Padilla, M 80-1200 n AGHE 83A Work Experience in Animal Health 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable

CREDIT: AERONAUTICS / AGRICULTURE

Advisory: AERO 23 Aircraft and engine design, subsystems and maintenance. 41523 Th 12:00pm - 3:10pm Calverley, R n AERO 29 Federal Aviation Regulations

28B-107

2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Federal Aviation Regulations that pertain to pilot certification, aircraft maintenance, general operating rules; air traffic control practices and procedures; reporting of aircraft accidents. Entry Level. 10:15am - 12:20pm Rogus, L 28B-107 41538 T 41535 W 11:30am - 1:35pm Rogus, L 28B-107 41532 W 4:00pm - 6:05pm Todd, D 28B-103 n AERO 30 Instrument Ground School 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: AERO 23 and AERO 26 Topics include Instrument Flight Rules, Air Traffic Control communications and procedures, flight instruments, IFR radio navigation and IFR approaches. Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Instrument Pilot knowledge exam. 41551 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Rogus, R 28B-103 41557 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Randazzo, J 28B-103

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Formal admittance in the Registered Veterinary Technology Program. Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog. 42749 arrange 4.7 hours Hoffman, R 80-2301E NOTE: CRN #42749 - Student must meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301E the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. 42887 arrange 4.7 hours STAFF 80-2301K NOTE: CRN 42887 above Requires the student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301K to pick up the work experience paperwork the first week of the semester. n AGHE 83A Work Experience in Animal Health 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

AGRICULTURE: ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY


n AGHE 54 Veterinary Office Procedures 43085 W 9:00am - 12:10pm Hoffman, R 3.0 Units Degree Applicable 80-1240

n AGHE 60 Medical Nursing and Animal Care

4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: AGHE 86 and formal admittance to the Registered Veterinary Technology program 42726 M 9:00am - 3:20pm Uyeno, G 80-1250 n AGHE 61 Surgical Nursing 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 80-1250

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Formal admittance in the Registered Veterinary Technology Program. Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog. 42750 arrange 9.4 hours Hoffman, R 80-2301E NOTE: CRN #42750 - Student must meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301E the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGHE 84B Applied Animal Health Procedures 42735 M 11:40am - 2:50pm Lopez, A 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable 80-1431

Prerequisite: AGHE 60 42727 T 9:00am - 3:20pm Uyeno, G n AGHE 62A Clinical Pathology

4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite: AGHE 86 Hematology, clinical chemistries, internal parasites, immunology, serology, and vaginal cytology of domestic animals. 42728 W 9:00am - 3:20pm Uyeno, G 80-1451

n AGHE 86 Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: Formal admittance to the Registered Veterinary Technology Program. 42737 Th 9:00am - 3:20pm Waters, D 80-1451 42736 T 3:40pm - 10:00pm Waters, D 80-1451

AGRICULTURE: ANIMAL SCIENCE GENERAL


n AGAN 1 Animal Science (CAN AG06) 42694 T 8:00am - 11:10am 42695 W 6:00pm - 9:10pm 42696 Th 6:00pm - 9:10pm 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Phillips, J 80-1240 Phillips, J 80-1240 Phillips, J 80-1240

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n AGAN 2 Animal Nutrition 3.0 Units (CAN AG12) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 42698 W 1:00pm - 4:10pm Lopez, A 80-1431 42697 M 6:00pm - 9:10pm Lopez, A 80-1431 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Method of handling for large and small animals, including chemical and physical techniques of restraint. Field trip required. 43082 T 9:50am - 3:00pm Padilla, M 80-1421 43083 T 5:00pm - 10:10pm Phillips, J 80-1240 43084 Th 9:50am - 3:00pm Phillips, J 80-1240 n AGAN 94 Animal Breeding 42738 W 9:00am - 12:10pm Lopez, A 3.0 Units Degree Applicable 80-1431 n AGAN 51 Animal Handling and Restraint

AGRICULTURE: LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION


n AGLI 17 Sheep Production (CAN AG22) 42739 Th 9:00am - 2:15pm n AGLI 18 Horse Ranch Management Advisory: AGLI 16 42741 MW and M 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Padilla, M 80-1431 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 80-1220 80-1220

11:40am - 1:14pm Waters, D 1:15pm - 4:30pm Waters, D

n AGLI 19 Horse Hoof Care 42745 T 9:50am - 2:00pm

2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Waters, D 80-1451

AGRICULTURE: GENERAL SUBJECTS


n AGAG 1 Food Production, Land Use and Politics 3.0 Units - A Global Perspective Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Surveys the worlds food producing systems in terms of economic, political and cultural forces. 40001 M 6:00pm - 9:10pm Garwick, J 80-1331 n AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable

n AGLI 96 Animal Sanitation and Disease Control 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 42743 T 11:50am - 3:00pm Lopez, A 80-1240 42744 W 6:00pm - 9:10pm Lopez, A 80-1431 n AGLI 97 Artificial Insemination of Livestock 42746 M 9:50am - 3:00pm Phillips, J 2.0 Units Degree Applicable 80-1240

AGRICULTURE: ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE


n AGOR 1 Horticultural Science 3.0 Units (CAN AG08) Degree Applicable, CSU 40004 TTh 9:20am - 10:45am Lannom, D 80-1331 40002 MW 1:45pm - 3:10pm Garwick, J 80-1331 40003 TTh 1:45pm - 3:10pm Garwick, J 80-1331 40005 Th 6:00pm - 9:10pm Dugas, S 80-1331 n AGOR 2 Plant Propagation/Greenhouse Management 3.0 Units (CAN AG10) Degree Applicable, CSU 40006 M 5:30pm - 10:00pm Ramirez, J 80-1200 and arrange 1 hour Ramirez, J 3.0 Units Degree Applicable 40007 M 6:00pm - 9:10pm Johnson, E LA-ARB NOTE: CRN 40007 meets at the Los Angeles County Arboretum, 301 N. Baldwin Avenue, Arcadia. n AGOR 13 Landscape Design 40008 T 5:30pm - 10:00pm and arrange 1 hour 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Scott, B 80-1421 Scott, B n AGOR 5 Park Facilities

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog 42751 arrange 4.7 hours Waters, D 80-2301K NOTE: CRN #42751 - Student must meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301K the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog 42752 arrange 9.4 hours Waters, D 80-2301K NOTE: CRN #42752 - Student must meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301K the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

n AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog 42753 arrange 14.1 hours Waters, D 80-2301K NOTE: CRN #42753 - Student must meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301K the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture 4.0 Units Degree Applicable

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Identifies agricultural pests in Southern California and stresses use, safety, equipment, laws, and regulations of pesticides. 40009 W 5:30pm - 10:00pm Scott, B 80-1421 and arrange 1 hour Scott, B n AGOR 29 Ornamental Plants - Herbaceous 3.0 Units (CAN AG18) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 40010 W 5:30pm - 10:00pm Garwick, J 80-1401 and arrange 1 hour Garwick, J n AGOR 32 Landscaping and Nursery Management 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: AGOR 1 40011 T 5:30pm - 7:34pm Lannom, D 80-1331 and T 7:35pm - 10:00pm Ramirez, J 80-1331 and arrange 1 hour Ramirez, J

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog 42754 arrange 18.8 hours Waters, D 80-2301K NOTE: CRN #42754 - Student must meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301K the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork.

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n AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production and Management 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Introduction to cultivation, maintenance, and management of turfgrasses. Field trips required. 40012 Th 5:30pm - 10:00pm Scott, B 80-1421 and arrange 1 hour Scott, B 80-1421 n AGOR 50 Soil Science and Management 3.0 Units (CAN AG14) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Principles of proper soil management to optimize plant growth, including management of air, water, nutrients and organic matter. 40013 M 5:30pm - 10:00pm Scott, B 80-1421 and arrange 1 hour Scott, B n AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape Equipment Operations 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Selection, operation, repair and maintenance of power equipment used in the landscape industry. 40014 S 9:00am - 2:25pm Pawlak, M F7B n AGOR 54 Small Engine Repair II 42783 Th 5:30pm - 10:00pm and arrange 1 hour 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Pawlak, M 80-1200 Pawlak, M 3.0 Units

n AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations

3.0 Units Degree Applicable

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog 42757 arrange 14.1 hours Ramirez, J F2A NOTE: CRN #42757 - Student must meet with the professor in Bldg. F2A the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations 4.0 Units Degree Applicable

CREDIT: AGRICULTURE / AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog 42758 arrange 18.8 hours Ramirez, J F2A NOTE: CRN #42758 - Student must meet with the professor in F2A the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork.

AGRICULTURE: PET SCIENCE


n AGPE 71 Canine Management 42747 Th 10:00am - 3:25pm 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Hoffman, R 80-1421 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

n AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation - Design and Installation

Degree Applicable, CSU Design and installation of turf and ornamental irrigation systems. 40016 T 5:30pm - 10:00pm Visosky, T 80-1220 and arrange 1 hour Visosky, T n AGOR 63 Landscape Irrigation Systems Management 3.0 Units Degree Applicable 40524 W 5:30pm - 10:00pm Visosky, T 80-1220 and arrange 1 hour Visosky, T n AGOR 64 Landscape Irrigation - Drip and Low Volume 3.0 Units Degree Applicable 40017 Th 5:30pm - 10:00pm Palumbo, D 80-1401 and arrange 1 hour Palumbo, D n AGOR 72 Landscape Hardscape Applications 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 40532 Th 5:30pm - 10:00pm Visosky, T 80-1220 and arrange 1 hour Visosky, T n AGOR 75 Urban Arboriculture 40546 T 5:30pm - 10:00pm and arrange 1 hour Garwick, J Garwick, J 3.0 Units Degree Applicable 80-1401 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable

n AGPE 72 Feline Management Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Cat care and management. 42748 T 6:00pm - 9:10pm

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AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION


n AIRC 11 Welding for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 2.0 Units Degree Applicable Fundamentals of welding related to the field of air conditioning and refrigeration. Entry Level. 41701 Th 6:00pm - 10:15pm Soares, D 69-21 n AIRC 12 Air Conditioning Codes and Standards 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Skills necessary to read and interpret building codes and standards as they apply to air conditioning and refrigeration. Entry Level. 41702 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lane, J 69-21 n AIRC 20 Refrigeration Fundamentals 4.0 Units Degree Applicable Principles and application of mechanical refrigeration based on the refrigeration cycle and associated mechanical components. 41703 MW 9:00am - 12:20pm Anderson, R 69-24 NOTE: CRN 41703 above is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For more information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909-274-4845. 41708 MW 6:40pm - 10:00pm Fay, J 69-24 NOTE: Entry Level. n AIRC 25 Electrical Fundamentals for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 5.0 Units

n AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog 42755 arrange 4.7 hours Ramirez, J F2A NOTE: CRN #42755 - Student must meet with the professor in Bldg. F2A the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog 42756 arrange 9.4 hours Ramirez, J F2A NOTE: CRN #42756 - Student must meet with the professor in Bldg. F2A the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork.

Degree Applicable Electrical principles as applied to air conditioning, refrigeration, and heat pump systems. 41710 TTh 9:00am - 12:20pm Anderson, R 69-22 NOTE: CRN 41710 above is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For more information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909-274-4845. 41712 TTh 6:40pm - 10:00pm Anderson, R 69-22 NOTE: Entry Level.

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n AIRC 61 Building Automation Fundamentals 2.5 Units Advisories: AIRC 20, AIRC 25, AIRC 32, AIRC 34, CISN 22 Degree Applicable Basics of commercial HVAC control theory for electric, pneumatic, and digital controls, process plants and air delivery methods. 41747 MTWTh 8:00am - 12:00pm Richardson, L 69-12 4 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/25/2012 NOTE: CRN 41747 above is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For more information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909274-4845. n AIRC 63 Building Control Networks 3.0 Units Advisories: AIRC 62, CISN 11 Degree Applicable Building Control Network implementation and protocol standards including web based applications. 41748 MTWTh 8:00am - 11:10am Richardson, L 69-12 4 Weeks, Week beginning 03/26/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41748 above is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For more information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909274-4845. n AIRC 65 Building Automation Networks and Programming 3.0 Units Advisories: AIRC 61, AIRC 63, CISN 22, CISW 49 Degree Applicable Programming HVAC direct digital controllers. 41749 MTWTh 8:00am - 12:00pm Richardson, L 69-12 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41749 above is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For more information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909274-4845.

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL


n AIRT 41 Aircraft Recognition and Performance 3.0 Units Advisory: AERO 23 Degree Applicable, CSU Recognition of distinctive identification features of operational aircraft and their performance characteristics. 41587 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Shackelford, S 28B-103 41567 M 3:00pm - 6:10pm Shackelford, S 28B-107 41842 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm STAFF 28B-107 n AIRT 42A Terminal Air Traffic Control 3.0 Units Advisory: AERO 23 and AIRT 41 Degree Applicable, CSU Aircraft control tower operations and terminal radar control 41654 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Shackelford, S 28B-107 n AIRT 42B Enroute Air Traffic Control 3.0 Units Advisory: AERO 23 and AIRT 41 Degree Applicable, CSU Enroute air traffic control including radar and non-radar separation. 41669 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 28B-103 n AIRT 43 Air Traffic Control Team Skills 1.5 Units Advisory: AIRT 42 Degree Applicable, CSU Leadership skills for aviation professionals, with emphasis on air traffic sontrol team skills. 41672 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm STAFF 28B-103 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41760 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm STAFF 28B-103 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n AIRT 47 Work Experience in Air Traffic Control 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog On-the-job experience in an approved FAA work station. 41767 arrange 4.69 hours Rogus, R 28B-101K 15 Weeks, Week beginning 03/15/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: AIRT 47 requires Special Approval. Please contact Robert Rogus in Aeronautics at 909-274-5006 for approval to register for this class.

n AIRC 26 Gas Heating Fundamentals 2.0 Units Advisory: AIRC 12 and AIRC 25 Degree Applicable Theory, operation, and application of natural gas and propane heating systems in resident and light commercial installations. 41713 F 8:00am - 12:20pm Soares, D 69-24 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n AIRC 30 Heat Load Calculations and Design 4.0 Units Advisory: AIRC 20 taken prior Degree Applicable Heat loss, heat gain, equipment selection and duct sizing applied to residential dwelling air conditioning systems. 41714 M 1:00pm - 5:30pm Richardson, L 69-12 n AIRC 31 Commercial Electrical for Air 4.0 Units Conditioning and Refrigeration Advisory: AIRC 25 taken prior Degree Applicable Electrical control of commercial air conditioning and refrigeration equipment as well as troubleshooting three-phase systems. 41719 TTh 1:00pm - 4:10pm Richardson, L 69-22 n AIRC 32A Air Properties and Measurement 1.5 Units Advisory: AIRC 20, AIRC 30 taken prior Degree Applicable Investigates the air-side operating theory and application of comfort cooling systems by addressing psychometric principles. 41721 F 9:00am - 12:10pm Richardson, L 69-21 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n AIRC 34 Advanced Mechanical Refrigeration 4.0 Units Advisory: AIRC 31, AIRC 32A, AIR 32B taken prior Degree Applicable Advanced principles of mechanical air conditioning/refrigeration based on operating characteristics and pressure-enthalpy charts. 41743 TTh 9:00am - 12:20pm Soares, D 69-24

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n AIRM 65B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology 13.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Reciprocating and turbine engine systems and components. Required for FAA powerplant certification. Entry Level. 7:30am - 9:35am Burton, R 28B-209 41894 TWTh and TWTh 9:40am - 12:00pm Burton, R 28A-102 and TWTh 1:00pm - 3:40pm Burton, R 28A-102 and F 7:30am - 11:30am Burton, R 28A-102 NOTE: AIRM 65B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Monday, February 6, 2012, 1:30-2:30 PM in Bldg 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact Robert Burton at 909-274-4762 for further information. 13.0 Units n AIRM 66B Airframe Maintenance Technology Degree Applicable, CSU Airframe systems and components. Required for FAA airframe certification. Entry Level. 7:30am - 9:35am Strope, B 28B-207 41895 TWTh and TWTh 9:40am - 12:00pm Strope, B 28A-102 and TWTh 1:00pm - 3:40pm Strope, B 28A-102 and F 7:30am - 11:30am Tram, V 28A-102 NOTE: AIRM 66B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 2012, 10-11 AM in Bldg 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact Byron Strope at 909-274-4772 for further information. n AIRM 70B Aircraft Maintenance Electricity and Electronics 3.0 Units n AIRM 91A Airframe Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AIRM 70A, AIRM 70B, AIRM 71, AIRM 72, AIRM 73 Aircraft wooden structures, their coverings, finishes, and maintenance. Required for FAA certification. 41913 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Teeguarden, T 28B-207 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Teeguarden, T 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/25/2012 NOTE: AIRM 91A is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AIRM 70A, AIRM 70B, AIRM 71, AIRM 72, AIRM 73 Metals and composite materials used in aircraft construction, maintenance, and repair. Required forFAA certification. 41914 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Estu, M 28B-207 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Estu, M 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 03/26/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: AIRM 91B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. n AIRM 91B Airframe Maintenance Technology

CREDIT: AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

Degree Applicable Advisory: AIRM 72, AIRM 73 (May be taken concurrently) Basic principles of alternating current electricity with emphasis on components and circuits. Required for FAA certification. 41896 M 7:30am - 9:45am Tram, V 28B-207 and M 9:50am - 12:00pm Tram, V 28B-403 and M 1:00pm - 2:55pm Tram, V 28B-403 n AIRM 74 Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2.0 Units Work Experience (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Degree Applicable Prerequisite: AIRM 65A and AIRM 65B or AIRM 66A and AIRM 66B Two units of college credit earned for 120 unpaid or 150 paid work hours under direct supervision at an aircraft maintenance facility. 41897 arrange 11.25 hours Burton, R 28A-102 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41897 AIRM 74 requires Special Approval. Please contact Bob Burton in Aircraft Maintenance at 909-274-4762 for approval to register for this class. 41898 arrange 11.25 hours Yost, D 28A-102 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41898 AIRM 74 requires Special Approval. Please contact David Yost in Aircraft Maintenance at 909-274-4773 for approval to register for this class.

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n AIRM 92A Airframe Maintenance Technology

CREDIT: AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY / ALCOHOL DRUG COUNSELING

3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AIRM 70A, AIRM 70B, AIRM 71, AIRM 72, AIRM 73 Aircraft hydraulic, pneumatic, landing gear, wheel and brake systems. Required for FAA certification . 41915 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Teeguarden, T 28B-207 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Teeguarden, T 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: AIRM 92A is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AIRM 70A, AIRM 70B, AIRM 71, AIRM 72, AIRM 73 Aircraft instrument, fuel storage, and aircraft warning systems. Required for FAA certification. 41916 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Estu, M 28B-207 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Estu, M 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 05/21/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: AIRM 92B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. n AIRM 96A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AIRM 70A, AIRM 70B, AIRM 71, AIRM 72, AIRM 73 Aircraft turbine engine history, construction, thrust formulas, and engine types. Required for FAA certification. 41917 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Yost, D 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/25/2012 NOTE: AIRM 96A is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. n AIRM 96B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AIRM 70A, AIRM 70B, AIRM 71, AIRM 72, AIRM 73 Propeller theory, nomenclature, application, constant speed devices, and propeller controls. Required for FAA certification. 41920 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Yost, D 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 03/26/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: AIRM 96B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. n AIRM 92B Airframe Maintenance Technology

n AIRM 97A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AIRM 70A, AIRM 70B, AIRM 71, AIRM 72, AIRM 73 A FAA approved course covering instrumentation and smoke and fire detection/suppression systems used in small and large aircraft. 41921 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Yost, D 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: AIRM 97A is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. n AIRM 97B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AIRM 70A, AIRM 70B, AIRM 71, AIRM 72, AIRM 73 Aircraft piston and turbine engine fuels and fuel metering systems. Required for FAA certification. 41922 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Yost, D 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 05/21/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: AIRM 97B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information.

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n AD 1 Alcohol/Drug Dependency 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Overview of alcohol/drug use and abuse. Effects onindividuals, families and society. Stereotypes and terminology are examined. 41892 Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Sharpe, P 28B-208 41904 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sharpe, P 28B-208 n AD 2 Physiological Effects of Alcohol/Drugs 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Examines the effects of alcohol/drugs on the human body. Includes tolerance, habituation, cross-tolerance and synergistic effect. Entry Level. 41934 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Emadi, M 28B-208 41935 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Emadi, M 67A-216 n AD 3 Chemical Dependency: Intervention, Treatment and Recovery 3.0 Units

Degree Applicable, CSU Examines techniques used in chemical dependency treatment. Analyzes types of treatment programs and the essentials of recovery. Entry Level. 41938 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Schafer, C 28B-208 41939 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Schafer, C 67A-215 n AD 4 Issues in Domestic Violence 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Examines the history, law and psychology of domestic violence; cultural/ social aspects; relationship to substance abuse. Entry Level. 41941 Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Likens, J 28B-208 41940 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Likens, J 28B-208

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n AD 5 Chemical Dependency: Prevention and Education 1.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Examines success of prevention programs, influence of private and public attitudes, and basic steps for developing a program. Entry Level. 3:00pm - 4:35pm Staley, G 67A-216 41942 F 41957 M 5:10pm - 6:45pm Staley, G 67A-215 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Overview of the complex interactions of mental disorders and chemical dependency. Examines disorders, treatment and aftercare. Entry Level. 11:30am - 2:40pm Smith, J 67A-216 41963 F 41958 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, J 67A-215 n AD 8 Group Process and Leadership 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3 taken prior and AD 4, AD 5, AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Introduces the theory and practice of group counseling, the group process and dynamics of group interaction. 41964 M 3:35pm - 6:45pm Smith, J 28B-208 41965 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, J 28B-208 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3 taken prior and AD 4, AD 5, AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Theory and practice of family counseling, family systems and dynamics, effects of chemical dependency, counseling techniques. 41968 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, J 28B-208 1.5 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3 taken prior and AD 4, AD 5, AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Identify documentation methods required by government regulatory bodies in clinical records. Emphasis on biopsychosocial history. 41905 W 5:10pm - 6:45pm Edmond, D 28B-203 41906 Th 5:10pm - 6:45pm Edmond, D 28B-206 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3 taken prior and AD 4, AD 5, AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Explores crisis intervention, intake and referral methods. Practice active listening, responding, communicating on different levels. 41907 T 3:35pm - 6:45pm Smith, J 67A-206 n AD 13 Internship/Seminar 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU n AD 11 Techniques of Intervention and Referral n AD 10 Client Record and Documentation n AD 9 Family Counseling n AD 6 Dual Diagnosis

taken prior and AD 8, AD 9, AD 10, AD 11 taken prior or concurrently Enhances abi Credit: Contents Noncredit: Two-semester sequence, field work training, emphasis on personal growth, Contents in e accuracy interviewing skills, professionalism and group process. 121618 MW 123974 M 2:15 pm - 3:50 pm Smith, E 28B-209 8W and arrange 6.56 hours n AD 14 Advanced Internship/Seminar Smith, E 4.0 HOSP Units 121619 TTh 123975 T 5:10 pm - 6:45 pm Sharpe, P 28B-207 Degree Applicable, CSU 8W Smith, E HOSP (May be taken andPass/No Pass Only) for arrange 6.56 hours 121628 TTh Advisory: AD 10 and AD 13 I AD 14 Advanced Internship/Seminar 3.5 Units 8W Second semester course focusing on applying values, concepts and skills Degree Appropriate, CSU learned to help chemically dependent persons. (May be taken for Credit/No Credit only.) I AMLA 23S 41929 M 2:15pm 28B-209 Advisory: AD 10 and AD 13 - 3:50pm Smith, E and arrange 7.88 hours Smith, E HOSP Second semester course focusing on applying values, concepts and skills (May be taken NOTE: AD 14 requires Special Approval. Please Paul Sharpe in Public learned to help chemically dependent persons. (May be taken Services at 909-274-4654 for approval to register for this class. 123978 M 4:30 pm - 6:05 pm Sharpe, P 28B-203 41932 W 5:50pm - 6:45pm Sharpe, P 28B-204 Advisory: Elig and arrange 6.56 hours Sharpe, P HOSP and arrange 7.88 hours Sharpe, P HOSP Enhances the 123979 W 5:10 pm - 6:45 pm Sharpe, P 28B-209 formally in a NOTE: AD 14 requires Special Approval. Please Paul Sharpe in Public and arrange 6.56 hours Sharpe, P HOSP Services at 909-274-4654 for approval to register for this class. 121620 TTh

AMERICAN LANGUAGE AMERICAN LANGUAGE

ENGLISH PLACEMENT

AWE *
ESL* * LERN 81* *

8W 121617 TTh 8W 121627 TTh 8W

I AMLA 24

AMLA 41W AMLA 42W AMLA 43W

ENGL 67 ENGL 68 ENGL 1A ENGL 1B / ENGL 1C / LIT

(May be taken (May be taken Intermediate American idio 121615 MW 121629 MW 8W

I AMLA 31R

Language Usage. It is required for placement in English classes (including LERN, AMLA, and ESL classes), Business English classes, admission to the Health Science Program and all courses requiring English eligibility. * * Students may enroll in ESL (English as a Second Language) and LERN (for native speakers) without taking the AWE. American Language Department courses are specifically designed to meet American Language Department courses are specifically designed to meet the needs of the students whose native (first) language is not English. The the needs of the students whose native (first) language is not English. The entering non-native speaker of English is placed into the appropriate writing entering non-native speaker of English is placed into the appropriate writing level based on the AWE. level based on the AWE. n AMLA 21S Accent Reduction I AMLA 21S Accent Reduction

* Assessment of Written English Test a test of your abilities in

(May be taken (May be taken Prerequisite: successfu Basic reading 121589 MW

I AMLA 32R

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3, AD 4, AD 5, AD 6, and six units of Restricted Electives taken prior and AD 8, AD 9, AD 10, AD 11 taken prior or concurrently Two-semester sequence, field work training, emphasis on personal growth, interviewing skills, professionalism and group process. 41908 M 2:15pm - 3:50pm Smith, E 28B-209 and arrange 7.88 hours Smith, E HOSP NOTE: AD 13 requires Special Approval. Please Paul Sharpe in Public Services at 909-274-4654 for approval to register for this class. 41909 T 5:10pm - 6:45pm Sharpe, P 28B-206 and arrange 7.88 hours Staley, G HOSP NOTE: AD 13 requires Special Approval. Please Paul Sharpe in Public Services at 909-274-4654 for approval to register for this class.

2.0 Units 2 Units Not Degree Applicable Pre-Collegiate (May be taken for times of Letter (May be taken two optionfor credit.) grade or Pass/NoPass) Pronunciation and listening for grade or Credit/No Credit.) (May be taken for option of letter non-native speakers with emphasis on accent reduction. Pronunciation and listening for non-native speakers with emphasis on 41639 MW 8:15am - 9:20am Hill Enriquez, E 66-209 accent reduction. 41640 TTh 12:00pm - 1:05pm Hill Enriquez, E 66-209 121614 TTh 8:30 am - -9:35 am Hill-Enriquez, E 66-209 41641 M 7:30pm 9:35pm Giles, N 66-209 121616 MW 9:50 am - 11:55 am Hill-Enriquez, E 66-248 n AMLA 22S American Language 8 Weeks, Week Beginning 02/23/2009 Ending 04/19/2009 2.0 Units Interpersonal Communication 121626 MW 7:00 pm - 9:05 pm Giles, N 66-209 Not Degree Applicable 8 Weeks, Week Beginning 02/23/2009 Ending 04/19/2009 (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Enhances ability of non-native speakers to communicate with confidence and accuracy in everyday and academic situations. Registration for C 41642 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Hill Enriquez, E 66-209 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012

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n AMLA 23S American Language Formal Speaking 2.0 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: Eligibility for AMLA 41W Enhances the ability of non-native speakers to listen effectively and speak formally in a variety of situations. 41643 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Hill Enriquez, E 66-209 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n AMLA 31R American Language Basic Reading 4.0 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on appropriate Reading Placement Test or successful completion of noncredit ESL Level 4 Basic reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers. 41546 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Stokes, N 26A-2610 n AMLA 32R American Language Intermediate Reading 4.0 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Successful completion of AMLA 31R, or satisfactory score on appropriate Reading Placement Test, or successful completion of noncredit ESL levels 5, 6, or VESL Intermediate reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers. 41548 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Bjorck, S 66-209 n AMLA 33R American Language Advanced Reading 4.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Successful completion of AMLA 32R or satisfactory score on appropriate Reading Placement Test Advanced reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers. 41553 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Bro, G 66-246 41556 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Bro, G 66-246 NOTE: CRN 41556 is linked to ENGL 68 (CRN 41682). 41558 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Leader, J 66-246 4.0 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or successful completion of noncredit ESL Level 4 Advisory: AMLA 31R taken prior or concurrently Basic grammar and writing for non-native speakers. 41584 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Stokes, N 26A-2610 41588 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Habayeb, O 66-209 n AMLA 42W American Language Intermediate Writing 4.0 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or successful completion of AMLA 41W or noncredit ESL level 5 or 6 or VESL Advisory: AMLA 32R taken prior or concurrently Intermediate grammar and writing for non-native speakers. 41589 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Mezaki, B 66-222 41626 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Mezaki, B 66-222 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41624 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Hill Enriquez, E 66-228 41625 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Stokes, N 26A-2610 41627 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Stokes, N 26A-2610 41628 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Habayeb, O 66-222 41629 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Giles, N 66-246 n AMLA 41W American Language Basic Writing

n AMLA 43W American Language Advanced Writing 4.0 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or successful completion of AMLA 42W Advisory: AMLA 33R taken prior or concurrently Advanced grammar and writing for non-native speakers. 41630 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Stokes, N 26A-2610 41631 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Stokes, N 26A-2610 41632 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Mezaki, B 66-222 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41633 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Casian, E 66-246 41634 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Mezaki, B 66-222 41635 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Mezaki, B 66-222 41636 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Leader, J 66-246 41638 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Heinicke, D 66-246 41637 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Heinicke, D 66-222 n AMLA 60 American Language Verb Review III 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Spoken and written practice in gerunds, infinitives, and participles for nonnative English students. 41644 MW 8:15am - 9:20am Mezaki, B 66-222 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n AMLA 61 American Language Word Forms 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Spoken and written practice in noun, verb, adjective, and adverb word forms for non-native English students. 41646 MW 8:15am - 9:20am Mezaki, B 66-222 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY


n ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to gross and microscopic structure of the human body. 40466 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Scott, S 7-1120 and M 9:45am - 12:55pm Scott, S 60-2503 40478 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Scott, S 7-1120 and W 9:45am - 12:55pm Scott, S 60-2503 40483 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Scott, S 7-1120 and T 9:45am - 12:55pm Scott, S 60-2503 40484 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Scott, S 7-1120 and Th 9:45am - 12:55pm Scott, S 60-2503 40489 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Saleh, M 11-2312 and T 1:15pm - 4:25pm Saleh, M 60-2503 40490 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Saleh, M 11-2312 and Th 1:15pm - 4:25pm Saleh, M 60-2503 40486 MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Meyer, E 11-2312 and M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Meyer, E 60-2503 40488 MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Meyer, E 11-2312 and W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Caldani, P 60-2503 n ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: ANAT 10A or ANAT 35 Advisory: CHEM 10 or CHEM 40 Introduction to the functions of and interactions between human organ systems. 40503 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Shea, N 7-1120 and M 11:30am - 2:40pm Shea, N 60-2515 40508 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Shea, N 7-1120 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Shea, N 60-2515 40529 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm Serbia, E 7-1120 and T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Cox, S 60-2515 40534 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm Serbia, E 7-1120 and Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Serbia, E 60-2515

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n ANAT 35 Human Anatomy 5.0 Units (CAN BIOL10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN BIOL SEQ B Prerequisite: BIOL 1 or BIOL 4 or BIOL 4H Structure of organ systems at the gross, subgross,and microscopic levels based on human material and dissection of the cat. 40584 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Oropeza, R 60-2511 and MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Oropeza, R 7-1104 40603 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Rexach, C 60-2511 and TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm STAFF 7-1120 40591 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Presch, M 7-1104 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Presch, M 60-2511 40596 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Presch, M 7-1104 and MW 3:00pm - 6:10pm Presch, M 60-2511 40665 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Aasi, F 11-2406 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Pascoe, V 60-2511 40585 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Anderson, A 7-1104 and MW 1:15pm - 4:25pm STAFF 60-2503 40609 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Anderson, A 7-1104 and TTh 3:00pm - 6:10pm Anderson, A 60-2511 40667 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm STAFF 7-1104 and MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 60-2511 40668 TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Heney, H 7-1104 and TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Marella, D 60-2511 40674 TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Heney, H 7-1104 and TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Heney, H 60-2503 n ANAT 36 Human Physiology 5.0 Units (CAN BIOL12) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN BIOL SEQ B Prerequisite: ANAT 35, and CHEM 10 or CHEM 40 Human physiology at the cellular and molecular level of all organ systems, including regulation and integration. 40708 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Pascoe, V 60-2515 and MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Pascoe, V 11-2406 40716 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Wright, C 60-2515 and TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Wright, C 11-2406 40720 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Presch, M 7-1120 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Presch, M 60-2515 40710 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Pascoe, V 11-2406 and MW 3:00pm - 6:10pm Pascoe, V 60-2515 40717 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Wright, C 11-2406 and TTh 3:00pm - 6:10pm Wright, C 60-2515 40816 MW 5:20pm - 6:45pm Anderson, A 7-1120 and MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Anderson, A 60-2515 n ANAT 40B Human Prosection 2.0 Units Prerequisite: ANAT 40A Degree Applicable, CSU Techniques for human prosectin. Organ systems, blood vessels, and nerves. 42840 TTh 3:00pm - 6:10pm Pascoe, V / Rexach, C 60-2503A

n ANTH 1L Biological Anthropology Laboratory 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: ANTH 1 or ANTH 1H (may have been taken previously) Hands-on experience with the subject matter of ANTH 1. 40922 F 8:00am - 11:10am Borella, F 60-2620 40920 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Padua, S 60-2620 n ANTH 3 Archaeology 3.0 Units (CAN ANTH06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Methods and applications of the study of human prehistory and ancient cultures. 41003 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Lawlor, E 60-2620 41001 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Lawlor, E 60-2620 n ANTH 5 Principles of Cultural Anthropology 3.0 Units (CAN ANTH04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Social Science majors. Anthropological approach to study of human behavior; cross-cultural, comparative, evolutionary perspective. 41017 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Rachele, S 61-2312 n ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to nature of culture. May satisfy the cultural diversity requirement at transfer universities. 40987 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Padua, S 60-2620 40988 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Borella, F 61-2312 40986 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Nightwine-Robinson, D 60-2620 n ANTH 30 The Native American 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Origins, adaptations, and contemporary issues of Native Americans. 41009 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Borella, F 61-2312

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ARABIC
n ARAB 1 Elementary Arabic 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC For students without previous exposure to Modern Arabic. Focuses on script, pronunciation, basic grammar and vocabulary. 42679 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Atalla, S 80-1220

ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY
n ARCH 10 Design I - Elements of Design 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Basic architectural design (level I) including 2D and 3D design, visualization, design process, and presentations. Entry Level. 40670 MW 7:50am - 11:00am Sardinas, I 28B-305 40700 TTh 12:00pm - 3:10pm Sardinas, I 28B-305 40701 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Kuroki, H 28B-305 n ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

ANTHROPOLOGY
n ANTH 1 Biological Anthropology 3.0 Units (CAN ANTH02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Evolutionary biology of primates, including and focusing on humans. 40874 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Borella, F 61-2312 40877 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Padua, S 60-2620 40879 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Lawlor, E 60-2620 40890 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Lawlor, E 60-2620 40883 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Rachele, S 60-2620 40887 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Lawlor, E 60-2620 40889 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Wills, L 60-2620 n ANTH 1H Biological Anthropology - Honors 3.0 Units (CAN ANTH02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course for accelerated students. See ANTH 1 for topics covered. May not receive credit for both ANTH 1 and ANTH 1H. 40899 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Borella, F 61-2312

Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Architectural drawing techniques, including graphic standards, scales, orthographic, paraline, and perspective projections. 40704 TTh 7:50am - 11:00am Perkins, R 28B-312 40703 MW 3:40pm - 6:50pm Ho, R 28B-312 40705 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lim, C 28B-312 n ARCH 12 Architectural Materials and Specifications 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Building materials and specifications used in architecture and construction. Including field trips and lab. 40711 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Fields, G 28B-310

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n ARCH 13 Architectural Illustration

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

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Advisory: ARCH 11 Architectural and interior illustrations including perspectives and other pictorials; shade/shadow and color applications. 40712 MW 7:50am - 11:00am Perkins, R 28B-312 n ARCH 14 Building and Zoning Codes 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: ARCH 11 or equivalent experience Building and zoning code requirements for approval processes of architectural design, plan check, and building permits. 40714 T 3:40pm - 6:50pm Ho, R 28B-310 n ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings - I 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: ARCH 11, ARCH 12, ARCH 14, and eligibility for MATH 51 Architectural working drawings and construction documents for light frame (Type V) construction. 40725 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Netsawang, P 28B-305 n ARCH 16 Basic CAD and Computer Application 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Basic CAD (Computer Aided Design and Drafting) and computer applications (such as AutoCAD, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). 40727 TTh 12:00pm - 3:10pm Ho, R 28B-301B 40822 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 28B-301B 40824 S 10:00am - 4:20pm STAFF 28B-301A NOTE: Current software used: AutoCAD 2012, Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint. n ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Advisory: ARCH 11 or ARCH 16 3-D CAD and BIM for Architectural design development. Portfolio will be produced. 40869 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ho, R 28B-301A 40870 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Bohigian, C 28B-301A NOTE: Current software used for ARCH 18: AutoCAD Architecture 2012 and REVIT Architecture 2012. n ARCH 21 Design II - Architectural Design 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

ART: ANIMATION
n ANIM 101A Drawing - Gesture and Figure 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Drawing the human form to develop the basic visual mechanics of motion and gesture. 40971 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Brown, R 1A-4 n ANIM 101C Figure Gesture - Design 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Advisory: ARCH 10, ARCH 11, ARCH 13 Architectural design (level II) including design process, methods, and presentations of small building designs. 40884 TTh 3:40pm - 6:50pm Sardinas, I 28B-305 n ARCH 23 Architectural Presentations 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: ANIM 101A Sketching the human figure with emphasis on personal interpretation, expression, and media exploration. Materials Fee: $5.00 40973 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Brown, R 1A-4 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Basic drawing skills and techniques with emphasis on construction, form, perspective, and gesture directed toward animation. 40975 F 9:45am - 4:05pm Dubiel, J 1B/C-5 40977 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Donahue, J 1A-4 n ANIM 108 Principles of Animation 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Principles of drawing for traditional animation concentrating on the mechanics of movement, timing, and emotion. 41061 TTh 12:00pm - 3:10pm Rivas, H 1B/C-3 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU n ANIM 104 Drawing Fundamentals

Advisory: ARCH 10, ARCH 11 taken prior Architectural presentations including model making, board layouts using hand-drawn and computer-aided techniques. 40891 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Sardinas, I / Kuroki, H 28B-305 n ARCH 29 Design IV - Advanced Project 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: ARCH 23, ARCH 27 or equivalent experience Architectural design (level IV) - larger design projects, including portfolio development. 40893 T 12:00pm - 3:10pm Mahmood, S 28B-310 and Th 12:00pm - 3:10pm Perkins, R 28B-310 n ARCH 32 World Architecture II 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC World architecture from the Renaissance through today. 40895 T 12:00pm - 3:10pm Perkins, R 28B-312

n ANIM 115 Storyboarding

Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Storyboarding with emphasis on storytelling, cinematography, drawing, and notation as it relates to the animation industry. 41058 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Rivas, H 1B/C-3

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n ANIM 116 Character Development

1.5 Units Degree Applicable

n ANIM 146 Advanced 3-D Animation

3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Techniques for the development of animated characters including back story, personality, body language, posing, and model sheets. 41087 F 12:00pm - 3:10pm Brown, R 1B/C-3 n ANIM 117 Animation Background Layout 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: ANIM 132 Animation of pre-selected 3-D dynamic environment project, development of characteristics and personality of 3-D characters. 41114 S 9:45am - 4:05pm Thankamushy, S 1A-1 n ANIM 172 Motion Graphics, Compositing and 3.0 Units Visual Effects Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ARTC 70 Elements of moiton graphics: design, typography, animation, composting, visual effects and editing. 41095 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Piedra, D 1A-1 n ANIM 175 Web Animation With Flash 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

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Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Layout design and background creation for animation. 41086 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm STAFF

1B/C-3

n ANIM 130 Introduction to 3-D Computer Animation 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Introduction to 3-D animation, covering the basics in designing, modeling, and animating in 3-D, using the Alias MAYA software. 41103 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Wilson, K 1A-1 41101 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Wilson, K 1A-1 41105 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Shipman, H 1A-1 n ANIM 131 Introduction to Gaming 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite: ARTC 70 or ARTC 100 Principles of animation using Adobe Flash for web and multimedia. 41088 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Dunipace, T 1B/C-1

Prerequisite: GRAP 10 The field of game design including the principles, tools and strategies for designing various types of games. 41093 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Rivas, H 1A-1 n ANIM 136 Animation Environment Layout 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

ART: BASIC STUDIO ARTS


n ARTB 1 Understanding the Visual Arts 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Advisory: ANIM 130 and ANIM 132 Create a digital 3D environment. Design, model, texture, and light an environment for a computer game, TV program or film. 41108 TTh 1:20pm - 4:30pm Wilson, K 1A-1

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Visual art forms in various historical periods and cultures. Students may not earn credit for both ARTB 1 and AHIS 1. 40516 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Alexander, C 1B/C-12 n ARTB 14 Basic Studio Arts 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 An entry level course designed for non-art majors emphasizing creative expression through the visual and applied arts. 40598 MW 9:45am - 12:55pm Falzone, M 1B/C-5 40600 MW 1:15pm - 4:25pm Park, B 1B/C-5 40601 TTh 3:30pm - 6:40pm Jacobs, G 1B/C-5

ART: GALLERY AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES


n ARTG 20 Art, Artists and Society 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Art and artists studied through lectures and required field trips. Public art display, exhibition, art movements and styles. 40604 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Miller, M 1B/C-12 n ARTG 22A Exhibition Design and Art Gallery Operation Work Experience 1.0 Unit

Degree Applicable (May be taken four times for credit) Prerequisite: ARTG 21B Provides on-the-job experience in exhibition design and art gallery operation. 41041 arrange 4.5 hours Miller, M 1B/C-5

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n ARTC 100 Graphic Design I 3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: ARTD 15A, ARTD 20, or PHOT 4 Contemporary graphic design for the commercial arts industry. Software: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator. 41118 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Nelson, M 1B/C-1 41119 TTh 12:00pm - 3:10pm Burgoon, S 1B/C-1 41120 TTh 3:35pm - 6:45pm Burgoon, S 1B/C-1 41121 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Megowan, J 1B/C-1

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Prerequisite: ARTC 70 ir ARTC 100 Digital illustration, design, skills and concepts working with vector art. Software: Adobe Illustrator. 41126 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Rivas, M 1B/C-1 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Corequisite: ARTD 20 or ARTD 15A or ARTD 17A or ANIM 101 or ANIM 104 (may have been taken previously) Introduction to contemporary illustration using a variety of techniques, media, and approaches in painting and drawing. 41129 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Batcheller, K 1B/C-3 n ARTC 200 Web Design 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTC 100 Degree Applicable Design, usability, productino and marketing of web site development. Software: Adobe DreamWeaver, Flash. 41130 F 9:45am - 4:05pm Howland, T 1B/C-1 n ARTC 220 Graphic Design IV 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTC 100 Degree Applicable AdvisoryARTC 140 Advanced graphic design concepts and skills workign with Adobe Photoshop and other graphic design applications. 41131 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Burgoon, S 1B/C-1 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 15 semester units in one of the following programs: Graphic Design, Illustration, Animation, Web Design, Architectural Design, Art, Fashion Merchandising, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Photography or Computer Graphics. Selection and assembly of a visual arts portfolio, including digital and multimedia formats, for entering profession or transfer. 41132 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Rivas, H 1B/C-1 n ARTC 290 Portfolio n ARTC 165 Illustration

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Clay, glazes and firing through projects and analysis, using hand building and the wheel. 40620 F 9:00am - 3:20pm Queen, K 1A-10 40617 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Lewis, N 1A-10 40615 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Rubenstein, S 1A-10 40616 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Rubenstein, S 1A-10 40619 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Misanchuk, R 1A-10 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ARTS 30A Second course in clay, glazes and firing through projects and analysis of form. Field trip required. 40669 F 9:00am - 3:20pm Queen, K 1A-10 40662 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Lewis, N 1A-10 40664 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Misanchuk, R 1A-10 n ARTS 31A Ceramics: Intermediate 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTS 30B Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Integrating materials and design through advanced problems in the techniques of clay construction, glazing and firing. 40699 F 9:00am - 3:20pm Queen, K 1A-10 40694 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Rubenstein, S 1A-10 n ARTS 31B Ceramics: Intermediate 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTS 31A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advanced problems in clay design and construction. Emphasis on integrating form and content, glazes and firing processes. 40747 F 9:00am - 3:20pm Queen, K 1A-10 40739 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Rubenstein, S 1A-10 n ARTS 33 Ceramics: Hand Construction 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to clay using hand building techniques, glazes and firing through projects and their analysis. 40755 S 9:00am - 3:20pm Stovall Dennis, K 1A-10 n ARTS 30B Ceramics: Beginning II

n ARTS 30A Ceramics: Beginning I

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n ARTZ 50 Specialized Studio-Art Studies 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of all courses within a given art emphasis Allows the student to pursue more advanced and complex studio projects and experiments. 41029 MW 8:00am - 10:00am Brown, R 1A-4 40999 TTh 8:00am - 10:00am Sciore, D 1B/C-3 41011 F 8:00am - 11:05am Brown, R 1A-7 40991 TTh 9:45am - 11:45am Lewis, N 1A-10 40994 MW 12:00pm - 2:00pm Alexander, C 1A-7 41000 MW 12:00pm - 2:00pm Brown, R 1A-4 41004 TTh 1:15pm - 3:15pm Stubbs, T 1A-4 41021 TTh 1:15pm - 3:15pm Hagner, D 1A-3 40979 MW 3:30pm - 5:30pm Rubenstein, S 1A-10 40996 MW 3:30pm - 5:30pm Deines, C 1A-7 41024 MW 3:30pm - 5:30pm Hagner, D 1A-3 41008 TTh 7:00pm - 9:00pm Weatherly, M 1A-4 41018 TTh 7:00pm - 9:00pm Clapp, D 1B/C-6 40985 S 9:00am - 1:15pm Stovall Dennis, K 1A-10

n ARTS 40A Sculpture: Beginning 3.0 Units (CAN ART12) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Overview of approaches to sculptural design. Explores creative expression through technique and materials. 40770 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Alexander, C 1A-7 40778 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Deines, C 1A-7 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ARTS 40A Advanced projects in subtractive, additive and manipulative approaches. 40764 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Alexander, C 1A-7 40785 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Deines, C 1A-7 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ARTS 40A Advanced projects in stone or wood carving using hand, power and pneumatic tools. Emphasis is on individual interpretation. 40793 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Alexander, C 1A-7 40797 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Deines, C 1A-7 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Modeling from the human figure with emphasis on composition, gesture, motion and human anatomy as it informs sculptural form. 40802 TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Alexander, C 1A-7 n ARTS 41A Sculpture: Life n ARTS 40C Sculpture: Carving n ARTS 40B Sculpture: Beginning

ART: THREE-DIMENSIONAL STUDIO ARTS


n ARTS 22 Design: Three-Dimensional 3.0 Units (CAN ART16) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Three-dimensional design concepts and forming processes will be practiced using a variety of materials. 40606 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Deines, C 1A-7 40607 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Deines, C 1A-7 64

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n ARTS 41B Sculpture: Life 3.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: ARTS 41A Advanced projects in figure and human anatomy. Students who repeat this course develop perceptual and technical skills. 40812 TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Alexander, C 1A-7

n ARTD 23A Drawing: Head and Hands 1.5 Units Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Contemporary and traditional approaches to constructing images of the human head and hands. 40880 F 8:00am - 11:10am Brown, R 1A-4 n ARTD 23C Drawing: Expressive Heads and Hands 1.5 Units Prerequisite: ARTD 23 Degree Applicable Explores contemporary and traditional approaches to drawing the head and hands, emphasis on media exploration. 40881 F 8:00am - 11:10am Brown, R 1A-4 n ARTD 25A Beginning Painting I 3.0 Units (CAN ART10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Development of basic paint applications focusing on the formal elements of composition, light logic, and color. Materials Fee: $5.00 40894 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Benner Davis, C 1B/C-6 40900 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Pedersen, K 1B/C-6 40906 TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Pedersen, K 1B/C-6 40911 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Pedersen, K 1B/C-6 40918 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Clapp, D 1B/C-6 n ARTD 25B Beginning Painting II 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTD 25A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Creation of large paintings through various styles including mixed media. Materials Fee: $5.00 40924 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Benner Davis, C 1B/C-6 40934 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Pedersen, K 1B/C-6 40935 TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Pedersen, K 1B/C-6 40937 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Clapp, D 1B/C-6 n ARTD 26A Intermediate Painting I 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTD 25B Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Creation of large works focusing on conceptual issues and art historical influences. Materials Fee: $5.00 40939 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Benner Davis, C 1B/C-6 40940 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Pedersen, K 1B/C-6 40941 TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Pedersen, K 1B/C-6 40942 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Clapp, D 1B/C-6 n ARTD 26B Intermediate Painting II 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTD 26A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Development of a personal style focusing on conceptual issues and art historical influences. Materials Fee: $5.00 40944 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Benner Davis, C 1B/C-6 40945 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Pedersen, K 1B/C-6 40947 TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Pedersen, K 1B/C-6 40949 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Clapp, D 1B/C-6 n ARTD 43A Introduction to Printmaking 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Creative techniques in fine art printmaking using relief and intaglio processes. Field trips may be required. 40951 TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Hagner, D 1A-3 n ARTD 45A Printmaking: Introduction to Screenprinting 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Creative techniques in fine art screenprint printmaking. Including aesthetics, historical context, and role in contemporary society. Field trips may be required. 40952 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Hagner, D 1A-3 n ARTD 99 Figure Drawing Special Studies 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable Prerequisite: ARTD 17A, ANIM 101A, or ARTD 23A Figure drawing projects emphasizing individual creative direction. 41033 arrange 6.75 hours Brown, R 1A-4 41034 arrange 6.75 hours STAFF 1A-4 41035 arrange 6.75 hours Stubbs, T 1A-4

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n ARTD 15A Drawing: Beginning 3.0 Units (CAN ART08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC An entry level course emphasizing creative expression through the use of drawing media. 40817 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Butler, T 1B/C-4 40820 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Butler, T 1B/C-4 40842 F 9:45am - 4:05pm Chou, K 1B/C-4 40821 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Hagner, D 1B/C-4 40835 TTh 12:00pm - 3:10pm Kauk, M 1B/C-4 40844 TTh 12:00pm - 3:10pm Brown, D 1B/C-5 40837 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Butler, T 1B/C-4 40839 TTh 3:30pm - 6:40pm Monk, N 1B/C-4 40840 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Impert, W 1B/C-4 40841 S 9:45am - 4:05pm Ketcham, C 1B/C-4 n ARTD 15B Drawing: Intermediate 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTD 15A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Drawing course emphasizing perceptual and technical skills to compose in dry and fluid media in black, white and color. 40850 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Alexander, C 1A-4 n ARTD 16 Drawing: Perspective 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Principles of linear perspective drawing for artists: depth measuring systems, shadows, reflection, composition, and design. 40851 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Sciore, D 1B/C-3 n ARTD 17A Drawing: Life 3.0 Units (CAN ART24) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Explores both contemporary and traditional approaches to sketching/ drawing the human figure. 40856 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Brown, R 1A-4 40858 TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Stubbs, T 1A-4 40860 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Weatherly, M 1A-4 n ARTD 17B Drawing: Life 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTD 17A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Extends and expands the principles and techniques introduced in ARTD 17A. 40862 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Brown, R 1A-4 40863 TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Stubbs, T 1A-4 40865 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Weatherly, M 1A-4 n ARTD 20 Design: Two Dimensional 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC A core course in two-dimensional composition construction using the elements and principles of art and design. 40872 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Runyen, A 1A-3 40871 TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Wasson, S 1A-3 40875 TTh 3:30pm - 6:40pm STAFF 1B/C-3 40876 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Rohlander, N 1A-3 40873 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Kahn, J 1B/C-3

n ARTD 21 Design: Color and Composition 3.0 Units (CAN ART22) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: ARTD 20 Color theory applied to design and composition as used by all disciplines of the arts. 40878 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Wasson, S 1A-3

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n AHIS 1 Understanding the Visual Arts 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Fundamentals of visual art forms and the role art plays in various historical periods and cultures. 41399 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Hight, D 26D-2220 41409 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Byce, J 26D-2220 42448 M 02/27 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and W 03/14 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and W 04/11 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and W 05/09 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and arrange 4.5 hours Esslinger, S ONLINE 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: CRN 42448 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Esslinger at either: sesslinger@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42449 M 02/27 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and W 03/14 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and W 04/11 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and W 05/09 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and arrange 4.5 hours Esslinger, S ONLINE 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: CRN 42449 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Esslinger at either: sesslinger@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41402 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Caldwell, E 26D-2220 42450 T 02/28 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and T 03/13 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and T 04/03 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and T 04/17 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and arrange 6.75 hours Hernandez, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42450 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Hernandez at either: chernandez@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

T 02/28 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 T 03/13 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 T 04/03 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 T 04/17 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and arrange 6.75 hours Hernandez, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42451 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Hernandez at either: chernandez@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n AHIS 3 History of Women and Gender in Art 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Historical and global survey, covering the role ofwomen artists and the representation of gender incultural creation/production. 41405 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Patton, J 26D-2220 n AHIS 4 History of Western Art: Prehistoric Through Gothic 3.0 Units (CAN ART02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN ART SEQ A Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Western art from Prehistoric through Gothic periods; relationship of visual art forms to each other and to the cultural context. 41406 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Hight, D 26D-2220 41407 T 1:15pm - 4:25pm Hernandez, C 26D-2220 n AHIS 5 History of Western Art: Renaissance 3.0 Units Through Modern (CAN ART04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN ART SEQ A Western art from Renaissance through Modern periods; relationship of visual art forms to each other and to the cultural context. 41410 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am STAFF 26D-2220 41412 TTh 8:15pm - 9:40pm Esslinger, S 26D-2220 n AHIS 5H History of Western Art: Renaissance 3.0 Units Through Modern - Honors (CAN ART04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN ART SEQ A Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Western art from the Renaissance through Modern periods. May not receive credit for both AHIS 5 and AHIS 5H. 42764 TTh 6:30pm - 7:55pm Esslinger, S 26D-2220 16 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n AHIS 9 History of Asian Art 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Asian artistic traditions studied within their religious and cultural contexts. 41415 F 8:30am - 11:40am Moon, G 26D-2220

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n AHIS 12 History of Precolumbian Art 3.0 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Arts of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and Andean South America (including Maya, Aztecs, and Inca) studied in their cultural contexts. 41417 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Hernandez, C 26D-2220 n AHIS 12H History of Precolumbian Art - Honors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course covering the arts of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and Andean South America. 41421 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hernandez, C 26D-2220

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n ASTR 5 Introduction to Astronomy 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

BIOLOGY
n BIOL 1 General Biology 4.0 Units Prerequisite: ENGL 67 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: READ 90 Major principles and concepts of biology for the non-science major. 42138 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Kido, J 11-2402 and M 9:45am - 12:55pm STAFF 7-1108 42141 MW 8:00am - 9:25am STAFF 11-2402 and W 9:45am - 12:55pm STAFF 7-1108 42146 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Voda, M 11-2402 and T 9:45am - 12:55pm Voda, M 7-1108 42152 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Voda, M 11-2402 and Th 9:45am - 12:55pm Voda, M 7-1108 42161 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Vail, D 61-2320 and M 12:00pm - 3:10pm Vail, D 7-1111 42163 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Vail, D 61-2320 and W 12:00pm - 3:10pm Vail, D 7-1111 42430 M 9:45am - 12:55pm Revell, T 7-1115 arrange 3.4 hours Revell, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42430 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Revell at either: TRevell@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42166 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Kido, J 11-2402 and T 12:00pm - 3:10pm Kido, J 7-1111 42170 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Kido, J 11-2402 and Th 12:00pm - 3:10pm Kido, J 7-1111 42182 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Schmidt, S 11-2402 and M 1:15pm - 4:25pm Schmidt, S 7-1115 42186 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Schmidt, S 11-2402 and W 1:15pm - 4:25pm Schmidt, S 7-1115 42194 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Bava, J 61-2320 and T 1:15pm - 4:25pm Bava, J 7-1108 42197 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Bava, J 61-2320 and Th 1:15pm - 4:25pm Bava, J 7-1108 42402 WF 11:30am - 12:55pm Poehner, W 61-2320 and F 8:00am - 11:10am Poehner, W 7-1111 42404 WF 11:30am - 12:55pm Poehner, W 61-2320 and F 1:15pm - 4:25pm Poehner, W 7-1111 42206 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hollenshead, M 11-2402 and M 3:30pm - 6:40pm Hollenshead, M 7-1111 42276 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hollenshead, M 11-2402 and W 3:30pm - 6:40pm Hollenshead, M 7-1111 42280 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Kinnes, S 11-2402 and T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Kinnes, S 7-1111 42286 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Kinnes, S 11-2402 and Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Mc Cabe, D 7-1111 42325 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Caldani, P 11-2402 and M 5:15pm - 8:25pm Caldani, P 7-1108 42387 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Caldani, P 11-2402 and W 5:15pm - 8:25pm STAFF 7-1108 42440 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Revell, T 7-1115 arrange 3.4 hours Revell, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42440 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Revell at either: TRevell@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42388 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm STAFF 11-2402 and T 5:15pm - 8:25pm STAFF 7-1108 42389 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm STAFF 11-2402 and Th 5:15pm - 8:25pm STAFF 7-1108

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Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Introductory survey of the Universe. Enroll in ASTR 5L to receive laboratory science credit. Field trips may be required. 42492 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Rhee, J 11-2119 42495 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Rhee, J 11-2119 42493 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Hood, M 11-2119 42496 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Christopher, M 60-1306 NOTE: CRN 42496 above is linked to ASTR 5L (CRN 42507) 42497 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Christopher, M 11-2119 42499 W 11:30am - 2:40pm Hood, M 61-1420 42500 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hood, M 11-2119 42498 M 3:00pm - 6:10pm Kamiya, K 11-2119 42502 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Kamiya, K 11-2119 n ASTR 5H Introduction to Astronomy - Honors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A; acceptance into Honors Program Survey of the Universe - Honors. Enroll in ASTR 5L to receive laboratory science credit. Field trips may be required. 42511 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Christopher, M 11 n ASTR 5L Astronomical Observing Laboratory 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: ASTR 5 or ASTR 5H or ASTR 7 or ASTR 8 (may have been taken previously) 42503 M 11:30am - 2:40pm Bray-Ali, F 60-1306 42507 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Christopher, M 60-1306 NOTE: CRN 42507 above is linked to ASTR 5 (CRN 42496) 42576 T 1:15pm - 4:25pm Bray-Ali, F 60-1306 42508 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Christopher, M TBA 42510 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Hood, M 60-1306 42509 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Hood, M 60-1306 n ASTR 7 Geology of the Solar System 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Geological features and evolution of objects in the solar system (planets, moons, asteroids). Field trips may be required. 42513 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Boryta, M 61-1420 43908 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Phelps, S 61-1420 42514 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Phelps, S 61-1420 n ASTR 8 Introduction to Stars, Galaxies, and 3.0 Units the Universe Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Structure and evolution of stars, galaxies and universe. Enroll in ASTR 5L to receive lab science credit. Field trips required. 42516 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Bray-Ali, F 61-1420 42517 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Bray-Ali, F 61-1420 42683 M 02/27 3:15pm - 5:45pm Bray-Ali, F 61-1420 and M 03/12 3:15pm - 5:45pm Bray-Ali, F 61-1420 and M 04/02 3:15pm - 5:45pm Bray-Ali, F 61-1420 and M 04/23 3:15pm - 5:45pm Bray-Ali, F 61-1420 and M 05/14 3:15pm - 5:45pm Bray-Ali, F 61-1420 and M 06/04 3:15pm - 5:45pm Bray-Ali, F 61-1420 and M 06/11 3:15pm - 5:45pm Bray-Ali, F 61-1420 arrange 3.4 hours Bray-Ali, F ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42683 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Bray-Ali at either: JBray-Ali@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n BIOL 2 Plant and Animal Biology 4.0 Units Prerequisite: BIOL 1 or BIOL 4; and Math 71 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Evolutionary history of biological diversity, including systematics, plant/ animal form and function, and ecology. 42564 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Revell, T 7-1104 and W 9:45am - 12:55pm Revell, T 7-1121 42548 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Cooper, M 61-2320 and Th 9:45am - 12:55pm Cooper, M 7-1121 42549 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Cooper, M 61-2320 and Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Cooper, M 7-1121 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Ecological and evolutionary relationships of local plants and animals. Hiking and one weekend field trip required. 42579 M 11:30am - 2:40pm Shannon, C 7-1121 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Shannon, C 7-1120 42583 T 1:15pm - 4:25pm Shannon, C 7-1121 and Th 1:15pm - 4:25pm Shannon, C 7-1120 n BIOL 4 Biology for Majors 4.0 Units (CAN BIOL02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: CHEM 10 or CHEM 40, and MATH 71 Examines core principles of biology required for advanced study. 42653 M 8:30am - 12:45pm Cooper, M 60-2628 and MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Cooper, M 11-2406 42655 T 8:30am - 12:45pm Mirman, D 60-2628 and TTh 1:30pm - 2:55pm Mirman, D 11-2312 42661 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Menon, K 11-2105 and Th 1:30pm - 5:45pm Revell, T 60-2628 42656 TTh 1:30pm - 2:55pm Mirman, D 11-2312 and Th 8:30am - 12:45pm Mirman, D 60-2628 42654 M 5:30pm - 9:45pm Mc Cabe, D 60-2628 and W 5:30pm - 8:40pm Mc Cabe, D 61-2320 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Examines issues affecting the quality and longevity of life; emphasis on prevention of illness and injuries. 42596 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Spitzer, J 11-2105 42618 T 02/28 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 and T 03/13 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 and T 04/03 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 and T 04/24 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 and T 05/15 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 and T 06/05 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 arrange 3.4 hours Hoggan, L ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42618 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Hoggan at either: LHoggan@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/
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4:45pm - 6:10pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 4:45pm - 6:10pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 4:45pm - 6:10pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 4:45pm - 6:10pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 4:45pm - 6:10pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 4:45pm - 6:10pm Hoggan, L 11-2105 arrange 3.4 hours Hoggan, L ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42599 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Hoggan at either: LHoggan@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BIOL 6 Humans and the Environment 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

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Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Ecological concepts to aid understanding our environmental crisis. 42621 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Petersen, C 42622 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Petersen, C 42623 Th 1:15pm - 4:25pm Petersen, C 42624 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Petersen, C

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n BIOL 6L Humans and the Environment Laboratory 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: BIOL 6 (may have been taken previously) Investigates problems discussed in BIOL 6. Significant walking at offcampus sites and one weekend field trip required. 42651 W 1:15pm - 6:40pm Petersen, C 7-1205 and arrange 1 hour Petersen, C 7-1205 n BIOL 8 Cell and Molecular Biology 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: BIOL 4 or BIOL 4H, and CHEM 50 Introduction to cell and molecular biology with lab emphasizing molecular concepts. 42625 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Meyer, E 61-2320 and W 9:45am - 12:55pm Meyer, E 60-2628 42626 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Meyer, E 61-2320 and W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Meyer, E 60-2628 n BIOL 13 Human Reproduction, Development and Aging 3.0 Units Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC The natural continuum of human development, from conception to death. Field trips included. 42452 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Vail, D 7-1209 n BIOL 15 Human Sexuality 3.0 Units Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Surveys biological, behavioral, cultural, and ethical aspects of human sexuality. Contains mature and sexually explicit content. 42453 MW 9:45am - 11:10am STAFF 7-1209 42501 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Hoggan, L 7-1209 42504 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Vail, D 7-1209 42505 MW 1:45pm - 3:10pm Hoggan, L 7-1209 42512 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Vail, D 7-1209 43100 TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Morris, N 7-1209 42518 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Morris, N 7-1209 42519 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Morris, N 7-1209 42524 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm De La Rosa, D 7-1209 n BIOL 15H Human Sexuality - Honors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Surveys biological, behavioral, cultural and ethical aspects of human sexuality. Contains mature and sexually explicit content. May not receive credit for both BIOL 15 BIOL 15H. 42525 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Hoggan, L 7-1209

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3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC An introduction to animal behavior, including neurobiology and behavioral ecology. Field trips will be required. 42528 M 3:00pm - 6:10pm Cooper, M / Revell, T 7-1205 n BIOL 20 Marine Biology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC An introduction to the marine environment. Field trip required. 42568 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Kido, J 7-1205 42569 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Schmidt, S 7-1205 42570 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm STAFF 11-2312 42571 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm STAFF 11-2312 n BIOL 21 Marine Biology Laboratory 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: BIOL 20 (may have been taken previously) An introduction to field and laboratory aspects of the marine environment. Field trips required. 42574 T 9:45am - 12:55pm Schmidt, S 7-1115 42575 W 9:45am - 12:55pm Kido, J 7-1115

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n BTNY 3 Plant Structures, Functions, and Diversity 5.0 Units (CAN BIOL06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: BIOL 1 or BIOL 4 and Eligibility for ENGL 1A Introduction to the structures, functions and diversity of plants. Requires some off-campus lab meetings. 42652 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm STAFF 11-2105 and MW 1:15pm - 4:25pm STAFF 7-1108

7:00pm - 10:10pm Sheridan-Solis, A 18-11 and arrange 7.9 hours Sheridan-Solis, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 40847 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Sheridan-Solis at either: ASolis@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40849 arrange 5.6 hours Domico, B ONLINE NOTE: CRN 40849 is a Distance Learning Online class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Domico at either: BDomico@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BUSA 8 Principles of Accounting - Managerial 5.0 Units (CAN BUS04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN BUS SEQ A Prerequisite: BUSA 7 Managerial accounting. Provides the accounting tools and methods needed for business decision making. 40852 MW 7:00am - 9:25am STAFF 18-13 40853 TTh 7:00am - 9:25am Mc Geough, D 18-13 40854 MW 9:45am - 12:15pm Mc Geough, D 18-13 40855 TTh 9:45am - 12:15pm Mc Geough, D 18-13 40861 Th 6:30pm - 10:10pm Palmeri, T 18C-1 and arrange 7.9 hours Palmeri, T ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 40861 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Palmeri at either: TPalmeri@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40857 MW 7:00pm - 9:30pm Nelson, D 18-13 40859 TTh 7:00pm - 9:30pm Davis, C 18-13 40864 arrange 5.6 hours Mc Geough, D ONLINE NOTE: CRN 40864 is a Distance Learning Online class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor McGeough at either: DMcGeough@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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CREDIT: BIOLOGY / BOTANY / BUSINESS

BUSINESS: ACCOUNTING
n BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting - Financial 5.0 Units (CAN BUS02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN BUS SEQ A Prerequisite: BUSA 11 or eligibility for MATH 51 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Analyzing and recording financial transactions and the preparation, analysis and interpretation of financial statements. 40823 MW 7:00am - 9:30am Brown, M 18-11 40825 MW 9:45am - 12:15pm Domico, B 18-11 40826 MW 9:45am - 12:15pm Hoekstra, T 18C-1 40828 TTh 9:45am - 12:15pm Domico, B 18-11 40830 TTh 9:45am - 12:15pm STAFF 16-1 40833 MW 1:30pm - 4:00pm Domico, B 18-11 40838 Th 1:30pm - 3:50pm Mc Gowan, R 18-11 and arrange 2.8 hours Mc Gowan, R ONLINE NOTE: CRN 40838 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor McGowan at either: RMcGowan@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40843 MW 7:00pm - 9:30pm Hoekstra, T 18-11 40845 TTh 7:00pm - 9:30pm Little, D 18-11

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n BUSA 11 Fundamentals of Accounting 3.0 Units Prerequisite: BUSA 68 or eligibility for MATH 50 Degree Applicable Accounting vocabulary and theory, equations to solve word problems, and other calculations used in accounting problems. 40866 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Freeland, E 18-17 40867 arrange 3.4 hours Mc Geough, D ONLINE NOTE: CRN 40867 is a Distance Learning Online class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor McGeough at either: DMcGeough@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BUSA 21 Cost Accounting 4.0 Units Prerequisite: BUSA 8 Degree Applicable Practical and theoretical concepts of cost accounting, including the accountants role and cost behavior in manufacturing. 40868 TTh 7:00pm - 9:30pm Ildefonso, N 16-13 n BUSA 52 Intermediate Accounting 3.0 Units Prerequisite: BUSA 8 Degree Applicable Detailed review of basic accounting concepts and principles and an indepth analysis of the balance sheet and income statement. 40888 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Davis, C 18C-2 n BUSA 53 Ten-Key Calculations 2.0 Units Prerequisite: BUSA 68 or eligibility for MATH 50 Degree Applicable Operation of ten-key electronic printing calculators by the touch method to solve standard business and accounting problems. 40892 Th 6:00pm - 10:10pm Dave, K 18-9 n BUSA 58 Federal Income Tax Law 3.0 Units Prerequisite: BUSA 7 or BUSA 72 Degree Applicable Federal and state income tax laws as related to individuals, partnership, and corporation taxation. 40898 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Brown, M 18D-2 n BUSA 68 Business Mathematics 3.0 Units Not Degree Applicable Reviews addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, percentages, fractions, equations, and problem solving. 40902 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Freeland, E 18C-1 n BUSA 71 Personal Financial Planning 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Personal and family financial planning throughout the lifespan. May not earn credit for both FCS 80 and BUSA 71. 40903 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Heimann, T 18-11 40907 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, G 16-11 n BUSA 72 Bookkeeping - Accounting 5.0 Units Prerequisite: BUSA 68 or eligibility for MATH 50 Degree Applicable Fundamental bookkeeping and accounting principles including the accounting cycle. 40908 MW 7:00pm - 9:30pm Alcala, P 26D-G220

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n BUSA 76 Using Microcomputers in Managerial Accounting 1.0 Unit Prerequisite: BUSA 7 or BUSA 72 Degree Applicable Analyze data and prepare managerial accounting reports using Excel software. Development of what if formulas as an aid in decision-making. 40910 W 4:30pm - 6:35pm Davis, C 18-9 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog Advisory: BUSA 7 or BUSA 72 Provides accounting students with on-the-job experience at an approved work site which is related to classroom-based learning. 40919 arrange 4.7 hours Domico, B OCAM NOTE: CRN 40919 above is a 1 unit work experience course in accounting that requires students to contact Professor Brenda Domico by Tues., February 28 at (909) 274-4905 in order to register for the class. Course enrollment is contingent on employment in a accounting-related job (paid or unpaid). For students who do not currently have a job in accounting, assistance will be provided, but employment is not guaranteed. n BUSA 81 Work Experience in Accounting 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog Advisory: BUSA 7 or BUSA 72 Provides accounting students with on-the-job experience at an approved work site which is related to classroom-based learning. 40925 arrange 9.4 hours Domico, B OCAM NOTE: CRN 40925 above is a 2 unit work experience course in accounting that requires students to contact Professor Brenda Domico by Tues., February 28 at (909) 274-4905 in order to register for the class. Course enrollment is contingent on employment in a accounting-related job (paid or unpaid). For students who do not currently have a job in accounting, assistance will be provided, but employment is not guaranteed.

BUSINESS: BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS


n BUSO 5 Business English 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Apply English grammar and punctuation rules to the writing of basic business paragraphs, memos, and letters. 41217 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jeffers, B 17-9 n BUSO 25 Business Communications 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Degree Applicable, CSU Apply writing principles to produce effective goodnews, bad news, sales, claims, persuasive, and job seeking correspondence. 41052 T 8:00am - 11:10am Hischar, P 19B-7 41048 M 3:30pm - 6:40pm Jeffers, B 17-9 41049 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jeffers, B 17-9 41213 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jeffers, B 17-9 n BUSO 26 Oral Communications for Business 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Oral communication in business situations such as training sessions, presentations and professional discussions. 41215 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jeffers, B 17-9

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n BUSC 1A Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics 3.0 Units (CAN ECON02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A, and successful completion of MATH 71 or MATH 71B or MATH 71X 42084 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Dua, A 18-17 42076 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Abdel-Rahman, A 18C-1 42078 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Dua, A 18-17 42085 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Abdel-Rahman, A 18C-1 42079 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Dua, A 18-17 42087 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Masoomian, R 18-17 42080 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Zawahri, L 18-17 42088 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Dua, A 18C-2 42081 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Dabirian, S 16-1 42089 arrange 3.4 hours Dua, A ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42089 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Monday, February 27, 4:45 - 5:45 pm in 18-17. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Dua at either: ADua@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42090 arrange 3.4 hours Dua, A ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42090 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Monday, February 27, 5:45 - 6:45 pm in 18-17. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Dua at either: ADua@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42092 arrange 6.8 hours Masoomian, R ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42092 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Tuesday, February 28, 4:45 - 5:45pm in 18-17. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Dua at either: rmasoomian@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

n BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics 3.0 Units - Honors (CAN ECON02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program and MATH 71, or MATH 71B, or MATH 71X 42094 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Masoomian, R 18-17 n BUSC 1B Principles of Economics - Microeconomics 3.0 Units (CAN ECON04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: BUSC 1A or BUSC 1AH 42098 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Chan, F 61-2316 42095 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Brown, B 61-2316 42096 arrange 3.4 hours Dua, A ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42096 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) meeting Wednesday, March 1 from 6-7pm in 18-17. If student cannot attend orientation meeting, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Dua at either: adua@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42099 arrange 6.8 hours Masoomian, R ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42099 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) meeting Tuesday, April 24 from 6-7pm in 18-17. If student cannot attend orientation meeting, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Masoomian at either: RMasoomian@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics - Microeconomics 3.0 Units - Honors (CAN ECON04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: BUSC 1A or BUSC 1AH 42100 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Masoomian, R 18-17 n BUSC 17 Applied Business Statistics Prerequisite: MATH 71 42101 MW 8:00am - 9:25am 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC 17-9

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n BUSL 18 Business Law 3.0 Units (CAN BUS08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Principles of business law emphasizing nature of the law and court procedure, contract law, and sales of goods under the Uniform Commercial Code. 41779 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Mc Kee, C 18-15 41775 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Durfield, T 18-15 41768 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Durfield, T 16-11 41800 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Durfield, T 16-11 41772 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Golden, N 17-9 41778 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm STAFF 18C-2 41814 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Tanner, W 18-17 41783 arrange 3.4 hours Mc Kee, C ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41783 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Monday, February 27, 5:25 pm - 6:25 pm in 18-15. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor McKee at either: CMcKee@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41786 arrange 3.4 hours Mc Kee, C ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41786 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Monday, February 27, 5:25 pm - 6:25 pm in 18-15. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor McKee at either: CMcKee@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41812 arrange 6.8 hours Mc Kee, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41812 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Monday, February 27, 4:20 pm - 5:20 pm in 18-15. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor McKee at either: CMcKee@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BUSL 19 Advanced Business Law 3.0 Units Advisory: BUSL 18 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Principles of business law emphasizing commercial paper, agency, business entities, bankruptcy, trade, and real property. 41815 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am STAFF 18-15 41816 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 16-1 72

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n BUSM 10 Principles of Continuous Quality Improvement 3.0 Units

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Degree Applicable Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 or BUSO 5 Theories, methods, and processes of TQM, Deming, Juran and Crosby tools for continuous improvement of quality. 41002 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Hischar, P 18D-1 41007 MTWTh 1:20pm - 2:45pm Hischar, P 18D-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Overview of business and its role in society; introduces students to the various career opportunities in business. 41027 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Barron, S 18D-2 41028 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Mc Farland, T 18C-2 41026 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Hischar, P 18D-2 41013 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Mc Farland, T 18C-2 41014 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Watson, D 18D-2 41016 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Barron, S 18D-2 41022 W 1:20pm - 2:45pm Farris, B 18D-2 and arrange 5 hours Farris, B ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41022 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Farris at either: BFarris@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41023 MTWTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Hischar, P 18D-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41019 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hischar, P 18D-1 41020 arrange 3.4 hours Mc Farland, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41020 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: No orientation meeting On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Farland at either: TMcFarland@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41025 arrange 6.8 hours Daley, W ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41025 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: No orientation meeting On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Daley at either: WDaley@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n BUSM 51 Principles of International Business 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 or BUSO 5 Overview of rapidly changing international business environment. Introduces global viewpoints across business functions. 41030 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Jagodka, R 18D-1 41031 arrange 3.4 hours Jagodka, R ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41031 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Tuesday, February 28, 5:00-6:00pm in 6-122. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Jagodka at either: RJagodka@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BUSM 52 Principles of Exporting and Importing 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 or BUSO 5 Covers the practical information needed to participate in activities related to the exporting and importing of goods and services. 41032 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ishihara, C 18D-2 n BUSM 60 Human Relations in Business 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Behavior, personality, self-development, and elementary business psychology as an aid to furthering the students business career. 41036 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Mc Farland, T 18C-2 41037 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Mc Farland, T 18C-2 41038 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sandhu, S 18D-2

n BUSM 61 Business Organization and Management 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: BUSM 20 Functions of management, decision making, and methods used by the manager to achieve organizational goals. 41039 arrange 3.4 hours Mc Farland, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41039 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: No orientation meeting On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Farland at either: TMcFarland@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Direction of people, training, job analysis, interviewing, testing, rating, and other functions of human resources. 41042 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Hischar, P 18D-1 41040 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hischar, P 18D-1 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Covers how to organize, start, and operate a small business enterprise. Emphasis on entrepreneurial applications. 41044 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Jagodka, R 18D-1 41043 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Jagodka, R 18D-1 41045 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Jagodka, R 18D-1 41046 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sandhu, S 18D-1 41047 arrange 3.4 hours Jagodka, R ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41047 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Tuesday, February 28, 6:00-7:00pm in 6-122. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Jagodka at either: RJagodka@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BUSM 66 Small Business Management n BUSM 62 Human Resource Management

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n PLGL 30 Introduction to Paralegal/Legal 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite:ENGL 68 Federal and state legal system, role of paralegals and attorneys, legal writing and research, investigation of claims and ethics. 41819 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Mc Kee, C 18-15 41821 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Mc Kee, C 18-15 n PLGL 31B Advanced Legal Analysis and Writing 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: PLGL 30 and PLGL 31A Preparation of research memoranda, briefs, and other paralegal documents. Continuation of PLGL 31A. 41836 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Mc Kee, C 18-15 41835 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lahr-Dolgovin, R 18-15

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n PLGL 33B Civil Procedure-Trial and Post-Trial 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: PLGL 33A Preparing for litigation. Includes discovery, law and motion, remedies, summary judgments, settlements, and arbitration. 41837 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Ramey, M 18C-2 41838 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ramey, M 18-15 n PLGL 35B Automated Law Office Procedures 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

n PLGL 45 Creditors Rights

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Creation, perfection and enforcement of security interests. Unsecured creditors; enforcement of rights and obtaining judgments. 41833 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Golden, N 16-15 n PLGL 49 Evidence Law 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Overview of evidence law in civil and criminal cases, burdens of proof and presumptions as well as constitutional issues. 41834 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sweetman, S 19B-7

Prerequisite: PLGL 35A Corequisite: PLGL 30 (may have been taken previously) Advisory: CISB 15 or equivalent computer experience Use of the computer in the law office; includes drafting of documents, legal research, billing, case management, and tax reports. 41839 F 8:00am - 11:10am Golden, N 17-1 41840 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lahr-Dolgovin, R 17-3 n PLGL 36 Paralegal Internship 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable

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3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Introductory course which satisfies a minimum education requirement to take the Department of Real Estate (DRE) salesperson license exam; required by the Office of Real Estate Appraisers (OREA) for all appraisal licenses. 42179 M 9:45am - 12:55pm Estes, E 20-1 42174 M 8:15pm - 9:40pm Estes, E 20-1 42177 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Estes, E 20-1 42176 arrange 6.8 hours Estes, E ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42176 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Monday, April 23, 5:45 - 6:35 pm in 20-1. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Estes at either: EEstes@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42178 arrange 3.4 hours Estes, E ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42178 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Monday, February 27, 5:45 - 6:35 pm in 20-1. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Estes at either: EEstes@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: BUSR 50 or employment in the real estate field Contracts and legal issues in real estate. Can be used to meet the additional educational requirements for the salesperson or broker license. 42181 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Tanner, W 18-17 n BUSR 51 Legal Aspects of Real Estate n BUSR 50 Real Estate Principles

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: PLGL 31A, PLGL 33A, and PLGL 35A Corequisite: PLGL 31B, PLGL 33B, PLGL 35B, PLGL 37, PLGL 39 (may have been taken previously) On-the-job experience in the paralegal profession. Placement is not guaranteed. 75 paid or 60 non-paid clock hours is required. 41841 arrange 4.7 hours Lahr-Dolgovin, R OCAM n PLGL 37 Tort Law 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Analysis of law of torts including intentional torts, negligence and strict liability. Examination of insurance defense issues. 41823 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Ramey, M 18-15 n PLGL 38 Employment and Ethical Issues in Paralegalism 2.0 Units

Degree Applicable Prerequisite: PLGL 31A, PLGL 33A, and PLGL 35A Corequisite: PLGL 31B, PLGL 33B, PLGL 35B, PLGL 37, PLGL 39 (may have been taken previously) Job search skills including preparation of resumes and cover letters, interviewing, networking, and paralegal and attorney ethics. 41828 S 8:00am - 10:05am Lahr-Dolgovin, R 18-15 n PLGL 39 Contract Law 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Analysis of the formation of contracts, the statute of frauds, third-party rights, breach of contract, remedies and discharge. 41829 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Eyre, M 18-17 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Landlord-tenant law and creation of legal documentation to represent the landlord-tenant relationship. 41830 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Tanner, W 18C-2 n PLGL 41 Property Law 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Study of real and personal property emphasizing forms of ownership, easements, covenants, types of deeds, and land use controls. 41831 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Tanner, W 18-17 n PLGL 43 Wills and Trusts 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Legal principles of wills and trusts, jurisdiction of the California Probate Courts, estate planning, and estate taxes. 41832 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ramey, M 18-15

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n BUSS 33 Advertising and Promotion 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Analysis of advertising and promotion in business environment. Students may not receive credit for both FASH 63 and BuSS 33. 42102 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Barron, S 18-1 42103 T 1:20pm - 4:30pm Faraone, T 18-1 42104 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Espy, S 18-1 n BUSS 35 Professional Selling Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 42105 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm 42106 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm n BUSS 36 Principles of Marketing 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU McIntyre Fitzgeral, C McIntyre Fitzgeral, C 16-13 16-13

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n BUSR 52 Real Estate Practice

3.0 Units Degree Applicable Corequisite: BUSR 50 (may have been taken previously) or employment in the real estate field Procedures and practices in the real estate office. Must be completed prior to applying to take the Salesperson License Exam. 42185 W 9:45am - 12:55pm Estes, E 20-1 42187 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lyons, A 20-1 n BUSR 53 Real Estate Finance 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: BUSR 50 or employment in the real estate field Topics in real estate finance. Can be used to meet the additional education requirement for the salesperson or broker license. 42188 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Zamel, M 16-1 n BUSR 60 Real Estate Investment Planning 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: BUSR 50 or employment in the real estate field How to analyze various types of real estate for successful investing. 42189 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Stephan, R 16-11 n BUSR 76 Escrow Procedures I 3.0 Units Degree Applicable A case study method of escrow procedures. May be used as an elective for the salesperson or broker license. 42191 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hastings, N 16-11 n BUSR 81 Appraisal: Priniciples and Procedures 3.5 Units Degree Applicable Required by OREA for all appraisal licenses and by DRE for real estate broker license. 60 hours OREA credit. 42192 Th 6:00pm - 9:40pm Baker, J 16-11

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Successful marketing in the delivery of customer satisfaction at a profit. Product strategies, pricing strategies, promotion strategies and distribution strategies. 42107 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am McIntyre Fitzgeral, C 18D-2 42108 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sandhu, S 18D-1 42109 arrange 3.4 hours Farris, B ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42109 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) meeting Monday, February 27 from 4:45-5:45pm in 6-122. If student cannot attend orientation meeting, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Farris at either: bfarris@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BUSS 50 Retail Store Management and Merchandising 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Principles and practices in managing all types of retail stores. Includes planning, buying, promotion, human resources, inventory control. Students may not receive credit for both FASH 62 and BUSS 50. 42112 Th 1:20pm - 4:30pm Espy, S 18-1 42111 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Bartz, V 18-1 n BUSS 79 Work Experience in Marketing Management 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable (May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: BUSS 33 or BUSS 35 or BUSS 36 or BUSS 50 and compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog On-the-job experience at an approved work site. 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours required for each unit of credit. 42113 arrange 4.7 hours McIntyre Fitzgeral, C OCAM NOTE: CRN 42113 is a one-unit work experience course in marketing. For more information, contact Professor Mc Intyre at CMcIntyre@mtsac.edu.

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n CHEM 10 Chemistry for Allied Health Majors 4.0 Units (CAN CHEM06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 71 Inorganic chemistry for health majors. Completion does not give eligibility for CHEM 50. 41300 MW 6:55am - 8:20am STAFF 7-1114 and F 8:00am - 12:15pm STAFF 60-3601 41294 M 8:00am - 12:15pm Zhou, E 60-3601 and MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm STAFF 7-1114 41298 T 9:00am - 1:15pm Leung, J 60-3601 and TTh 1:45pm - 3:10pm STAFF 7-1114 41308 W 9:00am - 1:15pm Beam, T 60-3617 arrange 3.4 hours Beam, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41308 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Beam at either: TBeam@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41301 MW 10:15am - 11:40am STAFF 7-1114 and F 9:00am - 1:15pm STAFF 60-3617 41293 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Zhou, E 7-1114 and W 8:00am - 12:15pm STAFF 60-3601 41296 TTh 1:45pm - 3:10pm STAFF 7-1114 and Th 9:00am - 1:15pm STAFF 60-3601 41305 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Bernard, S 7-1114 and W 6:00pm - 10:15pm STAFF 60-3601 41306 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Bernard, S 7-1114 and Th 6:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 60-3601 n CHEM 20 Introductory Organic and Biochemistry 5.0 Units (CAN CHEM08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN CHEM SEQ B Prerequisite: CHEM 10 or CHEM 40 Nomenclature, structure, function and reactions of organic compounds. Structure and function of biomolecules. 41314 W 10:15am - 12:20pm Di Mauro, E 7-2122 and WF 1:45pm - 3:10pm Di Mauro, E 7-2122 and F 9:00am - 1:15pm Di Mauro, E 7-2123 41318 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Wessinger, N 7-1201 and M 3:45pm - 4:40pm Wessinger, N 7-1201 and W 5:00pm - 9:15pm Wessinger, N 7-2123 41317 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Madani, B 7-1201 and T 5:15pm - 7:20pm Madani, B 7-1201 and Th 5:00pm - 9:15pm Madani, B 7-2123

n CHEM 40 Introduction to General Chemistry 4.0 Units (CAN CHEM06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN CHEM SEQ B Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 71 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Introductory general chemistry for science and engineering majors. Completion prepares students to take CHEM 50. 41368 MW 6:55am - 8:20am Hoover, K 7-2114 and M 9:00am - 1:15pm Hoover, K 60-3617 41326 M 8:00am - 12:15pm Zhou, E 60-3609 and MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm STAFF 7-2114 41372 MW 10:15am - 11:40am Hoover, K 7-2114 and F 9:00am - 1:15pm Hoover, K 60-3609 41330 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Golestaneh, K 7-2114 and Th 1:30pm - 5:45pm Golestaneh, K 60-3609 41363 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Golestaneh, K 7-2114 and T 1:30pm - 5:45pm Golestaneh, K 60-3609 41321 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Zhou, E 7-2114 and W 8:00am - 12:15pm Chen, J 60-3609 41374 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Barry, J 7-2114 and W 6:00pm - 10:15pm STAFF 60-3609 41376 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Barry, J 7-2114 and Th 6:00pm - 10:15pm STAFF 60-3609 n CHEM 50 General Chemistry I 5.0 Units (CAN CHEM02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN CHEM SEQ A Prerequisite: (CHEM 40 or satisfactory score on Chemistry Placement Examination) and (MATH 71, 71B or 71X or equivalent) Measurement, naming, reactions andstoichiometry, thermochemistry, periodicity, atomi c structure, bonding, gases, solids, solutions. 41404 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Newman, C 60-3620 and MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Newman, C 7-2102 41394 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am STAFF 60-3620 and TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm STAFF 7-2102 41392 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Truttmann, J 7-2102 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Truttmann, J 60-3620 41393 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Chen, J 7-2102 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Chen, J 60-3620 41396 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Di Mauro, E 7-2102 and TTh 3:00pm - 6:10pm Di Mauro, E 60-3620 41398 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm STAFF 7-2102 and MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 60-3620 41401 TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Srulevitch, D 7-2102 and TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Srulevitch, D 60-3620 n CHEM 51 General Chemistry II 5.0 Units (CAN CHEM04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN CHEM SEQ A Prerequisite: CHEM 50 or CHEM 50H Kinetics, equilibrium, thermodynamics, acid-base, redox reactions, buffers, transition metals, electrochem, nuclear chemistry. 41416 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Williams Tyler, J 60-3628 and MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Williams Tyler, J 61-2312 41414 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Efron, A 60-3628 and TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Efron, A 7-1201 41408 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Golestaneh, K 7-1201 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Golestaneh, K 60-3628 41413 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Beam, T 7-1201 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Beam, T 60-3628 41419 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Entus, R 7-1201 and MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Entus, R 60-3628 n CHEM 80 Organic Chemistry 5.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

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Prerequisite: CHEM 51 Designed for science and pre-professional majors. Structure/reactivity relationships, reactions, mechanisms, and syntheses. 41422 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Wessinger, N 7-2111 and TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Newman, C 7-1114 41433 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Leung, J 60-3617 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Leung, J 7-2111 76

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n CHEM 81 Organic Chemistry 5.0 Units Prerequisite: CHEM 80 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Continuation of CHEM 80. Focuses on spectroscopic methods for structure determination, reactions, mechanisms, and syntheses. 41439 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Nejad, I 7-2111 and MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Nejad, I 7-1201 41442 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Hoover, K 7-2122 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Hoover, K 7-2111

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
n CHLD 1 Child, Family, School and Community 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Impact of systems approach on family/children. Focus on interaction and collaboration to advocate for and empower families. 42216 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Watanabe, K 20-5 42215 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Henry, A 20-5 42214 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Watanabe, K 20-5 42211 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Campbell, F 16-15 42210 W 3:30pm - 6:40pm Landeros, D 20-5 42217 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Thay, C 18C-2 42213 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Genovese, M 16-15 42212 S 9:00am - 3:30pm Barton, L 18D-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n CHLD 5 Principles and Practices in Child Development Programs 3.0 Units

42229 arrange 3.4 hours Curran, K ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42229 is a Distance Learning Online class. Other Course Requirements: Students will do required observations on their own time. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Curran at either: KCurran@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42230 S 9:00am - 3:30pm Diederichs, M 19B-9 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 42233 S 9:00am - 3:30pm Landeros, T 20-7 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n CHLD 10H Child Growth and Development - Honors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (CAN FCS14) Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Human lifespan and developmental influences studied. Out-of-class observations and interviews required. TB test required. 42761 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hughey, D 20-5 n CHLD 50 Multicultural Education: Anti-Bias Perspective 3.0 Units

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Degree Applicable, CSU Examine programs, appropriate practices, regulations, inclusive environments for diverse learners. TB test/10 hrs. observations. 42221 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Curran, K 20-7 42222 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Williamson, K 20-7 42223 S 9:00am - 3:30pm Barton, L 20-5 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n CHLD 6 Survey of Child Development Curriculum 3.0 Units Prerequisite: CHLD 5 or CHLD 10 Degree Applicable, CSU Curriculum assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Materials and resources are explored. TB test/observations. 42226 M 3:30pm - 6:40pm Landeros, D 20-7 42225 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Thay, C 20-7 n CHLD 10 Child Growth and Development 3.0 Units (CAN FCS14) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Human lifespan and developmental influences. Observations and interviews required. TB test required. 42239 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Henry, A 20-7 42237 T 8:00am - 11:10am Robles, D 20-7 42244 Th 8:00am - 11:10am Williamson, K 20-7 42231 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Watanabe, K 20-7 42232 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Landeros, D 20-7 42241 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Spicher, S 20-5 42240 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Williamson, K 20-5 42245 M 3:30pm - 6:40pm Jackson, L 20-5 42234 W 3:30pm - 6:40pm Campbell, F 18D-2 42238 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Henry, A 20-5 42236 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Anderson, L 18D-2 42227 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jannati, E 20-5 42228 arrange 3.4 hours Curran, K ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42228 is a Distance Learning Online class. Other Course Requirements: Students will do required observations on their own time. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Curran at either: KCurran@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

Degree Applicable Advisory: CHLD 1 Approaches to diversity; effective and respectful handling of bias with children and families. TB test/observations. 42249 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Watanabe, K 20-7

n CHLD 61 Language Arts and Art Media for Young Children 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Language and literacy development of young children (0 to 6 years) is explored through developmentally appropriate activities. 42250 F 6:00pm - 9:00pm Landeros, D 20-7 and S 9:00am - 3:00pm Landeros, D 20-7 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 n CHLD 62 Music and Motor Development for Young Children 3.0 Units

Degree Applicable, CSU Role of music and movement in a young childs sensory motor development. TB test/observations required. 42252 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Curran, K 20-7 n CHLD 63 Creative Sciencing and Math for Young Children 3.0 Units

Degree Applicable Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Explore childs thinking, problem-solving ability. Discuss/plan/do basic math/science experiences, emphasis on creative aspects. 42253 W 3:30pm - 6:40pm Hughey, D 20-7 3.0 Units

n CHLD 64 Health, Safety and Nutrition of Young Children

Degree Applicable, CSU Examines the relationship between a childs health status, safe learning environments, and proper nutrition. 42254 T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Curran, K 20-7 42255 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Henry, A 20-7

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n CHLD 66 Early Childhood Development Observation 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: CHLD 5 and CHLD 10 or CHLD 10H Corequisite: CHLD 66L (may have been taken previously) Emphasizes importance of observation of childrens behavior and its significance in understanding child development principles. 42257 M 7:00pm - 9:05pm Williamson, K 19B-9 n CHLD 66L Early Childhood Development Observation Laboratory 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU

n CHLD 71B Management/Marketing/Personnel for ECD Programs

3.0 Units

Degree Applicable Prerequisite: CHLD 71A Administration, marketing, and management of childrens programs. Explore staff development strategies. 42267 S 9:00am - 2:40pm Chavarria, G 19B-7 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n CHLD 72 Teacher, Parent, and Child Relationships 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Examination of child/parent/teacher relationships to understand family dynamics and influences in the child development setting. 42762 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Watanabe, K 18D-2 NOTE: CRN 42762 is designed for students in the CARE or CalWORKs programs. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Coun 54 (CRN 42464) and FCS 41 (CRN 41265). For more information, please contact Ana TafoyaDiaz at (909) 274-5981. n CHLD 73 Infant/Toddler Care and Development 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: CHLD 10 or CHLD 10H Appropriate practices for parents and caregivers for first two years. TB test/observations required. 42262 T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Williamson, K 18D-2 n CHLD 75 Supervising Adults in Early Childhood Settings 2.0 Units

Corequisite: CHLD 66 Role of observation relating to areas of preschool childs growth and development. TB Test. 42274 T 9:00am - 12:10pm Williamson, K 42273 Th 9:00am - 12:10pm Henry, J 42269 W 12:00pm - 3:10pm Henry, A 42268 M 3:30pm - 6:40pm Williamson, K 42272 T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Henry, A 42270 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Henry, J

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n CHLD 67 Early Childhood Development Participation 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: CHLD 6 and CHLD 66 Corequisite: CHLD 67L Classroom practices, preparation, and skills necessary for teachers. Discussion and evaluation of teaching experiences. 42258 T 7:00pm - 9:05pm Henry, A 9E n CHLD 67L Early Childhood Development Participation Laboratory 1.0 Unit

Degree Applicable, CSU Corequisite: CHLD 67 Teaching in the preschool class. Plan, prepare, and implement curriculum for groups of children. Negative TB test result required. 42284 T 8:30am - 12:10pm Williamson, K 9E 42282 Th 8:30am - 12:10pm Henry, J 9E 42277 W 11:30am - 3:10pm Henry, A 9E 42275 M 3:00pm - 6:40pm Williamson, K 9E 42281 T 3:00pm - 6:40pm Henry, A 9E 42279 Th 3:00pm - 6:40pm Henry, J 9E n CHLD 68 Children With Special Needs 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Degree Applicable Advisory: CHLD 1 and CHLD 5 Emphasis on role of experienced childrens teacher whose function includes supervising adults in the early development setting. 42263 Th 7:00pm - 9:05pm Horwitz, E 16-15 1.0 Unit

n CHLD 84 Guidance and Discipline in Child Development Settings

Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: CHLD 5 Problem solving approach to guidance and discipline of children in child development settings. 42264 F 5:30pm - 9:00pm Landeros, D 20-7 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/20/2012 n CHLD 85 Infants At Risk 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: CHLD 10 or CHLD 10H Development of children in inclusive environments, including assessment, teaching techniques. TB test/observations. Materials Fee: $4.00 42260 T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Hughey, D 20-5 42259M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hughey, D 20-5 n CHLD 69 Early Childhood Development Field 2.0 Units Work Seminar Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: CHLD 67, CHLD 67L Corequisite: CHLD 91 Selected topics pertinent to student teaching in community sites. To include study, research, discussion. 42261 M 7:00pm - 9:05pm Landeros, D 16-15 42878 M 7:00pm - 9:05pm Watanabe, K 18C-1 n CHLD 71A Administration of Child Development Programs 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: CHLD 1, CHLD 5, CHLD 6, CHLD 10 or CHLD 10H, or experience as an Administrator of a Childrens Program Daily operation of childrens programs. Includes budget, personnel, records, policies, quality standards, and State laws. 42266 S 9:00am - 2:40pm Horwitz, E 19B-7 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012

Prerequisite: CHLD 10 Advisory: CHLD 73 Early intervention for disabled or at-risk infants. TB test and out-of-class observations required. 42763 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hughey, D 20-5 n CHLD 91 Early Childhood Development Field Work 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: CHLD 67 and CHLD 67L Corequisite: CHLD 69 Supervised student teaching experience. 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours for one unit. TB test required. 42265 arrange 4.7 hours Landeros, D OCAM 42880 arrange 4.7 hours Watanabe, K OCAM
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n CHIN 1 Elementary Chinese 4.0 Units (CAN CHIN02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN CHIN SEQ A Beginning course for students without previous exposure to Mandarin Chinese. 40316 F 8:00am - 12:15pm Ho, Y 66-269 40306 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Chang, J 26D-3471 40311 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Chang, A 66-269 40307 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Li, L 80-1421 40312 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Chang, J 28B-204 40308 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Li, L 80-1421 40313 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Njoo, S 66-269 40309 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Wu, D 66-269 40314 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Liu, M 66-269 40315 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Liu, M 66-269 40317 S 8:00am - 12:15pm Chen, R 66-269 n CHIN 2 Continuing Elementary Chinese 4.0 Units (CAN CHIN04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN CHIN SEQ A Prerequisite: CHIN 1 or equivalent Further development of elementary skills in Mandarin Chinese with an emphasis on Chinese culture. 40318 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Chang, A 66-269 40319 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Dong, M 61-2316 40320 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Wu, D 66-269 n CHIN 3 Intermediate Chinese 4.0 Units (CAN CHIN08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: CHIN 2 or equivalent Development of skills toward intermediate level proficiency in Mandarin Chinese with emphasis on Chinese culture. 40321 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Chang, A 66-269 40322 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Dong, M 61-2316 n CHIN 4 Continuing Intermediate Chinese 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: CHIN 3 or equivalent Development of skills toward intermediate-high level proficiency in Mandarin Chinese with emphasis on culture and translation. 40323 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Chang, A 66-269

n GRAP 12 Photoshop Imagery Extended

3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: GRAP 10 Photoshop Extended software skills and techniques used to create photorealistic imagery. 41197 T 8:00am - 10:05am Ammirato, J 21-21 and Th 8:00am - 11:10am Ammirato, J 21-21 3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) InDesign software essential graphic production skills and techniques for digital publishing. 41198 F 9:00am - 2:10pm Lebeau-Walsh, L 21-21 n GRAP 16 Illustrator Graphics 3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Illustrator software drawing skills and techniques to create digital drawing imagery. 41237 F 9:00am - 2:10pm Hartmann, C 21-22 n GRAP 20 Multimedia Graphics 3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Software skills and production techniques for digital images, video, audio and multimedia. 41243 T 3:00pm - 5:05pm Cooper, H 21-22 and Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Cooper, H 21-22 n GRAP 30 Digital Productions 3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Computer graphics production techniques and practices used in professional projects. 43021 T 3:00pm - 5:05pm Ammirato, J 21-21 and Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Ammirato, J 21-21 n GRAP 15 InDesign Graphics

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n CISB 11 Computer Information Systems 3.5 Units (CAN BUS06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Overview of computer systems including hardware, software, networking, programming, databases, Internet, ethics, and security. 41259 MW 8:00am - 10:10am Andrews, B 28B-05 41262 MW 8:00am - 10:10am Sokol, A 17-11B 41273 TTh 8:00am - 10:10am Andrews, B 28B-05 41264 MW 10:30am - 12:40pm Altman, R 17-1 41267 MW 10:30am - 12:40pm Andrews, B 28B-05 41274 TTh 10:30am - 12:40pm Berry, T 17-1 41278 TTh 10:30am - 12:40pm Cameron, J 18-9 41280 TTh 12:30pm - 2:40pm Loya, R 17-13 41277 F 12:30pm - 3:40pm Blyzka, J 28B-05 arrange 1.7 hours Blyzka, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41277 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Blyzka at either: JBlyzka@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

COMPUTER GRAPHICS
3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Electronic hardware, software, concepts, and techniques used to create and produce digital media content. 41192 T 8:00am - 10:05am Mezquita, J 21-22 and Th 8:00am - 11:10am Mezquita, J 21-22 41193 T 11:30am - 1:35pm Mezquita, J 21-22 and Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Mezquita, J 21-22 3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Digital color management skills and techniques with Apple and Adobe software. 41194 T 7:00pm - 9:05pm Schenck, S 21-22 and Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Schenck, S 21-22 n GRAP 10 Photoshop Imagery 3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Photoshop software skills techniques used to create digital photo imagery. 41195 M 8:00am - 10:05am Ammirato, J 21-21 and W 8:00am - 11:10am Ammirato, J 21-21 41196 M 11:30am - 1:35pm Ammirato, J 21-21 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Ammirato, J 21-21 n GRAP 9 Digital Color Management n GRAP 8 Fundamentals of Digital Media

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1:00pm - 4:10pm Zamora, V 28B-05 arrange 1.7 hours Zamora, V ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41284 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: CRN 41284 is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at (909) 274-4845. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Zamora at either: VZamora@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41268 MW 1:20pm - 3:30pm Altman, R 17-1 41275 MW 1:45pm - 3:10pm Andrews, B 18-9 arrange 1.7 hours Andrews, B ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41275 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: CRN 41275 is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at (909) 274-4845. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Andrews at either: BAndrews@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41279 TTh 3:30pm - 5:40pm Loya, R 17-3 41276 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Blyzka, J 28B-05 arrange 1.7 hours Blyzka, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41276 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Blyzka at either: JBlyzka@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41281 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Mercier, P 17-1 arrange 1.7 hours Mercier, P ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41281 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mercier at either: PMercier@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41282 S 8:00am - 11:10am Paz, R 17-11B arrange 1.7 hours Paz, R ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41282 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Paz at either: RPaz7@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41283 S 8:00am - 12:35pm Prehn, M 17-1

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4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to microcomputers, through learning applications for word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentations. 42360 WF 8:00am - 9:25am Kowalski, F 17-11A arrange 3.25 hours Kowalski, F ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42360 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Kowalski at either: FKowalski@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42367 F 8:00am - 11:10am Jackson, R 18-7 arrange 3.25 hours Syiem, P ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42367 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Jackson at either: RJackson@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42368 F 8:00am - 11:10am Mason, C 17-13 arrange 3.25 hours Kowalski, F ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42368 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mason at either: CMason@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42354 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Emanuel, E 18-7 arrange 3.25 hours Emanuel, E ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42354 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Emanuel at either: EEmanuel@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

n CISB 15 Microcomputer Applications

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9:45am - 11:10am Erbe, C 18-7 arrange 3.25 hours Erbe, C ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42357 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Erbe at either: CErbe@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42365 TTh 10:30am - 11:55am Syiem, P 17-11A arrange 3.25 hours Syiem, P ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42365 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Syiem at either: PSyiem@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42355 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Emanuel, E 18-7 arrange 3.25 hours Emanuel, E ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42355 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Emanuel at either: EEmanuel@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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12:30pm - 1:55pm Mason, C 18-5 arrange 3.25 hours Mason, C ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42361 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mason at either: CMason@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42358 MW 1:00pm - 2:25pm Huang, S 17-11B arrange 3.25 hours Huang, S ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42358 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Huang at either: SHuang@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42353 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Elkoussy, K 18-7 arrange 3.25 hours Elkoussy, K ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42353 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Elkoussy at either: KElkoussy@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42352 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Degtyareva, A 17-11A arrange 3.25 hours Degtyareva, A ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42352 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Degtyareva at either: ADegtyareva@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42356 T 3:35pm - 6:45pm Emanuel, E 18-5 arrange 3.25 hours Emanuel, E ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42356 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Emanuel at either: EEmanuel@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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7:00pm - 10:10pm Syiem, J 17-11B arrange 3.25 hours Syiem, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42363 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Syiem at either: JSyiem@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42366 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Zelaya, G 18-7 arrange 3.25 hours Elkoussy, K ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42366 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Zelayaat either: GZelaya@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42359 arrange 3.5 hours Jackson, R ONLINE arrange 3.25 hours Jackson, R ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42359 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Friday, March 2, 7:00 - 9:00pm in 17-11A. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Jackson at either: RJackson@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42362 S 8:00am - 11:10am Ross, R 18-7 arrange 3.25 hours Ross, R ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42362 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Ross at either: RRoss5@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42364 S 8:00am - 11:10am Quintana, V 17-11A arrange 3.25 hours Syiem, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42364 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Quintana at either: VQuintana@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

n CISB 16 Macintosh Applications

CREDIT: COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Apples Macintosh computer, Mac OS X oper. system and related word processing, database, spreadsheet, and multimedia applications. Formerly COMP 10. 42369 MW 8:00am - 9:45am Hartmann, C 18-9 42370 TTh 8:00am - 9:35am Hartmann, C 18-9 42371 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 18-9 42372 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Zelaya, G 18-9 n CISB 21 Microsoft Excel 4.0 Units Degree Applicable Spreadsheet concepts using Microsoft Excel: formats, formulas, functions, and macros to build and maintain spreadsheets. 42374 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Berry, T 17-11A arrange 3.25 hours Berry, T ONLINE n CISB 31 Microsoft Word 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Using Microsoft Word to create, edit, and format a variety of business and publication documents. Formerly COMP 20. 42375 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ross, R 17-13 n CISB 61 Desktop Publishing Software 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Using desktop publishing software to integrate text and graphics, desig, edit, and product high quality business productions. Formerly COMP 60. 42376 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Emanuel, E 18-5

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n CISD 11 Database Management - Microsoft Access 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: COMP 12 or CISB 11 and CISB 15 Design, creation and management of relational databases using Microsoft Access. 42377 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Johnson, M 17-13 arrange 3.25 hours Johnson, M ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42377 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Johnson at either: MTJohnson@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISD 21 Database Management - Microsoft SQL Server 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: CISB 11 or CISB 15 Structured query language (SQL) and trasact-SQL for Microsoft SQL Server users. 42378 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Huang, S 18-5 arrange 3.25 hours Huang, S ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42378 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Huang at either: SHuang@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n CISD 31 Database Management - Oracle

4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

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n CISN 11 Telecommunications Networking 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: CISB 11 Oracle DBMS functions, SQL queries, PL/SQL is used to test and implement stored procedures, triggers, and packages. 42379 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Huang, S 17-11B arrange 3.25 hours Huang, S ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42379 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Huang at either: SHuang@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISD 40 Database Design 3.0 Units Advisory: CISD 11 Degree Applicable, CSU Database design principles including data modeling, E-R and UML diagrams and normalization rules. 42380 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Deng, Y 28B-05

CREDIT: COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS: INFORMATION PROCESSING


3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Develops alphanumeric keyboarding skills of 25-40 gross words a minute with error limit; includes letters, tables, and reports. Formerly COMP 1. 42383 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Crespo, B 18-5 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42383 listed above is an accelerated course. Bring at least a 125 MB flash drive to the first class meeting. 42382 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Erbe, C 18-7 42381 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Carr, J 18-5 42385 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Prehn, M 18-5 n CISI 11 Computer Keyboarding

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n CISM 11 Systems Analysis and Design 3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Advisory: CISB 15 or COMP 12 and CISB 11 Application of structured analysis and design methods and tools in the development of information systems, including CASE tools. 42386 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Quintana, V 17-1 arrange 1.75 hours Quintana, V ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42386 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Quintana at either: VQuintana@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

Advisory: CISB 11 CNASM core. Cisco CCNA 1st year certification. Concepts and designs in telecommunications and networking. 42394 W 1:00pm - 4:15pm Stubbe, R 17-3 arrange 3.25 hours Stubbe, R ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42394 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: CRN 42394 is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at (909) 274-4845. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Stubbe at either: RStubbe@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42392 T 5:30pm - 8:40pm Gau, J 28B-01 arrange 3.25 hours Gau, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42392 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Gau at either: JGau@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42390 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Andrews, B 17-3 arrange 3.25 hours Andrews, B ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42390 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Andrews at either: BAndrews@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISN 21 Windows Operating System 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: CISB 11 or (CISB 15 or COMP 12) Optimize Windows performance; install Windows hardware and software; edit Windows systems files; secure a Windows environment. 42395 F 8:00am - 11:10am Blyzka, J 17-11B arrange 3.25 hours Blyzka, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41395 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Blyzka at either: JBlyzka@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: CISN 11 CNASM core. MCSE topics, Hyper-V, AD policy mgmt, DNS, file system security, logon script, ntwk print, Web NAT VPN Terminal Server. 42396 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Gau, J 28B-01 arrange 3.25 hours Gau, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42396 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Gau at either: JGau@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISN 31 Linux Operating System 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

n CISN 24 Window Server Network and Security Administration

4.0 Units

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7:00pm - 10:10pm Blyzka, J 17-11A arrange 3.25 hours Blyzka, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42399 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Blyzka at either: JBlyzka@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISP 14 Advanced Visual Basic Programming 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: CISP 11 Multi-tier development, database updates, Web services, custom controls, help files, mobile devices. 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sanchez, A 17-1 42760 M arrange 3.38 hours Sanchez, A ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42760 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Sanchez at either: asanchez1@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISP 21 Programming in Java 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Advisory: CISB 11 Concepts and skills in planning, installing and managing Linux OS and its GUI; using shells and system administration commands. 42397 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Zamora, V 17-11B arrange 6.25 hours Zamora, V ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42397 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Zamora at either: VZamora@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n CISP 10 Principles of Object-Oriented Design 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory corequisite: CISP 11 or CISP 21 or CISP 31 or CISP41 Object-oriented design, patterns, and use of UML in different programming languages. 42398 W 11:30am - 2:20pm Degtyareva, A 17-11A n CISP 11 Programming in Visual Basic 4.0 Units (CAN CSCI06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: CISB 11 or CISB 15 or computer work experience Create Windows and Web OOP applications; covers loops, decision structures, arrays and database connections. 42400 T 1:00pm - 4:10pm Huang, S 17-11B arrange 3.25 hours Huang, S ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42400 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Huang at either: SHuang@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 84

Advisory: CISB 11 or CISB 15 Designing, developing, documenting, and debugging object-oriented programs and Web-based applets using Java. 42403 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Mehta, J 17-13 arrange 3.25 hours Mehta, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42403 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mehta at either: JMehta@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 5:20pm - 6:45pm Johnson, M 17-13 42401 MW arrange 3.25 hours Johnson, M ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42401 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Johnson at either: MTJohnson@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n CISP 31 Programming in C++

4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS: SECURITY


n CISS 11 Practical Computer Security 2.0 Units Advisory: CISB 11 Degree Applicable Computer security for all computer users. Projects include configuring security software and hardware. 42416 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Mercier, P 18-7 arrange 3.1 hours Mercier, P ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42416 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mercier at either: PMercier@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISS 21 Network Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Network vulnerabilities from hackers perspective, including law and ethics. Address and respond to computer network attacks. 42424 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 17-13 arrange 3.25 hours STAFF ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42424 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor STAFF at either: STAFF@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISS 23 Network Analysis, 4.0 Units Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems Degree Applicable, CSU CNASM core. Hands-on network analyzer, Intrusion Detection/Prevention; Troubleshoot network problems; Detect/respond to attacks. 42425 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Gau, J 28B-01 arrange 3.25 hours Gau, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42425 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Gau at either: JGau@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISS 25 Network Security and Firewalls 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Design secure networks by implementing and configuring firewalls. 42426 W 5:30pm - 8:40pm Gau, J 28B-01 arrange 3.25 hours Gau, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42426 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Gau at either: JGau@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

Advisory: CISP 11 or CISP 21 Object-oriented programming using C++ as the programming language. Includes design, documentation, and debugging techniques. 42406 TTh 3:30pm - 6:45pm Degtyareva, A 17-11A arrange 6.25 hours Degtyareva, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42406 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Degtyareva at either: ADegtyareva@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42405 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Degtyareva, A 17-11A arrange 6.25 hours Degtyareva, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42405 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Degtyareva at either: ADegtyareva@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISP 34 Advanced C++ Programming 4.0 Units Advisory: CISP 31 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advanced object-oriented programming concepts and principles of objectoriented design in C++. 42407 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Degtyareva, A 17-11A arrange 6.25 hours Degtyareva, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42407 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Degtyareva at either: ADegtyareva@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISP 41 Programming in C# 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

CREDIT: COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Advisory: CISB 11 or CISB 15 Windows and Web object oriented programming applications; covers loops, decision structures, arrays, and database connections. 42410 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Vo, T 17-3 arrange 3.25 hours Vo, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42410 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Vo at either: TVo@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n CISS 29 CNASM Service Learning 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU Explore career objectives and advance skills from CNASN courses through lab activities and community services. 42434 S 9:00am - 12:10pm Gau, J 28B-01

n CISW 41 XML Secure Programming

3.0 Units Degree Applicable

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS: WEB APPLICATIONS


n CISW 11 Internet Technologies 4.0 Units Advisory: CISB 11 or CISB 13 or CISB 15 Degree Applicable, CSU Internet concepts like email, Web, chat, streaming media, Web page and Web site creation, blogs, social networking, and eCommerce. 42428 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Zamora, V 17-1 arrange 3.25 hours Zamora, V ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42428 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Zamora at either: VZamora@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISW 15 Web Site Development 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: CISB 13 or (CISB 15 or COMP 12) or CISB 16 (formerly COMP 10) Use of a professional visual Web-authoring application to plan, develop, implement, publish and maintain Web sites. Formerly COMP 13. 42429 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Vasquez, J 18-7 n CISW 21 Secure Web Programming with ASP.NET 4.0 Units Advisory: CISB 15 or CISW 11 Degree Applicable, CSU Secure Web programming skills using Javascript, AJAX, and ASP.NET with VB.Net. 42431 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Blyzka, J 17-13 arrange 3.25 hours Blyzka, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42431 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Blyzka at either: JBlyzka@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISW 31 Secure Web Servers 4.0 Units Advisory: CISN 34 or CISW 24 Degree Applicable Plan, install and manage secure Web servers using server side programming language to manage secure databases. 42432 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Zamora, V 17-11B arrange 6.25 hours Zamora, V ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42432 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Zamora at either: VZamora@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

Advisory: CISW 21 XML and concepts and standards such as XPointers, XLink, XSLT, DOM, SAX, canonicalization, signatures and encryption. 42433 W 1:00pm - 4:10pm Zamora, V 17-13

COMPUTER SCIENCE
n CSCI 110 Fundamentals of Computer Science 3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: MATH 71 or MATH 71B or equivalent Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Basic concepts of computer hardware/software and an introduction to programming using a high level language. 40019 MW 9:00am - 9:45am Pop, H 61-1418 and MW 9:46am - 11:10am Pop, H 61-1418 40020 TTh 1:10pm - 1:55pm Pop, H 61-1418 and TTh 1:56pm - 3:20pm Pop, H 61-1418 n CSCI 140 C++ Language and Object Development 4.0 Units (CAN CSCI18) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: CSCI 110 or equivalent programming experience Introduction to C++ and object-oriented programming for computer science and other science students. 40021 TTh 9:50am - 11:15am Vo, T 61-1418 and TTh 11:35am - 1:00pm Vo, T 61-1418 n CSCI 145 Java Language and Object Oriented Programming 4.0 Units

Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: CSCI 110 Introduction to Java and object-oriented programming for computer science and other science students. 40022 MW 12:30pm - 1:55pm Vo, T 61-1418 and MW 2:15pm - 3:40pm Vo, T 61-1418

COMPUTER AND NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY


n CNET 50 PC Servicing 4.0 Units Advisory: ELEC 50B taken prior or concurrently Degree Applicable PC and peripheral servicing techniques, preventative maintenance, hardware/software configurations, and diagnostics. 41884 M 8:00am - 11:10am Miller, K 28B-401 and M 11:30am - 2:40pm Miller, K 28B-401 41886 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miranda, C 28B-401 and W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miranda, C 28B-401 n CNET 56 Computer Networks 4.0 Units Degree Applicable

Advisory: CNET 54 taken prior Standards, terminology, design, implementation, and troubleshooting of local and wide area networks (hardware and software). 41910 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miller, K 28B-404 and Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miller, K 28B-404 n CNET 58 Server Systems 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Advisory: CNET 56 Server systems. Includes both sofware and hardware components. Emphasis is on hardware. 41988 Th 8:00am - 10:10am Schroeder, C 28B-405 and Th 10:30am - 1:40pm Schroeder, C 28B-405 n CNET 66 Security + Certification Preparation 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

Advisory: CNET 54 and CNET 56 taken prior Prepares the computer/network service technician for the CompTIA sponsored Security+ Certification exam. 42766 W 8:00am - 10:10am Macatiag, D 28B-404

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n CORS 30 Ethnic Relations in Corrections 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Effects of cultural/ethnic differences on corrections staff and clients. Minority roles and relationships problems in America. Entry Level. 42072 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ellis, R 28B-203

ASPIRE

COUNSELING
n COUN 1 Introduction to College 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU English 68 41695 MW

The ASPIRE Program is a student success program aimed at enhancing academic success among African Americans and other students enrolled at Mt. San Antonio College. The ASPIRE Learning Community classes provide a combination of courses for students seeking a unique learning experience. This program pairs students with a mentor and helps develop a sense of community amongst students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

CREDIT: CORRECTIONAL SCIENCES / COUNSELING

ASPIRE SPRING 2012 COURSES


LINK 1 (7 Units) 12:00 pm - 2:05 pm Farve, D. 4 units 26A-3891 16-7

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Introduction to higher education and the college experience. Explores educational decision-making and educational planning. 42435 M 10:00am - 11:05am Sandoval, M 16-1 NOTE: CRN 42435 above is a learning community that has OPEN REGISTRATION. If you are interested in enrolling in this link, you may register online for the linked course during your registration apppointment date and time for Spring semester 2012. This class is linked to LERN 48 (CRN 40448) and Study 85A (CRN 41583). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 42774 WF 10:00am - 11:05am Thomas, A 11-2312 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Assists in creating strategies and techniques to be an effective college student and achieve educational and career goals. 42740 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Champion-Carter, A 16-7 NOTE: CRN 42740 above is designed for students in the ASPIRE Program. Participation in the ASPIRE Program is needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to ENGL 68 (CRN 41695). For more information, please contact (909) 274-6396. 42439 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Trejo, L 16-7 NOTE: CRN 42439 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 41064), English 68 (CRN 41667), and Read 90 (CRN 41482). For more information, please contact (909)2745392. 42773 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Champion-Carter, A 26A-2670 NOTE: CRN 42773 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 50 (CRN 40154) and Math 51 (CRN 40189). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 42438 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Perez-Garcia, J 16-7 NOTE: CRN 42438 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 71 (CRN 40265). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 42441 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Trejo, L 16-7 NOTE: CRN 42441 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 41072), English 68 (CRN 41680), and Read 90 (CRN 41474). For more information, please contact (909)2745392. 42437 M 3:00pm - 6:10pm Calzada, S 16-7 NOTE: CRN 42437 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 41075). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 42442 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Nassar, S 26D-G280 42443 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Roderick, E 26D-G431 NOTE: CRN 42443 is designed for student-athletes. n COUN 2 College Success Strategies

Counseling 2 42740 MW 8:00 am - 9:25 am Champion, A. 3 units LINK 2 (7 Units) English 1A 40628 MW History 31 41437 TTh Math 51 40186 MW

9:45 am - 11:50 am Gomez, F. 4 units 26D G471 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm Fisher, D. 3 units 26A -1811

LINK 3 (6 Units) 9:45 am - 11:50 am Nitta, A. 4 units 61-2414 61-2406

Counseling 7 42460 TTh 9:30 am - 10:35 am Thomas, A. 2 units

ASPIRE INFORMATION SESSIONS


Tuesday, November 29, 2011, 2:00 - 3:00 pm, 9B - Ragan Room Monday, January 30, 2012, 10:00 - 11:00 am, 9B - Ragan Room Wednesday, February 8, 2012, 10:00 - 11:00 am, 9B - Ragan Room Thursday, February 16, 2012, 2:00 - 3:00 pm, 9B - Ragan Room If you would like to enroll in these courses, find out more, and participate in the ASPIRE Program you MUST attend one of the information sessions listed below. For more information, visit the ASPIRE Office in the Student Services Annex, Bldg. 9D.

CONTACT US AT (909) 274-6396 FOR MORE INFORMATION.


n COUN 5 Career/Life Planning 3.0 Units Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU Assists students in evaluating career options using a systematic approach to self-exploration and career/life planning. 42446 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Torres, A 61-2406 NOTE: CRN 42446 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 1A (CRN 40658). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 42459 T 9:45am - 11:10am Ton, C 11-2105 and Th 03/29 9:45am - 11:10am Ton, C 11-2105 and Th 05/10 9:45am - 11:10am Ton, C 11-2105 and Th 05/24 9:45am - 11:10am Ton, C 11-2105 and Th 06/07 9:45am - 11:10am Ton, C 11-2105 arrange 1.65 hours Ton, C NOTE: CRN 42459 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 1A (CRN 40679). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392.

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42447 TTh 10:15am - 11:40am Lee, E 28B-207 42454 F 12:00pm - 3:10pm Hernandez, A 16-7 42772 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Diaz, L 16-7 NOTE: CRN 42772 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 51 (CRN 40188) and Math 71 (CRN 40259). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 42444 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Poulter, S 16-7 NOTE: CRN 42444 is designed for student-athletes. 42458 T 02/28 3:30pm - 6:40pm Daland, W 26D-G411 arrange 3.38 hours Daland, W NOTE: CRN 42458 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Daland at either: wdaland@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42457 M 02/277:00pm - 9:05pm Mbuthi, S 16-7 arrange 6.75 hours Mbuthi, S 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42457 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mbuthi at either: mbuthi@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42456 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Mbuthi, S 16-7 NOTE: CRN 42456: All assignments will be completed using a computer. Computer with internet connection required. 42455 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Poulter, S 16-7 NOTE: CRN 42455 is designed for student athletes. 42572 Th 03/016:15pm - 9:25pm Ton, C 26D-G431 arrange 3.38 hours Ton, C NOTE: CRN 42572 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Ton at either: cton@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

CREDIT: COUNSELING / DANCE

n COUN 7 Introduction to the Transfer Process 2.0 Units Advisory: ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU In depth exploration of transfer requirements, admission procedures, and requirements for majors. Field trips are required. 42460 TTh 9:30am - 10:35am Thomas, A 61-2406 NOTE: CRN 42460 above is designed for students in the ASPIRE Program. Participation in the ASPIRE Program is needed to enroll in this learning community. The class is linked to Math 51 (CRN 40186). For more information, please contact (909) 274-6396. 42462 WF 10:00am - 12:05pm Thomas, A 11-2312 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42461 TTh 12:30pm - 1:35pm Maestro, P 61-3310 NOTE: CRN 42461 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 110 (CRN 40034). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. n COUN 20 Peer Counselor Training 2.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Designed for group experiences with interpersonal communication and discussion of approaches to peer counseling and advising. 42463 F 9:00am - 11:05am Perez-Garcia, J 16-7 n COUN 54 Single Parent Academy 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Develop personal, educational, and career/life planning skills for single parents. 42464 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Smedley, D 61-3414 NOTE: CRN 42464 is designed for students in the CARE or CalWORKs programs. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to FCS 41 (CRN 41265) and CHLD 72 (CRN 42762). For more information, please contact Ana TafoyaDiaz at (909) 274-5981. n COUN 99A Special Projects in Counseling 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU

(May be taken four times for credit) Opportunity to explore disciplines in greater depth. Instructors authorization is required. A field trip may be required. 42465 arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42465 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required. 42775 arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 03/12/2012 ending 05/06/2012 NOTE: CRN 42775 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required. 42776 arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 03/26/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: CRN 42776 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required. 42777 arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 06/03/2012 NOTE: CRN 42777 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required. 42778 arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42778 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required.

DANCE: ACTIVITY
n DNCE 2A Ballet I .5 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Basic vocabulary, technique, and movement combinations for ballet. 42322 M 11:30am - 1:35pm Lefler, P 2-T121 42342 T 1:45pm - 3:50pm Shear, M 2-T121

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.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

n DNCE 18A Tap I

.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Designed to teach basic social dance techniques. 42324 W 9:00am - 11:05am Lefler, P NOTE: CRN 42324 is Men (Male) Section. 42326 W 9:00am - 11:05am Lefler, P NOTE: CRN 42326 is Women (Female) Section. 42331 F 9:00am - 11:05am Lefler, P 42333 F 9:00am - 11:05am Lefler, P NOTE: CRN 42333 is Female Section. 42303 Th 1:45pm - 3:50pm Hendrix, J 42307 Th 6:30pm - 8:35pm Hendrix, J n DNCE 12A Modern I

2-T121 2-T121 2-T121 2-T121 2-T121 45-1411

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Presents basic technique, rhythms and routines for tap dance. 42304 Th 4:00pm - 6:05pm Hendrix, J n DNCE 18B Tap II

CREDIT: DANCE

45-1411

.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Intermediate technique, rhythms and routines for tap dance. 42305 Th 4:00pm - 6:05pm Hendrix, J NOTE: Advisory: DNCE 18A n DNCE 22 Dance Rehearsal

45-1411

.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Basic vocabulary, technique, and movement combinations for Modern dance. 42321 M 9:00am - 11:05am Lefler, P 2-T121 42317 W 1:45pm - 3:50pm Jensen, K 2-T121 42344 T 4:00pm - 6:05pm Shear, M 2-T121 n DNCE 12B Modern II .5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Designed for the experienced dancer to work in a rehearsal environment and to be a participant in the beginning elements of concert production. 42298 T 11:30am - 1:35pm Martino, L 2-T121 42300 Th 11:30am - 1:35pm Martino, L 2-T121 42288 T 6:30pm - 8:35pm Nakamura, A 2-T121 42291 Th 6:30pm - 8:35pm Nakamura, A 2-T121 n DNCE 24 Dance Production 1.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Intermediate technique and movement combinations of Modern dance. 42339 W 9:00am - 11:05am Shear, M 2-T122 NOTE: DNCE 12A recommended. 42296 Th 9:00am - 11:05am Martino, L 2-T121 NOTE: DNCE 12A recommended. 42318 W 1:45pm - 3:50pm Jensen, K 2-T121 NOTE: DNCE 12A recommended. n DNCE 14A Jazz I .5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Designed for the experienced dancer to apply previously learned choreographic skill, to conduct stage rehearsals and learn costuming techniques. 42301 TTh 11:30am - 1:35pm Martino, L 2-T121 42290 TTh 6:30pm - 8:35pm Nakamura, A 2-T121 n DNCE 30 Contemporary Dance .5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Basic vocabulary, technique, and movement combinations and routines for jazz dance. 42329 W 11:30am - 1:35pm Lefler, P 2-T121 42335 F 11:30am - 1:35pm Lefler, P 2-T121 42313 M 4:00pm - 6:05pm Jensen, K 2-T121 n DNCE 14B Jazz II .5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Provides the beginning to advanced dancer the opportunity to experience different techniques of leading contemporary dancers and choreographers. 42341 W 9:00am - 11:05am Shear, M 2-T122 NOTE: CRN 42341 features intermediate modern dance techniques. 42297 Th 9:00am - 11:05am Martino, L 2-T121 NOTE: CRN 42297 features intermediate modern dance techniques. n DNCE 31 Classical Dance .5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Intermediate technique, movement combinations and routines for jazz dance. 42293 T 9:00am - 11:05am Martino, L 2-T121 NOTE: Advisory: DNCE 14A 42330 W 11:30am - 1:35pm Lefler, P 2-T121 NOTE: Advisory: DNCE 14A 42310 W 4:00pm - 6:05pm Jensen, K 2-T121 NOTE: Advisory: DNCE 14A n DNCE 15 Jazz Performance .5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Provides the proficient ballet student the opportunity to experience the different schools of ballet techniques. 42292 T 1:45pm - 3:50pm Nakamura, A 2-T122 NOTE: Advisory DNCE 2B n DNCE 32 Commercial Dance .5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Introduces the experienced dancer to the performance aspect of jazz dance by providing advanced techniques leading to the performance of compositions. 42295 T 9:00am - 11:05am Martino, L 2-T121 NOTE: Advisory: DNCE 14B

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Provides the intermediate to advanced jazz dancerthe opportunity to experience the different techniques of leading commercial dancers, teachers and c horeographers. 42308 M 1:45pm - 3:50pm Jensen, K 2-T121 NOTE: CRN 42308 is beginning to intermediate Hip Hop dance styles. 42314 M 6:30pm - 8:35pm Jensen, K 2-T121 NOTE: CRN 42314 is beginning to intermediate Hip Hop dance styles. 42315 W 6:30pm - 8:35pm Jensen, K 2-T121 NOTE: CRN 42315 is beginning to intermediate Hip Hop dance styles.

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n DNCE 33 Improvisation .5 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Provides the opportunity to experience the creative process of improvisation in dance and choreography. 42346 W 11:30am - 1:35pm Shear, M 2-T122 n DNCE 39A Alignment and Correctives I .5 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Pilates conditioning (mat and machine apparatus). 42415 F 8:00am - 10:05am Ritz, K 45-1411 42408 M 11:30am - 1:35pm Ritz, K 45-1411 42413 W 4:00pm - 6:05pm Ritz, K 45-1411 42411 T 5:15pm - 7:20pm Ritz, K 45-1411 n DNCE 39B Alignment and Correctives II .5 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: DNCE 39A Advanced Pilates conditioning (mat and machine apparatus). 42417 F 8:00am - 10:05am Ritz, K 45-1411 NOTE: Advisory: DNCE 39A 42409 M 11:30am - 1:35pm Ritz, K 45-1411 NOTE: Advisory: DNCE 39A 42414 W 4:00pm - 6:05pm Ritz, K 45-1411 NOTE: Advisory: DNCE 39A 42412 T 5:15pm - 7:20pm Ritz, K 45-1411 NOTE: Advisory: DNCE 39A

DISABLED STUDENTS
n DSPS 12 Career Exploration and Planning for 3.0 Units Students with Disabilities (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Not Degree Applicable Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 67 and READ 80 Assists students with career decision-making through self- assessment and occupational research. Disability factors are covered. 42635 WF 11:30am - 12:55pm Quinn, B 16-9 n DSPS 30 Academic Success Strategies for 1.0 Unit Students with Disabilities (May be taken four times for credit) Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 67 or above, or MATH 50 to MATH 130 Strategies for academic success. Addresses auditory processing, language, memory, and reasoning. 42633 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Wilkerson, J 17-9 42631 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Wilkerson, J 17-9 NOTE: CRN# 42631 (DSPS 30) is linked with CRN# 41666 (ENGL 68). Students are required to enroll in both courses. n DSPS 31 Memory Strategies for Students 3.0 Units with Disabilities (May be taken four times for credit) Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Advisory: Eligibility for READ 80. Student should have at least one other academic class for application of strategies. Understanding and improving memory process, identifying what to memorize, learning compensatory strategies, applying to academics. 42629 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Tunstall, C 17-9 n DSPS 32 Technology for Students with 3.0 Units Learning Disabilities (May be taken four times for credit) Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 67 or AMLA 42W and READ 80 or AMLA 32R. Concurent enrollment in an academic class that requires reading and writing. Introduces students who have Learning Disabilities to technological strategies that can improve academic performance. 42632 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Wilkerson, J 17-9 n DSPS 33 Strategies for Success in Math for Students with Disabilities 3.0 Units

DANCE: THEORY
n DN-T 20 History and Appreciation of Dance 3.0 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Survey of theatrical dance in Western civilization. 42285 F 8:30am - 11:40am Nakamura, A 2-T120 n DN-T 28 Functional Anatomy for Pilates 2.0 Units Degree Applicable Functional human anatomy as applied to the Pilates method of conditioning. 42419 T 7:30pm - 9:35pm Ritz, K 45-1411 n DN-T 30 Teaching Pilates Reformer Repertoire 1.5 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: DN-T 29 Learning to teach the Pilates Reformer exercises and principles. 42418 M 6:15pm - 7:20pm Ritz, K and M 7:30pm - 9:35pm Ritz, K n DN-T 31 Pilates Teaching-Mat and Reformer

45-1411 45-1411

3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: DN-T 28 and DN-T 29 Prepares students to teach Pilates in a variety of settings and situatins. Off-campus observations may be required. 42420 MW 1:45pm - 3:50pm Ritz, K 45-1411 and W 6:15pm - 7:20pm Ritz, K 45-1411 and W 7:30pm - 9:35pm Ritz, K 45-1411 n DN-T 38 Dance Teaching Methods 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in MATH 50 to MATH 130 Strategies for students currently in math courses for academic success in relationship to disabilities. 42634 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Tunstall, C 17-9

EDUCATION
n EDUC 10 Introduction to Education 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Field of education for students interested in teaching at the elementary or secondary level. K-12 classroom observations required. 40734 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Preciado, R 26A-2831 40735 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Preciado, R 26A-2831 40736T 5:15pm - 8:25pm Bhojani, S 26A-2620 n EDUC 16 Aspects and Issues in Teaching 3.0 Units Service Learning Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Surveys teaching/learning styles, learner diversity, standards, legislation, funding, teacher/student rights and responsibilities. 40737 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Preciado, R 26A-2831

Corequisite: DNCE 2B or DNCE 12B or DNCE 14B The application of pedagogical methods in dance. Course will involve offcampus teaching observations. 42287 T 4:00pm - 6:05pm Nakamura, A 2-T122 and Th 3:00pm - 6:15pm Nakamura, A 2-T122
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n ELEC 11 Technical Applications in Microcomputers 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Using the PC and Microsoft Office for assignments such as resumes, spreadsheets, databases, presentations, and job searches. Entry Level. 41919 M 8:00am - 1:15pm Uranga, J 28B-108 n ELEC 12 Computer Simulation and Troubleshooting 2.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: ELEC 51, ELEC 56 taken prior Using Electronics Workbench/Multisim software for simulation and troubleshooting of electronics circuits. 41923 M 5:00pm - 9:15pm Denny, J 28B-108 n ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits (DC) 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: Eligibility for Math 51; ELEC 61 taken concurrently DC electrical circuits and their applications. Students seeking a survey course should take ELEC 10, rather than ELEC 50A or 50B. Entry Level. 41924 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Denny, J 28B-405 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Denny, J 28B-405 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41927 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Hymer, J 28B-401 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Hymer, J 28B-401 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

n ELEC 61 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisories: ELEC 50A and ELEC 50B Assembly and fabrication techniques in basic soldering, de-soldering, SMT, PCB design, and cabling. Entry Level. 41961 W 5:00pm - 6:59pm Denny, J 28B-108 and W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Denny, J 28A-213 n ELEC 74 Microcontroller Systems 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

CREDIT: ELECTRONICS / ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY / EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE

Advisory: ELEC 56 taken prior Microcontrolelrs, programming, programmable logic devices (PLDs), and interfacing with industry applications and troubleshooting. 41966 W 8:00am - 11:10am Christ, J 28B-403 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Christ, J 28B-403

ELECTRONICS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY


n EST 52 Fabrication Techniques for Cable Installation 4.0 Units

Degree Applicable Fabrication techniques for home theater, computer networks and home automation installations. Prepares for the CA C-7 license. Entry Level. 41977 W 8:00am - 11:10am Moxley, D IDHL-14 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Moxley, D IDHL-14 NOTE: CRN 41977 above meets off camput at The Village at Indian Hill (entrance #3), 1460 East Holt., Pomona. For more information call 909-274-4750. n EST 56 Home Theater, Home Integration and Home Security Systems 4.0 Units

Advisory: ELEC 50A taken prior Introduction to electronic circuits covering AC (alternating current) sources, analysis, test equipment and troubleshooting. 41937 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Denny, J 28B-405 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Denny, J 28B-405 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41947 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Hymer, J 28B-401 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Hymer, J 28B-401 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41948 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Olague, J 28B-403 and Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Olague, J 28B-403 n ELEC 54B Industrial Electronic Systems 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Degree Applicable Advisory: EST 54 Home theater and home integration systems, including security, installation and service. Prepares students for the CA C-7 license. 41983 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Uranga, J IDHL-16 and Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Uranga, J IDHL-16 NOTE: CRN 41983 above meets off campus at The Village at Indian Hill (entrance #3), 1460 East Holt., Pomona. For more information call 909-274-4750. n EST 64 Electronic Troubleshooting - II 4.0 Units Degree Applicable

Advisory: ELEC 54A taken prior Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) used for industrial processes, robotics, automation, and production. 41949 Th 8:00am - 1:30pm Uranga, J 28B-412 n ELEC 55 Microwave Communications 4.0 Units Degree Applicable

Advisory: ELEC 53 taken prior Microwave components and circuits and their applications with emphasis on satellite technology, radar, GPS, and others. 41950 M 8:00am - 11:10am Hymer, J 28B-410 and M 11:30am - 2:40pm Hymer, J 28B-410 n ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Combinational and sequential logic circuits emphasizing number systems, gates, flip-flops, counters, and reduction techniques. 41960 T 8:00am - 11:10am Harsany, S 28B-405 and T 11:30am - 2:40pm Harsany, S 28B-405 41989 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miller, K 28B-405 and W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miller, K 28B-405

Advisory: EST 62 Troubleshooting advanced electronic video circuits and systems to component level. Includes digital TV and HDTV. 41981 M 8:00am - 11:10am Garcia Dena, J IDHL-16 and M 11:30am - 2:40pm Garcia Dena, J IDHL-16 NOTE: CRN 41981 above meets off campus at The Village at Indian Hill (entrance #3), 1460 East Holt., Pomona. For more information call 909-274-4750.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE


n EMS 1 Fundamentals for Paramedics 4.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Completed Paramedic Program application, current California EMT I (Basic) certificate, and six months employment as an EMT I Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Overview of emergency medical services (EMS) competencies, current practices, medicalterminolog y, emphasis on applied physiology and structure an d function of human body systems. Pre-co urse for the Paramedic Program. 41959 arrange 12 hours Williams, S 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012

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CREDIT: EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE / EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN / ENGINEERING / ENGINEERING DESIGN TECH.

2.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Admission to Paramedic Program and EMS 1 Corequisite: EMS 20, EMS 30, EMS 40, EMS 50, and EMS 60 Gross anatomy and physiology of the human body with applications to paramedic practices. 41962 arrange 2.29 hours Williams, S 17 Weeks, Week beginning 04/30/2012 ending 08/27/2012 n EMS 20 Emergency Cardiac Care for Paramedics 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN


n EMT 90 Emergency Medical Technican I 10.5 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: High school graduation or equivalent and minimum of 18 years of age Develop skills in assessment and treatment of the sick and injured. Leads to EMT-Basic state and national certification. 41975 MW 12:00pm - 5:00pm Sherwood, K 67A-123 and arrange 4 hours Sherwood, K HOSP 19 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 07/08/2012

Prerequisite: Admission to the Paramedic Program Corequisite: EMS 10, EMS 30, EMS 40, EMS 50, and EMS 60 Certifies paramedics in Basic Life Support (BLS-CPR), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). 41967 arrange 1.53 hours Gagnon, C 17 Weeks, Week beginning 04/30/2012 ending 08/27/2012 n EMS 30 Pharmacology for Paramedics 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

ENGINEERING
n ENGR 1 Introduction to Engineering 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to the engineering profession: academic requirements, transfer, professional licensing, academic success strategies. 42183 T 10:15am - 12:20pm Khan, M 11-2101 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 42184 W 10:15am - 12:20pm Khan, M 11-2101 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n ENGR 24 Engineering Graphics 4.0 Units (CAN ENGR02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: ENGR 18 and eligibility for MATH 51 Advisory: CISB 15 Graphical expression through CAD. Includes freehand and instrument engineering drawings with dimensioning and tolerancing. 42200 M 8:00am - 11:10am Khan, M 11-2107 and M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jue, M 11-2107 and W 8:00am - 10:05am Khan, M 11-2107 n ENGR 40 Statics 3.0 Units (CAN ENGR08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: PHYS 4A Vector approach to static equilibrium of rigid bodies, forces, couples in two and three-dimensionalspace. 42201 MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Khan, M 11-2101 n ENGR 41 Dynamics 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: Admission to the Paramedic Program Corequisite: EMS 10, EMS 20, EMS 40, EMS 50, and EMS 60 Common paramedic medications with emphasis on mechanism of action, therapeutic outcomes and possible adverse reactions. 41969 arrange 3.05 hours Gagnon, C 17 Weeks, Week beginning 04/30/2012 ending 08/27/2012 n EMS 40 Cardiology for Paramedics 5.0 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: Admission to the Paramedic Program Corequisite: EMS 10, EMS 20, EMS 30, EMS 50, and EMS 60 Understanding the normal and diseased heart. Assessment, interpretation of dysrhythmias, and appropriate paramedic interventions. 41970 arrange 5.35 hours Ziolkowski, T 17 Weeks, Week beginning 04/30/2012 ending 08/27/2012 n EMS 50 Paramedic Skills Competency 5.0 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: Admission to the Paramedic Program Corequisite: EMS 10, EMs 20, EMS 30, EMS 40, and EMS 60 Paramedic skills required for field operation and to pass competencybased certification exams. 41971 arrange 9.53 hours Ziolkowski, T 17 Weeks, Week beginning 04/30/2012 ending 08/27/2012 n EMS 60 EMS Theory for Paramedics 8.5 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: ENGR 40 Absolute and relative motion of particles and rigid bodies in translational and rotational motion. Vector approach. 42202 TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Anderson, D 60-1506 n ENGR 44 Electrical Engineering 4.0 Units (CAN ENGR06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: PHYS 4B Circuit analysis. Kirchoffs Laws and Thevenins Theorems; transient and steady state sinusoidal analysis; polyphase circuits. 42203 T 8:00am - 11:10am Mason, M 60-1628 and Th 8:00am - 11:10am Mason, M 60-1628

Prerequisite: Admission to the Paramedic Program Corequisite: EMS 10, EMS 20, EMS 30, EMS 40, and EMS 50 Paramedic theories, principles and practices, assessment and treatment of pathologic processes, and mechanisms of injury. 41973 arrange 9.18 hours Ziolkowski, T 17 Weeks, Week beginning 04/30/2012 ending 08/27/2012 n EMS 70 Paramedic Clinical Internship 4.0 Units Degree Applicable

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: EMS 1 Corequisite: EMS 60 (May have been taken previously.) Clinical experience and application of paramedic theory and practice, patient assessment, and skills in a hosptial setting.

ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY


n EDT 11 Technical Engineering Drawing I 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Basic skills in application, sketch, theory, design processes used in engineering and industrial drawings. Portfolio required. Entry Level. 40896 TTh 7:50am - 11:00am Lizarraga, M 28B-310 40897 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Galloway, K 28B-310

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3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

ENGLISH: COMPOSITION
CREDIT: ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY / ENGLISH: COMPOSITION

Advisory: EDT 11 Advanced applications in engineering and industrial drawing. Techniques, dimensioning, tolerancing, fasteners. Manual or CAD portfolio. 40904 TTh 7:50am - 11:00am Lizarraga, M 28B-310 40909 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Galloway, K 28B-310 n EDT 16 Basic CAD and Computer Applications 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Basic CAD (Computer Aided Design and Drafting) and computer applications (such as AutoCAD, Word, Excel and PowerPoint). 40913 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Lizarraga, M 28B-301A 40923 TTh 12:00pm - 3:10pm Lizarraga, M 28B-301A 40932 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Diskin, W 28B-310 NOTE: Current software used in EDT 16: AutoCAD 2012, Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint. Solidworks will be introduced the last 8 weeks. n EDT 18 Engineering CAD Applications 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: EDT 11, EDT 16 Intermediate CAD for engineering, both 2-D and 3-D parametric solid modeling. 40933 MW 3:40pm - 6:50pm Lizarraga, M 28B-308 NOTE: Current software used: Solid Works 2012. 40936 M 6:00pm - 9:10pm STAFF 28A-102K and W 6:00pm - 9:10pm STAFF 28A-102K NOTE: Current software used: Solid Works 2012. n EDT 20 Technical Descriptive Geometry 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: EDT 11 Advanced course applies principles of ortho projection and 3D visualization to solve problems that involve lines, planes, intersections. 40938 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Nakatani, F 28B-312 n EDT 24 Engineering CAD 3-D Solids and Surfaces 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: EDT 18 Advanced CAD to develop detailed working drawings incorporating 3D parametric solid modeling. 40943 T 3:35pm - 6:45pm Miranda III, G 28B-301A and arrange 1.13 hours Miranda III, G ONLINE and arrange 2.25 hours Miranda III, G ONLINE NOTE: CRN 40943 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Miranda at either: gmiranda@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n EDT 28 Engineerng CAD 3D Illustration/Animation 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: EDT 18 Advanced CAD course in 3D illustration using shading and animation techniques. (SolidWorks, 3DS Max, Adobe PS). 40946 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm James, S 28B-308

PLACEMENT IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION CLASSES Students are placed in Composition classes as a result of appropriate scores on the Mt. SAC Assessment of Written English or equivalent prerequisite courses successfully completed (C or better) at other colleges that fulfill the Mt. SAC prerequisite for the respective course. Students with appropriate scores will be placed in Freshman Composition 1A. Students needing additional developmental work will be placed in ENGL 68 (Preparation for College Writing) or in both ENGL 67 (Writing Fundamentals) and ENGL 68 (Preparation for College Writing) (NO CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT). Depending upon initial placement into English courses, students are eligible for Freshman Composition (ENGL 1A) upon successful completion of ENGL 67 (Writing Fundamentals) and ENGL 68 (Preparation for College Writing). Students are encouraged to complete Freshman Composition 1A as early in their college program as possible. n ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0 Units (CAN ENGL02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: ENGL 68 or satisfactory score on the English Placement Test Develops expository and argumentative essay and research paper skills. Emphasizes critical reading of academic material. 40625 MTWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40622 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Nemeth, S 7-1209 40623 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Spradlin, S 26A-3891 40624 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Lynch, C 26D-3290 42468 M 7:30am - 9:35am Allende, K 26A-3690 and arrange 2.45 hours Allende, K ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42468 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Allende at either: kallende@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40654 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Gomez, F 26D-G471 40655 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Callaci, A 26A-3620 40656 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Karn, T 26D-2210 40657TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Estrada, M 26A-2841 40675 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Mattoon, M 26A-3821

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n ENGL 1B English - Introduction to Literary Types 3.0 Units (CAN ENGL04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AH Critical, oral, and written evaluation, analysis, and interpretation of short and long fiction, poetry, and drama. 42114 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Bartman, S 26A-3821 42116 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Farve, D 26A-3891 42115 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Dougherty, M 26A-3610 4.0 Units n ENGL 1C Critical Thinking and Writing Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AH Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Develops critical reading, thinking, and writing skills. Focuses on logical analysis and argumentative writing. 40773 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Enke, G 26A-3610 40775 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Pappas, G 26A-3811 40777 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Francev, P 26A-3821 42474 T 7:30am - 9:35am OBrien, P 26A-3680 and arrange 2.45 hours OBrien, P ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42474 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor OBrien at either: pobrien@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40800 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Pappas, G 26A-3811 42475 W 7:30am - 9:35am OBrien, P 26A-3680 and arrange 2.45 hours OBrien, P ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42475 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor OBrien at either: pobrien@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40811 F 8:00am - 12:15pm Cushing, W 26D-3481 40779 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Cannon, H 26D-3491 40781 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Enke, G 26A-3610 40782 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Thomas, J 26A-3821 40801 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Cannon, H 26D-3491 40803TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Thomas, J 26D-3411 40804 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Mageean, M 80-1220 42476 W 9:45am - 11:50am OBrien, P 26A-3680 and arrange 2.45 hours OBrien, P ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42476 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor OBrien at either: pobrien@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42479 W 9:45am - 11:50am Horton, T 26D-3280 and arrange 2.45 hours Horton, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42479 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Horton at either: thorton@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

12:00pm - 2:05pm Mc Cormick, E 26A-3680 12:00pm - 2:05pm Thomas, J 26A-3821 12:00pm - 2:05pm Johnson, S 26A-2841 12:00pm - 2:05pm Thomas, J 26D-3411 12:00pm - 2:05pm Arterburn, P 26D-3481 12:00pm - 2:05pm Horton, T 26A-3680 and arrange 2.45 hours Horton, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42480 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Horton at either: thorton@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40814 F 1:30pm - 5:45pm Cushing, W 26D-3481 40788 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Mc Cormick, E 26A-3680 40789 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Alvarez, H 26A-3821 40791 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Olds, J 26D-3290 42477 M 2:15pm - 4:20pm Mc Faul, J 26D-3280 and arrange 2.45 hours Mc Faul, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42477 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Faul at either: jdmcfaul@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42481 Th 2:15pm - 4:20pm Horton, T 26A-3680 and arrange 2.45 hours Horton, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42481 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Horton at either: thorton@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40792 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Alvarez, H 26A-3821 40795 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Olds, J 26D-3290 42478 M 4:30pm - 6:35pm Mc Faul, J 26D-3280 and arrange 2.45 hours Mc Faul, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42478 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Faul at either: jdmcfaul@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40807 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Mc Cormick, E 26A-3680 40796 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Alvarez, H 26A-3821 40798 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Olds, J 26D-3290 40799 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Moore, B 26D-G471 40808 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Moore, B 26D-G471 40809 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Buckwalter, M 26A-3821

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n ENGL 1CH Critical Thinking and Writing - Honors 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AH and acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. May not receive credit for both ENGL 1C and ENGL 1CH. 40827 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Cannon, H 26D-3491 40829 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Mageean, M 80-1220 40832 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Brantingham, J 26D-3411 40834 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Brantingham, J 26D-3411 n ENGL 8B Creative Writing - Poetry 3.0 Units (CAN ENGL06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AH Emphasizes students development as a poet. 42486 TTh 12:00pm - 1:25pm Bartman, S 26A-3821 n ENGL 8D Creative Writing - Poetry Collection 3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ENGL 8B Elements, processes, and techniques for creating and writing poetry collections. 42693 TTh 12:00pm - 1:25pm Bartman, S 26A-3821 4.0 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or completion of AMLA 42W or completion of LERN 81 Emphasizes sentence, outlining, summary, paragraph and essay skills, and critical thinking through combining reading and writing. 41096 TThF 6:55am - 9:35am Brouillette, R 26D-3290 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41059 MTWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Garrett, J 26A-3670 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41057 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Hight, L 26A-3831 41060 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Mc Faul, J 26D-3280 41062 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Gold Wright, J 26A-3841 41063 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Estrada, M 26A-2841 41097 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Hight, L 26A-3831 41099 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Gold Wright, J 26A-3841 41064 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3620 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41064 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 68 (CRN 41667), Read 90 (CRN 41482), and Coun 2 (CRN 42439). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41065 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Frahs, P 26A-3811 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41066 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Garrett, J 26A-3670 41068 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Avila, R 26D-3411 41069 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Gold Wright, J 26A-3841 41070 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Estrada, M 26A-2841 41102 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Garrett, J 26A-3670 41104 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Whalen, M 26D-G220 41106 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Alvarez-Galvan, M 28B-203 41107 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Loera-Ramirez, D 26D-3280 41100 TThF 9:45am - 12:25pm Brouillette, R 26D-3290 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41071 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3620 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41072 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Frahs, P 26A-3811 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41072 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 68 (CRN 41680), Read 90 (CRN 41474), and Coun 2 (CRN 42441). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. n ENGL 67 Writing Fundamentals

41073 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Brackenhoff, M 26A-3841 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41074 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Dougherty, M 26A-3610 41075 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Avila, R 26D-3411 NOTE: CRN 41075 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Coun 2 (CRN 42437). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41111 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Perez Gonzalez, J 28B-207 41112 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Mushik, M 26D-3491 41113 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Alvarez-Galvan, M 28B-203 41076 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Myers, R 26A-3881 41080 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Haven, M 26A-2841 41081 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Mullane, D 26A-3811 41082 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Trokkos, M 26D-3471 41083 MTWTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Brackenhoff, M 26A-3841 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41084 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Myers, R 26A-3881 41089 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Dougherty, M 26A-3690 41116 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Ceniceroz, J 26A-3811 41117 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Dougherty, M 26A-3610 41091 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Lynch-Thompson, C 26A-3841 41092 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Lam, W 26A-3610 41094 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Dougherty, M 26A-3690 41123 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Ceniceroz, J 26A-2841 41124 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Stefan, J 26A-3841 41125 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Lastrapes, M 26A-3881 n ENGL 68 Preparation for College Writing 4.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ENGL 67 or AMLA 43W or satisfactory score on the English Placement Test Emphasizes development of academic essays based on critical reading of texts. 41758 TThF 6:30am - 7:45am Enke, G 26A-3610 41757 TThF 6:55am - 9:35am Brouillette, R 26D-3290 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41645 MTWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Garrett, J 26A-3670 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41660 MTWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41652 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Prochaska, C 26A-1871 41657 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Cavina, K 26D-3481 41658 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Karn, T 26D-2210 41659 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Churchill, P 26A-3871 41761 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Mc Faul, J 26D-3280 41762 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Chance, P 26D-3481 41763 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Churchill, P 26A-3871 41759 TThF 8:00am - 9:15am Enke, G 26A-3610 41667 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3620 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41667 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 41064), Read 90 (CRN 41482), and Coun 2 (CRN 42439). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41668 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Frahs, P 26A-3811 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41670 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Arterburn, P 26D-3481 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41671 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41662 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Hight, L 26A-3831 41663 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Prochaska, C 26A-1871 41664 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Key Ketter, L 28B-201 41665 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Karn, T 26D-2210 41666 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Churchill, P 26A-3871 NOTE: CRN# 41666 (Engl 68) is linked with CRN# 42631 (DSPS 30). Students are required to enroll in both courses. 41764 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Hight, L 26A-3831 41765 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Farve, D 26A-3891 41776 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Prochaska, C 26A-1871

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41766 TThF 9:45am - 12:25pm Brouillette, R 26D-3290 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41674 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41676 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Brackenhoff, M 26A-3841 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41678 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3620 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41680 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Frahs, P 26A-3811 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41680 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 41072), Read 90 (CRN 41474), and Coun 2 (CRN 42441). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41682 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Leader, J 66-246 NOTE: CRN 41682 is linked to AMLA 33R (CRN 41556). 41691 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Key Ketter, L 28B-201 41692 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Hall, K 26D-G220 41693 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Brandler, M 26A-1871 41694 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Vance, D 28B-207 41695 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Farve, D 26A-3891 NOTE: CRN 41695 is designed for students in the ASPIRE Program. Participation in the ASPIRE Program is needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Coun 2 (CRN 42740).For more information, please contact (909) 274-6396. 41697 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Churchill, P 26A-3871 42482 M 12:00pm - 2:05pm Arterburn, P 26D-3481 and arrange 2.45 hours Arterburn, P ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42482 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Arterburn at either: parterburn@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41780 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Flores, C 26D-2210 41781 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Farve, D 26A-3891 41784 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Churchill, P 28B-201 42483 W 12:00pm - 2:05pm Loera-Ramirez, D 26D-3280 and arrange 2.45 hours Loera-Ramirez, D ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42483 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Loera-Ramirez at either: dloera@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42484 W 12:00pm - 2:05pm Loera-Ramirez, D 26D-3280 and arrange 2.45 hours Loera-Ramirez, D ONLINE NOTE: Other Information About Course: This section begins Wednesday, March 7. CRN 42484 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Loera-Ramirez at either: dloera@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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The English Bridge provides a combination of English, Reading, Counseling courses and/or other transferrable courses for students seeking a unique learning experience. In addition, students will learn what it takes to succeed in college and beyond. Students will work in teams and receive tutoring in these courses.

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ENGLISH BRIDGE SPRING 2012 COURSES


CLUSTER 1 - FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE
LINK 1 English 67 41075 MW Coun 2 42437 MW 12:10 pm - 2:05 pm 3:00 pm - 6:10 pm Avila, R. Calzada, S. 4 units 3 units 26D-3411 16-7

NOTE: Attendance at an information session and special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. *Max enrollment: 30

LINK 2 English 1A 40679 TTh 12:00 pm - 2:05 pm Estrada, M. 4 units 3 units 26A-3831 11-2105

Coun 5 (Hybrid) Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 42459 TTh 9:45 am - 11:10 am Ton, C.

NOTE: Attendance at an information session and special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. *Max enrollment: 30

CLUSTER 2 - TITLE V
LINK 1 English 67 (First 8 weeks, beginning 2/27/2012 and ending on 4/22/2012) 41064 MTWTh 9:45 am - 11:50 am Quintana-Mullane, K. 4 units 26A-3620 English 68 (Second 8 weeks, beginning 4/23/2012 and ending on 6/17/2012) 41667 MTWTh 9:45 am-11:50 am Quintana-Mullane, K 4 units 26A-3620 Read 90 41482 MW Coun 2 42439 TTh 1:15 pm - 2:40 pm 8:00 am - 9:25 am Burman, E. Trejo, L. 3 units 3 units 6-131 16-7

NOTE: Attendance at an information session and special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. *Max enrollment: 30

LINK 2 English 67 (First 8 weeks, beginning 2/27/2012 and ending on 4/22/2012) 41072 MTWTh 12:00 pm - 2:05 pm Frahs, P. 4 units 26A-3811 English 68 (Second 8 weeks, beginning 4/23/2012 and ending on 6/17/2012) 41680 MTWTh 12:00 pm - 2:05 pm Frahs, P. 4 units 26A-3811 Read 90 41474 MW Coun 2 42441 TTh 9:45 am - 11:10 am 9:45 am - 11:10 am Silva, L. Trejo, L. 3 units 3 units 6-132 16-7

NOTE: Attendance at an information session and special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. *Max enrollment: 30

CLUSTER 3 - TITLE V
LINK 1 English 1A 40658 TThF 9:30 am - 10:45 am Enke, G. 4 units 26A-3610

Coun 5 (Second 8 weeks, beginning 4/23/2012 and ending on 6/17/2012) 42446 TTh 8:00 am - 9:25 am Torres, A. 3 units 61-2406
NOTE: Attendance at an information session and special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. *Max enrollment: 30

ENGLISH BRIDGE INFORMATION SESSIONS


Monday, November 21, 2011, 1:00-2:30 pm, Bldg. 6-160 Tuesday, January 24, 2012, 3:00-4:30 pm, Bldg. 6-160 Tuesday, February 14, 2012, 1:00-2:30 pm, Bldg. 6-160 Wednesday, February 15, 2012, 3:00-4:30 pm, Bldg. 9C-Stage Thursday, February 16, 2012, 1:00-2:30 pm, Bldg. 6-160 If you would like to find out more information and/or you are interested in enrolling in the Bridge Program, you may visit us at the Student Services Annex, Bldg. 9D or online at www.mtsac.edu/students/bridge/

CONTACT US AT (909) 274-5392 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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2:15pm - 4:20pm Gomez, F 26A-3610 2:15pm - 4:20pm Sergio, L 26A-1871 2:15pm - 4:20pm Crandall, W 26D-3411 2:15pm - 4:20pm Lee, B 26D-3481 2:15pm - 4:20pm Brackenhoff, M 26A-3841 2:15pm - 4:20pm Bartman, S 26A-3821 and arrange 2.45 hours Bartman, S ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42485 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Bartman at either: sbartman@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41715 MTWTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Brackenhoff, M 26A-3841 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 4:30pm - 6:35pm Crandall, W 26D-3481 41741 MW 41742 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Gomez, F 26A-3610 41744 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Lee, B 26A-3680 41745 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Azul, A 26A-3831 41746 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Aquino, L 26A-3620 41785 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Myers, R 26A-3881 41789 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Holland, D 26D-2210 41790 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Lee, J 26A-3891 41791 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Kang, E 26D-G220 41751 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Erickson, E 26D-3481 41752 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Pedroja, J 26A-3680 41753 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Hight, J 26A-3831 41754 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Mc Kennon, A 26A-3891 41755 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Francev, P 26A-1871 41756 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Aquino, L 26A-3620 41794 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Dillon, J 26D-G220 41795 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Holland, D 26D-2210 41796 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Erickson, E 26D-3481 41797 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Lee, J 26D-3491 n ENGL 81 Language Acquisition 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

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The ASPIRE Program is a student success program aimed at enhancing academic success among African Americans and other students enrolled at Mt. San Antonio College. The ASPIRE Learning Community classes provide a combination of courses for students seeking a unique learning experience. This program pairs students with a mentor and helps develop a sense of community amongst students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

ASPIRE SPRING 2012 ENGLISH LINKS


LINK 1 (7 Units) English 68 41695 MW 12:00 pm - 2:05 pm Farve, D. 4 units 26A-3891 16-7

Counseling 2 42740 MW 8:00 am - 9:25 am Champion, A. 3 units LINK 2 (7 Units) English 1A 40628 MW History 31 41437 TTh

9:45 am - 11:50 am Gomez, F. 4 units 26D G471 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm Fisher, D. 3 units 26A -1811

ASPIRE INFORMATION SESSIONS


Tuesday, November 29, 2011, 2:00 - 3:00 pm, 9B - Ragan Room Monday, January 30, 2012, 10:00 - 11:00 am, 9B - Ragan Room Wednesday, February 8, 2012, 10:00 - 11:00 am, 9B - Ragan Room Thursday, February 16, 2012, 2:00 - 3:00 pm, 9B - Ragan Room If you would like to enroll in these courses, find out more, and participate in the ASPIRE Program you MUST attend one of the information sessions listed below. For more information, visit the ASPIRE Office in the Student Services Annex, Bldg. 9D.

CONTACT US AT (909) 274-6396 FOR MORE INFORMATION.


n LIT 6B Survey of English Literature 3.0 Units (CAN ENGL10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN ENGL SEQ B (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ENGL 1A A chronological survey of major works from the Romantic Era through the Victorian and Modern periods to contemporary texts. 42121 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Boehner-Staylor, M 26A-3891 42122 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Mc Cormick, E 26A-3680 n LIT 10 Survey of Shakespeare 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Surveys Shakespeares histories, tragedies, comedies, and selected sonnets within their historical and literary contexts. 42123 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Gold Wright, J 26A-3841 n LIT 11B World Literature from 1650 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Works and ideas from 1650 through the 21st century emphasizing the thought and spirit of the ages in wich they were written. 42125 MW 12:00pm - 1:25pm Mageean, M 26D-3290

Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Language structure, linquistics, and language development. Explores first and second-language acquisition for K-12 learners. 42117 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Edson, T 26A-3831

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n LIT 2 Modern American Literature 3.0 Units (CAN ENGL16) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN ENGL SEQ C Prerequisite: ENGL 1A late 19th, 20th, and 21st century American literature. Emphasizes characteristic themes and forms of 42118 TTh 12:00pm - 1:25pm Loera-Ramirez, D 26D-3280 42119 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Myers, R 26A-3881 n LIT 3 Multicultural American Literature 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisites: English 68 or passing score on current placement test Analyzes representative contributions of diverse groups to American literature and culture. 42120 TTh 12:00pm - 1:25pm Whalen, M 26D-G220
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n LIT 15 Introduction to Cinema 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Using films drawn from several genres, examines film from historical, social, technological, and aesthetic perspectives. 42126 TTh 12:00pm - 1:25pm Prochaska, C 26A-1871 42128 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Tripp, R 26A-3610 n LIT 36 Introduction to Mythology 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Examines common heroes, patterns, and themes in a survey of the worlds myths. Emphasis is on the classical myths. 42129 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Whalen, M 26D-G220 n LIT 40 Childrens Literature 3.0 Units (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: ENGL 1A 42271 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Horton, T 26A-3680 n LIT 46 The Bible as Literature: Old Testament 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Literary analysis to derive an understanding of selected books of the Old Testament in their historical and cultural contexts. 42131 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Edson, T 26A-3831

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n FASH 8 Introduction to Fashion 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Study of fashion industry scope including target marketing, retailing, design, distribution, sales, promotion and careers. 41228 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Bartz, V 18-1 41230 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Parise, A 18-1 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Survey of Western dress from antiquity to contemporary times emphasizing the relationship of historic dress to current fashion. 41231 M 1:20pm - 4:30pm Faraone, T 18-1 n FASH 10 Clothing Construction I 3.0 Units (CAN FCS10) Degree Applicable, CSU Basic essentials of apparel construction including a variety of garments and construction techniques. 41233 TTh 9:45am - 12:10pm Davis, M 19B-1 41236 F 3:00pm - 8:15pm Davis, M 19B-1 41235 MW 7:00pm - 9:25pm Holinsworth, J 19B-1 n FASH 15 Fashion and Identity 3.0 Units (CAN FCS20) Degree Applicable, CSU Design principles and cultural influences in apparel selection and fashion design. 42962 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Espy, S 18-1 41239 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Faraone, T 18-1 41240 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Parise, A 18-1 n FASH 17 Textiles 3.0 Units (CAN FCS06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Examines natural and manufactured knits and woven fabrics and factors which determine suitability for end use. 41242 W 1:20pm - 4:30pm Faraone, T 19B-1 n FASH 20 Illustration for Fashion and Costume Design 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Drawing techniques used in fashion and costume including technical flats, design detail, texture, fabric using variety of mediums. 41244 T 1:20pm - 6:30pm Parish, J 19B-1 n FASH 21 Patternmaking I 3.0 Units Prerequisite: FASH 10 Degree Applicable, CSU Theory and application of flat patternmaking techniques using industry standards and practices. 41245 F 9:45am - 2:45pm Davis, M 19B-1 n FASH 23 Patternmaking II 3.0 Units Prerequisite: FASH 21 Degree Applicable Intermediate flat pattern drafting with an introduction of sizing and grading using commercial manufacturing standards. 41247 S 9:45am - 3:00pm STAFF 19B-1 n FASH 25 Fashion Computer-Assisted Drawing 3.0 Units Advisory: FASH 20 Degree Applicable, CSU Technical fashion drawing techniques using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. 41249 M 1:20pm - 6:30pm Davis, M 19B-1 n FASH 30 Fashion Design and Product Development I 3.0 Units Advisory: FASH 15 and FASH 60 Degree Applicable Overview of global environment, concepts, and methods by which retailers and designers create special store-branded apparel. 41250 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Faraone, T 18-1
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CREDIT: ENGLISH: LITERATURE / FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES / FASHION MERCHANDISING & DESIGN

n FASH 9 History of Costume and Fashion

FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES


3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Explore life skills needed for using current and future resources for self management, problem solving, and effective performance. 41261 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Carlson, G 16-13 41263 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Ledeboer, L 16-15 41257 F 8:00am - 11:10am Carlson, G 16-13 41258 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Carlson, G 16-13 41265 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Ledeboer, L 16-15 NOTE: CRN 41265 is designed for students in the CARE or CalWORKs programs. Special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Coun 54 (CRN 42464) and CHLD 72 (CRN 42762). For more information, please contact Ana Tafoya-Diaz at (909) 274-5981. 41266 W 1:15pm - 2:40pm Ledeboer, L 16-15 and arrange 1.65 hours Ledeboer, L ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41266 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Ledeboer at either: LLedeboer@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41269 T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Robles, D 19B-9 41260 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Erskine, N 19B-9 41270 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Robles, D 19B-9 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n FCS 80 Personal Financial Planning 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Personal and family financial planning throughout the lifespan. May not earn credit for both BUSA 71 and FCS 80. 41271 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Ledeboer, L 16-15 n FCS 91 Work Experience in Family and Consumer Sciences 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog. On-the-job experience related to classroom-based learning. 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours required for each unit of credit. 41272 arrange 4.7 hours Ledeboer, L OCAM n FCS 41 Life Management

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n FASH 62 Retail Store Management and Merchandising 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Principles and practices in managing all types of retail stores. Students may not receive credit for both FASH 62 and BUSS 50. 41251 Th 1:20pm - 4:30pm Espy, S 18-1 7:00pm - 10:10pm Bartz, V 18-1 41252 M 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Analysis of advertising and promotion in business environment. Students may not receive credit for both FASH 63 and BUSS 33. 41255 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Barron, S 18-1 1:20pm - 4:30pm Faraone, T 18-1 41253 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Espy, S 18-1 41254 Th n FASH 66 Visual Merchandising Display 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Analysis of retail interior and exterior display, floor merchandising, layout, and current practices of visual presentation. 41256 F 9:45am - 3:00pm Becker, T 18-1 n FASH 63 Advertising and Promotion

n FIRE 7 Fire Fighting Tactics and Strategy

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: FIRE 1 or equivalent taken prior Fire fighting tactics/strategy, preplanning, methods of attack, fire chemistry, utilization of equipment and manpower. 40995 M 3:00pm - 6:10pm Goodwin, S 28B-204 n FIRE 9 Fire Hydraulics 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: FIRE 1 or equivalent taken prior and eligibility for MATH 51 Basic math review, hydraulic laws and formulas, application of formulas, water supply problems, requirements for pumps. 40997 T 8:00am - 11:10am Lopez, R 28B-212 n FIRE 12 Wildland Fire Control 4.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

FIRE TECHNOLOGY
n FIRE 1 Fire Protection Organization 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Career opportunities in fire protection and related fields; history of fire protection; public, private and fire department functions. Entry Level. 40740 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Lopez, R 28B-212 11:30am - 2:40pm Lazar, E 28B-210 40749 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Genovese, R 28B-212 40751 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Scoggins, H 28B-212 40759 Th n FIRE 2 Fire Prevention Technology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Introduction and history of fire prevention, including codes, ID and correction of hazards, investigation, and safety education. 40774 M 8:00am - 11:10am Cermak, J 28B-212 11:30am - 2:40pm Genovese, R 28B-210 40780 Th 3:35pm - 6:45pm Cermak, J 28B-212 40776 M n FIRE 3 Fire Protection Equipment and Systems 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: FIRE 1 The study of portable fire extinguishing equipment, sprinklers, water supply, alarms and detection systems. 40794 Th 8:00am - 11:10am Kozich, J 28B-212 11:30am - 2:40pm Shull, S 28B-210 40783 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Kozich, J 28B-212 40810 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Kozich, J 28B-212 40790 W n FIRE 4 Building Construction for Fire Protection 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: FIRE 1 Building construction and fire code safety relating to preplanning, engineering, inspections and fire ground operations. 40813 M 11:30am - 2:40pm Cermak, J 28B-212 11:30am - 2:40pm Beckman, R 28B-212 40818 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Dominick, S 28B-212 40815 T n FIRE 5 Fire Behavior and Combustion 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: FIRE 1 How and why fires start, spread, and are controlled; fire chemistry and physics; extinguishing agents and fire control techniques. 40980 Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Huffman, D 28B-212 3:00pm - 6:10pm Huffman, D 28B-210 40974 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Huffman, D 28B-210 40982 Th n FIRE 6 Hazardous Materials/ICS 3.0 Units Degree Applicable How to respond, recognize and identify hazmat events safely and competently, meeting OSHA requirements. 40993 W 8:00am - 11:10am Lazar, E 28B-210 3:35pm - 6:45pm Ortiz, J 28B-210 40992 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ortiz, J 28B-212 40990 M

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Addresses wildland fire behavior, safety, strategy, tactics and operations in wildland urban interface. 40769 S 8:00am - 12:00pm STAFF 28B-212 and S 1:00pm - 5:10pm STAFF 28B-212 10 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/06/2012 14.5 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: FIRE 1 through FIRE 6 or equivalent, PE 50 or equivalent, EMT certified, and either PE-F 50 or PE-F 51 or PE-F 52 (or equivalent) Corequisite: PE-F 53 Instruction in standard fire department apparatus and equipment, salvage and fire extinguishing techniques. 41172 10.6 hours Shull, S ONTA 29.4 hours Shull, S ONTA 14 Weeks, Week beginning 03/05/2012 ending 06/10/2012 NOTE: Fire 86 requires Special Approval. Students must apply for the Fire Academy at the Fire Technology Office and get approval to register for this class. For information call 909-274-5148. n FIRE 91 Fire Academy Ladders 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable n FIRE 86 Basic Fire Academy

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Intensive training in ladder manipulation to prepare students for Fire Academy and physical fitness tests given by the fire departments. 41180 8 hours Dominick, S ONTA 32 hours Dominick, S ONTA 1 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/04/2012 41183 8 hours Dominick, S ONTA 32 hours Mayfield, R ONTA 1 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/04/2012 41186 8 hours Dominick, S ONTA 32 hours Ramirez, B ONTA 1 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/04/2012 41187 8 hours Dominick, S ONTA 32 hours Thompson, M ONTA 1 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/04/2012 NOTE: Fire 91 requires Special Approval. Students must contact the Fire Technology Office at 909-274-5148 to get approval to register for this class. n FIRE 96 Work Experience Fire Science 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

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n FRCH 1 Elementary French 4.0 Units (CAN FREN02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN FREN SEQ A Beginning course for students without prior exposure to French. Explores French culture. 40386 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Anglin, M 61-3406 40387 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Panosian, A 61-3406 40388 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Anglin, M 61-3406 40389 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Panosian, A 61-3406 40390 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Nguyen, M 26D-3471 40391 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Lahham, L 26D-3471 n FRCH 2 Continuing Elementary French 4.0 Units (CAN FREN04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN FREN SEQ A Prerequisite: FRCH 1 or equivalent Further development of elementary skills in French. Explores French culture. 40392 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Halabi, S 26D-3471 40393 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Erturk, F 26B-3565 n FRCH 3 Intermediate French 4.0 Units (CAN FREN08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN FREN SEQ B (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: FRCH 2 or equivalent Develops all five skills toward intermediate level proficiency in French. Explores French culture. 40394 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Halabi, S 26D-3471 n FRCH 4 Continuing Intermediate French 4.0 Units (CAN FREN10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN FREN SEQ B (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: FRCH 3 or equivalent Develops all five skills toward intermediate-high level proficiency in French. Explores French culture. 40395 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Halabi, S 26D-3471 n FRCH 5 Advanced French 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: FRCH 4 or equivalent Development of all five skills toward advanced proficiency in French. Analysis of texts, news, and movies. 40396 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Halabi, S 26D-3471 n FRCH 6 Continuing Advanced French 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: FRCH 5 or equivalent Development of oral and written fluency in French. Analysis of texts and movies. Historical and contemporary topics. 40397 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Halabi, S 26D-3471 n FRCH 60 French Culture Through Cinema 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) French culture and history as presented in classic and recent subtitled French movies. Lectures and class discussions in English. 40398 Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Halabi, S 26D-2491
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n GEOG 1 Elements of Physical Geography 3.0 Units (CAN GEOG02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Natural processes creating the Earths varying physical environments: weather, climate, rocks, landforms, soils and ecosystems. 40435 MW 8:30am - 9:55am Kohn, D 26D-3270 40437 F 8:30am - 11:40am Kohn, D 26D-3270 40438 MW 10:15am - 11:40am Kohn, D 26D-3270 42490 F 03/02 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kohn, D 26D-3270 and F 03/16 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kohn, D 26D-3270 and F 04/13 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kohn, D 26D-3270 and F 04/20 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kohn, D 26D-3270 arrange 6.75 hours Kohn, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40439 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Pietsch, E 26D-3270 40440 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Bayle, M 26D-3270 n GEOG 1L Physical Geography Laboratory 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: GEOG 1 or GEOG 1H (may have been taken previously) Observations, experiments and demonstrations in a laboratory setting to explore natural earth processes and systems. 40441 W 12:00pm - 3:10pm Kohn, D 26D-3270 n GEOG 2 Human Geography 3.0 Units (CAN GEOG04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Introduction to human geography with emphasis on critical areas of inquiry, research, and the interconnections of place, process. 40442TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Lobb, E 26D-3270 42491 T 02/28 3:00pm - 4:00pm Lobb, E 6-122 arrange 6.75 hours Lobb, E ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42491 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lobb at either: elobb@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42494 T 04/24 3:00pm - 4:00pm Lobb, E 6-122 arrange 6.75 hours Lobb, E ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42494 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lobb at either: elobb@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. May not receive credit for both GEOG 2 and GEOG 2H. 40443 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Lobb, E 26D-3270 n GEOG 2H Human Geography - Honors

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n GEOG 5 World Regional Geography

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

n GEOL 8H Earth Science - Honors

CREDIT: GEOGRAPHY / GEOLOGY / GERMAN

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Developmental study of the worlds regions, major countries, population, resources, economic development, physical environment. 40444 TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Lobb, E 26D-3270 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n GEOG 11 Intermediate GIS 3.0 Units Degree Applicable

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Honors course introducing geology, oceanography, meteorology, and astronomy. Field trips required. 42586 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Boryta, M 60-1511 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: GEOL 8 or GEOL 8H (may have been taken previously) Laboratory applications and problem-solving in geology, oceanography, meteorology, and astronomy. 42587 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Walker, R 60-1515 NOTE: CRN 42587 above is linked to GEOL 8 (CRN 42523) 42588 W 1:15pm - 4:25pm Johnpeer, G 60-1515 42589 Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Hughes, R 60-1515 42590 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Grubb, B 60-1515 42681 S 1:15pm - 4:25pm Grubb, B 60-1515 n GEOL 9 Environmental Geology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC An overview of human interactions with the geological environment. Field trips included. 42592 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Boryta, M 61-1420 42591 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Lackey, H 11-2119 n GEOL 10 Natural Disasters 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC A survey of the hazards faced by humans from the natural environment. Field trips included. 42593 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Webb, C 60-1512 42594 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Webb, C 60-1515 42597 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Mrofka, D 60-1515 n GEOL 8L Earth Science Laboratory

Prerequisite: GEOG 10 Introduces advanced GIS concepts such as geocoding, editing and raster analysis. 42894 S 8:30am - 11:40am Bladh, E 28B-301B n GEOG 30 Geography of California 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Californias physiographic regional patterns of population, settlement, economics, transportation, and trade. Field trip required. 42506 TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Lobb, E 26D-3270 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

GEOLOGY
n GEOL 1 Physical Geology 4.0 Units (CAN GEOL02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 51 Minerals, rocks, volcanoes, earthquakes, and landscapes. Required field trips may involve overnight camping. 42520 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Boryta, M 60-1512 and Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Boryta, M 60-1512 42577 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Walker, R 60-1512 and MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Walker, R 60-1512 n GEOL 2 Historical Geology 4.0 Units (CAN GEOL04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: GEOL 1 or equivalent Geologic principles of tracing tectonic, biologic, and climactic history. Required field trips may involve overnight camping. 42521 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Lackey, H 60-1512 and Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Lackey, H 60-1512 n GEOL 7 Geology of California 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introductory geology course highlighting the natural provinces of California. Required field trips may involve overnight camping. 42578 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Mrofka, D 60-1512 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to geology, oceanography, meteorology, and astronomy. Field trip required. 42522 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Johnpeer, G 11-2324 42523 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Walker, R 60-1515 NOTE: CRN 42523 above is linked to GEOL 8L (CRN 42587) 42526 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Mrofka, D 60-1515 42527 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Johnpeer, G 11-2324 42580 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Mrofka, D 11-2324 42581 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Smith, L 11-2324 42582 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Mrofka, D 11-2324 42585 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Roberts, C 11-2324 42584 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Roberts, C 11-2324 42680 S 9:00am - 12:10pm Grubb, B 11-2324 n GEOL 8 Earth Science

GERMAN
n GERM 1 Elementary German 4.0 Units (CAN GERM02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN GERM SEQ A For students new to German, develops the ability to converse, read, and write in German. Includes cultural component. 42675 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Spanier, C 16-11 42676 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm STAFF 26D-2230 n GERM 2 Continuing Elementary German 4.0 Units (CAN GERM04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN GERM SEQ A Prerequisite: GERM 1 or equivalent Continues the skills developed in GERM 1. Increased emphasis on reading and writing. 42677 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm STAFF 26D-2230 n GERM 3 Intermediate German 4.0 Units (CAN GERM08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN GERM SEQ B (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: GERM 2 or three years of high school German or equivalent Continues the skills developed in GERM 2. Increased emphasis on reading and writing. 42678 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm STAFF 26D-2230
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n HIST 1 History of the United States 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 A history of the United States from Native American and colonial times to the present, designed for transfer students. 41135 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Jones, W 26A-1831 41137 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Young, S 26A-1831 41139 F 8:00am - 11:10am Hoffman, H 26A-1831 41136 MW 8:30am - 9:55am Loupe, L 26A-1811 41138 TTh 8:30am - 9:55am Negrete, C 26A-1811 41141 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Jones, W 26A-1821 41142 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Kremer, A 28B-201 41144 MW 10:15am - 11:40am Loupe, L 26A-1811 41146 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Jones, W 26A-1831 41145 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Negrete, C 26A-1821 41147 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Kremer, A 26A-1831 41148 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hoffman, H 26A-1831 41149 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Earhart, K 26A-1821 41150 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Haines, A 26D-G431 41152 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Frickert, A 26A-1831 41151 WF 1:45pm - 3:10pm Cannon, K 26A-1811 41153 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Medina, M 26A-1831 41140 M 3:00pm - 6:10pm Tellez, A 26A-1821 41154 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Tellez, A 26A-1821 41155 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Day, C 26A-1831 41156 MW 3:30pm - 4:55pm Welch, R 26A-1811 41158 TTh 3:30pm - 4:55pm Fisher, D 26A-1811 41159 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Burnett, K 26A-1831 41160 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Welch, R 26A-1811 41161 TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Evanshine, S 26A-1831 41163 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Chavez, R 26A-1811 41166 MW 7:00pm - 8:25pm Burnett, K 26D-G431 41162 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Geary, K 26A-1831 41167 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm Evanshine, S 26A-1821 41164 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Fisher, D 26A-1811 41165 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Melo, F 26A-1811 n HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern 3.0 Units (CAN HIST14) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN HIST SEQ C Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Human societies from their origins to the Early Modern period from a global and comparative perspective. 41169 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Earhart, K 26D-G431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41170 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Jones, W 26A-1831 41168 TTh 10:15am - 11:40am Jobbitt, R 26A-1811 n HIST 4 World History: Early Modern to the Present 3.0 Units (CAN HIST16) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN HIST SEQ C Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Social, political, economic, and cultural changes during the modern period from a global and comparative perspective. 41346 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Hoffman, H 26D-2421 41350 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Frickert, A 26D-2421 41348 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Frickert, A 26D-2421 41352 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Jones, W 26D-G431 41357 TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Melo, F 26D-2421 n HIST 7 History of the United States 3.0 Units (CAN HIST08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN HIST SEQ B Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A U.S. History to 1877. Examines social, economic, political, intellectual, military themes and patterns of U.S. development. 41367 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Earhart, K 26D-G431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41359 Th 9:45am - 12:55pm Chavez, R 26D-2411 41388 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Day, C 26D-2421

n HIST 8 History of the United States 3.0 Units (CAN HIST10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN HIST SEQ B Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A U.S. History from 1865. Examines social, economic, political, intellectual, military themes, and patterns of U.S. development. 41397 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Spaulding, R 26D-2411 41418 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Cannon, K 26A-1821 41420 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Chavez, R 26D-2411 42825 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Cannon, K 26D-2411 n HIST 8H History of the United States - Honors 3.0 Units (CAN HIST10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN HIST SEQ B Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. May not receive credit for both HIST 8 and HIST 8H. 41423 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Spaulding, R 26D-2411 n HIST 11 History of Asia 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Surveys history of China, Japan, India, and Southeast Asia and the colonial systems from 1600 into the 21st Century. 41425 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Frickert, A 26D-2421 41426 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Frickert, A 26D-2421 n HIST 16 The Wild West - A History, 1800-1890 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Survey of the history of the Trans-Mississippi West in the 19th Century. 41432 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Hoffman, H 26A-1821 n HIST 19 History of Mexico 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC The cultural and social history of the Mexican people from pre-Columbian civilization to modern Mexico. 41436 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Tellez, A 26A-2811 n HIST 31 History of the African American 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC History and culture of African Americans from 1865 to the present. 41437 TTh 12:00pm - 1:25pm Fisher, D 26A-1811 NOTE: CRN 41437 above is designed for students in the ASPIRE Program. Participation in the ASPIRE Program is needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to ENGL 1A (CRN 40628). For more information, please contact (909) 274-6396. 41438 TTh 1:45pm - 3:10pm Fisher, D 26A-1811 41440 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Fisher, D 26A-1811 n HIST 35 History of Africa 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Survey of African civilization and culture from prehistoric time to the present. 41441 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Jobbitt, R 26A-1821 n HIST 36 Women in American History 3.0 Units Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Womens experience within the context of major themes of United States history. 41443 MTWTh 8:00am - 9:25am Earhart, K 26D-G431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41444 MTWTh 8:00am - 9:25am Earhart, K 26D-G431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41445 WF 12:00pm - 1:25pm Cannon, K 26A-1811 41446 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Cannon, K 26D-2411
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HISTORY

The ASPIRE Program is a student success program aimed at enhancing academic success among African Americans and other students enrolled at Mt. San Antonio College. The ASPIRE Learning Community classes provide a combination of courses for students seeking a unique learning experience. This program pairs students with a mentor and helps develop a sense of community amongst students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

n HT 16 Histochemistry/Immunohistochemistry 4.0 Units Prerequisite: HT 12 Degree Applicable Fundamentals of enzyme and immunological reactions as they relate to tissue staining. 42628 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Mac Donald, J 60-2512 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Mac Donald, J 60-2512

HONORS PROGRAM
The following classes are open to students in the Mt. SAC Honors Program only. Information on eligibility and benefits can be found on our website, http://honors.mtsac.edu. To apply, please submit your application, transcript, and proof of English 1A eligibility to the Honors Program Office, Bldg. 26A, Room 1680. For information, contact the Honors Program (909) 594-5611, Ext. 4665; honors@mtsac.edu. Students who have already been admitted to the Honors Program will be e-mailed the Honors course reference numbers or may pick up Honors course reference numbers in the Honors Office (26A-1680). Admission Requirements: For all first-time college students: 1. Eligibility for English lA 2. 3.5 cumulative GPA (weighted GPA is acceptable) Admission Requirements: For students who have already taken college courses: 1. Eligibility for English lA 2. 3.2 cumulative GPA or higher with a minimum of 9 transferable units

ASPIRE SPRING 2012 MATH LINK


Math 1A 40628 MW History 31 41437 TTh 9:45 am - 11:50 am Gomez, F. 4 units 26D G471 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm Fisher, D. 3 units 26A-1811

ASPIRE INFORMATION SESSIONS


Tuesday, November 29, 2011, 2:00 - 3:00 pm, 9B - Ragan Room Monday, January 30, 2012, 10:00 - 11:00 am, 9B - Ragan Room Wednesday, February 8, 2012, 10:00 - 11:00 am, 9B - Ragan Room Thursday, February 16, 2012, 2:00 - 3:00 pm, 9B - Ragan Room If you would like to enroll in these courses, find out more, and participate in the ASPIRE Program you MUST attend one of the information sessions listed below. For more information, visit the ASPIRE Office in the Student Services Annex, Bldg. 9D.

Honors Courses Available


n ANTH 1H Biological Anthropology 40899 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Borella, F n AHIS 5H History of Western Art: Renaissance Through Modern 42764 TTh 6:30pm - 7:55pm Esslinger, S n AHIS 12H History of Precolumbian Art 41421 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hernandez, C n ASTR 5H Introduction to Astronomy 42511 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Christopher, M n BIOL 15H Human Sexuality 42525 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Hoggan, L 3.0 Units 61-2312 3.0 Units 26D-2220 3.0 Units 26D-2220 3.0 Units 11 3.0 Units 7-1209 3.0 Units 18-17 3.0 Units 18-17 3.0 Units 20-5 4.0 Units 26D-3491 26D-3411 4.0 Units 26D-3491 80-1220 26D-3411 26D-3411 3.0 Units 26D-3270 3.0 Units 60-1511

CONTACT US AT (909) 274-6396 FOR MORE INFORMATION.


n HIST 39 California History 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 The social, economic, and political development of California and the Pacific Coast from the earliest times to the present. 41448 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Hoffman, H 26A-1821 41449 M 5:15pm - 8:25pm Haines, A 26D-2411 n HIST 40 History of the Mexican American 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 A survey of U.S. History with a special emphasis on the role of Chicanos in the development of the nation. 41451 T 9:45am - 12:55pm Tellez, A 26D-2411 41450 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Tellez, A 26D-G431 41452 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Chavez, R 26D-2411 n HIST 44 History of Native Americans 3.0 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Survey of the history of the U.S. from Colonial times to the present with special emphasis on the role of Native Americans. 41454 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Chavez, R 26A-1831

n BUSC 1AH Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics 42094 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Masoomian, R n BUSC 1BH Principles of Economics - Microeconomics 42100 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Masoomian, R n CHLD 10H Child Growth and Development 42761 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hughey, D n ENGL 1AH Freshman Composition 40696 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Cannon, H 40698 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Brantingham, J n ENGL 1CH Critical Thinking and Writing 40827 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Cannon, H 40829 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Mageean, M 40832 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Brantingham, J 40834 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Brantingham, J n GEOG 2H Human Geography 40443 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am n GEOL 8H Earth Science 42586 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Lobb, E Boryta, M

HISTOTECHNOLOGY
n HT 12 Beginning Histotechniques 5.0 Units Prerequisite: HT 1 and HT 2 Degree Applicable Advisory: MICR 22 Theory and practice of histotechnology. Fixation, processing, embedding, microtomy and hematoxylin-eosin (H and E) stain. 42627 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Mac Donald, J 60-2512 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Mac Donald, J 60-2512

This symbol designates special sections of courses that fit the Liberal Studies and General Education major patterns for students who plan to become elementary and secondary school teachers.

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n HIST 8H History of the United States 41423 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Spaulding, R

3.0 Units 26D-2411 3.0 Units 61-2315 3.0 Units 2-M107 3.0 Units 19B-7 16-13 3.0 Units 26D-2431 3.0 Units 26D-2431 3.0 Units 26D-G290 3.0 Units 26A-2620 26A-2620 3.0 Units 26D-2230 3.0 Units 26D-2431 3.0 Units 26D-2431 3.0 Units 26D-2431 3.0 Units 26D-2230 4.0 Units 26D-1411

n HRM 52 Food Safety and Sanitation

1.5 Units

CREDIT: HONORS PROGRAM / HOSPITALITY & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT

n MATH 110H Elementary Statistics 40052 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Sholars, J n MUS 13H Introduction to Music Appreciation 40144 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Kuo, T n NF 25H Essentials of Nutrition 41361 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Metter, J 41364 TTh 1:30pm - 2:55pm Impara, C n PHIL 5H Introduction to Philosophy 40574 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Diem, A n PHIL 15H Major World Religions 40594 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Diem, A n POLI 1H Political Science 40421 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Allen, J n PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology 40766 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Kolchakian, M 40767 T 1:15pm - 4:25pm Louie, C n SOC 1H Sociology 40479 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Rillorta, L n SOC 2H Sociology 40485 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hatch, R n SOC 5H Introduction to Criminology 40501 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Hatch, R n SOC 14H Marriage and the Family 40512 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Hatch, R n SOC 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations 40521 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Rillorta, L n SPCH 1AH Public Speaking 41572 F 9:00am - 1:15pm Reinhart, L

Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Principles of food safety including study of food-borne illnesses, protecting food in storage, preparation, and service. 42466 arrange 3.5 hours Weatherilt, S ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42466 is a Distance Learning Online class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Weatherilt at either: Sweatherilt@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n HRM 53 Dining Room Service Management 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

HOSPITALITY AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT


n HRM 51 Introduction to Hospitality 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Advisory: ENGL 68 Attributes and styles of service as well as table and buffet setups, beverage service, and service as a sales tool. 42467 M 9:45am - 1:00pm Al-Malood, F 19B-3 and arrange 3.45 hours Al-Malood, F ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42467 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Al-Malood at either: FAl-Malood@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n HRM 54 Basic Cooking Techniques 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Overview of various segments of the hospitality industry emphasizing career and business opportunities. 41607 Th 9:45am - 12:55pm Kapoor, T 16-13 43096 arrange 3.4 hours Al-Malood, F ONLINE NOTE: CRN 43096 is a Distance Learning Online class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Al-Malood at either: FAl-Malood@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

Advisory: HRM 52 Principles of food preparation commercial operations, including techniques, evaluation of food products, and equipment usage. 41611 M 8:00am - 1:10pm Shum, M 19B-5 41612 T 8:00am - 1:10pm Shum, M 19B-5 n HRM 57 Restaurant Cost Control 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Corequisite: HRM 51 (May have been taken previously) Methods for controlling resources in a hospitality operation to maximize profits without compromising product quality of service. 41614 T 8:00am - 9:15am STAFF 19B-3 and arrange 1.75 hours STAFF ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41614 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email the Professor through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n HRM 61 Menu Planning 3.0 Units Advisory: HRM 51 Degree Applicable, CSU Comprehensive menu development techniques including demographics, logistics, pricing strategies, terminology, and design. 9:45am - 11:00am Al-Malood, F 19B-3 41616 Th and arrange 1.75 hours Al-Malood, F ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41616 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Al-Malood at either: FAl-Malood@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 3.0 Units n HRM 66 Hospitality Law Advisory: HRM 51 Degree Applicable, CSU Basic principles of contracts, liability and labor as they apply specifically to the hospitality industry. 9:45am - 11:00am Al-Malood, F 19B-3 41617 T and arrange 1.75 hours Al-Malood, F ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41617 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Al-Malood at either: FAl-Malood@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 1.0 Unit n HRM 91 Hospitality Work Experience (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog On-the-job experience related to classroom-based learning. 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours required for each unit of credit. arrange 4.7 hours Shum, M OCAM 41618 NOTE: CRN 41618 is a 1 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 1:30-2:30pm in 19B-5. Only students who have already secured an internship site in the Hospitality industry should register for this course. n HRM 91 Hospitality Work Experience 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog On-the-job experience related to classroom-based learning. 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours required for each unit of credit. arrange 9.4 hours Shum, M OCAM 41620 NOTE: CRN 41620 is a 2 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 1:30-2:30pm in 19B-5. Only students who have already secured an internship site in the Hospitality industry should register for this course. n HRM 91 Hospitality Work Experience 3.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog On-the-job experience related to classroom-based learning. 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours required for each unit of credit. arrange 14.1 hours Shum, M OCAM 41621 NOTE: CRN 41621 is a 3 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 1:30-2:30pm in 19B-5. Only students who have already secured an internship site in the Hospitality industry should register for this course.

n HRM 91 Hospitality Work Experience 4.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog On-the-job experience related to classroom-based learning. 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours required for each unit of credit. 41622 arrange 18.75 hours Shum, M OCAM NOTE: CRN 41622 is a 4 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 1:30-2:30pm in 19B-5.. Only students who have already secured an internship site in the Hospitality industry should register for this course.

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HUMANITIES
n HUMA 1 The Humanities 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Interdisciplinary study of artistic, musical, literary and philosophical accomplishments and achievements of western society. 41456 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Spaulding, R 28A-103 41463 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Eastman, R 28A-103 41466 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Whalen, M 28A-103

INSPECTION AND ESTIMATING, BUILDING


n INSP 71 Construction Estimating 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Basics of bidding procedures and interrelationship of documents and estimating. Entry Level. 40948 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lee, B 28B-308 n INSP 87 Fundamentals of Construction Inspection 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Advisory: Completion of a curriculum in building construction or equivalent experience Construction inspection of light frame wood construction and steel structures. 40950 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lee, B 28B-308

INTERIOR DESIGN
3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Practice of interior design that meet individual, functional and environmental needs. Field trips may be required. Formerly ID 100. 41481 W 9:45am - 2:50pm Eatman, E 20-9 42847 TTh 12:00pm - 2:30pm Tran, N 20-9 41501 T 3:35pm - 8:40pm Tran, N 20-9 41511 Th 3:35pm - 8:45pm Tran, N 20-9 n ID 14 History of Furniture and Decorative Arts 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Historic development of structure, interior spaces, furniture and decorative arts. Field trips may be required. Formerly ID 180 and 190. 41520 W 12:30pm - 3:40pm Tran, N 18C-1 n ID 21 Color and Design Theory II 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU n ID 10 Introduction to Interior Design

Advisory: ID 20 Systematic process of designing three-dimensional objects. Field trips may be required. 41528 F 9:45am - 2:55pm STAFF 20-9

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3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Communication elements required to convey design ideas to building trades. Field trips may be required. 41540 M 9:45am - 2:55pm Eatman, E 20-9 41534 W 3:35pm - 8:45pm Jacobs, R 20-9 n ID 25 Codes and Specifications for Interior Design 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ID 22 or ARCH 11 Degree Applicable Federal and state codes and specifications for life-safety requirements. Field trips may be required. Formerly ID 250. 42837 TTh 9:45am - 11:55am Eatman, E 20-9 n ID 26 Space Planning for Interior Design 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ID 22 or ARCH 11 Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory:ID 25 Space planning with an emphasis on programming and furniture standards and codes. Field trips may be required. Formerly ID 170. 42844 TTh 9:45am - 11:55am Eatman, E 20-9 n ID 32 Lighting Design and Theory for Interior Design 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ID 22 or ARCH 11 Degree Applicable, CSU Principles and theory of inteoirr lighting design and development of lighting design concepts. Field trips may be required. Formerly ID 210. 41581 M 3:35pm - 9:00pm Hao, J 20-9 n ID 37 Business Practices for Interior Design 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Principles and procedures for interior design professionals to start a business. Field trips may be required. Formerly ID 230. 41586 Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Arakaki, C 18C-1

n ID 22 Design Drawing for Interior Design

n ID 38 Internship in Interior Design 3.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as designated in the College Catalog. Designed to provide thes tudent with actual on-the-job experience in the interior design profession. Formerly ID 240A and 240B. 42489 arrange 14.1 hours Eatman, E OCAM NOTE: CRN 42489 above is a 3 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 12:00 - 1:00pm in 18C-1. For more information, contact Professor Eatman at EEatman@mtsac.edu. n ID 48 Internship in Kitchen and Bath 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as designated in the College Catalog. Corequisite: ID 40 (May have been taken previously.) Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the interior design profession at NKBA member work site. Formerly ID 240C. 41598 arrange 4.7 hours Eatman, E OCAM NOTE: CRN 41598 above is a 1 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 12:00 - 1:00pm in 18C-1. For more information, contact Professor Eatman at EEatman@mtsac.edu. n ID 48 Internship in Kitchen and Bath 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as designated in the College Catalog. Corequisite: ID 40 (May have been taken previously.) Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the interior design profession at NKBA member work site. Formerly ID 240C. 41599 arrange 9.4 hours Eatman, E OCAM NOTE: CRN 41599 above is a 2 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 12:00 - 1:00pm in 18C-1. For more information, contact Professor Eatman at EEatman@mtsac.edu. n ID 48 Internship in Kitchen and Bath 3.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as designated in the College Catalog. Corequisite: ID 40 (May have been taken previously.) Designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job experience in the interior design profession at NKBA member work site. Formerly ID 240C. 41600 arrange 14.1 hours Eatman, E OCAM NOTE: CRN 41600 above is a 3 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 12:00 - 1:00pm in 18C-1. For more information, contact Professor Eatman at EEatman@mtsac.edu.

n ID 38 Internship in Interior Design 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as designated in the College Catalog. Designed to provide thes tudent with actual on-the-job experience in the interior design profession. Formerly ID 240A and 240B. 42487 arrange 4.7 hours Eatman, E OCAM NOTE: CRN 42487 above is a 1 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 12:00 - 1:00pm in 18C-1. For more information, contact Professor Eatman at EEatman@mtsac.edu. n ID 38 Internship in Interior Design 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience/Internship regulations as designated in the College Catalog. Designed to provide thes tudent with actual on-the-job experience in the interior design profession. Formerly ID 240A and 240B. 42488 arrange 9.4 hours Eatman, E OCAM NOTE: CRN 42488 above is a 2 unit work experience course with an orientation meeting Tuesday, February 28 from 12:00 - 1:00pm in 18C-1. For more information, contact Professor Eatman at EEatman@mtsac.edu.

ITALIAN
n ITAL 1 Elementary Italian 4.0 Units (CAN ITAL02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN ITAL SEQ A Intended for students without previous exposure to Italian. 41424 MW 8:30am - 10:35am Marano, A 26B-3551 41427 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Marano, A 26B-3551 41428 MW 10:45am - 12:50pm Marano, A 26B-3551 41429 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm De Benedetto, M 66-209 41430 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Santostefano, M 61-3406 41431 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm De Benedetto, M 66-209 41434 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Santostefano, M 61-3406 41435 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Petry, P 26D-3491

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n ITAL 2 Continuing Elementary Italian 4.0 Units (CAN ITAL04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN ITAL SEQ A Prerequisite: ITAL 1 or equivalent Further development of elementary skills in Italian. 41459 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Spanu, L 28B-206 41461 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Petry, P 26B-3551 n ITAL 3 Intermediate Italian 4.0 Units (CAN ITAL08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN ITAL SEQ B (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ITAL 2 or equivalent Development of intermediate skills in Italian. 41464 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Marano, A 26B-3551 n ITAL 4 Continuing Intermediate Italian 4.0 Units (CAN ITAL10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN ITAL SEQ B (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ITAL 3 or equivalent Further development of intermediate skills in Italian. 41475 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Spanu, L 28B-206 n ITAL 5 Advanced Italian 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ITAL 4 or equivalent Development of advanced skills in Italian. 41477 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Spanu, L 28B-206 n ITAL 6 Continuing Advanced Italian 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ITAL 5 or equivalent Extensive advanced reading and writing in Italian. 41479 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Spanu, L 28B-206 n ITAL 60 Italian Culture Through Cinema 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Italian culture presented through subtitled movies. Lectures and discussions in English. 41498 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ott, S 26A-1831

n JAPN 2 Continuing Elementary Japanese 4.0 Units (CAN JAPN04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN JAPN SEQ A Prerequisite: JAPN 1 or equivalent Further development of elementary skills in Japanese. Development of Japanese cultural application. 40336 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Noriega, K 26D-2491 40337 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Mc Phail, Y 26B-3555 40338 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Fukushima, N 26B-3555 n JAPN 3 Intermediate Japanese 4.0 Units (CAN JAPN08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN JAPN SEQ B Prerequisite: JAPN 2 or equivalent Development of skills toward intermediate level proficiency in Japanese. Additional development of Japanese cultural application. 40339 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Mc Phail, Y 26B-3555 40340 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Okubo, E 26B-3565 40341 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Fukushima, N 26B-3555 n JAPN 5 Advanced Japanese 4.0 Units Prerequisite: JAPN 4 or equivalent Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Development of skills toward advanced proficiency in Japanese. Extensive exposure to cultural elements from Japan. 40343 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Mc Phail, Y 26B-3555

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JOURNALISM
n JOUR 100 Mass Media and Society 3.0 Units (CAN JOUR04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Survey of mass media and interrelationships of media with society, including history, structure, and trends. 42147 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am DePaola, G 26D-G471 42149 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm DePaola, G 26D-G471 n JOUR 101 Beginning News Writing 3.0 Units (CAN JOUR02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: ENGL 1A Evaluating, gathering, and writing news in accepted journalistic style under newsroom conditions. 42151 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Albertson, T 26D-3220 n JOUR 102 Intermediate Newswriting 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: JOUR 101 Develop skills in beat cpoverage and print journalism; introduction to Web reporting. May include writing for the campus newspaper. 42153 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Albertson, T 26D-3220 n JOUR 103 Writing for the Newspaper and Magazine 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: JOUR 101 Writing for the college student newspaper or magazine. . 42154 T 12:00pm - 2:05pm Albertson, T 26D-3220 and arrange 4.5 hours Albertson, T 26D-3220 42155 Th 12:00pm - 2:05pm Albertson, T 26D-3220 and arrange 4.5 hours Albertson, T 26D-3220 42156 W 2:15pm - 4:20pm Albertson, T 26D-3220 and arrange 4.5 hours Albertson, T 26D-3220

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n JAPN 1 Elementary Japanese 4.0 Units (CAN JAPN02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN JAPN SEQ A Beginning course for students without prior exposure to Japanese. Introduction to Japanese culture. 40324 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Luther, M 66-269 40326 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Brown, Y 28B-208 40325 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Kiang, G 28B-209 40327 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Mc Phail, Y 26B-3555 40329 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Brown, Y 28B-208 40328 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kiang, G 28B-209 40330 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Noriega, K 26D-2491 40331 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Saito, S 26B-3555 40332 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Parks, Y 26D-3471 40333 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Tauchi, S 26B-3555 40334 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Wei, B 26B-3555 40335 S 1:20pm - 5:35pm Wei, B 26B-3555

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n JOUR 104 Newspaper and Magazine Production 2.0 Units and Photography Lab (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Newspaper and magazine production. Students who repeat this course will improve skills through further instruction and practice. 42157 T 12:00pm - 2:05pm Albertson, T 26D-3220 and arrange 4.5 hours Albertson, T 26D-3220 42158 Th 12:00pm - 2:05pm Albertson, T 26D-3220 and arrange 4.5 hours Albertson, T 26D-3220 42159 W 2:15pm - 4:20pm Albertson, T 26D-3220 and arrange 4.5 hours Albertson, T 26D-3220 n JOUR 105 Editor Training 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: JOUR 101 Leadership skills for newspaper editors or managers using the student newspaper as a practical laboratory. 42167 Th 2:30pm - 3:55pm Albertson, T 26D-3220 and arrange 1.75 hours Albertson, T 26D-3220 n JOUR 106 Online New Media Laboratory 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Produce an online college newspaper. Students who repeat this course will improve skills through further instruction and practice. 42168 W 2:15pm - 4:20pm Albertson, T 26D-3220 and arrange 4.5 hours Albertson, T 26D-3220 n JOUR 107 Race, Culture, Sex, and Mass Media Images 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: ENGL 1A Role of mass media in social, political, and economic integration of minorities, women, gays and lesbians into American society. 42169 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm DePaola, G 26D-G471 n JOUR 110 Magazine Writing and Production 3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: JOUR 101 or JOUR 1A Production of a student-run magazine. Activities may include writing, editing, interviewing, photography, art, and layout. 42173 W 9:45am - 12:55pm Albertson, T 26D-3220 and arrange 2.25 hours Albertson, T 26D-3220

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n LERN 48 Basic Math Skills Review 3.0 Units (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Not Degree Applicable Math fundamentals: add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and fractions with emphasis on math learning strategies. 40430 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Robinson, C 6-112 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40709 (LERN 49). Just register for this class. The instructor will handle your registration for LERN 49. This 8-week class is designed for students who want to complete LERN 48 and LERN 49 in one semester. 40436 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Robinson, C 6-112 40672 F 8:00am - 11:10am Hunter-Buffington, C 6-132 40445 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Ma, J 6-137 40447 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Ma, J 6-137 40448 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Robinson, C 6-112 NOTE: CRN 40448 above is a learning community that has OPEN REGISTRATION. If you are interested in enrolling in this link, you may register online for the linked course during your registration appointment date and time for spring semester 2012. This class is linked to Coun 1 (CRN 42435) and Study 85A (CRN 41583). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 40610 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Nguyen, T 6-112 40611 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Hunter-Buffington, C 6-112 NOTE: CRN 40611 above is a learning community that has OPEN REGISTRATION. If you are interested in enrolling in this link, you may register online for the linked course during your registration appointment date and time for spring semester 2012. This class is linked to Study 85A (CRN 41582). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 40959 MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Nguyen, T 6-112 40612 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm Tan, D 6-112 40613 TTh 4:45pm - 8:05pm Hall, M 6-137 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40886 (LERN 49). Just register for this class. The instructor will handle your registration for LERN 49. This 8-week class is designed for students who want to complete LERN 48 and LERN 49 in one semester. 40614 MW 6:30pm - 9:40pm Hall, M 6-112 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40905 (LERN 49). Just register for this class. The instructor will handle your registration for LERN 49. This 8-week class is designed for students who want to complete LERN 48 and LERN 49 in one semester. 40666 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Ma, J 6-136 40671 TTh 6:30pm - 9:40pm Tarman, S 6-134 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40916 (LERN 49). Just register for this class. The instructor will handle your registration for LERN 49. This 8-week class is designed for students who want to complete LERN 48 and LERN 49 in one semester. 40673 S 8:00am - 11:10am Tsai, C 6-136 n LERN 49 Math Skills Review 3.0 Units Not Degree Applicable

LATIN
n LATN 1 Elementary Latin 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: Eligibility for READ 90 or eligibility for AMLA 33R Beginning coursework and daily practice in Latin vocabulary, grammar, and reading. Explores Roman history and culture. 42132 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Edson, T 26A-3831

LEADERSHIP
n LEAD 55 Exploring Leadership 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Explores leadership theories and models and develops a personal philosophy of leadership. 42567 W 3:30pm - 6:40pm Daland, W 16-7

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: LERN 48 or passing score on current placement test Improves knowledge of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, proportions and integers. Includes math study strategies. 40697 MWF 6:45am - 7:50am Russell, P 6-134 40702 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Russell, P 6-134 40706 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Damansouz, F 6-137 40709 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Robinson, C 6-112 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40430 (LERN 48). Special approval is needed to enroll in this particular class. Please contact the instructor to register for this class. 40713 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Russell, P 6-134 40715 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Damansouz, F 6-137 40929 F 8:00am - 11:10am Damansouz, F 6-112

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F 8:00am - 11:10am Russell, P 6-134 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Russell, P 6-134 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Robinson, C 6-112 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Russell, P 6-134 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Russell, P 6-134 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Petrilla, G 6-112 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Russell, P 6-134 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Ma, J 6-137 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Boerem, R 6-134 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Ma, J 6-137 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hunter-Buffington, C 6-137 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Nguyen, T 6-112 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Strivewell, D 6-134 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Boerem, R 6-137 MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Abuzalaf, L 6-131 MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Pai, R 6-134 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm Lahey, M 6-134 TTh 4:45pm - 8:05pm Hall, M 6-137 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40613 (LERN 48). Special approval is needed to enroll in this particular class. Please contact the instructor to register for this class. 40905 MW 6:30pm - 9:40pm Hall, M 6-112 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40614 (LERN 48). Special approval is needed to enroll in this particular class. Please contact the instructor to register for this class. 40912 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Jaramillo, F 6-134 40914 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Tan, D 6-112 40915 TTh 6:30pm - 7:55pm Poulter, C 6-132 40916 TTh 6:30pm - 9:40pm Tarman, S 6-134 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40671 (LERN 48). Special approval is needed to enroll in this particular class. Please contact the instructor to register for this class. 40917 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Prehn, R 6-134 40921 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Pai, R 6-136 40927 Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Saul, J 6-112 40926 TTh 8:15pm - 9:40pm Poulter, C 6-132 40931 S 8:00am - 11:10am Watkins, P 6-112 n LERN 61 Skills Development Laboratory 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable

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LIBRARY AND INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA


n LIBR 1 Information Resources and Research Methods 3.0 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Research methods that provide lifelong information competency necessary for independent research and critical thinking. 42905 W 8:00am - 11:10am Guerrero, D 6-222 42904 MW 6:30pm - 7:55pm Guo, H 6-222 n LIBR 1A Introduction to Library Research 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Basic research skills including search strategies, citation, and use of library resources. 42903 T 10:00am - 11:05am Swartz, P 6-222 NOTE: The course above is linked to CRN 41472 (READ 90). 42902 M 12:00pm - 1:05pm Shea, N 6-222

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
Due to program changes, manufacturing courses will be offered on a limited basis. Students wanting to take computer modeling/CAD courses should take the Engineering Design Technology courses listed below. MFG 15 equivalent to EDT 16 MFG 17 equivalent to EDT 16 MFG 19 equivalent to EDT 18 MFG 25 equivalent to EDT 24 Students should contact the department with other questions at 909-274-4772. n MFG 10 Mathematics and Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing 3.0 Units

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Offers individualized instruction in writing, reading, study techniques, and math. 41391 arrange 3 hours Bower, P 6-101 n LERN 62 Skills Development Laboratory 2.0 Units Not Degree Applicable

Degree Applicable Applications of mathematic principles and blueprint reading in manufacturing. 41951 Th 6:00pm - 9:10pm Vo, C 28B-104 n MFG 11 Manufacturing Processes I 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Conventional machining processes on manual lathes and milling machines, with application to CNC machines. Entry Level. 41952 T 6:00pm - 10:10pm Deas, G 28A-102H n MFG 12 Manufacturing Processes II 2.0 Units Advisory: MFG 11 Degree Applicable, CSU Theory and practice in milling operations, turning, indexing, surface grinding, cylindrical grinding, metallurgy, tooling and machine setups. 41953 Th 6:00pm - 10:10pm Deas, G 28A-102H n MFG 38 MasterCAM I 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Use MasterCAM software to create wire-frame part geometry, add tool paths and create CNC code for CNC mills and CNC lathes. 41954 T 6:00pm - 10:10pm Vo, C 28A-102A NOTE: CRN 41954 Current software used: Mastercam X5. n MFG 38B MasterCAM II 2.0 Units Advisory: MFG 38 Degree Applicable, CSU Use MasterCAM software to create wire-frame and solid part geometry. 41955 T 6:00pm - 10:10pm Vo, C 28A-102A NOTE: CRN 41955 Current software used: Mastercam X5.

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Offers individualized instruction in writing, reading, study techniques, and math. 41468 arrange 6 hours Bower, P 6-101 n LERN 81 Improving Writing 3.0 Units (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Not Degree Applicable Instruction in content and structure of sentences, paragraphs, and essays; integrates grammar and critical thinking. 40989 MTWTh 8:00am - 9:25am Ezzell, S 6-130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40998 MTWTh 8:00am - 9:25am Ezzell, S 6-130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41358 F 8:00am - 11:10am Wheeler, D 6-130 41005 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Ezzell, S 6-130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41010 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Ezzell, S 6-130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41015 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Wheeler, D 6-130 41332 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Wheeler, D 6-130 41333 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Wheeler, D 6-130 41335 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Rowley, D 6-130 41336 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Stevens, K 6-132

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n MFG 85 Manual Computerized Numerical Control 2.0 Units (CNC) Programming Degree Applicable, CSU Theory and practice in writing program code for CNC mills and lathes. 41956 W 6:00pm - 10:10pm Vo, C 28A-102A

MATHEMATICS
3.0 Units Not Degree Applicable Prerequisite: LERN 49 or qualifying score on current department placement test Fundamental principles of mathematics designed to ease the transition from arithmetic to algebra. 40147 MWF 7:30am - 9:35am Wakefield, J 61-3315 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40148 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Rahman, M 61-2414 40149 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Nguyen, H 61-3306 40151 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Eckenrode, A 61-3306 40152 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Chang, D 61-3310 40153 F 8:00am - 11:10am Hosea, P 61-3302 40154 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Loyd, R 61-2410 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 40154 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 51 (CRN 40189) and Coun 2 (CRN 42773). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 40155 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Tamayo, S 61-3306 40156 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Wong, J 61-2302 40157 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Tamayo, S 61-3306 40158 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Beydler, D 61-3414 40159 F 11:30am - 2:40pm Chavez, D 61-2319 40160 F 11:30am - 2:40pm Khoddam, K 61-2302 40161 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Johnson, K 61-3315 40162 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Beydler, D 61-3414 40164 MW 1:45pm - 3:10pm Chan, L 61-3419 40165 TTh 1:45pm - 3:10pm Terreri, J 61-3302 40166 MW 3:30pm - 4:55pm Johnson, K 61-3419 40167 MW 3:30pm - 4:55pm Kim, M 61-3410 40168 TTh 3:30pm - 4:55pm Terreri, J 61-3302 40169 TTh 3:30pm - 4:55pm Hosea, P 61-3319 40172 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Pyle, L 61-3319 40170 TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Hosea, P 61-3319 40174 MW 7:00pm - 8:25pm Leung, S 61-3310 40175 MW 7:00pm - 8:25pm Kaljumagi, E 61-3319 40176 MW 7:00pm - 8:25pm Alvarado, N 61-3415 40177 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm Chang, H 61-2414 40178 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm White, R 61-2419 40179 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm Ly, H 61-3411 n MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4.0 Units Not Degree Applicable Prerequisite: MATH 50 or qualifying score on current department placement test An introductory course in algebra. 40180 MWF 6:55am - 9:35am Wakefield, J 61-3315 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40181 TWThF 7:30am - 9:35am Takashima, T 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40182 TWThF 7:30am - 9:35am Takashima, T 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40183 MW 8:30am - 10:35am Parra, H 61-3302 40184 TTh 8:30am - 10:35am Campbell, L 61-2419 40185 TThF 9:30am - 10:45am Troxell, C 61-2414
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n MATH 50 Pre-Algebra

40188 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Munro, M 61-3310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 40188 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 71 (CRN 40259) and Coun 5 (CRN 42772). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 40189 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Loyd, R 61-2410 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 40189 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 50 (CRN 40154) and Coun 2 (42773). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 40186 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Nitta, A 61-2414 NOTE: CRN 40186 above is designed for studnets in the ASPIRE Program. Participation in the ASPIRE Program and special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Counseling 7 (CRN 42640). For more information, please contact (909) 274-6396. 40187 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Mc Donald, C 61-2311 40190 MW 10:45am - 12:50pm Parra, H 61-3302 40192 TTh 10:45am - 12:50pm Mc Donald, C 61-2419 40193 TThF 11:00am - 12:15pm Mc Mullin, J 61-3311 40194 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Khoddam, K 61-2414 40195 WF 12:00pm - 2:05pm Birca, A 61-3411 40196 MW 1:00pm - 3:05pm Vazquez Celaya, S 61-3311 40197 TTh 1:00pm - 3:05pm Ong, H 61-3311 40198 TTh 1:00pm - 3:05pm Mc Donald, C 61-2419 40199 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Williams, D 61-3414 40200 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Perez, C 61-2410 40201 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Chavez, D 61-2315 40202 MW 3:15pm - 5:20pm Kirchgraber, A 61-2311 40203 MW 3:15pm - 5:20pm Nitta, A 61-2306 40204 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Franko, J 61-2315 40205 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Perez, C 61-2410 40206 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Khoddam, K 61-2414 40207 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Kojima, T 61-2319 40208 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Jones, V 61-2311 40209 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Perez, C 61-2310 40212 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Nguyen, C 61-2319 42595 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Hattar, M 61-2311 40213 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Chen, D 61-2311 40214 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Garland, J 61-2410 n MATH 51A Elementary Algebra - First Half 3.0 Units Not Degree Applicable Prerequisite: MATH 50 or qualifying score on current department placement test Covers some MATH 51 topics at a slower pace. Student must complete MATH 51A and MATH 51B to have taken the equivalent of MATH 51. 40216 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Graham, C 61-2315 40217 WF 11:30am - 12:55pm Graham, C 61-2315 40218 MW 7:00pm - 8:25pm Chang, H 61-2302 n MATH 51B Elementary Algebra - Second Half 3.0 Units Not Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: MATH 51A Covers remaining topics of MATH 51 at a slower pace. Students must complete both MATH 51A and MATH 51B to have taken the equivalent of MATH 51. 40219 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Summers, M 61-3419 40220 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Summers, M 61-3419 40221 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm Wong, R 61-2418 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: MATH 51 or MATH 51B or MATH 52 or qualifying score on current department placement test Introductory course in Euclidean geometry featuring coverage of geometric terms and processes, logic and problem-solving. 40222MW 1:45pm - 3:10pm Franko, J 61-2419 40223 MW 7:00pm - 8:25pm Franko, J 61-2315 n MATH 61 Plane Geometry

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MATH 51A MATH 51 MATH 51B

MATH 55

MATH 115

MATH 71A MATH 71X MATH 71 MATH 71B

MATH 71X MATH 110

MATH 110

MATH 120

MATH 61

MATH 100

MATH 210

Business, Social Science & Non-Science Majors

MATH 130 MATH 140

Math & Engineering Majors

MATH 110

MATH 120

MATH 61

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MATH 61

MATH 100

MATH 140

MATH 150

MATH 210

MATH 160

MATH 180

MATH 181

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MATH 280

ENGR 40

MATH 285

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5.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: MATH 51 or MATH 51B or qualifying score on current department placement test Extends concepts from elementary algebra to prepare students for college-level mathematics courses. 7:00am - 9:30am Williams, D 61-3319 40251 TTh 40252 TTh 7:00am - 9:30am Kirchgraber, A 61-2311 40254TTh 8:00am - 10:30am Franko, J 61-2319 40255 TTh 8:00am - 10:30am Graham, C 61-2315 8:00am - 10:30am Graham, C 61-2315 40256 WF 9:15am - 10:50am Mc Mullin, J 61-3311 40257 TThF 40259 MTWTh 9:45am - 12:15pm Munro, M 61-3310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 40259 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 51 (CRN 40188) and Coun 5 (CRN 42772). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 40262 MW 9:45am - 12:15pm Peng, G 61-2418 40260 TWThF 9:45am - 12:15pm Takashima, T 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 9:45am - 12:15pm Takashima, T 61-2310 40261 TWThF 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40263 TTh 9:45am - 12:15pm Williams, D 61-3319 40264 TTh 9:45am - 12:15pm Sun, C 61-3418 40265 TTh 9:45am - 12:15pm Hosea, P 61-3411 NOTE: CRN 40265 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Coun 2 (CRN 42438). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 9:45am - 11:20am Summers, M 61-3306 40258 TThF 10:30am - 11:40am Griffith, H 61-3415 40266 TWThF 40267 MWF 11:30am - 1:05pm Zicree, S 61-3319 40268 TThF 11:30am - 1:05pm Terreri, J 61-3302 40269 TThF 11:30am - 1:05pm Summers, M 61-3306 12:00pm - 1:10pm Griffith, H 61-3415 40270 TWThF 40271 TTh 12:30pm - 3:00pm Tatoian, V 61-3411 40272 TTh 12:30pm - 3:00pm Troxell, C 61-2311 1:30pm - 4:00pm Edwards, W 61-3302 40273 MW 40274 MW 1:30pm - 4:00pm Tamayo, S 61-3306 40275 MW 1:30pm - 4:00pm Lancaster, S 61-3415 40276 TTh 1:30pm - 4:00pm Tran, F 61-2306 1:30pm - 4:00pm Tamayo, S 61-3415 40277 TTh 40278 MW 3:15pm - 5:45pm Beydler, D 61-3418 40305 MW 3:15pm - 5:45pm Nguyen, B 61-2418 4:15pm - 6:45pm Birca, A 61-2319 40281 TTh 40282 MW 6:00pm - 8:30pm Lam, A 61-3315 40283 TTh 6:00pm - 8:30pm Lambright, K 61-3410 40284 MW 7:00pm - 9:30pm Al-Faris, K 61-3306 7:00pm - 9:30pm Harirchi, M 61-3311 40285 MW 40286 TTh 7:00pm - 9:30pm Lee, C 61-3311 40287 TTh 7:00pm - 9:30pm Birca, A 61-2319 n MATH 71A Intermediate Algebra - First Half 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: MATH 51 or MATH 51B or qualifying score on current department placement test. Covers approximately half of MATH 71 topics. Students must complete both MATH 71A and 71B to have taken the equivalent of MATH 71. 8:00am - 9:25am Campbell, M 61-2306 40288 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Munro, M 61-3310 40290 MW 40291 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm Edwards, W 61-3315 40292 TTh 6:30pm - 7:55pm Edwards, W 61-3315 n MATH 71B Intermediate Algebra - Second Half 3.0 Units Prerequisite: MATH 71A Degree Applicable Covers remaining MATH 71 topics at a slower pace. Student must complete MATH 71A and 71B to have taken the equivalent of MATH 71. 9:45am - 11:10am Kim, C 61-3419 40293 TTh 40294 MW 12:00pm - 1:25pm Loyd, R 61-2410 12:00pm - 1:25pm Loyd, R 61-2410 40295 TTh 40296 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm Abbott, J 61-3419

n MATH 71 Intermediate Algebra

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5.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Math 51 or Math 51B or Math 55 or qualifying score on current department placement test. Recommended for Humanities, Social Sciences, Applied Sciences. MATH 71X is recommended prerequisite for MATH 100, 110, and 120. 40297 MW 9:45am - 12:15pm Kim, C 61-2406 40298 TThF 11:30am - 1:05pm Kim, C 61-2406 40299MW 12:30pm - 3:00pm Guth, S 61-2406 40300 TTh 7:00pm - 9:30pm Nguyen, B 61-2406 n MATH 96 Strategies for Math Success 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable

n MATH 71X Practical Intermediate Algebra

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Perspective, understanding, and strategy to utilize a learning system to acquire, understand, remember and produce math knowledge. 40301 MW 7:00pm - 8:45pm Long, G 61-2414 5 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/01/2012 40303 MW 7:00pm - 8:45pm Long, G 61-2414 5 Weeks, Week beginning 04/02/2012 ending 05/06/2012 7:00pm - 8:45pm Long, G 61-2414 40304 MW 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/07/2012 ending 06/10/2012 n MATH 100 Survey of College Mathematics 3.0 Units (CAN MATH02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: (MATH 71 or MATH 71X or MATH 71B or qualifying score on current department placement test) and (MATH 61 or passing score on current geometry competency test) A survey course introducing students to mathematical methods and reasoning. 40025MW 3:30pm - 4:55pm Munro, M 61-3310 n MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 3.0 Units (CAN STAT02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: MATH 71 or MATH 71X or MATH 71B or qualifying score on current department placement test Introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics and probability with emphasis on statistical methods. 40027 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Humaciu, M 61-3411 40028 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Johnson, M 61-2418 40029 MW 8:30am - 9:55am Galbraith, J 61-3311 40031 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Humaciu, M 61-3411 40032 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Johnson, M 61-2418 40033 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Kirchgraber, A 61-2311 40034 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Nitta, A 61-2306 NOTE: CRN 40034 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Coun 7 (CRN 42461). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 40035 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Pop, H 61-2302 40036 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Acuff, M 61-3419 40037 F 11:30am - 2:40pm Kojima, T 61-2311 40038 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Young, P 61-2302 40039 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Nitta, A 61-2418 40042 TTh 1:45pm - 3:10pm Franko, J 61-2410 40043 MW 3:00pm - 4:35pm Sholars, J 61-2310 40045 TTh 3:00pm - 4:35pm Faradineh, R 61-3315 42883 MW 3:50pm - 5:15pm Faradineh, R 61-3311 40046 TTh 3:50pm - 5:15pm Pop, H 61-2414 40047 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm Troxell, C 61-2418 40048TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Lancaster, S 61-3310 40049 MW 6:30pm - 9:40pm Kirchgraber, A 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40050 MW 6:30pm - 9:40pm Kirchgraber, A 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40051 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm Lancaster, S 61-3310
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n MATH 110H Elementary Statistics - Honors 3.0 Units (CAN STAT02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: (MATH 71 or MATH 71X or MATH 71B or qualifying passing score on current department placement test) and acceptance into the Honors Program Honors course providing an enriched experience in elementary statistics. May not receive credit for both MATH 110 and MATH 110H. 40052 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Sholars, J 61-2315 n MATH 115 Statway II 5.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

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The ASPIRE Program is a student success program aimed at enhancing academic success among African Americans and other students enrolled at Mt. San Antonio College. The ASPIRE Learning Community classes provide a combination of courses for students seeking a unique learning experience. This program pairs students with a mentor and helps develop a sense of community amongst students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

CREDIT: MATHEMATICS

Prerequisite: MATH 55 Math 115 is the second semester in the Statway sequence, including topics from inferential statistics and intermediate algebra. 40055 MWF 9:45am - 11:20am Guth, S 61-2302 40056 MW 12:30pm - 3:00pm Nitta, A 61-2418 40058 MW 4:15pm - 6:45pm Guth, S 61-2302 n MATH 130 College Algebra 4.0 Units (CAN MATH10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: MATH 71 or MATH 71B or qualifying score on current department placement test A college-level course in algebra. 40059 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Chang, D 61-2306 40060 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Wakefield, J 61-3315 40061 WF 8:30am - 10:35am Sun, C 61-3418 40062 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Johnson, M 61-2319 40063 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Wakefield, J 61-3315 40065 MW 10:45am - 12:50pm Lancaster, S 61-3410 40064 WF 10:45am - 12:50pm Sun, C 61-3418 40066 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Johnson, M 61-2319 40067 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Campbell, M 61-3315 40068 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Kojima, T 61-2319 40069 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Zicree, S 61-3411 40070 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Edwards, W 61-3306 40075 F 03/30 9:00am - 11:00am Chavez, D 61-2410 and F 05/04 9:00am - 11:00am Chavez, D 61-2410 and F 03/02 10:00am - 11:00am Chavez, D 61-2410 arrange 4.6 hours Chavez, D NOTE: CRN 40075 is a Distance learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Chavez at either DChavez@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://mtsac. edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40071 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Williams, D 61-3414 40072 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Chavez, D 61-2315 40073 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Williams, D 61-3414 40074 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Chavez, D 61-2315

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Math 51 40186 MW 9:45 am - 11:50 am Nitta, A. 4 units 61-2414 61-2406

Counseling 7 42460 TTh 9:30 am - 10:35 am Thomas, A. 2 units

ASPIRE INFORMATION SESSIONS


Tuesday, November 29, 2011, 2:00 - 3:00 pm, 9B - Ragan Room Monday, January 30, 2012, 10:00 - 11:00 am, 9B - Ragan Room Wednesday, February 8, 2012, 10:00 - 11:00 am, 9B - Ragan Room Thursday, February 16, 2012, 2:00 - 3:00 pm, 9B - Ragan Room If you would like to enroll in these courses, find out more, and participate in the ASPIRE Program you MUST attend one of the information sessions listed below. For more information, visit the ASPIRE Office in the Student Services Annex, Bldg. 9D.

CONTACT US AT (909) 274-6396 FOR MORE INFORMATION.


n MATH 140 Calculus for Business 4.0 Units (CAN MATH34) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: MATH 130 or MATH 160 or qualifying score on current department placement test. Calculus for business, social science, and non-science majors. Credit not given to students with credit in MATH 180 or equivalent. 40076 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Johnson, M 61-2319 40077 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Parra, H 61-3410 40078 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Beydler, D 61-3419 40080 T 02/28 6:00pm - 10:00pm Sorcabal, C 61-2316 and T 03/27 6:00pm -10:00pm Sorcabal, C 61-2316 and T 05/01 6:00pm -10:00pm Sorcabal, C 61-2316 arrange 4.6 hours Sorcabal, C NOTE: CRN 40080 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes and/or submitting assignments on campus How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Sorcabal at either CSorcabal@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://mtsac. edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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The Math Bridge provides a combination of Math and Counseling courses for students seeking a unique learning experience. In addition, students will learn what it takes to succeed in college and beyond. Students will work in teams, and receive tutoring in these courses.

MATH BRIDGE SPRING 2012 COURSES


CLUSTER 1 - FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE
LINK 1 Math 50 (First 8 weeks, beginning 2/27/2012 and ending on 4/22/2012) 40154 MTWTh 9:45 am - 11:10 am Lloyd, R. 3 units 61-2410 Math 51 (Second 8 weeks, beginning 4/23/2012 and ending on 6/17/2012) 40189 MTWTh 9:45 am - 11:50 am Lloyd, R. 4 units 61-2410 Coun 2 42773 TTh 8:00 am - 9:25 am Champion, A. 3 units 26A-2670

n MATH 150 Trigonometry 3.0 Units (CAN MATH08) Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: MATH 71 or 71B or qualifying score on current department placement test AND Math 61 or passing score on current geometry competency test. Trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, including graphs and identities. 40082 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Mc Mullin, J 61-3315 40084 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Mc Mullin, J 61-3315 40085 TTh 12:00pm - 1:25pm Parra, H 61-3410 40086 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Nguyen, B 61-2311 40087 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm Perez, C 61-2310 n MATH 160 Precalculus Mathematics 4.0 Units (CAN MATH16) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: MATH 150, or qualifying score on current department placement test. Prepares students for the calculus sequence. 40092 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Campbell, M 61-3414 40094 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Campbell, M 61-3414 40095 MW 1:00pm - 3:05pm Tatoian, V 61-3410 40096 TTh 3:15pm - 5:20pm Sholars, J 61-2302 40098 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Tamayo, S 61-3306 40099 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Perez, C 61-2410 n MATH 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 4.0 Units (CAN MATH18) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN MATH SEQ B Prerequisite: MATH 160 or qualifying score on current department placement test Introduction to differential and integral calculus with applications. 40100 MWF 9:30am - 10:45am Young, P 61-2419 40101 MWF 11:00am - 12:15pm Young, P 61-2419 40103 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Mc Donald, C 61-2306 40104 TTh 1:00pm - 3:05pm Hosea, P 61-3319 40105 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Khoddam, K 61-2414 40107 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Edwards, W 61-3302 40109 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Edwards, W 61-3302 40110 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Terreri, J 61-3302 n MATH 181 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 5.0 Units (CAN MATH20) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN MATH SEQ B Prerequisite: MATH 180 A continuation of differential integral calculus with infinite series and applications. 40111 MWF 8:00am - 9:35am Zicree, S 61-3319 40116 TWThF 9:00am - 10:10am Griffith, H 61-3415 40113 TThF 11:30am - 1:05pm Tran, F 61-2306 40114 TTh 1:30pm - 4:00pm Birca, A 61-2319 40117 MW 6:00pm - 8:30pm Sholars, J 61-2306 40119 TTh 7:00pm - 9:30pm Tran, F 61-2306 n MATH 210 Concepts of Elementary Mathematics 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: MATH 100 40120 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Sholars, J 61-2302 n MATH 280 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 4.0 Units (CAN MATH22) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN MATH SEQ C Prerequisite: MATH 181 Multivariate and vector calculus. 40123 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Kojima, T 61-2306 40122 TTh 1:00pm - 3:05pm Nguyen, B 61-2414 40125 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Nguyen, B 61-2410

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LINK 1 Math 51 (First 8 weeks, beginning 2/27/2012 and ending on 4/22/2012) 40188 MTWTh 9:45 am - 11:50 am Munro, M. 4 units 61-3310 Math 71 (Second 8 weeks, beginning 4/23/2012 and ending on 6/17/2012) 40259 MTWTh 9:45 am - 12:15 pm Munro, M. 5 units 61-3310 Coun 5 42772 TTh 1:15 pm - 2:40 pm Diaz, L. 3 units 16-7

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LINK 1 Math 71 40265 TTh Coun 2 42438 MW 9:45 am - 12:15 pm 9:45 am - 11:10 am Hosea, P. Perez-Garcia, J. 5 units 3 units 61-3411 16-7

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CLUSTER 4
LINK 1 Math 110 40034 TTh 9:45 am - 11:10 am Nitta, A. Maestro, P. 3 units 2 units 61-2306 61-3310

Coun 7 Advisory: ENGL 68 42461 TTh 12:30 pm - 1:35 pm

NOTE: Attendance at an information session and special approval is needed to enroll in this learning community. *Max enrollment: 30

MATH BRIDGE INFORMATION SESSIONS


Monday, November 21, 2011, 3:00-4:30 pm, Bldg. 6-160 Tuesday, January 24, 2012, 1:00-2:30 pm, Bldg. 6-160 Tuesday, February 14, 2012, 3:00-4:30 pm, Bldg. 6-160 Wednesday, February 15, 2012, 1:00-2:30 pm, Bldg. 9C-Stage Thursday, February 16, 2012, 3:00-4:30 pm, Bldg. 6-160 If you would like to find out more information and/or you are interested in enrolling in the Bridge Program, you may visit us at the Student Services Annex, Bldg. 9D or online at www.mtsac.edu/students/bridge/

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n MATH 285 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations 5.0 Units (CAN MATH24) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: MATH 280 Introduction to linear algebra and ordinary differential equations. 40126 MWF 9:45am - 11:20am Zicree, S 61-3319 40127 TTh 7:00pm - 9:30pm Tamayo, S 61-3306

n MENT 72 Nursing Care of the Developmentally Disabled Person 7.0 Units Prerequisite: MENT 56, MENT 56L, MENT 70, MENT 70L Degree Applicable Corequisite: MENT 72L 41285 TWTh 1:00pm - 3:25pm Hernandez, C 67A-225 41287 TWTh 1:00pm - 3:25pm Nixon, B 67A-233 n MENT 72L Nursing Care of the Developmentally 5.5 Units Disabled Person - Clinical (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Degree Applicable Corequisite: MENT 72 41288 TWThF 7:30am - 11:45am Hernandez, C HOSP 41290 TWThF 7:30am - 11:45am STAFF HOSP 41292 TWThF 7:30am - 11:45am Nixon, B HOSP n MENT 73L Psychiatric Nursing for 5.5 Units Psychiatric Technicians Clinical (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Admission to Psychiatric Technician Program. MENT 56 and MENT 56L Corequisite: MENT 73T 41302 WTh 7:00am - 12:00pm Soto, S HOSP and WTh 12:30pm - 3:30pm Meggelin, N HOSP and arrange 1.5 hours Meggelin, N HOSP 41337 WTh 7:00am - 12:00pm Sanchez, A HOSP and WTh 12:30pm - 3:30pm Sanchez, A HOSP and arrange 1.5 hours Sanchez, A HOSP 41343 WTh 7:00am - 12:00pm STAFF HOSP and WTh 12:30pm - 3:30pm STAFF TBA and arrange 1.5 hours STAFF HOSP n MENT 73T Psychiatric Nursing for Psychiatric Technicians Prerequisite: MENT 56 and MENT 56L Corequisite: MENT 73 and PSYC 1A Advisory: MENT 40 41347 MT 8:30am - 11:50am Meggelin, N 41580 MT 8:30am - 11:50am Sanchez, A 6.0 Units Degree Applicable

CREDIT: MATHEMATICS / MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY / MENTAL HEALTH/PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN / METEOROLOGY

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
n MEDI 90 Medical Terminology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Introduction to the use and meaning of the medical terminology used in various allied health fields. 41867 T 8:00am - 11:10am Rudd, T 67A-216 41868 T 3:30pm - 6:45pm Rudd, T 67A-205 41870 W 06/13 3:00pm - 5:30pm Coreas, K 67A-138 and W 04/18 3:00pm - 5:30pm Coreas, K 67A-138 arrange 3.38 hours Coreas, K ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41870 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid Class. Course Orientation: Instructor will email online orientation information. Mandatory On-campus Meetings: The midterm exam will be held on campus on Wednesday, April 18, 2012, 3 -5:30 p.m. in 67A-138 and the final exam will be held on campus on Wednesday, June13, 2012, 3 - 5:30 p.m. in 67A-138. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Coreas at either: kcoreas@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n MENT 40 Introduction to Interviewing and Counseling 3.0 Units Degree Applicable 41053 M 12:30pm - 3:40pm Meggelin, N 67A-233 n MENT 56 Medical-Surgical Nursing for Psychiatric Technicians 9.0 Units

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Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Admission to the Psychiatric Technician Program Corequisite: MENT 56L 41054 TW 7:30am - 12:00pm Mc Graw, J 67A-205 and T 1:00pm - 3:00pm Gonzalez, G 67A-205 41055 TW 7:30am - 12:00pm Reyes, M 67A-215 and W 1:00pm - 3:00pm Gonzalez, G 67A-215 NOTE: MENT 56 is a Special Approval course. Only students that have been formally accepted to the Psychiatric Technician Program may be allowed to register in this course. If you are interested in applying to the Psychiatric Technician Program, please contact the Technology and Health Division Office at 909-274-4750. n MENT 56L Medical-Surgical Clinical Experience 4.0 Units (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Degree Applicable Corequisite: MENT 56 41056 ThF 7:00am - 12:00pm Mc Graw, J HOSP and Th 12:30pm - 3:00pm Mc Graw, J HOSP and arrange 1.5 hours Mc Graw, J HOSP 41077 ThF 7:00am - 12:00pm Reyes, M HOSP and Th 12:30pm - 3:00pm Reyes, M HOSP and arrange 1.5 hours Reyes, M HOSP 41133 ThF 7:00am - 12:00pm Rudd, T HOSP and Th 12:30pm - 3:00pm Rudd, T HOSP and arrange 1.5 hours Rudd, T 41134 ThF 7:00am - 12:00pm Gonzalez, G HOSP and Th 12:30pm - 3:00pm Gonzalez, G HOSP and arrange 1.5 hours Gonzalez, G HOSP

n MENT 82 Work Experience in Mental Health Technology 2.0 Units (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog, MENT 72, MENT 73T On-the-job experience at an approved work site. Requires 150 paid or 120 non-paid hours. 41590 arrange 9.38 hours Meggelin, N HOSP NOTE: Make an appointment to meet with the instructor during the first week of school.

METEOROLOGY
n METO 3 Weather and the Atmospheric Environment 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC An introduction to the atmosphere. May include field work and/or field trips. 42600 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Webb, C 60-1512 42601 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Webb, C 60-1512 42602 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Mendenhall, L 60-1515 42603 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Mendenhall, L 60-1512 n METO 3L Weather and Atmospheric Environment Laboratory 1.0 Unit

Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: METO 3 (may have been taken previously) Laboratory topics paralleling the course content of METO 3. 42604 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Webb, C 60-1515

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n MICR 1 Principles of Microbiology 5.0 Units (CAN BIOL14) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: CHEM 10 or CHEM 40. One year of college chemistry is recommended for all transfer majors. CHEM 50/51 sequence is preferred for biology and most pre-health professional majors Microbial classification, physiology, genetics; immunology, host-microbe interactions. Field trips required. 42630 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Rexach, C 11-2312 and MW 1:15pm - 4:25pm Rexach, C 60-2506 n MICR 22 Microbiology 4.0 Units Prerequisite: CHEM 10 or CHEM 40 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: BIOL 1, BIOL 4 or BIOL 4H Fundamental concepts of microbiology including viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa and parasitic worms. 42637 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Anderson, C 7-1104 and MW 9:45am - 11:10am Anderson, C 60-2506 42638 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Anderson, C 7-1104 and MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Anderson, C 60-2506 42639 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Anderson, C 7-1104 and TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Anderson, C 60-2506 42640 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Anderson, C 7-1104 and TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Anderson, C 60-2506 42865 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Menon, K 60-2506 and TTh 9:45am - 11:10am STAFF 7-1104 42641 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Lee, M 7-1104 and TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm STAFF 60-2506 42643 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Lee, M 7-1104 and TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Kaur, R 60-2506 42644 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Spitzer, J 60-2506 and MW 7:00pm - 8:25pm Spitzer, J 7-1104 42648 TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Kaur, R 60-2506 and TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm STAFF 7-1104

n MUS 6B Musicianship - Advanced 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: MUS 3B, MUS 6A Corequisite: MUS 3C Further advanced training in sight signing, aural perception and dictation. Lab time required. 40044 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Bowen, R 2-M117 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Non-music major course dealing with basic elements of music notation, melody, rhythm, and harmony. 40053 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Wilkerson, S 2-M119 8:00am - 11:10am Haddock, L 2-M119 40081 F 9:45am - 11:10am Wilkerson, S 2-M119 40054 MW 40057MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Bowen, R 2-M117 40079 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Bowen, R 2-M117 3:00pm - 6:10pm Stuntz, L 2-M119 40083 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Myers-Mc Kenzie, L 2-M119 40089 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Domingues, C 2-M119 40090 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Domingues, C 2-M119 40091 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Kantenwein, K 2-M119 40093 Th n MUS 9 Introduction to Music Technology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Survey of the uses of computers and electronic devices to capture, modify and disseminate music. 40097 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Alverson, D 1B/C-12 n MUS 11B Music Literature Survey 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC A survey of western music of the 18th to the early 21st century including influences of non-western cultures. 42779 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Kuo, T 2-M107 n MUS 12 History of Jazz 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Survey of jazz as a significant American art form. 40106 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Wilkerson, S 2-M104 9:45am - 11:10am Wilkerson, S 2-M104 40108 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Ellwood, J 2-M109 40115 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Wilkerson, S 2-M104 40112 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Ellwood, J 2-M109 40118 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Mc Intosh, W 2-M104 40121 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Stier, G 2-M109 40124 T n MUS 13 Introduction to Music Appreciation 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC A survey of western music through the present with some examples of influences from non-western cultures. 40128 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Chevalier, A 2-M109 8:00am - 11:10am Zeidel, S 2-M107 40130 F 9:45am - 11:10am Altmire, M 2-M109 40131 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Kuo, T 2-M107 40132 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Cahow, M 2-M107 40133 TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Zeidel, S 2-M107 40134 F 1:20pm - 2:45pm Anastasia, S 2-M104 40135 MW 1:20pm - 2:45pm Stier, G 2-M104 40136 TTh 3:00pm - 4:10pm Barr, D 2-M117 40137 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Barr, D 2-M117 40139 W 3:35pm - 6:45pm Martin, M 2-M107 40140 M 3:35pm - 6:45pm Stier, G 2-M107 40141 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Zeidel, S 2-M107 40138 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Worsley, M 2-M104 40142 W 8:00am - 2:30pm Anderson, D 2-M107 40143 S 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012
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n MUS 2 Music Theory 3.0 Units Corequisite: MUS 5A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Preparation for the study of harmony and form as it is practiced in Western tonal music. Required for music majors 40018 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Kuo, T 2-M119 NOTE: CRN 40018 above is required for music majors. n MUS 3A Harmony 3.0 Units Prerequisite: MUS 2, MUS 5A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: MUS 5B An examination of the harmonic style of tonal music from the common practice period. Original music compositions will be written. 42780 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Bowen, R 2-M117 n MUS 3C Harmony 3.0 Units Prerequisite: MUS 3B, MUS 6A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: MUS 6B Further examination of the harmonic style of music from the common practice period, with emphasis on the 18th and 19th centuries. 40024 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Bowen, R 2-M117 n MUS 5A Musicianship - Ear Training and Sight Singing 1.5 Units Corequisite: MUS 2 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Training in sight singing, rhythm reading, aural recognition and dictation. Required for music majors. 40026 TTh 9:45am - 10:50am Kuo, T 2-M119 n MUS 5B Musicianship - Ear Training and Sight Singing 1.0 Unit Prerequisite: MUS 2, MUS 5A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: MUS 3A Sight singing, aural perception and dictation. Soprano-bass dictation of diatonic Bach-style chorales. Lab time required. 40040 MW 9:45am - 10:50am Bowen, R 2-M117 118

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n MUS 13H Introduction to Music Appreciation - Honors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course designed to present an enriched experience. Survey of western classical music. See MUS 13 for topics covered. May not receive credit for both MUS 13 and MUS 13H. 40144 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Kuo, T 2-M107 n MUS 14A World Music 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

n MUS 17B Intermediate Class Piano 1.5 Units (CAN MUS24) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: MUS 17A or professor approval Reading and performances of piano literature. 40242 MW 10:00am - 11:05am Varellas, B 2-M102 40243 W 4:00pm - 6:05pm Haines, J 2-M102 n MUS 18 Advanced Class Piano 1.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

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Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Examines the music of Africa, the Americas, and Asia and compares it to western popular music. 43087 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Martin, M 2-M109 40146 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Martin, M 2-M107 n MUS 15 Rock Music History and Appreciation 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Historical survey of rock music from its beginnings in the early 50s to the present. 40224 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Chevalier, J 2-M109 40225 M 3:35pm - 6:45pm Chevalier, J 2-M117 40226 T 3:35pm - 6:45pm Carroll, D 2-M104 40227 W 3:35pm - 6:45pm Jones, J 2-M107 40228 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Carroll, D 2-M104 40229 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jones, J 2-M107 n MUS 16 Individual Instruction .5 Unit (CAN MUS14) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken four times for credit) Prerequisite: Admission by audition Private lessons for students in a major performing group. Weekly class meeting required. 40234 F 11:15am - 12:20pm Laronga, B 2-M200 and arrange .5 hours Laronga, B 2-M200 NOTE: CRN 40234 above is for trumpets and French horns. 40235 F 11:15am - 12:20pm Stuntz, L 2-M139 and arrange .5 hours Stuntz, L 2-M139 NOTE: CRN 40235 above is for low brass, cello and double bass. 40230 T 12:00pm - 1:05pm McIntosh Landis, M 2-M139 and arrange .5 hours McIntosh Landis, M 2-M139 NOTE: CRN 40230 above is primarily for vocal, piano, and guitar students. 42812 M 1:10pm - 2:15pm Wiley, K 2-M139 and arrange .5 hours Wiley, K 2-M139 NOTE: CRN 42812 above is primarily for strings, piano, guitar and nonmajor vocal students. 40232 F 12:30pm - 1:35pm Worsley, M 2-M139 and arrange .5 hours Worsley, M 2-M139 NOTE: CRN 40232 above is for flutes, clarinets and violins. 40233 F 12:30pm - 1:35pm Domingues, C 2-M200 and arrange .5 hours Domingues, C 2-M200 NOTE: CRN 40233 above is for saxophones and double reeds. 40231 T 1:00pm - 2:10pm Ellwood, J 2-M200 and arrange .5 hours Ellwood, J 2-M200 NOTE: CRN 40231 above is for jazz combos. 40236 W 5:00pm - 6:05pm Altmire, M 2-M200 and arrange .5 hours Altmire, M 2-M200 NOTE: CRN 40236 above is percussion. n MUS 17A Elementary Piano 1.0 Unit (CAN MUS22) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken four times for credit) Reading and performance of piano literature. No prior musical experience is required. 40237 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Varellas, B 2-M102 40238 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Klassen, M 2-M102 40239 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Klassen, M 2-M102 40240 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Haines, J 2-M102 40241 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Haines, J 2-M102

Advisory: MUS 17B The style, technique, and interpretation of piano literature from the 17th century to the present. 40244 MW 10:00am - 11:05am Varellas, B 2-M102 40245 W 4:00pm - 6:05pm Haines, J 2-M102 n MUS 20A Elementary Class Voice 1.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Instruction in the basics of singing with special emphasis on breathing and posture. No prior musical experience is required. 40246 MW 11:15am - 12:20pm Stephenson, C 2-M106 40247 TTh 1:15pm - 2:20pm Stephenson, C 2-M106 40248 TTh 2:30pm - 3:35pm Stephenson, C 2-M106 n MUS 20B Intermediate Class Voice 1.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Advisory: MUS 20A Instruction in the skills required for a solid singing technique for popular, theatrical, and classical music. 40249 MW 10:00am - 11:05am Stephenson, C 2-M106 NOTE: CRN 40249 above will sing musical theater repertoire. n MUS 21 Advanced Class Voice 1.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Advisory: MUS 20B Study of the style, technique, and interpretation of art and theatrical song. Emphasis on diction and languages. 41211 MW 10:00am - 11:05am Stephenson, C 2-M106 NOTE: CRN 41211 above will sign musical theater repertoire. n MUS 22 Conducting 1.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Teaches and practices basic beat patterns, score reading, and rehearsal techniques. 41212 MW 10:00am - 11:05am Rogers, B 2-M108 n MUS 23A Elementary Guitar 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) Acoustic guitar playing, note reading, strumming, finger picking, and improvisation. Stud ents must furnish their own guitars. 41214 TTh 1:15pm - 2:20pm Lo Piccolo, J 2-M101 41219 W 1:45pm - 3:50pm Adele, D 2-M101 41216 TTh 2:30pm - 3:35pm Lo Piccolo, J 2-M101 41218 M 4:00pm - 6:05pm Adele, D 2-M101 41220 W 4:00pm - 6:05pm Adele, D 2-M101 n MUS 23B Intermediate Class Guitar 1.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Advisory: MUS 23A Techniques for reading and playing music arranged for the solo guitar. Students must furnis h their own acoustic guitar. 41221 W 6:30pm - 8:35pm Adele, D 2-M108 n MUS 24 Advanced Guitar 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) Advisory: MUS 23B Guitar music from 18th and 19th centuries; sight reading and ensemble playing. Students must furnish their own acoustic guitars. 41222 W 6:30pm - 9:30pm Adele, D 2-M108

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(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Styles and techniques of improvisation. Students must furnish their own musical instruments to play for and with the class. 41223 MW 5:00pm - 6:15pm Ellwood, J 2-M108 n MUS 27 Chamber Winds 1.5 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Admission by audition Select ensemble of wind and percussion instrumentalists performing chamber music. Off campus public performances are required. 41224 F 8:00am - 11:10am Barr, D 2-M200 and arrange 1 hour Barr, D 2-M200 n MUS 31 Concert Choir 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Admission by audition the first week of class Large mixed choral ensemble. Attendance at performances including those off-site is required. Auditions held first week. 41225 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Mc Intosh, W 2-M108 and arrange 3.35 hours Mc Intosh, W 2-M108 n MUS 34 Womens Vocal Ensemble 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Admission by audition during the first week of class Womens vocal ensemble. Attendance at performances including offcampus locations is required. Auditions held the first week. 41226 TTh 9:45am - 11:20am McIntosh Landis, M 2-M108 and arrange 2.5 hours McIntosh Landis, M 2-M108 n MUS 38 Ensemble .5 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Ability to read music or admission by audition Study and perform music written for small ensembles. On campus performances may be required. 42565 MW 11:30am - 12:35pm Barr, D 2-M200 NOTE: CRN 42565 above is Wind Ensemble. 42563 TTh 1:00pm - 2:05pm Ellwood, J 2-M200 NOTE: CRN 42563 above is for jazz combo. 42566 W 5:00pm - 7:05pm Altmire, M 2-M200 NOTE: CRN 42566 above is percussion ensemble. n MUS 39 Laboratory Band 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Admission by audition Provides the necessary training and experience for MUS 47, Jazz Band. Auditions may be required. Materials Fee: $4.00 41227 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Ellwood, J 2-M200 and arrange 2 hours Ellwood, J 2-M200 n MUS 44 Vocal Jazz Ensemble 3.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Admission by audition A mixed vocal jazz group. Attendance at performance and competitions is required. Auditions held the first week of classes. 41229 TTh 1:15pm - 3:45pm Mc Intosh, W 2-M108 and arrange 4 hours Mc Intosh, W 2-M108

n MUS 45 Chamber Singers 3.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Admission by audition Premier mixed choral group. Attendance at performances including offcampus locations is required. Auditions are held each May. 41232 MW 3:00pm - 4:05pm Rogers, B 2-M108 and F 8:30am - 11:15am Rogers, B 2-M108 and arrange 4 hours Rogers, B 2-M108 n MUS 47 Jazz Band 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Admission by audition Study and performance of jazz and big band music. Off-campus public performances required. Admission by audition. 41234 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Ellwood, J 2-M200 and arrange 2 hours Ellwood, J 2-M200 n MUS 48 Mens Vocal Ensemble 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: Admission by audition the first week of class A mens vocal ensemble. Attendance at performances is required. Auditions held the first week of classes. 41238 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Mc Intosh, W 2-M109 and arrange 3 hours Mc Intosh, W 2-M109 n MUS 49 Wind Ensemble 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Admission by audition The premier classical wind and percussion ensemble. Auditions are required. Public performances are required. 41241 MW 11:30am - 1:45pm Barr, D 2-M200 and arrange 2 hours Barr, D 2-M200 n MUS 50 Jazz Improvisation and Performance Choir 3.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) A mixed vocal jazz choir that focuses on vocal improvisation and solo techniques. Admission by audition. 42573 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Rogers, B 2-M109 and arrange 4.5 hours Rogers, B 2-M109 n MUS 99 Special Projects in Music (May be taken four times for credit) 42686 arrange 3.5 hours 42687 arrange 3.5 hours 42688 arrange 3.5 hours 42689 arrange 3.5 hours 42690 arrange 3.5 hours 42691 arrange 3.5 hours 42692 arrange 3.5 hours 42700 arrange 3.5 hours 42701 arrange 3.5 hours 42702 arrange 3.5 hours n MUS 99 Special Projects in Music (May be taken four times for credit) 42703 arrange 7 hours 42704 arrange 7 hours 42705 arrange 7 hours 42706 arrange 7 hours 42707 arrange 7 hours 42708 arrange 7 hours 42709 arrange 7 hours 42710 arrange 7 hours 42711 arrange 7 hours 42712 arrange 7 hours 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU Barr, D 2-M200 Ellwood, J 2-M200 Rogers, B 2-M200 Mc Intosh, W 2-M111 Bowen, R 2-M133 McIntosh Landis, M 2-M108 Stephenson, C 2-M106 Varellas, B 2-M102 Haines, J 2-M102 Adele, D 2-M101 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Barr, D 2-M200 Ellwood, J 2-M200 Rogers, B 2-M108 Mc Intosh, W 2-M108 Bowen, R 2-M133 McIntosh Landis, M 2-M108 Stephenson, C 2-M106 Varellas, B 2-M102 Haines, J 2-M102 Adele, D 2-M101

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n NURS 1A The Nursing Process I 5.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: Admission to Nursing Program; ANAT 35 or equivalent and ANAT 36 or equivalent, or ANAT 10A or equivalent and ANAT 10B or equivalent, and MICR 22 or equivalent, or MICR 1 or equivalent, and ENGL 1A or equivalent Corequisite: NURS 2 41987 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Orr, J PKVSTA 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41994 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Kunkler, C SILVER 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41996 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Anderson-Perry, C FNR 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41993 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and FS 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF PKVSTA 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41995 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and FS 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF SILVER 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41997 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and FS 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF FNR 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n NURS 1B The Nursing Process II 5.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

n NURS 2 Pharmacology

2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: Admission to Nursing Program and eligibility for MATH 51 Corequisite: NURS 1A 42008 Th 9:00am - 12:00pm Santiago, T 67A-150 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 42009 Th 1:00pm - 4:00pm Santiago, T 67A-150 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 n NURS 3 Medical-Surgical Nursing: 3.5 Units Locomotion/Sensation/ Integument/Oncology/Imm Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: NURS 1B and NURS 2 or Advanced Placement 42010 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S CHINO and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42012 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S SACH and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42013 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S PVHMC and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42014 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S FOOT and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42015 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S ICC and Th 8:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42016 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S BEV and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 n NURS 4 Maternity Nursing 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

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Prerequisite: NURS 1A or Advanced Placement Corequisite: NURS 2 42002 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Orr, J CHINO 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42003 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Romero, O SACH 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42004 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S FOOT 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42005 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Santiago, T BEV 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42006 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 2:00pm - 10:00pm STAFF BEV 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42001 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and FS 6:30am - 2:30pm Boyer, M CHINO 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

Prerequisite: NURS 3 or Advanced Placement 42018 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and TW 2:00pm - 10:00pm Condra, D WHIT 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42020 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF QOVH 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42021 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF PIH 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42022 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF PVHMC 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42023 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF WHIT 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42024 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF QOVH 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012

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n NURS 5 Psychiatric Nursing

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: NURS 4 or Advanced Placement and PSYC 1A 42040 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Anderson-Perry, C INGL and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-205 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42041 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and TW 2:00pm - 10:00pm Anderson-Perry, C ARROW and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-205 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42042 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Anderson-Perry, C BHC and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-205 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42044 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Anderson-Perry, C CHART and Th 8:00am - 10:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42043 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and Th 8:00am - 10:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF CHART 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42045 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and Th 8:00am - 10:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF ARROW 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: NURS 5 or Advanced Placement and CHLD 10 or PSYC 14 42025 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours Kunkler, C PVHMC 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42026 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours Condra, D WHIT 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42027 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours STAFF HOSP 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42028 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours STAFF HOSP 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42029 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours Vy, V HUNT 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42030 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours STAFF PVHMC 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n NURS 6 Pediatric Nursing

n NURS 7 Medical-Surgical 7.5 Units Nursing: Nutrition/Elimination/Surgical Asepsis Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: NURS 6 or Advanced Placement 42032 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A ICMC 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42035 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A STJUDE 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42036 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A PVHMC 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42037 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A QOVH 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42038 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A PIH 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42039 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A SACH 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 n NURS 8 Medical-Surgical Nursing: Circulation 5.5 Units and Oxygenation Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: NURS 7 or Advanced Placement Corequisite: NURS 9 42046 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and arrange 23.86 hours Wilcher, L SACH and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Arvidson Perkins, G 67A-216 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42047 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and arrange 23.86 hours Santiago, T PVHMC and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Arvidson Perkins, G 67A-216 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42048 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and arrange 23.86 hours Arvidson Perkins, G QOVH and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Arvidson Perkins, G 67A-216 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42049 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and arrange 23.86 hours Gilliam, M ICC and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Arvidson Perkins, G 67A-216 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42050 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and arrange 23.86 hours Fiorito, A PIH and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Arvidson Perkins, G 67A-216 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42051 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and arrange 23.86 hours Lynes, B PVHMC and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm Arvidson Perkins, G PVHMC 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 n NURS 9 Leadership in Nursing 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU

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Prerequisite: NURS 7 or Advanced Placement Corequisite: NURS 8 42052 M 1:00pm - 4:00pm Condra, D 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012

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NUTRITION AND FOOD


n NF 10 Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Basic principles of nutrition and its relationship to optimum health. Course is intended for non-health science majors. 41309 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Cammayo, C 19B-9 41304 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Cammayo, C 19B-9 41295 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Weatherilt, S 19B-9 41307 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Cammayo, C 19B-9 41303 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Weatherilt, S 19B-9 41297 Th 1:15pm - 2:30pm Weatherilt, S 19B-9 and arrange 1.8 hours Weatherilt, S ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41297 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Weatherilt at either: SWeatherilt@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41299 W 3:00pm - 4:15pm Weatherilt, S 19B-9 and arrange 1.8 hours Weatherilt, S ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41299 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Weatherilt at either: SWeatherilt@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n NF 20 Principles of Foods with Lab 3.0 Units (CAN FCS08) Degree Applicable, CSU Introduction to basic food science principles and food preparation procedures; emphasis on ingredient functions and interaction. 41375 W 12:00pm - 5:15pm Impara, C 19B-5 n NF 25 Essentials of Nutrition 3.0 Units (CAN FCS02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Scientific concepts of nutrition relating to the function of nutrients. Course is appropriate for health science majors. 41316 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Buzby, L 19B-7 42851 F 8:00am - 11:10am Berenji, N 19B-7 41319 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Buzby, L 19B-7 41320 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Buzby, L 19B-7 41329 M 1:15pm - 4:25pm Mazhar, W 19B-7 41323 T 1:15pm - 2:30pm Metter, J 19B-7 and arrange 1.8 hours Metter, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41323 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Metter at either: JMetter@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

CREDIT: NURSING / NUTRITION & FOOD

n NURS 10 Medical-Surgical Nursing: Integration/Regulation 4.0 Units Prerequisite: NURS 8, NURS 9 or Advanced Placement Degree Applicable, CSU 42054 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Arvidson Perkins, G QOVH and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 42055 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Gilliam, M ICC and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 42056 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Wilcher, L SACH and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 42057 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF PIH and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 42053 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm Coleman, D PVHMC 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 42058 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF HOSP 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 n NURS 11 Preceptorship in Nursing 2.0 Units (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: NURS 10 or Advanced Placement 42059 arrange 37.33 hours Arvidson Perkins, G HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42060 arrange 37.33 hours Chen, G HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42061 arrange 37.33 hours Lynes, B HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42062 arrange 37.33 hours Orr, J HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42063 arrange 37.33 hours Romero, O HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42064 arrange 37.33 hours Condra, D HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012

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1:15pm - 4:25pm Mazhar, W 19B-7 1:15pm - 2:30pm Metter, J 19B-7 and arrange 1.8 hours Metter, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41325 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Metter at either: JMetter@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41353 Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Alvarado, A 19B-7 42852 Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Alvarado, A 19B-7 41312 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Soltanmorad, K 19B-7 41313 arrange 3.4 hours Soltanmorad, K ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41313 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: No orientation meeting. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Soltanmorad at either: KSoltanmorad@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41315 arrange 3.4 hours Soltanmorad, K ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41315 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: No orientation meeting. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Soltanmorad at either: KSoltanmorad@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41331 T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Darke, T 19B-7 41334 arrange 3.4 hours Darke, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41334 is a Distance Learning Online class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Darke at either: TDarke@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 41345 arrange 3.4 hours Darke, T ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41345 is a Distance Learning Online class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Darke at either: TDarke@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n NF 25H Essentials of Nutrition - Honors 3.0 Units (CAN FCS02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both NF 25 and NF 25H. 41361 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Metter, J 19B-7 41364 TTh 1:30pm - 2:55pm Impara, C 18C-2 n NF 28 Cultural and Ethnic Foods 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Exploration of regional, ethnic, cultural, religious, historical, and social influences on food patterns and cuisines. 41371 Th 12:00pm - 1:15pm Impara, C 19B-5 and arrange 1.8 hours Impara, C ONLINE NOTE: CRN 41371 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Impara at either: CImpara@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable Healthful food preparation emphasizing reducing fat, cholesterol and sodium, and increasing fiber and nutrients. 41380 F 9:45am - 1:15pm Metter, J 19B-5 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n NF 82 Vegetarian Cuisine 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable Principles and techniques of vegetarian food preparation and investigation of issues related to vegetarian eating practices. 41387 F 9:45am - 1:15pm Metter, J 19B-5 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n NF 81 Cooking for Your Heart and Health

OCEANOGRAPHY
3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to the marine environment and oceanic processes. Field trips required. 42606 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Wagner, A 11-2209 42605 M 8:00am - 11:10am Lackey, H 60-1511 NOTE: CRN 42605 above is linked to OCEA 10L (CRN 42614) 42607 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Wagner, A 11-2209 42608 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Alwash, S 11-2209 42609 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Bouse, R 11-2209 42610 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Alwash, S 11-2209 42613 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm STAFF 11-2209 n OCEA 10L Introduction to Oceanography Laboratory 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: OCEA 10 or OCEA 10H (May have been taken previously) A hands-on approach to the marine environment and oceanic processes. 42614 W 8:00am - 11:10am Lackey, H 60-1511 NOTE: CRN 42614 above is linked to OCEA 10 (CRN 42605) 42615 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Walker, R 60-1511 42617 W 1:15pm - 4:25pm Bouse, R 60-1511 42616 Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Smith, L 60-1511 42619 Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm STAFF 60-1511 n OCEA 10 Introduction to Oceanography

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PHILOSOPHY
n PHIL 3 Logic in Practice 3.0 Units (CAN PHIL06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Teaches sound thinking, constructing and analyzing inductive and deductive arguments, and avoiding fallacious reasoning. 40550 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Borton, R 26A-1690 40551 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Mc Gruder, C 26D-2240 40552 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Mc Gruder, C 26D-2240 40553 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Mc Gruder, C 26D-2240 40554 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Mc Gruder, C 26D-2240 40557 T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Wolde-Yohannes, S 26A-1690 40558 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Wolde-Yohannes, S 26A-1690 40559 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Alexander, E 26A-1690 40560 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Wolde-Yohannes, S 26A-1690 42529 arrange 6.75 hours Mc Gruder, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42529 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Gruder at either: cmcgruder@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42530 arrange 6.75 hours Mc Gruder, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42530 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Gruder at either: cmcgruder@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42531 arrange 3.4 hours Henry, D ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42531 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Henry at either: dhenry@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n PHIL 5 Introduction to Philosophy 3.0 Units (CAN PHIL02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Explores basic issues in ethics, social philosophy, metaphysics, epistemology, and contemporary philosophy. 40561 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Romero, E 26D-G411 40562 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Ramal, R 11-2324 40563 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Hall, S 26A-2811 40564 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Romero, E 26D-G411 40567 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Haney, R 26B-3561 40568 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Haney, R 26A-2811 40569 M 3:30pm - 6:40pm STAFF 26A-1690 42833 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Kay, G 26D-2421

40570 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lane, D 26D-2431 42532 arrange 6.75 hours Lane, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42532 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lane at either: dlane@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42533 arrange 6.75 hours Lane, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42533 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lane at either: dlane@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40571 S 8:00am - 2:30pm Lane, D 26D-2431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40572 S 8:00am - 2:30pm Lane, D 26D-2431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n PHIL 5H Introduction to Philosophy - Honors 3.0 Units (CAN PHIL02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course providing an enriched experience. See PHIL 5 for topics covered. May not receive credit for both PHIL 5 and PHIL 5H. 40574 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Diem, A 26D-2431 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC The effective use of critical thinking in daily life, including constructing good arguments and recognizing and avoiding fallacies. 40575 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Borton, R 26A-1690 40576 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Borton, R 26A-1690 40577 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Lloyd, A 26D-2240 40578 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Lloyd, A 26D-2240 40579 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Lloyd, A 26D-2240 40581 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Grey, G 26A-2811 40582 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 26D-2240 42834 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Kay, G 26D-2421 40583 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Grey, G 26A-2811 42535 arrange 6.75 hours Lane, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42535 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lane at either: dlane@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n PHIL 8 Critical Thinking

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n PHIL 12 Ethics 3.0 Units (CAN PHIL04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A A critical examination of moral choice by studying major ethical theories and their application to moral issues. 40587 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Hall, S 26A-2811 40588 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Romero, E 26A-1690 42536 arrange 6.75 hours Park, J ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42536 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Park at either: jspark@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42537 arrange 6.75 hours Diem, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42537 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Diem at either: adiem@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n PHIL 15 Major World Religions 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

CREDIT: PHILOSOPHY

arrange 6.75 hours Diem, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42669 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Diem at either: adiem@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n PHIL 15H Major World Religions - Honors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. See PHIL 15 for topics covered. May not receive credit for both PHIL 15 and PHIL 15H. 40594 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Diem, A 26D-2431 n PHIL 20A History of Western Philosophy 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: >Eligibility for ENGL 1A Major western philosophers and philosophical ideas from pre-Socratic to medieval times. 42540 arrange 6.75 hours Ramal, R ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42540 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Ramal at either: rramal@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n PHIL 20B History of Western Philosophy 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Examines the major western philosophy and philosophical ideas from the Renaissance to the present. 40595 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Wolde-Yohannes, S 26A-1690 42541 arrange 6.75 hours Ramal, R ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42541 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Ramal at either: rramal@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

42669

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Examines history, doctrines, and practices of the major world religions including those of East Asia, India, and the Middle East. 40589 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Haney, R 26A-2811 40590 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Hall, S 26A-2811 40592 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Hall, S 26A-2811 42538 arrange 6.75 hours Diem, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42538 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Diem at either: adiem@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42539 arrange 3.4 hours Park, J ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42539 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Park at either: jspark@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n PHOT 1 Laboratory Studies: Black and White Photography 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable (May be taken four times for credit) Corequisite: PHOT 10 (may have been taken previously) Black and white photo laboratory course for students desiring additional practice and hands-on experience. 41322 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm STAFF 21-15 41324 Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Hartman, L 21-15 n PHOT 4 Digital Cameras and Composition 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41328 T 3:00pm - 5:05pm Engle, D 21-17 and SSu 8:00am - 4:00pm Engle, D 21-17 1 Weeks, Week beginning 03/06/2012 ending 03/11/2012

n PHOT 20 Color Photography

3.0 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: PHOT 10 Introduction to current methods of producing color media, color negatives, positive transparencies, and outputting color prints. 41608 M 11:30am - 1:35pm Chapman, N 21-17 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Chapman, N 21-17 n PHOT 29 Studio Business Practices for Commercial Artists 3.0 Units

CREDIT: PHOTOGRAPHY / PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Degree Applicable Studio business practices for commercial artists including operations, copyright, promotion, and pricing. 41609 W 8:00am - 11:10am Hartman, L 21-15 n PHOT 30 Commercial and Illustrative Photography 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Prerequisite: PHOT 11, PHOT 20 Experience in studio, illustration, fashion and architectural black-and-white and color photography; promotion and pricing. 41623 T 11:30am - 1:35pm Cook, D 21-15 and Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Cook, D 21-15

n PHOT 10 Basic Digital and Film Photography 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC The basic mechanical, optical, and chemical properties of photography, including digital and traditional darkroom techniques. 41340 M 8:00am - 10:05am Mezquita, J 21-22 and W 8:00am - 11:10am Mezquita, J 21-22 41362 T 8:00am - 10:05am Valenzuela, M 21-17 and Th 8:00am - 11:10am Valenzuela, M 21-17 41344 F 9:00am - 2:10pm Day, D 21-17 41369 M 11:30am - 1:35pm Mezquita, J 21-22 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Mezquita, J 21-22 41366 T 11:30am - 1:35pm Mc Cready, L 21-17 and Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Mc Cready, L 21-17 41370 M 3:00pm - 5:05pm Perez, J 21-22 and W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Perez, J 21-22 41373 M 6:30pm - 8:35pm Loy, J 21-17 and W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Loy, J 21-17 41383 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Edwards, C 21-15 and W 6:30pm - 8:35pm Edwards, C 21-15 41377 T 6:30pm - 8:35pm Smith, R 21-17 and Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Smith, R 21-17 n PHOT 11 Advanced Professional Photography 4.0 Units Prerequisite: PHOT 10 Degree Applicable Current professional techniques and studio lighting. Students must furnish DSLR camera. Field trips may be required. 41487 M 9:00am - 2:40pm Hartman, L 21-15 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Hartman, L 21-15 n PHOT 12 Photographic Alternatives 3.0 Units Prerequisite: PHOT 10 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Alternative black and white and continuous tone images created by montage, Polaroid, hand coloring, and emulsion processes. 41566 M 8:00am - 10:05am Chapman, N 21-17 and W 8:00am - 11:10am Chapman, N 21-17 n PHOT 14 Commercial Lighting 3.0 Units Prerequisite: PHOT 10 Degree Applicable, CSU Studio and location lighting. Students must provide adjustable SLR camera. Field trips may be required. 41571 T 9:00am - 11:05am Hartman, L 21-15 and Th 8:00am - 11:10am Hartman, L 21-15 n PHOT 15 History of Photography 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC History of photography from early 1800s to the present, introducing various concepts of photo representation. 43099 Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Valenzuela, M 20-1 n PHOT 18 Portraiture and Wedding Photography 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Professional studio and field techniques for informal, formal, environmental and group portrait and wedding photography. 41605 T 6:30pm - 8:35pm Engle, D 21-15 and Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Engle, D 21-15

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: ADAPTIVE


n PE-L 2 Physical Fitness for the Physically Limited 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken four times for credit) A modified physical fitness conditioning program incorporating cardiovascular training exercises. 40525 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Ripley, D 27A-107 n PE-L 18 Weight Training for the Physically Limited .5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken four times for credit) Designed to assist students develop strength, endurance and flexibility through weight training. 40526 TTh 11:30am - 12:35pm Ripley, D 27A-107

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: AQUATICS


n PE-A 8A Swimming - Beginning 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41880 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Ruh, L 41875 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Lepp, J 41883 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Ruh, L 41881 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Lepp, J n PE-A 8B Swimming - Intermediate

POOL POOL POOL POOL

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41885 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Ruh, L 41889 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Lepp, J 41888 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Ruh, L 41891 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Lepp, J n PE-A 14 Water Polo

POOL POOL POOL POOL

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Fundamental water polo skills including conditioning, drills, and game situations. 41866 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Ruh, M POOL

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n PE-A 20 Aquatic Fitness

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

n PE-X 42 Track and Field - Women

3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

CREDIT: PHYSICAL EDUCATION

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Student must be able to perform front crawl 50 yards. 42836 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Jackson, C

POOL

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41933 MTWThF 2:15pm - 4:40pm Goff, M STDIUM NOTE: CRN 41933 is enrollment for members of the Womens Track and Field Team. n PE-X 99 Off-Season Athletics 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: ATHLETICS


n PE-X 6 Baseball - Men 3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41912 MTWThF 2:00pm - 4:20pm Parker, S 45B NOTE: CRN 41812 is enrollment for members of the Mens Baseball Team. n PE-X 26 Softball - Women 3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42895 TWTh 7:00am - 9:05am Roberts, R 2-T121 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42895 is for current Pep Squad members. n PE-X 99 Off-Season Athletics 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41918 MTWThF 1:30pm - 3:50pm Ford, K 45SB NOTE: CRN 41918 is enrollement for members of the Womens Softball Team. n PE-X 28 Swimming - Men 3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41925 MTWThF 2:05pm - 4:25pm Ruh, M POOL NOTE: CRN 41925 is enrollment for members of the Mens Swim Team. n PE-X 30 Swimming - Women 3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41926 MTWThF 1:40pm - 4:00pm Jackson, C POOL NOTE: CRN 41926 is enrollment for members of the Womens Swim Team. n PE-X 32 Tennis - Men 3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41928 MTWTh 2:30pm - 5:30pm Salvador, S 27T NOTE: CRN 41928 is enrollment for members of the Mens Tennis Team. n PE-X 34 Tennis - Women 3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42011 MWTh 11:10am - 1:10pm Dennis, M 3-1FL NOTE: CRN 42011 is conditioning for intercollegiate Womens Volleyball. 42007 MTh 1:00pm - 3:00pm Bowen, M 45S and T 6:30pm - 9:00pm Bowen, M 45S NOTE: CRN 42007 is conditioning for intercollegiate Womens Soccer 41944 TWTh 1:15pm - 3:15pm STAFF 3-1FL NOTE: CRN 41944 is conditioning for intercollegiate Mens Basketball. 41998 TW 1:30pm - 3:35pm Sanchez, J 45S and Th 4:00pm - 6:05pm Sanchez, J 45S NOTE: CRN 41998 is conditioning for intercollegiate Mens Soccer. 42073 TTh 1:45pm - 5:00pm Jastrab, R 50P NOTE: CRN is conditioning for intercollegiate Football. 41945 TWTh 3:20pm - 5:20pm Crichlow, B 3-1FL NOTE: CRN 41945 is conditioning for intercollegiate Womens Basketball. 42207 MTWTh 5:25pm - 6:50pm Rivera, D 27C-MAT NOTE: CRN 42207 is conditioning for intercollegiate Mens Wrestling. 42017 MT 6:00pm - 7:30pm Ruh, M POOL and WTh 6:00pm - 7:30pm Rieben, M POOL NOTE: CRN 42017 is conditioning for intercollegiate Mens Water Polo. 42019 MTWTh 6:35pm - 9:05pm Rieben, M POOL NOTE: CRN 42019 is conditioning for intercollegiate Womens Water Polo.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: FITNESS


n PE-F 9 Conditioning for Sports 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41930 MTWTh 2:30pm - 5:30pm Salvador, S 27T NOTE: CRN 41930 is enrollment for the members of the Womens Tennis Team. n PE-X 38 Track and Field - Men 3.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41931 MTWThF 2:15pm - 4:40pm Todd, D STDIUM NOTE: CRN 41931 is enrollment for members of the Mens Track and Field Team.

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42323 TWTh 5:50am - 7:55am Lepp, J POOL 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42323 is conditioning for intercollegiate Womens Swimming and Diving. 42328 MTW 1:00pm - 2:05pm Lepp, J POOL NOTE: CRN 42328 is conditioning for intercillegiate Mens Swimming and Diving. 42835 MW 2:00pm - 4:25pm Jastrab, R 50G-109 NOTE: CRN 42835 is conditioning for intercollegiate Football. 42332 MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm STAFF 50G-102 NOTE: CRN 42332 is conditioning for intercollegiate Mens Track and Field. 42334 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm STAFF 50G-102 NOTE: CRN 42334 is conditioning for intercollegiate Womens Track and Field.

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n PE-F 10 Weight Training

.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

n PE-F 34 Cardiorespiratory Training

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42336 arrange 2.25 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 NOTE: CRN 42336: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday of the first week for completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 6:20 p.m. 42338 arrange 4.5 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/21/2012 NOTE: CRN 42338: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday or Tuesday of the first week for completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m.- 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 6:20 p.m. 42340 arrange 4.5 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 4230: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday or Tuesday of the first week for the completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 6:20 p.m. n PE-F 10 Weight Training 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Individualized exercise programs designed to improve cardiorespiratory performance. 42220 arrange 3.5 hours Goff, M 27A-2 NOTE: CRN 42220: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., TW 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM to E (Enter into class) and schedule your orientation or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m. n PE-F 34 Cardiorespiratory Training 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

CREDIT: PHYSICAL EDUCATION

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42347 arrange 6.75 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42347: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday or Tuesday of the FIRST WEEK of the term for completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 6:20 p.m. 42730 arrange 3.5 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 NOTE: CRN 42730:Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday,Tuesday, or Wednesday of the first week for completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m.-9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m.-6:20 p.m. 42731 arrange 6.75 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/21/2012 NOTE: CRN 42731: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday or Tuesday of the FIRST WEEK of the term for completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. -6:20 p.m. n PE-F 19 Strength Training 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Individualized exercise programs designed to improve cardiorespiratory performance. 42842 arrange 6.75 hours Goff, M 27A-2 NOTE: CRN 42842: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., TW 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM to E (Enter into class) and schedule your orientations or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Sat 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. n PE-F 36 Circuit Training .5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42829 arrange 6.75 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 NOTE: CRN 42829: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday of the FIRST WEEK for completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 6:20 p.m. n PE-F 34 Cardiorespiratory Training .5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Muscular strength and endurance exercise on circuit training equipment. 42251 arrange 2.25 hours Goff, M NOTE: CRN 42251: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., TW 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM to E (Enter into class) and schedule your orientation or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m. 42256 arrange 4.5 hours Goff, M 27A-2 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42256: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., TW 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM (04/23/12) to E(Enter into class) and schedule your orientation or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m. n PE-F 36 Circuit Training 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Individualized exercise programs designed to improve cardiorespiratory performance. 42208 arrange 2.25 hours Goff, M 27A-2 NOTE: CRN 42208: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., TW 6:00 p.m. ? 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM to E (Enter into class) and schedule your orientation or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. ? 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m.

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Muscular strength and endurance exercise on circuit training equipment. 42289 arrange 3.5 hours Goff, M 27A-2 NOTE: CRN 42289: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., TW 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM to E (Enter into class) and schedule your orientation or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m. 42294 arrange 6.75 hours Goff, M 27A-2 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42294: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., TW 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM (04/23/12) to E (Enter into class) and schedule your orientation or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. ? 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m.

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n PE-F 36 Circuit Training

2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: INDIVIDUAL


n PE-I 4A Badminton - Beginning 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

CREDIT: PHYSICAL EDUCATION

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Muscular strength and endurance exercise on circuit training equipment. 42839 arrange 6.75 hours Goff, M 27A-2 NOTE: CRN 42839: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m, TW 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM to E (Enter into class) and schedule your orientations or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Sat 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. n PE-F 38 Aerobics .5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 40621 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am STAFF n PE-I 4B Badminton - Intermediate

3-1FL

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 40618 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am STAFF n PE-I 18A Golf - Beginning

3-1FL

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Group aerobic exercise to improve cardiorespiratory efficiency. 42299 F 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kranz, K 42302 T 7:00pm - 9:05pm Scott, L n PE-F 38 Aerobics

27A-2 27A-3

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Golf fundamentals with an emphasis on technique, strategy, and rules. 40597 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Green, M 45G NOTE: CRN 40597: First Class meeting will be held at Mt. SAC 45G Golf Field. Future classes may be held at El Prado Golf Course. n PE-I 18B Golf - Intermediate 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Group aerobic exercise to improve cardiorespiratory efficiency. 42306 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Rojas, R 42316 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Hackmann, D 42309 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Jones, L 42319 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Hackmann, D 42311 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Jones, L 42320 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Anello, A 42312 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Anello, A

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(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Instruction and practice to individuals who have had previous golf experience. 40599 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Green, M 45G NOTE: CRN 40599: First class meeting will be held at Mt. SAC 45G Golf Field. Future class meetings may be held at El Prado Golf Course. n PE-I 18C Golf - Advanced 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

n PE-F 51 Agility Testing Preparation 1.0 Unit for Administration of Justice and Fire Technology Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Physical agility testing approximating required testing by various law enforcement and fire agencies. 42193 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Ward, E 50G-108 42195 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Ward, E 50G-108 42196 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm STAFF 50G-108 n PE-F 52 Fitness and Conditioning for 1.0 Unit Administration of Justice, Fire Technology, and Forestry Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Conditioning to maintain agility and fitness to perform tasks in the fields of law enforcement, fire science, and forestry. 42198 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Ward, E 50G-108 42199 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Purcell, R 50G-108 n PE-F 53 Physical Training for the Basic Fire Academy 2.5 Units Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken four times for credit) 42422 MTWThF 5:40am - 7:47am Uiagalelei, I 50FF 13 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/26/2012 NOTE: CRN 42422 Enrollment limited to students accepted in the Basic Fire Academy.

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Instruction and practice for the proficient golfer (Sub 15 Handicap). 42811 W 1:20pm - 4:30pm Green, M 45G NOTE: CRN 42811: is for members of the Womens golf team and men and women golfers with Advanced Skills. First class meeting will be held at Mt. SAC 45G Field. Future class meetings may be held at El Prado Golf Course. n PE-I 25 Mixed Martial Arts 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) The sport of submission grappling integrating striking and close-combat martial arts. 41820 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Del Castillo, S 27C-MAT n PE-I 29 Self Defense/Martial Arts 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Basic concepts of self-defense and martial arts. 41825 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Rivas, M

27C-MAT

n PE-I 30A Filipino Martial Arts - Beginning 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Filipino martial art of Eskrima and Arnis. 41822 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Del Castillo, S 27C-MAT

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n PE-I 31A Jiujitsu - Beginning

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

n PE-S 2 Basketball

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Brazilian Jiujitsu: submission grappling, basic positions, strategy, competition. Students provide own uniform. 41770 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Rivera, D 27C-MAT 41813 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Rivera, D 27C-MAT n PE-I 33 Kickboxing 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42086 MW 8:00am - 9:25am STAFF 42077 TTh 9:45am - 11:09am STAFF n PE-S 10 Soccer

CREDIT: PHYSICAL EDUCATION

3-1FL 3-1FL

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Presents the martial sport of kickboxing. 41826 MW 5:25pm - 6:50pm Rivas, M n PE-I 37A Tai Chi Chuan - Beginning

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42091 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Sanchez, J 42093 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Bowen, M n PE-S 10 Soccer (May be taken four times for credit) 40522 T 7:00pm - 9:05pm 40523 W 7:00pm - 9:05pm n PE-S 16 Softball

45S 45S

27A-108

.5 to 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC STAFF STAFF 45S 45S

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Tai chi chuan as a martial art exercise for health and fitness. 41827 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Watanabe, L n PE-I 40A Tennis - Beginning

27A-108

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42349 F 9:00am - 12:00pm Barnes, G n PE-S 24A Volleyball - Beginning

45SB

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41899 F 9:45am - 11:50am Salvador, S n PE-I 40A Tennis - Beginning

27T

.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 40602 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Parker, S n PE-I 40B Tennis - Intermediate

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42137 Th 6:00pm - 8:05pm Dennis, M 42144 Th 8:15pm - 10:20pm Dennis, M n PE-S 24A Volleyball - Beginning

3-1FL 3-1FL

27T

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 41911 F 9:45am - 11:50am Salvador, S n PE-I 40B Tennis - Intermediate

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42148 MW 9:45am - 11:09am Dennis, M n PE-S 24B Volleyball - Intermediate

3-1FL

27T

.5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 40605 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Parker, S n PE-I 50A Yoga

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42139 Th 6:10pm - 8:14pm Dennis, M 42145 Th 8:15pm - 10:20pm Dennis, M n PE-S 24B Volleyball - Intermediate

3-1FL 3-1FL

27T

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Yoga postures, breathing techniques, and relaxation strategies. 41601 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Del Castillo, S 41606 MW 9:45am - 11:10am STAFF 41602 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Del Castillo, S 41615 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Hendrix, J

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42150 MW 9:45am - 11:09am Dennis, M

TBA

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n PE 3 First Aid and CPR 3.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: TEAM SPORT


n PE-S 2 Basketball .5 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Upon successful training and completion, American Red Cross First Aid and CPR Certifications earned. 42826 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Clacken, J 27A-106 n PE 3 First Aid and CPR 3.0 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Upon successful training and completion, American Red Cross First Aid and CPR Certifications earned. 40528 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Todd, J 27A-106 42248 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Clacken, J 27A-106 40530 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Todd, J 27A-106 40527 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jackson, C 27A-106 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42247 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Rojas, R 27A-106

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) 42075 T 6:00pm - 8:05pm STAFF 42083 T 8:10pm - 10:15pm STAFF

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n PE 5 Advanced First Aid/CPR/Emergency Response 3.0 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU First responder training in F.A./CPR. Upon successful completion, A.R.C. certificates for the Professional Rescuer are earned. 40531 F 8:00am - 11:10am Todd, J 27A-106 n PE 13 Sports Officiating 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to rules, regulations and career opportunities of various team and individual sports. 40533 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Aviles, G 45-1462 n PE 15 Administration of Fitness Programs 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Students will explore curriculum topics and practical skills related to administration in fitness and physical education programs. 42759 Th 5:45pm - 10:10pm Merrill, J 27A-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n PE 17 Introduction to Physical Education 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Introduction and orientation to physical education as a profession and academic discipline. 42348 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Rojas, R 45-1462 n PE 19 Introduction to Care/Prevention 3.0 Units of Activity/Sports-Related Injuries Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Instruction in the care, prevention and treatment of injuries. Roles/responsibilities of athletic trainer/health care provider. 40536 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Landas, M 27A-106 n PE 33 Fitness Assessment and Healthy Lifestyles .5 Unit Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) An integrated approach to healthy lifestyles. Includes fitness components, assessment methods and goal-setting principles. 40537 arrange 1.25 hours Kranz, K 27A-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 40537: Students must come to Building 27A-ESWC MTW between the hours of 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK of the term to E (enter into class) for arrangement of hours. n PE 34 Fitness for Living 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Survey and analysis of the components of fitness. Effects of fitness, stress management, nutrition and weight control on health. 40539 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Kamaka, R 27A-109 42246 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Purcell, R 45-1462 40543 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Purcell, R 45-1462 40544 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Sanchez, J 45-1462 40545 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Sanchez, J 45-1462 40547 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Ward, E 27A-109 40541 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Bowen, M 45-1462 40542 W 3:35pm - 6:45pm Bowen, M 45-1462 40548 M 6:15pm - 9:25pm STAFF 29D-1 40549 TTh 6:30pm - 9:40pm STAFF 29D-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Theory of basic physiological concepts as they pertain to exercise training and the prescription of individual fitness programs. 40565 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Jackson, C 27A-109 n PE 38 Physiology of Exercise for Fitness

n PE 40 Techniques of Teaching Cardiovascular Exercise

2.0 Units

Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Overview of the principles and techniques of teaching cardiovascular exercise. 40573 T 5:45pm - 10:00pm Clacken, J 27A-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n PE 41 Techniques of Teaching Weight Training 2.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Overview of the principles and techniques of teaching weight training. 42838 T 5:45pm - 10:10pm STAFF 27A-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n PE 50 Mt. SAC Fire Academy Physical Ability Entrance Exam 1.0 Unit

Degree Applicable Physical ability test for candidates seeking admission into the Mt. SAC Fire Academy. Candidates must be approved by Fire Technology Office. 42180 F 8:00am - 5:00pm Ward, E 27A-109 and S 8:00am - 5:00pm Ward, E 50FF 1 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: CRN 42180: Test Date is May 18-19, 2012. n PE 81 Work Experience for Coaching 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Provides coaches and physical education students with on-the-job experience in approved worksites related to classroom instruction. 40586 arrange 9.5 hours Ford, K NOTE: Student needs to attend one of the following orientations: Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 1:00 p.m., Monday, March 5, 2012 at 11:10 a.m., or Wednesday, March 7, 2012 at 1:00 in Building 45-1462. n PE 85 Fitness Specialist Internship 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) On-the-job skill development in fitness testing, analysis and prescription for fitness specialist students. 42846 arrange 4.75 hours Jackson, C 27A-1 NOTE: CRN 42846: Enrollment is limited to students that have completed Fitness Specialist Certificate coursework. First class meeting will be on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. Building 27A ESWC n PE 92 Work Experience - Athletic Training 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

(May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Provides athletic trainer aides and physical education students with actual on-the-job experience in approved athletic training worksite. 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours required for each unit of credit. 40580 arrange 10 hours Paulin, A 50G-201 42350 arrange 10 hours Ito, B 45-1410

PHYSICAL SCIENCE
n PHSC 3 Energy Science 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Focuses on the physics and chemistry of energy production, and its impacts on society and the environment. Field trips required. 42142 M 11:30am - 2:40pm Wolf, P 11-2304 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Wolf, P 11-2304

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3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Designed for the non-science major. A primarily non-mathematical, conceptual approach to principles of physics and chemistry. 42160 T 8:00am - 11:10am Schnurbusch, K 60-1503 NOTE: CRN 42160 above is linked to PHSC 7L (CRN 42165) 42162 T 12:00pm - 3:10pm Schnurbusch, K 60-1503 NOTE: CRN 42162 above is linked to PHSC 7L (CRN 42171) 42164 TTh 6:30pm - 7:55pm Carter, B 60-1503 NOTE: CRN 42164 above is linked to PHSC 7L (CRN 42172) n PHSC 7L Physical Science Laboratory 1.0 Unit Corequisite: PHSC 7 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Lab topics parallel the course content of PHSC 7. 42165 Th 8:00am - 11:10am Schnurbusch, K 60-1503 NOTE: CRN 42165 above is linked to PHSC 7 (CRN 42160) 42171 Th 12:00pm - 3:10pm Schnurbusch, K 60-1503 NOTE: CRN 42171 above is linked to PHSC 7 (CRN 42162) 42172 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm Carter, B 60-1503 NOTE: CRN 42172 above is linked to PHSC 7 (CRN 42164)

n PHSC 7 Physical Science

n PHYS 4A Engineering Physics 5.0 Units (CAN PHYS08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN PHYS SEQ B Prerequisite: PHYS 2AG Corequisite: MATH 181 (may have been taken previously) Studies linear and rotational motion, forces, momentum, work, energy, oscillations, gravitation, properties of solids, and waves. 42124 MW 8:30am - 10:35am Rickard, M 60-1628 and F 8:30am - 11:40am Rickard, M 60-1628 42127 MW 1:00pm - 3:05pm Anderson, D 60-1628 and MW 3:30pm - 4:55pm Anderson, D 60-1628 42130 TTh 6:30pm - 8:35pm Heyrat, M 60-1628 and TTh 8:45pm - 10:10pm Heyrat, M 60-1628 n PHYS 4B Engineering Physics 5.0 Units (CAN PHYS12) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN PHYS SEQ B Prerequisite: PHYS 4A Corequisite: MATH 280 (may have been taken previously) Calculus-based course covering thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism. Includes laboratory. 42135 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Tatoian, V 60-1506 and TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Tatoian, V 60-1506 42133 MW 1:00pm - 3:05pm Schnurbusch, K 60-1506 and MW 3:30pm - 4:55pm Schnurbusch, K 60-1506 n PHYS 4C Engineering Physics 5.0 Units (CAN PHYS14) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN PHYS SEQ B Prerequisite: PHYS 4B Calculus-based course covering fluids, sound, electromagnetic waves, relativity, and modern physics. 42136 TTh 1:00pm - 3:05pm Mason, M 60-1628 and TTh 3:30pm - 4:55pm Mason, M 60-1628

CREDIT: PHYSICAL SCIENCE / PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PREPARTORY / PHYSICS / POLITICAL SCIENCE

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PREPARTORY


n PAP 101 Fundamentals for Physician Assistant Preparatory Program 8.0 Units

Not Degree Applicable Overview of physician assistant career. Preparation for PA program application and interview process. 41979 M 5:00pm - 7:00pm Braver, L 28B-03 and WTh 2:00pm - 5:05pm Braver, L 28B-03 NOTE: PAP 101, CRN 41979 must be taken concurrently with SL3, CRN 41984.

PHYSICS
n PHYS 1 Physics 4.0 Units Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 71 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Discovery of basic concepts of physics by working through guided activities in geometrical optics, electricity, and mechanics. 41453 M 8:00am - 11:10am Utter, R 11-2304 and W 8:00am - 11:10am Utter, R 11-2304 41455 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm STAFF 11-2304 and W 6:30pm - 9:40pm STAFF 11-2304 n PHYS 2AG General Physics 4.0 Units (CAN PHYS02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN PHYS SEQ A Prerequisite: MATH 150 Basic principles of physics. Mechanics, heat, fluids, and wave motion. Includes laboratory. 41457 M 8:00am - 11:10am Tatoian, V 60-1620 and W 8:00am - 11:10am Tatoian, V 60-1620 41458 T 8:00am - 11:10am Anderson, D 60-1620 and Th 8:00am - 11:10am Anderson, D 60-1620 41460 M 11:30am - 2:40pm Mason, M 60-1620 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Mason, M 60-1620 41462 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Rickard, M 60-1620 and Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Rickard, M 60-1620 41467 T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Rickard, M 60-1620 and Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Rickard, M 60-1620 41469 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Jensvold, A 60-1620 and W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Jensvold, A 60-1620 n PHYS 2BG General Physics 4.0 Units (CAN PHYS04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN PHYS SEQ A Prerequisite: PHYS 2AG or equivalent Continuation of PHYS 2AG. Includes electricity and magnetism, optics, and modern physics. Includes laboratory. 41471 M 8:00am - 11:10am Wolf, P 60-1506 and W 8:00am - 11:10am Wolf, P 60-1506

POLITICAL SCIENCE
n POLI 1 Political Science 3.0 Units (CAN GOVT02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Principles and problems of government with particular emphasis on the national government of the U.S. 40399 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Sparks-Mackey, M 26D-G210 40401 MW 9:45am - 11:10am DePaola, G 26D-G290 40417 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Stone, J 26D-G421 40400 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Sparks-Mackey, M 26D-G210 40402 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm DePaola, G 26D-G290 40403 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Simon, C 26D-G411 40404 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Sparks-Mackey, M 26D-G210 40407 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Allen, J 26D-G290 40405 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Simon, C 26D-G411 40406 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Sparks-Mackey, M 26D-G210 40408 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Sparks-Mackey, M 26D-G210 40409 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Stone, J 26D-G421 40410 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Stone, J 26D-G421 40411 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Allen, J 26D-G290 40412 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Allen, J 26D-G290 40413 Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm STAFF 26D-G290 40414 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Allen, J 26D-G290 40416 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm STAFF 26D-G290 40415 TTh 6:30pm - 7:55pm STAFF 26D-G210 40418 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lawton, J 26D-G210 40419 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm STAFF 26D-G290
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n POLI 1H Political Science - Honors 3.0 Units (CAN GOVT02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. See POLI 1 for topics covered. May not receive credit for both POLI 1 and POLI 1H. 40421 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Allen, J 26D-G290 n POLI 2 Political Science 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

PSYCHOLOGY
n PSYC 1A Introduction to Psychology 3.0 Units (CAN PSY02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Scientific study of the basic principles underlying behavior and cognition. 40738 MW 6:20am - 7:45am Laub, K 26A-2670 40741 M 8:00am - 11:10am Laub, K 26A-2670 40742 T 8:00am - 11:10am Couch, A 26A-2871 40743 Th 8:00am - 11:10am Reagan, E 26A-2871 40744 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Ano, G 26A-2891 40745 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Pivonka-Jones, J 26A-2871 40746 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Bacigalupi, S 26A-2891 40748 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Joneja, K 26A-2670 40752 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Couch, A 26A-2871 40753 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Joneja, K 26A-2670 40754 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Bacigalupi, S 26A-2891 40756 Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Pellitteri, J 26A-2871 40750 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Ano, G 26A-2871 40758 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Fell, D 26A-2670 1:15pm - 4:25pm Knapp, J 26A-2891 40757 M 40760 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Gentry, L 26A-2871 40762 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Knapp, J 26A-2891 40763 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Oja, M 26A-2891 40765 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Gentry, L 26A-2871 42542 arrange 3.4 hours Ano, G ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42542 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Ano at either: gano@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42543 arrange 3.4 hours Dowdle, M ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42543 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Dowdle at either: mdowdle@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42544 arrange 3.4 hours Kolchakian, M ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42544 is a Distance Learning Online Class. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Kolchakian at either: mkolchakian@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

Prerequisite: POLI 1 or POLI 1H Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Comparative study of constitutions, governmental institutions, political processes and ideologies in selected countries. 40422 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Simon, C 26D-G411 n POLI 7 Political Theory II - Early Modern 3.0 Units to Contemporary Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: POLI 5 Advisories: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Major political philosophers and theories from the late nineteenth century to the present. 40424 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Stone, J 26D-G421 n POLI 9 Introduction to International Relations 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Acquaints students with the historical and political background of world politics and international relations and organization. 40425 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Simon, C 26D-G411 40426 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Simon, C 26D-G411 n POLI 10 Environmental Politics 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: POLI 1 or POLI 1H Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Global environmental problems and analysis of political theories and comparative environmental policies. 40427 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Stone, J 26D-G421 n POLI 25 Politics of the Mexican American 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Our nations politics and the Chicano communitys reaction to effects of national, state and local governments on its population. 40429 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Santillan, R 26D-G210 40431 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Santillan, R 26D-G210 40428 MW 7:00pm - 8:25pm Pacheco, H 26D-G290 40432 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ponce, A 26D-G411 n POLI 35 African American Politics 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Examines the methods and strategies employed by African Americans to gain equal access and participation in American institutions. 40434 TTh 7:00pm - 8:25pm Jollevet, F 26D-G421

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42545 arrange 3.4 hours Kolchakian, M ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42545 is a Distance Learning Online Class. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Kolchakian at either: mkolchakian@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42546 arrange 3.4 hours Louie, C ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42546 is a Distance Learning Online Class. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Louie at either: clouie@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42547 arrange 3.4 hours Louie, C ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42547 is a Distance Learning Online Class. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Louie at either: clouie@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n PSYC 1AH Introduction to Psychology - Honors 3.0 Units (CAN PSY02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course providing an enriched experience. May not receive credit for both PSYC 1A and PSYC 1AH. 40766 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Kolchakian, M 26A-2620 40767 T 1:15pm - 4:25pm Louie, C 26A-2620

n PSYC 1B Biological Psychology 3.0 Units (CAN PSY10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: PSYC 1A or PSYC 1AH Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Biological mechanisms of behavior. Introduction of evolution and genetics with emphasis on neuronal and synaptic transmission. 40768 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Pellitteri, J 26A-2821 40771 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Knapp, J 26A-2620 40772 MW 7:00pm - 8:25pm Knapp, J 26A-2620 n PSYC 3 Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology 4.0 Units (CAN PSY08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: PSYC 1A or PSYC 1AH and PSYC 10 or MATH 110 or MATH 110H Advisory: ENGL 1A Provides instruction and laboratory experience on research methods used in psychology and other behavioral sciences. 40970 MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Kolchakian, M 26D-3210 40972 MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Bacigalupi, S 26D-3210 n PSYC 5 Psychology of Reasoning and Problem Solving 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU The nature of critical thinking, self-regulation in the thinking process; application of critical thinking to specific areas. 40981 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Couch, A 26A-2831 40983 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Fell, D 26A-2670 40984 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Bower, J 26A-2821 n PSYC 10 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences 4.0 Units (CAN PSY06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: PSYC 1A or SOC 1 and eligibility for MATH 110 Statistical principles of the behaviorial sciences. 40953 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Dowdle, M 26D-3210 40954 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Dowdle, M 26D-3210 n PSYC 14 Developmental Psychology 3.0 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC The psychological principles across the lifespan. This course does not fulfill Title 22 requirements for Child Development majors. 40956 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Pivonka-Jones, J 26A-2620 40955 M 11:30am - 2:40pm Laub, K 26A-2821 n PSYC 15 Introduction to Child Psychology 3.0 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU Childrens psychological development, disorders and therapies. Does not fulfill Title 22 requirement for child development majors. 40958 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Bacigalupi, S 26A-2821

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CREDIT: PSYCHOLOGY / RADIO - TELEVISION

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: PSYC 1A or PSYC 1AH or SOC 1 or SOC 1H History, philosophy, and development of human services; additional focus on client needs and helping/intervention processes. 40957 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Preciado, R 26A-2831 n PSYC 19 Abnormal Psychology 3.0 Units Prerequisite: PSYC 1A or PSYC 1AH Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Application of the principles of general psychology to the field of psychopathology. 40960 Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Reagan, E 26A-2821 40961 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Knapp, J 26A-2831 n PSYC 25 The Psychology of Women 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: PSYC 1A and ENGL 1A (taken prior or concurrently) Analysis of women with emphasis on psychological, sociological, and biological factors affecting gender/personal development. 40962 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Preciado, R 26A-2831 40963 Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Louie, C 26A-2620 n PSYC 26 Psychology of Sexuality 3.0 Units Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Explores the factors involved in establishing and maintaining intimate sexual relationships. 40964 W 11:30am - 2:40pm Martin, G 26A-2821 40965 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Ano, G 26A-2871 40967 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Green, B 26A-2891 40968 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Martin, G 26A-2821 40966 MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Ano, G 26A-2871 40969 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Green, B 26A-2891 n PSYC 33 Psychology for Effective Living 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Emphasizes the comprehension and application of psychological principles to daily life. 40976 Th 8:00am - 11:10am Kolchakian, M 26A-2620 40978 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Joneja, K 26A-2891

n R-TV 18 Writing for Television and Film 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU Characterization, visualization, structure and form in various types of writing for television and motion picture production. 41179 W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Geagley, B 1B/C-12 n R-TV 19B Advanced Video Production 3.0 Units Prerequisite: R-TV 18 and R-TV 19A Degree Applicable, CSU Video production techniques emphasizing film-style aesthetics and production. 41181 TTh 9:45am - 12:15pm Thomas, J 6-173A n R-TV 23 Reality Show Production 3.0 Units Prerequisite: R-TV 19A Degree Applicable Conception and production of Reality Show television programs using specialized equipment and techniques. 41182 MW 9:45am - 12:15pm Smith, D 6-173A n R-TV 31 History of Radio DJs 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Traces the history of music radio through study of the most influential disc jockeys in broadcasting history. 41184 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Trujillo, T 6-182

n R-TV 33 Radio Show Producer Techniques and Procedures 3.0 Units Corequisite: R-TV 01 (May have been taken previously.) Degree Applicable Covers behind-the-scenes aspects of producing radio shows, including generating ideas, booking guests and preparing interviews. 41185 Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Shiff, J 6-182 n R-TV 96 Campus Radio Station Lab 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable Prerequisite: R-TV 01 Advisory: R-TV 02 and R-TV 11A Participation in the College radio stations. Activities include on-air performance and behind-the-scenes roles. 41188 M 9:45am - 11:10am Trujillo, T 6-182 and arrange 4.7 hours Trujillo, T 6-182 n R-TV 97A Radio/Entertainment Industry Seminar 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable Prerequisite: R-TV 01 and any other three R-TV units Corequisite: R-TV 97B Students share and critique experiences from their internships with an emphasis on professionalism and problem-solving techniques. 41190 W 9:30am - 10:35am Trujillo, T 6-182 n R-TV 97B Radio/Entertainment Industry Internship 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable Prerequisite: R-TV 01 and any other three R-TV units Corequisite: R-TV 97A Work experience in the broadcasting field. A minimum of 75 paid clock hours or 60 non-paid hours is required. 41191 arrange 4.7 hours Trujillo, T 6-168 n R-TV 100 Work Experience in Film and Television 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite:Completion of 12 units of R-TV courses from among the following: R-TV 1, 14, 18, 19A, 19B, 20, 21, 22, 23, taken at Mt. San Antonio College. Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the college catalog. Provides students with credit for on-the-job experience in the film and television industry. 41286 arrange 4.7 hours Smith, D 6-176

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n R-TV 01 Introduction to Broadcasting 3.0 Units Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Degree Applicable, CSU Survey course of the film and electronic media industries. This includes cultural, historical, social, legal and economic issues. 41171 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Trujillo, T 6-182 41173 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Trujillo, T 6-182 41174 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm STAFF 6-182 n R-TV 04 Broadcast News Field Reporting 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Corequisite: R-TV 01, R-TV 05, and R-TV 11A (May have been taken previously.) Techniques used to research and cover news events including working with emergency personnel, interviewing, and story development. 41176 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Trujillo, T 1B/C-12 n R-TV 11A Beginning Radio Production 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Corequisite: R-TV 01 (may have been taken previously) Operation of radio production equipment, tape-based and digital, for voice, music and sound effects, using ProTools technology. Materials Fee: $4.00 41177 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hulett, P 1B/C-12 n R-TV 14 Media Aesthetics 3.0 Units Prerequisite: ENGL 67 Degree Applicable, CSU Media aesthetics for television and film. Intended for those pursuing a career in film, TV, and related media. 42781 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Smith, D 6-173A 41178 M 3:00pm - 6:10pm Thomas, J 6-173A 136

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n R-TV 100 Work Experience in Film and Television 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite:Completion of 12 units of R-TV courses from among the following: R-TV 1, 14, 18, 19A, 19B, 20, 21, 22, 23, taken at Mt. San Antonio College. Compliance with work experience regulations as designated in the college catalog. Provides students with credit for on-the-job experience in the film and television industry. 41289 arrange 9.4 hours Smith, D 6-176 I READ 100 Preparing for CollegeFilm and Television 3 Units 3.0 Units n R-TV 90 Work Experience in Reading Degree Appropriate (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable (May be taken two times for credit.) grade or Pass/NoPass) (May be taken for option of Letter (May be taken for option of letter grade or Credit/No Credit.)among the folPrerequisite:Completion of 12 units of R-TV courses from lowing: R-TV 1, 14, 18, 19A, 19B, 20, score 23, taken placement test Prerequisite: READ 80 or satisfactory 21, 22,on reading at Mt. San Antonio College. students for college textbook reading. Emphasizes vocabulary in the Prepares Compliance with work experience regulations as designated and college catalog. college level text analysis and comprehension. Provides students 6:50 am - for on-the-job experience in the film and with credit 7:50 am 123878 MWF Roberts, J 6-131 television industry. 123879 MW 8:00 am - 9:25 am Silva, L 6-131 arrange 14 am 6-176 41291 123882 TTh 8:00 am - 9:25hours Smith, D M Sampat, 6-131 NOTE: The section above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. This RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY class is linked to English 67 (121014), English 68 (126051), and Counseling 2 (125432). For information, please call (909) 594-5611, ext. n RAD 31 Fluoroscopy 2.0 Units 5392. Prerequisite: RAD 55B am - 11:10 am 123917 F 8:00 Roberts, J Degree Applicable 6-137 Corequisite: 123885 MW RAD 64 and RAD 56 am 9:45 am - 11:10 Silva, L 6-131 Components and above is designed for students systems, including reguNOTE: The section characteristics of fluoroscopicin the Bridge Program. This latory requirementsEnglish 67 (121016), English 68 (126052), and class is linked to for operation. 41802 F 10:00am - 12:05pm Engisch, (909) 594-5611, ext. 67A-123 Counseling 2 (125431). For information, please callP 5392. 5.0 Units n RAD 53 Techniques of Radiologic Technology 123887 TTh 9:45 am - 11:10 am Cevallos-Castaneda, S 6-132 Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) 123888 MW 11:30 am - 12:55 pm Cevallos-Castaneda, S 6-131 Prerequisite: RAD 52B NOTE: The section above is designed for students enrolled in any biology Corequisite: RAD 62A section. Practical application of radiographic principles in an affiliated hospital. 123889 TTh contrast studies, thorax, spinal Silva, L and skull. 11:30 am - 12:55 pm 6-132 Emphasis on column, 123890 MW 1:15 pm - 2:40 pm Burman, E 6-131 41803 arrange 16.44 hours Engisch, P HOSP NOTE: The section above is designed for students enrolled in any history NOTE: CRN 41803 Class meets Tuesday and Thursday 8-12 noon and section. Friday 8-4:30 PM. 123892 TTh 1:15 pm - 2:40 pm Staff 6-136 123893 MW Techniques of Radiologic Technology E 2:50 pm - 4:15 pm Burman, 7.0 6-131 Units n RAD 56 123894 MW for 2:50 pm - 4:15 pm Wheeler, D 6-137 Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken Pass/No Pass Only) 123895 TTh RAD 64 pm - 4:15 pm 2:50 Staff 6-134 Corequisite: 123897 MW 6-131 Practical hospital 5:25 pm - under pm experience 6:50 guidanceStaff of clinical and college per123900with emphasis on basic6:50 pm procedures. L 5:25 pm - vascular Abuzalaf, 6-132 sonnel TTh 123901 M 7:00 pm -23.75 hours Mc Laughlin, D Sampat, M 6-132 41804 arrange 10:10 pm HOSP 123902 T 7:00 pm - 10:10 pm Lowe, J 6-131 NOTE: CRN 41804 Class meets Monday and Wednesday 8-4:30 PM and 123903 W 7:00 pm - 10:10 pm Sampat, M 6-132 Tuesday and Thursday 1-5 PM. 123916 Th 7:00 pm - 10:10 pm Burman, E 6-131 124126 S 8:00 of - 11:10 am Staff 4.0 6-132 Units n RAD 62A Theoryam Radiologic Technology 123919 F Imrich-Snow, S 6-131 Prerequisite: ANAT6:00 pm - 61A pm 10A, RAD 9:10 Degree Applicable, CSU Corequisite: Analysis 62B and RAD 62C I READ 100 RAD 53, RADand Critical Reading 3 Units Areas of X-ray production and interactions with matter, X-ray emissions, Degree Appropriate, CSU beam restricting devices, grids, and film processing. Prerequisite: READ 90 or satisfactory score on reading placement test 41805 TTh 1:00pm - 3:05pm Engisch, P 67A-123 Cross-disciplinary framework emphasizing critical interpretation and analysis of academic and Radiographic Positioning business readings. 3.0 Units n RAD 62B 124081 TTh RAD11:30 am - 12:55 pm Burman, E 6-131 Prerequisite: 32 and RAD 52B Degree Applicable, CSU 124077 MW RAD 62A and RAD2:40 pm RAD Bower, P 1:15 pm - 62C and 6-132 Corequisite: 53 124083 TTh positioningpm the abdomen and internal organs, thorax, spinal 2:50 of - 4:15 pm Burman, E 6-136 Methods of column, and skull. Anatomy, terminology, and pediatrics. RESPIRATORY Neel, M 41806 MW 10:30am - 11:55am THERAPY 67A-123

n RAD 64 Theory of Radiologic Technology

4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite: RAD 63 Corequisite: RAD 31 and RAD 56 An analytical review of the radiologic technology core courses; preparation for terminal licensing examinations. 41811 TTh 9:55am - 12:00pm Mc Laughlin, D 67A-123

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READING
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Reading Placement Test


If English is NOT your primary language If English IS your primary language

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AMLA 32R

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AMLA 33R completion = competency

READ 90 completion = competency

READ 100 eligibility = competency

1.5 Units n RAD 51B Respiratory Therapy Science I RESD 62C Radiologic Technology Seminar 4 Degree Appropriate, CSU Corequisite: RAD 62A and RAD 62B Degree Applicable, Technical performance of RESD 51A Prerequisite: RESD 50 and radiographic examinations of the vertebral column, bony thorax, abdomen, and Corequisite: RESD 53 and RESD 60 general skull. 41807 M 8:25am - 10:29am Neel, M 67A-117 41809 T W 8:25am 12:10 pm - 10:29am Neel, M 67A-117 124152 9:00 am Wiesner, M 67A-138 41808 M 12:00pm - 2:05pm Neel, M 67A-117 and W 9:00 am - 12:10 pm Wiesner, M 67A-138 41810 W 12:00pm - 2:05pm Neel, M 67A-117 124153 T 9:00 am - 12:10 pm Wiesner, M 67A-138 and Th 9:00 am - 12:10 pm Wiesner, M 67A-138 I RESD 53 Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology 3 Units Degree Appropriate, CSU

n READ 70 Improving Reading Comprehension 3.0 Units I RESD 56D Techniques of Respiratory Therapy 6 Units Not Degree Applicable Degree Appropriate, CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) (May be taken for Credit/No Credit only.) Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on appropriate placement test Prerequisite: RESD 56C IntroductionRESD 59, RESD 61 Corequisite: to reading comprehension, vocabulary strategies and selfawareness of reading capabilities using narrative text. Clinical practice including adult and neonatal intensive care requiring 41365 TTh of all learned clinical skills. Rowley, D 3:00pm - 4:25pm 6-132 demonstration Materials 80 Developing Reading Comprehension Fee: $ 2.00 n READ 3.0 Units Not J 124155 arrange 9.38 hours Hutchinson, Degree Applicable HOSP and arrange 5.63 hours Krider, T HOSP (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) and arrange 5.00 hours Wiesner, placement test HOSP Prerequisite: READ 70 or satisfactory score on reading M 124156 arrange 10.00 hours Coreas, K HOSP Further development of reading comprehension and vocabulary strategies. and arrange 3.75 hours Coreas, K HOSP Develops self-awareness of reading capabilities. and arrange 1.87 hours Hutchinson, J HOSP 41378 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Hamby, B 6-131 and arrange 3.13 hours Krider, T HOSP 41379 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Cevallos-Castaneda, S 6-131 and arrange 1.25 hours Wiesner, M HOSP 41381 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Cevallos-Castaneda, S 6-131 41382 TTh Respiratory Therapeutic Modalities E 9:45am - 11:10am Burman, 6-131 I RESD 59 3 Units 41384 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Gonzales, B 6-131 Degree Appropriate, CSU 41385 TTh RESD 56C-1, RESD12:55pm Cevallos-Castaneda, S 11:30am - 61 6-131 Corequisite: 41386 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Gonzales, B 6-131 124157 M 9:00 am - 12:10 pm Silva, L K Coreas, 67A-138 41389 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm 6-131 41390 W Comprehensive Pulmonary Sampat, M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Assessment I RESD 60 26-132 Units Degree Appropriate, CSU Corequisite: RESD 51B, RESD 53 124158 T 1:00 pm - 3:10 pm Krider, T 67A-138 I RESD 61 Current Issues in Respiratory Care Corequisite: RESD 56C-1, RESD 59 124159 M 1:00 pm - 4:10 pm 3 Units

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3.0 Units Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: READ 80 or satisfactory score on reading placement test Prepares students for college textbook reading. Emphasizes vocabulary and college level text analysis and comprehension. 41465 MWF 6:45am - 7:50am Roberts, J 6-131 41470 MW 8:00am - 9:25am STAFF 6-132 41472 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Gonzales, B 6-132 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 42903 (LIBR 1A). 41473 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Hamby, B 6-136 41536 F 8:00am - 11:10am Provenzano, M 6-131 41474 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Silva, L 6-132 NOTE: CRN 41474 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 41072), English 68 (CRN 41680), and Coun 2 (CRN 42441). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41476 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Gonzales, B 6-132 41478 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Silva, L 6-132 41480 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Burman, E 6-132 41482 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Burman, E 6-131 NOTE: CRN 41482 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 41064), English 68 (CRN 41667), and Coun 2 (CRN 42439). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41484 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Andersen, A 6-131 41490 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Silva, L 6-132 41493 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Silva, L 6-131 41495 MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Silva, L 6-132 41505 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm Roberts, J 6-132 41508 MW 6:30pm - 7:55pm Abuzalaf, L 6-131 41513 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Sampat, M 6-132 41530 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Sampat, M 6-131 41526 TTh 6:30pm - 7:55pm Lowe, J 6-136 41533 Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Sampat, M 6-131 41537 S 8:00am - 11:10am Gomez-Lecaro, M 6-131 n READ 100 Analysis and Critical Reading 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: READ 90 or satisfactory score on reading placement test Cross-disciplinary framework emphasizing critical interpretation and analysis of a variety of texts. 41552 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Bower, P 6-132 41554 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Burman, E 6-136 41559 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Provenzano, M 6-136

n RESD 59 Respiratory Therapeutic Modalities 3.0 Units Corequisite: RESD 56C Degree Applicable, CSU 43097 M 1:00pm - 4:10pm Coreas, K 67A-138 n RESD 60 Comprehensive Pulmonary Assessment 2.0 Units Corequisite: RESD 51B and RESD 53 Degree Applicable, CSU 41878 T 1:00pm - 3:10pm Coreas, K 67A-138 n RESD 61 Current Issues in Respiratory Care 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU 67A-138

Corequisite: RESD 56D and RESD 59 41879 M 8:30am - 11:40am Hutchinson, J

SERVICE LEARNING
n SL 2 Linked Service Learning 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Linked with specific courses across the curriculum. Career exploration and service opportunities related to linked course. 42673 arrange 3.4 hours Rillorta, L OCAM NOTE: CRN 42673 is linked to SOC 1H (CRN 40479). 42674 arrange 3.4 hours Rillorta, L OCAM NOTE: CRN 42674 is linked to SOC 14 (CRN 40507). n SL 3 Service Learning/Seminar in Community Involvement 3.0 Units

Degree Applicable, CSU Examines and profiles community needs through service learning. Explores various career options through community service. 41984 arrange 7.88 hours Braver, L 28B-03 NOTE: SL 3, CRN 41984 must be taken concurrently with PAP 101, CRN 41979.

SIGN LANGUAGE, INTERPRETING


4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Fundamentals of American Sign Language including intensive work on comprehension skills and modeling grammatical structures. 41653 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Stuard, B 66-201 41650 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Stuard, B 66-201 41655 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Stuard, B 66-201 41651 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Stuard, B 66-201 41656 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Dorough, G 66-201 41673 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Cienik, M 26A-1891 41661 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Larson, S 26A-1891 41675 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Sladek, D 26D-3471 n SIGN 102 American Sign Language 2 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: SIGN 80 or SIGN 101 or equivalent fluency Further study of fundamentals of American Sign Language as well as exposure to Deaf culture. 41677 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Arnold, R 80-1421 41679 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Dorough, G 66-205 41681 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Casale, K 66-201 n SIGN 103 American Sign Language 3 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: SIGN 81 or SIGN 102 or equivalent fluency Further study of American Sign Language and continued emphasis on expressive skills in narrative and Deaf culture. 41684 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Arnold, R 66-201 41685 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Cienik, M 26A-1891 n SIGN 101 American Sign Language 1

RESPIRATORY THERAPY
n RESD 51B Respiratory Therapy Science 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

Prerequisite: RESD 50 and RESD 51A Corequisite: RESD 53 and RESD 60 41871 T 8:30am - 11:40am Wiesner, M and W 9:00am - 12:10pm Wiesner, M 41872 T 8:30am - 11:40am Wiesner, M and Th 9:00am - 12:10pm Wiesner, M

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n RESD 53 Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology 3.0 Units Corequisite: RESD 51B Degree Applicable, CSU 41873 Th 1:00pm - 4:10pm Hutchinson, J 67A-138 n RESD 56D Techniques of Respiratory Therapy 6.0 Units (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: RESD 56C Corequisite: RESD 59 and RESD 61 Clinical practice including adult and neonatal intensive care requiring demonstration of all learned clinical skills. 41874 arrange 20.31 hours Coreas, K HOSP 41877 arrange 20.31 hours Coreas, K HOSP 138

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4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: SIGN 82A or SIGN 103 or equivalent fluency Emphasis on expressive/conversational skills in ASL along with continued focus on grammatical and cultural features. 41686 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Dorough, G 66-205 41687 TTh 6:30pm - 8:35pm Arnold, R 66-205 n SIGN 105 American Sign Language 5 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

SOCIOLOGY
n SOC 1 Sociology 3.0 Units (CAN SOC02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Study of human relations and social structure emphasizing the interaction between the individual, culture and society. 40450 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Morales Beasley, S 26D-2431 40451 MW 8:00am - 9:25am VanderVis, M 26A-2690 40452 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Medina, D 26D-2491 40453 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Guerrero, L 26D-2431 40454 F 8:00am - 11:10am Karmiryan, R 26D-2491 40455 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Bain, B 26A-2690 40456 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Irvine, C 26A-3630 40457 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Medina, D 26D-2491 40458 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Guerrero, L 26D-2431 40459 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Bain, B 26A-2690 40460 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Gallarde, M 26A-3630 40464 T 11:30am - 2:40pm Ito, L 26A-2690 40461 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Medina, D 26D-2491 40462 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Lukenbill, C 26A-3630 40468 F 11:30am - 2:40pm Karmiryan, R 26D-2491 40469 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Gallarde, M 26A-3630 40470 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Lukenbill, C 26D-2491 40471 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Lukenbill, C 26D-2491 40472 W 3:30pm - 6:40pm Lawson, K 26D-2431 40473 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Stewart-Thomas, M 26A-2690 40474 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Stewart-Thomas, M 26A-2690 40475 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Stewart-Thomas, M 26A-2690 40476 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Montero, S 26A-3630 42550 arrange 3.4 hours Medina, D ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42550 is a Distance Learning Online class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Medina at either: dmedina@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42551 arrange 6.75 hours Medina, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42551 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Medina at either: dmedina@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42552 arrange 6.75 hours Medina, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42552 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Medina at either: dmedina@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

CREDIT: SIGN LANGUAGE, INTERPRETING / SOCIOLOGY

Prerequisite: SIGN 82B or SIGN 104 Advanced American Sign Language communication skills; emphasis on descriptive narratives and strengthening conversational skills. 41688 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Dorough, G 66-205 n SIGN 108 Fingerspelling 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: SIGN 81 or SIGN 102 Skill development in receptive and expressive fingerspelling. 41689 F 9:00am - 11:05am Arnold, R 41690 W 6:30pm - 8:35pm Huber, P n SIGN 201 Deaf Perspectives

66-201 66-205

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Comprehensive study of Deaf people throughout their lives, including points of view from people in the Deaf community. 41716 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Lubman, M 66-205 n SIGN 202 American Deaf Culture 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC American Deaf cultural norms, values, mores, and institutions. 41717 TTh 12:00pm - 1:25pm Arnold, R 66-205 n SIGN 210 American Sign Language Structure 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: SIGN 103 Linguistic structure of American Sign Language including phonology, morphology, and syntax, including sociolinguistic issues. 41718 MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Jenkins, T 26D-2421 n SIGN 220 Translation: American Sign Language/English 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Prerequisite: SIGN 104 Corequisite: SIGN 210 (May have been taken previously.) American Sign Language and English translation. 41720 TTh 4:45pm - 6:10pm Arnold, R 66-205 n SIGN 232 Advanced Interpreting 4.0 Units Degree Applicable

Prerequisite: SIGN 231 Intensive skill development in simultaneous interpreting from English to American Sign Language (ASL) and ASL to English. 41722 M 5:45pm - 8:55pm Stuard, B 66-201 and W 5:45pm - 8:55pm Stuard, B 66-201 n SIGN 240 Vocabulary Building for Interpreters 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: SIGN 104 Vocabulary expansion in both ASL and English with the goal of improving interpretations between these two languages. 41723 M 7:00pm - 9:05pm Jenkins, T 26D-2421 n SIGN 260 Video Interpreting 1.5 Units Degree Applicable

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Sign 231 Video interpreting and skill development as a video interpreter. 41724 Th 6:00pm - 8:30pm Rodrigues, J 26A-2610

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42553 arrange 3.4 hours Morales Beasley, S ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42553 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Morales Beasley at either: smorales2@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40477 S 8:00am - 2:30pm Montero, S 26A-3630 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 3.0 Units n SOC 1H Sociology - Honors (CAN SOC02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. May not receive credit for both SOC 1 and SOC 1H. 40479 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Rillorta, L 26D-2230 NOTE: CRN 40479 is linked to SL 2 (CRN 42673). 3.0 Units n SOC 2 Sociology (CAN SOC04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Applies basic sociological theories to the study and understanding of controversial public issues in contemporary society. 40480 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Hatch, R 26A-1690 40481 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Gallarde, M 26A-3630 40482 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Forest, R 26A-2811 n SOC 2H Sociology - Honors 3.0 Units (CAN SOC04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course designed to study and understand social problems. May not receive credit for both SOC 2 and SOC 2H. 40485 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Hatch, R 26D-2431 n SOC 4 Introduction to Gerontology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Examines how age and aging impacts the individual and society. Analyzes social factors affecting successful aging. 40487 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Hatch, R 26A-1690 n SOC 5 Introduction to Criminology 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC A scientific analysis of violations of societal rules of behavior that are formally defined as crime and delinquency. 40491 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Phillips, K 26D-2230 40492 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Williams, R 26A-2690 40493 F 8:00am - 11:10am Bark, A 26A-1690 40494 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Phillips, K 28B-203 40495 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Williams, R 26A-2690 40496 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Phillips, K 28B-203 40497 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Valentino, S 26D-G421 40498 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Valentino, S 26D-G431 40499 T 3:30pm - 6:40pm STAFF 26A-2690 42554 M 02/27 5:30pm - 6:35pm Gallarde, M 26A-3630 and arrange 3.4 hours Gallarde, M ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42554 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. Other Course Requirements: Final exam on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Gallarde at either: mgallarde@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

42555 M 02/27 6:45pm - 7:50pm Gallarde, M 26A-3630 and arrange 3.4 hours Gallarde, M ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42555 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. Other Course Requirements: Final exam on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Gallarde at either: mgallarde@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40500 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Bark, A 26A-1690 42556 M 02/27 8:00pm - 9:05pm Gallarde, M 26A-3630 and arrange 3.4 hours Gallarde, M ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42556 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. Other Course Requirements: Final exam on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Gallarde at either: mgallarde@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 3.0 Units n SOC 5H Introduction to Criminology - Honors Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program Degree Applicable, CSU, UC A scientific analysis of violations of societal rules of behavior that are defined as crime and delinquency. An honors course. 40501 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Hatch, R 26D-2431 n SOC 7 Sociology of Religion 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC An analysis of religion as a social institution. Attention will focus on the influence that religion has on American society. 40502 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lane, D 26D-2431 42670 arrange 3.4 hours Morales Beasley, S ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42670 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Morales Beasley at either: smorales2@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www.mtsac. edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n SOC 14 Marriage and the Family 3.0 Units (CAN FCS12) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Sociological functions of dating, engagement, weddings, marriage, and the family. 40504 MW 8:00am - 9:25am STAFF 26A-3630 40505 MW 9:45am - 11:10am VanderVis, M 26D-2491 40507 T 9:45am - 12:55pm Rillorta, L 26D-2230 NOTE: CRN 40507 is linked to SL 2 (CRN 42674). 42671 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Roberts, F 61-2320 40506 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm VanderVis, M 61-2316 42672 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Roberts, F 26A-2670 40509 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Stewart-Thomas, M 26A-2690 40510 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Stewart-Thomas, M 26A-2690

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42557 arrange 3.4 hours Howey, D ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42557 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac.edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Howey at either: dhowey@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42558 arrange 6.75 hours Irvine, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42558 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Irvine at either: cirvine@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n SOC 14H Marriage and the Family - Honors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

n SOC 20 Sociology of Ethnic Relations

3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Examination of ethnic and racial groups in the U.S. and social factors leading to prejudice, discrimination, and stereotypes. 40517 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am STAFF 26A-3630 40519 F 11:30am - 2:40pm Bark, A 26A-1690 42561 arrange 3.4 hours Guerrero, L ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42561 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Guerrero at either: lguerrero@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n SOC 20H Sociology of Ethnic Relations - Honors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course for accelerated students. See SOC 20 for topics covered. May not receive credit for both SOC 20 and SOC 20H. 40521 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Rillorta, L 26D-2230 n SOC 36 Asian American Communities 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Explores contemporary experiences and social issues of peoples from the Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia, South Asia and East Asia. 42827 F 11:30am - 2:40pm Lin, I 26D-2230 42562 F 03/02 7:00pm - 8:30pm Lin, I 26D-2230 and arrange 3.4 hours Lin, I ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42562 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid Class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. Other Course Requirements: Exams on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lin at either: ilin@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n SOC 99 Special Projects in Sociology 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

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Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. Students may not receive credit for both SOC 14 and SOC 14H. 40512 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Hatch, R 26D-2431 n SOC 15 Child Development 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Physical, social and cognitive development from conception through adulthood. Observation required. 40513 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Irvine, C 26A-2871 40514 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jones, J 26D-2491 42559 arrange 3.4 hours Howey, D ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42559 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Howey at either: dhowey@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42560 arrange 3.4 hours Howey, D ONLINE NOTE: CRN 42560 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Howey at either: dhowey@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

(May be taken four times for credit) Offers students the opportunity to explore the discipline in greater depth. Instructor authorization needed prior to enrollment. 42647 M 1:15pm - 2:30pm Rillorta, L 26D-2230 and arrange .75 hour Rillorta, L OCAM 42649 T 1:15pm - 2:30pm Rillorta, L 26D-2230 and arrange .75 hour Rillorta, L OCAM

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n SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish 4.0 Units (CAN SPAN02) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN SPAN SEQ A Develops the ability to converse, read, and write in Spanish. Intended for students without previous exposure to Spanish. 40344 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Arellano, J 26B-3565 40345 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Zumaeta, H 66-267 40346TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Andrade, R 26B-3565 40347 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Sanchez, L 66-248 40348 MW 8:30am - 10:35am Howell, L 26B-3561 40351 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Labrit, G 28B-209 40349 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Castillejos, M 66-267 40350 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Sanchez, L 66-248 40352 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Castillejos, M 66-267 40353 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Baler, P 66-248 40354 MW 1:00pm - 3:05pm Louis, I 26B-3561 40355 TTh 1:00pm - 3:05pm Vogel, E 26B-3561 40356 MW 3:15pm - 5:20pm Louis, I 26B-3561 40357 TTh 3:15pm - 5:20pm Vogel, E 26B-3561 40358 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Kemp, K 66-248 40359TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Andrade, R 26B-3565 40360 MW 5:30pm - 7:35pm Kogat, L 26B-3561 40361 TTh 5:30pm - 7:35pm Alvarez, V 26B-3561 40362 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Kemp, K 66-248 40363 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Molina, L 26B-3565 40364 MW 7:45pm - 9:50pm Kogat, L 26B-3561 40365 TTh 7:45pm - 9:50pm Ugas-Abreus, B 26B-3561 n SPAN 2 Continuing Elementary Spanish 4.0 Units (CAN SPAN04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN SPAN SEQ A Prerequisite: SPAN 1 or equivalent Further development of conversational, reading, and writing skills in Spanish. Further study of Hispanic culture. 40366 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Arellano, J 66-267 40367 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Salinger, A 66-248 40369 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Blake, M 28B-209 40368 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Salinger, A 28B-206 40370 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Fuentes, A 66-267 40371 TTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Kemp, K 66-248 40372 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Lyon, N 66-267 n SPAN 3 Intermediate Spanish 4.0 Units (CAN SPAN08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN SPAN SEQ B (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: SPAN 2 or equivalent Further development of communicative proficiency in Spanish. 40373 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Salinger, A 66-248 40374 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Garcia, V 66-267 n SPAN 4 Continuing Intermediate Spanish 4.0 Units (CAN SPAN10) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC CAN SPAN SEQ B (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: SPAN 3 or equivalent Reviews grammar with emphasis on communicative proficiency. Introduction to Hispanic literature and discussion of cultural topics. 40375 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Andrade, R 26B-3565
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n SPAN 11 Spanish for the Spanish Speaking 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Focuses on developing vocabulary, improving orthography, and use of grammatical structures, both oral and written for Spanish-speaking students. Class conducted in Spanish. 40376 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Labrit, G 28B-208 40377 TTh 8:30am - 10:35am Howell, L 26B-3561 40378 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Castillejos, M 66-267 40382 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Salinger, A 28B-206 40380 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Boada, M 28B-204 40381 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Sanchez, L 26B-3565 40379 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Andrade, R 26B-3565 40383 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Kemp, K 66-248 n SPAN 12 Continuing Spanish for the Spanish Speaking 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: SPAN 11 or equivalent Exercises in grammar and vocabulary building. Readings of historical and literary texts for Spanish-speaking students. Class instruction conducted in Spanish. 40385 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Sanchez, L 26B-3565 40384 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Castillejos, M 66-267

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n SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0 Units (CAN SPCH04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Conducting and evaluating research, organizing and writing outlines, delivering speeches; introduction to rhetorical principles. 41483 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Nafzgar, S 26A-1881 41500 MW 7:30am - 9:35am Nahabedian, S 26A-1891 41492 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Nafzgar, S 26A-1881 41539 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Castello, A 26D-G481 42867 TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Boehner-Staylor, M 26A-3690 NOTE: CRN 42867 above is linked to English 1A (CRN 40661). 42684 F 8:00am - 12:15pm Jaimes, F 26A-1891 41510 MW 8:30am - 10:35am Jaimes, F 26D-G280 41524 MW 8:30am - 10:35am Buckalew, J 26D-G481 41516 TTh 8:30am - 10:35am Axibal, A 26D-G280 41545 F 9:00am - 1:15pm Farschman, K 26D-G481 41485 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Maynard, P 26A-1881 41494 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Cantrell, D 26A-1881 41504 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Swift, C 26A-1891 41541 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Castello, A 26D-G481 41512 MW 10:45am - 12:50pm Klawitter, K 26D-G280 41525 MW 10:45am - 12:50pm Rietveld, L 26D-G481 41517 TTh 10:45am - 12:50pm Klawitter, K 26D-G280 41486 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Maynard, P 26A-1881 41496 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Maynard, P 26A-1881 41506 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Swift, C 26A-1891 41542 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Vitullo, J 26D-G481 41514 MW 1:00pm - 3:05pm Klawitter, K 26D-G280 41527 MW 1:00pm - 3:05pm Buckalew, J 26D-G481 41518 TTh 1:00pm - 3:05pm Klawitter, K 26D-G280 42685 F 1:30pm - 5:45pm Reinhart, L 26D-G280 41488 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Vitullo, J 26A-1881 41502 MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Hsieh, M 26A-1891 41497 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Farschman, K 26A-1881 41507 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Swift, C 26A-1891 41543 TTh 2:15pm - 4:20pm Vitullo, J 26D-G481 41529 MW 3:15pm - 5:20pm Eastman, R 26D-G481 41489 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Musallet, O 26A-1881 41503 MW 4:30pm - 6:35pm Rodriguez, C 26A-1891 41491 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Vitullo, J 26A-1881 41531 MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Musallet, O 26D-G481 41521 TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Vitullo, J 26D-G481 41547 S 8:00am - 12:15pm Reinhart, L 26D-G280

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n SPCH 1AH Public Speaking - Honors 4.0 Units (CAN SPCH04) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course designed to provide an enriched experience. May not receive credit for both SPCH 1A and SPCH 1AH. 41572 F 9:00am - 1:15pm Reinhart, L 26D-1411 n SPCH 2 Fundamentals of Communication 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Corequisite: ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AH (May have been taken previously.) Fundamentals of interpersonal, small group, public speaking and intercultural communication. Oral presentations are required. 41549 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Mallard, J 26A-1891 41550 TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Axibal, A 26D-1411 n SPCH 3 Voice and Diction 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Improvement of speaking voice and oral communication style, including projection, expressiveness, articulation, and pronunciation. 41564 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Nahabedian, S 26D-1411 n SPCH 7 Intercultural Communication 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Theoretical dynamics of culture within communication contexts, and skill development in intercultural competence. 41568 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Damico, A 26D-1411 n SPCH 7H Intercultural Communication Honors 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Admittance into the Honors Program Dynamics of culture within communication contexts. Students may not receive credit for both SPCH 7 and SPCH 7H. 41570 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Maynard, P 26D-1411 n SPCH 8 Professional and Organizational Speaking 4.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Corequisite: ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AH (may have been taken previously) Speech communication principles as employed in organizations. Oral presentations are required. 41560 MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Mallard, J 26A-1891 n SPCH 16 Forensics: Individual Event Team 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

n SPCH 26 Interpersonal Communication 3.0 Units (CAN SPCH08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Enhances ability to communicate on a one-to-one basis. Emphasis on family, social and professional settings. 41561 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Rietveld, L 26D-1411 41562 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Rodriguez, C 26D-1411 n SPCH 30 Gateway to Communication Studies 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: ENGL 1A or ENGL 1AH (May have been taken previously) Advisory: READ 100 Issues in communication theory, introduction to the field of communication, and practice of multiple research methods. 41565 W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Swift, C 26D-1411

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STUDY TECHNIQUES
n STDY 80 Studying and Learning: Foundations for Success 3.0 Units Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 67 or READ 80 Provides lifelong learning to promote self-awareness and success with strategies like time management, test taking and memory. 41569 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Cevallos-Castaneda, S 6-136 41579 F 8:00am - 11:10am Hernandez Patlan, M 6-136 41573 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Walker, L 6-136 41574 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Cevallos-Castaneda, S 6-137 41575 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Walker, L 6-136 41577 TTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Stepp Bolling, E 6-134 41578 MW 6:30pm - 7:55pm High, K 6-137 n STDY 85A Test-Taking and Stress Management 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 67 Provides awareness of how the brain functions and applications of that knowledge to test-taking and stress management strategies. 41582 T 1:15pm - 2:15pm Lahey, M 6-134 NOTE: CRN 41582 above is a learning community that has OPEN REGISTRATION. If you are interested in enrolling in this link, you may register online for the linked course during registration appointment date and time for spring semester 2012. This class is linked to LERN 48 (CRN 40611). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41583 M 2:50pm - 3:55pm Hamby, B 6-137 NOTE: CRN 41583 above is a learning community that has OPEN REGISTRATION. If you are interested in enrolling in this link, you may register online for the linked course during your registration apppointment date and time for Spring semester 2012. This class is linked to LERN 48 (CRN 40448) and Coun 1 (CRN 42435). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. n STDY 85C Study Techniques and Skills for Online Learning 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 67 Focuses on skills for successful online learning and prepares students to take online classes. 42790 W 03/07 6:30pm - 7:55pm Webster, C 6-122 and W 03/21 6:30pm - 7:55pm Webster, C 6-122 and W 04/25 6:30pm - 7:55pm Webster, C 6-122 arrange 1.6hours Webster, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 03/05/2012 ending 04/29/2012 NOTE: CRN 42790 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Webster at either cwebster@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. NOTE: Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/. ontact (909)274-5392.

(May be taken four times for credit) Prerequisite: Admission by audition. Participation in Mt. SAC Forensics Team. Off-campus public or tournament performance required. 42645 T 4:30pm - 6:35pm Archibald, J 26D-1411 and arrange 11.75 hours Cantrell, D 26D-1411 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: For audition information, email forensics@mtsac.edu. n SPCH 18 Forensics: Readers Theater Team 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU

(May be taken four times for credit) Prerequisite: SPCH 15 Participation in Mt. SACs Forensics Team. Emphasis on readers theater. Off-campus public or tournament performance required. 42646 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hsieh, M 26D-1411 and arrange 10.75 hours Hsieh, M 26D-1411 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 n SPCH 20 Argumentation and Debate 3.0 Units (CAN SPCH06) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: SPCH 1A or SPCH 1AH or equivalent Students engage in rational discussion and reasoned advocacy. Emphasis given to rhetorical principles of argumentation. 41563 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Archibald, J 26D-1411 41555 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Archibald, J 26D-1411

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n STDY 100 Student Achievement and Fundamentals 3.0 Units of Learning Degree Applicable, CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68 or READ 100 Provides a systematic approach to advanced study techniques for academic success in higher education. 41592 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Walker, L 6-136 41593 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Walker, L 6-136 41594 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Walker, L 6-136

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The Bridge Program provides a combination of Learning Assistance Services, Study Technique, and Counseling courses for students seeking a unique learning experience. In addition, students will learn what it takes to succeed in college and beyond. Students will work in teams, and receive tutoring in these courses.

SURVEYING
n SURV 1B Surveying 3.0 Units Prerequisite: SURV 1A Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Land surveying including coordinate geometry, highway curves, volumes, photogrammetry, GPS, and GIS. Field trips are required. 42204 S 8:00am - 10:05am Khan, M 11-2107 and S 10:15am - 11:40am Khan, M 11-2107 and S 12:00pm - 1:25pm Khan, M 11-2107

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CLUSTER 1 - FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE
LINK 1 - Basic Math Skills Review Learn 48 40448 MW Stdy 85A 41583 M Coun 1 42435 M 11:30 am - 12:55 pm Robinson,C. 3 units 2:50 pm - 3:55 pm 10:00 am - 11:05 am Hamby, B. 1 unit 6-112 6-137 16-1

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n TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable

(May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Customer relations training (soft skills) for the technician. Entry Level. 41985 T 8:00am - 10:05am Uranga, J 28B-108 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41986 M 7:00pm - 9:05pm STAFF 28B-404 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

Sandoval, M. 1 unit

NOTE: The above link has OPEN REGISTRATION. If you are interested in enrolling in this learning community, you may register online for the linked courses above during your registration appointment date/time for spring semester 2012. *Max enrollment: 24

LINK 2 - Basic Math Skills Review Lern 48 40611 TTh 3:00 pm-4:25 pm Hunter-Buffington, C. 3 units 6-112 Stdy 85A 41582 T 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm Lahey, M. 1 unit 6-134

THEATER ARTS
n THTR 9 Introduction to Theatre Arts 3.0 Units (CAN DRAM18) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC A comprehensive introduction to theater, including the aesthetic, artistic, technical, and business aspects. 41647 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Burgos, M 2-T120 41648 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Burgos, M 2-T120 n THTR 10 History of Theatre Arts 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU, UC

NOTE: The above link has OPEN REGISTRATION. If you are interested in enrolling in this learning community, you may register online for the linked courses above during your registration appointment date/time for spring semester 2012. *Max enrollment: 24

If you would like to find out more information and/or you are interested in enrolling in the Bridge Program, you may visit us at the Student Services Annex, Bldg. 9D or online at www.mtsac.edu/students/bridge/

CONTACT US AT (909) 274-5392 FOR MORE INFORMATION.


n THTR 15 Play Rehearsal and Performance 2.0 Units (CAN DRAM16) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken four times for credit) (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Presentation of college-sponsored plays. Offers acting and technical experiences. Attendance at performances required. 41843 MTWTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Burgos, M 2-T130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41843 above holds auditions: February 27, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in 2-T130. Production: The Illusion by Tony Kushner. Enrollment is contingent on a successful audition. 41851 MTWTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Eastman, R 2-T130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41851 above holds auditions: April 9, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in 2-T130. Production: When You Comin Back, Red Ryder? by Mark Medoff. Enrollment is contingent on a successful audition. n THTR 16 Theatrical Make-Up 2.5 Units (CAN DRAM14) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to theory and practice of makeup for stage. Experience in design and application of various makeup techniques. 41856 MW 9:45am - 11:50am Ogden, B 2-T129

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Dramatic literature and the development of dramatic art. 41750 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Strand, R

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n THTR 11 Principles of Acting I 3.0 Units (CAN DRAM08) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Introduction to principles and techniques of acting. Analysis and performance of scenes and monologues, plus acting exercises. 41769 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Burgos, M 2-T120 41771 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Eastman, R 2-T120 41773 TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Eastman, R 2-T120 41774 MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Burgos, M 2-T120 41777 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Brooks, A 2-T120 n THTR 12 Principles of Acting II 3.0 Units (CAN DRAM22) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Prerequisite: THTR 11 Advanced study of principles presented in THTR 11. Performance of varied dramatic scenes, monologues, and exercises. 41782 MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Eastman, R 2-T120 n THTR 14 Stagecraft 3.0 Units (CAN DRAM12) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken two times for credit) Theory and practice of scenery construction and stage lighting. Lecture plus lab work. 41788 MW 3:15pm - 5:45pm Mittler, W 2-T130

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n THTR 18 Technical Theater Practicum 1.0 Unit (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Supervised participation in technical assignments of college-sponsored theatrical presentations. 41876 arrange 3.5 hours Kelly, S 2-T128 n THTR 19 Theatrical Costuming 3.0 Units (May be taken two times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU, UC Study of costume history, fabrics, construction, and rendering techniques. Suitable for theater, dance, film, or television. 41882 MW 12:30pm - 3:00pm Ogden, B 2-T129 n THTR 99 Special Projects in Theatre 2.0 Units (May be taken four times for credit) Degree Applicable, CSU Offers students the opportunity to explore the discipline in greater depth. Instructor authorization needed prior to enrollment. 42074 arrange 4.50 hours Strand, R 2-T126 42140 arrange 4.50 hours Eastman, R 2-T126 42143 arrange 4.50 hours Burgos, M 2-T125

n TUTR 10R Tutoring in Reading

1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Advisory: Eligibility for READ 100 Prepares tutors to become reading tutors for all READ students. 42771 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Sampat, M 6-134 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/03/2012

CREDIT: THEATER ARTS / TRANSPORTATION / TUTOR TRAINING / WATER TECHNOLOGY / WELDING

WATER TECHNOLOGY
Please contact the Continuing Education Division at 909-274-4220 for information regarding the Water Technology Program.

WELDING
n WELD 30 Metal Sculpture 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Fundamentals of welding processes used in the metal sculpting industry. Two and three-dimensional art form will be covered. 41845 Th 1:00pm - 2:04pm Eisley, B 69-11 and Th 2:05pm - 5:15pm Deines, C 69-11 n WELD 40 Introduction to Welding 2.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Fundamentals of welding process related to the areas of construction, machine tool, aerospace, and transportation. Entry Level. 41846 Th 8:00am - 12:15pm Eisley, B 69-11 41847 F 1:20pm - 5:35pm Douangchampa, F 69-11 41849 T 6:00pm - 10:15pm Osendorf, D 69-11 n WELD 50 Oxyacetylene Welding 2.0 Units Degree Applicable Oxyfuel fusion, non-fusion welding, and cutting. Develops understanding of fundamental skills in modern welding practices. Entry Level. 41850 T 8:00am - 12:15pm Eisley, B 69-11 n WELD 51 Basic Electric Arc Welding 2.0 Units Degree Applicable

TRANSPORTATION
n TRAN 17 Air Transportation 3.0 Units Advisory: AERO 23 Degree Applicable, CSU A survey course of the air transportation industry. Topics include an introduction to air transportation, structure and economics of the airlines, and aviation career planning. 41801 TTh 7:30am - 8:55am Tracey, M 28B-104 41787 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Tracey, M 28B-104

TUTOR TRAINING
n TUTR 10A Introduction to Tutoring 1.0 Unit (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Not Degree Applicable Introduction to tutoring with an emphasis on tutoring strategies, problem solving, and working with a diverse student population. 42767 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Smith, B 6-134 6 Weeks, Week beginning 03/12/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n TUTR 10B Tutoring in the English Language 1.0 Unit (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Not Degree Applicable Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Tutoring in the English language with an emphasis on approaches to working with students on written drafts and addressing the needs of non-native speakers. 42768 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Charbonneau, D 26B-1563C 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/03/2012 1.0 Unit Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Tutoring as a Supplemental Instructor in the classroom and small groups under the supervision of an instructor. 42769 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Staylor, D 6-132 6 Weeks, Week beginning 03/12/2012 ending 04/22/2012 1.0 Unit Not Degree Applicable (May be taken for option of Letter grade or Pass/NoPass) Prerequisite: MATH 71 or higher Tutoring in mathematics with an emphasis on strategies to promote active learning using manipulatives. 42770 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Chen, D 61-2406 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/03/2012 n TUTR 10D Tutoring in Mathematics n TUTR 10C Tutoring as a Supplemental Instructor

Advisory: WELD 50 Basic electric arc welding, standard electrodes and alloy electrode selection, and AWS procedures for certification. 41852 W 8:00am - 12:15pm Eisley, B 69-11 41853 F 6:00pm - 10:15pm Mulick, B 69-11 n WELD 53A Welding Metallurgy 3.0 Units Degree Applicable, CSU Structure of matter, physical and mechanical properties of metals, principles of alloying, plastic deformation, and heat treatment. 41854 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Garcia, D 69-21 n WELD 70A Beginning Arc Welding 3.0 Units Degree Applicable Develops manipulative skills and techniques for the welders on the shielded metal arc and flux-cored arc welding processes. Entry Level. 41855 MW 1:00pm - 4:40pm Eisley, B 69-11 41857 TTh 6:15pm - 9:55pm Garcia, D 69-11 n WELD 70B Intermediate Arc Welding 3.0 Units Advisory: WELD 70A taken prior Degree Applicable Emphasis on SMAW and FCAW processes in the vertical and overhead positions. Introduction of GMAW and GTAW. 41858 S 8:30am - 12:00pm Garcia, D 69-11 and S 1:00pm - 4:45pm Garcia, D 69-11

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n WELD 70C Certification for Welders 3.0 Units Advisory: WELD 70A taken prior Degree Applicable Building construction for the advanced arc welding student. AWS D1.1 and D1.3 will be reviewed. 41860 TTh 1:00pm - 4:55pm Garcia, D 69-11 41859 MW 5:00pm - 8:45pm Eisley, B 69-11 n WELD 80 Construction Fabrication and Welding 3.0 Units Advisory: WELD 40, WELD 51, WELD 70A Degree Applicable Emphasis on layout skills and applied knowledge as it relates to the area of construction within the welding industry. 41861 S 8:30am - 12:00pm Tapia, R 69-11 and S 1:00pm - 4:45pm Tapia, R 69-11 n WELD 90A Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 3.0 Units Advisory: WELD 70B taken prior Degree Applicable, CSU Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW also known as TIG) of steel, aluminum, CRES, and exotic metals. All position welds with many surfaces and transitions 41863 MW 6:15pm - 9:55pm Khattar, F 69-11 n WELD 90B Semiautomatic Arc Welding Process 3.0 Units Advisory: WELD 70B taken prior Degree Applicable, CSU Semiautomatic welding with solid and tubular wires. All position welds with many varying thickness. 41864 MW 6:15pm - 9:55pm Hernandez, G 69-11 n WELD 91 Automotive Welding, Cutting and Modification 3.0 Units Advisory: WELD 70B taken prior Degree Applicable Welding and cutting on metals commonly used in the automotive industry. MIG, TIG, PAC and Oxyfuel welding will be covered. 41865 TTh 6:15pm - 9:55pm STAFF 69-11

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2012 Spring Distance Learning Program


What is Distance Learning? It means taking classes that are conducted partially or wholly off campusat a distance. Students and professors communicate with each other using online and other technologies. Online Learning Classes Classes are delivered over the Internet, and students must attend a mandatory on-campus orientation meeting for each class. Online-Supported (Hybrid) Classes These are similar to online classes but meet on campus for part of the time. The orientation meetings are also mandatory. Requirements Access to a personal computer with Internet connection using the latest browsers like Firefox, Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer, and an e-mail address. Attendance at all scheduled on-campus meetings, including the mandatory orientation meeting. Tell me about the Mandatory Orientation Meetings Attendance is essential for your success and required or you will be dropped from the courses. Its an opportunity to meet your professors and determine if Distance Learning is a good way for you to learn. Specific requirements of the courses you have selected will be explained. At the conclusion of the meetings, you will have begun earning college credit through the Distance Learning Program. For further information, call Meghan Chen at ext. 5658 or e-mail to mchen@mtsac.edu. Please go to the following web pages for more information: http://vclass.mtsac.edu or www.mtsac.edu/college/distlearn

DISTANCE LEARNING

2012 Spring Distance Learning Program


For complete course information, see the course offerings beginning on page 51. Online classes are delivered primarily via the Internet. Online-supported (hybrid) classes are also delivered via the Internet but have several required on-campus meetings. Students must have access to a personal computer with an Internet connection using the latest browser like Mozilla Firefox, Netscape Navigator, or Internet Explorer and an e-mail address. Students must access the Distance Learning web page http://vclass. mtsac.edu for instructions.

DISTANCE LEARNING CREDIT CLASSES

ONLINE LEARNING COURSES


COURSE ADJU 1 BUSA 11 BUSA 7 BUSA 8 BUSC 1A BUSC 1B BUSL 18 BUSM 20 BUSM 51 BUSM 61 BUSM 66 BUSR 50 BUSS 36 CHLD 10 CISB 15 COUN 5 HRM 51 HRM 52 NF 25 PHIL 12 PHIL 15 PHIL 20A TITLE The Administration of Justice System Fundamentals of Accounting Principles of Accounting - Financial Principles of Accounting - Managerial Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics Principles of Economics - Microeconomics Business Law Principles of Business Principles of International Business Business Organization and Management Small Business Management Real Estate Principles Principles of Marketing Child Growth and Development Microcomputer Applications Career/Life Planning Introduction to Hospitality Food Safety and Sanitation Essentials of Nutrition Ethics Major World Religions History of Western Philosophy REFERENCE NUMBER 41980 40867 40849 40864 42089, 42090, 42092 42096, 42099 41783, 41786, 41812 41020, 41025 41031 41039 41047 42176, 42178 42109 42228, 42229 42359 42457, 42459, 42572 43096 42466 41313, 41315, 41334, 41345 42536, 42537 42538, 42539, 42669 42540
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PHIL 20B DISTANCE LEARNING CREDIT CLASSES PHIL 3 PHIL 5 PHIL 8 PSYC 1A SOC 14 SOC 15 SOC 20 SOC 7 COURSE ADJU 4 AHIS 1 ASTR 8 BIOL 1 BIOL 5 BUSA 7 BUSA 8 BUSM 20 CHEM 10 CISB 11 CISB 15

History of Western Philosophy Logic in Practice Introduction to Philosophy Critical Thinking Introduction to Psychology Marriage and the Family Child Development Sociology of Ethnic Relations Sociology of Religion TITLE Legal Aspects of Evidence Understanding the Visual Arts General Biology Contemporary Health Issues Principles of Accounting - Financial Principles of Accounting - Managerial Principles of Business Chemistry for Allied Health Majors Computer Information Systems Microcomputer Applications

42541 42529, 42530, 42531 42532, 42533 42535 42542, 42543, 42544, 42545, 42546, 42547 42557, 42558 42559, 42560 42561 42670 REFERENCE NUMBER 42033 42448, 42449, 42450, 42451 42430, 42440 42599, 42618 40838, 40847 40861 41022 41308 41275, 41276, 41277, 41281, 41282, 41284 42352, 42353, 42354, 42355, 42356, 42357, 42358, 42360, 42361, 42362, 42363, 42364, 42365, 42366, 42367, 42368 42374 42377 42379 42386 42390, 42392, 42394 42395 42396 42397 42399, 42400

ONLINE-SUPPORTED (HYBRID) COURSES

Introduction to Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe 42683

CISB 21 CISD 11 CISD 21 CISD 31 CISM 11 CISN 11 CISN 21 CISN 24 CISN 31 CISP 11

Microsoft Excel Database Management - Microsoft Access Database Management - Oracle Systems Analysis and Design Telecommunications Networking Windows Operating System Window Server Network and Security Administration Linux Operating System Programming in Visual Basic

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CISP 14 CISP 21 CISP 31 CISP 34 CISP 41 CISS 11 CISS 21 CISS 23 CISS 25 CISW 11 CISW 21 CISW 31 COUN 5 EDT 24 ENGL 1A ENGL 1C ENGL 68 FCS 41 GEOG 1 GEOG 2 HRM 53 HRM 57 HRM 61 HRM 66 MATH 130 MATH 140 MEDI 90 NF 10 NF 25 NF 28 SOC 1 SOC 36 SOC 5 STDY 85C

Advanced Visual Basic Programming Programming in Java Programming in C++ Advanced C++ Programming Programming in C# Practical Computer Security Network Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures Network Analysis, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems Network Security and Firewalls Internet Technologies Secure Web Programming with ASP.NET Secure Web Servers Career/Life Planning Engineering CAD 3-D Solids and Surfaces Freshman Composition Critical Thinking and Writing Preparation for College Writing Life Management Elements of Physical Geography Human Geography Dining Room Service Management Restaurant Cost Control Menu Planning Hospitality Law College Algebra Calculus for Business Medical Terminology Nutrition for Personal Health and Wellness Essentials of Nutrition Cultural and Ethnic Foods Sociology Asian American Communities Introduction to Criminology

42760 42401, 42403 42405, 42406 42407 42410 42416 42424 42425 42426 42428 42431 42432 42457, 42458, 42459, 42572 40943 42468, 42469, 42470, 42471, 42472, 42473 42474, 42475, 42476, 42477, 42478, 42479, 42480, 42481 42482, 42483, 42484, 42485 41266 42490 42491, 42494 42467 41614 41616 41617 40075 40080 41870 41297, 41299 41323, 41325 41371 42550, 42551, 42552, 42553 42562 42554, 42555, 42556 DISTANCE LEARNING CREDIT CLASSES

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SHORT-TERM CREDIT CLASSES

AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION


n AIRC 26 Gas Heating Fundamentals 2.0 Units Theory, operation, and application of natural gas and propane heating systems in resident and light commercial installations. 41713 F 8:00am - 12:20pm Soares, D 69-24 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n AIRC 32A Air Properties and Measurement 1.5 Units Investigates the air-side operating theory and application of comfort cooling systems by addressing psychometric principles. 41721 F 9:00am - 12:10pm Richardson, L 69-21 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n AIRC 61 Building Automation Fundamentals 2.5 Units Basics of commercial HVAC control theory for electric, pneumatic, and digital controls, process plants and air delivery methods. 41747 MTWTh 8:00am - 12:00pm Richardson, L 69-12 4 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/25/2012 NOTE: CRN 41747 above is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For more information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909274-4845. n AIRC 63 Building Control Networks 3.0 Units Building Control Network implementation and protocol standards including web based applications. 41748 MTWTh 8:00am - 11:10am Richardson, L 69-12 4 Weeks, Week beginning 03/26/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41748 above is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For more information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909274-4845. n AIRC 65 Building Automation Networks and Programming 3.0 Units Programming HVAC direct digital controllers. 41749 MTWTh 8:00am - 12:00pm Richardson, L 69-12 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41749 above is designated for students seeking the Building Automation certificate. For more information and application process, please contact the Adult Basic Education Center at 909274-4845.

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY


n AIRM 74 Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2.0 Units Work Experience Two units of college credit earned for 120 unpaid or 150 paid work hours under direct supervision at an aircraft maintenance facility. 41897 arrange 11.25 hours Burton, R 28A-102 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41897 AIRM 74 requires Special Approval. Please contact Bob Burton in Aircraft Maintenance at 909-274-4762 for approval to register for this class. 41898 arrange 11.25 hours Yost, D 28A-102 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41898 AIRM 74 requires Special Approval. Please contact David Yost in Aircraft Maintenance at 909-274-4773 for approval to register for this class. n AIRM 91A Airframe Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Aircraft wooden structures, their coverings, finishes, and maintenance. Required for FAA certification. 41913 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Teeguarden, T 28B-207 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Teeguarden, T 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/25/2012 NOTE: AIRM 91A is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. n AIRM 91B Airframe Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Metals and composite materials used in aircraft construction, maintenance, and repair. Required forFAA certification. 41914 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Estu, M 28B-207 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Estu, M 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 03/26/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: AIRM 91B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. 3.0 Units n AIRM 92A Airframe Maintenance Technology Aircraft hydraulic, pneumatic, landing gear, wheel and brake systems. Required for FAA certification . 41915 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Teeguarden, T 28B-207 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Teeguarden, T 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: AIRM 92A is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information.

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL


n AIRT 43 Air Traffic Control Team Skills 1.5 Units Leadership skills for aviation professionals, with emphasis on air traffic sontrol team skills. 41672 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm STAFF 28B-103 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41760 Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm STAFF 28B-103 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n AIRT 47 Work Experience in Air Traffic Control 1.0 Unit On-the-job experience in an approved FAA work station. 41767 arrange 4.69 hours Rogus, R 28B-101K 15 Weeks, Week beginning 03/15/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: AIRT 47 requires Special Approval. Please contact Robert Rogus in Aeronautics at 909-274-5006 for approval to register for this class.

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n AIRM 92B Airframe Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Aircraft instrument, fuel storage, and aircraft warning systems. Required for FAA certification. 41916 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Estu, M 28B-207 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Estu, M 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 05/21/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: AIRM 92B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. n AIRM 96A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Aircraft turbine engine history, construction, thrust formulas, and engine types. Required for FAA certification. 41917 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Yost, D 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/25/2012 NOTE: AIRM 96A is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. n AIRM 96B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Propeller theory, nomenclature, application, constant speed devices, and propeller controls. Required for FAA certification. 41920 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Yost, D 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 03/26/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: AIRM 96B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information. n AIRM 97A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units A FAA approved course covering instrumentation and smoke and fire detection/suppression systems used in small and large aircraft. 41921 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Yost, D 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: AIRM 97A is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information.

n AIRM 97B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology 3.0 Units Aircraft piston and turbine engine fuels and fuel metering systems. Required for FAA certification. 41922 MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm Yost, D 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm Yost, D 28A-102 4 Weeks, Week beginning 05/21/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: AIRM 97B is a Special Approval course. Students are required to attend a mandatory orientation covering safety procedures and FAA regulations, before registering in this course. The orientation has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 21, 5-6 PM in Bldg. 28B, Room 207. Priority for Veteran status will only be given to those veterans who have been processed through the Mt. SAC Office of Veterans Affairs before attending this mandatory orientation. Please contact David Yost at 909-274-4773 for further information.

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AMERICAN LANGUAGE
n AMLA 22S American Language 2.0 Units Interpersonal Communication Enhances ability of non-native speakers to communicate with confidence and accuracy in everyday and academic situations. 41642 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Hill Enriquez, E 66-209 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n AMLA 23S American Language Formal Speaking 2.0 Units Enhances the ability of non-native speakers to listen effectively and speak formally in a variety of situations. 41643 TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Hill Enriquez, E 66-209 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n AMLA 42W American Language Intermediate Writing 4.0 Units Intermediate grammar and writing for non-native speakers. 41626 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Mezaki, B 66-222 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n AMLA 60 American Language Verb Review III 1.0 Unit Spoken and written practice in gerunds, infinitives, and participles for nonnative English students. 41644 MW 8:15am - 9:20am Mezaki, B 66-222 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n AMLA 61 American Language Word Forms 1.0 Unit Spoken and written practice in noun, verb, adjective, and adverb word forms for non-native English students. 41646 MW 8:15am - 9:20am Mezaki, B 66-222 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

ART HISTORY
n AHIS 1 Understanding the Visual Arts 3.0 Units Fundamentals of visual art forms and the role art plays in various historical periods and cultures. 42448 M 02/274:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and W 03/144:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and W 04/114:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 and W 05/094:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 arrange 4.5 hours Esslinger, S ONLINE 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: CRN 42448 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Esslinger at either: sesslinger@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 4:45pm - 6:10pm Esslinger, S 28A-103 arrange 4.5 hours Esslinger, S ONLINE 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: CRN 42449 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Esslinger at either: sesslinger@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42450 T 02/28 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and T 03/13 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and T 04/03 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and T 04/17 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 arrange 6.75 hours Hernandez, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42450 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Hernandez at either: chernandez@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42451 T 02/28 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and T 03/13 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and T 04/03 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 and T 04/17 5:00pm - 6:00pm Hernandez, C 28A-103 arrange 6.75 hours Hernandez, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42451 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. Other Course Requirements: Three museum visits are required. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Hernandez at either: chernandez@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n AHIS 5H History of Western Art: Renaissance 3.0 Units Through Modern - Honors Western art from the Renaissance through Modern periods. May not receive credit for both AHIS 5 and AHIS 5H. 42764 TTh 6:30pm - 7:55pm Esslinger, S 26D-2220 16 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 06/17/2012

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BUSINESS: ACCOUNTING
n BUSA 7 Principles of Accounting - Financial 5.0 Units Analyzing and recording financial transactions and the preparation, analysis and interpretation of financial statements. 40847 F 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sheridan-Solis, A 18-11 and arrange 7.9 hours Sheridan-Solis, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 40847 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Sheridan-Solis at either: ASolis@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BUSA 8 Principles of Accounting - Managerial 5.0 Units Managerial accounting. Provides the accounting tools and methods needed for business decision making. 40861 Th 6:30pm - 10:10pm Palmeri, T 18C-1 and arrange 7.9 hours Palmeri, T ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 40861 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Palmeri at either: TPalmeri@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n BUSA 76 Using Microcomputers in 1.0 Unit Managerial Accounting Analyze data and prepare managerial accounting reports using Excel software. Development of what if formulas as an aid in decision-making. 40910 W 4:30pm - 6:35pm Davis, C 18-9 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

BUSINESS: ECONOMICS
n BUSC 1A Principles of Economics - Macroeconomics 3.0 Units 42092 arrange 6.8 hours Masoomian, R ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42092 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Tuesday, February 28, 4:45 - 5:45pm in 18-17. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Dua at either: ADua@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n BUSC 1B Principles of Economics - Microeconomics 3.0 Units 42099 arrange 6.8 hours Masoomian, R ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42099 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) meeting Tuesday March 1 from 6-7pm in 18-17. If student cannot attend orientation meeting, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class.. On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Masoomian at either: RMasoomian@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

41023 MTWTh 3:00pm - 4:25pm Hischar, P 18D-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41025 arrange 6.8 hours Daley, W ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41025 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: No orientation meeting On Campus Meetings During Term: Exams, quizzes, and/or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Daley at either: WDaley@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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BUSINESS: REAL ESTATE


n BUSR 50 Real Estate Principles 3.0 Units Introductory course which satisfies a minimum education requirement to take the Department of Real Estate (DRE) salesperson license exam; required by the Office of Real Estate Appraisers (OREA) for all appraisal licenses. 42176 arrange 6.8 hours Estes, E ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42176 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Monday, April 23, 5:45 - 6:35 pm in 16-1. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Estes at either: EEstes@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

BUSINESS: LAW
n BUSL 18 Business Law 3.0 Units Principles of business law emphasizing nature of the law and court procedure, contract law, and sales of goods under the Uniform Commercial Code. 41812 arrange 6.8 hours Mc Kee, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41812 is a Distance Learning Online Class. Course Orientation: On-campus orientation (optional) Monday, February 27, 4:20 pm - 5:20 pm in 18-17. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor McKee at either: CMcKee@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
n CHLD 1 Child, Family, School and Community 3.0 Units Impact of systems approach on family/children. Focus on interaction and collaboration to advocate for and empower families. 42212 S 9:00am - 3:30pm Koukol, L 18D-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n CHLD 5 Principles and Practices in 3.0 Units Child Development Programs Examine programs, appropriate practices, regulations, inclusive environments for diverse learners. TB test/10 hrs. observations. 42223 S 9:00am - 3:30pm Koukol, L 20-5 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n CHLD 10 Child Growth and Development 3.0 Units Human lifespan and developmental influences. Observations and interviews required. TB test required. 42230 S 9:00am - 3:30pm Diederichs, M 19B-9 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 42233 S 9:00am - 3:30pm Landeros, T 20-7 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

BUSINESS: MANAGEMENT
n BUSM 10 Principles of Continuous Quality 3.0 Units Improvement Theories, methods, and processes of TQM, Deming, Juran and Crosby tools for continuous improvement of quality. 41007 MTWTh 1:20pm - 2:45pm Hischar, P 18D-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n BUSM 20 Principles of Business 3.0 Units Overview of business and its role in society; introduces students to the various career opportunities in business. 41022 W 1:20pm - 2:45pm Farris, B 18D-2 and arrange 5 hours Farris, B ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41022 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Farris at either: BFarris@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n CHLD 61 Language Arts and Art Media for 3.0 Units Young Children Language and literacy development of young children (0 to 6 years) is explored through developmentally appropriate activities. 42250 F 6:00pm - 9:00pm Landeros, D 20-7 and S 9:00am - 3:00pm Landeros, D 20-7 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 n CHLD 71A Administration of Child Development 3.0 Units Programs Daily operation of childrens programs. Includes budget, personnel, records, policies, quality standards, and State laws. 42266 S 9:00am - 2:40pm Horwitz, E 19B-7 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n CHLD 71B Management/Marketing/Personnel for 3.0 Units ECD Programs Administration, marketing, and management of childrens programs. Explore staff development strategies. 42267 S 9:00am - 2:40pm Chavarria, G 19B-7 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n CHLD 84 Guidance and Discipline in Child 1.0 Unit Development Settings Problem solving approach to guidance and discipline of children in child development settings. 42264 F 5:30pm - 9:00pm Landeros, D 20-7 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/13/2012

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS: PROGRAMMING


n CISP 31 Programming in C++ 4.0 Units Object-oriented programming using C++ as the programming language. Includes design, documentation, and debugging techniques. 42406 TTh 3:30pm - 6:45pm Degtyareva, A 17-11A arrange 6.5 hours Degtyareva, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42406 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Degtyareva at either: ADegtyareva@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42405 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Degtyareva, A 17-11A arrange 6.25 hours Degtyareva, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42405 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Degtyareva at either: ADegtyareva@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n CISP 34 Advanced C++ Programming 4.0 Units Advanced object-oriented programming concepts and principles of objectoriented design in C++. 42407 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Degtyareva, A 17-11A arrange 6.5 hours Degtyareva, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42407 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Degtyareva at either: ADegtyareva@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS: INFORMATION PROCESSING


n CISI 11 Computer Keyboarding 3.0 Units Develops alphanumeric keyboarding skills of 25-40 gross words a minute with error limit; includes letters, tables, and reports. Formerly COMP 1. 42383 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Crespo, B 18-5 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42383 listed above is an accelerated course. Bring at least a 125 MB flash drive to the first class meeting.

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS: NETWORKING


n CISN 31 Linux Operating System 4.0 Units Concepts and skills in planning, installing and managing Linux OS and its GUI; using shells and system administration commands. 42397 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Zamora, V 17-11B arrange 6.5 hours Zamora, V ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42397 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Zamora at either: VZamora@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS: SECURITY


n CISS 11 Practical Computer Security 2.0 Units Computer security for all computer users. Projects include configuring security software and hardware. 42416 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Mercier, P 18-7 arrange 3.1 hours Mercier, P ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42416 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mercier at either: PMercier@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n CISW 31 Secure Web Servers 4.0 Units Plan, install and manage secure Web servers using server side programming language to manage secure databases. 42432 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Zamora, V 17-11B arrange 6.8 hours Zamora, V ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42432 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Zamora at either: VZamora@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 03/26/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: CRN 42776 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required. 42777 arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 06/03/2012 NOTE: CRN 42777 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required. 42778 arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42778 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required.

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ELECTRONICS
n ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits (DC) 4.0 Units DC electrical circuits and their applications. Students seeking a survey course should take ELEC 10, rather than ELEC 50A or 50B. Entry Level. 41924 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Denny, J 28B-405 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Denny, J 28B-405 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41927 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Hymer, J 28B-401 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Hymer, J 28B-401 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4.0 Units Introduction to electronic circuits covering AC (alternating current) sources, analysis, test equipment and troubleshooting. 41937 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Denny, J 28B-405 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Denny, J 28B-405 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41947 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Hymer, J 28B-401 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Hymer, J 28B-401 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

COUNSELING
n COUN 1 Introduction to College 1.0 Unit Introduction to higher education and the college experience. Explores educational decision-making and educational planning. 42774 WF 10:00am - 11:05am Thomas, A 11-2312 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n COUN 5 Career/Life Planning 3.0 Units Assists students in evaluating career options using a systematic approach to self-exploration and career/life planning. 42457 M 02/277:00pm - 9:05pm Mbuthi, S 16-7 arrange 6.75 hours Mbuthi, S 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42457 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mbuthi at either: mbuthi@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n COUN 7 Introduction to the Transfer Process 2.0 Units In depth exploration of transfer requirements, admission procedures, and requirements for majors. Field trips are required. 42462 WF 10:00am - 12:05pm Thomas, A 11-2312 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN: 42461 is designed for students in the Bridge program. n COUN 99A Special Projects in Counseling 1.0 Unit Opportunity to explore disciplines in greater depth. Instructors authorization is required. A field trip may be required. 42465 arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42465 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required. 42775 arrange 6 hours King, N 8 Weeks, Week beginning 03/12/2012 ending 05/06/2012 NOTE: CRN 42775 is designed for International students. Prior instructor authorization is required. Field trips may also be required.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE


n EMS 10 Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedics 2.0 Units Gross anatomy and physiology of the human body with applications to paramedic practices. 41962 arrange 2.29 hours Williams, S 16 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n EMS 20 Emergency Cardiac Care for Paramedics 1.0 Unit Certifies paramedics in Basic Life Support (BLS-CPR), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). 16 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n EMS 30 Pharmacology for Paramedics 2.0 Units Common paramedic medications with emphasis on mechanism of action, therapeutic outcomes and possible adverse reactions. 16 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n EMS 40 Cardiology for Paramedics 5.0 Units Understanding the normal and diseased heart. Assessment, interpretation of dysrhythmias, and appropriate paramedic interventions. 16 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n EMS 50 Paramedic Skills Competency 5.0 Units Paramedic skills required for field operation and to pass competencybased certification exams. 16 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n EMS 60 EMS Theory for Paramedics 8.5 Units Paramedic theories, principles and practices, assessment and treatment of pathologic processes, and mechanisms of injury. 16 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n EMS 70 Paramedic Clinical Internship 4.0 Units Clinical experience and application of paramedic theory and practice, patient assessment, and skills in a hosptial setting. 16 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 06/17/2012

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n EMT 90 Emergency Medical Technican I 10.5 Units Develop skills in assessment and treatment of the sick and injured. Leads to EMT-Basic state and national certification. 41975 MW 12:00pm - 5:00pm Sherwood, K 67A-123 and arrange 4 hours Sherwood, K HOSP 19 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 07/08/2012

ENGINEERING
n ENGR 1 Introduction to Engineering 1.0 Unit Introduction to the engineering profession: academic requirements, transfer, professional licensing, academic success strategies. 42183 T 10:15am - 12:20pm Khan, M 11-2101 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 42184 W 10:15am - 12:20pm Khan, M 11-2101 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012

ENGLISH: COMPOSITION
n ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0 Units Develops expository and argumentative essay and research paper skills. Emphasizes critical reading of academic material. 40625 MTWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40626 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40627 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Arterburn, P 26D-3481 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40632 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n ENGL 67 Writing Fundamentals 4.0 Units Emphasizes sentence, outlining, summary, paragraph and essay skills, and critical thinking through combining reading and writing. 41096 TThF 6:55am - 9:35am Brouillette, R 26D-3290 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41059 MTWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Garrett, J 26A-3670 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41064 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3620 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41064 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 68 (CRN 41667), Read 90 (CRN 41482), and Coun 2 (CRN 42439). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41065 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Frahs, P 26A-3811 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41100 TThF 9:45am - 12:25pm Brouillette, R 26D-3290 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41071 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3620 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41072 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Frahs, P 26A-3811 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41072 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 68 (CRN 41680), Read 90 (CRN 41474), and Coun 2 (CRN 42441). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41073 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Brackenhoff, M 26A-3841 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41083 MTWTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Brackenhoff, M 26A-3841 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012

n ENGL 68 Preparation for College Writing 4.0 Units Emphasizes development of academic essays based on critical reading of texts. 41757 TThF 6:55am - 9:35am Brouillette, R 26D-3290 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41645 MTWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Garrett, J 26A-3670 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41660 MTWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41667 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3620 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41667 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 41064), Read 90 (CRN 41482), and Coun 2 (CRN 42439). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41668 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Frahs, P 26A-3811 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41670 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Arterburn, P 26D-3481 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41671 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41766 TThF 9:45am - 12:25pm Brouillette, R 26D-3290 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41674 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Harper, M 26A-3881 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41676 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Brackenhoff, M 26A-3841 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41678 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Quintana-Mullane, K 26A-3620 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41680 MTWTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Frahs, P 26A-3811 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41680 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to English 67 (CRN 41072), Read 90 (CRN 41474), and Coun 2 (CRN 42441). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 41715 MTWTh 4:30pm - 6:35pm Brackenhoff, M 26A-3841 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES


n FCS 41 Life Management 3.0 Units Explore life skills needed for using current and future resources for self management, problem solving, and effective performance. 41270 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Robles, D 19B-9 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

FIRE TECHNOLOGY
n FIRE 12 Wildland Fire Control 4.5 Units Addresses wildland fire behavior, safety, strategy, tactics and operations in wildland urban interface. 40769 S 8:00am - 12:00pm STAFF 28B-212 and S 1:00pm - 5:10pm STAFF 28B-212 10 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/06/2012 n FIRE 86 Basic Fire Academy 14.5 Units Instruction in standard fire department apparatus and equipment, salvage and fire extinguishing techniques. 41172 10.6 hours Shull, S ONTA 29.4 hours Shull, S ONTA 14 Weeks, Week beginning 03/05/2012 ending 06/10/2012 NOTE: Fire 86 requires Special Approval. Students must apply for the Fire Academy at the Fire Technology Office and get approval to register for this class. For information call 909-274-5148.

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n FIRE 91 Fire Academy Ladders 1.0 Unit Intensive training in ladder manipulation to prepare students for Fire Academy and physical fitness tests given by the fire departments. 41180 8 hours Dominick, S ONTA 32 hours Dominick, S ONTA 1 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/04/2012 41183 8 hours Dominick, S ONTA 32 hours Mayfield, R ONTA 1 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/04/2012 41186 8 hours Dominick, S ONTA 32 hours Ramirez, B ONTA 1 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/04/2012 41187 8 hours Dominick, S ONTA 32 hours Thompson, M ONTA 1 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 03/04/2012 NOTE: Fire 91 requires Special Approval. Students must contact the Fire Technology Office at 909-274-5148 to get approval to register for this class. n FIRE 96 Work Experience Fire Science 2.0 Units On-the-job experience at an approved work site. 75 paid or 60 non-paid hours required for each unit of credit. 41189 arrange 10.71 hours Shull, S 14 Weeks, Week beginning 03/12/2012 ending 06/17/2012

n GEOG 5 World Regional Geography 3.0 Units Developmental study of the worlds regions, major countries, population, resources, economic development, physical environment. 40444 TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Lobb, E 26D-3270 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n GEOG 30 Geography of California 3.0 Units Californias physiographic regional patterns of population, settlement, economics, transportation, and trade. Field trip required. 42506 TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Lobb, E 26D-3270 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

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HISTORY
n HIST 3 World History: Prehistoric to Early Modern 3.0 Units Human societies from their origins to the Early Modern period from a global and comparative perspective. 41169 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Earhart, K 26D-G431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n HIST 7 History of the United States 3.0 Units U.S. History to 1877. Examines social, economic, political, intellectual, military themes and patterns of U.S. development. 41367 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Earhart, K 26D-G431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n HIST 36 Women in American History 3.0 Units Womens experience within the context of major themes of United States history. 41443 MTWTh 8:00am - 9:25am Earhart, K 26D-G431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41444 MTWTh 8:00am - 9:25am Earhart, K 26D-G431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

GEOGRAPHY
n GEOG 1 Elements of Physical Geography 3.0 Units Natural processes creating the Earths varying physical environments: weather, climate, rocks, landforms, soils and ecosystems. 42490 F 03/02 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kohn, D 26D-3270 and F 03/16 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kohn, D 26D-3270 and F 04/13 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kohn, D 26D-3270 and F 04/20 12:00pm - 2:05pm Kohn, D 26D-3270 arrange 6.75 hours Kohn, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n GEOG 2 Human Geography 3.0 Units Introduction to human geography with emphasis on critical areas of inquiry, research, and the interconnections of place, process. 42491 T 02/28 3:00pm - 4:00pm Lobb, E 6-122 arrange 6.75 hours Lobb, E ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42491 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lobb at either: elobb@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42494 T 04/24 3:00pm - 4:00pm Lobb, E 6-122 arrange 6.75 hours Lobb, E ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42494 is a Distance Learning Online/Hybrid class. Course Orientation: Course orientation scheduled above is mandatory. If student cannot attend orientation, student must contact professor before orientation meeting to avoid being dropped from class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lobb at either: elobb@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

HOSPITALITY AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT


n HRM 52 Food Safety and Sanitation 1.5 Units Principles of food safety including study of food-borne illnesses, protecting food in storage, preparation, and service. 42466 arrange 3.5 hours Weatherilt, S ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42466 is a Distance Learning Online class. Other Course Requirements: Exams, quizzes, and /or submitting assignments on campus. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Weatherilt at either: Sweatherilt@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n HRM 53 Dining Room Service Management 3.0 Units Attributes and styles of service as well as table and buffet setups, beverage service, and service as a sales tool. 42467 M 9:45am - 1:00pm Al-Malood, F 19B-3 and arrange 3.45 hours Al-Malood, F ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42467 is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Al-Malood at either: FAl-Malood@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n LERN 48 Basic Math Skills Review 3.0 Units Math fundamentals: add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and fractions with emphasis on math learning strategies. 40430 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Robinson, C 6-112 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40709 (LERN 49). Just register for this class. The instructor will handle your registration for LERN 49. This 8-week class is designed for students who want to complete LERN 48 and LERN 49 in one semester. 40613 TTh 4:45pm - 8:05pm Hall, M 6-137 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40886 (LERN 49). Just register for this class. The instructor will handle your registration for LERN 49. This 8-week class is designed for students who want to complete LERN 48 and LERN 49 in one semester. 40614 MW 6:30pm - 9:40pm Hall, M 6-112 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40905 (LERN 49). Just register for this class. The instructor will handle your registration for LERN 49. This 8-week class is designed for students who want to complete LERN 48 and LERN 49 in one semester. 40671 TTh 6:30pm - 9:40pm Tarman, S 6-134 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: The class above is linked to CRN 40916 (LERN 49). Just register for this class. The instructor will handle your registration for LERN 49. This 8-week class is designed for students who want to complete LERN 48 and LERN 49 in one semester. n LERN 81 Improving Writing 3.0 Units Instruction in content and structure of sentences, paragraphs, and essays; integrates grammar and critical thinking. 40989 MTWTh 8:00am - 9:25am Ezzell, S 6-130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40998 MTWTh 8:00am - 9:25am Ezzell, S 6-130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 41005 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Ezzell, S 6-130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41010 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Ezzell, S 6-130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

SHORT-TERM CREDIT CLASSES

40189 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Loyd, R 61-2410 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 40189 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 50 (CRN 40154) and Coun 2 (42773). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. n MATH 71 Intermediate Algebra 5.0 Units Extends concepts from elementary algebra to prepare students for college-level mathematics courses. 40259 MTWTh 9:45am - 12:15pm Munro, M 61-3310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 40259 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 51 (CRN 40188) and Coun 5 (CRN 42772). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 40260 TWThF 9:45am - 12:15pm Takashima, T 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40261 TWThF 9:45am - 12:15pm Takashima, T 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n MATH 96 Strategies for Math Success 1.0 Unit Perspective, understanding, and strategy to utilize a learning system to acquire, understand, remember and produce math knowledge. 40301 MW 7:00pm - 8:45pm Long, G 61-2414 5 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/01/2012 40303 MW 7:00pm - 8:45pm Long, G 61-2414 5 Weeks, Week beginning 04/02/2012 ending 05/06/2012 40304 MW 7:00pm - 8:45pm Long, G 61-2414 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/07/2012 ending 06/10/2012 n MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 3.0 Units Introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics and probability with emphasis on statistical methods. 40049 MW 6:30pm - 9:40pm Kirchgraber, A 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40050 MW 6:30pm - 9:40pm Kirchgraber, A 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

MUSIC
n MUS 13 Introduction to Music Appreciation 3.0 Units A survey of western music through the present with some examples of influences from non-western cultures. 40143 S 8:00am - 2:30pm Anderson, D 2-M107 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012

MATHEMATICS
n MATH 50 Pre-Algebra 3.0 Units Fundamental principles of mathematics designed to ease the transition from arithmetic to algebra. 40147 MWF 7:30am - 9:35am Wakefield, J 61-3315 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40154 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:10am Loyd, R 61-2410 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 40154 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 51 (CRN 40189) and Coun 2 (CRN 42773). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. n MATH 51 Elementary Algebra 4.0 Units An introductory course in algebra. 40180 MWF 6:55am - 9:35am Wakefield, J 61-3315 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40181 TWThF 7:30am - 9:35am Takashima, T 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40182 TWThF 7:30am - 9:35am Takashima, T 61-2310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 40188 MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Munro, M 61-3310 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 40188 above is designed for students in the Bridge Program. Attendance at an information session and special approval are needed to enroll in this learning community. This class is linked to Math 71 (CRN 40259) and Coun 5 (CRN 42772). For more information, please contact (909)274-5392. 158

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n NURS 1A The Nursing Process I 5.0 Units 41987 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Orr, J PKVSTA 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41994 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Kunkler, C SILVER 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41996 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Anderson-Perry, C FNR 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41993 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and FS 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF PKVSTA 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41995 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and FS 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF SILVER 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012

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41997 M 7:00am - 11:00am Orr, J 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Orr, J 67A-150 and FS 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF FNR 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n NURS 1B The Nursing Process II 5.0 Units 42002 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Orr, J CHINO 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42003 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Romero, O SACH 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42004 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S FOOT 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42005 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Santiago, T BEV 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42006 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and TW 2:00pm - 10:00pm STAFF BEV 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42001 M 7:00am - 11:00am Boyer, M 67A-150 and M 1:00pm - 2:45pm Boyer, M 67A-150 and FS 6:30am - 2:30pm Boyer, M CHINO 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n NURS 2 Pharmacology 2.0 Units 42008 Th 9:00am - 12:00pm Santiago, T 67A-150 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 42009 Th 1:00pm - 4:00pm Santiago, T 67A-150 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 n NURS 3 Medical-Surgical 3.5 Units Nursing: Locomotion/Sensation/ Integument/Oncolog 42010 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S CHINO and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42012 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S SACH and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42013 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S PVHMC and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42014 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S FOOT and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42015 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S ICC and Th 8:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 42016 M 7:00am - 10:00am Plesetz, S 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Plesetz, S BEV and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-206 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 n NURS 4 Maternity Nursing 3.0 Units 42018 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and TW 2:00pm - 10:00pm Condra, D WHIT 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42020 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF QOVH 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012

42021 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF PIH 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42022 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF PVHMC 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42023 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF WHIT 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42024 M 7:00am - 10:00am Condra, D 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Condra, D 67A-206 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF QOVH 4 Weeks, Week beginning 04/09/2012 ending 05/13/2012 n NURS 5 Psychiatric Nursing 3.0 Units 42040 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Anderson-Perry, C INGL and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-205 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42041 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and TW 2:00pm - 10:00pm Anderson-Perry, C ARROW and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-205 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42042 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Anderson-Perry, C BHC and Th 8:00am - 10:00am STAFF 67A-205 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42044 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Anderson-Perry, C CHART and Th 8:00am - 10:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42043 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and Th 8:00am - 10:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF CHART 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42045 M 7:00am - 11:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and Th 8:00am - 10:00am Anderson-Perry, C 67A-205 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF ARROW 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n NURS 6 Pediatric Nursing 3.0 Units 42025 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours Kunkler, C PVHMC 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42026 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours Condra, D WHIT 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42027 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours STAFF HOSP 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42028 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours STAFF HOSP 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42029 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours Vy, V HUNT 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42030 M 7:00am - 10:00am Kunkler, C 67A-206 and M 1:00pm - 3:30pm Kunkler, C 67A-206 and arrange 16.2 hours STAFF PVHMC 5 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 06/17/2012

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n NURS 7 Medical-Surgical 7.5 Units Nursing: Nutrition/Elimination/Surgical Asepsis 42032 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A ICMC 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42035 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A STJUDE 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42036 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A PVHMC 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42037 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A QOVH 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42038 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A PIH 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 42039 M 7:00am - 11:00am Fiorito, A 67A-205 and M 1:00pm - 3:00pm Lynes, B 67A-205 and arrange 13.44 hours Fiorito, A SACH 11 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/13/2012 n NURS 8 Medical-Surgical Nursing: Circulation 5.5 Units and Oxygenation 42046 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Arvidson Perkins, G SACH and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and arrange 4.5 hours Arvidson Perkins, G 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42047 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Arvidson Perkins, G PVHMC and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Santiago, T 67A-216 and arrange 4.5 hours Arvidson Perkins, G 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42048 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Arvidson Perkins, G QOVH and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Arvidson Perkins, G 67A-216 and arrange 4.5 hours Arvidson Perkins, G 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42049 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Arvidson Perkins, G ICC and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Gilliam, M 67A-216 and arrange 4.5 hours Arvidson Perkins, G 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42050 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Arvidson Perkins, G PIH and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Fiorito, A 67A-216 and arrange 4.5 hours Arvidson Perkins, G 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 42051 M 7:00am - 10:00am Wilcher, L 67A-216 and Th 7:00am - 10:15am Arvidson Perkins, G 67A-216 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm Arvidson Perkins, G PVHMC and arrange 4.5 hours Wilcher, L 7 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/15/2012 n NURS 9 Leadership in Nursing 1.0 Unit 42052 M 1:00pm - 4:00pm Condra, D 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/08/2012 n NURS 10 Medical-Surgical 4.0 Units Nursing: Integration/Regulation 42054 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Arvidson Perkins, G QOVH and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 42055 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Gilliam, M ICC and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012

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42056 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Wilcher, L SACH and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 42057 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and TW 6:30am - 2:30pm Woodhead, D PIH and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 42053 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm Coleman, D PVHMC 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 42058 M 7:00am - 11:00am Romero, O 67A-216 and Th 8:00am - 11:30am Romero, O 67A-216 and SSu 6:30am - 2:30pm STAFF HOSP 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/16/2012 ending 05/27/2012 n NURS 11 Preceptorship in Nursing 2.0 Units 42059 arrange 37.33 hours Arvidson Perkins, G HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42060 arrange 37.33 hours Chen, G HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42061 arrange 37.33 hours Lynes, B HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42062 arrange 37.33 hours Orr, J HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42063 arrange 37.33 hours Romero, O HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42064 arrange 37.33 hours Condra, D HOSP 3 Weeks, Week beginning 05/24/2012 ending 06/17/2012

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n NF 81 Cooking for Your Heart and Health 1.0 Unit Healthful food preparation emphasizing reducing fat, cholesterol and sodium, and increasing fiber and nutrients. 41380 F 9:45am - 1:15pm Metter, J 19B-5 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n NF 82 Vegetarian Cuisine 1.0 Unit Principles and techniques of vegetarian food preparation and investigation of issues related to vegetarian eating practices. 41387 F 9:45am - 1:15pm Metter, J 19B-5 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

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n PHIL 3 Logic in Practice 3.0 Units Teaches sound thinking, constructing and analyzing inductive and deductive arguments, and avoiding fallacious reasoning. 42529 arrange 6.75 hours Mc Gruder, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42529 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Gruder at either: cmcgruder@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42530 arrange 6.75 hours Mc Gruder, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42530 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Mc Gruder at either: cmcgruder@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n PHIL 5 Introduction to Philosophy 3.0 Units Explores basic issues in ethics, social philosophy, metaphysics, epistemology, and contemporary philosophy. 42532 arrange 6.75 hours Lane, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42532 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lane at either: dlane@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42533 arrange 6.75 hours Lane, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42533 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lane at either: dlane@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40571 S 8:00am - 2:30pm Lane, D 26D-2431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 40572 S 8:00am - 2:30pm Lane, D 26D-2431 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n PHIL 8 Critical Thinking 3.0 Units The effective use of critical thinking in daily life, including constructing good arguments and recognizing and avoiding fallacies. 42535 arrange 6.75 hours Lane, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42535 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Lane at either: dlane@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ n PHIL 12 Ethics 3.0 Units A critical examination of moral choice by studying major ethical theories and their application to moral issues. 42536 arrange 6.75 hours Park, J ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42536 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Park at either: jspark@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

arrange 6.75 hours Diem, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42537 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Diem at either: adiem@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 3.0 Units n PHIL 15 Major World Religions Examines history, doctrines, and practices of the major world religions including those of East Asia, India, and the Middle East. 42538 arrange 6.75 hours Diem, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42538 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Diem at either: adiem@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42669 arrange 6.75 hours Diem, A ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42669 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Diem at either: adiem@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 3.0 Units n PHIL 20A History of Western Philosophy Major western philosophers and philosophical ideas from pre-Socratic to medieval times. 42540 arrange 6.75 hours Ramal, R ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42540 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Ramal at either: rramal@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 3.0 Units n PHIL 20B History of Western Philosophy Examines the major western philosophy and philosophical ideas from the Renaissance to the present. 42541 arrange 6.75 hours Ramal, R ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42541 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Ramal at either: rramal@mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

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n PHOT 4 Digital Cameras and Composition 1.0 Unit 41328 T 3:00pm - 5:05pm Engle, D 21-17 and SSu 8:00am - 4:00pm Engle, D 21-17 1 Weeks, Week beginning 03/06/2012 ending 03/11/2012

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: ATHLETICS


n PE-X 99 Off-Season Athletics 1.0 Unit 42895 TWTh 7:00am - 9:05am Roberts, R 2-T121 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012

n PE-F 36 Circuit Training 1.0 Unit Muscular strength and endurance exercise on circuit training equipment. 42294 arrange 6.75 hours Goff, M 27A-2 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42294: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., TW 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM (04/23/12) to E (Enter into class) and schedule your orientation or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. ? 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m. n PE-F 53 Physical Training for the Basic Fire Academy 2.5 Units 42422 MTWThF 5:40am - 7:47am Uiagalelei, I 50FF 13 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/26/2012 NOTE: CRN 42422 Enrollment limited to students accepted in the Basic Fire Academy.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: FITNESS


n PE-F 9 Conditioning for Sports 1.0 Unit 42323 TWTh 5:50am - 7:55am Lepp, J POOL 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42323 is conditioning for intercollegiate Womens Swimming and Diving. n PE-F 10 Weight Training .5 Unit 42338 arrange 4.5 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/21/2012 NOTE: CRN 42338: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday or Tuesday of the first week for completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m.- 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 6:20 p.m. 42340 arrange 4.5 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 4230: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday or Tuesday of the first week for the completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 6:20 p.m. n PE-F 10 Weight Training 1.0 Unit 42347 arrange 6.75 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42347: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday or Tuesday of the FIRST WEEK of the term for completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 6:20 p.m. 42731 arrange 6.75 hours Jastrab, R 50G-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/21/2012 NOTE: CRN 42731: Students must come to Building 50G on either Monday or Tuesday of the FIRST WEEK of the term for completion of Orientation or they may be dropped. Weight Room hours are MTWTh 7:00 a.m. - 9:10 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. -6:20 p.m. n PE-F 36 Circuit Training .5 Units Muscular strength and endurance exercise on circuit training equipment. 42256 arrange 4.5 hours Goff, M 27A-2 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42256: Students must come to Building 27A, ESWC between the hours of MTW 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., TW 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK OF THE TERM (04/23/12) to E(Enter into class) and schedule your orientation or your space will be given to a student on the Wait List. Class Open Hours: MTWTh 7:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., F 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., TWTh 6:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION: THEORY


n PE 3 First Aid and CPR 3.0 Units Upon successful training and completion, American Red Cross First Aid and CPR Certifications earned. 40527 MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jackson, C 27A-106 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n PE 15 Administration of Fitness Programs 2.0 Units Students will explore curriculum topics and practical skills related to administration in fitness and physical education programs. 42759 Th 5:45pm - 10:10pm Merrill, J 27A-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n PE 33 Fitness Assessment and Healthy Lifestyles .5 Unit An integrated approach to healthy lifestyles. Includes fitness components, assessment methods and goal-setting principles. 40537 arrange 1.25 hours Kranz, K 27A-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 40537: Students must come to Building 27A-ESWC MTWThF between the hours of 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. during the FIRST WEEK of the term to E (enter into class) for arrangement of hours. n PE 34 Fitness for Living 3.0 Units Survey and analysis of the components of fitness. Effects of fitness, stress management, nutrition and weight control on health. 40549 TTh 6:30pm - 9:40pm STAFF 29D-1 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n PE 40 Techniques of Teaching 2.0 Units Cardiovascular Exercise Overview of the principles and techniques of teaching cardiovascular exercise. 40573 T 5:45pm - 10:00pm Clacken, J 27A-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n PE 41 Techniques of Teaching Weight Training 2.0 Units Overview of the principles and techniques of teaching weight training. 42838 T 5:45pm - 10:10pm STAFF 27A-109 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n PE 50 Mt. SAC Fire Academy Physical 1.0 Unit Ability Entrance Exam Physical ability test for candidates seeking admission into the Mt. SAC Fire Academy. Candidates must be approved by Fire Technology Office. 42180 F 8:00am - 5:00pm Ward, E 27A-109 and S 8:00am - 5:00pm Ward, E 50FF 1 Weeks, Week beginning 05/14/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: CRN 42180: Test Date is May 18-19, 2012.

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SOCIOLOGY
n SOC 1 Sociology 3.0 Units Study of human relations and social structure emphasizing the interaction between the individual, culture and society. 42551 arrange 6.75 hours Medina, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 42551 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Medina at either: dmedina@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 42552 arrange 6.75 hours Medina, D ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42552 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Medina at either: dmedina@ mtsac.edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/ 40477 S 8:00am - 2:30pm Montero, S 26A-3630 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 n SOC 14 Marriage and the Family 3.0 Units Sociological functions of dating, engagement, weddings, marriage, and the family. 42558 arrange 6.75 hours Irvine, C ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 42558 is a Distance Learning Online Class. How to Begin Course: Log into Blackboard through http://myportal.mtsac. edu and click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Blackboard when the term starts, contact the professor. Professor contact info: Email Professor Irvine at either: cirvine@mtsac. edu, through Student Detail Schedule or Blackboard at MyMtSAC Portal. Students must use their Mt. SAC e-mail account and be aware of course commitment and student expectations described at http://www. mtsac.edu/instruction/learning/distlearn/

STUDY TECHNIQUES
n STDY 85C Study Techniques and Skills for 1.0 Unit Online Learning Focuses on skills for successful online learning and prepares students to take online classes. 42790 W 03/07 6:30pm - 7:55pm Webster, C 6-122 and W 6:30pm - 7:55pm Webster, C 6-122 arrange 1.6 hours STAFF ONLINE 8 Weeks, Week beginning 03/05/2012 ending 04/29/2012

SHORT-TERM CREDIT CLASSES

TECHNOLOGY-RELATED COURSES
n TECH 60 Customer Relations for the Technician 1.0 Unit Customer relations training (soft skills) for the technician. Entry Level. 8:00am - 10:05am Uranga, J 28B-108 41985 T 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 41986 M 7:00pm - 9:05pm STAFF 28B-404 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

THEATER ARTS
n THTR 15 Play Rehearsal and Performance 2.0 Units Presentation of college-sponsored plays. Offers acting and technical experiences. Attendance at performances required. 41843 MTWTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Burgos, M 2-T130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 NOTE: CRN 41843 above holds auditions: February 27, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in 2-T130. Production: The Illusion by Tony Kushner. Enrollment is contingent on a successful audition. 41851 MTWTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Eastman, R 2-T130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 NOTE: CRN 41851 above holds auditions: April 9, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in 2-T130. Production: When You Comin Back, Red Ryder? by Mark Medoff. Enrollment is contingent on a successful audition.

TUTOR TRAINING
n TUTR 10A Introduction to Tutoring 1.0 Unit Introduction to tutoring with an emphasis on tutoring strategies, problem solving, and working with a diverse student population. 42767 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Smith, B 6-134 6 Weeks, Week beginning 03/12/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n TUTR 10B Tutoring in the English Language 1.0 Unit Tutoring in the English language with an emphasis on approaches to working with students on written drafts and addressing the needs of non-native speakers. 42768 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Charbonneau, D 26B-1563C 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/03/2012 n TUTR 10C Tutoring as a Supplemental Instructor 1.0 Unit Tutoring as a Supplemental Instructor in the classroom and small groups under the supervision of an instructor. 42769 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Staylor, D 6-132 6 Weeks, Week beginning 03/12/2012 ending 04/22/2012 n TUTR 10D Tutoring in Mathematics 1.0 Unit Tutoring in mathematics with an emphasis on strategies to promote active learning using manipulatives. 42770 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Chen, D 61-2406 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/03/2012 n TUTR 10R Tutoring in Reading 1.0 Unit Prepares tutors to become reading tutors for all READ students. 42771 S 10:00am - 1:00pm Sampat, M 6-134 6 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/03/2012

SPEECH
n SPCH 16 Forensics: Individual Event Team 3.0 Units Participation in Mt. SAC Forensics Team. Off-campus public or tournament performance required. 42645 T 4:30pm - 6:35pm Archibald, J 26D-1411 and arrange 11.75 hours Cantrell, D 26D-1411 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012 NOTE: For audition information, email forensics@mtsac.edu. n SPCH 18 Forensics: Readers Theater Team 3.0 Units Participation in Mt. SACs Forensics Team. Emphasis on readers theater. Off-campus public or tournament performance required. 42646 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hsieh, M 26D-1411 and arrange 10.75 hours Hsieh, M 26D-1411 12 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 05/20/2012

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CONTENTS
The Continuing Education Division offers a variety of adult education, personal development, job training, professional certificate and recreational programs for residents in surrounding communities. The fee-based career and professional development courses are accessible online at http://feeclasses.mtsac.edu (Schedule of Classes). You may call the Continuing Education Division office for more information about the fee-based class schedule at (909) 274-4220.

CONTENTS
Adult Basic Skills ....................................................... 168 High School Referral Program ................................. 168 Learning Assistance Center ..................................... 169 Supervised Tutoring ................................................. 169 The Writing Center .................................................... 169 Job Training & Vocational Programs .......................171 Computer and Networking Technology ...............173 Computer Graphics .................................................173 Photographics...................................................175-176 Welding .............................................................176-177 Woodworking ..........................................................177 Disabled Student Programs & Services ..................177 English as a Second Language (ESL) ................177-178 Health Careers .....................................................178-179 Older Adult Programs ........................................ 179-182 Locations of Off-Campus Classes ........................... 183 Campus Map ....................................................... 186-187 Campus Directory ......................................................... 5 Security Escort Services .............................................41 Continuing Education Program Index .............. 184-185

Continuing Education Registration Instructions


CONTINUING EDUCATION REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS
This section outlines the registration and enrollment procedures for Continuing Education classes, including Adult Education and Adult Basic Skills courses. Please use the Continuing Education Registration Form on page 165. Registration is continuous throughout the semester, because Continuing Education classe4s begin and end at different times and for varying durations. Enrollment procedures for English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are provided on page 177. Please note that Adult Basic Skills and ESL students must complete the required assessment and orientation process before registering for classes. See their respective sections for details.

ADULT ED REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

1. Register In Person

Registration is conducted in Building 40, Room 104. Enter campus at the Bonita Ave. entrance off Temple Avenue and go north into the campus. The first day of registration is Thursday, January 19. Registration hours: MTWTh F 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

2. Register by Fax

Note: The Registration Office will be closed on Cesar Chavez Day (Friday, March 30) and Memorial Day (Monday, May 28).

Optional Job Training and Educational Advisement Service:

While registering in person you may want to take advantage of advisement service. You can schedule a private appointment by calling: (909) 274-4845.

Complete all information on the Registration Form inserted in this Class Schedule, including class title and Course Reference Number (CRN). Please include the Adult Education material fees with the Registration Form. Fax the completed form along with your credit card payment to: (909) 468-3937. Please allow up to three business days to process fax registration. You will receive a Student Schedule Printout by mail after your registration is processed. All faxed registration forms will be held in the order received and processed beginning at 8:00 a.m. Thursday, January 19. Complete all information on the Registration Form inserted in this Class Schedule. Be sure to include the class title and reference number on the registration form.

3. Register by Mail

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Adult Education Material Fees: Registration form must include material fee payment. Please do not send cash! Enclose a separate check/money order for each class. Please write Course Reference Number on the check/money order. Make check/money order payable to: Mt. San Antonio College. A $25 fee will be charged for returned checks. Mail completed form and payment to: Continuing Education Division Mt. San Antonio College 1100 N Grand Ave. Walnut, CA 91789 A confirming Student Schedule Printout will be mailed to you after your registration is processed. Note: The registration form is included in this Class Schedule for you. All mailed-in registration forms will be held in the order received and processed beginning at 8:00 a.m. Thursday, January 19.

Forms of Payment: VISA, MasterCard, AMX or Discover card payments are accepted. Refunds: A request for refund form must be filled out in person at the Bursars Office!

Payments & Refunds

CONTINUING EDUCATION REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS

Class Session Changes & Holidays

The Continuing Education Division reserves the right to make changes in any class. When enrollment in any class is not sufficient to justify its continuance, the class may be terminated. Class dates may change due to instructor/ classroom availability. Most classes will not be held on District holidays. Additional holidays may be observed depending upon off-campus class location. Information will be provided by the instructor.

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

1. Complete Assessment Process

Noncredit students, particularly those enrolling in Basic Skills and Short-Term Vocational programs, must go through a skills assessment at the Adult Basic Education Center (Building 30) to determine appropriate course selections and to develop an Individual Educational and Career Plan. Students enrolling in ESL and citizenship programs must be assessed by the ESL Department in Building 66 (Language Center) to determine language skills and English proficiency and to determine the need for support services if learning disabilities or special needs are identified. (See page 177 for further registration instructions.) Counselors will help students select appropriate courses and programs to help students succeed in their career of choice. Counseling sessions are conducted in multiple languages. To schedule an appointment, contact the Adult Basic Education Center at (909) 274-4845. ESL students should contact the ESL Department (Building 66) at (909) 274-4736. Students must finish the registration process at the Adult Basic Education Center after they have completed assessment and orientation. Students may register for most classes anytime during the semester when space is available within the requested class or program. Adult Education courses and programs do not have an enrollment fee. However, a material fee may be charged for some courses, payable at the time of registration. Please see pages 13-14 for fee payment and policies.

Parking Fees: Those who wish to park in the regular student parking lot need a valid Student Parking Permit, which may be purchased at the Bursars Office, Building 9A. Students may park in the pay lots without a Student Parking Permit. See pages 36-37 for general parking information and pages 186-187 for parking lot locations.

Support Services

2. Sign Up for Orientation

Counseling/Advisement Services: The Education Advisement Counseling and Assessment areas provide students with resources to explore and identify career options, practice interviewing techniques, and develop their communication and study skills. These services are offered throughout the semester. Call (909) 274-4845. Tutorial Services: Tutoring is available both in a classroom setting and at the Tutoring Center (Building 6, Room 101).

3. Register for Classes

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ADULT BASIC SKILLS

ADULT BASIC SKILLS


Adult Basic Education Center Mt. SAC Campus, Building 30 (909) 274-4845 Office Hours: MTWTh: 7:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. F: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Dates: February 27 - June 15, 2012 Adult Basic Education Lab (909) 274-4935 Lab Days/Hours: MTWTh: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. F: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. High School Office (909) 274-4937 Office Hours: MTWTh: 8:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. F: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Coursework is offered in the Basic Skills Lab to prepare students to pass the General Education Development (GED) test.

GED Exam Preparation

PSAT/SAT/SAT II/ACT Preparation


Prepare for college-bound exams at the Community Education Center. Long-term preparation is available through the use of the most current PSAT/SAT/ SAT II/ACT exam software. For more information on any of the above programs, please call the High School Office at (909) 274-4937.

Athletes Cant Lose with WIN

The WIN program, a student athlete study center, is specifically designed to:

The Adult Basic Education Center is committed to providing excellent basic skills and workforce preparation training to a non-traditional adult population. Students can receive basic skills assessment and training, career assessment, vocational training and employment assistance. All services are offered at no cost. The ABE Lab is available to students on a walk-in basis, offering: Courses to strengthen reading, writing, math skills Development of skills necessary for the workplace Direct instruction and individualized study plan Computer-based instruction

Assist student athletes to maintain academic eligibility Prepare students to transfer to a four-year institution Please call (909) 274-4239 for further information.

Adult High School Diploma, (909) 274-4937


Adult students can earn credits toward completion of a high school diploma under the guidance of instructors, counselors and support staff. Coursework is offered in small group instruction, computer-aided instruction and individual study. A cap and gown graduation is held on the Mt. SAC campus each June to honor students receiving their high school diploma. Credits for required courses and/or electives may be awarded in the following ways: Adult School Courses (accredited institutions only) Previous High School Courses (accredited institutions only) Work Experience (verification required) Community College Credit Courses Training Programs (accredited institutions only)

Adult Basic Education

Students interested in entering the military may prepare for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) in the Adult Basic Education Lab. Students will be pre-tested and prescribed an individual education plan to cover deficient areas. The Adult Basic Education Lab offers excellent vocational preparation in the following software applications: MS Windows MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook) MS Publisher Quickbooks Internet Application Keyboarding

ASVAB Preparation

High School Referral Program, (909) 274-4937


Students earn deficient high school credits at the Adult Basic Education Center. Credits are transferred to their school of origin Students must obtain a referral form from their high school counselor Parents and students must attend a mandatory orientation, made by appointment ONLY, which must be completed prior to attending class Spring Session: February 27 - May 31, 2012 Please call for an orientation appointment. Program description and requirements:

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LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER


Building 6, Room 101 Lower Level of the Learning Technology Center (909) 274-4300 http://lac.mtsac.edu Center Hours: MTWTh: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) helps students succeed in college. The LAC offers courses in basic math, reading, writing, and study techniques. Services also include tutoring, a computer lab, and test monitoring. Students interested in more information should call (909) 274-4300. Registration is accepted any time the LAC is open.

SUPERVISED TUTORING
LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER / SUPERVISED TUTORING / THE WRITING CENTER
Building 6, Room 101 Lower Level of the Learning Technology Center (909) 274-6605 Center Hours: MTWTh: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tutorial Services provides free individual tutoring to students in English, math, and other subjects. Study groups are available for a range of courses, including foreign languages, sciences, and nursing. Additionally, Tutorial Services provides supplemental instruction in over 20 courses.

Drop-in Tutoring

Tutoring

Tutorial Services in the LAC offers tutoring for multiple subjects. Please see the section on Supervised Tutoring for more details.

Tutors in English and math are on duty during regular hours. Drop-in and appointments for writing tutoring are available. Students are encouraged to build study time around their classes ideally with a tutor into their daily academic schedule.

Learning Lab

Study Groups

The Learning Lab is a computer-media lab available for all credit and noncredit students. Workshops are offered by appointment to assist students who want more instruction on word processing, E-mail, database/web research, Power Point and course-related materials. 98 PCs and 48 MACs along with computer technical assistance are available for students. Registration for use of the lab is necessary every semester. Students are required to present a current student picture I.D. at the front desk to access the Lab.

Sessions are designed to give students more focused, small group time with course material. Groups of two or more students are encouraged to keep regular group meetings with a tutor for a maximum of two hours per session. Register at Tutorial Services counter. For more information, please call (909) 274-6605.

THE WRITING CENTER


Building 26B, 1561A www.writingcenter.mtsac.edu (909) 274-5325 Center Hours: MTWTh: 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. FSa: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. The Writing Center offers free services to all students who would like help with writing. Students need to bring a current MT.SAC ID to access all services.

Skills Development Lab

Offers individualized material in the following subjects: reading comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, elementary math, algebra review, English grammar and study techniques (note-taking, test preparation and test-taking). Improve the following skills: time management and study strategies, effective listening, note-taking, informal outlining, how to read a textbook, memory improvement principles and test-taking techniques. Offers individualized material for students who need a short-term review of math, reading, English usage and grammar skills. Prepares students for reading college material. Emphasizes the mastery of reading comprehension skills and vocabulary improvement. A readiness course designed to increase the mastery of basic writing skills to a level which will permit the student to complete college writing assignments. . Improves proficiency of computational skills in operations involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals, proportions and percentages.

Study Techniques

Tutoring

Short-Term Review

The Center provides one-on-one tutoring in writing for any course at the College; CRLA certified tutors and at least one experienced composition teacher are present at all times. Students can sign up for appointments or take advantage of walk-in tutoring.

Improving Reading Comprehension

Workshops

Improving Writing Skills

The Writing Center offers a variety of workshops to help students with common writing issues, such as sentence level errors, thesis statements, essay planning and organization, and beginning college research. These workshops are 60-75 minutes and are taught by instructors.

Computer Lab

Math Skills Review

The Writing Center computer lab is available for students to write papers, conduct library and Internet research, and develop their grammar and rhetorical skills using self-directed educational software. Professional software is also available to allow students to create presentations. Printing (including color), scanning, and technical assistance are available as well. A tutor is also usually available in the lab to answer questions as students work on their writing assignments.
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NONCREDIT CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY


NONCREDIT CERTIFICATES

Basic Skills

NONCREDIT CERTIFICATES IN OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING


California Community College Adult Education Programs are authorized to offer short-term vocational programs with high employment potential. The demonstration of need to offer these programs within the College service area is determined by manpower needs projections from the California Occupational Information System (COTS), or surveys of employer needs in the Continuing, or state licensing mandates and/or certification.

The Basic Skills Certificate of Competency provides courses and training in skills that will improve opportunities for students to obtain employment, advance in their careers or prepare for future advanced academic studies. Students will increase basic skills, i.e., reading, writing, math and computer skills, and progress in this sequence based on individual needs. Courses are offered days and evenings to accommodate work and personal schedules. For more information, please call (909) 274-4845.

Career Development

Career development provides students with information and guidance on college opportunities, careers and life planning. Students can apply skills gained to their current employment and personal lives and will improve their opportunities to advance in their careers or transition into a new career. This sequence of courses is offered days and evenings to accommodate adults with alternate schedules. For more information, please call (909) 274-4845.

What Are Occupational Training Certificates?


Certificates in a variety of vocational programs are available through the Continuing Education Division. Many of these certificate programs mirror those offered through the credit programs of the College, are favorably recognized by business and industry, and are frequently used as a requirement for professional advancement. Classes taken are noncredit, and do not generate college units toward a degree. Not all courses are offered every term. If a course needed for certificate completion is not offered in a timely manner, the course may be taken for credit and applied to the noncredit certificate. If the course you need is NOT being offered as a noncredit course, but you see it offered in the credit section of the class schedule, please contact the Division office at (909) 2744220 before registration begins. We will do our best to obtain a noncredit registration for you in the class. The Continuing Education Division also offers fee-based Certificate Programs. These include:

English as a Second Language


ESL students are placed within the following sequence of courses according to their English abilities. Students progress through this sequence based on individual need before transferring into credit courses or employment. Supplemental courses in speaking, writing and vocational language will assist their progress through the sequence and may be taken along with level classes as needed. Courses are offered all year long, including winter and summer intersession. Classes are offered days, evenings and weekends. For more information, please call (909) 274-5235.

Secondary Education

The High School Program provides all courses needed to satisfy requirements for a high school diploma. Students earning a high school diploma increase future employment and educational opportunities, including college and training programs. Completion of these courses will provide the student with a high school diploma. For more information, please call (909) 274-4845.

Guided tours of Mt. SACs Wildlife Sanctuary are available with advanced notice. The tours focus on the wonders of nature, exploring water and land ecosystems, studying plant animal habitats, and observing lake, pond, swamp and stream environments. There is a 10-person minimum required for this tour. Due to the enclosed space and narrow pathways at the sanctuary, there is a 30 person maximum. Tours are available at no cost; however, we would appreciate a donation to help offset the costs for the tour guides. Please contact Campus Events at (909) 594-5611, ext. 4794 to arrange for a tour. Tours are given during the fall and spring semesters only.

WILDLIFE SANCTUARY TOURS

Accounting/Bookkeeping CPR and First Aid Phlebotomy Medical Insurance Billing Specialist Make-up Artistry Water Technology Specific certificate content and more information can be found in the Continuing Education Schedule of Classes each semester or contact (909) 274-4220.

How to Finish an Occupational Certificate

In order for students to receive a Certificate of Completion, the student must do the following:

Register and pay material fees, if required, for desired classes Satisfactorily complete coursework, papers and projects, take and pass mid-terms and final with the equivalent of a C grade as outlined by each individual course syllabus When all courses are completed, submit a request to the Continuing Education Division Office, building 40.

If any courses for a noncredit certificate program have been taken for college credit, students must contact the Continuing Education Division office, (909) 274-4220, for instructions. Certificate criteria will be verified by Continuing Education Division staff. If all requirements are met, a Certificate of Completion will be prepared and delivered to the student.
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Getting Help

For more information regarding occupational training certificates, please call the Division office at (909) 274-4220. Educational Advisers are available to assist students with Career and Education Planning. Advisers are available by appointment during the semester. Please call (909) 274-4845 to schedule an appointment.

Office Technology: Administrative Assistant Level 1 Administrative Assistant Level 2 Data Entry Office Computer Applications Photographics: Computer Graphics Design / Photography Photography Special Needs Population: Job Readiness Skills Welding Technology: Welding Licensed Welder Welder with Concentration in Automotive Welding, Cutting and Modification Welder with Concentration in Gas Tungsten ARC Welding Welder with Concentration in Semiautomatic ARC Welding

NONCREDIT CERTIFICATES / JOB TRAINING & VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS

The following noncredit certificates are offered:


Accounting: Bookkeeping Computerized Payroll

Agricultural Sciences: Floral Design Horse Ranch Management Interior Landscaping Landscape and Park Maintenance Landscape Design and Construction Landscape Equipment Technology Landscape Irrigation Livestock Management Nursery Management Park Management Pet Science Sports Turf Management Tree Care and Maintenance Business Management: Business Management Level 1 Business Management Level 2 Business Management Level 3 Human Resource Management International Business Level 1 International Business Level 2 Retail Management Level 1 Retail Management Level 2 Retail Management Level 3 Small Business Management Level 1 Small Business Management Level 2 Small Business Management Level 3 Electronics: Computer and Networking Technology Level 1 Computer Systems Technology Electronic Assembly and Fabrication Electronic Systems Technology Level 1 Electronic Systems Technology Level 2 Electronic Technology Electronics and Computer-Engineering Technology Electronics Communications Industrial Electronics Health Careers: Certified Nursing Assistant Health Care Interpreting Manufacturing Technology: Manufacturing Technology MasterCAM Parametric Solid Modeling SurfCAM

JOB TRAINING AND VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE


VOC ADJ01 Administration of Justice System

History and philosophy of the justice system, subsystems, roles, relationships and theories of crime causation and correction. 4 2784 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jefferson, P 28B-204

VOC ADJ02 Principles and Procedures of the Justice System

Roles and responsibilities of each segment of the justice system; additional focus on relationships between system segments and sub-system procedures from initial incident to final disposition. 42786 T 3:35pm - 6:45pm Jefferson, P 28B-204 4 2785 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jefferson, P 28B-204

VOC ADJ03 Concepts of Criminal Law

Provides an overview of California criminal law from the perspective of the law enforcement officer. 42787 M 8:00am - 11:10am Heard, L 28B-204 42788 Th 3:35pm - 7:00pm Heard, L 28B-207

VOC ADJ04 Legal Aspects of Evidence

Introduction to criminal evidence, including admissibility, witness competency, priviledged communication, hearsay and collection and preservation of evidence. 42789 Th 8:00am - 11:10am Heard, L 28B-204

VOC ADJ05 Community Relations

A comprehensive exploration of community problems designed for individuals in public service with major emphasis on community-oriented policing. Reviews public service image, diversity issues, human relations and reactions, crisis areas and confrontations with the public. 4 2791 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jefferson, P 28B-204

VOC ADJ06 Concepts of Enforcement Services

Responsibilities, techniques and methods of police patrol with emphasis on the basic knowledge required in handling common police occurrences. 42792 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, K 28B-210

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VOC ADJ13 Concepts of Traffic Services

Study of traffic management, collision reconstruction, collision factors including law violations and human factors, collision evidence, traffic enforcement techniques and specilization in traffic management. Emphasis is placed on service to the motoring public. 42793 M 3:35pm - 6:45pm Sweet, W 28B-207

MT. SAC FARM TOURS


A guided tour of the Mt. SAC farm is available with advanced notice. Each tour is unique and can include such animals as sheep, pigs, cattle, horses, llama, emu, miniature horses, zebu (miniature Brahma), and Watusi (African longhorn cattle). The tour takes approximately one hour. Please limit the group size to 60 people (or two classrooms of students). Tours are available at no cost; however, we would appreciate a donation to help offset the costs for the tour guides. Please contact Campus Events at (909) 274-4794 or the Agricultural Sciences Department at (909) 274-4540, to arrange for a tour.

VOC ADJ20 Principles of Investigation

Fundamentals of investigation including crime scene search and recording; collection and preservation of physical evidence; modus operandi; scientific aids; sources of information; interviews and interrogation; follow-up and case preparation. 42794 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Nichol, M 28B-210

VOC ADJ59 Gangs and Corrections

Exploration of contemporary gang issues. Street and prison gang dynamics and characteristics. Role of law enforcement/corrections. 42796 F 8:00am - 11:10am Meredith, D 28B-204 42795 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sweet, W 28B-204

BUSINESS ACCOUNTING
VOC BA11 Fundamentals of Accounting

VOC ADJ68 Administration of Justice Report Writing

Techniques for proper documentatin of crime reports and related law enforcement records. Use of simulations and role-playing. 42797 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Heard, L 28B-210

AGRICULTURE: GENERAL SUBJECTS


VOC AGG01 Food Production, Land Use and Politics - A Global Perspective

Accounting vocabulary and theory, equations to solve word problems, percentages, simple and compound interest, payroll, business taxes, present value, investments, inventory, depreciation, financial statement analysis and ratios. 42872 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Freeland, E 18-17

VOC BA53 Ten-Key Calculations

Surveys the worlds food producing systems in terms of economic, political and cultural forces. Emphasizes ethical, sustainable food producing agriculture. 43068 M 6:00pm - 9:10pm Garwick, J 80-1331

Operation of electronic calculators by the touch method to solve business and accounting problems. Focuses on the application of calculator features to specific business concepts including banking records, payroll, invoice pricing and inventory. 42873 Th 6:00pm - 10:10pm Dave, K 18-9

AGRICULTURE: ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE


VOC AGR01 Horticultural Science

VOC BA68 Business Mathematics

Reviews addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, percentages, fractions, sign numbers, equations and problem solving. 42874 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Freeland, E 18C-1

The basic horticulture skills and techniques for use in gardening, nursery and landscape applications. Emphasis on propagation, cultural practices, and the study of plant relationships, structure, growth and development. 42899 TTh 9:20am - 10:45am Lannom, D 80-1331 42898 MW 1:45pm - 3:10pm Garwick, J 80-1331 42901 TTh 1:45pm - 3:10pm Garwick, J 80-1331 42900 Th 6:00pm - 9:10pm Dugas, S 80-1331

VOC BA71 Financial Planning

VOC AGR24 Integrated Pest Management

Personal financial planning for students who wish to understand their own finances or assist others in money management. Topics include income taxes, consumer credit, budgeting, home ownership, banking functions, insurance, retirement planning, investing and time value of money. 42876 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Heimann, T 18-11 42877 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, G 16-11

Identifies common agricultural pests in Southern California and analyzes physical, biological and chemical pest control principles and practices. Streses use, safety, equipment, laws and regulations of pesticides. 43069 W 5:30pm - 10:00pm Scott, B 80-1421 and arrange 1 hour Scott, B

VOC BA72 Bookkeeping/Accounting

Fundamental bookkeeping and accounting principles including the accounting cycle for service and merchandising companies, cash management, payroll and special journals. Computerized simulations and completion of a practice set. 42879 MW 7:00pm - 9:30pm Alcala, P 18C-1

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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
VOC BM20 Principles of Business

FOSTER/KINSHIP EDUCATION
In cooperation with Citrus Community College, this program is designed to provide information and support to foster parents, relative caregivers, social workers and group home staff working with children in and out of home care. For more information, please call Citrus College at (626) 857-4046.

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Overview of business and its functions, background, development, organization and opportunities. Business terms, current trends, methods, contemporary and future problems, and current business practices are covered. 42888 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Barron, S 18D-2 42886 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Hischar, P 18D-2 42884 MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Watson, D 18D-2 42885 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Barron, S 18D-2 42889 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hischar, P 18D-1

VOC GRP12 Advanced Photo Editing with PhotoShop

VOC BM51 Principles of Intl Business

An overview of the rapidly changing international business environment, designed to provide a global perspective. Introduces global viewpoints across the full spectrum of business functions, including but not limited to: accounting, finance, human resources, management, operations, production, purchasing and strategic planning. 42890 MW 9:45am - 11:10am Jagodka, R 18D-1

Adobe Photoshop Extended software skills and techniques for the creative photorealistic imagery commonly used in photography, commercial design, printing and publishing, the Internet and multimedia authoring production. 42910 T 8:00am - 10:05am Ammirato, J 21-21 and Th 8:00am - 11:10am Ammirato, J 21-21

VOC GRP20 Applying Photos and Images in Multimedia

VOC BM60 Human Relations in Business

Behavior, personality, self-management, self-development and elementary business psychology as an aid to furthering the students business advancement and lifelong learning. Class discussions focus on the students understanding of intrapersonal and interpersonal effectiveness with emphasis on communications, motivation, leadership and other related areas. 42891 M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sandhu, S 18D-2

Multimedia graphics software skills and production techniques for combining text, image, audio, video, animation and scripting media to author multimedia projects commonly created for self-expression, entertainment, commercial design, the Internet and multimedia production. 42912 T 3:00pm - 5:05pm Cooper, H 21-22 and Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Cooper, H 21-22

VOC GRP8 Digital Media

VOC BM62 Human Resource Management

Direction of people including guidance, control, supervisory problems, training, job analysis, interviewing testing, rating and other functions involving human resources. Designed to improve the overall understanding of the relationship between the individual and the business organization. 42896 TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Hischar, P 18D-1 42892 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Hischar, P 18D-1

Introductory course for all disciplines interested in learning scientific concepts, terminology and basic techniques used to produce digital media content. Includes software such as Adobe Photoshop, Apple iPhoto and iMovie, and computer and other electronic hardware techniques necessary to acquire, store, edit, transfer or output digital media files. 42906 T 8:00am - 10:05am Mezquita, J 21-22 and Th 8:00am - 11:10am Mezquita, J 21-22 42907 T 11:30am - 1:35pm Mezquita, J 21-22 and Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Mezquita, J 21-22

VOC BM66 Small Business Management

Practical problems encountered in organizing and operating a small business enterprise: initiating the business, financial and administrative control, legal and government relationships and other related considerations. 42893 MW 8:00am - 9:25am Jagodka, R 18D-1 42897 Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sandhu, S 18D-1

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS


VOC CS11 Computer Keyboarding

COMPUTER GRAPHICS
VOC GRP10 Photoshop Imagery

Formerly VOC CP01Develops alpha and numeric keyboarding skills on a personal computer at a straight-copy rate of 25 to 40 gross words a minute, with a predetermined error limit. Includes keyboarding of letters, tables and manuscripts. 42882 TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Erbe, C 18-7 42881 TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Carr, J 18-5

Adobe Photoshop software skills, techniques and digital workflow practices from digital image editing and retouching to the composited imagery commonly created for using photography, commercial design, printing and publishing, the Internet and multimedia authoring production. 42908 M 8:00am - 10:05am Ammirato, J 21-21 and W 8:00am - 11:10am Ammirato, J 21-21 42909 M 11:30am - 1:35pm Ammirato, J 21-21 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Ammirato, J 21-21 42911 T 7:00pm - 9:05pm Fernandez, M 21-21 and Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Fernandez, M 21-21

COMPUTER AND NETWORK TECHNOLOGY


VOC CNT50 PC Servicing

PC and peripheral servicing techniques, preventative maintenance, hardware configurations, software configurations, software diagnostics, and the use of test equipment. 42798 M 8:00am - 11:10am Miller, K 28B-401 and M 11:30am - 2:40pm Miller, K 28B-401 42799 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miranda, C 28B-401 and W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miranda, C 28B-401

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CORRECTIONAL SCIENCES
JOB TRAINING & VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS
VOC CRS30 Ethnic Relations in Correction

VOC EL50A Electronic Circuits (DC)

A historical survey of minority roles, problems and relationships in America. Stresses cultural and racial differences and interpersonal relationships of correctional staff and clients. 42800 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ellis, R 28B-203\

Direct Current (DC electrical circuits and their applications. 42803 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Denny, J 28B-405 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Denny, J 28B-405 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 42804 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Hymer, J 28B-401 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Hymer, J 28B-401 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012

ELECTRONIC CABLING AND WIRING


VOC EST52 Fabrication Techniques for Cable Installations

VOC EL50B Electronic Circuits (AC)

Fabrication techniques used in the installation of home theater, computer networks, home automation, and other low voltage system applications. Emphasis on hand and power tools, construction methods and materials as they apply to cable and wire installations. Prepares students for the California State Contractors C-7 low voltage systems license. 42817 T 8:00am - 11:10am Moxley, D IDHL-14 and T 11:30am - 2:40pm Moxley, D IDHL-14 NOTE: The above class meets off campus at The Village at Indian Hill (entrance #3), 1460 East Holt., Pomona. For more information call 909274-4750.

Alternating Current (AC) electrical circuits and their applications. 42805 MW 8:00am - 11:10am Denny, J 28B-405 and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Denny, J 28B-405 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42806 TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Hymer, J 28B-401 and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Hymer, J 28B-401 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012 42807 T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Olague, J 28B-403 and Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Olague, J 28B-403

VOC EL54B Industrial Electronic Systems

VOC EST56 Home Theater, Home Integration and Home Security Systems

Expands on circuit theory and demonstrates systems application of industrial electronics. 42808 Th 8:00am - 1:30pm Uranga, J 28B-412

Home theater, home integration and other home management systems. Emphasis on home theater, home management PLCs, security hardware and programming and the installation and servicing of such systems. Prepares students for the California State Contractors C-7 low voltage systems license. 42819 T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Uranga, J IDHL-16 and Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Uranga, J IDHL-16 NOTE: The above class meets off campus at The Village at Indian Hill (entrance #3), 1460 East Holt., Pomona. For more information call 909274-4750.

VOC EL55 Microwave Communications

Microwave components, circuit theory and their applications. 42809 M 8:00am - 11:10am Hymer, J and M 11:30am - 2:40pm Hymer, J

28B-410 28B-410

VOC EL56 Digital Electronics

VOC EST64 Electronic Troubleshooting 2

Troubleshooting advanced electronic video circuits and systems to component level. Includes digital TV and HDTV (plasma, LCD, DLP). 42820 M 8:00am - 11:10am Garcia Dena, J IDHL-16 and M 11:30am - 2:40pm Garcia Dena, J IDHL-16 NOTE: The above class meets off campus at The Village at Indian Hill (entrance #3), 1460 East Holt., Pomona. For more information call 909274-4750.

Combinational and sequential logic circuits emphasizing number systems, binary math, basic gats, Boolean algebra, etc. 42813 T 8:00am - 11:10am Harsany, S 28B-405 and T 11:30am - 2:40pm Harsany, S 28B-405 42814 M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miller, K 28B-401 and W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Miller, K 28B-401

VOC EL61 Electronic Assembly and Fabrication

Assembly and fabrication techniques in basic soldering, de-soldering and surface mount technology. 42815 W 5:00pm - 6:59pm Denny, J 28B-206 and W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Denny, J 28A-213

ELECTRONICS
VOC EL11 Technical Applications in Microcomputers

VOC EL74 Microprocessor Systems

Use of the personal computer (PC) in electronics for technically related applications. Includes word processing, spreadsheet, database, computer presentation methods, email and job searches. 42801 M 8:00am - 1:15pm Uranga, J 28B-108

Emphasizes the software/hardware architecture for the typical microprocessor environment. 42816 W 8:00am - 11:10am Christ, J 28B-403 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Christ, J 28B-403

ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY


VOC EDT11 Technical Engineering - Drawing 1

VOC EL12 Computer Simulation and Troubleshooting

Use of the personal computer for simulation and troubleshooting of analog and digital circuits. National Instruments Multisim software will be used for circuit analysis, value substitution and fault diagnostics. 42802 M 5:00pm - 9:15pm Denny, J 28B-108

Basic skills for a solid foundation in the Engineering Drawing or ComputerAided Design fields. Involves application, basic sketch, theories and design processes used in engineering and industrial drawings. Completion of a portfolio is a requirement of this course. 42821 TTh 7:50am - 11:00am Lizarraga, M 28B-310 42822 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Galloway, K 28B-310

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VOC EDT12 Technical Engineering - Drawing 2

Advanced applications, automated techniques, dimensioning, tolerancing, fasteners, piping, circuit board design, theory used in engineering and industrial drawings. Students will complete a set of working drawings in either manual or CAD for inclusion in a portfolio. 42823 TTh 7:50am - 11:00am Lizarraga, M 28B-310 42824 TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Galloway, K 28B-310

VOC MF38 MasterCAM 1

Use MasterCAM software to create wire-frame part geometry, add tool paths and create CNC code for CNC mills and CNC lathes. 42843 T 6:00pm - 10:10pm Vo, C 28A-102A

JOB TRAINING & VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS

VOC MF38B Advanced MasterCAM

VOC EDT18 Engineering CAD Applications

Intermediate CAD for engineering, explores the 2-D and 3-D environments, 3-D parametric solid modeling, file manipulation related to Windows platforms. 42828 MW 3:40pm - 6:50pm Lizarraga, M 28B-308 42830 M 6:00pm - 9:10pm STAFF 28A-102K and W 6:00pm - 9:10pm STAFF 28A-102K

Use MasterCAM software to create wire-frame 3D/multi-axis part geometry, add tool paths, and create CNC code for CNC mills and CNC lathes. 42845 T 6:00pm - 10:10pm Vo, C 28A-102A

VOC MF85 Manual CNC Operations

Theory and practice in manually developing CNC programs. Methods of transmitting data to CNC machines and physical set-up and operations of CNC equipment. 42848 W 6:00pm - 10:10pm Vo, C 28A-102A

FLORAL DESIGN
VOC AGR25 Floral Design 1

PHOTOGRAPHY
VOC PHO01 Laboratory Studies - Black and White Photography

Application of principles in the art of floral design as to form, style and composition. Designing of floral arrangements, wreaths, sprays, baskets, bouquets, wedding flowers and corsages are included in the laboratory setting. 43066 T 6:00pm - 10:00pm Tucker, R 80-1200 NOTE: Semester cost of flowers and supplies is $250. Fees must be paid at the Bursars office, Building 9A, prior to the first class meeting. Receipt must be presented to the instructor at the first class meeting.

Extended black and white laboratory experiences to supplement those available in the regular program. Provides students the opportunity to pursue more advanced projects and experiments. 42659 T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Chapman, C 21-15

VOC PHO04 Digital Cameras and Composition

VOC AGR26 Floral Design 2

Continued application of principles in the art of floral design. Contemporary design theory emphasizing creativity, self-expression and professional design situations. 43067 W 6:00pm - 10:00pm Tucker, R 80-1200 NOTE: Semester cost of flowers and supplies is $250. Fees must be paid at the Bursars office, Building 9A, prior to the first class meeting. Receipt must be presented to the instructor at the first class meeting.

Use of digital cameras, lenses, filters and exposure to compose quality photographs. Shooting assignments are given for analysis in class. Camera will be required after the second week. 42660 T 3:00pm - 5:05pm Engle, D 21-17 and SSu 8:00am - 4:00pm Engle, D 21-17 1 Weeks, Week beginning 03/06/2012 ending 03/11/2012

VOC PHO10 Basic Digital and Film Photography

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
VOC MF10 Mathematics and Blueprint

The basic mechanical, optical and chemical principles of photography, including digital image systems. Laboratory experience involves problems related to camera and image output techniques. 42662 M 8:00am - 10:05am Mezquita, J 21-22 and W 8:00am - 11:10am Mezquita, J 21-22

Applications of mathematical principles, including fractions, decimals, ratio and proportion, geometry and trigonometry to manufacturing problems and their solutions. Reading and interpreting part drawings, assembly drawings and sketches used in the manufacturing industry. 42831 Th 6:00pm - 9:10pm Vo, C 28B-104

VOC PHO11 Advanced Professional Photography

VOC MF11 Manufacturing Processes 1

Manual and computerized manufacturing, manual lathes and mills, tool nomenclature and Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) operations. Operation of CNC machines. 42832 T 6:00pm - 10:10pm Deas, G 28A-102H

Professional photographic techniques. Includes studio and field assignments related to problems encountered while professionally photographing people and products. Topics include medium and large format film and digital cameras, computer basics for professional photographers and studio lighting. Students must furnish a digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera. Field Trips may be required. 42663 M 9:00am - 2:40pm Hartman, L 21-15 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Hartman, L 21-15

VOC PHO12 Photographic Alternatives

VOC MF12 Manufacturing Processes 2

The study of manufacturing equipment and manufacturing processes. Theory and practice in milling operations, tooling setup, metallurgy, heat treatment, precision grinding and basic tool design. 42841 Th 6:00pm - 10:10pm Deas, G 28A-102H

Explores the use of continuous tone and alternative black and white techniques and processes. Emphasis will be on solving photographic problems through the use of current techniques such as montage printing, Polaroid and xerographic applications, hand coloring and emulsion coating (cyanotype, Luminous/Liquid Light) as well as other special techniques. 42664 M 8:00am - 10:05am Chapman, C 21-17 and W 8:00am - 11:10am Chapman, C 21-17

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VOC PHO18 Portraiture and Wedding Photography

VOC WL40 Introduction to Welding

Techniques and photographic procedures for taking informal, formal, environmental and group portraits. In-depth study and practice in professional wedding photography. 42666 T 6:30pm - 8:35pm Engle, D 21-15 and Th 6:30pm - 9:40pm Engle, D 21-15

Fundamentals of welding processes related to the areas of fabrication, construction, machine tool, aerospace and the transportation industries. 42854 Th 8:00am - 8:59am Eisley, B 69-11 and Th 9:00am - 12:15pm STAFF 69-11 42855 F 1:20pm - 5:35pm Douangchampa, F 69-11 42856 T 6:00pm - 10:15pm Osendorf, D 69-11

VOC PHO20 Color Photography

An introduction to current methods of producing color media, color negatives, positive transparencies and outputting color prints. 42667 M 11:30am - 1:35pm Chapman, C 21-17 and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Chapman, C 21-17

VOC WL50 Oxyacetylene Welding

Oxyacetylene fusion welding, non-fusion welding and cutting. Develops understanding of and fundamental skills in modern welding practices. 42857 T 8:00am - 12:15pm Eisley, B 69-11

VOC PHO30 Commercial and Illustrative Photography

VOC WL51 Basic Electric Arc Welding

Application of photographic principles to commercial and illustrative photography. Practical experience in studio product photogaphy, illustration, fashion and architectural photography. areas of promotion and pricing will be covered. Both black and white and color media will be used. 42668 T 11:30am - 1:35pm Cook, D 21-15 and Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Cook, D 21-15

Basic electric arc welding, weld symbols, standard electrode and alloy electrode selection, American Welding Society (AWS) procedure for certification. 42858 W 8:00am - 12:15pm Garcia, D 69-11 42859 F 6:00pm - 10:15pm Mulick, B 69-11

TECHNICIAN TRAINING
VOC TCH60 Customer Relations for the Technician

VOC WL53A Welding Metallurgy

Customer relations (soft skills) for the technician, including benefits of knowing and using effective customer contact tools, proper customer interactions, ethics and maintaining customer satisfaction. 42849 T 8:00am - 10:05am Uranga, J 28B-108 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 42850 M 7:00pm - 9:05pm STAFF 28B-404 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

Designed for students seeking a career in welding and welding inspection. Covers structure of matter, chemical, physical and mechanical properties of metals, principles of alloying, solid state diffusion, plastic deformation and heat treatment. 42860 W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Garcia, D 69-11

VOC WL70A Beginning Arc Welding

THEATRE
VOC THR15 Play Rehearsal/Performance

Develops manipulative skills and techniques for the beginning student welder on the shield metal arc (SMAW) and the flux cored arc (FCAW) welding processes in the flat and horizontal positions, using AC and DC welding currents on carbon steel. 42861 MW 1:00pm - 4:40pm Eisley, B 69-11 42862 TTh 6:15pm - 9:55pm Garcia, D 69-11

VOC WL70B Intermediate Arc Welding

Participation under faculty supervision in the planning, preparation and presentation of college-sponsored dramatic presentations. Emphasis on acting with some technical theatre assignments. 42657 MTWTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Burgos, M 2-T130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 02/27/2012 ending 04/22/2012 42658 MTWTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Eastman, R 2-T130 8 Weeks, Week beginning 04/23/2012 ending 06/17/2012

A continuation of Beginning Arc Welding (VOC WL70A). Emphasis is on welding high alloy steel with both SMAW and FCAW processes in the vertical and overhead positions. Designed to refine previously acquired welding skills. 42863 S 8:30am - 12:00pm Garcia, D 69-11 and S 1:00pm - 4:45pm Garcia, D 69-11

VOC WL70C Certification for Welders

WELDING
VOC WL30 Metal Sculpture

Study of building construction for the advanced arc welding student. Special emphasis will be placed on welding symbols and the American Welding Societys (AWS) D1.1 and D1.3. 42866 TTh 1:00pm - 4:55pm Garcia, D 69-11 42864 MW 5:00pm - 8:45pm Eisley, B 69-11

For students interested in art seeking the proper operation of welding processes related to the sculpting industry. Emphasizes the fundamentals of three-dimensional design. Includes demonstrations and exercises in welding as it relates to the art industry. 42853 Th 1:00pm - 2:04pm Eisley, B 69-11

VOC WL80 Fabrication and Construction Welding

Theory and practical applications of welding used in industry and construction. Designed to adapt and upgrade skills to industry standards and develop fabrication skills to supplement and augment welding skills. Includes project models such as ornamental iron gates and fences and material storage components. 42868 S 8:30am - 12:00pm Tapia, R 69-11 and S 1:00pm - 4:45pm Tapia, R 69-11

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VOC WL90A Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)


JOB TRAINING & VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS / DISABLED STUDENT PROGRAMS & SERVICES / ESL
Building 66 (Language Center), Lower Level Mt. SAC Campus (909) 274-5235 www.mtsac.edu/instruction/community/esl Our goal is to help you strengthen your English communication skills, assist you with your future college and career success, and support you as a member of the local and international community. Spring session: February 27 - June 16, 2012

Advanced level class in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW, also known as TIG) of steel, aluminum, CRES and exotic metals. All position welds with many surfaces and transitions. 42869 MW 6:15pm - 9:55pm Khattar, F 69-11

VOC WL90B Semiautomatic ARC Welding Process

An integrated review of Semiautomatic Welding Processes including Gas Megal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) with solid and tutular wires with and without gas shielding. Al position welds with many varying thickness will be covered. 42870 MW 6:15pm - 9:55pm Hernandez, G 69-11

VOC WL91 Automotive Welding, Cutting and Modification

Steps to Enrollment (New Students):

Instruction in the art of welding and cutting on metals commonly used in the automotive industry. Gas Metal Arc (MIG), Gas Tungsten Arc (GTAW), Plasma Arc cutting and oxyfuel cutting and welding will be covered. 42871 TTh 6:15pm - 9:55pm STAFF 69-11

WOODWORKING
VOC WL53Aclasses are now part of the fee classes for community eduWoodworking cation. Please check our Community Education website, communityed. mtsac.edu, for fee-based options. Thank you.

1. Come in person to ESL, Building 66, lower level. 2. Assessment and Placement Take an ESL placement test to assign the correct course level for your English ability. Testing is on Thursdays only. 3. Registration We will register you immediately after your placement test results. If classes are full, we will add you to a waiting list and contact you when space is available. Note: New student enrollment is on Thursdays only. Morning Classes: Evening Classes:

Testing times are:

DISABLED STUDENT PROGRAMS AND SERVICES


DSPS LRND1 Clinical Speech Instruction

Check-in begins 30 minutes before each test. Please allow 2 to 3 hours for testing, orientation, and registration. There will be no testing on holidays. For registration, call (909) 274-5235.

8:30 and 11:00 a.m. 4:30 and 7:00 p.m.

One of the following levels will be recommended:


Pre-level:
For students with no experience in English. Learn to recognize and use common English words.

Designed to accommodate individual and group instruction for adults with speech and/or learning problems. Includes individual evaluation and speech improvement plan. Disorders addressed include phonology, fluency, voice and resonance, hearing impairment, cerebral vascular accident and acquired brain injury. Instruction is not available for students with dialectal problems. 43089 T 11:30am - 6:00pm Walker, C 9B and F 8:30am - 4:30pm Walker, C 9B

Levels 1 & 2:

DSPS LRND2 High Tech Center Tutorial Assistance

Develop basic spoken and written English for everyday needs. Speak and write about personal interests and life experiences.

This class is for students with identified disabilities to utilize adaptive hardware and software in the High Tech Center that will assist them in succeeding in other courses. Through technology provided by the HTC, student will be given support, additional resources, assistance and strategies to succeed in their other classes. This class is designed as a transition or resource class for students eligible or nearing eligibility to advancement into other Mt. SAC courses. 43090 MTWThF 9:00am - 12:00pm Tunstall, C 16D and MTWTh 1:00pm - 6:00pm Tunstall, C 16D

Levels 3 & 4:

Build communication skills and monitor the language learning process. Increase conversational fluency, vocabulary development and grammar accuracy.

Levels 5 & 6:

DSPS LRND3 Adaptive Academic Preparation

Focus language learning toward personal academic and vocational goals. Integrate language skills with lifelong learning strategies necessary for successful transition into college credit programs and/or a vocation.

Prerequisite: Students must see a Brain Injury Specialist in Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPandS) and have acquired their injury after the age of 12 in order to be evaluated for the Brain Injury Program prior to registration for this class. This course is designed for students who have been accepted into the Brain Injury Program at Mt. SAC. These students can benefit from specialized instruction and the use of computer software to improve cognitive skills (attention, memory, reasoning, etc) needed for academic and/or vocational goals. 43091 MTWThF 9:00am - 12:00pm Tunstall, C 16D and MTWTh 1:00pm - 6:00pm Tunstall, C 16D

Other class options: Speaking Skills A, B, & C:

Listening and speaking including idioms and pronunciation for beginning (A), intermediate (B) and advanced (C) students..

Writing Skills A, B, & C:

Reading and writing including basic vocabulary, sentence, paragraph and simple essays for beginning (A), intermediate (B) and advanced (C) students.
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TOEFL: Preparation for the TOEFL Test (computer version) for advanced students. For information, call (909) 274-5235.

ESL / HEALTH CAREERS

Citizenship: Intensive preparation and practice for the U.S. Citizenship interview. For information call (909) 274-5235.

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT PROGRAM (CNA) ORIENTATION FOR SPRING 2012 CLASS
A detailed schedule of exact dates and times of classes will be provided at the orientation meeting. Mandatory Orientation for Summer 2012 class will be held during the Spring 2012 Semester. To receive notification of the date, time, and location of the orientation call the HCRC: (909) 274-4788.

VESL Career Paths: This program is designed to help advanced ESL students (Levels 5 & 6) to transition from noncredit ESL to credit or vocational certificate programs. It combines advanced ESL classes with computer classes and education/career planning classes. Students must successfully complete the two-semester program in order to receive a certificate. Contact the VESL Specialist at (909) 274-5236, for more information. Note: VESL classes are offered only in the Fall and Spring semesters for new students.

Health Careers Resource Center Available Services

Language Learning Center (LLC)

The Language Learning Center (LLC) offers a wide variety of language learning software, videos, DVDs and recordings to improve listening, speaking and pronunciation skills for the following languages: American Language Arabic Chinese English as a Second Language French German Italian Japanese Sign Language Spanish Open enrollment throughout the semester. Open to anyone. Register at the LLC front desk. ESL students may register in ESL registration office. Location: Learning Technology Center (Building 6, room 264). Enter through the south door, lower level. Dates: March 5 - June 9, 2012 Times: MTWTh: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. F: 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Sa: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Note: LLC is closed during the first and last week of the Spring semester. Get more information on our Web site at http://llc.mtsac.edu or call (909) 274-5235.

RN assistance in clinical skills practice and performance evaluation Medical and hospital equipment/supplies/manikins/ simulators/training aides for hands-on demonstrations and application of basic, intermediate and advanced skills Health Skills Performance Update/Evaluation Clinical simulations for Med-Surg, Psych, OB, Peds, Perioperative, Critical Care. METI Adult, & Child, Infant Human Patient Simulators

Self-Paced, Multisensory Learning Aides


Expansive Technology Library Medical/Nursing resource books, journals ADAM programs for anatomy and physiology review Mock computer adaptive testing programs for NCLEX-RN and PN State Board Exam preparation Computer instruction for gaining or remediating math, pharmacology, dosage calculation skills or medication administration skills Internet access for searching full-text article databases and access lists of pre-evaluated web sites Computerized virtual clinical simulation programs Medical terminology and bilingual media for International learners

Required Registration for the HCRC

HEALTH CAREERS
Health Careers Resource Center Mt. SAC Campus, Building 67B, Room 250 (909) 274-4788 The HCRC provides a state-of-the-art learning lab environment to: develop new health related skills/knowledge update prior or current knowledge participate in simulated clinical activities

HCRC registration is open during the entire semester to students who are concurrently enrolled in a credit or non-credit health occupation course. Prior to utilization of the HCRC, students must pre-register in the Continuing Education Division Registration Office, Building 40, Room 104. Registration receipt and current student identification must be brought to the HCRC on the first visit to complete the registration process.

Student Identification

Students must also bring their current MT. SAC PHOTO I.D. card to the center on each visit. I.D. cards are available for $10 at the Bursars Office (Bldg 9A).

The center is open to credit and noncredit health career students.

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Hours of Operation
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February 27, 2011 - June 15, 2011 MTWThF 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., M-Th 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., F R.N. is available during all open hours. VOC HTH05 Health Careers Resource Center

VOC CPBC2 Basic Computing - Level 2

HEALTH CAREERS / OLDER ADULT PROGRAM

Provides health occupational students with instructional media and health-related equipment to practice and improve nursing and other health occupation competencies. 43071 Associate Degree 67B 43074 Community Education 67B 43075 CNA / Acute CNA 67B 43076 Medical Services 67B 43077 Mental Health / Psychiatric 67B 43078 Respiratory Therapy 67B 43079 Radiology 67B 43072 Phlebotomy 67B 43073 Healthcare Int. 67B

Create documents in applications such a Microsoft Word; includes basic computer maintenance and problem-solving techniques. Advisory Preprequisite: VOC CPBC1 Computer Registration Dates and Locations: (All Computer classes including digital photography and Internet) Each person must register for himself/herself. Students may not register for anyone else. Students may register for only one class per site. Registration for new computer students is first come first served. Note: the student is permitted to take the computer class only two (2) times consecutively Walnut Senior Center 11/28/11 from 10:00-10:30 a.m. La Verne Community Center 11/29/11 from10:00-10:30 a.m. San Dimas Community Center 11/30/11 from10:00-10:30 a.m. West Covina Senior Center 12/1/11 from10:00-10:30 a.m. Diamond Bar Center 12/2/11, 11 from 10:00-10:30 a.m. 42921 TTh 8:30am - 10:00am Tom, A SD 42923 TTh 9:00am - 10:30am Mc Farlin-Stagg, Z WALT 42925 Th 9:00am - 12:00pm Rzonca, S LV 42924 MW 10:30am - 12:00pm Walter, K WCSCC 42922 M 1:00pm - 4:00pm Chang, L DBC

OLDER ADULT PROGRAM


Classes begin the week of February 27, 2012 and end June 17, 2012, unless stated otherwise. Mt. San Antonio College Continuing Education Division offers classes for older adults on campus and at various senior and community centers, and residential facilities throughout the area. Courses in this section are designed and developed to meet the educational needs of older adults. However, persons age 18 or over may enroll. For more information call (909) 274-4192.

VOC CPBC3 Basic Computing - Level 3

COMPUTER SKILLS
VOC CPBC1 Basic Computing - Level 1

Introduction to the personal computer, including terminology and basic computer operations in a Windows environment. Computer Registration Dates and Locations: (All Computer classes including digital photography and Internet) Each person must register for himself/herself. Students may not register for anyone else. Students may register for only one class per site. Registration for new computer students is first come first served. Note: the student is permitted to take the computer class only two (2) times consecutively Walnut Senior Center 11/28/11 from 10:00-10:30 a.m. La Verne Community Center 11/29/11 from10:00-10:30 a.m. San Dimas Community Center 11/30/11 from10:00-10:30 a.m. West Covina Senior Center 12/1/11 from10:00-10:30 a.m. Diamond Bar Center 12/2/11, 11 from 10:00-10:30 a.m. 42914 MW 9:00am - 10:30am Walter, K WCSCC 42916 W 9:00am - 12:00pm Smith, H DBC 42920 F 9:00am - 12:00pm Smith, H DBC 42913 MW 10:30am - 12:00pm Mc Farlin-Stagg, Z WALT 42915 TTh 10:30am - 12:00pm Mc Farlin-Stagg, Z WALT 42918 MW 12:00pm - 1:30pm Tom, A SD 42917 TTh 12:00pm - 1:30pm Tom, A SD 42919 Th 12:00pm - 3:00pm Rzonca, S LV

Software application skills including creative projects which introduce computer graphics. Advisory Prerequisite VOC CPBC2, Basic Computing - Level 2 Computer Registration Dates and Locations: (All Computer classes including digital photography and Internet) Each person must register for himself/herself. Students may not register for anyone else. S