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SANTA MONICA COLLEGE

WINTER 2019 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES


C O N N E CT I N G T H E S A N TA M O N I C A C O L L E GE C OM M U NIT Y
Stories of transformation and new possibilities from Santa Monica College’s bi-monthly newsletter.

PICO PROMISE LAUNCHES RANGER TO CORSAIR


DESIGNING THEIR FUTURES BRIGHT FUTURES
A trauma surgeon literally brought U.S.
It was a first for Santa Monica College: Gabriela Corona once made $7 an hour
Army veteran and SMC alum Oliver
18 students graduated with Bachelor of and had no thought of college, but life
Campbell back to life after he was seriously
Science degrees in Interaction Design. had a surprise in store. Arnold Cortez’s
wounded in Afghanistan. The miracle of
They were trained in design, user immigrant parents fully supported his
life regained brought Oliver to SMC, and
experience, and technology in a field decision to go to college, but couldn’t show
onward to Dartmouth as a neuroscience
with tons of possibilities. him the ropes. Pico Promise changed their
major, so he can save lives someday.
lives.

STEM INTERNS ACHIEVE


LIFTOFF BECAUSE THEY CARED A LEARNING AND HEALING
GARDEN
Maria Hernandez would not take no for an When DACA was rescinded, four SMC
employees — all immigrants or first- SMC’s Organic Learning Garden — one of
answer. Tehreem Raza came to SMC —
generation immigrants — came together the first at a California community college
from Saudi Arabia. They’re both building
to show undocumented students that they — teaches students how to grow food, and
bright futures in STEM, including gaining
cared, and launched the Undocumented helps them heal. And along with the plants,
real-world experiences through Base 11
Ally Program. Almost 200 of their fellow what grows in the garden is a deep spirit of
internships at Caltech, USC Viterbi, and
SMC colleagues signed up to become caring and community.
more.
allies.

READ THESE STORIES AND MORE


AT SMC.EDU/SMCINFOCUS
WINTER
2019
CONTENTS
• Degrees, Certificates, and Trasnfer 4
Preparations
• Special Programs and Support Services 5
• Other SMC Programs 5
• General Information
– Admission 6
WELCOME TO SMC STEPS TO BECOME – Enrollment 7
– Dates & Deadlines 7
If you don’t currently attend Santa Monica College,
fill out an application online at smc.edu/apply for AN SMC STUDENT – Fees 8
admission. Then sign up for classes online at your Applying to SMC and enrolling in classes is easy. Just
appointed date and time. Our campus is filled with follow these steps: – Payment Policy 9
dedicated people who want you to succeed, so if you – Financial Assistance 9
need help, please ask! APPLY • Winter 2019 Schedule of Classes 10
 o to smc.edu/apply, set up an OpenCCC
G Complete Listing of All Classes
TAKE A SHORTCUT TO account, and submit your SMC application. Once
BECOMING AN SMC STUDENT! you receive your SMC ID number by email, go • Planning Guides & Special Programs 38
Our Welcome Center offers new students assistance to smc.edu/cc to set up your Corsair Connect • Special Programs & Support Services 43
with enrollment, orientation, academic counseling, account
• Academic Policies 47
financial aid, and more. No appointment necessary —
just walk in the door! The Welcome Center (number PREPARE • College Policies 48
32 on the campus map) is located next to the Health Go to smc.edu/prep2test to prepare for English/ • Residency 49
Services Center. ESL and math assessment
• Parking & Transit Guide 52
FAST TRACK YOUR GENERAL ASSESSMENT • Financial Aid Guide 54
EDUCATION NEEDS  o to smc.edu/assessment for hours and
G • Map of Santa Monica College 56
Accelerate meeting your General Education requirements, then go to the Assessment Center
requirements by enrolling in special short-term (Liberal Arts 109) to complete the assessment
classes. See page 10 for class listings. process

FREE PARKING & SHUTTLE SERVICE ORIENTATION


You can park for free (with free decal) in the shuttle Complete your online orientation at
lot at the Bundy Campus and ride the free shuttle smc.edu/orientation
to other campuses. See page 52 or visit smc.edu/
transportation for the most current parking and transit COUNSELING AND MYEDPLAN
information. Go to smc.edu/ep to complete your education
plan and then meet with a counselor to discuss
STATEMENT OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY and customize your education plan
Santa Monica College is committed to equal
opportunity in all of its academic programs and is ENROLL
in compliance with Equal Opportunity standards as  o to smc.edu/classes to view course offerings,
G
required by Federal and State laws and District policy. then enroll in classes through Corsair Connect at
Unless specifically exempted by statute or regulation, smc.edu/cc
ALL SMC COURSES ARE OPEN TO ENROLLMENT AND
PARTICIPATION BY ANY PERSON WHO HAS BEEN
ADMITTED TO THE COLLEGE AND MEETS THE COURSE
PREREQUISITES.

Santa Monica College provides a variety of


support services to individuals with disabilities.
If you require a disability accommodation to Santa Monica College:
attend or participate in a class or event at SMC, please Changing Lives in the
contact Stephanie Schlatter at schlatter_stephanie@ Global Community Through
smc.edu or 310-434-4313 at least 5 business days in Excellence in Education
advance.
DEGREES, CERTIFICATES, &
TRANSFER PREPARATION
SMC offers Associate degrees, a specialized Bachelor degree, certificates of achievement, department certificates,
and rigorous preparation for transfer in a wide selection of areas of study. See the “Academic Programs” section
of the SMC catalog at smc.edu/catalog for complete details.

AREAS OF STUDY Engineering


English
Occupational Therapy
Office Technology
English – Noncredit Persian
Santa Monica College offers ESL – English as a Second Language Philosophy
courses in the following ESL – Noncredit Photography
Entertainment Technology Photovoltaic Installation
areas of study:
Environmental Science Physics
Accounting Environmental Studies Physiology
Administration of Justice Ethnic Studies Political Science
African and Middle Eastern Studies Fashion Design and Merchandising Political Science – Noncredit
American Sign Language Film Production Portuguese
Anatomy Film Studies Professional Courses in Kinesiology/Physical Education
Animation First Aid Psychology
Anthropology French Public Policy
Arabic General Education Recycling and Resource Management
Art General Science Religious Studies
Art History Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Respiratory Therapy
Asian Studies Geography Russian
Astronomy Geology Science
Athletic Coaching German Sociology
Automotive Technology Global Studies Spanish
Bicycle Maintenance – Noncredit Graphic Design Student Activities
Biological Sciences Health Education Studio Arts
Biology Health Education – Noncredit Theatre Arts
Botany Hebrew Transfer
Broadcasting History Turkish
Business Humanities Urban Studies
Business – Noncredit Interaction Design Varsity Intercollegiate Athletics
Chemistry Interior Architectural Design Women’s Studies
Chinese Italian Zoology
Communication Studies Japanese
Computer Information Systems Journalism SMC also offers pre-professional
Computer Science Kinesiology/Physical Education
Cosmetology
advising for:
Korean
Counseling Latin American Studies Chiropractic
Counseling – Disabled Student Services Liberal Arts Dental
Counseling – Disabled Student Services – Noncredit Library Studies Dental Hygiene
Counseling – Noncredit Linguistics Law
Dance Mathematics Medical
Digital Media Media Studies Pharmacy
Early Childhood Education Microbiology Physical Therapy
Early Childhood Education – Noncredit Music Teacher Preparation
Economics Nursing – Registered Nurse Veterinary
Education Nursing – Noncredit
Energy Efficiency Nutrition and Dietetics

4
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
& SUPPORT SERVICES
Santa Monica College offers many special programs
and support services to assist you in reaching your
education goals (see the listings starting on page 43
for more information).

Special programs include:


Adelante Program
African American Collegian Center
Air Force ROTC
Black Collegians Program OTHER SMC
CalWORKs
Career Technical Education (CTE)
Center for Environmental & Urban Studies (CEUS) PROGRAMS
Center for Students with Disabilities (DSPS)
Corsair Intercollegiate Athletics
Distance Education/Online Classes In addition to its academic and transfer preparation programs, Santa Monica College offers the
Dream Program community a variety of other programs and services that support lifelong learning.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS) &
NONCREDIT (ADULT EDUCATION) PROGRAMS
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) Free noncredit courses and student support services for adult learners seeking opportunities for career
First Year Experience (FYE) Program development, college preparation, and/or lifelong learning.
Guardian Scholars Program (GSP) • English as a second language (ESL)
High School Programs • Short-term vocational and workforce preparation courses and certificates
• Programs and activities for older adults at SMC Emeritus
International Education Center
• Flexible open entry/open exit course offerings
Internship Program Call 310-434-3403 or 310-434-4115 for details.
Latino Center
Mentor Program in the Arts
SMC COMMUNITY EDUCATION & SMC EXTENSION
Pico Promise Program
• More than 450 low-cost classes, seminars, and workshops each semester
Santa Monica College Promise Program
• Classes in everything from watercolor techniques to culinary arts to yoga
Scholars Program • Professional certificate and continuing education programs
SMC Outreach & Recruitment See commed.smc.edu or call 310-434-3400 for information.
STEM Program
Student Employment Program SMC EMERITUS/NONCREDIT OLDER ADULT PROGRAM
Study Abroad Programs
Free noncredit adult education courses specifically designed to meet the interests of older adults.
Supplemental Instruction Program Check smc.edu/emeritus or call 310-434-4306 for program information.
Teacher Academy at SMC
Undocumented Ally Program
Veterans Resource Center
WORKFORCE & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SMC’s Workforce and Economic Development Office (W&ED) helps develop the skilled workforce the
region needs to compete successfully in today’s global market.
Support services include:
• Customized training programs and services
Campus Police & Student/Staff Escort Service • Pre-employment training in basic and job-specific skills
Campus Store (formerly SMC Bookstore) • Post-employment training to upgrade employee skill levels
Career Services Center • Concurrent employment training to update and expand employee professional and managerial skills
Center for Wellness & Wellbeing For more information, see smc.edu/workforcedevelopment or call 310-434-4199.
Child Care Services
Computer Labs & Services
Corsair Newspaper SMC STUDENT EMAIL PARKING & TRANSPORTATION
Counseling Santa Monica College uses Google Gmail to provide For parking, maps, and transportation information,
Food Services each SMC student with a FREE permanent email please see page 52 or go to smc.edu/transportation
Health Services Center address (as long as Google is the email provider). for the latest details. Use corsaircommute.com to
Library Go to smc.edu/google to set up your account. find the best way to get to campus.
Office of Student Life and the Associated Students CHECK YOUR GMAIL ACCOUNT OFTEN, as this is
(A.S.) where SMC will send all official communication
ALCOHOL, SMOKING, & DRUGS
Ombudsperson from the College to you.
California state law prohibits the use, sale,
SMC John Drescher Planetarium possession, or being on campus under the
SMC Pete & Susan Barrett Art Gallery FINANCIAL AID influence of alcohol or of any controlled substance.
SMC Photography Gallery Students who need financial help to pursue their (Cal. Ed. Code §§ 76032-76033). Smoking —
Transfer/Counseling Center education should see the information on page including the use of e-cigarettes or vaporizers
Tutoring Services 54 or visit the Financial Aid website at smc.edu/ — is also not permitted at Santa Monica College,
financialaid. with the exception of outdoor areas temporarily
Welcome Center
designated as smoking areas.
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GENERAL
If you have been disqualified from SMC more
than once, you will be required to take a break from
attending SMC for up to a maximum of one year.

INFORMATION
For further information, please see an SMC counselor.

ASSESSMENT
SPECIAL NOTICE: How SMC places students in courses
will be changing in early 2019. Students who graduated
from high school in the United States will be able to

Admission prepare an education plan (see smc.edu/myedplan for


details). Once done, you will be able to enroll for classes
use their high school GPA, coursework, and grades
earned in selected classes to get placed into English
through Corsair Connect at smc.edu/cc on the date and and math courses. Once a decision is made, students
ADMISSIONS & RECORDS time of your enrollment. There is NO need to come to will be notified about the new system when they apply
OFFICE HOURS campus to enroll. to SMC and prior to enrollment. HOWEVER, assessment
Monday & Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. information presented in THIS schedule of classes
International Students applies to admission and enrollment in the winter 2019
Tuesday & Wednesday: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Santa Monica College defines an “international session.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Hours subject to change without notice. Please go to student” as a student attending the College while in F-1 Location & Testing Hours
smc.edu/admissions for updates. or F-2 visa status. The international student application
The Assessment Center, located in Room 109 of the
is available online (go to smc.edu/iapp). Please visit
Liberal Arts building, offers testing services on a walk-
ENROLLMENT BY WEB smc.edu/international for additional information about
in, first-arrival basis. Testing hours are Monday and
Monday – Sunday: 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. the application process and deadline dates, tuition and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday
Web (Corsair Connect): smc.edu/cc fees, and support services for F-1 and F-2 students. For from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
the winter 2019 session, applications for out-of-country Please check our website (smc.edu/assessment) or call
WHO MAY ENROLL applicants must be submitted by October 15, 2018; and 310-434-8040 for up-to-date information on office and
You may enroll at Santa Monica College if you: applications for in-country applicants who already have testing hours. Note that there may be an extensive wait
• Have graduated from high school, or an F-1 or F-2 visa must be submitted by November 15, during heavy testing periods.
2018. To receive assessment services, you must have
• Are 18 years of age or older, or
• If you have F-1 status from another school, you may already applied for SMC admission, and must present
• Are 16 years of age or older and submit an official
“Student Score Report” for passing the California enroll at SMC on a limited basis. Please consult with a valid government-issued photo identification (e.g.,
High School Proficiency Examination, or the International Education Center. driver license, passport, military ID).
• Are a qualifying younger student participating in • If you have another type of visa status (not F-1 All students are strongly encouraged to watch the two
SMC’s Concurrent Enrollment program (see smc. or F-2), you may enroll through the Admissions easy-to-understand videos at the Prep2Test webpage
edu/hsce for details), Office. However, if you are currently on a B visa, (smc.edu/prep2test), which explain assessment
you cannot enroll until you change status to a requirements and the assessment process, and offer a
and
visa with education privileges. Please contact the selection of helpful tools, including practice tests.
• You meet the residency requirements (see page 49),
and can profit from the program. International Education Center for details.
Mandatory Assessment
PLEASE NOTE: Veterans Assessment is essential to evaluate your skills and choose
Santa Monica College is approved as an institution for the courses that best meet your needs. Assessment is
All official communication from Santa Monica used ONLY for placement recommendations, and not
College will be sent to students at their SMC student higher learning for veterans and veterans’ dependents
entitled to education assistance from the Veterans to advance students to higher-level courses. If you have
email address (last name_first name@student.smc. questions about the assessment process, stop by the
edu). You can check your student email account Administration (VA). SMC cooperates with the VA in
helping veterans, and offers academic, career, and Assessment Center or consult with a counselor in the
by logging into Corsair Connect at smc.edu/cc and Counseling Department.
clicking on the SMC Mail icon. Be sure to check your transfer counseling, as well as priority enrollment,
SMC student email often! tutoring, and other services to support veterans in Assessment in English or ESL and in math is
achieving their education goals. mandatory if you are:
APPLYING FOR ADMISSION If you wish to attend SMC under one of the veterans’ • A first-time college student enrolling in more than six
Continuing students do NOT have to reapply for (6) units during your first semester at SMC; or
assistance bills, please see the information and
admission. If you have never attended Santa Monica instructions at smc.edu/vet or consult a counselor in • A continuing student who has not completed the
College (new student), or have been away for two or the Veterans Resource Center (VRC). assessment process; or
more consecutive semesters (returning student), or • Enrolling in an English, ESL, or math course for the
applied to SMC but did not actually enroll in a class, Students with Disabilities first time (even if not a first-time college student); or
you must first: • Enrolling in courses with required English or math
If you wish to use the special counseling services
• File an application for admission online (go to smc. provided through the Center for Students with preparation (prerequisites).
edu/apply and click on ‘Launch Application Online’ Disabilities, call 310-434-4265. See page 44 for more Based upon your assessment results, you will receive
to get started); information. an English, ESL, or math placement recommendation.
• Prepare for and complete the assessment in English
Printed SMC materials are available in alternate English, ESL, and chemistry assessment results are
(or ESL) and in math (go to smc.edu/prep2test);
media upon request. To request publications in valid for a period of one calendar year. COMPASS
• At least four weeks before the start of the session, alternate formats for disability accommodation, send Math test results are valid for two calendar years.
arrange for transcripts of previous college work (or email to DSCcontact@smc.edu or call 310-434-4265. Make sure you enroll in the courses your assessment
high school work, if no college work was completed) results qualified you for BEFORE those assessment
This Schedule of Classes is also available online (see
to be sent directly to the Admissions Office. Copies results expire. Once your results have expired, you will
smc.edu/schedules).
issued to a student (even if in a sealed envelope) will need to retest before you can enroll in those courses.
NOT be accepted. Disqualified Students
You will be emailed an admission letter. Please Assessment Exemptions &
If you were disqualified from a previous college, OR
review it for information on orientation, assessment, Placement and Prerequisite Waivers
were disqualified from Santa Monica College AND have
education planning/counseling, and enrollment. You may be exempt from assessment if you meet certain
been away from SMC for two consecutive semesters
All regularly admitted first-time SMC students are (one year) or longer, you are required take certain steps qualifications. You may also be granted placement
required to take the math and English (or ESL) placement to qualify for readmission. Go to smc.edu/apply and and prerequisite waivers — as well as credit — for
tests, complete the online college orientation, and selected English, ESL, math, and chemistry courses
6 click on the “Petition for Reinstatement” link for details.
under specific circumstances. Please see our webpage
(smc.edu/waivers) for an overview, then consult with
*For restroom access-key copies, go to the Center for
Students with Disabilities (Room 101 of the Admissions/
DATES & DEADLINES
a counselor in the Counseling Department for details. Student Services Complex) or call 310-434-4265.
Please note: Although you may be exempt from NEW & RETURNING STUDENTS
assessment, you still must successfully complete —
or receive waivers for — any prerequisite courses
Enrollment (but NOT continuing students) must file an
application for admission in order to receive an enrollment
that are required for classes in English (or ESL), IMPORTANT: All enrollment transactions take place date and time. Students who applied for a previous term
math, Anatomy 1, Biology 21/22/23, Chemistry online. You may enroll in any class with space available but did not enroll will need to reapply.
11/12/21/22/24, Film 31/32, Microbiology 1, Nursing until the evening before the second class meeting.
You may enroll in on-campus, online, and hybrid
17, Physics 7/9/22/23/24, and Physiology 3. For further Beginning the day of the second class meeting, you
courses on or after your enrollment appointment
information, please consult with a counselor in the must have an Instructor Authorization Code for each
class you wish to enroll in, even if the class has space date and time by web at smc.edu/cc.
Counseling Department.
available. EXCEPTIONS: (1) The enrollment deadline To learn more about online classes, visit the SMC
ABOUT YOUR TRANSFER UNITS for online, hybrid, or Arranged Hours classes is the Online website (smc.edu/OnlineEd).
Many students use Santa Monica College as the Sunday evening prior to the week the course begins; If you enroll in any winter session course at SMC, you
freshman and sophomore years of a four-year college (2) for classes meeting once per week and courses with MUST attend all classes during the first week of
plan. SMC is a leader in transferring students to their a lab, you may enroll until 10 p.m. the night before the the course or risk being dropped by the instructor.
junior year at four-year colleges and universities, first class meeting. If the class is full, you will need an
including the UC and CSU systems. Each of these Instructor Authorization Code.
institutions has a list of courses that must be completed Please note: All enrollment takes place on the web ENROLLMENT BY WEB
to: via Corsair Connect at smc.edu/cc. If a class is closed, Monday through Sunday: 4 a.m. to 10 p.m.
• satisfy general education requirements, please keep trying, as it will re-open if space becomes Web (Corsair Connect): smc.edu/cc
available. For more information about the enrollment
• satisfy lower-division pre-major requirements, and
process, please see smc.edu/enroll.
• satisfy elective requirements. WINTER ENROLLMENT
How credit for an SMC course transfers to your ENROLLMENT BY WEB Continuing Students Early November 2018
future school depends on how that school will accept You may enroll by web on or after the enrollment Check Corsair Connect for specific date.
the course, and how clearly defined your transfer goal date and time listed for you. You can enroll from any
New Students Mid November 2018
is. computer in the Admissions Office lobby, the SMC
Library, or the Cayton Computer Lab (which requires Check Corsair Connect for specific date.
To make things easier for SMC students to transfer
successfully, Santa Monica College has worked out a valid A.S. sticker and password). You may also enroll End Web Enrollment (online, hybrid, &
transfer agreements — called articulation agreements from home if you have Internet access. Arranged Hours classes) Tue, Jan 1, 2019
— with most local colleges and universities on how 1. Go to smc.edu/cc End Web Enrollment (on-campus classes)
your units of credit transfer or meet graduation or other 2. Enter your Student ID number and your password; 10 p.m. the night before 1st class meeting for classes
requirements. You can look up transfer information 3. Follow the instructions provided. meeting once per week and courses with a lab
yourself (go to assist.org for details), but you will find To confirm that the classes you selected have been Midnight before 2nd class meeting for other classes
it much easier to talk to a counselor in the Counseling added, click on “Transaction Receipt” in the menu on (if not 90% full)
Department. To schedule an appointment with a the left. If the receipt is correct, print out a copy. You Winter Session begins Wed, Jan 2, 2019
counselor, please call 310-434-4210. must have this printout to contest any discrepancies.
STUDENT-ATHLETES PLEASE NOTE: If you plan to Last Day to Apply for Pass/No Pass See Corsair Connect
You may also add or drop classes by web. If you (for full semester classes) for specific date
transfer with an athletic scholarship, please see an decide NOT to attend a course you have enrolled in, it
athletic counselor for a list of these requirements and is YOUR responsibility to officially withdraw from it. See Winter Session ends Thu, Feb 7, 2019
to arrange for continuous counseling while enrolled at withdrawal information on page 47.
SMC. For payment information, see the PAYMENT WITHDRAWAL & REFUND DEADLINES
ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY POLICY section. Withdrawal (drop dates) and refund deadlines for classes
To the best of our knowledge, SMC does not ABOUT PRIORITY ENROLLMENT vary.
schedule courses in inaccessible locations. However, Check your Corsair Connect account for each class you
You are STRONGLY encouraged to enroll as close to
some locations may not be accessible to students enroll in to find deadline dates for enrollment fee and
your assigned date and time as possible, since students
with specific disability-related access needs. SMC will who come after you in priority will quickly fill the tuition refunds, to avoid a W (Withdrawal) on your
relocate classes to accommodate individual students. classes you need if you wait too long. permanent record, or to receive a guaranteed W. See page
To initiate this process, please contact the Center for 47 for important details. Refunds and withdrawals will not
State and local regulations, combined with other
Students with Disabilities at 310-434-4265 (voice) or be granted after the deadline.
factors, determine the order in which your enrollment
310-434-4272 (fax).
date and time are assigned. It is important complete
The path of travel from the public bus stops on the SMC assessment process, online orientation, and IMPORTANT DATES,
Centinela to the Bundy and Airport Arts campuses is education plan requirements as soon as possible —
a steep grade that may be inaccessible for some with HOLIDAYS & BREAKS
especially if you are pursuing a degree, certificate,
mobility limitations. However, the Sunset Ride — an or transfer, or you are a first-time college student Winter Break Mon, Dec 24, 2018
accessible public bus line — which transfers from Big — because the sooner you do so, the sooner you will through Tue, Jan 1, 2019
Blue Bus Line #14, stops inside the Bundy Campus. receive your enrollment appointment. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Mon, Jan 21, 2019
In addition, the following rooms have access
restrictions: LOSS OF ENROLLMENT PRIORITY
ESL, Art, and Letters & Science buildings: Accessible You may lose your priority enrollment status if you do
restrooms require an access key.* not complete SMC’s online orientation (see smc.edu/
orientation), assessment (go to smc.edu/prep2test),
Letters & Science: Rooms 201, 203, 205.
or an abbreviated education plan if you are a new
Liberal Arts: Rooms 200, 204, 214, 217, 220, 223, student, or a comprehensive education plan if you
228, 231, 236, 237, 239, 240, 243. are a student who will have either earned 15 degree-
Access keys are required for elevators when classes applicable units by the end of the term or will have
are not in session in the Business, Art, and Student completed a third semester (whichever comes first;
Activities buildings, as well as for the Gym basement see the information at smc.edu/myedplan). You will
elevator. also lose priority enrollment if you are on academic
7
or progress probation for two consecutive semesters/
Fees Upper-Division Coursework Fee
G EN ER A L IN F OR M ATION
terms. For more information, please refer to smc.edu/ (B.S. in Interaction Design)
admissions (click on ‘Enrollment Priority’ under the All fees are subject to change without notice. See In ADDITION TO the per-unit enrollment fee of $46,
Policies section). smc.edu/fees for the latest details. all students — resident and nonresident — enrolled in
If you qualify for the SMC College Promise Program, graded upper-division credit courses for the Bachelor of
OPEN SEAT NOTIFICATION you are exempt from paying enrollment, student I.D, Science degree in Interaction Design must pay an upper-
If you wish to take a course, but the section you Health Services, and A.S. Activities fees. See smc.edu/ division coursework fee of $84 per unit. This fee is
want is already closed, you may sign up for an Open freetuition for details. NOT covered by the California College Promise Grant
Seat Notification list up to two weeks before the There are no enrollment, student service, or Health (CCPG). For nonresident students pursuing the degree,
term starts. You will receive a notification if a seat Services fees for Noncredit (Adult Education) classes this fee is IN ADDITION to the nonresident tuition fee.
becomes available. A notification does NOT mean (designated by section numbers of 7000 or above). Nonresident Tuition Fee
you are enrolled in the course. When you receive a PLEASE NOTE: You may be eligible for financial aid.
notification, it is YOUR responsibility to go to Corsair In ADDITION TO the per-unit enrollment fee of $46,
Work Study funds and the California College Promise all nonresident students must pay tuition of $324 per
Connect at smc.edu/cc and enroll in the class. You may Grant (CCPG) are available for the winter session. semester unit (for a total of $370 per semester unit),
also unsubscribe from the Open Seat Notification list up To find out, call the Financial Aid Office at 310-434-
or $300 per semester unit (for a total of $346 per
to two weeks before the term starts. 4343 as soon as possible. See page 46 for additional
semester unit) if eligible for AB 947 exemption. For
W in t er 2019

information.
residency information, visit the SMC website (smc.edu),
WAITLISTS
or call the residence clerk in the Admissions Office at
You may be given the opportunity to join a waitlist for CA Resident Fees for Winter Session: 310-434-4461 or 310-434-4595.
a class section, starting two weeks before the term Enrollment Fee $46/unit
begins. You will be able to track your status on the Health Services Fee
Upper-Division Courses $84/unit
waitlist through Corsair Connect at smc.edu/cc. The The mandatory health services fee of $16 during winter
SMC Health Services Fee $16
waitlist is provided to faculty, who can add students session includes free basic health services, information,
to the class if there are seats available once the class Student I.D. $13 and referrals by full-time RN; emergency first aid
starts. If you are on a waitlist, you will receive a notice Associated Students Activities Fee $19.50 treatment; and free or reduced-cost immunizations.
by email if a seat has become available, and may enroll
Nonresident Fees for Winter Session: SMC Student Photo I.D. Card Fee
in the course on a first-come, first-served basis. Please
visit smc.edu/enroll for more details about the waitlist Enrollment Fee $46/unit The cost of the SMC student photo I.D. card is covered
process. Upper-Division Courses $84/unit by the optional $13 fee. The SMC student I.D. card
Nonresident Tuition $324/unit offers enhanced access features for the SMC Library
SMC STUDENT I.D. AB 947 Exemption $300/unit and the campus tutoring and course-related labs and
learning resource centers, and improved campus
To obtain your SMC Student I.D. card, go to the Photo SMC Health Services Fee $16 security. If you wish to use the Big Blue Bus “Any Line,
I.D. Station (behind the Bursar’s Office). Your SMC Student I.D. $13 Any Time” service, you will need to “activate” the I.D.
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PAYMENT SMC offers various types of financial aid:
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for the winter session (go to smc.edu/financialaid for
residents.
details). Please note: The California College Promise
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PARKING DECALS division coursework fees. fee waivers for high school students who graduate
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You can pay your fees by using a MasterCard or Visa
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session. This decal provides access to parking lots at and a hold will be placed on your records until Important Dates
ALL SMC campuses. You may purchase parking decals all fees are paid. A hold on your records prevents FAFSA application available October 1
online through Corsair Connect at smc.edu/cc. You will you from enrolling in future courses at SMC and FAFSA and Cal Grant priority deadline March 2
be able to print a temporary permit to place on your restricts access to Admissions Office services such as Extended Cal Grant deadline September 2
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awarded a California College Promise Grant for the 1. You must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen
academic year, you may purchase a parking permit for How to Pay
$30 at the Bursar’s Office. 2. Possess a Social Security Number (SSN)
SMC offers students several payment options.
Parking at SMC Airport Arts and Bundy campuses is 3. Demonstrate financial need (except for SMC Promise
• You may pay fees in cash or by check, money order, and many scholarships)
FREE if you are attending classes there, but REQUIRES cashier’s check, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. You
A DECAL. Satellite campus decals may be picked up in may also pay with American Express, but in person 4. Have a high school diploma, GED, California High
person or — for a small fee to cover mailing costs — ONLY. School Proficiency Certificate, or demonstrate an
requested online through Corsair Connect at smc.edu/ ability to benefit from post-secondary education
• Nonresident tuition may be paid in cash, or by
cc. See smc.edu/transportation for details. money order, cashier’s check, or a personal check 5. Comply with Selective Service registration (if
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students, but REQUIRES A DECAL. Please see SMC’s Office.
transportation webpage (smc.edu/transportation) for How to Apply for Federal Financial Aid
You may pay: You can apply as early as January 1, and you do not
the latest details.
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(smc.edu/transportation) for routes and operating online, log on through Corsair Connect at smc.edu/
hours. or guardian apply for one also.
cc and make sure the correct “school semester” is 2. Once you receive your PIN, go to fafsa.ed.gov to
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placard AND an SMC parking decal entitles you to park menu on the left); Aid (FAFSA). Santa Monica College’s Federal School
in any accessible, student, or staff parking space. • By mailing your check, money order, or cashier’s Code is 001286.
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other students and our neighbors. Cars with activated Office, 1900 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA information is put through the eligibility-determining
alarms in the SMC parking areas will be TOWED 90405; or formula and an Expected Family Contribution (EFC)
IMMEDIATELY at YOUR expense. • By depositing a check, money order, or cashier’s is calculated. A Student Aid Report (SAR) on financial
check (no cash) in the collection chute at the Bursar’s aid eligibility will be mailed to you.
“ANY LINE, ANY TIME” BIG BLUE BUS Office.
SMC students with a current SMC Student I.D. can
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have paid the Associated Students Activities fee AND
have swipe-activated their SMC Student I.D. Special
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this major expansion of SMC’s transportation initiative
Financial Assistance
— launched in 2007 in partnership with the Big Blue Santa Monica College provides a variety of resources
Bus — aimed at improving access to SMC and reducing to assist and encourage students who need financial
traffic, noise, and air pollution in the community. See assistance.
smc.edu/transportation for details.
FINANCIAL AID
WITHDRAWAL REFUND SCHEDULE Financial aid is used to pay for mandatory fees, books,
See “Academic Policies” on page 47 for information transportation, room and board, and other education-
on withdrawal refunds. Withdrawal refund deadlines related costs. Before starting enrollment procedures,
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ABBREVI ATI ONS DRSCHR = Drescher Hall MC = Math Complex SR HSNG = Senior Housing, 1122 4th St.
A = Art Complex ESL = ESL Building MEMOR PK = Memorial Park, ST ANNE = St. Anne’s Church,
AIR = Airport Arts Campus, FIELD = Corsair Field 1401 Olympic Blvd. 2011 Colorado Blvd.
2800 Airport Ave. HOSP = Hospital ONLINE = Distance Education course TH ART = Theatre Arts Building
BHHS = Beverly Hills High School, HSS = Humanities and Social Sciences conducted over the Internet TRACK = Archie M. Morrison Track
241 Moreno Dr. Building PAC = Performing Arts Center, VA PK = Virginia Avenue Park,
BUNDY = Bundy Campus, 3171 S. Bundy Dr. JA = John Adams Middle School 1310 11th St. 2200 Virginia Ave.
BUS = Business Building KEN EDWA = Ken Edwards Center, 1527 4th St. PALISDS = Palisades Charter High School, VENICE = Venice High School,
CMD = Center for Media and Design, LA = Liberal Arts Building 15777 Bowdoin St. 13000 Venice Blvd.
1660 Stewart St. LIB = Library POOL = Santa Monica Swim Center WST BLLT = Westside School of Ballet,
CONNECT = Connections for Children, LS = Letters & Science Building SCI = Science Building 1709 Stewart St.
2701 Ocean Park Blvd. MALIBU = Webster Elementary School, SMHS = Santa Monica High School, WSTCHSTR = Westchester Golf Course,
CPC = Core Performance Center 3602 Winter Canyon Rd. 601 Pico Blvd. 6900 W. Manchester Ave
CRENSHAW = Crenshaw High School, MHS = Malibu High School, SS = Admissions/Student Services Most classes are held on the main campus unless
5010 11th Ave. 30215 Morning View Dr. Complex otherwise noted. See campus map on page 56.

Accounting cial statements used by these entities. Also covered are com-
puterized accounting systems, internal control, ethics, cash,
just-in-time, activity-based and total quality management
approaches to costing manufacturing operations. Also stud-
accounts and notes receivable, merchandise inventory, plant ied are segment reporting, performance measurement, cost-
General accountants examine financial records of municipal, county, assets and intangible assets, liabilities, and equity accounts. volume-profit analysis, flexible budgeting, capital expenditure
state, and federal agencies for compliance with laws. They record Basic managerial accounting topics are also introduced.
transactions, such as receivable, payable, payroll, property into a
budgeting, standard costing, responsibility accounting, and
general ledger. Corporate accountants set up and design accounting/ 1001 7:00a.m.-10:15a.m. TWTh BUS 119 Arakelian A decision making processes. Ethical issues surrounding these
bookkeeping systems and procedures, risk management programs, Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Arakelian A topics are also addressed.
tax law and finance methods, record financial transactions, and ana- Above section 1001 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online 1004 9:00a.m.-12:30p.m. MTWTh BUS 263 Trippetti V J
lyze and evaluate financial records for businesses. Their duties include via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/
interpreting financial information and preparing reports for busi- OnlineEd. ACCTG 9, ACCOUNTING ETHICS 3 UNITS
ness executives and government regulatory agencies. Advancement 1002 11:00a.m.-2:30p.m. MTWTh BUS 119 Knight R B Transfer: CSU
includes senior accountant, controller, treasurer, and chief financial 1003 9:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MTW BUS 254 Brookins G T • Prerequisite: None.
officer positions. Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Brookins G T • Advisory: Accounting 1 or 21.
Some of the courses listed in this section are accompanied by Above section 1003 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online
Supplemental Instruction. Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academ-
This course surveys professional ethics for the accounting
via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/ profession in the context of ethical theory, the history of ethi-
ic assistance program that utilizes free peer-assisted weekly study OnlineEd.
sessions to help students learn the most difficult course content. For cal thought, the nature of accounting, tax and auditing fidu-
more information, please see the SI website at smc.edu/si. ACCTG 2, CORPORATE FINANCIAL AND MANAGERIAL ciary responsibilities, the rules of accounting codes of con-
ACCOUNTING 5 UNITS duct, financial statement representations and fraud, and the
ACCTG 1, INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 5 UNITS Transfer: UC, CSU theoretical and practical application of ethical principles to
Transfer: UC, CSU C-ID: ACCT 120; Students must take ACCTG 1 and 2 to earn the equivalent business situations. Topics include ethical standards specific
C-ID: Students must take ACCTG 1 and 2 to earn the equivalent of C-ID of C-ID ACCT 110. to the accounting profession, an examination of the balance
ACCT 110.
• Prerequisite: Accounting 1. between the competing interests of the accountant’s roles as
• Prerequisite: None.
This course continues the study of introductory financial management consultant and reporter of financial information
• Advisory: Math 20.
accounting principles begun in Accounting 1 and also covers to third parties, and the interests of businesses, government
This course introduces the student to the sole proprietorship, introductory managerial accounting. The financial account- and professional regulatory agencies and the public. Reading,
partnership, and corporate forms of ownership. This course ing portion of the course (2 units) covers the corporate form writing, analysis and discussion are core elements of the class.
also familiarizes the student with recording, classifying and of business organization, bond financing, installment notes 1005 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Kim J S
interpreting financial data for service and merchandising busi-
and other long-term liabilities, investments in debt and Above section 1005 is a Distance Education course conducted over
nesses. It includes a study of the journals, ledgers and finan-
equity securities, international operations and the Statement the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
of Cash Flows, corporate financial statement preparation
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer and analysis and other GAAP and IFRS considerations. The ACCTG 10A, INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING A 3 UNITS
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete managerial portion of the course (3 units) covers accounting Transfer: CSU
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab • Prerequisite: Accounting 2.
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” concepts relevant to internal users rather than third party
users of financial statements. Managerial accounting study Basic pronouncements of the Financial Accounting Standards
Students with disability related access needs, refer to includes full absorption and variable costing, cost accounting Board and their applications to accounting are covered in this
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
for job order and for mass produced goods (process costing), course, along with cash, receivables, temporary investments,
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Go to bookstore.smc.edu to access the online bookstore for details on books and materials (subject to change) for all course sections.
the time value of money, income and cash flow statements purchasing decisions; insurance; investing in stocks, bonds, The laboratory projects will parallel the lecture topics hence

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
and estimating procedures. and mutual funds; retirement; and estate planning. the lab projects will pertain to genetics, human variation,
1008 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lu M Accounting 45 is the same class as Business 45. Students may primate anatomy, human osteology, and analysis of hominid
Above section 1008 is a Distance Education course conducted over earn credit for one, but not for both. (human) and primate fossils.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 1013 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Resnick W J 1034 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 136 Brewster C P
Above section 1013 is a Distance Education course conducted over 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 136 Brewster C P
ACCTG 10B, INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING B 3 UNITS the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Transfer: CSU
• Prerequisite: Accounting 2.
• Advisory: Accounting 10A. Anatomy Art
This course includes study of the basic pronouncements of Please see listing under “Biological Sciences.” Artists express their thoughts and feelings by creating fine art works
the Financial Accounting Standards Board and their applica- that are primarily intended for aesthetic enjoyment. Related career
tions to accounting. In this course, the following are covered titles include advertising artist or designer, art administrator, fur-
in detail: inventories, land, buildings, equipment, intangible Anthropology niture designer, illustrator, courtroom sketcher, medical illustrator,
animator and toy designer. Some organizations that typically employ
assets, current and long term liabilities and contingencies and art majors include: studios, museums, auction houses, art coun-
stockholders’ equity (paid-in capital and retained earnings). Anthropology is a diverse discipline involving the humanities, social sci- cils, educational institutions, hospitals, interior design departments,
1009 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lu M ences and natural sciences that examines various aspects of past and advertising agencies, and film and media production companies.
present-day humans. It consists of four fields: Archaeology, Cultural
Above section 1009 is a Distance Education course conducted over Anthropology, Linguistic Anthropology, and Physical Anthropology.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. ART 10A, DESIGN I 3 UNITS
Archaeology examines past human cultures through material culture.

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Transfer: UC, CSU
Cultural Anthropology focuses on sociocultural variation among
ACCTG 12, AUDITING 3 UNITS humans. Linguistic Anthropology examines how language influences • Prerequisite: None.
Transfer: CSU society and culture. Physical Anthropology studies the biological and This is an introductory course in the theory and application
• Prerequisite: None. behavioral aspects of humans within an evolutionary framework. of the elements of 2-D design. Assignments will focus on the
• Advisory: Accounting 2. Some of the courses listed in this section are accompanied by following design principles: line, value, form, scale, light, logic,
This course covers the role and responsibility of certified pub- Supplemental Instruction. Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academ- space, depth, texture, pattern, composition and color theory.
lic accountants in the audit of financial statements. Emphasis ic assistance program that utilizes free peer-assisted weekly study This course is required for all art majors.
will be placed on verification of balance sheets and internal sessions to help students learn the most difficult course content. For 1035 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m. MTWTh A 220 Badger C P
more information, please see the SI website at smc.edu/si.
control of accounting systems and accounting cycles. Topics 1036 12:30p.m.-4:00p.m. MTWTh A 118 Burchman J H
include AICPA and PCAOB auditing standards, professional ANTHRO 1, PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3 UNITS
ethics, legal liability, internal control, audit sampling and ART 13, 3D DESIGN 3 UNITS
Transfer: UC*, CSU
audit reports. Transfer: UC, CSU
IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences, non-lab)
C-ID: ARTS 101.
1010 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Steinberger E K • Prerequisite: None.
• Advisory: Art 10A.
Above section 1010 is a Distance Education course conducted over • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. *Maximum credit allowed for Anthropology 1 and Anthropology This course explores the basic problems in 3D design using
5 is one course (4 units). plastic, metal, wood and other materials. (Recommended for
ACCTG 21, BUSINESS BOOKKEEPING 3 UNITS design, gallery installation, ceramic and sculpture majors.)
A survey of human biology, this course focuses on human
Transfer: CSU
origins and evolution by investigating the major aspects 1037 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m. MTWTh A 124 Hartman D G
• Prerequisite: None. of physical anthropology including Mendelian and human 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m. MTWTh A 124 Hartman D G
This course surveys basic bookkeeping principles and prac- genetics, primate and hominid evolutionary processes, con- ART 20A, DRAWING I 3 UNITS
tices and the use of records to help bookkeepers and busi- temporary human variability and facets of primate ethology Transfer: UC, CSU
ness owners/managers better understand common business and human behavior that make our species unique in the C-ID: ARTS 110.
terms, transactions, and record keeping in small businesses. animal kingdom. • Prerequisite: None.
This course provides the student with the basic accounting 1029 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 136 Haradon C M This fundamental course is focused on representational draw-
concepts and procedures required for all businesses. Through 1030 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 208 Rashidi J S ing and composition using various black and white media.
lecture and problem solving, the student will learn to do a full 1031 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 207 Rashidi J S
Introduction to principles, elements, and practices of draw-
set of books pertaining to a small business enterprise. Topics
ANTHRO 2, CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3 UNITS ing, employing a wide range of subject matter and drawing
covered include analyzing and classifying business transac-
Transfer: UC, CSU media. Focus on perceptually based drawing, observational
tions, financial statements, worksheets and adjusting entries, skills, technical abilities, and creative responses to materials
IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences)
bank reconciliations, payroll, specialized journals, and tax and subject matter. See counselor regarding transfer credit
aspects of small businesses. • Satisfies Global Citizenship
• Prerequisite: None. limitations.
1011 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Resnick W J • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. 1038 8:30a.m.-12:00p.m. MTWTh A 102 Zarcone J
Above section 1011 is a Distance Education course conducted over 1039 12:30p.m.-4:00p.m. MTWTh A 120 Staff
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Cultural Anthropology is the study of human society and
culture, analyzing both similarities and differences amongst 4003 6:00p.m.-9:30p.m. MTWTh A 102 Mammarella C J
ACCTG 22, ADVANCED BOOKKEEPING 3 UNITS cultural groups. This course will introduce students to impor-

• Prerequisite: Accounting 21.


Transfer: CSU tant socio-cultural concepts used by cultural anthropolo-
gists including material culture, social organization, religion, Art History
This course is a continuation of ACCT 21, and this course kinship, ritual and symbolic systems, race, ethnicity, and
language amongst others. Students will examine how cultural Art History is the study of art created in the past by individuals
extends the bookkeeping principles and practices to a mer- from various cultures and parts of the world. It is the study of the
chandising enterprise. Through lecture and problem solv- anthropologists understand the notion of culture in the study
of human behavior in different regions of the world. The historical development of art as social and intellectual phenomenon,
ing, students will learn how to account, manage and report the analysis of works of art and art conservation. Students study
ethnographic method as a key methodology will be stressed specific periods, cultures, styles and themes. The art historian seeks
merchandising activities for a small enterprise. Major topics
throughout this course. to interpret and understand works of art of many types, ranging
covered are accruals and deferrals, financial statements
and closing procedures, including specific topics in Accounts 1032 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 205 Denman J F from the monumental to small scale, by learning about artists’ lives
1033 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 205 Minzenberg E G and their societies. Students are prepared for a wide range of profes-
Receivable and Uncollectible Accounts, Notes Receivable and
sional careers — in museums, galleries, auction houses or publishing,
Payable, Inventory, and Property, Plant and Equipment and ANTHRO 5, PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY WITH LAB 4 UNITS including antique dealer, art appraiser, art dealer, art restorer and
Partnership. Transfer: UC*, CSU museum curator.
1012 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rubio C IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences, + LAB)
Above section 1012 is a Distance Education course conducted over • Prerequisite: None. AHIS 1, WESTERN ART HISTORY I 3 UNITS
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. Transfer: UC, CSU
*Maximum credit allowed for Anthropology 1 and Anthropology C-ID: ARTH 110.
ACCTG 45, INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL PLANNING 3 UNITS 5 is one course (4 units). IGETC AREA 3A (Arts)
Transfer: CSU A survey of human biology, this course focuses on human ori- • Prerequisite: None.
• Prerequisite: Math 31. gins and evolution by investigating the major aspects of physi- • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
This course provides students with the tools to achieve their cal anthropology including Mendelian and human genet- Formerly Art 1.
personal financial goals. It will help them make informed ics, population genetics, primate and hominid evolutionary A survey of the chronological development of Western art
decisions related to spending, saving, borrowing, and invest- processes, contemporary human variability, and facets of from the Stone Age to the Gothic Period with emphasis on the
ing by training them to apply quantitative reasoning concepts primate ethology and human behavior that make our species cultural, political, and social factors that influenced this evo-
to solve problems. Topics covered include personal financial unique in the animal kingdom. This course consists of three lution. This includes: Near-Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Roman,
planning; money management; tax strategy; consumer credit; hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory work weekly. Byzantine, Romanesque and Gothic art and architecture.
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SCHEDULE OF CLASSES 1014 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. TTh A 214 Rocchio M P architecture to contemporary advertising and design and ASTRON 1, STELLAR ASTRONOMY 3 UNITS
1015 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Simmons B B investigate how various cultures have used specific media Transfer: UC*, CSU
Above section 1015 is a Distance Education course conducted over and themes. This course is designed to introduce Fine Art and IGETC AREA 5A (Physical Sciences, non-lab)
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Art History simultaneously providing a unique opportunity • Prerequisite: None.
to explore these fields as well as to prepare students for a *Maximum credit allowed for Astronomy 1 and Astronomy 3 is
AHIS 2, WESTERN ART HISTORY II 3 UNITS one course (4 units).
Transfer: UC, CSU
course of study in Fine Art and Art History.
1020 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. MW A 214 Lee O This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the
C-ID: ARTH 120.
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) 1021 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Meyer W J fascinating subject of astronomy with an emphasis on the
• Prerequisite: None. Above section 1021 is a Distance Education course conducted over study of the Sun and other stars. Topics covered include the
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. motions of the sky, a survey of the history of astronomy from
Kepler to Einstein, gravity, radiation and matter, astronomical
Formerly Art 2.
AHIS 17, ARTS OF ASIA – PREHISTORY TO 1900 3 UNITS instrumentation, the Sun, stars, star formation, stellar evolu-
This course is a survey of the chronological development of Transfer: UC, CSU tion, galaxies and cosmology.
Western art from the Renaissance to the mid 19th Century C-ID: ARTH 130. 1040 12:30p.m.-4:45p.m. MW DRSCHR 205 Arias Young T
with emphasis on the cultural, political, and social factors IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) 1041 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Balm S P
that influenced this evolution. This includes: Renaissance, • Prerequisite: None. Above section 1041 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Realism • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
painting, sculpture and architecture. Formerly Art 5. 1042 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Balm S P
1016 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Meyer W J Above section 1042 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Above section 1016 is a Distance Education course conducted over
This course is a survey of the chronological development of the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
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the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Asian art from earliest times to modern times with emphasis
1017 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Meyer W J on the cultural, political, and social factors which influenced ASTRON 2, PLANETARY ASTRONOMY 3 UNITS
Above section 1017 is a Distance Education course conducted over this evolution. The course includes the art of India, China, Transfer: UC*, CSU
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Japan, Korea, Thailand, Cambodia, and Indonesia. IGETC AREA 5A (Physical Sciences, non-lab)
1022 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lee O • Prerequisite: None.
AHIS 3, WESTERN ART HISTORY III 3 UNITS Above section 1022 is a Distance Education course conducted over *Maximum credit allowed for Astronomy 2 and Astronomy 4 is
Transfer: UC, CSU the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. one course (4 units).
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the fas-
• Prerequisite: None. AHIS 52, HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY 3 UNITS cinating subject of astronomy with an emphasis on the study
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. Transfer: UC, CSU of the Earth and the other planets in the solar system. Topics
Formerly Art 8. IGETC AREA 3A (Arts and Humanities) covered include the motions of the sky, a survey of the his-
A focused survey of the chronological development of art • Prerequisite: None. tory of astronomy from the Greeks to Einstein, phases of the
and architecture from Impressionism to the present day. This Formerly Art 73. moon, eclipses, gravity, the formation of the solar system, the
course will cover the major movements of modern and con- This is a historical survey of the evolving nature of photogra- Earth, Terrestrial and Jovian planets, their moons, asteroids,
temporary art while examining their historical, cultural and phy from the early 1800’s to the present digital age. meteoroids, comets and a discussion of extrasolar planets
philosophical context. Specific attention will be given to art around other stars.
AHIS 52 is the same course as Photography 52. Students may
theory and its part in shaping conversations about art history receive credit for one, but not both. 1043 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW DRSCHR 207 Salama A H
and the contemporary. 1023 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Fier B 1044 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Schwartz M J
1018 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chandler M M Above section 1023 is a Distance Education course conducted over Above section 1044 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Above section 1018 is a Distance Education course conducted over the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 1045 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Schwartz M J
AHIS 72, AMERICAN ART HISTORY 3 UNITS Above section 1045 is a Distance Education course conducted over
AHIS 5, LATIN AMERICAN ART HISTORY 1 3 UNITS Transfer: UC, CSU the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Transfer: UC, CSU
IGETC AREA 3A (Art)
IGETC AREA 3A (Art)
• Prerequisite: None.
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
• Satisfies Global Citizenship
• Prerequisite: None. Biological Sciences
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
This course surveys the art, architecture, and visual culture Formerly Art 72. Coursework and study in the biological sciences provides a founda-
of Latin America from pre-history up until European contact. tion for future employment in many of the fastest growing and
Art objects and monuments from select ancient civilizations A survey of the chronological development of painting, sculp- emerging STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields
of Mexico, Central America, and South America will be placed ture, and architecture in the united States from its pre-colo- today. Students of biology are at the front lines of many of the most
within their historical, cultural, social, and political contexts. nial past to the end of World War II. The contributions and critical questions our society is facing in the 21st century and beyond,
influences of a variety of ethnic groups to the diversity of art including addressing climate change, the biodiversity crisis, resource
1019 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Simmons B B management and population growth, emerging/infectious diseases
Above section 1019 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online in the united States will be addressed. The artistic contribu-
and public health. Students of biology become lab technicians, nurses,
via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/ tion of Native American, African Americans, Asian Americans, genetic counselors, physicians, environmental scientists, landscape
OnlineEd. Chicano/Latino Americans and European Americans will be architects, state and national park rangers, researchers in agriculture,
studied in the larger context of American society, history, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, teachers and college professors.
AHIS 11, ART APPRECIATION: INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL and culture. Logic and critical thinking skills developed as a student of biology are
VISUAL CULTURE 3 UNITS applicable to nearly every field and every discipline and provide a
1024 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
Transfer: UC, CSU foundation for making informed personal, business and public policy
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts and Humanities) Above section 1024 is a Distance Education course conducted over decisions.
• Satisfies Global Citizenship the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Students must be present for the first session of biological science
• Prerequisite: None. classes to be assured of admission to limited laboratory spaces.
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
Formerly Art 79. Astronomy Students who wish to enroll in a Life Sciences course must demon-
strate that they have met the prerequisites for the course prior to
enrollment. Continuing students must complete prerequisite courses
An introduction to artistic practices by exploring the myriad Astronomy is a quest to understand the Universe itself. Astronomers with a C or better. If currently enrolled in a prerequisite course at SMC
manifestations of visual culture in our world through a cross- study the Solar System, planets, stars, novae, supernovae, brown at the time of enrollment, students will be admitted to subsequent
cultural thematic approach. This course examines themes dwarfs, black holes, galaxies, and space using principles of phys- courses based upon midterm placement results, but will be dropped if
in art like Religion, Power, Reproduction and Sexuality, and ics, chemistry and mathematics. It is an attempt to find out what the prerequisite course is not completed with a C or better. Students
traces them across cultures and time periods. Emphasis will these entities are made of, how they formed, and how they change. who have successfully completed one or more prerequisite courses
be placed on learning the language of visual culture both in Astronomers measure the light from these entities, throughout (earning a grade of C- or better in both the lecture and lab courses
terms of the formal elements of design as well as the content the entire electromagnetic spectrum, from radio to gamma rays. and an average of C (2.0) or better overall) at another institution
of style and subject matter and finding connections and dif- Astronomy has provided a basis of improvement in such areas as may be able to verify having met the prerequisites by submitting a
medical imaging, aircraft navigation, and satellite communications. transcript and course description and course syllabus for the prereq-
ferences. Students will explore the various media of art from uisite courses.
drawing, sculpture, fresco, oil, photography, motion pictures, Some of the many career paths that Astronomy majors may embark
upon right here in the Los Angeles Area (one of the leading global
hubs of the Aerospace Industry) include NASA Research Scientist, ANATMY 1, GENERAL HUMAN ANATOMY 4 UNITS
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer University Professor, Space Systems Engineer, Sci/Space/Tech Transfer: UC, CSU
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete C-ID: BIOL 110B.
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab Journalist/Blogger/Podcaster, Science Teacher, Orbital Mechanic,
Science Fiction Film Consultant, Planetarium Director, Educational IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences, + LAB)
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.”
Outreach Specialist, Curriculum Designer, Space Tourism Agent, • Prerequisite: English 1.
Students with disability related access needs, refer to Public Relations Person, STEM Coordinator, Rocket Launch Analyst, This course is an intensive study of the gross and microscopic
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
Data Technician, and Optical Instrumentalist. structure of the human body including the four major types of
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tissue and their subgroups, and the following organ systems: interdependence of living organisms. Current environmental general and clinical applications including recent molecular

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
integumentary, skeletal, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, issues and controversies such as global warming, biodiversity biological and serological techniques.
digestive, urinary, reproductive, endocrine, nervous, and and species extinction, habitat destruction, food and energy 1429 8:00a.m.-2:30p.m. MTWTh SCI 209 Buchanan A G
sensory. Functions of the organ systems are included at resources and pollution will be explored. Strategies for sus-
the introductory level to prepare students for a course in tainable living will be emphasized. NUTR 1, INTRODUCTION TO NUTRITION SCIENCE 3 UNITS
Human Physiology. Laboratory assignments develop the skills 1054 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh SCI 145 Jordan E A Transfer: UC, CSU
of observation, investigation, identification, discovery and C-ID: NUTR 110.
1055 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Sakurai D S
dissection. The use of actual specimens, including cat dissec- • Prerequisite: None.
Above section 1055 is a Distance Education course conducted over
tion and observation of a human cadaver, is emphasized to the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
assure that students learn the relative structure, functions, 1056 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE McLaughlin D Human nutrition, integrating anatomy, physiology, biochem-
textures and variations in tissues not incorporated in mod- Above section 1056 is a Distance Education course conducted over istry, and psychology, is studied in relation to wellness and
els. Supplemental materials such as models, photographs, the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. degenerative disease prevention. Scientific information and
charts, videotapes, and digitized images are also provided. principles provide the foundation for evaluating current con-
This course is required for students preparing for many Allied BIOL 15, MARINE BIOLOGY WITH LABORATORY 4 UNITS cepts in nutrition for practical application in daily living.
Health professions including, but not limited to, Nursing, Transfer: UC*, CSU 1455 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh SCI 159 Novak D S
Respiratory Therapy, Physical Therapy, Physical Education IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences, + LAB) 1456 12:45p.m.-4:45p.m. MW SCI 159 Salerno L A
and Kinesiology Training, and Physician’s Assistant and is a • Prerequisite: None. 1457 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE González C L
prerequisite for Human Physiology 3. • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. Above section 1457 is a Distance Education course conducted over
1025 7:30a.m.-11:50a.m. MTWTh SCI 220 Kanjanapangka J *Total of four units credit for Biology 15 and Biology 15N is the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Arrange-3 Hours SCI 245 transferable. 1458 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE González C L

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1026 7:45a.m.-12:00p.m. MTWTh SCI 224 Le M K This survey course of marine organisms and their relation- Above section 1458 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Arrange-3 Hours SCI 245 ships to their environment emphasizes intertidal and offshore the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
1027 12:30p.m.-4:45p.m. MTWTh SCI 220 Covitt G S life forms. Included is an investigation of behavior, ecology, 1459 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Ortega Y
Arrange-3 Hours SCI 245 morphological and physiological adaptations and environ- Above section 1459 is a Distance Education course conducted over
4001 5:30p.m.-9:45p.m. MTWTh SCI 220 Perkins K K the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
mental relationship to humans. This course is three hours
Arrange-3 Hours SCI 245 1460 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Ortega Y
each of lecture and laboratory work.
Above section 1460 is a Distance Education course conducted over
BIOL 2, HUMAN BIOLOGY 3 UNITS 1057 8:00a.m.-11:05a.m. MTWTh SCI 134 Baghdasarian G the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Transfer: UC, CSU
IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences non-lab) BIOL 15N, MARINE BIOLOGY (NON-LABORATORY) 3 UNITS
PHYS 3, HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 4 UNITS
• Prerequisite: None. Transfer: UC*, CSU
Transfer: UC, CSU
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences, non-lab)
IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences, + LAB)
• Prerequisite: None.
This survey course explores the principles of biology using • Prerequisite: Chemistry 19 (preferred) or Chemistry 10 or eligibility
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. for Chemistry 11; and Anatomy 1.
humans as examples. It includes introductions to the scien-
tific method, cell biology, heredity, evolution, human ecology, *Total of four units credit for Biology 15 and Biology 15N is • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
transferable.
behavior, and the major concepts of structure, function and This rigorous course provides a basic understanding of physi-
pathology of most organ systems. The course may serve as an This survey course of marine organisms and their relation- ological mechanisms with a focus on the human body. Basic
introduction to the future study of biology, including anatomy ships to their environment emphasizes intertidal and offshore concepts of cellular physiology, including: molecular control;
and physiology, or stand by itself as a non-lab life science life forms. Included are investigation of behavior, ecology, mechanisms of gene expression; ligand-binding site interac-
course for general education students. morphological and physiological adaptations and environ- tions; energy and cellular metabolism; membrane transport;
1046 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh SCI 151 Skydell J L mental relationship to humans. This course includes three membrane and action potentials; and cellular communica-
1048 3:15p.m.-7:30p.m. TTh SCI 151 Nagendran M hours of lecture per week. tion, including signal transduction, will be integrated within
1049 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Johnson Ja J 1058 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Wall C B the concept of homeostasis involving the following body
Above section 1049 is a Distance Education course conducted over Above section 1058 is a Distance Education course conducted over systems: nervous, sensory, endocrine, muscle, skeletal, car-
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. diovascular, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, renal, diges-
1050 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Johnson Ja J tive, reproductive, and integumentary. The course content
Above section 1050 is a Distance Education course conducted over BIOL 21, CELL BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION 4 UNITS includes both general and clinical applications and is intended
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Transfer: UC*, CSU to prepare students for advanced courses in Allied Health
IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Science, + Lab) and Medical professions including Nursing, Physical Therapy,
BIOL 3, FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY 4 UNITS • Prerequisite: Chemistry 11. Respiratory Therapy, Physician’s Assistant, Pharmacy, and
Transfer: UC*, CSU • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. Exercise Science/Kinesiology Training.
IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences, + LAB) *No UC credit for Biology 3, Botany 1 or Zoology 5 if taken after
• Prerequisite: None. 1479 8:00a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh SCI 201 Fickbohm D J
Biology 21, 22 or 23.
Arrange-3 Hours SCI 245 Fickbohm D J
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
This is the first course of a three-course lecture and laboratory 1480 12:30p.m.-4:50p.m. MTWTh SCI 201 Price W M
*No UC credit given for Biology 3 if taken after Biology 21, 22 sequence for Biology majors, including Biology 21, 22, and 23. Arrange-3 Hours SCI 245 Price W M
or 23.
It describes how scientists approach the scientific method to
This general biology course is for transfer students who are generate scientific knowledge; studies the history, evidence,
not biology majors. Topics include basic molecular and cel- and mechanisms of evolution; identifies the chemistry of
Botany
lular biology, genetics, the anatomy and physiology of plants, four classes of macromolecules; elucidates the cell principle Please see listing under “Biological Sciences.”
animals and humans, the diversity of life, evolution, and ecol- including cell structure, function, and physiology; describes
ogy. Current environmental issues and new developments in general energy metabolism; and illustrates the processes of
biological science are discussed. Laboratory experiences are growth and reproduction through mitosis, meiosis, develop-
Broadcasting
integrated and stress scientific methodology and thinking. ment, and life cycles. Students are required to perform at Please see listing under “Media Studies.”
Credit is allowed for either Biology 3 or Botany 1, but not both. least two experiments that require data collection, computer-
1051 8:00a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh SCI 227 Baker E H based data management and graphing, and scientific analysis
1052 8:00a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh SCI 225
1053 12:45p.m.-5:05p.m. MTWTh SCI 227
Scuric Z
Bland J D
and interpretation of data. The course is designed to meet the Business
needs of students transferring to upper division biology study.
4004 5:30p.m.-9:50p.m. MTWTh SCI 227 Gartner G E Business Managers coordinate business activities in both private
4005 6:30p.m.-9:50p.m. MTTh SCI 225 Chen T T 1059 8:00a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh SCI 124 Vagin O
industry and public agencies. They are responsible for operations,
Arrange-7.5 Hours ONLINE Chen T T maintenance, purchasing, planning, organizing, budgeting, and
MCRBIO 1, FUNDAMENTALS OF MICROBIOLOGY 5 UNITS
Above section 4005 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online Transfer: UC, CSU directing the work of the employees. Business executives are the high-
via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/ er-level management staff, directing the activities of the firm. They
IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences, + LAB)
OnlineEd. develop and administer policies to maximize profits. They also direct
• Prerequisite: Chemistry 19 (preferred) or Chemistry 10 or eligibility
financial programs and develop policies aimed at maintaining good
BIOL 9, ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY 3 UNITS for Chemistry 11; and Physiology 3 or Biology 3 or 21.
relations with the public, stockholders, employees, and customers.
Transfer: UC, CSU • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
IGETC AREA 5B (Biological Sciences, non-lab) This course involves study of several types of microorgan- BUS 1, INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3 UNITS
• Prerequisite: None. isms with emphasis on bacteria. Principles of microbiology, Transfer: UC, CSU
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. metabolism, genetics, immunology, and medical and non- C-ID: BUS 110.
This course satisfies Santa Monica College’s Global Citizenship medical applications are considered. The laboratory includes • Prerequisite: None.
requirement. aseptic transfer techniques, cultural characteristics, methods • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
This survey course covers ecological principles including eco- of microscopy, and analytical techniques for identifying An overview of the functional areas of business in a global
system structure and function, population dynamics and the microbial organisms. The course content is related to both society. Students will complete the course with knowledge of
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the general business environment, economic systems, busi- personal selling, public relations, publicity, and interactive students with an understanding of the role of management
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
ness ethics, operations and project management, and tech- media. and how to develop plans and execute strategies in pursuit of
nology and information systems. In addition, students will 1075 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Coplen J S organizational goals.
learn the fundamentals of economics, business ownership, Above section 1075 is a Distance Education course conducted over 1081 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rockwell C
entrepreneurship, finance, management, leadership, and the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Above section 1081 is a Distance Education course conducted over
marketing. Key themes woven throughout the course include the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
exploration of career options and development of business BUS 32, BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 3 UNITS
problem-solving skills. Transfer: CSU BUS 82, SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 3 UNITS
1062 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh BUS 106 Staff C-ID: BUS 115. Transfer: CSU
1063 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Veas S • Prerequisite: English 1 or Business 31. • Prerequisite: None.
Above section 1063 is a Distance Education course conducted over This course surveys the principles and techniques of current This course is an overview of the entire supply chain and its
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. and evolving business communication as a process in a vari- key elements. Students are exposed to concepts, models, and
1064 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Veas S ety of business situations. The course emphasizes planning, terminology used in demand planning, inventory planning,
Above section 1064 is a Distance Education course conducted over organizing, composing, and revising business documents material planning, distribution planning, fulfillment planning,
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. using appropriate utilization of a variety of technological and related components of a supply chain are examined.
1065 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Sedky S M platforms, business related internet writing contexts, and 1082 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Everett K M
Above section 1065 is a Distance Education course conducted over web resources. Also, this course will incorporate a variety of Above section 1082 is a Distance Education course conducted over
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. internet-based communication tools relevant to doing busi- the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
1066 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Sedky S M ness in today’s world. This course is designed for students
Above section 1066 is a Distance Education course conducted over who already have college-level writing skills.
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1067 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Everett K M
1076 8:00a.m.-10:15a.m. TTh
Arrange-4.5 Hours
BUS 252
ONLINE
Rockwell C
Rockwell C
Chemistry
Above section 1067 is a Distance Education course conducted over Above section 1076 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online Chemists study the properties of matter and make qualitative and
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/ quantitative analysis of many substances. They conduct a variety of
OnlineEd. experiments and tests in laboratories to develop new knowledge or
BUS 5, BUSINESS LAW AND THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT 3 UNITS 1077 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Soucy S H maintain control over the quality of existing products and procedures.
Transfer: UC*, CSU
Above section 1077 is a Distance Education course conducted over Chemists may work in research and development, or production and
C-ID: BUS 120 and BUS 125.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. quality control in the chemical manufacturing industry, and in educa-
• Prerequisite: None. tion or government institutions.
*Maximum UC credit allowed for ACCTG 26, BUS 5, BUS 6 is one BUS 45, INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL PLANNING 3 UNITS Students must be present at the first lab session of a chemistry course
course (3 units). Transfer: CSU to be assured of admission to limited lab spaces.
This course provides students with an overview of the fun- • Prerequisite: Math 31. Students who wish to enroll in a chemistry course must demonstrate
damental legal principles pertaining to business transactions This course provides students with the tools to achieve their that they have met the prerequisites for the course prior to enroll-
and related topics. It also encompasses introductory subjects personal financial goals. It will help them make informed ment. Continuing students must complete prerequisite courses with a
concerning the U.S. legal system such as the court structure, decisions related to spending, saving, borrowing, and invest- C or better. If currently enrolled in a prerequisite course at SMC at the
sources of law, legal reasoning and case analysis. To give ing by training them to apply quantitative reasoning concepts time of enrollment, students will be admitted to subsequent courses
students a broad perspective on the various laws and areas to solve problems. Topics covered include personal financial based upon midterm placement results, but will be dropped if the
impacting business, the following topics are also explored: prerequisite course is not completed with a C or better. Students who
planning; money management; tax strategy; consumer credit; have successfully completed one or more prerequisite courses (earn-
criminal law, torts, civil procedure, administrative processes, purchasing decisions; insurance; investing in stocks, bonds, ing a grade of C- or better in both the lecture and lab courses and an
contract law, ethics, constitutional law, agency and the legal and mutual funds; retirement; and estate planning. average of C (2.0) or better overall) at another institution may be able
principles pertaining to business entities. to verify having met the prerequisites by submitting a transcript and
Business 45 is the same class as Accounting 45. Students may
1068 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh BUS 207 Klugman E B earn credit for one, but not for both. course description and course syllabus for the prerequisite courses.
1069 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUS 207 Klugman E B 1078 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Resnick W J Some of the courses listed in this section are accompanied by
1070 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Khalil N Supplemental Instruction. Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academ-
Above section 1078 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Above section 1070 is a Distance Education course conducted over the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. ic assistance program that utilizes free peer-assisted weekly study
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. sessions to help students learn the most difficult course content. For
1071 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Nasser D M BUS 46, INTRODUCTION TO INVESTMENTS 3 UNITS more information, please see the SI website at smc.edu/si.
Above section 1071 is a Distance Education course conducted over Transfer: CSU
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. • Prerequisite: None. CHEM 9, EVERYDAY CHEMISTRY 5 UNITS
1072 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Nasser D M Transfer: UC*, CSU
This course provides a comprehensive view of securities, mar- IGETC AREA 5A (Physical Sciences + LAB)
Above section 1072 is a Distance Education course conducted over kets, and investment techniques, ranging from simple invest-
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. • Satisfies Global Citizenship
ment programs to advanced speculative market techniques. • Prerequisite: None.
BUS 20, PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3 UNITS 1079 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Shishido K M *UC gives no credit for Chemistry 9 if taken after Chemistry 11.
Transfer: CSU Above section 1079 is a Distance Education course conducted over Maximum UC credit for Chemistry 9 and 10 combined is one
• Prerequisite: None. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. course.
This course introduces modern business marketing concepts This course fulfills the general education requirements for a
BUS 62, HUMAN RELATIONS AND ETHICAL ISSUES
and strategies and familiarizes the student with standards, IN BUSINESS 3 UNITS
laboratory science course. Students who successfully com-
procedures, and techniques used in marketing. Topics include Transfer: CSU
plete this course will understand basic chemical principles
marketing research; consumer behavior; target marketing; • Prerequisite: None. and how these principles relate to the Earth’s natural systems
green marketing; and product, pricing, promotion, and distri- and cycles, with emphasis on humanity’s impact on Earth’s
This course provides concrete guidance in using human natural environments. Students will gain a scientific under-
bution strategies.
relations skills in the workplace that will promote working standing of the impact of human activity on natural systems
1074 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Nalepa L L effectively with others. Strategies are integrated throughout
Above section 1074 is a Distance Education course conducted over and sustainability. Students will also learn common labora-
the course that will enable students to apply human relations tory techniques, including the safe handling of chemicals
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. theories and applications to the real world of work. Ethical and the proper use of laboratory equipment, as they analyze
BUS 28, MARKETING PROMOTION 3 UNITS issues in business are addressed where students will learn an environmental problems and solutions.
Transfer: CSU explicit process of ethical reasoning that will aid in defining
and dealing with dilemmas in the workplace. Current events Students enrolling in this course should have math skills equiva-
• Prerequisite: None. lent to those entering Math 31. This course does not fulfill the
and case studies will be used to develop critical skills as stu- prerequisite for Chemistry 11.
This course addresses strategies marketers may use to best dents apply theories and principles.
communicate with their customers and other stakeholders. 1083 1:15p.m.-6:20p.m. MW SCI 157 Mejia Leiva C N
By applying an Integrated Marketing Communications per- 1080 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Babcock L G 1:15p.m.-6:20p.m. TTh SCI 305 Mejia Leiva C N
spective to marketing promotion, all aspects of communica- Above section 1080 is a Distance Education course conducted over
tion are pulled together, thereby providing a more complete the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. CHEM 10, INTRODUCTORY GENERAL CHEMISTRY 5 UNITS
Transfer: UC*, CSU
treatment of advertising, sales promotion, direct marketing, BUS 65, MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES 3 UNITS IGETC AREA 5A (Physical Sciences, + LAB)
Transfer: CSU • Prerequisite: Math 31 or Math 49.
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer • Prerequisite: None. *UC gives no credit for Chemistry 10 if taken after Chemistry
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete This course introduces the student to management concepts 11. Maximum UC credit for Chemistry 9 and 10 combined is one
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab course.
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” and strategies used by modern businesses. The course is
designed to familiarize student with the accepted standards, Chemistry 10 is an introductory laboratory course. It intro-
Students with disability related access needs, refer to procedures, and techniques employed by top, middle, and duces principles, laws, and nomenclature of inorganic chem-
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
supervisory level managers. Further, the course provides istry and organic chemistry. Chemistry 10 prepares students
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to take the General Chemistry sequence (Chemistry 11 and CHEM 22, ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II 4 UNITS 1112 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh LS 105 Junius J A

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Chemistry 12). It additionally serves as a basic chemistry Transfer: UC*, CSU 1113 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh LS 119 Avalos R
course for the allied health majors (such as nursing and nutri- IGETC AREA 5A (Physical Sciences) 1114 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh LS 152 Sadeghi-Tabrizi F
tion). It also serves to fulfill general education requirements. • Prerequisite: Chemistry 21. 1115 2:45p.m.-5:45p.m. TWTh LS 110 Kaimikaua-Green C I
Students who successfully complete this course will under- *Maximum UC credit for Chemistry 22 and Chemistry 24 com- 1116 2:45p.m.-5:45p.m. TWTh LS 117 Avalos R
stand basic chemical principles and will have practiced quanti- bined is 5 units. 1117 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Andrade L M
tative reasoning and problem solving skills. Students will also This course is a continuation of Chem 21, with emphasis on Above section 1117 is a Distance Education course conducted over
have learned various lab techniques, including the safe and the remaining functional groups and types of reactions. Also the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
competent handling of chemicals and laboratory equipment. included is an introduction to the organic chemistry of bio- 4006 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh LS 117 McNamara C V
1084 8:00a.m.-1:05p.m. MW SCI 157 Strathearn M D chemical compounds. Chem 22 includes lecture and discus- COM ST 16, FUNDAMENTALS OF SMALL GROUP
8:00a.m.-1:05p.m. TTh SCI 301 Strathearn M D sion. The second semester of organic chemistry laboratory DISCUSSION 3 UNITS
1085 8:00a.m.-1:05p.m. MW SCI 332 Taylor S M is a separate course, Chem 24. Chem 21 and 22 constitute Transfer: UC, CSU
8:00a.m.-1:05p.m. TTh SCI 153 Taylor S M two semesters of organic chemistry with one semester of C-ID: COMM 140.
1087 1:15p.m.-6:20p.m. MW SCI 155 Lavallee R J organic chemistry laboratory. Chem 21, 22, and 24 constitute IGETC AREA IC (Oral Communication)
1:15p.m.-6:20p.m. TTh SCI 301 Lavallee R J two semesters of organic chemistry with two semesters of • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
1088 1:30p.m.-5:35p.m. TThF SCI 153 Ebrahimi H laboratory. Formerly Speech 6.
1:30p.m.-5:35p.m. MW SCI 332 Ebrahimi H 1098 2:30p.m.-7:20p.m. TThF SCI 140 Kline M L
1089 1:30p.m.-6:35p.m. MW SCI 140 Papazyan A This course focuses on the identification and analysis of
1:30p.m.-6:35p.m. TTh SCI 322 Papazyan A processes and challenges of communication as affected by
1090 2:30p.m.-7:35p.m. MW SCI 153 Walker Waugh M V Cinema small group interactions. This course helps students develop

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2:30p.m.-7:35p.m. TTh SCI 332 Walker Waugh M V competence and confidence as a group member and leader
Please see listing under “Film Studies.” through a combination of theoretical and practical knowl-
CHEM 11, GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 5 UNITS edge of small groups in everyday life. The course focuses on
Transfer: UC, CSU
C-ID: CHEM 110.
Communication the principles of communication theory as they apply to the
small group setting with an emphasis on practical application
IGETC AREA 5A (Physical Sciences, + LAB) Please see listing under “Media Studies.” through study and practice in various group activities.
• Prerequisite: Chemistry 10 and Math 20.
1118 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh LS 106 Fox N M
Students seeking waiver of the Chemistry 10 prerequisite should
take the Chemistry 10 Challenge Exam. Students taking Chemistry
11 and 12 must have access to the Internet to complete class Communication 1119 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh LS 106 Staff

assignments.
This course is the first semester of a two-semester, stan-
Studies COM ST 21, ARGUMENTATION 3 UNITS
Transfer: UC, CSU
C-ID: COMM 120.
dard first year college chemistry course (Chemistry 11 and Communication Studies offers students courses that combine theory IGETC AREA 1C (Oral Communication).
Chemistry 12). It introduces the fields of physical, analytical, and application in many areas of the discipline. These courses encour- • Prerequisite: None.
inorganic, and organic chemistry. Topics to be discussed age our students to apply conceptual material to daily interactions in • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
include atomic structure, chemical bonding, common types of a variety of communication contexts. In addition, our discipline pro- Formerly Speech 11.
reactions, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, and the proper- vides a wide range of course offerings in the Communication Studies
ties of gases, liquids, and solids. major. Oral Communication focuses on the skills and knowledge Principles of argumentative discourse applied to contem-
1091 7:30a.m.-12:40p.m. MW SCI 322 Nauli S needed for creating effective and appropriate public communica- porary issues are studied in this course. An analysis of the
tion skills. Courses include public speaking, oral interpretation of relationship between evidence and the process of reasoning
7:30a.m.-12:40p.m. TThF SCI 157 Nauli S
literature, persuasion, group communication, argumentation, and is included.
1092 8:00a.m.-1:10p.m. MWF SCI 140 Schmidt E competitive speech and debate. Students completing courses in oral
8:00a.m.-1:10p.m. TTh SCI 322 Schmidt E 1120 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LS 106 Menjivar M I
communication gain practical skills in researching, developing and
1093 8:00a.m.-1:10p.m. MW SCI 301 Murphy J E presenting ideas and arguments in a variety of contexts preparing
8:00a.m.-1:10p.m. TThF SCI 155 Murphy J E COM ST 35, INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3 UNITS
them for upper division, workplace, and personal presentations.
1094 1:30p.m.-6:40p.m. MW SCI 301 Dhar G Transfer: UC, CSU
Communication Theory focuses on human communication theory,
1:30p.m.-6:40p.m. TThF SCI 155 Dhar G C-ID: COMM 130.
especially as it relates to the interpersonal and/or group levels of
1:30p.m.-6:40p.m. MW SCI 301 Scholefield M R communication. Courses in this area include interpersonal, group IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences)
1:30p.m.-6:40p.m. TThF SCI 155 Scholefield M R communication, intercultural communication, gender and communi- • Prerequisite: None.
1095 1:00p.m.-6:10p.m. MW SCI 322 Abbani M A cation, communication theory and research methodologies. Students Formerly Speech 5.
1:00p.m.-6:10p.m. TThF SCI 157 Abbani M A completing courses in the communication theory area learn theoreti- Techniques for effective interpersonal communication are
cal knowledge to prepare them for transfer into communication stud-
CHEM 12, GENERAL CHEMISTRY II 5 UNITS ies programs at the university and practical communication skills to
studied with emphasis on developing awareness of one’s
Transfer: UC, CSU improve their own interpersonal effectiveness. own actions and their impact on relationships. Verbal and
IGETC AREA 5A (Physical Sciences, + LAB) nonverbal communication styles are analyzed and practiced
• Prerequisite: Chemistry 11 and Math 2. COM ST 9, INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION in one-to-one and small group situations. Lecture, discussion,
Students taking Chemistry 11 and 12 must have access to the STUDIES 3 UNITS and class participation are utilized to demonstrate a variety of
Internet to complete class assignments. Transfer: UC, CSU skills including listening conflict resolution, and the effective
This course is a continuation of Chem 11. Topics covered
IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences) use of language in personal and professional interactions.
• Prerequisite: None. In addition, exercises in body language, role playing, and
include kinetics, equilibrium, acid-base chemistry, precipita-
tion reactions, coordination chemistry, thermodynamics, and This course is a survey of the discipline of communication self-disclosure and positive/negative thinking help students
electrochemistry. studies that emphasizes the history, interest areas, major understand the power of the communication process.
theories, and contemporary and emerging issues in the field. 1121 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh LS 119 Ogata D K
1096 9:00a.m.-2:10p.m. TThF SCI 332 Gallogly E B
9:00a.m.-2:10p.m. MW SCI 153 Gallogly E B
This course will specifically cover interpersonal, group, inter- 1122 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LA 236 Junius J A
cultural, mass and health communication in addition to an 1123 2:45p.m.-5:45p.m. TWTh LS 106 Staff
CHEM 19, FUNDAMENTALS OF GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND overview of public speaking. 1124 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Brown N A
BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 5 UNITS 1105 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LS 105 Chekroun J C Above section 1124 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Transfer: UC, CSU the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
IGETC AREA 5A (Physical Sciences, + LAB) COM ST 11, ELEMENTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 UNITS 1125 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Broccard D
• Prerequisite: Math 31 or Math 49. Transfer: UC, CSU Above section 1125 is a Distance Education course conducted over
This one-semester course is designed for students preparing C-ID: COMM 110. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
IGETC AREA 1C (Oral Communication)
for studies in nursing or related allied health professions.
• Prerequisite: None.
Topics include measurements, unit conversions, atomic and
molecular structure, chemical reactions and equations, gases, Formerly Speech 1. Computer Information
solutions and acid/base chemistry. There will be a special
emphasis on properties and reactions of biologically relevant
This is a course in public speaking for students learning
to prepare and deliver platform speeches. Assignments Systems
compounds. include speeches of description, exposition, and persuasion.
Techniques for controlling tension, building self-confidence, The Computer Information Systems (CIS) program includes courses
This course is NOT equivalent to CHEM 10 and does NOT meet the in web authoring, desktop publishing, social media, Microsoft Office
prerequisite requirement for CHEM 11. and effective listening are emphasized.
and Adobe applications. Students focusing on web applications attain
1097 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW SCI 305 Pecorelli T A 1106 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh LS 105 Sung M the skills to professionally design, develop, and manage websites. The
8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh SCI 140 Pecorelli T A 1107 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh LS 117 Martin B S department also offers courses that lead to careers in social media.
8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. F SCI 153 Pecorelli T A 1108 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LS 117 Sadeghi-Tabrizi F The office application courses prepare students for positions such as
8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW SCI 305 Dhar G 1109 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LS 110 Fox N M office managers who oversee a variety of administrative, clerical,
8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh SCI 140 Dhar G 1110 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LS 119 Ogata D K and accounting functions necessary to efficiently run and maintain
8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. F SCI 153 Dhar G 1111 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh LS 110 Kaimikaua-Green C I business information systems. The CIS program manages industry
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certification programs for Microsoft, QuickBooks, and Adobe products This course is for the non-design student interested in learn- • Prerequisite: None.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
for students. ing Photoshop. Students will learn image creation and editing • Advisory: CS 3.
Keyboarding skills of 25 words per minute or enrollment in OFTECH 1A using Adobe Photoshop. Students learn to create, repair and This course will include a review of the concepts of structured
or 9 are recommended for computer applications classes. modify images, scan photos, plan composite images and cre- programming, error checking, sorting, searching, data types,
ate special effects for use in a variety of applications. Hands- advanced array handling methods, pointers, and data struc-
CIS 1, INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION on experience is provided in a microcomputer lab. This class
SYSTEMS 3 UNITS
tures. Applications in business, mathematics, and science will
covers the objectives necessary for the Visual Communication be discussed.
Transfer: UC*, CSU
using Adobe Photoshop (ACA) certification. 1164 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Dehkhoda A
• Prerequisite: None.
*No UC credit for CIS 1 or 4 if taken after CS 3. This course uses Adobe Photoshop CC. Above section 1164 is a Distance Education course conducted over
1104 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Valdivia O the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
This beginning course explores the foundations of technology Above section 1104 is a Distance Education course conducted over 1165 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Darwiche J
as well as current trends and emerging topics in informa- the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Above section 1165 is a Distance Education course conducted over
tion technology. Students complete hands-on projects in the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
operating systems, web browsers, and web-based office
applications. Students will also be introduced to topics such
as understanding programming, computer security and social Computer Science CS 52, C++ PROGRAMMING 3 UNITS
Transfer: UC, CSU
media. • Prerequisite: None.
The study of computer science leads to a variety of careers that
This course uses Microsoft Word 2016 and Windows 10. require core skills such as programming, and data structures. In • Advisory: CS 50.
1099 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW BUS 253 Scott today’s world, cloud computing, security, and web development This course is a continuation of C language programming
are key areas of interest in all industries. Additional areas of study using the C++ superset of C. C++ offers the following enhance-
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Jacqueline D
Above section 1099 Google Apps (Docs and Sheets) as well as include computer architecture, databases and networks. Computer ments to C: operator and function overloading, information
code.org science careers titles include programmer, software developer, sys- hiding, inheritance, and virtual functions. C++ will be used in
1100 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Canada S A tems analyst, database administrator, systems administrator among the context of both traditional and object-oriented program-
many others.
Above section 1100 is a Distance Education course conducted ming.
over the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/ Keyboarding skills of 25 words per minute or enrollment in OFTECH 1A
or 9A are recommended for computer programming classes. Software included in course material.
OnlineEd. Above section 1100 Google Apps (Docs and Sheets) as
well as code.org 1166 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rattanasook H
CS 3, INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SYSTEMS 3 UNITS Above section 1166 is a Distance Education course conducted over
CIS 4, BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS Transfer: UC*, CSU the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
WITH APPLICATIONS 3 UNITS • Prerequisite: None.
Transfer: UC*, CSU *No UC credit for CIS 1 or 4 if taken after CS 3. CS 55, JAVA PROGRAMMING 3 UNITS
C-ID: BUS 140. Transfer: UC, CSU
This is a beginning course intended for students who plan to • Prerequisite: None.
• Prerequisite: None.
take additional computer programming or computer science • Advisory: CS 19 or 50.
This is not a beginning computing course. It is recommended that courses. Emphasis in the course is divided between a broad
students take CIS 1 prior to CIS 4. Ability to keyboard 25 words Java is a general-purpose language for writing platform-inde-
per minute is recommended. *No UC credit for CIS 1 or 4 if taken survey of the field of computer information systems and the
pendent, robust, secure programs. This course is intended for
after CS 3. acquisition of computer skills necessary for more advanced
students who have completed a course in C programming.
This course introduces students to information systems and classes. Such skills would involve use of the operating system,
Students will learn how to develop Java applications and
their role in business. Topics include information systems, file management techniques, use of an editor, and an intro-
applets. Topics covered include the Java programming lan-
database management systems, networking, e-commerce, duction to programming.
guage, object-oriented programming (OOP), the Java appli-
ethics and security, computer systems, hardware systems, 1158 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW BUS 201 Supat W cations programming interface (API), and graphical user
and application software (word processing, spreadsheet, 1159 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh BUS 201 Supat W interfaces (GUI’s).
database, and presentation graphics). In this course, students 1160 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Eshaghian M M
1167 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Dehkhoda A
develop computer-based solutions to a variety of business Above section 1160 is a Distance Education course conducted over
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Above section 1167 is a Distance Education course conducted over
problems. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
1161 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Eshaghian M M
This course teaches Word 2016, Excel 2016, Access 2016,
PowerPoint 2016, and Windows 10. Above section 1161 is a Distance Education course conducted over CS 80, INTERNET PROGRAMMING 3 UNITS
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Transfer: CSU
1101 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rothaupt B L
Above section 1101 is a Distance Education course conducted over • Prerequisite: None.
CS 7, PROGRAMMING FOR NON-COMPUTER SCIENCE
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. MAJORS 3 UNITS • Advisory: CS 3.
1102 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rothaupt B L Transfer: CSU This course covers the basic technologies used to program
Above section 1102 is a Distance Education course conducted over This introductory course covers programming concepts and Web-based applications. Topics include: HTML5, Cascading
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Style Sheets (CSS), XML and JavaScript, along with a basic
techniques applicable to those with no computer science
background. The course is designed to assist those in non- survey of the latest extensions on JS.
CIS 30, MICROSOFT EXCEL 3 UNITS
Transfer: CSU computer science fields to develop small-scale projects. 1168 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Geddes Jr J K
• Prerequisite: None. Topics covered include computer organization, data repre- Above section 1168 is a Distance Education course conducted over
sentation, variables, branching, loops, procedures, exter- the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
• Advisory: CIS 4.
This course includes a detailed study of business applications nal access and the web. Tools used include HTML5, CSS3,
Javascript, and JQuery. CS 81, JAVASCRIPT PROGRAMMING 3 UNITS
using Microsoft Excel spreadsheet package. Topics include Transfer: CSU
the commands, formats, and functions of Excel with empha- 1162 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Seno V T • Prerequisite: None.
sis on its use as a problem solving and financial analysis tool. Above section 1162 is a Distance Education course conducted over • Advisory: CS 80.
Students will also learn to create macros, customize ribbons the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
This introductory programming course teaches the fun-
and tabs, and integrate Excel with other applications and the CS 15, VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING 3 UNITS damentals of computer programming with the JavaScript
World Wide Web. Students will also have an introduction to Transfer: UC, CSU language, the standard for client-side Web programming. It
writing Visual Basic code. • Prerequisite: None. offers a thorough treatment of programming concepts with
This course uses Microsoft Excel 2016 Professional. • Advisory: CS 3. programs that yield visible or audible results in Web pages
1103 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Bolandhemat F This introductory course covers basic programming con- and Web-based applications. It shows how to use Core and
Above section 1103 is a Distance Education course conducted over structs and techniques using VB.Net. Students will learn how Client-Side JavaScript and the Document Object Model to
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. to plan, create and debug code based on Object Oriented build interactive, high-performance Web sites.
Programming design and analysis techniques. Topics cov- This course uses JavaScript which is open-source (free) software.
CIS 60A, PHOTOSHOP I 3 UNITS
Transfer: CSU ered include Data Types, Variables, Decision Statements, 1169 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Seno V T
• Prerequisite: None. Loops, Arrays Input/Output, and basics of Object Oriented Above section 1169 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Programming using Classes and Objects. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
• Advisory: CIS 1.
VB .NET complier software is included in course material. This
CS 87A, PYTHON PROGRAMMING 3 UNITS
course helps students pass Microsoft Certification Exams.
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer Transfer: UC, CSU
1163 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Bolandhemat F
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete • Prerequisite: None.
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab Above section 1163 is a Distance Education course conducted over
• Advisory: CS 3.
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
This course introduces the Python programming language.
Students with disability related access needs, refer to CS 50, C PROGRAMMING 3 UNITS Students will learn how to write programs dealing in a wide
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
Transfer: UC, CSU range of application domains. Topics covered include the
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language syntax, IDE, control flow, strings, I/O, classes and instructed in the basic concepts of health, safety and related This variable unit, variable hour, open-entry/open-exit expe-

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
regular expressions. Students may use either a PC (Windows) chemistry. rience provides the opportunity to obtain practical salon
or a Mac (Linux) to complete their programming assignments. 1129 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. M BUS 143C Ijames S V training working on patrons. The practical work is as close to
1170 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Darwiche J actual beauty salon experience as possible. Students will earn
Above section 1170 is a Distance Education course conducted over COSM 38, SKIN CARE 3 0.5 UNIT hours toward the required practical hours and operations to
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. • Prerequisite: None. be eligible to take the California State Board of Barbering and
• Advisory: Cosmetology 28. Cosmetology exam under the supervision of faculty. The stu-
CS 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE 1 UNIT This is the third skin care class required for all entering stu- dent has fulfilled the salon requirement upon completion of
Transfer: CSU 650-700 hours and has successfully demonstrated all required
dents who wish to be licensed for Cosmetology or Esthetics
Please see “Independent Studies” section. by the state of California. This course is a continuation of 28B. operations.
1171 Arrange-3 Hours Stahl H A The students will learn more advanced techniques for chemi- 1135 Arrange-36 Hours BUS 143F Moisan A V
cal and electrical facials with galvanic current, high frequency, Arrange-Time BUS 143F Assadi J
CS 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN and many European massage techniques. Arrange-Time BUS 143F Ijames S V
COMPUTER SCIENCE 2 UNITS
1130 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. W BUS 143D Lim J Y Arrange-Time BUS 143F Monge J V
Transfer: CSU
12:30p.m.-2:30p.m. W BUS 143E Lim J Y Arrange-Time BUS 143F Harrison H L
Please see “Independent Studies” section.
1172 Arrange-2 Hours Stahl H A COSM 48, SKIN CARE 4 0.5 UNIT
• Prerequisite: None.
• Advisory: Cosmetology 38.
Counseling
Cosmetology

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This is the fourth skin care class required for all continuing stu- Formerly listed as Human Development.
dents who wish to be licensed for Esthetics and Cosmetology The Counseling Department offers courses which assist students
Cosmetology is a career technical all-inclusive program that prepares by the state of California. This course will be a combination of with student success strategies, learning and study skills, AA degree
students for a wide range of careers within the beauty industry. The theory and practical application. It will prepare the student to and transfer planning, career development and internships, conflict
curriculum offers a theoretical and practical component along with a resolution skills and behavior management. Disabled Student Services
hands-on approach to learning that includes up- take the State Board examination required to obtain a license
in Skin Care. offers several such courses and more which provide specialized infor-
to-date interactive demonstrations and training on clients in a salon mation for disability-related concerns.
setting. This prepares the students to possess the knowledge and 1131 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. Th BUS 143D Kepler J M
12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. Th BUS 143D Kepler J M Students may apply a maximum of 4 units of Counseling courses to
skills for career opportunities in the beauty industry such as haircut- the AA degree. The following courses are exempt from this unit limita-
ting, hairstyling, colorist, chemical specialist, skin and nail spas, sales tion: Counseling 12, 20 and 30.
and entrepreneurship. Students are coached in the importance of COSM 48B, ADVANCED MAKE-UP 0.5 UNIT
professionalism and creativity in an experiential learning environment • Prerequisite: None.
COUNS 1, DEVELOPING LEARNING SKILLS 1 UNIT
with motivated faculty. Upon completion of the courses, students are • Advisory: Cosmetology 28A.
prepared to take and pass the California State Board of Barbering and • Prerequisite: None.
This class is required for all students who wish to be licensed Maximum credit of AA applicable counseling courses may be
Cosmetology exam to become a licensed cosmetologist, esthetician or
manicurist. Courses may lead to an associate degree in cosmetology
for Esthetics and Cosmetology by the state of California. This limited; check with counseling.
and/or a certificate of achievement. Students may attend the pro- is an intense class in make-up application. This course will This course is designed to help students at all academic
grams on a full or part time basis. include color theory, blending make-up, the use of conceal- levels to improve their study skills in time management, goal-
New Student Orientations will be held on November 13, 2018, ers, highlighters and contours. The application of blush, setting, lecture and textbook note-taking, textbook reading,
February 6, March 19, and May 7, 2019 in BUS 143B at 4:00 p.m. powders, lip liners and lipstick, eye makeup techniques, and exam preparation, and test-taking to increase their academic
the application of new trends will also be covered. Students success. This course is offered on a pass/no pass basis only.
COSM 10A, RELATED SCIENCE 1A 1 UNIT will learn how to determine face shapes, the correct way to
• Prerequisite: None. 1136 8:00a.m.-9:15a.m. TTh BUNDY 335 Rayford V R
tweeze, wax eyebrows, and work with brow pencils. Students
will learn evening glamour and high fashion make-up, hair Above section 1136 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
This course provides essential Cosmetology-related theo- Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
ry carefully formulated to prepare a student to pass the removal, special bridal looks, coordination of the wedding
written Cosmetology, Skin Care and Manicure State Board party make-up, and how to conduct a wedding party con- COUNS 11, ORIENTATION TO HIGHER EDUCATION 1 UNIT
Examinations. Basic concepts of bacteriology, sanitation, sultation. Make-up techniques for color and black-and-white Transfer: CSU
health and safety, and physiology pertaining to the head, film and work with studio lighting are included. • Prerequisite: None.
face, hands and arms, are included in this course. 1132 8:00a.m.-2:30p.m. T BUS 143C Myers A M Maximum credit of AA applicable counseling courses may be
1126 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. W BUS 143B Horn S L limited; check with counseling.
12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. W BUS 143B Horn S L COSM 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN COSMETOLOGY 1 UNIT
Transfer: CSU
This course introduces higher education and the Master
COSM 10B, RELATED SCIENCE 1B 1 UNIT Plan for Higher Education in California. Emphasis is on cur-
Please see “Independent Studies” section. ricula available at community colleges, state and independent
• Prerequisite: None. 1133 Arrange-3 Hours Perret D M colleges and universities, and the University of California.
This course provides essential Cosmetology-related theo- Included will be discussion of non-curricular areas in higher
ry carefully formulated to prepare a student to pass the COSM 95A, SALON EXPERIENCE 1 UNIT
education and general educational policies, student govern-
written Cosmetology, Skin Care and Manicure State Board • Prerequisite: Completion of all beginning courses. Cosmetology
students must have completed at least 300 classroom hours; Skin ment and its role in education, and environmental differ-
Examination. Concepts of the State Board of Cosmetology Act
Care students must have completed 60 classroom hours; Nail Care ences in the various institutions of higher learning, especially
and Regulations will be included as well as health and safety.
students must have completed 40 classroom hours. in California. This course should prove especially useful to
1127 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. Th BUS 143B Manuel S M international students or others unfamiliar with the structure
12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. Th BUS 143B Manuel S M COSM 95 is a variable unit course offered in four modules--A, B,
C, or D. Students should sign up for the module that best fits their and philosophy of higher education, both public and private.
course schedules to maximize hours earned. Offered on a credit/no credit basis only.
COSM 18, SKIN CARE 1 0.5 UNIT
• Prerequisite: None. This course is a module of a variable unit, variable hour, 1138 10:15a.m.-11:30a.m. MW MC 7 Staff
This is the first skin care/esthetician class required for all open-entry/open-exit experience provides the opportunity Above section 1138 is recommended for F-1 visa students.
entering students who wish to be licensed for Cosmetology to obtain practical salon training working on patrons. The
or Skin Care/Esthetics in the state of California. This course practical work is as close to actual beauty salon experience as COUNS 12, CAREER PLANNING 1 UNIT
is an introduction to the principles and practice of esthetics possible. Students will earn hours toward the required practi- Transfer: CSU
(skin care). The course includes health and safety concerns: cal hours and operations to be eligible to take the California • Prerequisite: None.
sanitary practice, safe use of tools and equipment. Basic State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology exam, under the This course is designed to inform and assist students in
concepts of anatomy and chemistry related to the skin care supervision of faculty. The student has fulfilled the salon making appropriate and satisfying career choices. Using self-
profession, manipulations, masks, packs, client consultation, requirement upon completion of 650-700 hours and has suc- evaluation instruments, students identify interests, abilities,
skin analysis, conditions, disease and introduction to basic cessful demonstraation of all required operations. values, and goals. Skills necessary for future career investiga-
eyebrow arching are included. 1134 Arrange-18 Hours BUS 143F Perret D M tion and decision-making are included.
1128 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. T BUS 143D Ceballos B A Arrange-Time BUS 143F LeDonne H 1139 8:30a.m.-11:30a.m. T LS 101 Gausman J M
12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. T BUS 143D Ceballos B A Arrange-Time BUS 143F DiCamillo N 1140 8:30a.m.-11:30a.m. F MC 14 Ruiz J
1141 8:30a.m.-11:30a.m. F MC 7 Gurrola D M
COSM 20, RELATED SCIENCE 2 1 UNIT COSM 95B, SALON EXPERIENCE 2 UNITS 1142 12:30p.m.-3:30p.m. W MC 7 Garcia C J
• Prerequisite: None. • Prerequisite: Completion of all beginning courses. Cosmetology 1143 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Fox M P
This class is required for all entering students who wish to students must have completed at least 300 classroom hours; Skin Above section 1143 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Care students must have completed 60 classroom hours; Nail Care the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
be licensed for Cosmetology, Manicuring, or Esthetics by the students must have completed 40 classroom hours.
state of California. This course provides essential cosmetol- 1555 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE J De Caussin
COSM 95 is a variable unit course offered in four modules--A, B,
ogy related theory carefully formulated to prepare a student C, or D. Students should sign up for the module that best fits their Above section 1555 is a Distance Education course conducted over
to pass the written State Board examination. Students are course schedules to maximize hours earned. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
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Go to bookstore.smc.edu to access the online bookstore for details on books and materials (subject to change) for all course sections.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES COUNS 20, STUDENT SUCCESS SEMINAR 3 UNITS Theatrical, social, and sacred ritual is investigated in dif- movement phrasing and vocabularies, and new technical
Transfer: UC, CSU ferent historic periods and places, predominately within skills will be introduced in class.
• Prerequisite: None. Western civilization. Time periods covered include Ancient 1553 10:15a.m.-12:25p.m. MTWThF CPC 310 Aybay Owens S
This course provides an exploration of intellectual, psycholog- Egypt, Classical Greek, Dark Ages, Middle Ages, Renaissance,
ical, social and physical factors that impact lifelong learning, Baroque, Rococo, Romantic, Neo-Classic, and 20th Century. DANCE 55B, DANCE REPERTORY – MODERN 1 UNIT
well-being and success. Topics include motivation and self- Styles and schools of thought include ballet, modern dance, Transfer: UC*, CSU
efficacy; critical thinking, academic integrity and active study jazz and tap, and world dance forms. Attendance of dance • Prerequisite: Audition required.
strategies; health issues and lifestyle choices; relating to oth- productions for which students must purchase tickets is • Advisory: Any Ballet or Modern Dance Course (Dance 31-36,
ers as a global citizen; written and oral communication; time required. 41-46).
management; career exploration; and educational planning. 1174 12:30p.m.-3:30p.m. TWTh CPC 104 Wolin-Tupas R L *Maximum UC credit for Dance 55B and Dance 59A is 4 units.
1148 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh MC 14 Staff This course offers students the opportunity to perform
Dance: Technique and
1149 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh MC 6 Cooper D J modern dance in repertory. Dance majors perform works in
1150 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh MC 14 Lewis M L
new and varied settings to a variety of audiences including
Performance
1151 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Vallejo O
the Jazz Music Series, Studio Stage Concerts, and community
Above section 1151 is a Distance Education course conducted over
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. performances.
1152 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Valentine D See also “Dance: Appreciation and History” 1178 3:40p.m.-6:05p.m. MTWTh CPC 314 Lee J Y
Above section 1152 is a Distance Education course conducted over
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. DANCE 10, FUNDAMENTALS OF DANCE TECHNIQUE 2 UNITS DANCE 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN DANCE 1 UNIT
1153 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Felix J Transfer: UC, CSU Transfer: CSU
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Above section 1153 is a Distance Education course conducted over • Prerequisite: None. Please see “Independent Studies” section.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. This course places emphasis on the fundamental training nec- 1179 Arrange-3 Hours Lee J Y
1154 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Felix J essary for success in a variety of dance and movement styles 1180 Arrange-3 Hours Tomasic M T
Above section 1154 is a Distance Education course conducted over for dance students of all levels. Movement principles from
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. sources including anatomy, biomechanics and rehabilitation DANCE 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN DANCE 2 UNITS
will be utilized to improve body alignment, core stabilization, Please see “Independent Studies” section.
COUNS 90A, GENERAL INTERNSHIP 1 UNIT
breath support and other aspects of technique in key dance 1181 Arrange-6 Hours Staff
Transfer: CSU
movement patterns. Students will demonstrate proper body
Please see “Internships” section. alignment, learn human anatomy as it pertains to the moving DANCE 90A, DANCE INTERNSHIP 1 UNIT
1155 Arrange-12 Hours Johnson De A body, analyze different principles of movement emphasizing Transfer: CSU
time, space and effort as well as enhance the mind-body con- Please see “Internships” section.
COUNS 90B, GENERAL INTERNSHIP 2 UNITS nection through somatic principles.
Transfer: CSU 1182 Arrange-12 Hours Staff
1175 1:00p.m.-3:10p.m. MTWThF CPC 308 Aybay Owens S
Please see “Internships” section. 1:00p.m.-3:10p.m. MTWThF CPC 308 Molnar Cy A
1156 Arrange-20 Hours Johnson De A Above section 1175 is recommended for intermediate through
advanced ballet and modern dancers. Early Childhood
Education
COUNS 90C, GENERAL INTERNSHIP 3 UNITS
Transfer: CSU DANCE 31, BALLET I 1 UNIT
Please see “Internships” section. Transfer: UC, CSU
1157 Arrange-30 Hours Johnson De A • Prerequisite: None. Students taking Early Childhood Education and Education courses
This course is designed to introduce the concepts and prin- that include field work may be required to pay for Live Scan finger-
ciples of classical ballet technique to the beginning student print processing, TB test, and immunization verification.
Dance: Appreciation with emphasis on body alignment/placement. Correct body ECE 2, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF TEACHING YOUNG
and History
alignment and stance will be stressed throughout the semes- CHILDREN 3 UNITS
ter. Class will be taught in the classically accepted manner Transfer: CSU
of learning ballet technique with movement phrases dem- C-ID: ECE 120.
See also “Dance: Technique and Performance” onstrated by the instructor then practiced by the student to • Skills Advisory: Psychology 11.
musical accompaniment. Movement vocabulary designed to
DANCE 2, DANCE IN AMERICAN CULTURE 3 UNITS improve and enhance each dancer’s strength, coordination An examination of the underlying historical contexts and the-
Transfer: UC, CSU and flexibility will be included in each class. oretical principles of developmentally appropriate and best
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts)
4008 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh CPC 304 Jordan A N practices. Explore programs, environments, relationships,
• Satisfies Global Citizenship adult-child interactions, and teaching strategies in supporting
• Prerequisite: None. DANCE 32, BALLET 2 2 UNITS children’s development and learning. Map professional eth-
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. Transfer: UC, CSU ics, career pathways and professional standards. This class is
This course is a comparative and integrative study of world • Prerequisite: None. appropriate for students wanting to work with young children
dance styles of the united States. Included is the study of • Advisory: Dance 31 or equivalent Experience. in a variety of programs, including infant-toddler, preschool,
Native American, European American, African American, This course offers a beginning/intermediate level of classical transitional kindergarten, and kindergarten.
Chicano/Latin American, and Asian American dance styles ballet technique with an emphasis on further developing 1184 10:15a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh BUNDY 328 Elam E J
from their historical origins to the present. The study of dance aesthetic concepts and principles of classical ballet technique Arrange-5 Hours ONLINE Elam E J
traditions from both the technical and cultural perspective is learned in Dance 31. Correct body alignment and stance will
presented in relation to social, theatrical and artistic dance. Above section 1184 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet
continue to be stressed throughout the semester and tech- and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles,
Observation and descriptive skills are learned through films, nique combinations will be added with the goal of mastering CA 90066. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
live performances and lectures. new steps and terminology introduced in barre and centre
1173 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Van Wormer V M sequences. Class will be taught in the classically accepted ECE 4, LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE FOR THE
Above section 1173 is a Distance Education course conducted over manner of learning ballet technique with exercises demon- YOUNG CHILD 3 UNITS
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. strated by the instructor then practiced by the student to Transfer: CSU
musical accompaniment. Movement phrases to improve and • Prerequisite: None.
DANCE 5, DANCE HISTORY 3 UNITS
enhance strength, flexibility and endurance will be included • Advisory: Psychology 11.
Transfer: UC, CSU
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts)
in each class. This course provides a developmental framework for plan-
• Prerequisite: None. 1552 8:00a.m.-10:10a.m. MTWThF CPC 308 Molnar Cy A ning and implementing experiences that support and extend
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. children’s abilities to use language as a means of communi-
DANCE 42, CONTEMPORARY MODERN DANCE 2 2 UNITS
This course is a historical survey course which covers dance Transfer: UC, CSU
cation, as a medium of creative expression and as a tool in
as a religious expression, social form and a performing art. • Prerequisite: None. the development of logical thought. It introduces techniques
• Advisory: Dance 41 or equivalent experience. for assessing children’s language skills and for developing
This course offers a beginning/intermediate level of modern a program to meet those needs through individual interac-
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer dance technique with an emphasis on further developing tions and group activities. The course reviews the current
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete aesthetic concepts and principles of movement learned in research pertaining to language acquisition and pre-reading
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab skills development within a culturally sensitive framework.
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” Dance 41. Correct body alignment and stance will continue
to be stressed throughout the semester and technique com- Students will review children’s literature and obtain practice
Students with disability related access needs, refer to binations will be added with the goal of mastering new steps in story selection, reading and storytelling to young children.
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
and terminology. More complete use of body parts, complex 1185 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Lopez Je
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6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. MW BUNDY 339 Lopez Je issues related to social identity, stereotypes and bias, social 1191 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 156 Lee Sam

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Above section 1185 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet and educational access, media and schooling. Above section 1191 is part of the Scholars Program and enroll-
and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, 1188 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. TTh BUNDY 339 Backlar N P ment is limited to program participants. See Special Programs
CA 90066. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. section of class schedule or smc.edu/scholars for additional
Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Backlar N P
information.
ECE 5, MATH AND SCIENCE FOR THE YOUNG CHILD 3 UNITS Above section 1188 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet 1192 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh HSS 152 Urrutia A Q
Transfer: CSU and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, 1193 12:30p.m.-4:45p.m. TTh HSS 152 Urrutia A Q
• Prerequisite: None. CA 90066. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
1194 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Garcia C P
• Advisory: Psychology 11. Above section 1194 is a Distance Education course conducted over
ECE 30, STRATEGIES FOR WORKING WITH
This course applies child development principles to the CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS 3 UNITS the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
planning of science and mathematics experiences for both Transfer: CSU 1195 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Garcia C P
typically and atypically developing young children. Emphasis • Prerequisite: None. Above section 1195 is a Distance Education course conducted over
is placed on understanding how children develop problem- the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
This course is appropriate for classroom teachers in various 1196 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Brown B C
solving skills, and on recognizing how teachers can facilitate settings, students will identify developmentally appropri-
inquiry-discovery experiences for young children with diverse Above section 1196 is a Distance Education course conducted over
ate behaviors, challenging behaviors and the various influ- the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
learning styles and needs. Course work includes participation ences that effect children’s behavior. Students will analyze
in experiments and field experiences in life sciences. Students 1197 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Brown B C
children’s behaviors and select strategies to make positive Above section 1197 is a Distance Education course conducted over
are required to develop and provide developmentally and
changes. Emphasizes the connection between children’s the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
culturally appropriate activities in science and mathematics
social and emotional development and their success in the 1198 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Su B C
activities for young children.

Wi nte r 2 0 1 9
classroom, and how the teachers’ perceptions, experiences, Above section 1198 is a Distance Education course conducted over
4010 6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. TTh BUNDY 339 Andrews T D the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
and behavior influence child behaviors.
Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Andrews T D 1199 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Su B C
Above section 4010 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet 1189 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Harrison T J
6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. MW BUNDY 321 Harrison T J Above section 1199 is a Distance Education course conducted over
and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
CA 90066. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Above section 1189 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet
and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles,
ECON 2, PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3 UNITS
ECE 11, CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY 3 UNITS CA 90066. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Transfer: UC, CSU
Transfer: UC, CSU
C-ID: ECON 202.
C-ID: CDEV 110. ECE 45, INTRODUCTION TO CHILDREN WITH
SPECIAL NEEDS 3 UNITS IGETC AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
IGETC Area 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences)
Transfer: CSU • Prerequisite: None.
• Satisfies Global Citizenship
• Prerequisite: None. • Skills Advisory: MATH 31 or MATH 49 and Eligibility for English 1.
• Advisory: Psychology 11.
• Advisory: Psychology 11. This course introduces students to measurement of eco-
This course is an examination of the developing child in a nomic aggregates, economic models, and economic policy.
societal context focusing on the interrelationship of family, This course introduces the variations in development of
Measures of economic aggregates include: GDP, the unem-
school and community with an emphasis on historical and individuals with special needs, with special emphasis of
ployment rate, the GDP Deflator, and the Consumer Price
socio-cultural factors. Studies of family systems in contem- children ages birth through eight and the resulting impact
Index. The Great Depression is used as an introduction to
porary society as they impact children and their individual on families. It includes an overview of historical and societal
macroeconomic policy. The course covers the tools of fiscal
heritage, diverse culture, ability and language will be exam- influences, laws relating to children with special needs, and and monetary policy and their impact on aggregate demand,
ined highlighting at least three major American cultures the identification and referral process. The course covers prices, income and interest rates. Additionally, the course
(Latino American, African American, Asian American, Native various categories of disability, including learning and physical introduces students to following models: Classical, Keynesian,
American, and European American). The processes of social- disabilities, autism, mental retardation, behavioral disorders, Monetarist, and Supply Side with their corresponding policy
ization and identity development will be highlighted showing communication disorders, visual and hearing impairments, implications and recommendations.
the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that attention deficit disorders and giftedness.
Students may take Econ 1 and Econ 2 in any order, or even at the
support and empower families. 1190 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. TTh BUNDY 328 Elam E J same time.
1186 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW BUNDY 328 Backlar N P Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Elam E J 1202 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW HSS 152 Abdel-Rahman A A
Above section 1186 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Above section 1190 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet 1203 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 156 Lee Sam
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, Above section 1203 is part of the Scholars Program and enroll-
CA 90066. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. ment is limited to program participants. See Special Programs
ECE 17, INTRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM 3 UNITS section of class schedule or smc.edu/scholars for additional
Transfer: CSU information.
• Prerequisite: None.
C-ID: ECE 130.
Economics 1204 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chan A K-C
Above section 1204 is a Distance Education course conducted over
• Advisory: Psychology 11. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Economics is the study of how society allocates scarce resources. The
Developmentally appropriate curriculum and environments goal is to understand the decisions of businesses and consumers as 1205 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chan A K-C
for young children. Explores teaching strategies and curricu- well as the implications and causes of contemporary economic issues Above section 1205 is a Distance Education course conducted over
lum development based on theoretical frameworks, obser- by developing a systematic and thorough understanding of precisely the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
vation, and assessment. Emphasizes the teacher’s role in how economic systems operate. Courses in the discipline of econom- 1206 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Keskinel M
supporting development and learning across the curriculum, ics study the structure of markets and economies, the relationship Above section 1206 is a Distance Education course conducted over
including all content areas. between regions within the global economy, and strive to convey how the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
1187 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUNDY 339 Roddy L L economists reason and how they analyze models and compare model 1207 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Keskinel M
implications to observations. Above section 1207 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Above section 1187 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Some of the courses listed in this section are accompanied by the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Supplemental Instruction. Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academ-
ECE 19, TEACHING IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY 3 UNITS ic assistance program that utilizes free peer-assisted weekly study
Transfer: CSU sessions to help students learn the most difficult course content. For
more information, please see the SI website at smc.edu/si.
English Composition –
Group A
C-ID: ECE 230.
• Satisfies Global Citizenship
• Prerequisite: None. ECON 1, PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS 3 UNITS
Transfer: UC, CSU
Examination of the development of social identities in diverse Courses below are open to students in English Placement Group A.
C-ID: ECON 201.
societies including theoretical and practical implications of Assessment is required to determine class placement. See smc.edu/
IGETC AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences) assessment.
oppression and privilege as they apply to young children, • Prerequisite: None.
families, programs, classrooms and teaching. Students will Some of the courses listed in this section are accompanied by
• Skills Advisory: MATH 31 or MATH 49 and Eligibility for English 1. Supplemental Instruction. Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academ-
recognize and contrast cultural and historical perspectives of
at least 3 American cultural groups (Latino American, African This course introduces students to the supply and demand ic assistance program that utilizes free peer-assisted weekly study
model, the concept of elasticity, productivity and cost struc- sessions to help students learn the most difficult course content. For
American, Asian American, Native American and European more information, please see the SI website at smc.edu/si.
American) to promote understanding, knowledge, and skills tures. Within the Supply and Demand framework, the class
for educating children in a pluralistic society. Various class- studies the impact of government intervention on markets. ENGL 1, READING AND COMPOSITION 1 3 UNITS
room strategies will be explored emphasizing culturally and The class evaluates alternative market structures in terms of Transfer: UC, CSU
linguistically appropriate anti-bias approaches supporting all prices, efficiency, and the role of the government. IGETC AREA 1A (English Composition)
children in becoming competent members of a diverse soci- Students may take Econ 1 and Econ 2 in any order, or even at the • Prerequisite: English 21B or 22, ESL 21B or Group A on the
ety. The course includes self-examination and reflection on same time. Placement Test.
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This introductory course in rhetoric emphasizes clear, effec- 1268 10:15a.m.-11:30a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 201 Duran A critical thinking and writing, using literature (both fiction and
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
tive written communication and preparation of the research Above section 1268 requires co-enrollment in ENGL 1 section non-fiction) and literary criticism as subject matter.
paper. 1217. 1237 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 211 Padilla M R
1210 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 206 Caggiano S E CO-ENROLLMENT 1238 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 213 Dossett G H
1225 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh MC 3 Hioureas E C 1239 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 210 Rajski B
1211 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 204 Brigstocke J W
1212 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 218 Allen J R Above section 1225 requires co-enrollment in ENGL 28 section 1240 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 214 Motoike K J
1269. 1241 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh MC 4 Dixon M J
1213 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh LA 239 Anderson E
1269 12:30p.m.-1:45p.m. MTWTh MC 3 Hioureas E C 1242 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh LA 136 Martinez-Gil C
1214 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh BUNDY 212 Ireland S P
Above section 1269 requires co-enrollment in ENGL 1 section 1243 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 203 Driscoll L V
Above section 1214 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South 1225.
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. 1244 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUNDY 414 Hall J E
CO-ENROLLMENT Above section 1244 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
1215 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 221 Fuchs C A 1226 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 308 Barham A C
1218 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUS 101 Adams J J Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
Above section 1226 requires co-enrollment in ENGL 28 section 1245 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 210 Rajski B
1219 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUNDY 228 Gildner B J 1270. 1246 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 202 Engelmann D S
Above section 1219 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South 1270 12:30p.m.-1:45p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 308 Barham A C
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Above section 1246 is part of the Scholars Program and enroll-
Above section 1270 requires co-enrollment in ENGL 1 section ment is limited to program participants. See Special Programs
1220 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LA 217 Hertz U L 1226. section of class schedule or smc.edu/scholars for additional
1221 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUNDY 155 Kauffman S R information.
Above section 1221 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South 1247 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 204 Brigstocke J W
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
English Fundamentals 1248 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 214 Hamada M J
Wi nte r 2 0 1 9

1222 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUNDY 151 Staff 1249 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LA 136 Oba R K
Above section 1222 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
– Group C 1250 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh MC 4
1251 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LA 239
Overall S J
Espinosa A A
1223 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 221 Garnica A M Courses below are open to students in English Assessment Groups A 1252 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh CMD 102 Bonar H S
1224 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 206 Caggiano S E and B. Assessment is required to determine class placement. See smc. Above section 1252 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
1227 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 201 Garcia M S edu/assessment. 1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404.
1228 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 218 Motoike K J Some of the courses listed in this section are accompanied by 1253 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 213 Dossett G H
1229 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 213 Garnica A M Supplemental Instruction. Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academ- 1254 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 202 Engelmann D S
1230 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh HSS 155 Edelmann C ic assistance program that utilizes free peer-assisted weekly study 1255 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 211 Martinez-Gil C
1231 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh HSS 206 Will L J sessions to help students learn the most difficult course content. For 1256 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 210 Ross M S
1232 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 221 Livanis L more information, please see the SI website at smc.edu/si. 1257 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh LA 217 Staff
1233 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Reichle R E 1258 2:45p.m.-5:45p.m. TWTh DRSCHR 213 Kemper D E
ENGL 20, READING AND WRITING 2 5 UNITS 1259 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lynch J J
Above section 1233 is a Distance Education course conducted over
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. • Prerequisite: None. Above section 1259 is a Distance Education course conducted over
1234 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Hassman T This course is designed to help students improve intermedi- the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Above section 1234 is a Distance Education course conducted over ate reading and writing skills necessary for college success. 1260 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gustin M J
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Students will increase their reading comprehension and Above section 1260 is a Distance Education course conducted over
1235 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Aghabegian vocabulary; they will build their understanding of patterns the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Diana E of organization used in academic writing, as well as their 1261 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Vishwanadha H
Above section 1235 is a Distance Education course conducted over inferential reading techniques. Through the integrated study Above section 1261 is a Distance Education course conducted over
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. of reading and writing, students will develop an efficient the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
4011 6:30p.m.-9:35p.m. MW DRSCHR 201 Phillips L K writing process appropriate to audience and purpose. The 1262 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Adams J J
course requires classroom work, weekly reading /writing lab Above section 1262 is a Distance Education course conducted over
work, and homework. In English 20, students will also review the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
English Composition – grammar and usage and develop skill in writing in-class, timed
essays. ENGL 6, ENGLISH LITERATURE 2 3 UNITS

Group B 1265 9:30a.m.-1:00p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 215 Davison IV G S


Transfer: UC, CSU
IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities)
ENGL 23, INTERMEDIATE READING AND VOCABULARY 3 UNITS • Prerequisite: English 1.
ENGLISH 1, READING AND COMPOSITION 1 WITH • Prerequisite: Group B on the Placement Test. A continuation of English 5, this course covers English litera-
ENGLISH 28, INTENSIVE COLLEGE WRITING SKILLS 5 UNITS ture from the Romantic Age to the 20th Century.
This course is an intermediate course designed to improve
• Prerequisite: Placement Group B. the reading skills necessary for college success and is strongly 1263 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 203 Driscoll L V
• Corequisite: English 28. recommended for all students who score at the B level on
English 1 is an introductory course in rhetoric and emphasizes the English Assessment Test. It concentrates on techniques ENGL 10, ETHNIC LITERATURE OF THE U.S. 3 UNITS
clear, effective written communication and preparation of Transfer: UC, CSU
of comprehension, such as finding the main idea, recognizing
the research paper. The co-requisite English 28 emphasizes IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities)
details and patterns of organization, as well as inference and
clear, effective written communication and preparation of critical reading skills. It also focuses on vocabulary develop- • Satisfies Global Citizenship
the research paper to prepare students for success in college- ment, study reading techniques and reading rate and flex- • Prerequisite: English 1.
ibility. • Advisory: English 2.
level composition and reading. It consists of instruction in
composition, comprehension and analysis of college-level 1266 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 212 Staff This course compares and contrasts the literature written
readings, and basic research skills. by and about united States ethnic groups, primarily Native
ENGL 28, INTENSIVE COLLEGE WRITING SKILLS 2 UNITS Americans, Asian Americans, African Americans, and Latino/
Students will receive 3 units of transferrable credit for English
1, and 2 units of non-transferrable, degree applicable credit for • Prerequisite: Group B on the Placement Test. Latina Americans, as well as European and Jewish Americans.
English 28. This course emphasizes clear, effective written communica- Students will examine how writers from each of these groups
CO-ENROLLMENT tion and preparation of the research paper to prepare stu- contribute to the creation of cultural identity and spheres
1216 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 212 Wang L Z dents for success in college-level composition and reading. of influence: social, political, intellectual, and historical; and
It consists of instruction in composition, comprehension and how they language a sense of place. Students will come to
Above section 1216 requires co-enrollment in ENGL 28 section
1267. analysis of college-level readings, and basic research skills. understand the significant influence of these writers on the
1267 10:15a.m.-11:30a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 212 Wang L Z
development of an American literature.
1264 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Remmes J
English – Literature
Above section 1267 requires co-enrollment in ENGL 1 section
1216. Above section 1264 is a Distance Education course conducted over
CO-ENROLLMENT the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
1217 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 201 Duran A
ENGL 2, CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND INTERMEDIATE ENGL 41, INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN AMERICAN
Above section 1217 requires co-enrollment in ENGL 28 section LITERATURE 3 UNITS
COMPOSITION 3 UNITS
1268. IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities)
Transfer: UC, CSU
C-ID: ENGL 105. • Prerequisite: English 1.
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer IGETC AREA 1B (English Composition- Critical Thinking) or 3B (Humanities) This course will study the major literary works of Asian
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete • Prerequisite: English 1. American writers who form the rich mosaic of contempo-
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” This course helps students to develop their critical thinking rary American culture. Students will be introduced to the
and writing skills beyond the level achieved in Reading and literature of at least four Asian American communities each
Students with disability related access needs, refer to Composition 1. The course emphasizes the application of semester. The course will explore the complex nature of
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
logical reasoning, analysis, and strategies of argumentation in the Asian American experience and locate the literature of
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ENGLISH COURSE SEQUENCE
English Composition Course
Sequence Optional Support
Courses

GROUP B: English Composition


GROUP A: English Composition

Support courses below are


recommended but not required.
ENGLISH 15 ENGLISH 15 ENGLISH 28 They can be taken in any order
or concurrently with core courses
Reading and Reading and Intensive College Writing
within the same group.
Composition 1 (3 units) Composition 1 (3 units) Skills (2 units)

AND
ENGLISH 48
Speed Reading and College
Vocabulary (3 units)

ENGLISH 23
Intermediate Reading and
Vocabulary (3 units)
GROUP C: English Fundamentals

ENGLISH 24
Grammar Review
(3 units)

ENGLISH 20
Reading and
Writing 2 (5 units)

Note: Students in Placement Group B must enroll in a section LEGEND


of English 1 paired with English 28 for additional support.
5 College-Level Course
Dotted line indicates pathway for
high-performing students that may
be waived by the Instructor into
higher level English.

3-18
these communities in the broader context of contemporary This course concentrates on listening, speaking, and gram-
ESL – Noncredit
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
American literature. mar.
1273 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Vishwanadha H Course credit may not be applied toward satisfaction of Associate
The following courses are noncredit and free. They do NOT carry
Above section 1273 is a Distance Education course conducted over in Arts Degree requirements. It is recommended that students academic credit.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. take this course concurrently with ESL10W.
1276 10:15a.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh ESL 105 Kahn A B ESL 911: BEGINNING LISTENING, SPEAKING AND
ENGL 61, INTRODUCTION TO THE FAIRY TALE 3 UNITS
PRONUNCIATION 0 UNITS
Transfer: UC, CSU ESL 10W, MULTIPLE SKILLS PREPARATION: READING AND
IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities) This course is designed for the beginning ESL student. The
WRITING 6 UNITS
• Prerequisite: English 1. focus is improvement of the student’s pronunciation and
• Prerequisite: None. comprehension of English through exercises which improve
This course is a survey of the history, scholarship, and trans- ESL 10W is a low-intermediate multi-skills course designed to
formations of the fairy tale. The course includes a thematic aural discrimination of sounds, build association of sounds
improve the English language skills of non-native speakers. with written letters; teach placement of lips, tongue and
approach to the first fairy tale collections, examination of
notable criticism, and a review of modern reinventions in This course concentrates on reading, writing, and computer teeth for correct pronunciation; impart correct intonation
literature, film, and new media. assisted language learning (CALL). and stress patterns; improve conversation skills; teach socio-
Course credit may not be applied toward satisfaction of Associate cultural context for intonation and vocabulary.
1274 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Cramer T R
Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Del George D K in Arts Degree requirements. It is recommended that students 7003 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m. TTh BUNDY 440 Holmes W J
Above section 1274 is a Distance Education course conducted over take this course concurrently with ESL10G. Above section 7003 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 1277 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MTTh LA 243 Torrez P J Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. W DRSCHR 203 Torrez P J
Wi nte r 2 0 1 9

ESL 913: INTERMEDIATE LISTENING, SPEAKING AND

English – Creative ESL Writing PRONUNCIATION 0 UNITS


This course is designed for the intermediate ESL student. The
Writing ESL 11A, BASIC ENGLISH 1 6 UNITS
• Prerequisite: ESL 10G and 10W or Group C on the ESL Placement
focus is refinement of pronunciation and comprehension of
English through exercises which improve aural discrimina-
Assessment. tion of sounds; association of sounds with written letters;
ENGL 30A, BEGINNING CREATIVE WRITING 3 UNITS Students who receive a final grade of “C” in ESL 10G or 10W improve intonation, stress patterns and positions of mouth;
Transfer: UC, CSU should enroll in support courses (ESL14A/B, 15, 16A/B/C, 17) improve and expand conversation skills and vocabulary;
• Prerequisite: English 1. before taking ESL 11A or concurrently with ESL 11A. refine socio-cultural contact for intonation, vocabulary and
This course is designed to introduce students to the craft ESL 11A is an intermediate, multi-skills course with an empha- subject matter.
and technique involved in writing short fiction and/or poetry. sis on paragraph writing for non-native speakers of English 7004 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m. MW BUNDY 435 Borgardt M L
1271 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 211 Padilla M R who have completed ESL 10G and ESL 10W or score at Level Above section 7004 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
C on the SMC Placement Assessment. Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
ENGL 30B, ADVANCED CREATIVE WRITING 3 UNITS
1278 10:15a.m.-2:30p.m. MTWTh ESL 104 Kim E ESL 915: ADVANCED LISTENING, SPEAKING AND
Transfer: UC, CSU
1279 12:30p.m.-4:45p.m. MTWTh BUS 101 Wolfe R A PRONUNCIATION 0 UNITS
• Prerequisite: English 30A.
This course continues the student’s training in the craft and ESL 11B, BASIC ENGLISH 2 3 UNITS This course is designed for the advanced ESL student. The
technique of writing short fiction or poetry, and introduces Transfer: UC*, CSU
focus is refinement of pronunciation; use and comprehen-
creative non-fiction. • Prerequisite: ESL 11A.
sion of English through exercises which improve and refine
1272 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 211 Padilla M R analysis and production of sounds, enrich fluency; and build
• Skills Advisory: Students who receive a final grade of “C” in ESL
11A should enroll in support courses (ESL14A/B, 15, 16A/B/C, 17)
the student’s confidence in a wide variety of situations where
before taking ESL 11B or concurrently with ESL 11B. a solid command of aural English is required.
ESL – English As A *ESL 11B, 21A, and 21B combined: maximum credit 8 units. 7005 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m. MW BUNDY 428 Easton J A
Above section 7005 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
Second Language ESL 11B is an intermediate, multi-skills course for non-native
speakers of English who have completed ESL 11A. It focuses
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.

English for Second Language Speakers courses are designed specifi- on paragraph writing and introduces the essay. ESL 961: BEGINNING READING AND WRITING 0 UNITS
cally for students whose first language is not English. SMC offers three 1280 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh ESL 123 Stivener M This course is designed for the beginning ESL student and
different ESL programs: 1281 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh ESL 123 Stivener M focuses on providing students with basic English vocabu-
1) Credit ESL courses focus on academic skills needed for success in lary, reading comprehension, and writing skills. Students
college (reading textbooks, listening and notetaking, writing papers ESL 21A, ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS 1 3 UNITS learn basic idiomatic expressions and grammatical structures,
with citations, speaking in class in small groups, and making pre- Transfer: UC*, CSU enabling them to: construct simple sentences and short para-
sentations). Faculty assist students in the development of grammar, • Prerequisite: ESL 11B or appropriate score on the ESL Placement graphs; use basic English vocabulary in real-life situations;
vocabulary, paraphrasing, and summarizing skills within the context Assessment. demonstrate comprehension of different types of writing;
of themes or academic content. ESL 11B, 21A, and 21B are CSU and • Skills Advisory: Students who receive a final grade of “C” in 11B and produce short (1- or 2-paragraph) writing samples.
UC transferable (up to 8 units). should enroll in support courses (ESL20A/20B, 23) before taking 7006 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m. MW BUNDY 440 Harvey L
2) Noncredit ESL courses focus on college and career readiness and ESL 21A or concurrently with ESL 21A.
developing the skills needed for life and work in the US. Noncredit Above section 7006 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
*ESL 11B, 21A, and 21B combined: maximum credit, 8 units. Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
ESL courses are free to students, except those studying on an F-1 visa.
These courses do not carry any academic credit. ESL 21A is an intermediate contextualized writing course for
ESL 963, INTERMEDIATE READING AND WRITING 0 UNITS
3) Intensive ESL (offered through SMC’s Community Services Program non-native speakers. ESL 21A is the first part of the ESL 21A/B
in conjunction with International Education) offers multi-skills courses sequence. *ESL 11B, 21A, 21B and 25 combined: maximum This course is designed for the intermediate ESL student,
to prepare international students for entry to Santa Monica College. credit, 8 units. and focuses on improving students’ English vocabulary,
Student work is graded, but courses in the Intensive ESL Program do reading comprehension, and writing skills. Students expand
not receive academic credit. These courses are offered for a fee. 1282 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh ESL 103 Allie S M their knowledge of idiomatic expressions and grammatical
1283 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh ESL 103 Allie S M structures, enabling them to: construct intermediate-level
For the following classes, assessment is required to determine class
placement. See smc.edu/assessment. Most sections of ESL classes 1284 2:45p.m.-4:50p.m. MTWTh ESL 103 Holmes W J sentences and paragraphs; use more complex English vocabu-
require access to a computer and the Internet. lary in real-life situations; identify and describe various types
ESL 21B, ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS 2 3 UNITS
Transfer: UC*, CSU
of writing; and produce medium-length (2- or 3-paragraph)
Intensive English writing samples.
• Prerequisite: ESL 21A.
ESL 10G, MULTIPLE SKILLS PREPARATION: LISTENING, • Skills Advisory: Students who receive a final grade of “C” in ESL 7007 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m. TTh BUNDY 435 McGee N
SPEAKING, AND GRAMMAR 6 UNITS 21A should enroll in support courses (ESL20A/20B, 23, 28) before Above section 7007 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
• Prerequisite: None. taking ESL 21B or concurrently with ESL 21B. Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
ESL 10G is a low-intermediate multi-skills course designed to *ESL 11B, ESL 21A, and ESL 21B combined: maximum credit, ESL 965, ADVANCED READING AND WRITING 0 UNITS
improve the English language skills of non-native speakers. 8 units.
This course is designed for the advanced ESL student. The
ESL 21B is the second part of the ESL 21A/B sequence. It con- course focuses on the analysis and comprehension of
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer tinues the emphasis of essay writing, editing of grammar and advanced-level English vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete mechanical errors, reading, and critical thinking. *ESL 11B, grammatical structures, enabling students to: construct com-
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab ESL 21A, ESL 21B, combined: maximum credit, 8 units.
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” plex sentences and paragraphs; use advanced-level vocabu-
1285 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh ESL 125 Samokhina N Y lary in real-life situations; analyze the content of various types
Students with disability related access needs, refer to 1286 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh ESL 125 Samokhina N Y of writing, including some literature; and understand and
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
1287 2:45p.m.-4:50p.m. MTWTh ESL 105 Borgardt M L produce basic five-paragraph essays.
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ESL COURSE SEQUENCE
Core Courses Optional Support Courses
ESL Course Sequence Support courses below are recommended but not required.
They can be taken in any order or concurrently with core
courses within the same group.
GROUP A

ENGLISH 1
Reading and Any Support Course
Composition 1 (3 units)

Reading and Vocabulary Grammar and Editing

ESL 21B ESL 28 ESL 20B


GROUP B

English Fundamentals 2 Academic Vocabulary Skills Advanced Grammar


(3 units) (3 units) Workshop 2 (3 units)

ESL 23 ESL 20A


ESL 21A
Academic Reading and Advanced Grammar
English Fundamentals 1 Study Skills (3 units) Workshop 1 (3 units)
(3 units)

Reading, Vocabulary, Grammar and Editing


Speaking and Listening

ESL 11B ESL 17 ESL 16C


Basic English 2 Intermediate Reading Skills Sentence Structure and
(3 units) (3 units) Punctuation (1 unit)

ESL 11A ESL 15 ESL 16B


GROUP C

Basic English 1 Conversation and Culture Using Verb Tenses


(6 units) in the U.S. (3 units) (1 unit)

ESL 14B ESL 16A


Pronunciation: Rhythm Noun System and Articles
and Intonation (3 units) (1 unit)

ESL 14A
Pronunciation and Spelling
(2 units)

ESL 10G & ESL 10W


Multiple Skills Preparation
(6 units each)

6-17
7008 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m. TTh BUNDY 428 Gill A M This introductory course covers the skills and concepts need- This course is designed for the advanced drawing student.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Above section 7008 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South ed work successfully with digital media software applications. Students completing this course will have a familiarity with all
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Students will learn core concepts such as file management, major issues involved in drawing and visualizing the figure as
7009 12:00p.m.-3:00p.m. S BUNDY 428 Joshi K image formats, and keyboard shortcuts. Essential software an animate, three-dimensional form, and will have developed
Above section 7009 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South applications for creating and editing digital media elements perceptual and manual skills equal to the challenge of under-
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. will be introduced. standing the human body as a structure in space, in both
1289 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Abode Jr P J static and dynamic modes. Comprehension of figure structure
ESL 973: INTERMEDIATE IDIOMS, PREPOSITIONS, AND will be both anatomical and perspectival with special empha-
Arrange-6 Hours
VOCABULARY 0 UNITS
Above section 1289 is a Distance Education course conducted over sis on developing a model of the human figure that can be
This course is designed for the intermediate ESL student. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. easily visualized in the imagination and adapted for use in
Students build an intermediate-level English vocabulary, and animation and related disciplines.
expand their knowledge and use of idiomatic expressions, ET 24A, INTRODUCTION TO 3D ANIMATION 2 UNITS
1293 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m. TTh CMD 286 Staff
phrasal verbs, and grammatical structures. Students engage Transfer: CSU
Above section 1293 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
in intermediate-level dialogs and conversations that are • Advisory: Entertainment Technology 11.
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404.
culturally-appropriate and applicable to a variety of real-life This course provides a basic overview of the tools available
situations. for the creation of 3D digital animation. Students will be intro-
7010 1:30p.m.-4:30p.m. MW BUNDY 435 McGee N
Above section 7010 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
duced to the basics of 3D object and character animation.
This course is intended for anyone who would like to gain an
Fashion Design and
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. understanding of 3D software. ET 24A is not equivalent to ET
24, 3D Fundamentals, but students who have completed ET
Merchandising
Wi nte r 2 0 1 9

ESL 975: ADVANCED IDIOMS, PREPOSITIONS, AND 24 may wish to use ET 24A as a review.
VOCABULARY 0 UNITS Fashion design students develop skills in design communication,
This course uses Autodesk Maya. including preliminary sketching, technical flat sketching, illustration,
This course is designed for the advanced ESL student. The 1290 9:30a.m.-12:35p.m. MW CMD 207 Fria C T and usage of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and CAD software. Skills in
course focuses on enriching and refining students’ knowledge Above section 1290 meets at the Center for Media and Design, draping, pattern drafting from draping and body measurements, and
and use of idioms, phrasal verbs, and vocabulary. Students 1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. basic sewing skills to advanced construction are developed in order to
learn advanced-level English vocabulary, idiomatic expres- create sample garments for production and sales.
sions, and grammatical structures, and engage in complex ET 31B, DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING 3 UNITS Fashion merchandisers select, purchase, promote, and sell clothing
and culturally-appropriate dialogs and conversations. • Advisory: Entertainment Technology 31A. and accessories. They study fashion trends and visit manufacturers
7011 8:30a.m.-11:30a.m. S BUNDY 428 Joshi K This course focuses on the advanced techniques, skills, and and merchandise markets. They work as part of a team and consult
with managers and buyers,
Above section 7011 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South theories of editing as well as the technical requirements for
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. assembling a digital video project. Through a series of hands- advise the advertising and display departments, and organize and
7012 1:30p.m.-4:30p.m. TTh BUNDY 428 Gill A M on projects, students will put traditional theories of picture coordinate promotional activities such as fashion shows. They may
advance to become buyers and purchasing agents, sales representa-
Above section 7012 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South and sound editing into practice. The course will also cover the tives, and managers. Clothes designers create new apparel and acces-
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. history of nonlinear editing and provide an overview of the sory designs. They may sketch the garment, cut the pattern, select
post production process. Avid Media Composer will be the the fabric and materials, and in some cases construct the sample
primary editing software utilized in this course.
Entertainment
garment. They may arrange for the showing of a line at sales meet-
4012 6:30p.m.-9:35p.m. MTTh CMD 280 Louie W B ings or fashion shows.

Technology Arrange-3Hours N Staff


Above section 4012 meets at the Center for Media and Design, FASHN 3, APPAREL CONSTRUCTION 3 UNITS
Transfer: CSU
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. Above section
The Entertainment Technology program prepares students for careers 4012 is part of the Promo Pathway program and enrollment is • Prerequisite: None.
in rapidly evolving design and media fields such as animation, digital limited to program participants. See Special Programs section This course is an introduction to basic sewing techniques of
media and game design through comprehensive, hands-on training. of class schedule or smc.edu/promo for additional program costume and manufacturing apparel and provides familiariza-
The program is designed to meet the industry’s need for creative pro- information. tion with the tools used in the fashion industry. Development
fessionals who excel in developing ideas and have the technical profi- of fundamental skills and terminology of clothing construc-
ciency to execute them. Our instructors are experienced professionals ET 61, HISTORY OF ANIMATION 3 UNITS
Transfer: CSU tion. Emphasis is on interrelationship of fabric, fiber, design
who bring first-hand knowledge of industry practices to the classroom and construction techniques. This course is required of all
and work in close collaboration with industry advisors to keep up with This course will explore the history of animation through its
trends and changing requirements. In addition, participating compa- Fashion Design and Merchandising majors.
earliest beginnings to the present. In addition to the chrono-
nies often provide guest speakers and student internships. logical order of events, this course will look at the multi- 1294 4:00p.m.-8:15p.m. MTWTh BUS 107 Ardell J B
We offer day, evening and weekend classes to provide educational faceted aspects of this relatively modern art form. The influ- FASHN 7, FABRICS FOR FASHION DESIGN AND
opportunities to all students. In addition, selected Entertainment ences of economics and social/political pressures on the art MERCHANDISING 3 UNITS
Technology courses are offered online through SMC’s Distance form will be examined. Included will be the study of individual Transfer: UC, CSU
Education program. To learn more about the program, please visit animators and studios, big and small; different art techniques,
www.smcdesigntech.org. • Prerequisite: None.
materials 2D and 3D. The class will also examine the principles
A detailed study of textiles from fiber to finished fabric is
of movement and how they apply to the zoetrope as well as
ET 3, PRINCIPLES OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3 UNITS
the computer. covered in this course including identifications of fiber types,
Transfer: CSU construction, printing, dyeing, and finishes of natural/man-
1291 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Poirier N P made fabrics. Emphasis is on fabric design, principles of pat-
Effective project management plays a key role in the execu-
tion and completion of digital media projects. In this introduc- Above section 1291 is a Distance Education course conducted over terns, and methods of textile decoration.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
tory course, students will learn step-by-step how a project 1295 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MTWTh BUS 107 Lake R G
develops and evolves through the project management pro- ET 72, CAREER DEVELOPMENT 2 UNITS
cess. Topics include planning, time management, risk man- Transfer: CSU FASHN 9A, FASHION ILLUSTRATION AND
agement, team management, contract administration, and ADVERTISING 3 UNITS
This course provides an overview of the strategies and Transfer: CSU
budgeting. Students will identify the components of a project techniques to develop a career within the entertainment
management team, project manager roles and responsi- • Prerequisite: None.
industry, which includes jobs in the production of live action,
bilities, and organizational structures in digital media. Case This course will give students skill in drawing fashion figures
animation, game, interactive, internet, visual effects, as well
studies and problem solving will provide insight into practical as performance and other entertainment fields. Students will and deals with contemporary idealized proportions used
applications of project management techniques. learn to identify and research potential career paths in these for fashion today for both fashion design and fashion mer-
1288 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gast M W various industries. They will develop personal marketing chandising. Students will develop individual style in their
Above section 1288 is a Distance Education course conducted over tools, such as resume, cover letter and other presentation presentation, and learn to use their drawing as a means of
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. materials (i.e. demo reels, personal websites, portfolios, etc.), communicating their ideas and designs.
that will help to brand and promote them into the industry. 1296 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUS 133 Armstrong J I
ET 11, COMPUTER SKILLS FOR DIGITAL MEDIA 3 UNITS Networking skills and interviewing techniques will prepare
Transfer: CSU FASHN 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN FASHION 1 UNIT
them for any entry-level position in the entertainment indus- Transfer: CSU
try.
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer Please see “Independent Studies” section.
1292 Arrange-6 Hours ONLINE Nagel J G
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete 1297 Arrange-3 Hours Armstrong R W
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab Above section 1292 is a Distance Education course conducted over
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
FASHN 90A, INTERNSHIP 1 UNIT
Students with disability related access needs, refer to ET 89, FIGURE DRAWING 1 UNIT Please see “Internships” section.
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
Transfer: CSU 1298 Arrange-12 Hours Armstrong R W
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Film Studies FILM 31, INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL FILMMAKING 3 UNITS GEOG 3, WEATHER AND CLIMATE 3 UNITS

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Transfer: UC, CSU Transfer: UC, CSU
• Prerequisite: None. C-ID: GEOG 130.
Film consists of two areas of concentration: Film Studies and Film This is an introductory course covering both the basic tech- IGETC AREA 5 (Physical Sciences, non-lab)
Production. Film Studies introduces students to the history and devel- • Prerequisite: None.
niques of digital filmmaking and of critical appreciation, while
opment of cinema/film as an art, an object of philosophical study, and This course is a survey of the earth’s atmosphere, with special
a cultural and social phenomenon. Students examine the theoretical emphasizing students’ personal and creative expression.
approaches and trends in filmmaking including the contemporary Topics will include the theory and practice of visualization, the reference to the causes and regional distribution of weather
evolution from film to digital media. grammar of cinematic storytelling, the aesthetics of various and climate. The nature and causes of winds, clouds, pre-
film movements, camera technique, lighting, sound record- cipitation, and severe storms are studied. Students will learn
Film Production provides practical as well as theoretical training in
screenwriting, directing, creative producing, cinematography, sound ing, directing, and other fundamentals related to learning techniques of local weather observation and prediction.
recording, production design, and below-the-line crafts (gaffers, grips, the craft of digital filmmaking. Students will engage in critical 1307 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Kranz J
operators, assistants). Students learn all aspects of film production appreciation and individual and group analysis of movies, as Above section 1307 is a Distance Education course conducted over
from an academic discipline to hands-on experience that prepares well as in filming exercises under the direct and continuous the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
them to earn an Associate degree and/or certificate of achievement supervision of their instructor.
in film production; for upper division study at a four-year college or GEOG 5, PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY WITH LAB 4 UNITS
1304 2:00p.m.-6:00p.m. TWTh CMD 182 Bartesaghi S
advanced film school; and/or to apply for jobs and internships in the Transfer: UC*, CSU
motion picture and television industries. Above section 1304 meets at the Center for Media and Design, C-ID: GEOG 115.
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. IGETC AREA 5 (Physical Sciences, + LAB)
FILM 1, FILM APPRECIATION: • Prerequisite: None.
INTRODUCTION TO CINEMA 3 UNITS Foreign Languages *Maximum credit allowed for Geography 1 and 5 is one course

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Transfer: UC, CSU (4 units).
IGETC Area 3A (Arts) SMC offers courses in American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese
(Mandarin), French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean,
This course surveys the distribution and relationships of envi-
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. ronmental elements in our atmosphere, lithosphere, hydro-
Formerly Cinema 9. Persian (Farsi), Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish. Classes
are listed under name of specific language. sphere and biosphere, including weather, climate, water
This course will introduce the art, technology, language, and resources, landforms, soils, natural vegetation, and wildlife.
appreciation of film, exploring the varieties of film experi- Focus is on the systems and cycles of our natural world,
ence, film and the other arts, and the ways of viewing.
Students will learn about the basic cinematic techniques
French including the effects of the sun and moon on environmental
processes, and the roles played by humans. Laboratory work
and structures, including mise-en-scene and montage, use Additional hours to be arranged in the Modern Language Lab for emphasizes the practical application of concepts presented
of cinematic time and space, the image, soundtrack, and the Elementary French. Most sections require the use of a computer with in lecture, introduces the student to some of the tools and
script. Consideration will also be given to analyzing the fun- Internet access for class resources and/or to complete assignments. methods used in Physical Geography, and may include field
damentals of film production, directing, acting, and editing; study opportunities.
how the elements of the production process are analyzed FRENCH 1, ELEMENTARY FRENCH I 5 UNITS 1308 8:00a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 251 Drake V G
separately, then brought together to show how they create Transfer: UC, CSU 4015 5:30p.m.-9:45p.m. MTWTh HSS 251 Hackeling J
the emotional and intellectual impact of the film experience. IGETC Foreign Language (required for UC only)
• Satisfies Global Citizenship GEOG 8, INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES 3 UNITS
Film examples will be screened in class.
• Prerequisite: None. Transfer: UC, CSU
This course is intended as a beginning course to introduce stu- IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences)
dents to cinema. This course introduces the students to basic vocabulary
• Prerequisite: None.
1299 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. TWTh CMD 180 Poirier N P and fundamental sentence structures in the present and
past. Pronunciation, grammar and everyday vocabulary This course introduces students to the multi-disciplinary
Above section 1299 meets at the Center for Media and Design, study of urban society and space. Cities are examined both
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. are stressed as indispensable tools for comprehension and
expression. French customs, culture and everyday life are also as complex social-economic groupings of people, and as
1300 Arrange-12 Hours ONLINE Sprague T
highlighted. The course is taught in French except in cases of material landscapes of buildings, pathways, and public and
Above section 1300 is a Distance Education course conducted over private spaces. Attention is paid to what cities are and have
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. linguistic difficulty as determined by the professor. Language
lab is required. been (the evolving urban experience of the past and present)
1301 Arrange-12 Hours ONLINE Matthews M N
1305 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF DRSCHR 222 Staff
as well as to ever-changing ideas about what cities should be
Above section 1301 is a Distance Education course conducted over (urban planning and design for the future). While the overall
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Arrange-2 Hours DRSCHR 219
perspective of the course is global, its primary focus is on the
4013 6:00p.m.-10:00p.m. TWTh CMD 128 Bolus M P cities of North America and, in particular, the Los Angeles
Above section 4013 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. Geography metropolitan area. This emphasis is evident both in the class-
room and in field trips or other assignments that ask students
FILM 2, HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES 3 UNITS to apply classroom ideas to our local urban setting.
Geography is the science of studying human and physical attri-
Transfer: UC, CSU butes on the surface of the Earth. These attributes may be marks Geography 8 is the same course as Urban Studies 8. Students may
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) of human occupation, properties of some natural environment, or earn credit for one, but not both.
• Prerequisite: None. both. Geographers ask the questions “Where” and “Why there”, with 1309 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Morris P S
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. an interest in describing and explaining the various ways in which Above section 1309 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Formerly Cinema 1. people have made Earth their home at scales ranging from the local the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
to the global. Geography is an integrative discipline whose interests
A broad survey is made of the history, theory, techniques, in space and place and whose perspectives from both environmental
and development of motion pictures. The history of film as
a major art form and its major artists, works, and styles are
and social sciences foster a greater understanding of the interrela-
tionships between the human and physical worlds. The use of Geo- Geology
emphasized. Film examples are screened in class. Spatial Technologies, including Geographic Information Science (GIS),
Remote Sensing (RS), and Global Positioning Systems (GPS), are now Geology is an interdisciplinary science that integrates the principles of
1302 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. TWTh CMD 128 Flood S W widely used in the visualization, measurement and analysis of Earth’s mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, and the social sciences to
Above section 1302 meets at the Center for Media and Design, physical features and human societies, as well as the interaction explore and understand the Earth. Geology asks and answers ques-
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. Theme: American between them. tions about the Earth, including its origins, composition, structure,
Cinema and past and present activity and the impact of these factors on
1303 12:30p.m.-4:30p.m. TWTh CMD 180 Carrasco S GEOG 1, PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 3 UNITS society. As a science with pragmatic applications it is also applied to
Above section 1303 meets at the Center for Media and Transfer: UC*, CSU locate resources and assess their abundance, to mitigate geologic
Design, 1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. Theme: C-ID: GEOG 110. hazards, and to provide critical information about Earth’s changing
International Cinema climate and the impact of these changes on our ecosystems. A degree
IGETC AREA 5 (Physical Sciences, non-lab)
in geology can translate to a number of important and highly valued
• Prerequisite: None. academic and professional positions, including but not limited to,
FILM 20, BEGINNING SCRIPTWRITING 3 UNITS • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. Earth scientist (e.g. geologist, seismologist, volcanologist, oceanog-
Transfer: UC, CSU *Maximum credit allowed for Geography 1 and 5 is one course rapher, soil scientist, hydrologist, etc.), environmental consultant,
• Prerequisite: None. (4 units). environmental lawyer, remediation specialist, climate scientist, and
• Advisory: English 1. This course surveys the distribution and relationships of envi- teacher.
Formerly Cinema 11A. ronmental elements in our atmosphere, lithosphere, hydro-
GEOL 4, PHYSICAL GEOLOGY WITH LAB 4 UNITS
This course is designed to teach the student the basic tools of sphere and biosphere, including weather, climate, water Transfer: UC*, CSU
scriptwriting for film, television, or theater, focusing on the resources, landforms, soils, natural vegetation, and wildlife. C-ID: GEOL 101.
aesthetic and commercial demands of each medium. Focus is on the systems and cycles of our natural world, IGETC AREA 5 (Physical Sciences, + LAB)
4014 5:45p.m.-9:45p.m. TWTh CMD 203 Petrella R J including the effects of the sun and moon on environmental • Prerequisite: None.
Above section 4014 meets at the Center for Media and Design, processes, and the roles played by humans. *Maximum credit allowed for Geology 1 and 4 is one course
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. 1306 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh DRSCHR 207 Morris P S (4 units).
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This course presents an introduction to geologic processes UX Designer focuses on the needs and wants of the user, as HIST 1, HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 UNITS
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
that have shaped the Earth. Lecture topics include formation well as ease-of-use, and designs for the best possible user Transfer: UC, CSU
of the Earth, plate tectonics, rocks, minerals, earthquakes, experience. This course will cover the design process, docu- C-ID: HIST 170.
geologic structures, geologic time, coastal processes, and mentation, and tools used within the UX field. Topics include IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities)
groundwater. Laboratory exercises expand this information user research, information architecture, interaction design, • Prerequisite: None.
by dealing with rock and mineral identification, topographic prototyping, and usability testing. Following a design process, • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
and geologic map interpretation, and the interpretation aerial students will collaborate to research, critique, and design a This course surveys the development of Western Civilization
photographs. Upon completion of this course, the student project that includes prototyping and user-testing. from its beginnings in the valleys of the Tigris-Euphrates
will have a good understanding of the processes that form 1314 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Anvari S S and Nile Rivers to Europe of the 16th century. It addresses
major features on Earth. Above section 1314 is a Distance Education course conducted over cultures of the Near East, Greece, and Rome; the medieval
1310 8:00a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 128 Grippo A the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. period; the Renaissance; and the Reformation, introducing
the social, economic, political, intellectual, and artistic trans-
GR DES 65, WEB DESIGN 1 2 UNITS formations that shaped what came to be known as the West.
Graphic Design Transfer: CSU
• Advisory: Graphic Design 18 or Entertainment Technology 11.
1320 8:00a.m.-12:20p.m. MW
1321 Arrange-9 Hours
HSS 204
ONLINE
Fouser D C
Byrne D
In existence for over 40 years, the Graphic Design Program at Santa This design course is an introduction to web design for Above section 1321 is a Distance Education course conducted over
Monica College serves both the student who wishes to transfer to a students with a basic knowledge of computers and graphic the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
four-year college or art school, as well as the student who wants to design applications. Students will learn to think critically
obtain the skills necessary for entry into the job market as a produc- about contemporary web design and apply basic design HIST 2, HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 UNITS
tion artist in graphic design, illustration, user experience design, or Transfer: UC, CSU
principles. Components of web design such as the grid, color,
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interaction design. C-ID: HIST 180.


navigation, composition, and typography will be discussed.
IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities)
The program is designed to meet the industry’s need for creative pro- Other topics include web hosting, file management, FTP, tar-
fessionals who excel in developing ideas and have the technical profi- • Prerequisite: None.
get audience, design process, site maps, optimizing images,
ciency to execute them. Our instructors are experienced professionals • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
HTML, CSS, and the basics of responsive web design. Students
who bring first-hand knowledge of industry practices to the classroom will design and build a website. This course surveys the tranformations of Western Civilization
and work in close collaboration with industry advisors to keep up with from the 16th century into the 21st century. It addresses
trends and changing requirements. In addition, participating compa- 1315 8:30a.m.-12:30p.m. TWTh CMD 124 Staff
social, economic, political, intellectual, and artistic transfor-
nies often provide guest speakers and student internships. Above section 1315 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404.
mations that relate to the development of nation-states,
We offer day, evening and weekend classes to provide educational industrialization, imperialism, and international conflicts and
opportunities to all students. In addition, selected Graphic Design 1316 Arrange-12 Hours ONLINE Triviza A
migration.
courses are offered online through SMC’s Distance Education pro- Above section 1316 is a Distance Education course conducted over
gram. To learn more about the program, please visit www.smcdesign- the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 1322 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh HSS 103 Maync T M
tech.org.
GR DES 75, MOBILE DESIGN 1 3 UNITS HIST 10, ETHNICITY AND AMERICAN CULTURE 3 UNITS
GR DES 31, GRAPHIC DESIGN STUDIO 1 2 UNITS Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC (meets UC Berkeley American Cultures graduation
requirement), CSU
Transfer: CSU • Advisory: Graphic Design 61 and 66.
IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities) or 4F (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
This studio course introduces the graphic design process This design course focuses on designing for mobile touch- + satisfies CSU U.S. History graduation requirement
— concept, visualization, documentation, and professional screen interfaces including smartphones and tablets. Mobile • Satisfies Global Citizenship
presentation. With an emphasis on visual communication design requires the skill of designing for smaller, hand-held • Prerequisite: None.
strategies, students will explore the fundamental text/image devices and has its own set of characteristics and constraints. • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
interaction and develop various types of graphic identity Students will conceptualize, design, and implement low-fidel- This course surveys ethnic groups in America from pre-
designs including symbolic, pictorial or typographic. First in a ity design prototypes of apps for mobile devices. Projects will contact to the present, including Native Americans, European
sequence of three. cover best practices for designing for mobile devices and will Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos,
1311 1:00p.m.-5:00p.m. TWTh CMD 124 Donon S G cover the basics of mobile app prototyping including design emphasizing the forces prompting emigration and immigra-
Above section 1311 meets at the Center for Media and Design, process, interface design, and interaction design patterns. tion, their roles in shaping American society and culture, their
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. This course is not a mobile app development or programming reception by and adaptation to American society, as well
course. For such courses, please see our Computer Science course as an examination of contending theoretical models of the
GR DES 33, TYPOGRAPHY DESIGN 1 2 UNITS offerings. immigrant experience in America.
Transfer: CSU 1317 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Anvari S S
• Advisory: Graphic Design 18. 1324 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 105 Wilkinson Jr E C
Above section 1317 is a Distance Education course conducted over 1325 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 104 Cruz J S
This studio course introduces classical typography--tradition, the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 1326 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh HSS 104 Myers B E
terminology, specification, and production. With an emphasis
on legibility and craftsmanship, students will develop rectilin-
Health Education
HIST 11, UNITED STATES HISTORY THROUGH
ear typographic compositions while learning type indication, RECONSTRUCTION 3 UNITS
comping, and professional presentation techniques. This is Transfer: UC, CSU
the first in a sequence of two courses. See also Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Professional Courses in C-ID: HIST 130.
Kinesiology/Physical Education, and Respiratory Therapy. IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities) or 4F (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
1312 2:00p.m.-6:00p.m. TWTh CMD 122 Tanaka Bonita R
+ satisfies CSU U.S. History graduation requirement
Above section 1312 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
HEALTH 10, FUNDAMENTALS OF HEALTHFUL LIVING 3 UNITS • Prerequisite: None.
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404.
Transfer: UC, CSU • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
GR DES 34, PUBLICATION AND PAGE DESIGN I 3 UNITS • Prerequisite: None. This course surveys the United States from the colonial
Transfer: CSU This course is designed to explore and develop approaches period through post-Civil War Reconstruction, addressing
This computer course introduces students to Adobe InDesign, to, and perspectives of, healthful living. Topics include but developments in American culture; ethnic, racial, gender, and
a page layout computer application. Students will learn to are not limited to: dimensions of wellness, stress manage- class relations; politics; and the economy. It also considers
incorporate type and imagery into creative projects, such as ment, nutrition, physical activity and exercise, behavioral American interaction with other nations, including both for-
brochures, print publications and posters. health, aging, and strategies for establishing and maintaining eign policy and the relationship of domestic developments to
1313 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Mazzara E a healthy lifestyle. the larger history of the modern world.
Above section 1313 is a Distance Education course conducted over 1318 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh CPC 104 Staff 1327 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 106 Moreno M
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 1319 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Hank M E Above section 1327 requires that students have Internet access.
Above section 1319 is a Distance Education course conducted over 1328 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 106 Moreno M
GR DES 61, USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN 1 3 UNITS the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Above section 1328 requires that students have Internet access.
Transfer: CSU 1329 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Vanbenschoten W D
• Advisory: Graphic Design 65.
History
Above section 1329 is a Distance Education course conducted over
User Experience Design (UX) focuses on the quality of experi- the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
ence a person has when interacting with a specific design. A
Historians study, assess, and interpret the past to determine what HIST 12, THE UNITED STATES HISTORY SINCE
happened and why. They examine court documents, diaries, let- RECONSTRUCTION 3 UNITS
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer Transfer: UC, CSU
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete ters, and newspaper accounts; they conduct research, write, teach,
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab evaluate and make recommendations. Schools, universities, libraries, C-ID: HIST 140.
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” museums, government offices, and private enterprise are some of IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities) or 4F (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
the job settings for history majors. Some related career titles include + satisfies CSU U.S. History graduation requirement
Students with disability related access needs, refer to archivist, biographer, congressional aide, Foreign Service officer, FBI/ • Prerequisite: None.
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
CIA agent, lobbyist, and genealogist agent. • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
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This course surveys the United States from post-Civil War • Prerequisite: None. legal and environmental needs. We will identify and evaluate

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Reconstruction to the present, addressing developments in This course is intended for students interested in actual train- subject matters such as color theory, lighting, materials, and
American culture; ethnic, racial, gender, and class relations; ing and experience, either in the various backstage areas furnishing for an interior space.
politics; and the economy. It also considers American interac- of technical support or by being involved as a member of 1336 9:00a.m.-1:20p.m. Th CMD 272 Staff
tion with other nations, including both foreign policy and the a production crew for a Santa Monica College Theatre Arts Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Staff
relationship of domestic developments to the larger history Dept. production. Above section 1336 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online
of the modern world. Students enrolled in this course are required to purchase tickets via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/
1330 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 105 Manoff R J for and attend SMC theatre productions. OnlineEd.
1331 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lynch S H 1534 Arrange-9 Hours Anzelc L L
INTARC 35, 2D DIGITAL DRAFTING 3 UNITS
Above section 1331 is a Distance Education course conducted over Above section 1534 will hold its first meeting on January 2 at Transfer: CSU
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 11:00a.m. and 4:00p.m. in the Scene Shop, Theatre Arts 130.
1332 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE McMillen R Students must attend one of these meetings. • Advisory: Interior Architectural Design 29 or 28A (formerly 32).
Above section 1332 is a Distance Education course conducted over This lecture and lab course introduces the basic skills, uses,
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. TH ART 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN THEATRE ARTS 1 UNIT and techniques for computer-aided design and drafting as
Transfer: CSU applied to Interior Architectural Design.
HIST 33, WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I 3 UNITS 1537 Arrange-3 Hours Sawoski P This course uses Autodesk AutoCAD.
Transfer: UC, CSU
TH ART 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN THEATER ARTS 2 UNITS 1337 9:00a.m.-1:00p.m. MW CMD 208 Staff
C-ID: HIST 150.
Transfer: CSU Arrange-10 Hours ONLINE Staff
IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities)
1538 Arrange-6 Hours Sawoski P Above section 1337 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online
• Prerequisite: None. via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/

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• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. 1539 Arrange-9 Hours Sawoski P
OnlineEd.
This course surveys world history from the rise of humanity to
1500, addressing human impact on the physical environment,
the domestication of plants and animals, and the establish-
Interior Architectural INTARC 71, CONTEMPORARY SPATIAL DESIGN
STUDIES 3 UNITS
ment of complex cultures. A thematic and chronological
approach is used to examine the major civilizations of Africa,
Design • Prerequisite: None.
Transfer: CSU

Asia, the Middle East, the Americas, and Europe in terms The award winning Interior Architectural Design program provides a This course is a comprehensive visual/lecture study of 20th
of their political, social, economic, intellectual, and cultural thorough and analytical foundation that enables students to practice and 21st century spatial and interior design theory and
development and their inter-regional relations. professionally and serve their community with safe, functional, and practice from the turn of the 20th century through the most
1333 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Yeganehshakib R innovative interior spaces. current international designs today. Emphasis is on design
Above section 1333 is a Distance Education course conducted over The program is designed to meet the industry’s need for creative pro- styles, materials, ornamentation, and techniques. Course is
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. fessionals who excel in developing ideas and have the technical profi- directed toward careers in interior design and related spatial
ciency to execute them. Our instructors are experienced professionals design fields encompassing both residential and commercial
who bring first-hand knowledge of industry practices to the classroom projects.
Independent Studies and work in close collaboration with industry advisors to keep up with
trends and changing requirements. In addition, participating compa-
1338 9:00a.m.-1:15p.m. MW CMD 272 Magno H R
Above section 1338 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
nies often provide guest speakers and student internships.
Independent study is intended for advanced students interested in 1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404.
We offer day, evening and weekend classes to provide educa-
doing independent research on special study topics. To be eligible, a tional opportunities to all students. In addition, selected Interior
student must demonstrate to the department chairperson the com-
petence to do independent study. To apply for Independent Studies,
the student is required, in a petition that may be obtained from the
Architectural Design courses are offered online through SMC’s
Distance Education program. To learn more about the program, Internships
please visit www.smcdesigntech.org.
department chair, to state objectives to be achieved, activities and The Internship Program at Santa Monica College makes it possible
procedures to accomplish the study project, and the means by which INTARC 28A, VISUAL STUDIES 1 3 UNITS for students enhance their classroom learning and earn college credit
the supervising instructor may assess accomplishment. Please see Transfer: UC, CSU by working in on and off campus jobs. Students must arrange an
department listing for details. A maximum of six units of independent approved internship prior to enrolling in this class. Each unit of credit
• Prerequisite: None.
studies is allowed. Granting of UC transfer credit for an Independent requires the student to work a minimum of 60 hour of unpaid (vol-
Studies course is contingent upon an evaluation of the course outline Formerly INTARC 32.
unteer) work or 75 hours of paid work throughout the semester. F-1
by a UC campus. This course is an introduction to basic hand drawing skills. students must see the Immigration Coordinator at the International
Students will learn plans, elevations, sections, architectural Education Center before enrolling. Students may enroll in a maximum
COSM 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN COSMETOLOGY 1 UNIT symbols and the basics of manual perspective drawings. of 4 units of internship per semester, and a total of 8 internship units
Transfer: CSU
Students will produce a set of construction drawings of an may be applied toward the Associate degree. See a counselor for
1133 Arrange-3 Hours Perret D M interior space. transfer credit limitations.
CS 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE 1 UNIT 1334 9:00a.m.-1:00p.m. MW CMD 122 Jacobs R E Internships are graded on a pass/no pass basis only.
Transfer: CSU Arrange-10 Hours ONLINE Jacobs R E Please see smc.edu/internship for additional information and for the
1171 Arrange-3 Hours Stahl H A Above section 1334 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online internship orientation schedule.
via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/ Go to smc.edu/jobs4u to find jobs and internships.
CS 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN OnlineEd.
COMPUTER SCIENCE 2 UNITS COUNS 90A, GENERAL INTERNSHIP 1 UNIT
Transfer: CSU INTARC 29, COMPUTER SKILLS FOR INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL Transfer: CSU
1172 Arrange-2 Hours Stahl H A DESIGN 3 UNITS 1155 Arrange-12 Hours Johnson De A
Transfer: CSU
DANCE 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN DANCE 1 UNIT • Prerequisite: None. COUNS 90B, GENERAL INTERNSHIP 2 UNITS
Transfer: CSU This introductory course covers the use of the computer as a Transfer: CSU
1179 Arrange-3 Hours Lee J Y tool for Interior Architectural Design in illustration, drafting, 1156 Arrange-20 Hours Johnson De A
1180 Arrange-3 Hours Tomasic M T design and presentations. Students will gain basic computer
literacy while being exposed to a variety of digital applications COUNS 90C, GENERAL INTERNSHIP 3 UNITS
DANCE 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN DANCE 2 UNITS Transfer: CSU
1181 Arrange-6 Hours Staff used in the field of Interior Design.
1157 Arrange-30 Hours Johnson De A
This course uses Google Sketch Up, Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk
FASHN 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN FASHION 1 UNIT Revit, and Adobe Photoshop. DANCE 90A, DANCE INTERNSHIP 1 UNIT
Transfer: CSU 1335 9:00a.m.-1:20p.m. Th CMD 208 Rabkin B L Transfer: CSU
1297 Arrange-3 Hours Armstrong R W Arrange-4 Hours ONLINE Rabkin B L 1182 Arrange-12 Hours Staff
Above section 1335 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online
POL SC 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/ FASHN 90A, INTERNSHIP 1 UNIT
POLITICAL SCIENCE 2 UNITS OnlineEd. 1298 Arrange-12 Hours Armstrong R W
Transfer: CSU
1503 Arrange-6 Hours Schultz C K INTARC 30, PRINCIPLES OF INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL POL SC 95, PUBLIC POLICY – EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING 1 UNITS
DESIGN 3 UNITS Transfer: CSU
SOCIOL 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN SOCIOLOGY 2 UNITS Transfer: CSU • Skills Advisory: Political Science 31 and eligibility for English 1.
Transfer: CSU • Prerequisite: None.
1530 Arrange-6 Hours Schultz C K
This course builds upon the content of Political Science 31,
This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of interior Introduction to Public Policy, to provide the student with field
TH ART 18A, TECHNICAL THEATRE PRODUCTION architectural design. Through a series of lectures you will experience in the discipline. This course addresses the theo-
WORKSHOP 1 UNIT learn the basics of design elements and principles in planning retical underpinnings of democratic civic engagement and is
Transfer: UC, CSU total interior environments that meet individual, functional, a practicum in public policy in a local setting. In this hands-
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on course, the student will engage in experiential learning 1340 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rubin S M This course will combine basic exercises and techniques from
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
through various governmental and nongovernmental agen- Above section 1340 is a Distance Education course conducted over boxing and kickboxing to promote a fun and effective aerobic
cies which have a role in developing and/or implementing the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. workout. Instruction will include boxing to music using gloves,
public policy. The student will develop a reading list, custom- 1341 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Obsatz S B focus pads and heavy bag exercises. These exercises will
ized to the focus of his/her particular agency, and complete Above section 1341 is a Distance Education course conducted over improve cardiovascular endurance, strength development,
a minimum of 30 hours of volunteer work with that agency. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. and flexibility for lifetime fitness.
The course exposes the student to organized, meaningful 1352 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh CPC 218 Strong L M
public policy research and implementation in substantive
policy arenas and will be supervised in his/her off-campus Kinesiology/Physical KIN PE 58A, BEGINNING YOGA 1 UNIT
experiential learning project pertaining to the development
of public policy. Education: Aquatics • Prerequisite: None.
Transfer: UC*, CSU

This course is graded on a P/NP basis only. Basic yoga positions and exercises, control breathing, relax-
*Maximum UC transfer credit for any or all KIN PE courses combined
1504 11:00a.m.-12:30p.m. F HSS 154 Tahvildaranjess R A is four units unless otherwise noted. ation, meditation techniques, and stretching postures are
Arrange-4 Hours HSS 361 Staff addressed in the class.
Above section 1504 will meet on three Fridays: January 4 & 18, KIN PE 48C, INTERMEDIATE SWIMMING 1 UNIT All yoga classes require that students provide their own yoga
and February 1, 2019. Transfer: UC*, CSU mats.
• Prerequisite: None.
1367 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MW CPC 216 Bennett J L
This course provides instruction and practice in all swimming
Japanese
8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. TTh CPC 216 Qualey K N
strokes and competition. Emphasis is placed on performance
and conditioning. Students are required to provide their own yoga mats.
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Additional hours to be arranged in the Modern Language Lab for 1359 5:45a.m.-7:50a.m. MTWF POOL Eskridge B M KIN PE 58B, INTERMEDIATE YOGA 1 UNIT
Elementary Japanese. Most sections require the use of a computer Transfer: UC*, CSU
with Internet access for class resources and/or to complete assign- KIN PE 48D, ADVANCED SWIMMING 1 UNIT
• Prerequisite: None.
Transfer: UC*, CSU
ments.
• Prerequisite: None. Exposure to intermediate and advanced postures, relaxation,
JAPAN 1, ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I 5 UNITS This course provides advanced instruction and practice in meditation, pranayama and concentration exercises are cov-
Transfer: UC, CSU swimming strokes and competition. Emphasis is placed on ered in the class.
IGETC Foreign Language (required for UC only) performance and conditioning. All yoga classes require that students provide their own yoga
• Satisfies Global Citizenship 1360 5:45a.m.-7:50a.m. MTWF POOL Eskridge B M mats.
• Prerequisite: None. This section is for student-athletes participating on the varsity 1368 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MW CPC 216 Bennett J L
This course, using a communicative approach, introduces the intercollegiate swimming and diving team. 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. TTh CPC 216 Qualey K N
student to Japanese sentence structure, basic vocabulary, Students are required to provide their own yoga mats.
and the two Japanese phonetic scripts of Hiragana, Katakana, 1369 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh CPC 216 Huner K A
plus a selected number of Kanji. Students learn to ask and Kinesiology/Physical Students are required to provide their own yoga mats.

Education: Fitness
answer basic questions and write about simple actions in the
present/future and past tenses. They also are introduced to KIN PE 58C, ADVANCED YOGA 1 UNIT
Transfer: UC*, CSU
important elements of Japanese culture and customs of the
Japanese people. This course is taught in Japanese unless in *Maximum UC transfer credit for any or all KIN PE courses combined • Prerequisite: None.
cases of linguistic difficulty as determined by the professor. is four units unless otherwise noted. This is an in-depth yoga course for the advanced student
Language lab is required. For Water Aerobics, please see Kinesiology Physical Education who has previous yoga experience resulting in knowledge of
1339 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF MC 2 Staff Aquatics course listings. 25 basic poses. Deeper and expanded study of the standing
Arrange-2 Hours DRSCHR 219 poses and basic posture, shoulder hand variations, and back
KIN PE 10A, FITNESS LAB 1 UNIT bends.
Transfer: UC*, CSU
All yoga classes require that students provide their own yoga
Journalism • Prerequisite: None.
Formerly KIN PE 10.
mats.
1370 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh CPC 216 Huner K A
Journalism offers instructional and career technical training in report- This is a physical fitness course designed to develop and Students are required to provide their own yoga mats.
ing and nonfiction story production across multiple platforms, includ- encourage positive attitudes and habits in a personalized
ing print, photography, video, audio, social media and digital media. exercise program. This program is designed to work both
Students are trained to develop story ideas, report them, and produce
them in suitable formats. Students also learn about news writing,
cardiovascular and muscle endurance components of fitness.
The primary training activity is aerobic weight training circuits Kinesiology/Physical
interviewing, reporting, editing, freelancing, photojournalism, multi-
media story production, journalism history, media law and journalism
utilizing a sequence of weight lifting machines and cardiovas-
cular exercise, organized into an “Aerobic Super Circuit”. The Education: Individual
ethics. This program prepares students for transfer to upper division
courses, as well as offers practical career technical training in the field
aerobic super circuit combines low intensity, high repetition
weight training with aerobic training (treadmills, steppers,
Sports
of journalism. The skills developed in journalism classes help students bikes, etc.). Basics of training and flexibility are also covered.
think critically and develop storytelling techniques in any career they *Maximum UC transfer credit for any or all KIN PE courses combined
might pursue. Careers in this field include book editor, copywriter, 1343 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh CPC 201 Barnett R T is four units unless otherwise noted.
film critic, foreign correspondent, freelance writing, online editor, 1345 2:45p.m.-4:50p.m. MTWTh CPC 201 Thomas J L
multimedia story producer, journalist, magazine editor, news anchor, KIN PE 14, CROSS COUNTRY 1 UNIT
newspaper editor, publicist, sportswriter, and technical writer. KIN PE 11A, BEGINNING WEIGHT TRAINING 1 UNIT Transfer: UC*, CSU
Transfer: UC*, CSU
• Prerequisite: None.
JOURN 1, THE NEWS 3 UNITS • Prerequisite: None.
This course is designed to develop the mental and physical
Transfer: UC, CSU As a beginning level weight training course, it covers all of techniques necessary for distance running. Topics include
C-ID: JOUR 110. the fundamentals of lifting and safety as well as core train-
• Prerequisite: None. aerobic and anaerobic training, physiological mechanics, as
ing. Students are required to do an assigned program for half
• Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. of the required hours and design their own program for the well as mental competitive strategies as they relate to dis-
other half of the required hours. tance running.
An introductory course in planning stories, news gather-
1349 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh TRACK Barron E A
ing, organizing and writing news across multiple platforms. 1346 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh CPC 207 Ankeny K L
Students learn to report and write news stories based on their 1347 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh CPC 207 Roque E M KIN PE 14B, INTERMEDIATE CROSS COUNTRY 1 UNIT
own reporting, including original interviews and research, and Transfer: UC*, CSU
how to use AP style. Stories include both news and features, KIN PE 11B, INTERMEDIATE WEIGHT TRAINING 1 UNIT
Transfer: UC*, CSU • Prerequisite: None.
and may include covering events, public lectures, meetings
• Prerequisite: None. This course is designed to develop the mental and physical
and other local stories. Students will be made aware of legal
This course is intermediate level in the various methods of techniques necessary for distance running. Topics include
and ethical issues related to journalism.
weight training. It is intended to aid the students in evaluating aerobic and anaerobic training, physiological mechanics, as
their training and muscular development goals as well as set- well as mental competitive strategies as they relate to dis-
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer ting up weight training programs to accomplish them. tance running.
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab 1348 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh CPC 207 Ankeny K L 1350 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh TRACK Barron E A
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.”
KIN PE 17, BOXING FOR FITNESS 1 UNIT KIN PE 14C, ADVANCED CROSS COUNTRY 1 UNIT
Students with disability related access needs, refer to Transfer: UC*, CSU Transfer: CSU, UC*
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
• Prerequisite: None. • Prerequisite: None.
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This course is designed for students to take the knowledge drilling, training and play with an emphasis on the technical
Linguistics

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
gained in the intermediate course and learn to prepare their side of the game.
own training regimen for a competitive cross country season. 1353 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh FIELD Benditson A
The class will also focus on the psychological aspects and 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh FIELD Pierce T L LING 1, INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS 3 UNITS
physiological effects of competitive endurance running. Transfer: UC, CSU
1351 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh TRACK Barron E A KIN PE 43C, ADVANCED SOCCER 1 UNIT IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities)
Transfer: UC*, CSU • Satisfies Global Citizenship
KIN PE 54C, INTERMEDIATE TENNIS 1 UNIT • Prerequisite: None. • Prerequisite: None.
Transfer: UC*, CSU
• Prerequisite: None.
This course is a continuation of the introductory soccer This course is an introduction to the study of language. It pro-
course with an emphasis placed on advanced technical skills vides an overview of the field of linguistics, its three dimen-
Conditioning and advanced drills designed to improve place- and an introduction to team tactics and systems of play. sions of language structure: the sound system (phonetics and
ment and consistency during match play are offered. Students phonology), vocabulary (morphology), and grammar (syntax),
must have some tennis experience to enroll in this course. 1355 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh FIELD Benditson A
8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh FIELD Pierce T L and the way linguistic structure and context give rise to
1361 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh MEMOR PK Goldenson R M meaning (semantics and pragmatics). In addition the course
This class meets off campus at Memorial Park, 1401 Olympic KIN PE 45A, BEGINNING SOFTBALL 1 UNIT considers how social practices are shaped by and shape lan-
Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90405. Transfer: UC*, CSU guage use, as well as how language is acquired and learned.
• Prerequisite: None. The course provides a grounding in linguistics as a field of
KIN PE 54D, ADVANCED TENNIS 1 UNIT
Transfer: UC*, CSU This course is designed for individuals who have not played study, basic analytic skills for viewing and discussing language
• Prerequisite: None. organized softball. Basics for throwing, fielding, hitting, and from a variety of perspectives, and greater awareness of the

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base running are covered. relevance of language across and within cultures.
This course is designed to improve play for competition in
1357 3:00p.m.-5:05p.m. MTWTh JA FIELD Sheeley S L 1373 10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. MTWTh MC 16 Harclerode J E
singles and doubles contests outside of school. Students must Arrange-10 Hours S AFRICA Harclerode J E
have experience playing the sport. 10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. MTWTh MC 16 Harclerode J E
KIN PE 45C, ADVANCED SOFTBALL 1 UNIT
1362 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh MEMOR PK Goldenson R M Above section 1373 is part of the Study Abroad program and
Transfer: UC*, CSU
This class meets off campus at Memorial Park, 1401 Olympic involves travel to South Africa. The class will meet on campus
• Prerequisite: None.
Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90405. This section is for student-athletes January 2-10 and February 4-7, and in South Africa January
participating on the Varsity Women’s intercollegiate tennis team. This course is designed for individuals with above average 11-February 3, 2019. See www.smc.edu/studyabroad for more
skills. Activities are centered around skills learned in KIN PE information.
KIN PE 56A, BEGINNING TRACK AND FIELD 1 UNIT 45A game situations.
Transfer: UC*, CSU
Mathematics
1358 3:00p.m.-5:05p.m. MTWTh JA FIELD Sheeley S L
• Prerequisite: None.
This class meets at John Adams Middle School, 2425 16th St.,
Students will learn the fundamentals of sprinting, hurdling Santa Monica, CA 90405. This section is for student-athletes par-
and some long distance races. The shot put and jump will also ticipating on the Varsity Women’s intercollegiate softball team. Mathematicians use symbolic languages to set up and analyze rela-
be covered. Students will be presented with a history of the tionships among quantities and qualities of things, events, and places.
sport and the rules of competition. KIN PE 57B, INTERMEDIATE VOLLEYBALL 1 UNIT Pure mathematicians develop the theories to further the science of
1363 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh TRACK Silva L Transfer: UC*, CSU mathematics. Possible careers include actuary, computer engineer,
• Prerequisite: None. cryptographer, satellite communications expert, robotics program-
KIN PE 56B, INTERMEDIATE TRACK AND FIELD 1 UNIT mer, statistician and teacher.
• Advisory: KIN PE 57A.
Transfer: UC*, CSU Students new to the Santa Monica College mathematics program
• Prerequisite: None.
This course covers techniques and strategies in playing six- who wish to enroll in a course must take the Math Assessment test
person, four-person and two-person volleyball. The continu- before enrolling. A student who has successfully completed college
This course is designed for students with prior experience ing development of high level skills is emphasized. level math courses (earned a grade of C or better) at another institu-
in the sport of track and field. Students will learn about tion may be able to verify having met prerequisites by submitting an
middle distance and long distance events as well as the 1365 2:45p.m.-4:50p.m. MTWTh GYM 100 Metichecchia J H
official transcript. Continuing students must complete prerequisite
discus and high jump. Students will continue to work on KIN PE 57C, ADVANCED VOLLEYBALL 1 UNIT courses with a grade of “C” or better.
running mechanics and learn about planning and organizing Transfer: UC*, CSU
workouts. MATH 1, BRIDGE TO COLLEGE MATHEMATICS 5 UNITS
• Prerequisite: None. • Prerequisite: None.
1364 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh TRACK Silva L • Advisory: KIN PE 57B.
This section is for student-athletes participating on the varsity This course provides an accelerated student-driven path
intercollegiate track and field team. This course covers advanced techniques and strategies of the through pre-algebra to intermediate algebra. Students will
game in a competitive class situation. The continuing devel- learn the topics in this course at their own pace in a com-
opment of high level skills is emphasized. puter lab with faculty guidance. As students demonstrate
Kinesiology/Physical 1366 2:45p.m.-4:50p.m. MTWTh GYM 100 Metichecchia J H
This section is for student-athletes participating on the Varsity
proficiency, they will have the opportunity to earn credit for
Math 85, Math 31, or Math 20. This course has multiple exit
Education: Team Men’s intercollegiate volleyball team. levels where students can earn a grade of “P” for passing the
highest-level course mastered and become eligible to enter
Sports KIN PE 59B, INTERMEDIATE BEACH VOLLEYBALL 1 UNIT
Transfer: UC*, CSU
subsequent courses in their plan of study.
1375 8:00a.m.-11:20a.m. MTWThF DRSCHR 305 London J S
*Maximum UC transfer credit for any or all KIN PE courses combined • Prerequisite: None. Above section 1375 requires that students have Internet access
is four units unless otherwise noted. This course covers techniques and strategies in playing power to prepare for the class and complete assignments. This section
beach volleyball at the four and two-person level. The con- is held in a computer lab environment using an adaptive learning
KIN PE 9C, ADVANCED BASKETBALL 1 UNIT platform (ALP). Students are expected to use the ALP during class
tinuing development of high level skills is emphasized.
Transfer: UC*, CSU meetings and outside of class either during open computer lab
• Prerequisite: None. 1371 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh BEACH Freeman D hours or off-campus to meet weekly goals.
• Advisory: KIN PE 9B or equivalent experience. This class meets at the beach, at the end of Ocean Park Blvd. 1376 10:15a.m.-1:35p.m. MTWThF BUS 255 Lui-Martinez Kr D
This is an activity course designed with an emphasis on high This section is for student-athletes participating on the Varsity Above section 1376 requires that students have Internet access
Women’s intercollegiate sand volleyball team. to prepare for the class and complete assignments. This section
level competition among students with previous experience.
is held in a computer lab environment using an adaptive learning
The course stresses advanced fundamentals and strategies. KIN PE 59C, ADVANCED BEACH VOLLEYBALL 1 UNIT platform (ALP). Students are expected to use the ALP during class
1342 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh GYM 100 Strong L M Transfer: UC*, CSU meetings and outside of class either during open computer lab
This section is for student-athletes participating on the Varsity • Prerequisite: None. hours or off-campus to meet weekly goals.
Women’s intercollegiate basketball team.
4016 5:00p.m.-7:05p.m. MTWTh GYM 100 Thomas J L
This course covers advanced techniques and strategies of MATH 2, PRECALCULUS 5 UNITS
beach volleyball in a competitive class situation. The continu- Transfer: UC*, CSU
This section is for student-athletes participating on the Varsity
Men’s intercollegiate basketball team. ing development of high level skills is emphasized. IGETC AREA 2 (Mathematical Concepts)
1372 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh BEACH Freeman D • Prerequisite: Math 20 and Math 32.
KIN PE 43B, INTERMEDIATE SOCCER 1 UNIT This class meets at the beach, at the end of Ocean Park Blvd. • Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
Transfer: UC*, CSU This section is for student-athletes participating on the Varsity *Maximum UC credit for Math 2, Math 4, and Math 26 is one
• Prerequisite: None. Women’s intercollegiate sand volleyball team. course.
This course is designed to build on the skills developed in An intensive preparation for calculus. This course is intended
beginning soccer. It will review and improve the basic skills for computer science, engineering, mathematics, and natural
of the sport as well as introduce more technical skills and
Varsity Intercollegiate Athletics science majors. Topics include algebraic, exponential, loga-
intricacies of the game. Students will participate in soccer Please see listing under “Varsity Intercollegiate Athletics.” rithmic and trigonometric functions and their inverses and
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identities, conic sections, sequences, series, the binomial functions with mathematical and physical applications, inde- Topics include rational, irrational and complex numbers;
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
theorem and mathematical induction. terminate forms and improper integrals, infinite sequences fundamental operations on algebraic expressions and func-
1377 7:15a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWThF MC 66 Murray D B and series, and curves, including conic sections, described by tions; introduction to polynomial, rational, exponential and
1378 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF LS 203 Wang J D parametric equations and polar coordinates. logarithmic functions, equations and graphs; circles and
Above section 1378 requires that students have internet access. 1385 7:15a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWThF MC 71 Soleymani S parabolas. Emphasis is on advanced algebraic factoring and
1379 12:30p.m.-3:20p.m. MTWThF MC 70 Ramsey E D Above section 1385 requires that students have Internet access. simplification.
Above section 1379 requires that students have internet access. 1386 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF MC 10 Lai I Math 20 serves as a prerequisite to all college level math classes.
4017 6:30p.m.-10:00p.m. MTWTh LS 203 Chau E Above section 1386 requires that students have Internet access. Students whose terminal math course is Math 54 or Math 21 may
Above section 4017 requires that students have internet access. 1387 12:30p.m.-3:20p.m. MTWThF MC 82 Dokos P want to consider taking Math 18 or Math 50 instead.
4019 6:30p.m.-10:00p.m. MTWTh MC 71 Askarian S N 1395 7:15a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWThF CMD 104 Evinyan Z
MATH 3, TRIGONOMETRY WITH APPLICATIONS 3 UNITS Above section 1395 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
Transfer: CSU MATH 11, MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS 5 UNITS 1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. Above section
• Prerequisite: MATH 20 and MATH 32. Transfer: UC, CSU 1395 requires that students have Internet access.
• Advisory: MATH 4 and eligibility for English 1. IGETC AREA 2 (Mathematical Concepts) 1396 8:00a.m.-10:50a.m. MTWThF LA 231 Gharamanians J
This course is intended for students majoring in Science, • Prerequisite: Math 8. Above section 1396 requires that students have internet access.
Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM). Math 3 in Topics include vectors and analytic geometry in two and three 1397 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF HSS 153 Green T R
combination with Math 4 (College Algebra for STEM Majors) dimensions, vector functions with applications, partial deriva- Above section 1397 requires that students have Internet access.
serves as a prerequisite for Math 7 (Calculus 1). The course tives, extrema, Lagrange Multipliers, multiple integrals with 1398 12:30p.m.-3:20p.m. MTWThF CMD 104 Odom L H
includes a study of the properties and graphs of trigonometric applications, vector fields. Green’s Theorem, the Divergence Above section 1398 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
and inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, Theorem, and Stokes’ Theorem.
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1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. Above section


solutions of triangles, trigonometric equations, parametric 1388 8:00a.m.-10:50a.m. MTWThF MC 67 Rodas B G 1398 requires that students have Internet access.
equations, polar coordinates and polar equations, the algebra Above section 1388 requires that students have internet access. 4021 6:30p.m.-10:00p.m. MTWTh MC 67 Musselman M J
of vectors in two and three dimensions and topics from ana- 4020 6:30p.m.-10:00p.m. MTWTh MC 70 Nestler A E Above section 4021 requires that students have Internet access.
lytic geometry and applications. 4022 6:30p.m.-10:00p.m. MTWTh HSS 153 Karkafi R H
1380 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh MC 82 Mazorow M M MATH 15, ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 3 UNITS
Transfer: UC, CSU MATH 21, FINITE MATHEMATICS 3 UNITS
Above section 1380 requires that students have internet access.
C-ID: MATH 240. Transfer: UC, CSU
MATH 4, COLLEGE ALGEBRA FOR STEM MAJORS 4 UNITS IGETC AREA 2 (Mathematical Concepts) IGETC AREA 2 (Mathematical Concepts)
Transfer: UC*, CSU • Prerequisite: Math 8. • Prerequisite: Math 18 or 20 or 49 or 50.
• Prerequisite: MATH 20 This course is an introduction to ordinary differential equa- This is a terminal mathematics course for liberal arts and
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. tions. Topics include first order equations, linear equations, social science majors. Topics include sets and counting, prob-
*Maximum UC credit for Math 2 and Math 4 combined is one reduction of order, variation of parameters, spring motion ability, linear systems, linear programming, statistics, and
course. and other applications, Cauchy-Euler equations, power series mathematics of finance, with emphasis on applications.
This course is intended for students majoring in Science, solutions, Laplace transform, and systems of linear differen-
1399 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUNDY 156 Harandian R
Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM). Math 4 in tial equations.
Above section 1399 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
combination with Math 3 (Trigonometry with applications) 1389 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh LS 205 Staff Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
serves as a prerequisite for Math 7 (Calculus 1). The topics
to be covered include review of the fundamentals of algebra, MATH 18, INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA FOR STATISTICS AND MATH 26, FUNCTIONS AND MODELING FOR BUSINESS AND
relations, functions, solutions of first and second degree FINITE MATHEMATICS 3 UNITS SOCIAL SCIENCE 3 UNITS
equations and inequalities, systems of equations, matrices, • Prerequisite: Math 31. Transfer: UC*, CSU
binomial theorem, mathematical induction, polynomial and Maximum allowable units for Math 18 and Math 20 is 5 units. IGETC AREA 2 (Mathematical Concepts)
rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, Topics include linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic • Prerequisite: Math 20.
analytic geometry and conic sections, and geometric and functions and equations; systems of linear equations and *Maximum UC credit for Math 2, Math 4 and Math 26 is one
arithmetic sequences and series. inequalities; sequences and series. The emphasis is on setting course.
1381 10:15a.m.-12:25p.m. MTWThF LA 228 Lan H up and solving applications of the algebraic material. This course is a preparatory course for students anticipating
Math 18 is designed for students who are required to complete enrollment in Math 28 (Calculus 1 for Business and Social
MATH 7, CALCULUS 1 5 UNITS Math 54 only or Math 21 only. If you are unsure which transfer Science). Topics include algebraic, exponential and logartih-
Transfer: UC*, CSU level math course you need, it is recommended you take Math 20. mic functions and their graphical representations, and using
C-ID: MATH 211. 1390 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh MC 82 Mazorow M M
IGETC AREA 2 (Mathematical Concepts)
these functions to model applications in business and social
Above section 1390 requires that students have Internet access.. science.
• Prerequisite: Math 2 or (Math 3 and 4). 1391 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LS 103 Ross K R
*Maximum UC credit for Math 7 and 28 is one course. Math 26 is not recommended as a terminal course to satisfy
1392 2:45p.m.-5:45p.m. TWTh HSS 153 Jiang J transfer requirements.
This first course in calculus is intended primarily for science, 1400 12:30p.m.-4:45p.m. MW LS 103 Grollmus D P
technology, engineering and mathematics majors. Topics MATH 1B, BRIDGE TO COLLEGE MATHEMATICS 2 5 UNITS
• Prerequisite: Math 1. 1401 12:30p.m.-4:45p.m. TTh LS 103 Grollmus D P
include limits, continuity, and derivatives and integrals of
algebraic and trigonometric functions, with mathematical and This course is a continuation of Math 1, Bridge to College MATH 28, CALCULUS 1 FOR BUSINESS AND
physical applications. Mathematics (BCM) for students who have already taken SOCIAL SCIENCE 5 UNITS
1382 8:00a.m.-10:50a.m. MTWThF MC 70 Herichi H BCM and successfully passed the Arithmetic/Pre-algebra level Transfer: UC*, CSU
1383 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF LS 201 Manookian N and/or the Elementary Algebra portions of the BCM course. C-ID: MATH 140.
1384 12:30p.m.-3:20p.m. MTWThF BUNDY 213 Carty B Students enrolled in Math 1B (BCM 2) will pick up where they IGETC AREA 2 (Mathematical Concepts)
Above section 1384 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South left off in BCM and have the opportunity to develop and dem- • Prerequisite: Math 26.
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. onstrate mastery of Elementary Algebra and/or Intermediate *Maximum UC credit for Math 7 and 28 is one course.
4018 6:30p.m.-10:00p.m. MTWTh MC 66 Kim Su Algebra. Based on their proficiency of topics in one or both
This course is intended for students majoring in business
Above section 4018 requires that students have Internet access. courses, students will earn a grade of “P” for passing the
or social sciences. It is a survey of differential and integral
highest-level course mastered and become eligible to enter
MATH 8, CALCULUS 2 5 UNITS subsequent courses in their plan of study. calculus with business and social science applications. Topics
Transfer: UC*, CSU include limits, differential calculus of one variable, including
1393 8:00a.m.-11:20a.m. MTWThF DRSCHR 305 London J S
C-ID: MATH 221. exponential and logarithmic functions, introduction to inte-
Above section 1393 requires that students have Internet access gral calculus, and mathematics of finance.
IGETC AREA 2 (Mathematical Concepts) to prepare for the class and complete assignments. This section
• Prerequisite: Math 7. is held in a computer lab environment using an adaptive learning 1402 12:30p.m.-3:20p.m. MTWThF LA 231 Kamin G
*Maximum UC credit for Math 8 and 29 is one course. platform (ALP). Students are expected to use the ALP during class
meetings and outside of class either during open computer lab MATH 31, ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 5 UNITS
This second course in calculus is intended primarily for sci- • Prerequisite: Math 84 or Math 85.
hours or off-campus to meet weekly goals.
ence, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors.
1394 10:15a.m.-1:35p.m. MTWThF BUS 255 Lui-Martinez Kr D Topics include: Arithmetic operations with real numbers,
Topics include derivatives and integrals of transcendental
Above section 1394 requires that students have Internet access polynomials, rational expressions, and radicals; factoring
to prepare for the class and complete assignments. This section polynomials; linear equations and inequalities in one and
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer
is held in a computer lab environment using an adaptive learning two variables; systems of linear equations and inequalities in
platform (ALP). Students are expected to use the ALP during class
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete
meetings and outside of class either during open computer lab
two variables; application problems; equations with rational
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab expressions; equations with radicals; introduction to qua-
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” hours or off-campus to meet weekly goals.
dratic equations in one variable.
Students with disability related access needs, refer to MATH 20, INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 5 UNITS This course is equivalent to one year high school algebra.
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
Maximum allowable units for Math 18 and Math 20 is 5 units. Students enrolled in this course are required to spend 16 docu-
30
Go to bookstore.smc.edu to access the online bookstore for details on books and materials (subject to change) for all course sections.
MATHEMATICS COURSE SEQUENCE
Course sequences shown here are for general reference. Your starting point depends on your math assessment results and your
education plan. Before you enroll in a math class, please see the SMC Assessment website (smc.edu/assessment), visit the Math
Department (smc.edu/math), see assist.org, or talk to a counselor in the Counseling Department.
Higher Level

These courses may be taken in any


order, but students are advised to MATH 10 MATH 11 MATH 13 MATH 15
complete Math 11 and Math 15 Discrete Structures Multivariable Calculus Linear Algebra Ordinary Differential
before enrolling in Math 13. (3 units) (5 units) (3 units) Equations (3 units)

MATH 8
College Level

Calculus 2 (5 units)
MATH 29
Calculus 2 for Business
and Social Science MATH 7
(3 units)
Calculus 1 (5 units)

AND

MATH 28 MATH 4 MATH 3 MATH 2


Calculus 1 for Business
College Algebra for Trigonometry with
and Social Science Pre-Calculus (5 units)
STEM Majors (4 units) Applications (3 units)
(5 units)

OR

MATH 21 MATH 54 MATH 26 MATH 41


Finite Mathematics Elementary Statistics Functions and Mathematics for
(3 units) (4 units) Modeling for Business Elementary Teachers
and Social Science (3 units)
(3 units)

MATH 20 MATH 32
Pre-College Level

Intermediate Algebra AND Plane Geometry


(5 units) (3 units)
MATH 18
Intermediate Algebra
for Statistics and
Your transfer school’s requirements may vary.
Finite Mathematics
For details, see assist.org or talk to a counselor
(3 units)
in the Counseling Department.
MATH 31
Business, economics, or other majors that
Elementary Algebra do NOT need trigonometry-based calculus*:
(5 units) 85 (or 81, 84), 31, 20, 26, 28, 29.
*7 and 8 generally required for UC
STEM majors, including computer science,
engineering, mathematics, one of the
MATH 84 physical/natural/life sciences, or other majors
that REQUIRE trigonometry-based calculus:
Pre-Algebra (3 units) 85 (or 81, 84), 31, 32, 20, 2 (or 3 & 4), 7, 8,
11, 15, 13, possibly 10.
Liberal arts or social sciences majors:
85 (or 81, 84), 31, 18 (or 20), 54 or 21; OR
MATH 50 MATH 85 MATH 81 accelerated option: 50, 54 or 21.
Elementary school teacher: 85 (or 81, 84),
Pre-Statistics Arithmetic and Basic Arithmetic 31, 20, 41 (only fulfills CSU mathematics
(5 units) Pre-Algebra (5 units) (3 units) requirement for liberal arts majors).
Accelerated Path Accelerated Path Undecided: 85 (or 81, 84), 31, 20.
4-18
mented supplemental learning hours outside of class during the 1413 10:15a.m.-1:35p.m. MTWThF MC 83 Boosheri S G This course prepares the student for Elementary Algebra. It
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
semester. Arrange-3 Hours assumes a thorough knowledge of arithmetic. Course content
1403 7:15a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWThF CMD 107 Tsvikyan A Above section 1413 requires that students have Internet access. includes integers, signed fractions, signed decimals, group-
Arrange-2.5 Hours 1414 12:00p.m.-3:20p.m. MTWThF MC 74 Dabagh Sa M ing symbols, the order of operations, exponents, and alge-
Above section 1403 meets at the Center for Media and Design, Arrange-3 Hours braic expressions and formulas. The emphasis is on concepts
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. Above section Above section 1414 requires that students have Internet access. essential for success in algebra.
1403 requires that students have Internet access. 1415 2:45p.m.-6:05p.m. MTWThF MC 73 Rahmani S
1404 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF MC 71 Emerson A J *Course credit will not be applied toward satisfaction of
Arrange-3 Hours Associate Degree requirements. Students enrolled in this course
Arrange-2.5 Hours
Above section 1415 requires that students have Internet access. are required to spend 16 documented supplemental learning
Above section 1404 requires that students have Internet access. hours outside of class during the semester.
1405 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF MC 66 Lopez Ma MATH 54, ELEMENTARY STATISTICS 4 UNITS 1425 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh CMD 104 Dean C R
Arrange-2.5 Hours Transfer: UC, CSU Arrange-2.5 Hours
1406 12:30p.m.-3:20p.m. MTWThF BUNDY 153 Maknouni M C-ID: MATH 110. Above section 1425 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
Arrange-2.5 Hours IGETC AREA 2 (Mathematical Concepts) 1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404.
Above section 1406 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South • Prerequisite: Math 20 or Math 18 or Math 49 or Math 50. 1426 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh BUNDY 221 Foreman N J
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Formerly Math 52. Arrange-2.5 Hours
1407 12:30p.m.-3:20p.m. MTWThF BUNDY 156 Kim J J
This course covers concepts and procedures of descriptive Above section 1426 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
Arrange-2.5 Hours
statistics, elementary probability theory and inferential statis- Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
Above section 1407 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Above section 1407 requires tics. Course content includes: summarizing data; computation
MATH 85, ARITHMETIC AND PREALGEBRA 5 UNITS
that students have Internet access. and interpretation of descriptive statistics; classical probabil-
Wi nte r 2 0 1 9

• Prerequisite: None.
4023 6:30p.m.-10:00p.m. MTWTh MC 83 Chitgar M H ity theory; probability distributions; binomial, normal, T, Chi-
Arrange-2.5 Hours square and F distributions; making inferences; decisions and This course offers an accelerated option for preparation for
4024 6:30p.m.-10:00p.m. MTWTh MC 10 Esmaeili F A predictions. This course develops, analyzes, and interprets Elementary Algebra. The material covered is equivalent to
Arrange-2.5 Hours confidence intervals for population parameters, hypothesis that covered separately in Math 81 (Basic Arithmetic) and
Above section 4024 requires that students have Internet access. testing for both one and two populations, correlation and Math 84 (Prealgebra). This course develops number and
regression, ANOVA, and test for independence. This course operation sense with regard to whole numbers, integers,
MATH 32, PLANE GEOMETRY 3 UNITS develops statistical thinking through the study of applications rational numbers, mixed numbers, and decimals. Grouping
• Prerequisite: Math 31 or Math 49. in variety of disciplines. The use of a statistical/graphing cal- symbols, order of operations, estimation and approximation,
This is an introductory course in geometry whose goal is culator and/or statistical analysis software is integrated into scientific notation, ratios, percents, proportions, geometric
to increase the mathematical maturity and reasoning skills the course. figures, and units of measurement with conversions are
of students. Topics include elementary logical reasoning, included. An introduction to algebraic topics, including simple
1416 7:50a.m.-10:00a.m. MTWThF HSS 153 Vendlinski T P
properties of geometric figures, congruence, similarity, and linear equations, algebraic expressions and formulas, and
Above section 1416 requires that students have Internet access.
special right triangles. Formal proof is introduced and used practical applications of the material also are covered. All
1417 7:50a.m.-10:00a.m. MTWThF LS 203 Petikyan G topics will be covered without the use of a calculating device.
within the course.
Above section 1417 requires that students have Internet access.
1408 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW BUNDY 213 Grogan J Students who desire a slower pace should enroll in the Math
1418 8:00a.m.-11:00a.m. MTWTh MC 74 McGraw C K
Above section 1408 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South 81/84 sequence. Course credit will not be applied toward satis-
Above section 1418 is part of the Scholars Program and enroll- faction of Associate degree requirements.
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Above section 1408 requires ment is limited to program participants. See Special Programs
that students have Internet access. 1427 7:15a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWThF MC 83 Gizaw A
section of class schedule or smc.edu/scholars for additional
1409 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh BUNDY 213 Grogan J information. Above section 1418 requires that students have 1428 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWThF PAC 310 Aguilar J A
Above section 1409 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Internet access. Above section 1428 requires that students have Internet access.
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Above section 1409 requires 1419 10:15a.m.-12:25p.m. MTWThF LS 205 Staff
that students have Internet access.
Media Studies
1420 10:15a.m.-12:25p.m. MTWThF CMD 107 Saso M
1410 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh BUNDY 221 Tu W Above section 1420 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
Above section 1410 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South 1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404.
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Above section 1410 requires 1421 12:45p.m.-2:55p.m. MTWThF CMD 107 Yankey K A Media is a versatile discipline consisting of two areas of study: media
that students have Internet access. studies and media production. Our media studies area focuses on the
Above section 1421 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
1411 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh MC 73 Simhan S V analysis of the mass media. Media Studies courses use an analytical
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. Above section
Above section 1411 requires that students have Internet access. 1421 requires that students have Internet access. and historical approach, and students develop skills to assess the role
4025 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh MC 73 Chan H J 1422 12:45p.m.-2:55p.m. MTWThF LS 205 Bayssa B T and impact of mass media on society. Students examine the history,
Above section 4025 requires that students have Internet access. 1423 Arrange-10 Hours ONLINE Jahangard E values, and structure of media in the US and internationally. Media
4026 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh LS 103 Huang C Y literacy skills are another fundamental component of Media Studies
6:00p.m.-8:00p.m. T DRSCHR 204 Jahangard E
Courses. Upon successful completion of our Media Studies courses,
6:00p.m.-9:00p.m. Th DRSCHR 204 Jahangard E each student should leave as a media literate individual — a more
MATH 50, PRE-STATISTICS 5 UNITS
Above section 1423 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online aware, critical audience member with a well-developed sense of
• Prerequisite: None. via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/ mass media’s role in society. There is a wide range of employment
This course introduces algebra topics and the basic elements OnlineEd. Above section 1423 meets on campus on the following possibilities for students trained in Media Studies, including positions
of exploratory data analysis needed for Elementary Statistics six dates: January 3, 15, 22, 29, February 2, 7, 2019. in public relations, business, sales, public and personnel relations, and
(Math 54) and Finite Mathematics (Math 21). Course topics 4027 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. MTWTh MC 74 Martinez M G advertising.
include number and operation sense with regard to whole Above section 4027 requires that students have Internet access. Our Media Production courses provide hands-on training in the areas
numbers, integers, rational numbers, mixed numbers, deci- 4028 7:00p.m.-9:00p.m. W HSS 105 Foster M of Television, Radio and Internet Broadcasting, including broadcast
mals, grouping symbols, order of operations, estimation and Arrange-10 Hours ONLINE Foster M news, sports, promotional videos, podcasting, short form and emerg-
approximation, scientific notation, ratios, percents, propor- Above section 4028 is a hybrid class taught on campus and ing media (360/virtual and augmented reality). Students completing
tions, formulas and algebraic expressions, linear equations online via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc. the Broadcasting degrees and/or certificates are prepared for both
and inequalities in one variable, analyzing and producing edu/OnlineEd. Above section 4028 meets on campus on six employment opportunities in the broadcasting industry and transfer
data, sample statistics and graphs, functions, systems of lin- Wednesdays, 7:00-9:00pm: January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and Feb 6, into four-year degree programs. The Promo Pathways program pro-
ear equations, and probability. 2018 and requires that students have Internet access to prepare vides intensive training and internships for students pursuing promo
for the class and complete assignments. advertising careers opportunities in the broadcasting industry and
Math 50 is designed for students who are only required to transfer into four-year degree programs.
complete Elementary Statistics (Math 54) or Finite Mathematics MATH 81, BASIC ARITHMETIC 3 UNITS
(Math 21). Students who plan to take a non-math course which MEDIA 1, SURVEY OF MASS MEDIA
lists math 20 or math 31 as a pre-requisite should take those • Prerequisite: None.
COMMUNICATIONS 3 UNITS
courses unless otherwise advised by the department offering the The aim of this course is to develop number and operation Transfer: UC, CSU
non-math course. This course is not intended as a preparation sense with regard to whole numbers, fractions, decimals and C-ID: JOUR 100.
for precalculus or calculus. Students planning to take Precalculus percents; as well as measurement and problem solving skills. IGETC AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
(Math 2) must complete Intermediate Algebra (Math 20). Course content also includes ratios, proportions, and practical • Prerequisite: None.
1412 8:00a.m.-11:20a.m. MTWThF MC 73 Edinger G C applications of the arithmetic material. Formerly Communication 1.
Arrange-3 Hours
*Course credit will not be applied toward satisfaction of This course introduces aspects of communications and the
Above section 1412 requires that students have Internet access. Associate Degree requirements. Students enrolled in this course
are required to spend 16 documented supplemental learning
impact of mass media on the individual and society. The sur-
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer hours outside of class during the session. vey includes newspapers, magazines, radio, television, cable,
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete
1424 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh LS 103 Ross K R motion pictures, online media, advertising, public relations,
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” Arrange-2.5 Hours theories of communication, and mass communication modes,
processes and effects.
Students with disability related access needs, refer to MATH 84, PRE-ALGEBRA 3 UNITS 1430 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh LS 110 Brewington R H
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions.
• Prerequisite: Math 81. 1431 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh LS 152 Dickinson L M
32
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1432 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Shaw R D • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. This course provides the study of the rudiments of music

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Above section 1432 is a Distance Education course conducted over This course is designed for the non-major. It utilizes a broad notation, including scales, intervals, triads and seventh
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. approach to musical literature, primarily of the sixteenth chords. Also included are rhythmic drills, sight singing and
1433 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Movius L through twenty-first centuries, and its place in the cultural exercises using computer-assisted-instruction. This course
Above section 1433 is a Distance Education course conducted over development of Western Civilization. It provides the tools for (or the equivalent) is a prerequisite for all other music theory
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. a basic understanding of music, an awareness of the primary courses.
1434 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Movius L musical styles, comprehension of the building blocks of music, Music 1 is equivalent to the theory portion of Music 66. Credit
Above section 1434 is a Distance Education course conducted over and the development of an attentive level of listening. may be earned for Music 1 or 66 but not both.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
1444 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Driscoll B S 1441 8:00a.m.-10:50a.m. TWTh PAC 116 Selvey J D
1435 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chicas H K
Above section 1444 is a Distance Education course conducted Above section 1441 meets at the Performing Arts Center, 1310
Above section 1435 is a Distance Education course conducted over over the Internet. For additional information, please go to smc. 11th Street.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. edu/OnlineMusic. This course requires the purchase of an access
code for “OnMusic Appreciation” from Connect4education at MUSIC 10, POPULAR HARMONY AND ARRANGING 3 UNITS
MEDIA 10, MEDIA, GENDER, AND RACE 3 UNITS http://www.connect4education.com or from the SMC Bookstore Transfer: CSU
Transfer: UC (meets UC Berkeley American Cultures graduation at the front counter. After SMC enrollment, all access to the class
requirement); CSU
• Prerequisite: None.
depends upon registration of the access code at http://www.con- • Advisory: Music 2 and Music 6.
IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavior Sciences) nect4education.com
• Satisfies Global Citizenship 1445 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Goodman D B
This course is the study of the harmonic idioms used in popu-
• Prerequisite: None. lar music and in jazz. It covers the language of chord symbols,
Above section 1445 is a Distance Education course conducted
Formerly Communication 10. over the Internet. For additional information, please go to smc. analysis of conventional chord progressions, the writing of
lead sheets, and an introduction to commercial and jazz

Wi nte r 2 0 1 9
This course is an historical overview of media in the united edu/OnlineMusic. This course requires the purchase of an access
States. Using readings from selected texts, clips from movies, code for “OnMusic Appreciation” from Connect4education at arranging techniques.
radio and television broadcasts, as well as period literature, http://www.connect4education.com or from the SMC Bookstore 1443 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh PAC 203 Staff
at the front counter. After SMC enrollment, all access to the class Above section 1443 meets at the Performing Arts Center, 1310
students analyze and debate representations in the media depends upon registration of the access code at http://www.con-
with a focus on class, gender, and race/ethnicity. Critical 11th Street.
nect4education.com
thinking is stressed in this course. MUSIC 50A, ELEMENTARY VOICE 2 UNITS
1436 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh CMD 203 Raz J G MUSIC 33, JAZZ IN AMERICAN CULTURE 3 UNITS Transfer: UC, CSU
Above section 1436 meets at the Center for Media and Design, Transfer: UC (meets UC Berkeley American Cultures graduation
• Prerequisite: None.
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404. requirement), CSU
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) Introduction to the fundamental principles of singing: breath
1437 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gougis M J
• Satisfies Global Citizenship control, tone production, diction and the use of appropriate
Above section 1437 is a Distance Education course conducted over
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. • Prerequisite: None. song material.
1438 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Klein K R This course concentrates on the origin, development and 1450 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh PAC 115 Selvey J D
Above section 1438 is a Distance Education course conducted over major musical styles of Jazz music in American culture with Above section 1450 meets at the Performing Arts Center, 1310
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. significant emphasis placed on the sociopolitical and eco- 11th Street.
1439 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Raz J G nomic realities that resulted in shaping the musical decisions 4030 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh PAC 115 Parnell D J
Above section 1439 is a Distance Education course conducted over of the primary innovators. The course will further illustrate Above section 4030 meets at the Performing Arts Center, 1310
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. how the multicultural intersection of the African-American, 11th Street.
European-American and Chicano/Latino communities has
MEDIA 46, TELEVISION PRODUCTION 3 UNITS MUSIC 50B, INTERMEDIATE VOICE 2 UNITS
been, and continues to be, an essential element for the exis- Transfer: UC, CSU
Transfer: CSU tence and proliferation of this uniquely American art form.
• Prerequisite: None. • Advisory: Music 50A.
Designed for the non-major.
Formerly Broadcasting 46. Continued development of vocal technique, musicianship,
1448 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh PAC 114 Fiddmont F K
This course provides basic training in the use of television style and interpretations and song repertoire.
Above section 1448 meets at the Performing Arts Center, 1310
equipment and facilities; camera operations; audio and video 11th Street. 1451 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh PAC 115 Selvey J D
control; lighting; graphics; editing; portable video, and audio Above section 1451 meets at the Performing Arts Center, 1310
production techniques. MUSIC 36, HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC 3 UNITS 11th Street.
1440 9:00a.m.-1:15p.m. TTh CMD 131 Fetzer G C Transfer: UC, CSU
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) MUSIC 60A, ELEMENTARY PIANO, FIRST LEVEL 2 UNITS
10:45a.m.-1:15p.m. TTh CMD 182 Fetzer G C Transfer: UC, CSU
Arrange-6 Hours Fetzer G C • Satisfies Global Citizenship
• Prerequisite: None. • Prerequisite: None.
Above section 1440 meets at the Center for Media and Design,
This course is a musical and cultural survey of popular music See also Music 66.
1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404.
widely referred to as Rock & Roll. Musical trends are followed Instruction in this course ranges from an introduction to the
from influential traditions of early blues and jazz at the begin- keyboard to the reading of simple pieces at sight in all major
Microbiology ning of the twentieth century and include the emergence keys. Technical problems, basic music theory, major scales,
Please see listing under “Biological Sciences.” of Rock & Roll in the early 1950’s, Motown, the “British hand-over-hand arpeggios, simple chording and an introduc-
Invasion”, Art Rock, Heavy Metal, Punk, Rap and Hip-Hop, tion to piano literature are stressed.
Techno, Grunge, Electronica, Garage Rock and Modern Rock. Music 60A is equivalent to the piano portion of Music 66. Credit
Modern Languages 4029 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh HSS 106 Cheesman J M may be earned for Music 60A or Music 66 but not both.
SMC offers courses in American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese 1452 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh PAC 206 Kozlova Yu V
(Mandarin), French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Above section 1452 meets at the Performing Arts Center, 1310
Persian (Farsi), Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish. Classes
are listed under name of specific language.
Music: Theory, 11th Street.

Performance, and
Music: Appreciation Application Nursing
and History See also “Music: Appreciation and History” NURSNG 16, PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT 1 UNIT
Transfer: CSU
The study of music is a multifaceted academic endeavor that requires
See also “Music: Theory, Performance and Application” students to master a variety of theoretical concepts and practical • Prerequisite: Nursing 10, 10L or equivalent.
A curriculum aimed at teaching students how to understand what skills. Music department courses focus on giving students significant The focus of this course is to enable the student to further
they are hearing in different genres of music, such as, Western Art understanding of the elements of music such as, melody, harmony, develop techniques of physical assessment. It includes a
Music (Classical Music), Jazz, World Music, Rock, and Pop. Typically, rhythm, timbre, and form, and opportunities to apply that under- description of fundamental assessment techniques including
these courses are designed for non-music majors. Appreciation, in this standing to real world performance activities.
measurement of vital signs, then details assessment proce-
context, means the understanding of the value and merit of different Some performance courses require auditions during the first week
styles of music. dures and findings for specific body systems. The examination
of class. A maximum of 12 units is allowed in performance courses. techniques presented are related primarily to adult patients.
Attendance at one Music department concert for which students may
have to purchase tickets is required. Online classes are exempted. MUSIC 1, FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC 3 UNITS Gerontological considerations are included for each body
Transfer: UC*, CSU system, with a focus on identifying normal age-related varia-
MUSIC 32, APPRECIATION OF MUSIC 3 UNITS IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) tions.
Transfer: UC, CSU • Prerequisite: None. 1454 12:15p.m.-3:20p.m. TTh BUNDY 321 Williams E J
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) *No UC transfer credit for Music 1 if taken after Music 2. See also Above section 1454 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South
• Prerequisite: None. Music 66. Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
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NURSNG 19, ORIENTATION TO ADVANCED PLACEMENT – ADN vs. Relativism debate. Related topics in ethics may also be stress technical knowledge, proficiency in camera control, digital and
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
PROGRAM 2 UNITS included. analog capture methods, artificial light control, and image manipula-
Transfer: CSU tion.
1463 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 165 Katherine A L
• Prerequisite: Eligible for Advanced Placement. 1464 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Bennet S E
PHOTO 1, INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY 3 UNITS
The focus of this course is to orient the advanced placement Above section 1464 is a Distance Education course conducted over Transfer: UC, CSU
nursing student, the foreign trained nurse, or equivalent, to the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
• Prerequisite: None.
the philosophy and expectations of the second year of the 1465 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Bennet S E
registered nursing program. Special emphasis is placed on Above section 1465 is a Distance Education course conducted over This non-laboratory course is an introduction to photography
having the student utilize the Orem’s Self-Care Model and the the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. including camera techniques and creative considerations.
nursing process in planning, implementing, and evaluating 1466 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Ortega G R Using the HDSLR camera format and natural light, students
the nursing care of patients through case studies. Above section 1466 is a Distance Education course conducted over shoot digitally for specific assignments emphasizing exposure,
1554 11:15a.m.-2:20p.m. MW BUNDY 329 Staff the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. depth-of-field, motion, composition, and image quality. A
Above section 1554 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South 1467 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Ortega G R 35mm Digital Single Lens Reflex camera with manual focus
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Above section 1467 is a Distance Education course conducted over lens and exposure capabilities is required.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 1474 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. TTh DRSCHR 115 Thawley J
1475 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 103 Anderson Da
Nutrition PHILOS 2, ETHICS 3 UNITS 4031 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh DRSCHR 115 Myers A D
Transfer: UC, CSU
Please see listing under “Biological Sciences.”
IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities) PHOTO 2, BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY LAB TECHNIQUES 2 UNITS
• Prerequisite: None. Transfer: CSU
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Office Information Systems • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. • Skills Advisory: Photography 1.
Please see listing under “Office Technology.” This course provides an introduction to the nature of ethical This introductory lab course prepares students for general
theory (moral philosophy), an analysis of significant ethical specialization in photography. Black and white exposure tech-
theories, and an exploration of the problems encountered niques, development controls, printing techniques, and film
Office Technology in the continuing quest for a satisfactory ethical theory for
contemporary society. Some of the main topics in normative
exposures are included. Specific shooting and printing assign-
ments explore a variety of natural light situations and shoot-
The Office Technology Department offers training in general, medi-
ethics and meta-ethics are covered. ing challenges. Weekly lectures support practical supervised
cal, and legal office skills. Office workers are responsible for a variety 1468 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 252 Kaufman S M laboratory periods. Required for photography majors.
of administrative and clerical duties necessary to run and maintain 1476 12:30p.m.-3:20p.m. MTW DRSCHR 110 Staff
organizations efficiently. They use a variety of software programs, PHILOS 7, LOGIC AND CRITICAL THINKING 3 UNITS 12:30p.m.-3:20p.m. Th DRSCHR 115 Staff
produce correspondence, maintain databases, manage projects-- as Transfer: UC, CSU
well as organize meetings, manage records, and perform reception- • Prerequisite: None. PHOTO 5, DIGITAL ASSET MANAGEMENT, MODIFICATION AND
ist duties. Office workers find employment in many settings, such as • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. OUTPUT 3 UNITS
corporations, government agencies, schools, law offices, hospitals, A course in general logic emphasizing its applications to Transfer: CSU
and clinics. Some related job titles include office assistant, administra- • Prerequisite: None.
tive medical assistant, medical billing and coding specialist, electronic practical situations. The course covers both inductive and
deductive techniques. • Advisory: Photography 1.
health records specialist, and administrative secretary.
1469 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh HSS 263 Johnson T An introduction to digital camera exposure methods in vari-
OFTECH 1, KEYBOARDING I 3 UNITS ous lighting conditions, image processing, basic color theory,
Transfer: CSU PHILOS 9, SYMBOLIC LOGIC 3 UNITS color management, and various digital output techniques for
• Prerequisite: None. Transfer: UC, CSU both color and black & white imagery. Students are required
Formerly OIS 1. OFTECH 1 is equivalent to the OFTECH 1A, OFTECH • Prerequisite: None. to use outside commercial lab services and must furnish an
1B, and OFTECH 1C sequence. This is a beginning course in modern logic covering symbolic approved digital camera with removable lenses (DSLR) which
This course is designed to teach keyboard mastery by touch, notation and translations, and decision procedures for valid- is capable of capturing in the Camera Raw format. A knowl-
improve speed and accuracy, and use Microsoft Word to cre- ity and invalidity of arguments in sentential logic and predi- edge of basic computer functions is essential.
ate and revise business documents. Proofreading skill devel- cate logic. 4032 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh BUS 131 McDonald S D
opment is also included. 1470 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 150 Klumpe P A
This course uses Microsoft Word 2016 in the PC (windows) envi- PHOTO 39, BEGINNING PHOTOSHOP 3 UNITS
ronment. PHILOS 22, ASIAN PHILOSOPHY 3 UNITS Transfer: CSU
1462 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Reed A M Transfer: UC, CSU • Prerequisite: None.
Above section 1462 is a Distance Education course conducted over
IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities) • Advisory: Photography 5.
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. • Prerequisite: None. This course is an introduction to digital imaging for photogra-
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. phy majors using Adobe Photoshop. Students will learn how
The cultural settings and basic concepts of the major philo- to manipulate, make selections and enhance digital images,
Philosophy sophical and religious systems of India, China, and Japan
are studied. Rituals and literature are used to compare and
including retouching for output to a variety of media.
1477 11:00a.m.-4:00p.m. TWTh BUS 131 Withers J J
Philosophy is a foundation of education in the liberal arts. Philosophy contrast Asian and non-Asian belief systems.
enriches thought, imagination, understanding, and experience. By 1471 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW HSS 263 Quesada D M PHOTO 52, HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY 3 UNITS
studying philosophy, students confront questions and problems both Transfer: UC, CSU
theoretical and practical about themselves and their relation to the PHILOS 51, POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 3 UNITS IGETC AREA 3A (Arts)
world. Philosophy courses rigorously examine the basic assumptions Transfer: UC, CSU • Prerequisite: None.
of every human endeavor — from seeking knowledge to deciding IGETC AREA Area 3B (Humanities) or Area 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
what is right or wrong — thereby enriching students’ understanding
This is a historical survey of the evolving nature of photogra-
• Prerequisite: None.
of what it means to be human and preparing them to think critically phy from the early 1800’s to the present digital age.
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
for a lifetime. Photography 52 is the same course as AHIS 52. Students may earn
In this inter-disciplinary course students examine funda- credit for one, but not both.
PHILOS 1, KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY 3 UNITS mental ideas about politics in the writings of major Western 1478 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Fier B
Transfer: UC, CSU philosophers from the ancient to the contemporary period, Above section 1478 is a Distance Education course conducted over
IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities) and use those ideas to consider and debate current political the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
• Prerequisite: None. issues.
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. Philosophy 51 is the same course as Political Science 51. Students
This course introduces students to the analysis of various
metaphysical and epistemological questions and problems
may earn credit for one, but not both.
1472 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 154 Oifer E R
Physics
in philosophy, typically including, the nature and limits of Above section 1472 is part of the Scholars Program and enroll- Physicists study matter, energy, and the relationships between them
knowledge, the existence of God, the Mind-Body Problem, ment is limited to program participants. See Special Programs and devise methods to apply laws and theories of physics to industry,
the Freedom vs. Determination debate, and the Absolutism section of class schedule or smc.edu/scholars for additional medicine, and other fields. Some career titles include acoustic physi-
information. cist, astrophysicist, engineer, satellite data analyst, and medical or
nuclear physicist.
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab Photography PHYSCS 6, GENERAL PHYSICS 1 WITH LAB 4 UNITS
Transfer: UC, CSU
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.”
The Photography program teaches the dynamics of visual commu- C-ID: PHYS 105.
Students with disability related access needs, refer to
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions. nication to illustrate ideas, record events, articulate stories, express IGETC AREA 5 (Physical Sciences, + LAB)
moods, sell products, and interpret a person’s character. Courses • Prerequisite: Math 2.
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Go to bookstore.smc.edu to access the online bookstore for details on books and materials (subject to change) for all course sections.
This course is an algebra-based study of classical mechanics, 1487 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 252 Schultz C K POL SC 51, POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 3 UNITS

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
including elastic properties of matter and thermodynamics. Above section 1487 is part of the Scholars Program and enroll- Transfer: UC, CSU
ment is limited to program participants. See Special Programs C-ID: POLS 120.
1481 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MTWTh SCI 106 Paik S T
section of class schedule or smc.edu/scholars for additional IGETC AREA 3B (Humanities) or AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
PHYSCS 8, CALCULUS-BASED GENERAL PHYSICS 1 information. • Prerequisite: None.
WITH LAB 4 UNITS 1488 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 151 Woods V • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
Transfer: UC, CSU 1489 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Tahvildaranjess R A In this inter-disciplinary course students examine funda-
IGETC AREA 5 (Physical Sciences, + LAB) Above section 1489 is a Distance Education course conducted over mental ideas about politics in the writings of major Western
• Prerequisite: Math 7. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. philosophers from the ancient to the contemporary period,
1490 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Tahvildaranjess R A and use those ideas to consider and debate current political
This course is a calculus-based study of the mechanics of sol-
Above section 1490 is a Distance Education course conducted over issues.
ids and liquids, elastic properties of matter, heat, and wave the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
motion. Political Science 51 is the same course as Philosophy 51. Students
1491 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gorgie F J
may earn credit for one, but not both.
4034 5:00p.m.-10:05p.m. MTWTh SCI 101 Kocharian A Above section 1491 is a Distance Education course conducted over
1501 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 154 Oifer E R
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
PHYSCS 14, INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS WITH LAB 4 UNITS 1492 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gorgie F J Above section 1501 is part of the Scholars Program and enroll-
Transfer: UC, CSU ment is limited to program participants. See Special Programs
Above section 1492 is a Distance Education course conducted over section of class schedule or smc.edu/scholars for additional
IGETC AREA 5 (Physical Science, + LAB) the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. information.
• Prerequisite: None. 1493 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Groper R P
Physics 14 is recommended for students who have not had high Above section 1493 is a Distance Education course conducted over POL SC 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN

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school physics but are planning to take Physics. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. POLITICAL SCIENCE 2 UNITS
This course is similar to Physics 12 in content, and difficulty 1494 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Groper R P Transfer: CSU
level, but with a laboratory session added to enhance the Above section 1494 is a Distance Education course conducted over Please see “Independent Studies” section.
learning experience. Physics 14 is designed for the student the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
1503 Arrange-6 Hours Schultz C K
who is interested in a more conceptual and less mathemati- 4035 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh HSS 151 Kurvink S J
cal approach to physics. It is a survey course introducing the POL SC 95, PUBLIC POLICY – EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING 1 UNITS
POL SC 2, COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT Transfer: CSU
topics of mechanics, heat, sound, electricity and magnetism, AND POLITICS 3 UNITS
light and modern physics. The emphasis will be on develop- • Skills Advisory: Political Science 31 and eligibility for English 1.
Transfer: UC, CSU
ing conceptual understanding of the laws of nature through C-ID: POLS 130. This course builds upon the content of Political Science 31,
hands-on experiences, laboratory experiments, and comput- IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences) Introduction to Public Policy, to provide the student with field
er interactions, in addition to lectures and demonstrations. • Prerequisite: None. experience in the discipline. This course addresses the theo-
Maximum credit for Physics 12 and 14 combined is 4 units. • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. retical underpinnings of democratic civic engagement and is
High school math recommended. This course surveys the scope and methods of comparative a practicum in public policy in a local setting. In this hands-
political analysis. It examines democratic, authoritarian, and on course, the student will engage in experiential learning
1483 8:00a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh SCI 122 Said A W
transitional political systems to illustrate the central theories through various governmental and nongovernmental agen-
PHYSCS 21, MECHANICS WITH LAB 5 UNITS and ideas in comparative politics. It compares the political cies which have a role in developing and/or implementing
Transfer: UC, CSU structures, processes, and cultures of countries at different public policy. The student will develop a reading list, custom-
C-ID: PHYS 205. levels of economic and social development in several world ized to the focus of his/her particular agency, and complete
IGETC AREA 5 (Physical Sciences, + Lab) regions (e.g. Central and Latin America, Africa, the Middle a minimum of 30 hours of volunteer work with that agency.
• Prerequisite: Math 7. East, Central, South and East Asia, and Western and Central The course exposes the student to organized, meaningful
Formerly Physics 1. Europe). public policy research and implementation in substantive
policy arenas and will be supervised in his/her off-campus
This course is a calculus-based study of the mechanics of rigid 1495 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Buckley A D
experiential learning project pertaining to the development
bodies, emphasizing Newton’s laws and its applications. This Above section 1495 is a Distance Education course conducted over
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
of public policy.
course includes an introduction to fluids. It is designed for This course is graded on a P/NP basis only.
1496 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Buckley A D
engineering, physical science, and computer science majors. 1504 11:00a.m.-12:30p.m. F HSS 154 Tahvildaranjess R A
Above section 1496 is a Distance Education course conducted over
1484 8:00a.m.-12:30p.m. MTWThF SCI 101 Henderson J M the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Arrange-4 Hours HSS 361 Staff
1485 12:30p.m.-6:30p.m. MTWTh SCI 106 Majlessi A Above section 1504 will meet on three Fridays: January 4 & 18,
POL SC 7, INTERNATIONAL POLITICS 3 UNITS and February 1, 2019.
Physiology Transfer: UC, CSU
C-ID: POLS 140.
Please see listing under “Biological Sciences.”
• Prerequisite: None.
IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences) Psychology
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. Psychologists study the behavior of individuals and groups and try to
Political Science This course examines the structure and operation of the
international system. Emphasis is placed on the nature and
help people achieve satisfactory personal adjustment. They work with
individuals, couples, families or groups. Some engage in teaching or
Political science is the academic discipline dedicated to the study of sources of conflict and cooperation and issues of war and research, while others work with people doing testing, counseling, or
peace among states in the international system. treatment in clinics, schools, and industries. Some additional career
power and justice. Political science has four well-defined subfields:
titles include developmental psychologist, industrial/organizational
political theory, international relations, comparative politics, and 1497 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Berman Dianne R psychologist, mental health coordinator, and community services
American politics. Courses focus on topics and pressing problems, Above section 1497 is a Distance Education course conducted over worker. See Counseling for courses in educational and vocational
among them war, law, local, state, and national politics, voting, mass the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. planning and personal awareness.
media, public opinion, poverty, human rights, race, gender, ideology, 1498 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Berman Dianne R
class, international organizations, revolutions, and failed states in all Above section 1498 is a Distance Education course conducted over PSYCH 1, GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 UNITS
parts of the world. Students in these courses learn to critically analyze the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Transfer: UC, CSU
not only the behavior of political actors, but also their respective C-ID: PSY 110.
political institutions and political systems. The main objectives are to POL SC 31, INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC POLICY 3 UNITS IGETC AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
enable students to use strong analytical skills and critical thinking in Transfer: UC, CSU • Prerequisite: None.
their analysis of theories, institutions, and processes. IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences) • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
• Prerequisite: None. This course is an introduction and general survey course in
POL SC 1, NATIONAL AND CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT 3 UNITS
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. psychology. This course grounds the student in the epistemol-
Transfer: UC, CSU
C-ID: POLS 110. This course is an introduction to public policy. The course ogy of psychology as a scientific discipline, research methods,
IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences) covers core topics in American public policy and focuses on and critical analysis of research findings. Substantive psy-
+ satisfies CSU Constitution and American Ideals graduation requirement institutions, policy actors, and major theoretical models. In chological content includes the biological bases of behavior,
• Prerequisite: None. addition, the course covers the nature and practice of policy perception, cognition and consciousness, learning, memory,
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. analysis in order to demonstrate how to employ evaluative emotion, motivation, development, personality, social psy-
criteria in substantive policy areas. chology, psychological disorders and therapeutic approaches,
This course surveys and analyzes the principles, institutions,
1499 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gabler C L and applied psychology.
policies, and politics of U.S. National and California State
Above section 1499 is a Distance Education course conducted over 1505 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh MC 5 Graham M D
Governments. Students will use course concepts to situate the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 1506 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 254 Guild L A
themselves as citizens and political agents. 1500 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gabler C L 1507 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 256 Sage R
1486 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 150 Monteiro N Above section 1500 is a Distance Education course conducted over 1508 10:15a.m.-12:30p.m. MTWTh MC 5 Chambers C
Theme: Women in Politics the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. 1509 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh HSS 256 Davis-King D T
35
Go to bookstore.smc.edu to access the online bookstore for details on books and materials (subject to change) for all course sections.
1510 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chin D • Advisory: Psychology 1. SOCIOL 1, INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 UNITS
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Above section 1510 is a Distance Education course conducted over From a psychological perspective, this course traces physical, Transfer: UC, CSU
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. emotional, social and intellectual development through- C-ID: SOCI 110.
1511 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Farwell L A out the lifespan from conception through aging and dying. IGETC AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
• Prerequisite: None.
Above section 1511 is a Distance Education course conducted over Special attention is paid to the interaction of biological, envi-
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
ronmental, and psychological factors on development. The
1512 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chin D way familial, cultural and socioeconomic influences impact This course introduces the study of society and human social
Above section 1512 is a Distance Education course conducted over the individual will receive special emphasis. Theories and interaction. Both macro and micro sociological theory are
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. research regarding physical, cognitive, personality, and social discussed, as well as methods of sociological inquiry, cultural
development are used as a foundation to understand lifespan development, the process of socialization, social structure,
PSYCH 2, PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 UNITS social stratification — particularly in the areas of social class,
Transfer: UC, CSU
issues, developmental problems, and practical implications at
each stage of development. race and ethnicity, and gender — and social change. Students
C-ID: PSY 150.
1516 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Druker S L are highly encouraged to complete Sociology 1 prior to enroll-
IGETC AREA 5 (Biological Sciences, non-lab)
• Prerequisite: Psychology 1. Above section 1516 is a Distance Education course conducted over ing in other sociology courses.
• Advisory: English 1. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. Students may earn credit for either Sociology 1 or 1S but not
both. Only Sociology 1S fulfills the Santa Monica College Global
This introductory course emphasizes the biological approach
Citizenship requirement.
and methods as tools for adding to our understanding of
human psychology and neuroscience. Information about the Respiratory Therapy 1520 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 151 Calderon-Zaks M A
1521 12:30p.m.-4:45p.m. TTh HSS 263 Klein M C
functioning of the human nervous system is used to provide
Enrollment in Respiratory Therapy classes, with the exception of Res 1522 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Dishman W H
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insight into mental, emotional, and behavioral processes. Th 1, requires admission to the program. Please call 310-434-3453 for
The role of biological factors underlying sensation, percep- Above section 1522 is a Distance Education course conducted over
additional information. the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
tion, motivation, learning, thinking, language processes, and
psychopathology is stressed. The course also notes historical 1523 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Livings G S
RES TH 29, NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC RESPIRATORY
scientific contributions and current research principles for THERAPY 4 UNITS Above section 1523 is a Distance Education course conducted over
studying brain-behavior relationships and mental processes. Transfer: CSU the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
Ethical standards for human and animal research are dis- • Prerequisite: Admission to the Respiratory Therapy program. 1524 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Livings G S
cussed in the context of both invasive and non-invasive This course presents prenatal development, high risk preg- Above section 1524 is a Distance Education course conducted over
experimental research. nancy and normal labor and delivery. Assessment of the new- the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
1513 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 205 Shirinyan D born and pediatric patient is taught. Neonatal and pediatric 1525 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gheytanchi E
1514 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 205 Shirinyan D diseases and disorders are described with an emphasis on the Above section 1525 is a Distance Education course conducted over
respiratory care interventions, techniques, and equipment the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.
PSYCH 11, CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 3 UNITS used in neonatal and pediatric patient care. 4037 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh HSS 152 Andrada A V
Transfer: UC, CSU
1518 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. TWTh BUNDY 321 Staff SOCIOL 4, SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS 3 UNITS
C-ID: CDEV 100.
IGETC AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences) Above section 1518 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Transfer: UC, CSU
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066.
• Prerequisite: None. IGETC AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. • Prerequisite: None.
This course will examine the major developmental milestones
for children, both typically and atypically developing, from
Science – General • Skills Advisory: Sociology 1 and eligibility for English 1.
This course introduces students to the fundamental prin-
conception through adolescence in the areas of physical,
psychosocial, and cognitive development. Emphasis will be
Studies ciples and methods of sociological research design and
implementation. Students examine the key varieties of evi-
on interactions between maturational and environmental For other science courses please see specific disciplines such as chem- dence — including qualitative and quantitative data, data-
factors within a culturally sensitive framework. While study- istry, anatomy, biology, etc. gathering and sampling methods, logic of comparison, and
ing developmental theory and investigative research meth- causal reasoning. The work of several scholars is evaluated
odologies, students will observe children, evaluate individual SCI 10, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF SCIENTIFIC
RESEARCH 2 UNITS and students create their own research project related to a
differences and analyze characteristics of development at sociological issue.
various stages. Transfer: UC, CSU
• Prerequisite: None.
1528 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 165 Williams Leon T K
1515 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh BUNDY 217 Matheson C C • Skills Advisory: Successful completion of a UC transferable science
Above section 1515 meets at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South class with lab and Mathematics 20 and eligibility for English 1. SOCIOL 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN SOCIOLOGY 2 UNITS
Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90066. This course explores the modern practice of science. The Transfer: CSU
1551 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MW BUNDY 217 Grace Y H course focuses on the use of the scientific method; the his- Please see “Independent Studies” section.
Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Grace Y H tory of science; how, why and where research is conducted;
Above section 1551 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet the ethical protocol in the scientific process; how peer review 1530 Arrange-6 Hours Schultz C K
and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles, works; and how to formulate scientifically testable hypoth-
CA 90066. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd.

PSYCH 14, ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 UNITS


eses and design/perform experiments to test the hypotheses.
Students will apply the scientific method in inquiry-based Spanish
Transfer: UC, CSU
laboratory projects and will communicate research design,
data collection, and data interpretation in conventional sci- Additional hours to be arranged in the Modern Language Lab for
IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences) Elementary Spanish.
• Prerequisite: None.
entific formats.
1519 1:30p.m.-5:30p.m. MW SCI 305 Ferede R Most sections require the use of a computer with Internet access for
• Advisory: Psychology 1.
1:30p.m.-5:30p.m. MW SCI 305 Liu C class resources and/or to complete assignments.
This course provides an introduction to biological, environ- 2:00p.m.-3:50p.m. TTh SCI 159 Staff
mental, social, and psychological determinants of psycho- Above section 1519 is part of the Science and Research Initiative SPAN 1, ELEMENTARY SPANISH I 5 UNITS
pathology and behavioral deviation. Historical and current SRI/STEM Program and enrollment will be temporarily limited Transfer: UC, CSU
theories of abnormal mental or behavioral functioning, their to program participants. See Special Programs section of class C-ID: SPAN 100.
implications for therapy, and community support systems are schedule for additional program information and for the time IGETC Foreign Language (required for UC only)
discussed. An integrative survey of theory and research in and date when the section will be opened for general enrollment. • Satisfies Global Citizenship
abnormal behavior, and intervention and prevention strate- • Prerequisite: None.
gies for psychological disorders are also introduced.
4036 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh HSS 254 O’Leary B A Sociology The Spanish 1 and Spanish 2 sequence is equivalent to Spanish
11. Students will receive credit for the sequence or Spanish 11,
but not both.
PSYCH 19, LIFESPAN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 3 UNITS Sociology is the study of social life. It seeks to understand all aspects This course, using the Natural Approach, introduces the stu-
Transfer: UC, CSU of human social behavior, including the behavior of individuals as
well as the social dynamics of small groups, large organizations, com-
dents to basic vocabulary and fundamental sentence struc-
IGETC AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
• Prerequisite: None. ture in the present and preterit tenses. Basic aural and read-
munities, institutions, and entire societies. Students of sociology study
a broad array of topics including social networks, gender roles and ing comprehension is developed and students hold simple
IMPORTANT! Many SMC classes require the use of a computer relationships, family structure and behavior, interpersonal relation- conversations and write short compositions about present
with Internet access to reach class resources and/or to complete ships and processes, urban development, historical societies, social and past actions. This course is taught in Spanish, except in
assignments and/or take exams. To locate a computer lab movements, gang violence, current immigration issues, race and eth- the case of linguistic difficulty as determined by the professor.
on campus, go to smc.edu/acadcomp and click on the “Labs” link.” nic relations, and crime and incarceration. Sociology looks for what
is universal as well as what varies across societies and groups and
Language lab is required.
Students with disability related access needs, refer to 1531 9:30a.m.-1:00p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 217 Trives T
page 6 for list of classrooms with access restrictions. courses explore social change and provide a lens into the complexity
of the causes and consequences of human behavior. Arrange-2 Hours DRSCHR 219
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Go to bookstore.smc.edu to access the online bookstore for details on books and materials (subject to change) for all course sections.
Speech TH ART 88A, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN THEATRE ARTS 1 UNIT 1543 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh BEACH Freeman D

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Transfer: CSU This class meets at the beach, at the end of Ocean Park Blvd.
Please see listing under “Communication Studies.” Please see “Independent Studies” section. This section is for student-athletes participating on the varsity
women’s intercollegiate sand volleyball team.
1537 Arrange-3 Hours Sawoski P
1544 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh TRACK Silva L
Theatre Arts TH ART 88B, INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN THEATER ARTS 2 UNITS
Transfer: CSU
This section is for student-athletes participating on the varsity
intercollegiate track and field team.
Pre-enrollment auditions are required for Theatre Arts production Please see “Independent Studies” section. 1545 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh GYM 100 Strong L M
classes (Th Art 45, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55 and 56). Theatre Arts majors This section is for student-athletes participating on the varsity
1538 Arrange-6 Hours Sawoski P
enroll in Theatre Arts 5. All sections require attendance of theatre women’s intercollegiate basketball team.
1539 Arrange-9 Hours Sawoski P
productions for which students must purchase tickets. 1546 2:45p.m.-4:50p.m. MTWTh GYM 100 Metichecchia J H
. This section is for student-athletes participating on the varsity
TH ART 2, INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE 3 UNITS
Transfer: UC, CSU Urban Studies men’s intercollegiate volleyball team.
1547 3:00p.m.-5:05p.m. MTWTh JA FIELD Sheeley S L
C-ID: THTR 111.
This section is for student-athletes participating on the varsity
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) Urban Studies is an interdisciplinary investigation of our dynamic women’s intercollegiate softball team.
• Prerequisite: None.
world of cities and their suburbs. From points of view ranging from
This course provides the student with a general knowledge the local to the global, students in this field examine cities as com- 4039 5:00p.m.-7:05p.m. MTWTh GYM 100 Thomas J L
of theatre and its influence on modern society. Historical plex social groupings of people and institutions, as well as cultural This section is for student-athletes participating on the Varsity
growth, basic vocabulary, skills, and crafts of theatre are landscapes of buildings, pathways, and public and private spaces. Men’s intercollegiate basketball team.
emphasized. Urban Studies is concerned with what cities are and have been, as

Wi nte r 2 0 1 9
well as with ever-changing ideas about what cities could and should
Students enrolled in this course are required to purchase tickets
for and attend SMC theatre productions.
be. Urban Studies prepares students for careers in fields such as urban
planning, architecture, public policy, and real-estate development,
Women’s, Gender and
1532 2:45p.m.-5:45p.m. TWTh TH ART 102 Harrop A M and it informs discussions of issues such as housing, transportation,
urban renewal, segregation, sustainability, and suburban sprawl.
Sexuality Studies
TH ART 5, HISTORY OF WORLD THEATRE 3 UNITS
Transfer: UC, CSU URBAN 8, INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES 3 UNITS Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies is an interdisciplinary field of
C-ID: THTR 113. Transfer: UC, CSU
inquiry analyzing structures of power, especially as they are grounded
IGETC AREA 3A (Arts) IGETC AREA 4 (Social and Behavioral Sciences)
in gender, race, sexuality, ethnicity, nationality, ability, and other
• Prerequisite: None. • Prerequisite: None. sources of inequalities. The students who enroll in these courses gain
• Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1. This course introduces students to the multi-disciplinary the opportunity to understand how social forces, organized around
This course covers the history of theatre and dramatic lit- study of urban society and space. Cities are examined both the central concept of gender, shape both themselves as individuals
erature with emphasis on the relationship of the theatre to and the world around them. Students have the opportunity to attain
as complex social-economic groupings of people, and as a fuller understanding of human behavior, culture, and society made
cultural development. material landscapes of buildings, pathways, and public and possible by investigating women’s lives, as well as the lives of other
Students enrolled in this course are required to purchase tickets private spaces. Attention is paid to what cities are and have marginalized groups, and acquaint themselves with the experience
for and attend SMC theatre productions. been (the evolving urban experience of the past and present) of subordinate genders of various economic, ethnic, and racial back-
1533 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh TH ART 102 Adair-Lynch T A as well as to ever-changing ideas about what cities should be grounds.
(urban planning and design for the future). While the overall
TH ART 18A, TECHNICAL THEATRE PRODUCTION perspective of the course is global, its primary focus is on the WOM ST 10, INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S STUDIES 3 UNITS
WORKSHOP 1 UNIT cities of North America and, in particular, the Los Angeles Transfer: UC, CSU
Transfer: UC, CSU metropolitan area. This emphasis is evident both in the class- IGETC AREA 4 (Social & Behavioral Sciences)
• Prerequisite: None.
C-ID: THTR 192. room and in field trips or other assignments that ask students • Satisfies Global Citizenship
to apply classroom ideas to our local urban setting. • Prerequisite: None.
This course is intended for students interested in actual train-
Urban Studies 8 is the same course as Geography 8. Students may • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
ing and experience, either in the various backstage areas
earn credit for one, but not both. Formerly Women’s Studies 10.
of technical support or by being involved as a member of
a production crew for a Santa Monica College Theatre Arts 1540 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Morris P S Introduction to the study of women and men in society,
Dept. production. Above section 1540 is a Distance Education course conducted over covering comparative issues of social, political, and economic
the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/OnlineEd. position in the workplace, family, cultural institutions; histori-
Students enrolled in this course are required to purchase tickets
for and attend SMC theatre productions. cal basis of women’s subordination; the female experience;
the male experience; relations between women and men;
1534 Arrange-9 Hours Anzelc L L
Above section 1534 will hold its first meeting on January 2 at Varsity Intercollegiate intersections of ethnicity/race, class and gender; violence
11:00a.m. and 4:00p.m. in the Scene Shop, Theatre Arts 130.
Students must attend one of these meetings. Athletics against women; cultural images of women and men; social
roles of women and men and movements for social change.
1548 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 155 Manoff R J
TH ART 41, ACTING I 3 UNITS Athletic courses provide an opportunity for inter-conference, invita- 1549 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 154 Staff
Transfer: UC, CSU tional, sectional or state involvement at a high level of mental and
Above section 1549 is part of the Scholars Program and enroll-
C-ID: THTR 151. physical competition. Athletic excellence is stressed throughout. One
• Prerequisite: None. ment is limited to program participants. See Special Programs
repeat of each varsity sport is allowed. Maximum credit for UC trans-
section of class schedule or smc.edu/scholars for additional
This course introduces the beginning student to the art of fer for any or all of these courses combined is four units.
information.
stage acting. The major emphasis is on actor development
and growth through character portrayal, scene performance, VAR PE 11B, OFF-SEASON INTERCOLLEGIATE
WOM ST 30, WOMEN AND POPULAR CULTURE 3 UNITS
STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING 1 UNIT
and written work. Transfer: UC, CSU
Transfer: UC, CSU
Students enrolled in this course are required to purchase tickets • Prerequisite: None. • Satisfies Global Citizenship
for and attend SMC theatre productions. Students will be instructed in sport specific strength and con- • Prerequisite: None.
1535 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh TH ART 101 Adair-Lynch T A ditioning protocols related to improving muscular strength, • Skills Advisory: Eligibility for English 1.
4038 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh TH ART 101 Harrop A M power, agility, and speed. This off-season physical prepara- Utilizing feminist theories and feminist analysis, this course
tion course is recommended for those students that plan on examines the relationship between women and popular
TH ART 56, ADVANCED AUDITION WORKSHOP 4 UNITS participating on the intercollegiate varsity team. culture. Students will examine historical and contemporary
Transfer: CSU
• Prerequisite: Pre-enrollment audition required. 1541 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh GYM 2 Mosich N W images and roles of women in popular culture (including
On-site exploration and application of progressive audition This section is for student-athletes participating on the varsity print, film, television, music, advertising, and consumer-
techniques for students hoping to advance to higher levels intercollegiate athletics. ism) and situate these images and roles within changing
of education and performance goals. Students will prepare socio-historical, political, and economic contexts. This course
VAR PE 60, CONDITIONING FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE utilizes the lens of feminist theories to critically analyze how
audition material and learn about the processes of audition- SPORT 1 UNIT
ing at the more advanced levels of theatre and the education popular culture constructs gender and how these construc-
Transfer: UC, CSU
system. Many will proceed to audition for prestigious schools • Prerequisite: None. tions become cultural norms and values. The intersection
and contests. This conditioning course provides a consistent laboratory of gender, race, class, and sexual orientation is examined
Students enrolled in this course are required to purchase tickets for sport specific training and conditioning related to inter- throughout the course and the relationship between popular
for and attend SMC theatre productions. collegiate athletics participation. Emphasis is on individual culture and feminist movements is emphasized.
1536 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh TH ART STUDIO Sawoski P and team activities that contribute to advancement in their 1550 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 155 Sharif R A
12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh TH ART STUDIO Sawoski P designated sport.
Above section 1536 requires a pre-enrollment audition. For
auditoin information, see smc.edu/theatreauditions. Do not enroll
1542 5:45a.m.-7:50a.m. MWThF POOL Eskridge B M
This section is for student-athletes participating on the varsity
Zoology
in this section before auditioning. intercollegiate swimming and diving team. Please see listing under “Biological Sciences.”
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Go to bookstore.smc.edu to access the online bookstore for details on books and materials (subject to change) for all course sections.
COUNS 12, CAREER PLANNING • 1 unit; CSU

PLANNING GUIDE
1143 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Fox M P

COUNS 20, STUDENT SUCCESS SEMINAR • 3 units; UC, CSU


1151 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Vallejo O
1152 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Valentine D
1153 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Felix J
1154 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Felix J

CS 3, INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SYSTEMS • 3 units; UC*,


CSU
Online Classes BIOL 3, FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOLOGY • 4 units; UC*, CSU
4005 6:30p.m.-9:50p.m. MTTh SCI 225 Chen T T 1160 Arrange-9 Hours
1161 Arrange-9 Hours
ONLINE
ONLINE
Eshaghian M M
Eshaghian M M
Arrange-7.5 Hours ONLINE Chen T T
SMC Online classes are distance education cours- Above section 4005 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online CS 7, PROGRAMMING FOR NON-COMPUTER SCIENCE MAJORS
es conducted over the Internet. Some courses are via the Internet. • 3 units; CSU
hybrid classes which also require students to attend a BIOL 9, ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY • 3 units; UC, CSU 1162 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Seno V T
portion of their class on the SMC campus. Students 1055 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Sakurai D S
CS 15, VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING • 3 units; UC, CSU
are responsible for their own Internet access and 1056 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE McLaughlin D
1163 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Bolandhemat F
computer resources. For additional information, go to BIOL 15N, MARINE BIOLOGY (NON-LABORATORY) • 3 units;
smc.edu/OnlineEd. UC*, CSU CS 50, C PROGRAMMING • 3 units; UC, CSU
1058 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Wall C B 1164 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Dehkhoda A
ACCTG 1, INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING • 1165 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Darwiche J
BUS 1, INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS • 3 units; UC, CSU
5 units; UC, CSU 1063 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Veas S CS 52, C++ PROGRAMMING • 3 units; UC, CSU
1003 9:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MTW BUS 263 Brookins G T 1064 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Veas S 1166 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rattanasook H
Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Brookins G T 1065 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Sedky S M
Above section 1003 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online 1066 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Sedky S M CS 55, JAVA PROGRAMMING • 3 units; UC, CSU
via the Internet. 1067 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Everett K M 1167 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Dehkhoda A

ACCTG 9, ACCOUNTING ETHICS • 3 units; CSU BUS 5, BUSINESS LAW AND THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT • CS 80, INTERNET PROGRAMMING • 3 units; CSU
1005 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Kim J S 3 units; UC*, CSU 1168 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Geddes Jr J K
1006 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff 1070 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Khalil N
1071 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Nasser D M CS 81, JAVASCRIPT PROGRAMMING • 3 units; CSU
1007 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
1072 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Nasser D M 1169 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Seno V T
ACCTG 10A, INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING A • 3 units; CSU 1073 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
CS 87A, PYTHON PROGRAMMING • 3 units; UC, CSU
1008 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lu M BUS 20, PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING • 3 units; CSU 1170 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Darwiche J
1074 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Nalepa L L
ACCTG 10B, INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING B • 3 units; CSU
DANCE 2, DANCE IN AMERICAN CULTURE • 3 units; UC, CSU
1009 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lu M BUS 28, MARKETING PROMOTION • 3 units; CSU 1173 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Van Wormer V M
1075 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Coplen J S
ACCTG 12, AUDITING • 3 units; CSU ECE 2, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF TEACHING YOUNG
1010 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Steinberger E K BUS 32, BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS • 3 units; CSU CHILDREN • 3 units; CSU
1076 8:00a.m.-10:15a.m. TTh BUS 252 Rockwell C
1184 10:15a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh BUNDY 328 Elam E J
ACCTG 21, BUSINESS BOOKKEEPING • 3 units; CSU Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Rockwell C
Arrange-5 Hours ONLINE Elam E J
1011 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Resnick W J Above section 1076 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online
via the Internet. For additional information, go to smc.edu/ Above section 1184 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet
ACCTG 22, ADVANCED BOOKKEEPING • 3 units; CSU OnlineEd. and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles,
1012 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rubio C CA 90066.
1077 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Soucy S H

ACCTG 45, INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL PLANNING • 3 units; CSU BUS 45, INDIVIDUAL FINANCIAL PLANNING • 3 units; CSU ECE 4, LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE FOR THE YOUNG CHILD •
3 units; CSU
1013 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Resnick W J 1078 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Resnick W J
1185 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Lopez Je
AHIS 1, WESTERN ART HISTORY I • 3 units; UC, CSU BUS 46, INTRODUCTION TO INVESTMENTS • 3 units; CSU 6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. MW BUNDY 339 Lopez Je
1015 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Simmons B B 1079 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Shishido K M Above section 1185 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet
and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles,
AHIS 2, WESTERN ART HISTORY II • 3 units; UC, CSU BUS 62, HUMAN RELATIONS AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS CA 90066.
• 3 units; CSU
1016 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Meyer W J
1080 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Babcock L G ECE 5, MATH AND SCIENCE FOR THE YOUNG CHILD • 3 units;
1017 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Meyer W J CSU
BUS 65, MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES • 3 units; CSU 4010 6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. TTh BUNDY 339 Andrews T D
AHIS 3, WESTERN ART HISTORY III • 3 units; UC, CSU 1081 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rockwell C Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Andrews T D
1018 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chandler M M
BUS 82, SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT • 3 units; CSU Above section 4010 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet
AHIS 11, ART APPRECIATION: INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL 1082 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Everett K M and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles,
VISUAL CULTURE • 3 units; UC, CSU CA 90066.
1021 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Meyer W J CIS 1, INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
• 3 units; UC*, CSU ECE 19, TEACHING IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY • 3 units; CSU
AHIS 17, ARTS OF ASIA - PREHISTORY TO 1900 • 3 units; UC, 1100 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Canada S A 1188 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. TTh BUNDY 339 Backlar N P
CSU Above section 1100 Google Apps (Docs and Sheets) as well as Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Backlar N P
1022 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lee O code.org Above section 1188 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet
and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles,
AHIS 52, HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY • 3 units; UC, CSU CIS 4, BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS CA 90066.
1023 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Fier B • 3 units; UC*, CSU
1101 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rothaupt B L ECE 30, STRATEGIES FOR WORKING WITH CHALLENGING
AHIS 72, AMERICAN ART HISTORY • 3 units; UC, CSU 1102 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rothaupt B L BEHAVIORS • 3 units; CSU
1024 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff 1189 Arrange-3 Hours ONLINE Harrison T J
CIS 30, MICROSOFT EXCEL • 3 units; CSU 6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. MW BUNDY 321 Harrison T J
ASTRON 1, STELLAR ASTRONOMY • 3 units; UC*, CSU 1103 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Bolandhemat F Above section 1189 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet
1041 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Balm S P and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles,
CIS 60A, PHOTOSHOP I • 3 units; CSU
1042 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Balm S P CA 90066.
1104 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Valdivia O
ASTRON 2, PLANETARY ASTRONOMY • 3 units; UC*, CSU ECE 45, INTRODUCTION TO CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS •
COM ST 11, ELEMENTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING • 3 units; UC, CSU
1044 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Schwartz M J 3 units; CSU
1117 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Andrade L M
1045 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Schwartz M J 1190 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. TTh BUNDY 328 Elam E J
COM ST 35, INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION • 3 units; UC, Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Elam E J
BIOL 2, HUMAN BIOLOGY • 3 units; UC, CSU CSU Above section 1190 is a hybrid class taught online via the Internet
1049 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Johnson Ja J 1124 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Brown N A and at the Bundy Campus, 3171 South Bundy Drive, Los Angeles,
1050 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Johnson Ja J 1125 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Broccard D CA 90066.
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See full class listing for section details.
ECON 1, PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS • 3 units; UC, CSU HIST 11, UNITED STATES HISTORY THROUGH RECONSTRUCTION 1446 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff

PL A N N IN G G U ID E A N D SPEC IA L PR OG R A M S
1194 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Garcia C P • 3 units; UC, CSU For additional information, please go to smc.edu/OnlineMusic.
1195 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Garcia C P 1329 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Vanbenschoten W D This course requires the purchase of an access code for
1196 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Brown B C “OnMusic Appreciation” from Connect4education at http://
1197 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Brown B C HIST 12, THE UNITED STATES HISTORY SINCE www.connect4education.com or from the SMC Bookstore at
1198 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Su B C RECONSTRUCTION • 3 units; UC, CSU the front counter. After SMC enrollment, all access to the class
1331 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lynch S H depends upon registration of the access code at http://www.
1199 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Su B C
1332 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Mcmillen R connect4education.com
1200 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
1447 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
1201 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
HIST 33, WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I • 3 units; UC, CSU For additional information, please go to smc.edu/OnlineMusic.
ECON 2, PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS • 3 units; UC, CSU 1333 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Yeganehshakib R This course requires the purchase of an access code for
1204 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chan A K-C “OnMusic Appreciation” from Connect4education at http://
INTARC 28A, VISUAL STUDIES 1 • 3 units; UC, CSU www.connect4education.com or from the SMC Bookstore at
1205 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chan A K-C the front counter. After SMC enrollment, all access to the class
1206 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Keskinel M 1334 9:00a.m.-1:00p.m. MW CMD 122 Jacobs R E
Arrange-10 Hours ONLINE Jacobs R E depends upon registration of the access code at http://www.
1207 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Keskinel M connect4education.com
1208 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff Above section 1334 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online
1209 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff via the Internet. NUTR 1, INTRODUCTION TO NUTRITION SCIENCE • 3 units; UC,
CSU
ENGL 1, READING AND COMPOSITION 1 • 3 units; UC, CSU INTARC 29, COMPUTER SKILLS FOR INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL 1457 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gonzalez C L
1233 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Reichle R E DESIGN • 3 units; CSU 1458 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gonzalez C L
1234 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Hassman T 1335 9:00a.m.-1:20p.m. Th CMD 208 Rabkin B L 1459 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Ortega Y
1235 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Aghabegian Diana E Arrange-4 Hours ONLINE Rabkin B L 1460 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Ortega Y
Above section 1335 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online 1461 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
ENGL 2, CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND INTERMEDIATE via the Internet.
COMPOSITION • 3 units; UC, CSU OFTECH 1, KEYBOARDING I • 3 units; CSU
1259 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Lynch J J 1462 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Reed A M
INTARC 30, PRINCIPLES OF INTERIOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
1260 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gustin M J • 3 units; CSU PHILOS 1, KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY • 3 units; UC, CSU
1261 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Vishwanadha H 1336 9:00a.m.-1:20p.m. Th CMD 272 Staff 1464 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Bennet S E
1262 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Adams J J Arrange-4.5 Hours ONLINE Staff 1465 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Bennet S E
ENGL 10, ETHNIC LITERATURE OF THE U.S. • 3 units; UC, CSU Above section 1336 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online 1466 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Ortega G R
1264 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Remmes J via the Internet. 1467 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Ortega G R

INTARC 35, 2D DIGITAL DRAFTING • 3 units; CSU PHOTO 52, HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY • 3 units; UC, CSU
ENGL 41, INTRODUCTION TO ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE •
1478 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Fier B

Winter 2019
3 UNITS 1337 9:00a.m.-1:00p.m. MW CMD 208 Staff
1273 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Vishwanadha H Arrange-10 Hours ONLINE Staff POL SC 1, NATIONAL AND CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT •
Above section 1337 is a hybrid class taught on campus and online 3 units; UC, CSU
ENGL 61, INTRODUCTION TO THE FAIRY TALE • 3 units; UC, via the Internet. 1489 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Tahvildaranjess R A
CSU
1490 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Tahvildaranjess R A
1274 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Cramer T R JOURN 1, THE NEWS • 3 units; UC, CSU 1491 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gorgie F J
Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Del George D K 1340 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Rubin S M 1492 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gorgie F J
1341 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Obsatz S B 1493 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Groper R P
ET 3, PRINCIPLES OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT • 3 units; CSU
1494 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Groper R P
1288 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gast M W LING 1, INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS • 3 units; UC, CSU
1374 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff POL SC 2, COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS •
ET 11, COMPUTER SKILLS FOR DIGITAL MEDIA • 3 units; CSU 3 units; UC, CSU
1289 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Abode Jr P J 1495 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Buckley A D
MATH 54, ELEMENTARY STATISTICS • 4 units; UC, CSU
Arrange-6 Hours 1496 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Buckley A D
1423 Arrange-10 Hours ONLINE Jahangard E
ET 61, HISTORY OF ANIMATION • 3 units; CSU 6:00p.m.-8:00p.m. T DRSCHR 204 Jahangard E POL SC 7, INTERNATIONAL POLITICS • 3 units; UC, CSU
1291 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Poirier N P 6:00p.m.-9:00p.m. Th DRSCHR 204 Jahangard E 1497 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Berman Dianne R
Above section 1423 is a hybrid class taught on campus and 1498 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Berman Dianne R
ET 72, CAREER DEVELOPMENT • 2 units; CSU online via the Internet. Above section 1423 meets on campus on
1292 Arrange-6 Hours ONLINE Nagel J G 4 Tuesdays and 2 Thursdays: January 3, 15, 22, 29, and February POL SC 31, INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC POLICY • 3 units; UC,
2 and 7 2018 and requires that students have Internet access to CSU
FILM 1, FILM APPRECIATION: INTRODUCTION TO CINEMA • prepare for the class and complete assignments. 1499 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gabler C L
3 units; UC, CSU 1500 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gabler C L
1300 Arrange-12 Hours ONLINE Sprague T MEDIA 1, SURVEY OF MASS MEDIA COMMUNICATIONS •
1301 Arrange-12 Hours ONLINE Matthews M N 3 units; UC, CSU PSYCH 1, GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY • 3 units; UC, CSU
1510 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chin D
1432 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Shaw R D
GEOG 3, WEATHER AND CLIMATE • 3 units; UC, CSU 1511 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Farwell L A
1307 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Kranz J 1433 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Movius L 1512 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chin D
1434 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Movius L
GEOG 8, INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES • 3 units; UC, CSU 1435 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Chicas H K PSYCH 19, LIFESPAN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT • 3 units; UC, CSU
1309 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Morris P S 1516 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Druker S L
MEDIA 10, MEDIA, GENDER, AND RACE • 3 units; UC*; CSU 1517 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
GR DES 34, PUBLICATION AND PAGE DESIGN I • 3 units; CSU 1437 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Gougis M J
1313 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Mazzara E 1438 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Klein K R SOCIOL 1, INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY • 3 units; UC, CSU
1439 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Raz J G 1522 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
GR DES 61, USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN 1 • 3 units; CSU 1523 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Livings G S
1314 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Anvari S S MUSIC 32, APPRECIATION OF MUSIC • 3 units; UC, CSU 1524 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Livings G S
1444 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Driscoll B S 1525 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
GR DES 65, WEB DESIGN 1 • 2 units; CSU 1526 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
For additional information, please go to smc.edu/OnlineMusic.
1316 Arrange-12 Hours ONLINE Triviza A 1527 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff
This course requires the purchase of an access code for
GR DES 75, MOBILE DESIGN 1 • 3 units; CSU “OnMusic Appreciation” from Connect4education at http:// URBAN 8, INTRODUCTION TO URBAN STUDIES • 3 units; UC,
1317 Arrange-15 Hours ONLINE Anvari S S www.connect4education.com or from the SMC Bookstore at CSU
the front counter. After SMC enrollment, all access to the class 1540 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Morris P S
HEALTH 10, FUNDAMENTALS OF HEALTHFUL LIVING • 3 units; depends upon registration of the access code at http://www.
UC, CSU connect4education.com * (meets UC Berkeley American Cultures graduation
1319 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Hank M E 1445 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Goodman D B requirement)

HIST 1, HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I • 3 units; UC, For additional information, please go to smc.edu/OnlineMusic.
CSU This course requires the purchase of an access code for
1321 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Byrne D “OnMusic Appreciation” from Connect4education at http://
www.connect4education.com or from the SMC Bookstore at
HIST 2, HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION II • 3 units; UC, the front counter. After SMC enrollment, all access to the class
CSU depends upon registration of the access code at http://www.
1323 Arrange-9 Hours ONLINE Staff connect4education.com
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Black Collegians
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
PL A N N IN G G U ID E A N D SPEC IA L PR OG R A M S

Program
The Santa Monica College Black Collegians is an aca-
demic-transfer program that promotes academic excel-
lence and guides students through the transfer process.
Students are assisted in examining their options for
transfer and in completing an educational plan which
will lead to transferring to the institution of their choice.
Dual Enrollment Veterans’ Resource Since 1990, nearly four hundred SMC Black Collegians

Program Center have transferred to four-year colleges and universi-


ties. They are currently attending or have graduated
from institutions such as Spelman College, Howard
The Santa Monica College Dual Enrollment program The Veterans’ Resource Center at Santa Monica College University, CSU Long Beach, USC, Stanford, UCLA, and
offers college classes at local high school sites. These serves military veterans entering college for the first the University of California, Berkeley.
classes are open to all SMC students. time or returning to college to further their education.
The Center acts as a liaison between SMC students Some of the special benefits that students receive from
For more information about the program, please the Black Collegians Program include: a personal coun-
visit the Dual Enrollment website (smc.edu/ and the Veterans Administration, verifying enrollment
for veterans and their dependents who claim ben- selor who will support and guide students throughout
highschoolprograms). their stay at SMC; a special “College Success” course
efits under the G.I. Bill or the Veterans’ Vocational
Rehabilitation Program. We can also assist veterans that will help students strengthen skills to enhance
with referrals to various veteran-serving programs in academic success; innovative academic and personal
First Year Experience the Los Angeles area. For more information, visit our
website at smc.edu/veterans, stop by the VRC office
growth forums; a mentor who will advise and direct;
access to a network of supportive peers, teachers and
Program located in the Liberal Arts building, Room 135, or call us staff members; scholastic recognition and monetary
awards.
at 310-434-8205.
The First Year Experience (FYE) program, offered Students who feel they can benefit from the opportuni-
through SMC’s Welcome Center, helps you make a ties offered by the Black Collegians Program are encour-
smooth transition from high school to college, sort out aged to apply in the Transfer/Counseling or the African
Winter 2019

your career and education goals, and create a plan of


action to reach those goals.
Disabled Student American Collegian Centers. For additional information,
contact Counselor Sherri Bradford, 310-434-3635.
FYE will familiarize you with the SMC campus and Programs and
its wide variety of student resources and programs
(including Summer Bridge), and introduce you to a sup-
Services Latino Center /
port network of students, faculty, and staff.
Other FYE benefits during your first year at SMC
Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) is
designed to assist students with disabilities, so they
Adelante Program
include: may have equal access to all programs and activities on The Latino Center Adelante Program is a success-
• Academic advising and options for a faster path to campus. Our primary goal is to encourage and promote oriented program focusing on academic achievement,
transfer; independence in students so they may achieve their transfer, cultural awareness, and personal growth.
• Enrollment assistance; full potential. We strive to provide the highest quality Adelante classes are offered each semester and empha-
programs and services to our students with disabilities. size verbal, written, and critical thinking skills essential
• Guaranteed enrollment in English and math classes;
To join our program, make an appointment to see a to college success. The classes accentuate the Latino
• Early registration for other classes; experience within the context of a course’s subject, and
DSPS counselor, call us at 310-434-4265 or to reach a
• Free tutoring and other support to help you improve Learning Disabilities (LD) specialist call 310-434-4684. most classes offer credits that are transferable to the
your math, reading, writing, and study skills; and UC and CSU systems.
• Meeting with counselors on a regular basis to follow Students who join Adelante:
up with college and career plans. • Receive priority for enrolling in Adelante classes;
To find out more about the First Year Experience
• Participate in classes with a large Latino enrollment;
program, stop by the Welcome Center or visit the FYE
website (smc.edu/FYE). Please note that space is lim- • Join a network of Latino students and faculty;
ited and students will be accepted into the FYE program • Become eligible for specially designated Latino
on a first-come, first-served basis. Center scholarships; and
• Take classes with professors who have a special
interest in promoting Latino student success.

EOPS Program The Adelante Program helps participants stay on track


as they work toward meeting their educational goals.
The support network offered by Adelante includes one-
EOPS supports the enrollment, retention, graduation,
on-one bilingual counseling, peer mentoring, and the
and transfer of Santa Monica College students who
opportunity to develop supportive relationships with
are challenged by economic and educational disadvan-
students, faculty, and staff.
tages. Our services include counseling, priority registra-
tion, tutoring, financial assistance, workshops, and free For more information about the Adelante Program,
school supplies. For more information, visit our website please contact counselor Maria Martinez, or visit the
at smc.edu/eops, stop by the EOPS office located in Latino Center located in Counseling Complex next to
the Student Services Complex, Room 104, or call us at Counseling. You may also visit the Latino Center web-
310-434-4268. page (smc.edu/latino).

Santa Monica College provides access to its services, classes, and


programs without regard to race, religious creed, color, national
origin, ancestry, handicap, or gender. All students are eligible to
apply for special programs. Please see program coordinator or
attend orientation for additional information.

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Scholars Program requirements in the following areas:
Global Citizenship

PL A N N IN G G U ID E A N D SPEC IA L PR OG R A M S
• English Composition and Critical Thinking
The Scholars Program at Santa Monica College is • Life Science Degree Requirement
a highly demanding, enriched educational program • Mathematics
that prepares students with outstanding scholastic A student meeting the Global Citizenship degree
• Physical Science requirement will develop an awareness of the diversity
achievements for transfer to a four-year college or
• Social Science of cultures within the United States and/or an apprecia-
university. Students completing the Scholars Program
are recognized as well-prepared and are guaranteed For further information, please call Teresa Garcia in the tion for the interconnectedness of cultural, ecological,
priority consideration at the junior level in most majors Scholars Program Office at 310-434-4371. economic, political, social and technological systems
at: of the contemporary world. This prepares the student
Note: Scholars students will receive Scholars credit for to make a responsible contribution to a rapidly chang-
• University of California, Los Angeles, any section of Biology 21 or 23. ing global society. The student must take a minimum
• University of California, Santa Cruz, of three units in one of the following areas: American
• University of California, Irvine, ECON 1, PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS • 3 units; UC, CSU Cultures, Ecological Literacy, Global Studies, Service
• California State University, Northridge, 1191 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 156 Lee Sam Learning, or a Santa Monica College Study Abroad
• Loyola-Marymount University, ECON 2, PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS • 3 units; UC, CSU Experience.
• Occidental College, 1203 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 156 Lee Sam
AHIS 11, ART APPRECIATION: INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL
• Pomona College, and ENGL 2, CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND INTERMEDIATE VISUAL CULTURE • 3 units; UC, CSU
COMPOSITION • 3 units; UC, CSU 1020 8:00a.m.-12:00p.m. MW A 214 Lee O
• Chapman College. 1021 Arrange-9Hours ONLINE Meyer W J
1246 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 202 Engelmann D S
Scholars Program students receive a number of benefits
including: MATH 54, ELEMENTARY STATISTICS • 4 units; UC, CSU AHIS 72, AMERICAN ART HISTORY • 3 units; UC, CSU
1418 8:00a.m.-11:00a.m. MTWTh MC 74 McGraw C K 1024 Arrange-9Hours ONLINE Staff
• Priority registration at Santa Monica College;
• A special Scholars counselor and Scholars tutor PHILOS 51, POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY • 3 units; UC, CSU ANTHRO 2, CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY • 3 units; UC, CSU
1472 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 154 Oifer E R 1032 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 205 Denman J F
to help during their semesters at Santa Monica 1033 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 205 Minzenberg E G
College; POL SC 1, NATIONAL AND CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT •
• Special Scholars Classes limited to 25 students; 3 units; UC, CSU BIOL 9, ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY • 3 units; UC, CSU
1487 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 252 Schultz C K 1054 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. TTh SCI 145 Jordan E A
• Workshops and other assistance in registration, 1055 Arrange-9Hours ONLINE Sakurai D S
financial aid, and housing at their transfer POL SC 51, POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY • 3 units; UC, CSU

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1056 Arrange-9Hours ONLINE Mclaughlin D
institutions; and 1501 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 154 Oifer E R
CHEM 9, EVERYDAY CHEMISTRY • 5 units; UC*, CSU
• Special invitations to a variety of programs at Santa WOM ST 10, INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S STUDIES • 3 units; 1083 1:15p.m.-6:20p.m. MW SCI 157 Mejia Leiva C N
Monica College and the participating universities. UC, CSU 1:15p.m.-6:20p.m. TTh SCI 305 Mejia Leiva C N
1549 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 154 Staff
To be eligible for the Scholars Program, students must
DANCE 2, DANCE IN AMERICAN CULTURE • 3 units; UC, CSU
first apply through the Scholars Program Office and * (meets UC Berkeley American Cultures graduation 1173 Arrange-9Hours ONLINE Van Wormer V M
meet the following requirements: requirement)
Freshmen: ECE 11, CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY • 3 units; UC, CSU
1186 8:00a.m.-12:15p.m. MW BUNDY 328 Backlar N P
• Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA in high school,
• Must be eligible to take English 1, and ECE 19, TEACHING IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY • 3 units; CSU
• Must write an essay to be evaluated by the Scholars SRI/STEM Program 1188 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. TTh
Arrange-4.5Hours
BUNDY 339 Backlar N P
ONLINE Backlar N P
Program Coordinator and the Scholars Counselor. The Science Research Initiative (SRI) is an academic ENGL 10, ETHNIC LITERATURE OF THE U.S. • 3 units; UC, CSU
Continuing Students: support program designed to assist students inter- 1264 Arrange-9Hours ONLINE Remmes J
• Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA in at least 12 units ested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering,
of UC/CSU transferable courses and or Mathematics majors/careers. The SRI program will FRENCH 1, ELEMENTARY FRENCH I • 5 units; UC, CSU
1305 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF DRSCHR 222 Staff
• Must have an A or B in English 21 or English 1 at help program participants successfully complete their Arrange-2Hours DRSCHR 219
SMC. studies at SMC, transfer to ANY baccalaureate program,
Once accepted into the program, students are and/or enter the STEM workforce. HIST 10, ETHNICITY AND AMERICAN CULTURE • 3 units; UC*,
CSU
required to: SRI/STEM designated classes are intended to assist SRI 1324 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh HSS 105 Wilkinson Jr E C
• Maintain a minimum overall grade point average participants identify sections that will fulfill program 1325 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh HSS 104 Cruz J S
(GPA) of 3.0, requirements (i.e. Supplemental Instruction) and con- 1326 12:30p.m.-2:35p.m. MTWTh HSS 104 Myers B E
nect them with SRI/STEM program faculty.
• Complete special Scholars Program courses, and JAPAN 1, ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I • 5 units; UC, CSU
SRI/STEM sections do not require any additional course 1339 10:15a.m.-1:05p.m. MTWThF MC 2 Staff
• Complete all pre-major and general education
work or special add codes. They are open to ALL SMC Arrange-2Hours DRSCHR 219
requirements set by their transfer i­nstitution.
students who meet the existing course prerequisites.
The special Scholars Program courses are rigorous, LING 1, INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS • 3 units; UC, CSU
Section Enrollment temporarily limited to program 1373 10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. MTWTh MC 16 Harclerode J E
university-level sections that satisfy general education
participants: Arrange-10Hours S AFRICA Harclerode J E
10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. MTWTh MC 16 Harclerode J E
SCI 10, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH •
2 units; UC, CSU MEDIA 10, MEDIA, GENDER, AND RACE • 3 units; UC*, CSU
1519 1:30p.m.-5:30p.m. MW SCI 305 Ferede R 1436 10:15a.m.-12:20p.m. MTWTh CMD 203 Raz J G
1:30p.m.-5:30p.m. MW SCI 305 Liu C 1437 Arrange-9Hours ONLINE Gougis M J
2:00p.m.-3:50p.m. TTh SCI 159 Staff 1438 Arrange-9Hours ONLINE Klein K R
1439 Arrange-9Hours ONLINE Raz J G

MUSIC 33, JAZZ IN AMERICAN CULTURE • 3 units; UC*, CSU


1448 8:00a.m.-10:05a.m. MTWTh PAC 114 Fiddmont F K

MUSIC 36, HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC • 3 units; UC, CSU


4029 6:30p.m.-9:30p.m. TWTh HSS 106 Cheesman J M

SPAN 1, ELEMENTARY SPANISH I • 5 units; UC, CSU


1531 9:30a.m.-1:00p.m. MTWTh DRSCHR 217 Trives T
Arrange-2Hours DRSCHR 219

* (meets UC Berkeley American Cultures graduation


requirement)
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Study Abroad Internship Program Promo Pathway
PL A N N IN G G U ID E A N D SPEC IA L PR OG R A M S

Studying abroad is an enriching, life-changing experi- An internship is an off-campus or on-campus work Program
ence! There is no substitute for the experience of living experience that is designed to enhance student learn-
in another culture and learning—first-hand—how oth- ing in the classroom. Through internships, students The Promo Pathway is an innovative partnership
ers think, live, and work. achieve “Learning Objectives” designed to help expand between Santa Monica College and the industry trade
career options, learn about the ‘work culture,’ and organization PromaxBDA, formed to increase diver-
Santa Monica College offers faculty-led Study Abroad
develop new job skills. sity in the entertainment promotions workforce. The
programs designed to take students to another country
program provides students with the knowledge, skills,
and immerse them in an exciting and engaging learning Students interested in becoming interns can
and professional relationships necessary for entry level
program. Each program gives students the opportunity go to smc.edu/internship to find out how to
employment in the Digital Media Industry. Students
to earn SMC credit as they expand their own intercul- get involved in SMC’s Internship Program, and to
prepare for careers as writer/producer/editors of on-
tural awareness and foster a more global experience. smc.edu/jobs4u to find out about the many kinds of
air promotions, commercial advertisements and public
Students who successfully complete a minimum of internships that are available.
service announcements; and also for employment
three semester units while attending a Study Abroad To be eligible for an internship class, a student must be in related areas including social media marketing,
program will fulfill SMC’s Global Citizenship graduation a ‘continuing student’ at Santa Monica College. A con- media strategy and planning, public relations, publicity,
requirement for the Associate degree. tinuing student is one who attended SMC the previous advertising, and interactive media marketing. Students
For program information, please visit the IEC’s Study Fall or Spring semester and completed at least 6 units. can complete both a Certificate of Achievement, and
Abroad website (smc.edu/studyabroad). For example, a Fall semester or Summer session intern an Associate Degree in Entertainment Marketing/
is required to have attended SMC the previous Spring Promotion Production. For more information, visit
semester and completed at least 6 units. A Spring
Mentor Program semester intern is required to have attended SMC the
the Promo Pathway website at smc.edu/promo or call
310-434-4182.
in the Arts previous Fall semester and completed at least 6 units.
To enroll in an internship, students are required to
Santa Monica College’s Mentor Program in the Arts attend a one-hour Internship Orientation meeting at
the beginning of the semester. Visit our website (smc.
Center for Media and
provides extremely gifted students in the fine and
applied arts with one-on-one support training by pro- edu/internship) or call the Career Services Center for Design
fessionals in their special fields. Designed for individuals the orientation meeting schedule.
The Center for Media and Design (CMD) is an SMC
whose talents exceed the scope of the traditional cur- Students earn college credit based on the number of
satellite campus located in the heart of Silicon Beach—
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riculum at the College, the Mentor Program is tailored internship hours worked. Each unit of college credit
home to major media firms and some 500 technolo-
to students whose continuing education or professional requires 60 hours of unpaid (volunteer), or 75 hours of
gy-based companies. Launched in collaboration with
careers depend on juried performances or compiled paid work per semester. The General Internship classes
industry employers, the CMD provides comprehensive
portfolios of work. are listed in this schedule of classes under Counseling
instruction in rapidly evolving fields of design, media,
Students in the program embark on a course of study and Testing. The classes are Counseling 90A, B, C,
communication, technology, and entertainment.
in an intense learning environment with individual or and D, and range from 1 to 4 units of credit. General
Internships need not be related to the student’s edu- The state-­of-­the-­art campus features numerous spe-
small-group instruction in two areas: art and music. cialized classrooms and instructional spaces, as well
The program usually includes a public exhibition or cational or career goals.
as media production facilities, audio and video post-­
performance. Upon completing the program, students F-1 students must see the immigration coordinator at
production facilities, a large auditorium, a digital gallery
are individually guided through the process of transfer- the International Educational Center before enrolling
space, and a café. SMC’s highly regarded NPR radio
ring to a university, art school, music conservatory, or in an internship.
station KCRW (89.9 FM) occupies its own three-­story
other appropriate institution to continue their studies. Several departments at SMC also offer Specific building at the CMD site.
In some cases, students are helped to launch their Internships that are related to a student’s major or
The campus fosters a collaborative environment
professional careers directly through placement in career goal. These internships combine on-the-job
where instructors with first-­hand knowledge of indus-
apprenticeship programs or employment with profes- learning experiences with college curriculum, and
try practices inspire students to become creative pro-
sionals in the field. are for students who are beginning, changing, or
fessionals who excel in developing ideas, and who have
To participate, students must demonstrate exceptional advancing in a career, or who are moving ahead in a
the technical proficiency to execute them.
ability and commitment. Each department has its own major. Students can call the Career Services Center
at 310-434-4337 to find out which departments offer The CMD is home to SMC’s ground-­breaking Bachelor
policies for admission, prerequisites, and corequisites
internships. of Science degree program in Interaction Design, as well
in the program. The selection process is determined by
as the following innovative career technical programs:
a faculty committee and includes a portfolio review or SMC’s Career Services Center hosts an Internship Fair
an audition. This review usually takes place at the end each Spring semester, offering students the opportu- • Entertainment Technology (Animation, Digital
of a semester for participation in the program the fol- nity to meet potential employers and ask questions Media, Game Design)
lowing semester. Students selected may participate for about the internships being offered. Visit our web- • Graphic Design
up to four semesters under the direct supervision and site (smc.edu/internship) to find out when the next • Interior Architectural Design
guidance of a designated Mentor. Internship Fair will be held. • Media Content Development (Broadcasting/New
Through the SMC Associates support group, scholar- For further information or for help in finding Media, Entertainment Marketing Production, Film,
ships, materials, and other resources are often made an internship, call the Career Services Center at Journalism)
available to help these students. Students interested 310-434-4337, or visit our website (smc.edu/ To find out more about SMC’s Center for Media
in participating in the Mentor Program should contact internship). and Design and its programs, please give us a call at
the chair of the department in which they would like to 310-434-­3700.
study as soon as possible. For other information, con-
tact the appropriate Department Chair.

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INFORMATION AIR FORCE ROTC

IN F OR M ATION & POL IC IES


Program Overview afrotc.com

& POLICIES
Loyola Marymount University
AFROTC Detachment 040 310-338-2770
lmu.edu/afrotc Fax 310-338-7734
Email: det040@lmu.edu
UCLA AFROTC Detachment 055 310-825-1742
sscnet.ucla.edu/afrotc Fax 310-825-3055
Email: afrotc@ucla.edu
Santa Monica College students may participate in
Important Emeritus Program..........................310-434-4306
Employment Information –
Registration.................................... 310-434-4380
Reprographics................................310-434-4828
the first two years of the Air Force Reserve Officer
Training Corps (AFROTC) program through Loyola
Phone Numbers
Academic.................................... 310-434-4336 Scholars Program...........................310-434-4371
Employment Information – Marymount University (LMU) and the University
24-hour Recorded Information.. 310-434-4059
Non-Teaching..............................310-434-4321 of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). AFROTC
Scholarships...................................310-434-4290 offers a variety of two-, three-, and four-year
See smc.edu/directory for a complete, searchable Employment Information – School Relations Office..................310-434-4189
directory. Student.............. 310-434-4343, 310-434-4337 scholarships, many of which pay full tuition and
Shuttle Information.......................310-434-4608 fees. For more information, please visit any of
Santa Monica College, English Department.......................310-434-4242 SMC Extension...............................310-434-3400
1900 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica.....310-434-4000 Environmental Studies the AFROTC websites listed above, or call or send
Social Science Department............310-434-4244 an email or fax to either of the listed AFROTC
Automated Call Center.................310-434-4001 Department................................310-434-4901
Speech (now Communication Studies) detachments.
Academic Senate...........................310-434-4611 EOPS/CARE Office..........................310-434-4268

W in t er 2019
Program...................................... 310-434-4246
Accounts Payable...........................310-434-4283 ESL Department.............................310-434-4260
Events – Information and Tickets..310-434-3005 Student Complaints.......................310-434-3986
Admissions Office..........................310-434-4380
Student Judicial Affairs..................310-434-4220 BLACK COLLEGIANS PROGRAM
Nonresident Admissions Events – Center for
........................... 310-434-4461, 310-434-4595 Media and Design ......................310-434-3777 Study Abroad Programs.................310-434-4342 smc.edu/blackcollegians
International Student Events – SMC Performing Superintendent’s Office.................310-434-4200 Counseling Complex 310-434-4232
Admissions..................................310-434-4217 Arts Center..................................310-434-3200 Swim Center (Pool) Information....310-458-8700 Headquartered in the African American Collegian
Adult Education.... 310-434-3403, 310-434-4115 Events – Business Office................310-434-3005 Telecommunications Services.......310-434-3010 Center, the Black Collegians Program offers
African American Collegian Center.310-434-4232 Extension, SMC..............................310-434-3400 Theatre Arts Department..............310-434-4319 a variety of mentoring and support services
Airport Arts Campus......................310-434-4229 Facility Rentals...............................310-434-3002 Theater Information......................310-434-4319 that promote academic excellence and guide
Alumni............................................ 310-434-8400 Faculty Association........................310-434-4394 Title IX Coordinator students through the transfer process.
Art Department.............................310-434-4230 Fashion Design/Merchandising.....310-434-4621 ........................... 310-434-4415, 310-434-4419
Art Gallery...................................... 310-434-3434 Film Studies Program.....................310-434-4246 Transcripts..................................... 310-434-4392 CalWORKs
Exhibit Information....................310-434-8204 Financial Aid Office........................310-434-4343 Transfer Counseling.......................310-434-4210
Associated Students & Fitness Center................................310-434-4741 Tutoring – English, Humanities......310-434-4682 smc.edu/calworks
Student Clubs..............................310-434-4250 Foundation..................................... 310-434-4215 Tutoring – ESL................................310-434-4260 Admissions/Student Services
Associates...................................... 310-434-4100 General Advisory Board.................310-434-4100 Tutoring – Math.............................310-434-4735 Complex 104G-P 310-434-4082
Athletics......................................... 310-434-4310 Grants............................................. 310-434-3718 Tutoring – Modern Language........310-434-4683 The California Work Opportunities and
Auxiliary Services Business Office.. 310-434-4255 Graphic Design Program................310-434-3720 Responsibilities to Kids (CalWORKs) program
Tutoring – Science.........................310-434-4630
Board of Trustees...........................310-434-4241 Guardian Scholars Program...........310-434-4491 at Santa Monica College works in collaboration
Veterans’ Resource Center............310-434-8205
Bookstore Health Sciences Department.........310-434-3450 with the Los Angeles County Department of
Health Services – Student..............310-434-4262 Welcome Center............................310-434-8101
(see Campus Store listings).........310-434-4258 Social Services (DPSS) and Greater Avenues to
Broad Theater................................310-434-3200 High Tech Training Center.............310-434-4267 Workforce Development...............310-434-4040
Independence (GAIN) to assist students who
Broadcasting Program...................310-434-4583 Human Resources – Academic......310-434-4415 receive Temporary Aid for Needy Families
Bursar’s Office................................310-434-4664 Human Resources – Classified.......310-434-4881 (TANF) with a variety of services aimed at helping
Business Education Department...310-434-4295
CalWORKs...................................... 310-434-4082
Interior Design Program................310-434-3720
International Education Center.....310-434-4217 Special individuals move toward self-sufficiency.

Programs
Campus Police (Emergency)..........310-434-4300 Job Placement – Student...............310-434-4343
Campus Police (NONemergency)..310-434-4608 Journalism Program.......................310-434-4246 CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Campus Store – KCRW 89.9 FM...............................310-450-5183 (CTE)
Airport Arts Campus...................310-434-4637
Campus Store – Bundy Campus....310-434-3480
Kinesiology Department................310-434-4310
KWRF.............................................. 310-434-4583
& Support smc.edu/cte

Services
Latino Center.................................310-434-4459 Career Technical Education (CTE) programs
Campus Store –
Center for Media and Design.....310-434-3750 Learning Disabilities Program........310-434-4684 at Santa Monica College offer industry-linked
Campus Store – Main Campus......310-434-4258 Library............................................ 310-434-4334 programs and courses that prepare students
PLEASE NOTE: Detailed descriptions of the for entry-level and middle-skill employment
Campus Store – Life Sciences Department..............310-434-4761
student support services offered at SMC can be opportunities, typically within one to four
SMC Performing Arts Center......310-434-3482 Maintenance – Operations –
found online. See the individual webpages, or go semesters. The courses are led by educators
Career Services Center..................310-434-4337 Grounds...................................... 310-434-4378
Center for Media and Design Mathematics Department.............310-434-4274 to smc.edu for more information. with extensive expertise in their field, with
(CMD).......................................... 310-434-3700 Matriculation.................................310-434-8708 many CTE instructors and trainers also holding
Center for Wellness & Wellbeing.310-434-4503 Media Center.................................310-434-4352 active positions outside of SMC. Students who
..................................................800-691-6003 Media Studies Program.................310-434-4246 SPECIAL PROGRAMS: successfully complete a CTE program leave SMC
Child Development........................310-434-8109 Modern Language Department.....310-434-4248 with a wide range of knowledge — theoretical,
Children’s Services Coordinator....310-434-8526 Music Department ........................310-434-4323 hands-on, applied, and experiential — and a
College Ombudsperson.................310-434-3986 Noncredit (Adult Education) ADELANTE PROGRAM
strong relationship with employers.
Communication and Media Studies ........................... 310-434-3403, 310-434-4115 smc.edu/LatinoCenter
Department................................310-434-4246 Nursing Program............................310-434-3450 Counseling Complex 310-434-4459
Communication Studies Program.. 310-434-4246 Ombudsperson..............................310-434-3986
CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
The Adelante Program, operated by the Latino
Community Education...................310-434-3400 Outreach Program.........................310-434-4189 Center, is a success-oriented program that & URBAN STUDIES (CEUS)
Community Relations Office..........310-434-4100 Parking Enforcement.....................310-434-4608 focuses on academic achievement, transfer, smc.edu/ceus
Computer Classes – Payroll............................................ 310-434-4234 cultural awareness, and personal growth, and 1744 Pearl St., Santa Monica 310-434-3909
Business Department.................310-434-4295 Personnel Commission..................310-434-4410 includes courses that highlight the Latino culture The Center for Environmental and Urban
Corsair Newspaper........................310-434-4340 Photography Department.............310-434-3547 Studies (CEUS) provides a space to explore key
and experience.
Cosmetology Department.............310-434-4292 Photography Gallery......................310-434-4289
environmental and urban issues and solutions.
Counseling Department.................310-434-4210 Physical Education.........................310-434-4310
AFRICAN AMERICAN COLLEGIAN A living laboratory for sustainability, the CEUS
CSEA Office..................................... 310-434-4068 Physical Sciences Department.......310-434-4788
features many innovative green building materials
Curriculum Office...........................310-434-4277 Pico Promise Program...................310-434-4926 CENTER and practices, and provides ecotours, a library,
Custodian’s Office..........................310-434-4366 Planetarium................................... 310-434-3005
Dance Department .......................310-434-3467 Planning and Development...........310-434-4215 smc.edu/blackcollegians a seed library, and other useful sustainability
Design Technology Department ...310-434-3720 Pool Information............................310-458-8700 Counseling Complex 310-434-4232 resources. The CEUS is also headquarters for
Disabled Students Center (DSPS)..310-434-4265 President’s Office...........................310-434-4200 The African American Collegian Center offers Sustainable Works (sustainableworks.org), a
Distance Education Program.........310-434-3761 Psychology Department................310-434-4276 comprehensive support services to help meet nonprofit offering special programs that show
DREAM Program............................310-434-4892 Public Policy Institute.....................310-434-3429 the special needs of SMC’s African American individuals and businesses how they can adopt
Drescher Planetarium....................310-434-3005 Public Programs.............................310-434-4100 students and enhance their educational sustainable practices that improve quality of
Early Childhood/Education............310-434-8109 Purchasing...................................... 310-434-4304 experience. The Center also coordinates the life, reduce impacts on the environment, and
Earth Sciences Department...........310-434-4767 Receiving Department...................310-434-4373 Black Collegians Program. decrease costs.
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CENTER FOR STUDENTS WITH ENGLISH AS A SECOND Students planning to participate in this program from high school in 2018 and enroll at SMC in
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DISABILITIES (DSPS) LANGUAGE (ESL) should send en email requesting information.. fall 2018 or spring 2019 as first-year, full-time
The Dual Enrollment Program offers a selection students (12 or more units). SMC Promise also
smc.edu/disabledstudent Credit Program: smc.edu/esl of college classes that students can attend covers fees for Health Services, SMC student
Admissions/Student Services Corner of 16th St. & Pearl St., at their participating local high school. To I.D. card, and Associated Students Activities,
Complex 101 310-434-4265 Santa Monica 310-434-4260 participate in the Dual Enrollment Program, including free “Any Line, Any Time” rides on the
Fax 310-434-4272 Fax 310-434-2387 students should discuss their plans with their Big Blue Bus, access to the A.S. computer lab in
High Tech Training Center Santa Monica College offers four programs for high school counselor. Cayton Center, student discounts at selected
Admissions/Student Services English-language learners: (1) a credit program events and vendors, and more.
Complex 103 310-434-4267 offering classes in the ESL Department to prepare
students for the reading, writing, listening,
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
Learning Disabilities Program SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Math Complex 75 & 76 310-434-4684 speaking, and study skills needed for college CENTER
Acquired Brain Injury/Pathfinders 310-434-4442 success and career enhancement (see smc.edu/ smc.edu/international smc.edu/scholars
SMC’s Center for Students with Disabilities esl for details); (2) a fee-based intensive English Next to Liberal Arts/ 24-hour recorded information 310-434-4059
offers a number of specialized programs to help program designed for students who do not meet Counseling Complex 310-434-4217 Counseling Village 310-434-4371
students with their academic, vocational, and the TOEFL requirement to enroll in regular college Email: intled@smc.edu Email: scholars@smc.edu
career planning goals. The Center has academic classes (see smc.edu/international for details); (3) The International Education Center provides The Scholars Program is an enriched, highly
counselors available to answer questions, a noncredit (adult education) program offering international students with services that include demanding honors program that prepares
help solve problems, and authorize academic free ESL classes for adults in the community academic counseling and orientation, assistance students with outstanding scholastic
adjustments and other accommodation services (call 310-434-3403 or 310-434-4115); and (4) with non-immigration F-1 student visa issues, achievements for transfer. Students entering
to mitigate disability-related educational a fee-based ESL program offering workshops, and preparation for transfer from Santa Monica SMC with a B (3.0) or higher GPA may be eligible
courses, occupational training, and English for
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limitations. Students have access to programs College to a four-year college or university. The for the Scholars Program, which offers priority
special-purpose courses at business and industry International Education Center is also home to registration and other benefits at SMC. Students
such as the Learning Disabilities Program;
sites (see smc.edu/workforcedevelopment for SMC’s faculty-led Study Abroad programs. who successfully complete the program are
the High Tech Training Center, designed to
information). guaranteed priority consideration for admission
train students in the use of adapted computer
technology; the Acquired Brain Injury Program, INTERNSHIP PROGRAM as a junior to UCLA, UC Irvine, Loyola Marymount
which promotes re-entry into academic and EXTENDED OPPORTUNITY University, and a number of other four-year
smc.edu/internship colleges and universities.
vocational programs; and Pathfinders, a program PROGRAM AND SERVICES Counseling Village 310-434-4337
of post-stroke exercise and communication (EOPS) & COOPERATIVE SMC’s Internship Program, operated by the
classes offered through SMC’s Emeritus Program AGENCIES RESOURCES FOR Career Services Center, helps students find SMC OUTREACH &
serving the older adult community. opportunities for internships and cooperative RECRUITMENT
EDUCATION (CARE)
work experience in jobs related to their field of smc.edu/newstudents
CORSAIR INTERCOLLEGIATE smc.edu/eops study.
Admissions/Student Services 1724 Pearl St. 310-434-4189
ATHLETICS Complex 104G-P 310-434-4268 Fax 310-434-3634
smc.edu/athletics Extended Opportunity Program and Services LATINO CENTER The SMC Outreach and Recruitment office
Pavilion, 2nd Floor 310-434-4311 (EOPS) and Cooperative Agencies Resources for smc.edu/LatinoCenter partners SMC counselors with local area high
Santa Monica College has a proud tradition of Education (CARE) are state-funded programs Counseling Complex 310-434-4459 schools, community agencies, and out-of-state
championship teams, with an accumulated 83 that offer special support services to help The Latino Center offers SMC’s Latino students students. The program works to motivate high
Conference and 13 State championship titles. The low-income students start and move forward a support network of comprehensive bilingual school students to develop goals for the future
College offers students opportunities to compete successfully toward their educational goals. The services in English and Spanish. The Center and explore the idea of going to college, and
at a high level in a chosen sport. Committed to EOPS/CARE office is also home to the Guardian operates the Adelante Program. promotes Santa Monica College as a first-choice
assisting student athletes to excel both in the Scholars Program (GSP). higher education option. Outreach counselors
help smooth the transition for students from
classroom and on the field of play, SMC offers MENTOR PROGRAM IN THE high school to college by familiarizing them with
a variety of support programs, including special FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE (FYE) ARTS SMC’s academic and support programs, as well
counseling for students interested in careers PROGRAM SMC’s Mentor Program in the Arts provides as admissions and enrollment procedures. The
in athletics. SMC is a member of the California
smc.edu/FYE exceptionally talented students in the performing Outreach office also offers SMC campus tours,
Community College Commission on Athletics,
Cayton Center 110 and applied arts an opportunity to further information sessions, and individual counseling
and sponsors 8 men’s and 10 women’s athletic
(next to Cafeteria) 310-434-8101 develop and refine their abilities with one-on- appointments during the week, as well as group
teams. Men’s teams include: Basketball, Cross
The First Year Experience program, offered one support and training by professionals in their assessment testing.
Country, Football, Soccer, Swimming and Diving,
Track and Field, Volleyball, and Water Polo. through the Welcome Center, is designed to special fields. Mentor programs are offered in art
Women’s teams include: Basketball, Beach help you make the transition from high school to and music, and designed for individuals whose STEM PROGRAM
Volleyball, Cross Country, Soccer, Softball, college, sort out your career and education goals, talents exceed the scope of the traditional
and create a plan of action to reach those goals. curriculum at the College. Selection for a mentor smc.edu/stem
Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Track and Field, Drescher Hall 301 310-434-3988
program usually requires an audition or a review
Volleyball, and Water Polo. Email: stem@smc.edu
GUARDIAN SCHOLARS of a portfolio. The program of study is tailored to
the goals of the individual student and will often SMC’s STEM program fosters the student skills
DISTANCE EDUCATION/ONLINE PROGRAM culminate in an event such as an art exhibition necessary to excel in science, technology,
CLASSES smc.edu/guardianscholars or a public performance. For details, contact the engineering, and math courses. STEM is an
Admissions/Student Services SMC Art Department or SMC Music Department. academic support program designed to help
smc.edu/OnlineEd traditionally under-represented students who
Complex 104G-P 310-434-4491
Media Center 310-434-3760 are interested in STEM careers successfully
The Guardian Scholars Program (GSP) aims to PICO PROMISE PROGRAM
SMC’s Office of Distance Education offers classes expand community support and college and complete their studies at SMC, transfer to a four-
for transfer, certificates, and skill building to career pathways for current and former foster smc.edu/picopromise year research-oriented baccalaureate program,
students at locations away from the SMC campus youth enrolled at SMC. The program, offered Counseling Annex 310-434-4926 and enter the STEM workforce. STEM students
through a virtual campus at smc.edu/OnlineEd, through the EOPS/CARE office, is part of a The Pico Promise Program is a collaboration are also encouraged to apply to the Science and
where students can also access Canvas user collaborative initiative that partners SMC with between Santa Monica College and the City of Research Initiative Program (SRI), a cohort-based
guides, explore technical requirements, and take UCLA and Loyola Marymount University, in Santa Monica. The program meets the needs experience that includes STEM Skills Week and
a self-paced tour of the Canvas platform. conjunction with the California College Pathways of the underserved, under-represented youth other Summer Bridge Programming.
Initiative. who live in close proximity to the College. Pico
DREAM PROGRAM Promise motivates and assists young adults to STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
attend SMC and work toward their career and
smc.edu/dream HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS education goals. Each student in the program PROGRAM
Admissions/Student Services Concurrent Enrollment: works one-on-one with a counselor. Applications smc.edu/studentemployment
Complex 104 310-434-4892 smc.edu/highschool 310-434-3522 for the program are available in the Pico Promise Drescher Hall 150 310-434-4343
Email: DREAM@smc.edu Email: concurrentenrollment@smc.edu office. SMC’s Student Employment Program offers
The Santa Monica College DREAM Program Dual Enrollment: students access to on-campus jobs available
provides DREAMers (undocumented, AB540, smc.edu/dualenrollment
and DACA recipients) with support services
SANTA MONICA COLLEGE in many departments and programs on SMC’s
High School Counseling Department main and satellite campuses, funded through the
to increase their personal growth and Santa Monica College offers two programs that PROMISE PROGRAM
Federal Work-Study (FWS) and Student Help (SH)
development through academic, career, and permit high school students to take SMC classes smc.edu/freetuition programs.
personal counseling; assistance in applying and receive college credit. The Concurrent Cayton Center 110
for the California Dream Act/Financial Aid and Enrollment Program allows qualifying high (next to Cafeteria) 310-434-8101
scholarships; and workshops of special interest school students to apply to SMC and enroll in The Santa Monica College Promise program
STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS
to DREAMers and their families. classes offered at an SMC campus and online. offers free enrollment to students who graduate smc.edu/studyabroad
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Next to Liberal Arts/ 1718 Pearl St. 310-434-4608 COMPUTER LABS & SERVICES CORSAIR NEWSPAPER

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Counseling Complex 310-434-4342 Emergency & Weekends 310-434-4300
Email: studyabroad@smc.edu SMC maintains a Campus Police Department smc.edu/computerlabs thecorsaironline.com
SMC’s exciting, faculty-led Study Abroad with personnel available 24 hours a day to help Santa Monica College has many computer-based Center for Media and Design 130 310-434-4340
programs are designed to immerse students in an keep SMC’s campuses safe and secure. To report services and on-campus computer labs for the The Corsair, Santa Monica College’s award-
engaging academic program abroad while they benefit of its students. The following computer winning student-run newspaper, has a print
an emergency or criminal activities on or near
earn SMC credit, further their own intercultural labs are open to all CURRENTLY ENROLLED edition published every other Wednesday during
the campus, dial 4300 or 911 on the emergency
awareness, and foster a more global perspective. students: the fall and spring semesters, as well as an online
telephones located throughout the campus and
• The SMC Library (310-434-4254) — provides news site. The Corsair welcomes all students to
parking structures, or call 310-434-4300 from
computers and wired and wireless network help create the newspaper, which is a lifeline
SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION a cellphone or off-campus telephone. The SMC
connections in the (downstairs near the of news and entertainment for the entire SMC
PROGRAM Safety App (download to your phone from the
Reference Desk, 1st Floor North) to access a community. Experience on the Corsair can lead
Apple App Store or Google Play) allows you to
smc.edu/si variety of information resources; and to internships with major media companies.
receive emergency notifications, communicate
Drescher Hall 302 310-434-4121 via text to report a variety of incidents, utilize • The Bundy LRC — Bundy Campus, 3171 S.
Special academic assistance is offered in fall and the SafeWalk feature to have a friend watch you Bundy Dr., Rm. 116 (310-434-3440). COUNSELING
spring semesters to SMC students enrolled in walk to your destination, or log on to find the An additional computer lab is open to all smc.edu/counseling
specific courses. The free out-of-class sessions many resources that SMC has to offer. currently enrolled students WITH A VALID Counseling Complex 310-434-4210
include activities that help students learn course ASSOCIATED STUDENTS ACTIVITIES STICKER: The Counseling Department assists and advises
concepts, prepare for exams, and develop
effective study skills. PLEASE NOTE: SI sessions
CAMPUS STORE (FORMERLY • The Cayton Associated Students Computer ALL students on developing their education
SMC BOOKSTORE) Lab — Cayton Center 209 (310-434-4615) — plans, helps smooth the enrollment process for
are NOT tutoring sessions like the ones offered at you, provides information on Associate degrees
provides computers, printers, and a variety of

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various on-campus tutoring labs, and SI leaders bookstore.smc.edu and professional and career certificates, helps
do NOT tutor or assist students with homework software.
Main (inside Student Services Building) you select classes that meet requirements for a
problems. 310-434-4258 The following computer labs, primarily for
particular major, and facilitates your successful
Airport Arts 123A 310-434-4637 students enrolled in specific classes, make their
transfer to four-year institutions. Counseling
TEACHER ACADEMY AT SMC Bundy (next to main entrance) 310-434-3480 equipment and software available to all enrolled
services are also available online at smc.edu/
Center for Media and Design (CMD) SMC students, but ONLY at times when the labs
smc.edu/ece onlinecounseling for students enrolled in
310-434-3750 are not in use for instruction or tutoring purposes
Bundy Campus, 3rd Floor 310-434-8109 on-campus courses (students enrolled in online
Performing Arts Center 105 310-434-3482 (check with the lab for available hours):
A program of the SMC Education/Early Childhood courses should consult the information available
The SMC Campus Store (formerly the SMC • The Computer Science and Information at smc.edu/OnlineEd).
Department, the Teacher Academy at SMC works Systems (CSIS) Lab — Business 231 (310-434-
Bookstore) sells new and used textbooks,
to foster a growing pool of future educators 4783);
by offering courses, hands-on fieldwork school and office supplies, campus sweat- and FOOD SERVICES
experiences, mentorships, and a wide variety T-shirts, and art materials. The Campus Store • The Library Computer Lab — SMC Library, 2nd
also stocks class schedules and the annual SMC Floor North (310-434-4254). Santa Monica College’s food services are located
of support services and grants to help students
catalog. Students may also browse through the on the ground floor of the Student Center. The
succeed as quality professionals in education. SMC has more than 700 computers in
bookstore’s online catalog or search for a specific food services area includes a food court that
The program offers options designed to prepare specialized computer labs used to support
title, and make purchases for either in-store offers a selection of meals, snacks, and beverages
students to work with linguistically and culturally students enrolled in specific programs or classes.
pickup or shipment directly to their home. Note: at reasonable prices. Service is indoors, and
diverse groups of children and families in schools, These labs include:
Students with disabilities may find some areas of seating is available inside and on outdoor patio
centers, and homes. Courses are offered during • The Art Lab — Art 119 — for selected Art and
the Campus Store inaccessible — please request areas. Vending machines can also be found at
the day, in the evening, on weekends, and online. Design classes;
assistance. various locations on the campus.
• The Continuing Ed Lab — Bundy Campus, 3171
UNDOCUMENTED ALLY S. Bundy Dr., Rm. 127 (310-434-6661) — for HEALTH SERVICES CENTER
PROGRAM CAREER SERVICES CENTER SMC’s Continuing Ed and Adult Ed programs;
smc.edu/careercenter • The CMD Computer Lab — Center for Media smc.edu/healthcenter
smc.edu/undocually Cayton Center 112 (next to Cafeteria)
smc.edu/jobs4u and Design 217 (310-434-3747) — for students
Admissions/Student Services 310-434-4262
Internship Program: smc.edu/internship in CMD classes;
Complex 104G-P 310-434-4491 SMC’s Health Services Center provides health
Counseling Village 310-434-4337 • The CSIS Computer Classrooms — Business
SMC’s Undocumented Ally Program (better services and first aid to currently enrolled Santa
The Career Services Center provides SMC 250 (NTT Lab), 253 (Keyboarding Lab), 255
known as UndocuAlly) is a network of Santa Monica College students. The Center’s focus is
students with a single, conveniently located (Accounting Lab), and 259 (Business Center
Monica College faculty, staff, managers, and health promotion, illness prevention, treatment
source for career exploration, workshops on Lab) — for CSIS classes;
students committed to providing support, of acute illness, and health education to promote
resume writing and interview techniques,
education and understanding to our SMC • The Digital Photography Lab — Business 131 student success. Selected immunizations,
internships, assistance in finding on- and off-
undocumented students. Program participants — for selected digital photography classes; screenings, and treatments are offered free
attend a three-hour training session that includes campus jobs, and (by appointment) individual
career counseling. The Career Services Center • The Earth Sciences Labs — Drescher Hall 128 or at cost. A nutritionist is also available by
an overview of the history and policies affecting and 134 — for Earth Science classes; appointment or on a walk-in basis during
undocumented students, information about also operates SMC’s Internship Program.
• The Emeritus Lab — 1227 Second St., Room the spring and fall semesters. All services are
special campus resources, and what it means to confidential.
be an ally to undocumented students. CENTER FOR WELLNESS & 208 (310-434-4306) — for SMC’s Emeritus
program for seniors;
WELLBEING Health Insurance
• The High Tech Training Center — Admissions/
VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER smc.edu/wellness The Health Services fee paid at time of
Student Services Complex 103 (310-434-
smc.edu/vet Liberal Arts 110 310-434-4503, 800-691- 4267) — computer access for students with enrollment is NOT health insurance, and covers
Liberal Arts 135 310-434-8205 6003 disabilities; ONLY the services offered at the SMC Health
SMC’s Veterans Resource Center provides a SMC’s Center for Wellness & Wellbeing offers Services Center. Any expenses a student incurs
• The Math Lab — Math Complex 84 — for Math
variety of support services to veterans to assist short-term personal counseling to currently for medical services are the sole responsibility of
tutoring (and Math Complex 82 for Basic Skills
them in matters pertaining to their transition enrolled students who have paid the Health Fee. the student. Information about optional health
Math tutoring);
from the military to college. The Center — Licensed psychologists and interns/trainees are and dental insurance programs is available in the
which offers a place where students who are available to help students resolve problems or • The Modern Language Lab — Drescher Hall
Health Services Center or on the Health Services
veterans of military service can feel comfortable, find appropriate resources in the community. 219 (310-434-4625) — for Chinese, French,
webpage (smc.edu/healthcenter). International
decompress, and take a break from the campus The Center also offers a variety of topic- German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, students should consult the International
hubbub — assists in processing VA paperwork for oriented workshops (e.g., Test Anxiety, Stress Persian, Russian, and Spanish classes; Education Center for information on health
veterans’ dependents receiving benefits under Management). • The Music Media Lab — Performing Arts insurance.
Chapters 33 and 35 of the GI Bill. While the Center 204 (310-434-4852) — computers with
Center does NOT provide answers to veterans’ CHILD CARE SERVICES MIDI interfaces and sequencers for students in
Music 2 through Music 8 classes;
LIBRARY
problems that are not related to the College’s
programs, efforts will be made whenever smc.edu/child_care_services • The Reading Lab — Drescher Hall 312 — for smc.edu/library
possible to direct students to resources where Admissions/Student Services selected Reading/Writing classes; Information 310-434-4334
answers may be found. Complex 104R 310-434-8526 Reference Service 310-434-4254
Email: trickey_jenny@smc.edu • The Science Lab — Science 240 (310-434-
The Santa Monica College Library has an
Santa Monica College offers several child care 3548); and
extensive collection of traditional, online, and
SUPPORT SERVICES: options for students while they attend classes • The Writing Lab — Drescher Hall 308 — multimedia resources, as well as computers
at SMC. If you are an SMC student with child primarily for English 81A classes. for student use and wireless access throughout
CAMPUS POLICE & STUDENT/ care needs, please see the Child Care Services To find up-to-date information about campus the building. Library facilities are available to
website. You may also call, email, or stop by computer labs and their hours, see the Student students enrolled in at least one SMC class, staff
STAFF ESCORT SERVICE the office of Jenny Trickey, Child Care Services Computer Labs webpage (smc.edu/acadcomp/ and faculty of the College, and residents of the
smc.edu/police Director. labs). Santa Monica Community College District. Your
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current student ID card is your library card. If SMC PHOTOGRAPHY GALLERY making an appointment through Corsair Connect training costs such as tools, books, and
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you are not an SMC student, but want borrowing (smc.edu/cc). equipment (average Santa Monica College
privileges, you may purchase a library card for smc.edu/photo student award is $547 per year; both FAFSA
$20/year at the Circulation Desk. High school Drescher Hall, 2nd Floor 310-434-4289 applicants and California Dream applicants
The SMC Photography Gallery is nationally Writing & Humanities
students, SMC volunteers, and faculty members may qualify);
at a school or university in the Santa Monica area recognized as a significant venue for photographic Tutoring Center
art. Each exhibit has a free opening reception. • California College Promise Grant — State-
may apply for a free Courtesy Card. smc.edu/tutoring/english_humanities
For information, please call the Gallery or browse funded grant that covers certain enrollment
Drescher Hall 313 310-434-4682
the SMC Events webpage and click on the “Photo fees for eligible students;
Writing assistance for any courses and subject
OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE AND Gallery” link. tutoring in selected liberal arts courses (English, • Santa Monica College Promise — Free
THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS Logic, Economics, History) available on a drop-in enrollment and fee waivers for high school
(A.S.) TRANSFER/COUNSELING CENTER basis, or make an appointment online through students who graduate in 2018 and go directly
Corsair Connect (smc.edu/cc). to SMC as full-time students (see smc.edu/
smc.edu/studentlife smc.edu/counseling freetuition for details);
Student Life Office: Counseling Complex 434-4210
Cayton Center 202 310-434-4250 WELCOME CENTER • Federal Work-Study (FWS) funds — Federally
The Transfer/Counseling Center houses a wide funded program that provides wages to
Fax 310-434-4263 variety of counseling programs and services smc.edu/welcomecenter
The Office of Student Life is the hub of student eligible students for both on-campus and off-
to help make students more aware of their Cayton Center 110 (next to Cafeteria)
activities at SMC. The Associated Students (A.S.) campus employment;
transfer choices, and to assist with the transfer 310-434-8101
Board of Directors, other A.S. officers, Inter- process. Staff is available to explain transfer The Welcome Center is a convenient “one- • Stafford Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized)
Club Council (ICC), Associate Dean of Student requirements, identify general education stop shop” where new students can find the — Federally administered, low-interest loans
Life, and student activities staff can all be found courses required for transfer, help select classes information, services, and support to make a to eligible students; and
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there, along with information on A.S. and club that meet requirements for a particular major, smooth transition to SMC. During enrollment • Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students
activities, use of campus public areas, campus help students complete the application process periods, the Welcome Center has academic (PLUS Loans) — Federally administered, low-
student publicity, and other details. for a transfer school, and much more. counselors and trained student ambassadors interest loans to parents of students who are
The Associated Students — the student- on hand to answer questions and assist with considered dependent according to federal
directed organization of the SMC student body TUTORING SERVICES admission and enrollment processes. The regulations.
and its elected or appointed student officers — Welcome Center also offers the SMC Promise Students can apply for federal financial aid
promotes the intellectual, social, and cultural smc.edu/tutoring program and the First Year Experience (FYE) and the California College Promise Grant directly
welfare of students through proper, effective SMC provides free tutoring services in selected program. through the SMC Financial Aid website (smc.edu/
government. A.S. Activities fees support a rich subjects for all students through a number of
financialaid), where they will find useful links to
program of extracurricular activities — including on-campus tutoring centers. Specialized tutoring
federal and state agencies. Students may also
more than 60 student clubs — to foster academic
achievement, social interaction, and community
may also be arranged through the Center for
Students with Disabilities (310-434-4265), EOPS/ Financial drop by the Financial Aid Office for answers to
specific questions.
Assistance
involvement. CARE (310-434-4268), the Scholars Program
(310-434-4371), and the International Education To be eligible to receive most forms of financial
Center (310-434-4217). For hours and general aid, a student must show documented “financial
OMBUDSPERSON information, visit the Tutoring Services webpage need” as determined by the FAFSA. However,
smc.edu/ombuds and click on the link for the center you want. FINANCIAL AID OFFICE there are a number of other specific federal
Letters & Science 124 310-434-3986 requirements that must also be met. To be
smc.edu/financialaid eligible for federal financial aid, you must:
Students who have complaints, grievances, Business and Computer Science Drescher Hall 150 310-434-4343
or personal concerns about Santa Monica • Be a US citizen, a permanent resident, or an
Centers The Financial Aid Office at Santa Monica
eligible non-citizen (if you do not understand
College or any of its policies are encouraged to College strongly encourages students to apply
discuss them with the College Ombudsperson. smc.edu/tutoring/business these terms, ask the Financial Aid Office to
Business 150 & Business 231 310-434-4322 for financial aid by going to fafsa.ed.gov and
The Ombudsperson provides support and completing the Free Application for Federal explain them to you);
encouragement to students, and attempts to Tutoring in accounting, business, and computer
Student Aid (FAFSA). Students who have been • Have a valid Social Security Number;
present options and solutions. Complaints are science. Make an appointment online through
Corsair Connect (smc.edu/cc), or walk into the ineligible to receive financial aid in the past • Have a high school diploma or GED;
handled confidentially on a case-by-case basis. should re-apply each year and are encouraged to
centers for drop-in scheduling and tutoring. • Be enrolled in an eligible program at SMC;
come in and ask about other resources that may
• Make satisfactory academic progress in your
SMC JOHN DRESCHER be available to them.
ESL Tutoring Center coursework;
PLANETARIUM The Financial Aid Office provides a number of
• Have complied with US Selective Service
smc.edu/tutoring important student services, including:
smc.edu/planetarium ESL 120 (at Pearl and 16th) 310-434-4260 requirements (male students only);
Drescher Hall 223 (near elevator) 310-434-3005 • Providing information regarding the types of
Tutoring assistance to English-language learners • Have not been convicted of the possession
Santa Monica College presents two highly financial aid available;
at SMC, with half-hour sessions of one-on-one and/or sale of illegal drugs; and
popular astronomy shows on Friday evenings tutoring by instructional assistants with expertise • Helping collect and complete all necessary
financial aid forms and documents; and • Not be in default on a student loan or owe a
during the academic year in SMC’s John Drescher in TESL. All of the tutoring sessions are by
Planetarium. The Night Sky Show at 7 p.m. refund on any state or federal grant you may
appointment only through Corsair Connect. • Providing guidance on student loans and debt
presents the wonders of the ever-changing have received in the past.
management.
night sky in an interactive 50-minute show Please note: AB540 students can also apply
Math Labs The Financial Aid Office annually provides
updated weekly with the latest news in space for Cal Grants and California College Promise
more than $45 million in federal, state, and
exploration and astronomy. The Feature Show smc.edu/tutoring Grants by completing a California Dream Act
other assistance to SMC students. The major aid
at 8 p.m. is generally a multimedia presentation Math Complex 84, Math Complex 72, application. To receive a Cal Grant, AB540
programs at SMC are:
that concentrates on a specific topic, but at Bundy 116 310-434-8586 students need to be enrolled in an eligible
Tutoring services to support math students in • Pell Grants — Federally funded grants of up program, have a high school diploma/GED, and
various times of the year, telescope viewing
every way possible. You may request help from to $5,920 per year to eligible undergraduate meet satisfactory academic progress. In addition,
opportunities are provided. SPECIAL NOTE:
the lab’s instructional assistants on a drop- students; male AB540 students are required to comply
Tickets may be purchased at the door on the
night of the show. in basis. If you need more extensive tutoring, • Federal Supplemental Educational with US Selective Service requirements.
please schedule an appointment IN PERSON at Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) — A Federal The Financial Aid Office is open Monday and
the Math Lab. grant given to the College for disbursement
SMC PETE & SUSAN BARRETT Thursday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Tuesday and
to eligible students (average Santa Monica
ART GALLERY Wednesday 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m., and Friday 8 a.m.-
Modern Languages College student award is up to $100 per
12 noon. Hours are subject to change without
smc.edu/Barrett semester until these funds are completely
Tutoring Center expended);
notice.
Information 310-434-8204
smc.edu/tutoring • Cal Grant B — State-funded award for eligible
1310 11th St., 1st Floor 310-434-3434
The SMC Pete and Susan Barrett Art Gallery
Drescher Hall 219 310-434-4683 students from disadvantaged backgrounds or SCHOLARSHIP OFFICE
Tutoring for students in any language classes low-income families who have exceptionally
features exhibits of the best in contemporary smc.edu/scholarships
at SMC who need assistance may walk in high financial need, to provide them assistance
art by local, national, and international artists, Drescher Hall 150 310-434-4290
for tutoring on a drop-in basis, or make an with enrollment fees, living expenses, books,
and hosts SMC’s annual student and faculty SMC’s Scholarship Office handles a variety
appointment online through Corsair Connect supplies, and transportation (the average
art shows, gallery talks, and SMCs popular of awards from sources such as foundations,
(smc.edu/cc). Santa Monica College student award is $1,656
Holiday Art Sale. Each exhibit is free and open private endowments, and private individuals.
to the public and has a free opening reception, per year; both FAFSA applicants and California Scholarships are available to incoming high
and many exhibits include free informative art Science Tutoring Center Dream applicants may qualify); school students (ask your high school counselors
talks. For details, please call the Gallery, visit our smc.edu/tutoring • Cal Grant C — State-funded award for eligible about these scholarships), students continuing
webpage, or browse the SMC Events webpage Science 245 310-434-4630 students from low- and middle-income at SMC, and students transferring from SMC
(smc.edu/eventsinfo) and click on the “Art Tutoring for students enrolled in science classes backgrounds enrolled in vocational training to a four-year college or university. Awards are
Gallery” link. at SMC is available on a drop-in basis, or by programs, to provide them assistance with offered for a wide range of achievements and
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student activities, and many do not include or other circumstances beyond your control) Nonresident Tuition Fee Enrollment Fee

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financial need in their requirements. which make the withdrawal necessary. You The mandatory tuition fee for students classified No refunds of enrollment fees are available to
The Scholarship Office: will receive a W, and units will be included in as nonresidents (including students who are you if you withdraw from winter session classes
• Provides a single-application procedure for “enrolled units.” PLEASE NOTE: If you have not citizens of a foreign country and hold only after the published refund deadline for enrolled
consideration for more than 500 scholarships withdrawn by this deadline, you will receive a temporary resident status in the United States) is classes. Refund deadlines for enrolled classes can
available through the program; grade of A (4.0), B (3.0), C (2.0), D (1.0), F (0.0), $324 per semester unit (plus $46 enrollment fee, be found in your Corsair Connect account next
P (Pass), or NP (No Pass) from the instructor. If for a total of $370 per semester unit), or $300 to your enrolled classes. If you withdraw prior to
• Distributes more than $450,000 in scholarship
funds from the Santa Monica College you do not qualify for late withdrawal or you per semester unit (plus $46 enrollment fee, for the deadline date, you will receive a 100% refund
Foundation (an endowment fund that provides cease to attend the class, you may receive a a total of $346 per semester unit) for students of enrollment fees (minus a processing charge of
proceeds for about 500 different scholarships), grade of F (0.0). who qualify for an Assembly Bill 947 exemption. $10). See smc.edu/fees for more information on
service clubs and local organizations, • If you have completed a course — including See the residency requirements at smc.edu/ withdrawal refund deadlines.
private individuals, and other organizations, taking the final exam or submitting final admissions and click on the “Residency” link, or
foundations, and corporations; projects — you are not eligible for a late contact the residence clerk in the Admissions Nonresident Tuition
• Provides informational workshops and withdrawal. If you are contesting a grade for Office for AB 947 exemption details. Please see If you withdraw from winter session classes at
application forms for a variety of non-campus- a completed course, you should meet with the the Fees webpage at smc.edu/fees for details. Santa Monica College before the published
based scholarship sources; and instructor. Please note: All nonresident tuition fees are refund deadlines for the classes in which you are
• Provides support services to get and fill out A complete explanation of how withdrawal subject to change without notice. enrolled, you will receive a 100% tuition refund,
applications and to collect any required deadlines are determined is available online (see minus any relevant processing fees.
documents. smc.edu/AdminRegulations) and in the annual Upper-Division Coursework Fee
Scholarships vary from $250 to $2,000 per SMC catalog (online at smc.edu/catalog). The mandatory upper-division coursework fee Student Services, Activities, &

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year, and are awarded as a check issued directly PLEASE NOTE: Short-term and open-ended for students pursuing the Bachelor of Science Health Fee
to the student. courses have their own deadlines (go to smc. degree in Interaction Design is $84 per graded If you withdraw from winter session classes at
edu/datesdeadlines for details). unit. This fee is IN ADDITION TO the $46 per Santa Monica College before your semester’s
unit enrollment fee, for a total of $130 per published refund deadline, you will receive a
Academic POLICY ON FEES
 graded unit for students classified as residents.
Students classified as nonresidents must pay
100% refund for the Health fee, the SMC Student
I.D. fee, and the A.S. fee.
Policies ATTENTION: Payment Policy
the mandatory upper-division coursework fee
of $84 per graded unit IN ADDITION TO the $46
On-Campus Parking Decal Fee
• Payment of enrollment and related fees for enrollment fee AND the $324 tuition fee, for
winter session courses you enroll in is due by a total of $454 per graded unit. Students who The parking fee is not refundable after 10% of the
MATRICULATION December 12, 2018, at 7 p.m. If you enroll in qualify for an Assembly Bill 947 exemption must term. To obtain a refund, present your parking
SMC has a planned education process called any course(s) after this payment deadline, you pay the mandatory upper-division coursework decal and receipt at the Bursar’s Office.
“matriculation,” which helps you match your must pay the enrollment and related fees by fee of $84 per graded unit IN ADDITION TO the
interests, abilities, needs, and goals with the midnight the same day or you will be dropped $46 enrollment fee AND the $300 tuition fee, for UNIT LOAD LIMIT
College’s courses, programs, and services. The from the course(s). Please see smc.edu/ a total of $430 per graded unit. Students who are in good standing may take
matriculation process includes assessment, enrollinfo for more details about the payment up to sixteen (16) units during the fall or spring
orientation, and educational planning/counseling policy and payment deadlines. Materials & Supplies Fees semester, and eight (8) units during the summer
to design a program of courses that meets your or winter session. Please consult a counselor for
• If you postponed your fees, a hold will be Some classes require additional fees for materials
education goals. details.
placed on your records and will remain until and supplies. Students should consult the class
To find out how the matriculation process can the fees are paid. A hold on your records listings in the Schedule of Classes to determine
benefit you, please see the annual SMC catalog
(available online at smc.edu/catalog) or —
prevents you from enrolling in courses at whether any such fees are required. Fees for PROBATIONARY &
SMC and restricts access to Admissions Office materials and supplies are not refundable. DISQUALIFIED STUDENT
better yet! — stop by and talk to one of SMC’s
services such as providing transcripts, issuing
academic counselors in the Welcome Center or
diplomas, etc.
POLICIES
the Counseling Department. On-Campus Parking Decal Fee
• If you do not drop a course by the refund Santa Monica College students are expected to
This fee is required ONLY if you wish to use take responsibility for meeting the SMC Student
deadline, you will be responsible for paying the the on-campus parking facilities at SMC’s main
PROGRAM CHANGES fees — even if you did not go to class. Success Standards of “Academic Achievement”
campus (parking is FREE at satellite campuses, (maintaining a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better
Enrollment in classes is done online through • See smc.edu/fees for the latest details. BUT requires a decal; see smc.edu/transportation
Corsair Connect at smc.edu/cc. Beginning the in all classes taken at Santa Monica College) and
for details). Regular parking decals — which can “Timely Progress” (not exceeding the allowed
day of the second class meeting, you will need be purchased online through Corsair Connect
an Instructor Authorization Code to add courses, Enrollment Fee percentage of I, W, and NP notations). Failure to
at smc.edu/cc — are $85 for the fall or spring meet these standards can lead to:
even if space is available. This is a state-mandated student enrollment fee
semester and $45 for the winter or summer • Academic probation or progress probation,
of $46 per unit, and is subject to change without
session. Funds from this fee are used to maintain either one of which will limit how many units
ATTENDANCE & WITHDRAWALS notice.
and improve SMC’s parking facilities. a student may enroll in, which cannot exceed a
FROM CLASSES Students who qualify for a California College maximum of 9 units in a spring or fall semester,
SMC Student I.D. Card & Promise Grant (CCPG) because they or their or 5 units in a winter or summer session;
A STUDENT ENROLLED IN ANY CLASS AT SMC
MUST ATTEND — OR (IF AN ONLINE CLASS) Associated Students Activities Fee family currently receive benefits under • Academic disqualification; or
ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE IN — ALL SESSIONS This is an optional fee of $32.50 that includes Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF/
• Progress disqualification.
OF THE CLASS THAT MEET DURING THE FIRST the fee of $13, which funds the cost of the SMC CalWORKs), or SSI/SSP (Supplemental Security
Income), or General Assistance/General Relief Both academic and progress disqualification
WEEK OF THE CLASS OR RISK BEING DROPPED Student I.D. card with picture, and the Associated
are eligible to purchase an on-campus parking will result in a limit of up to six (6) units maximum
FROM THE CLASS BY THE INSTRUCTOR. Student Activities fee of $19.50, which funds
decal at a reduced rate. during the spring and fall semesters — and up
You may withdraw from classes online through services (such as “Any Line, Any Time” rides on
to three (3) units maximum in the winter and
Corsair Connect at smc.edu/cc. It is the YOUR the Big Blue Bus) and activities for the entire summer sessions — if a student is reinstated. If
responsibility to withdraw from a class by Santa Monica College student body. Returned Payments &
 a student has been disqualified from SMC more
the course-specific deadline — informing the The SMC Student I.D. card fee and Associated Outstanding Balances than once, the student will be asked to take a
instructor is NOT sufficient notice. Failure to Students Activities fee are both optional. Contact Returned checks and rejected credit card break from attending SMC for up to a maximum
withdraw (officially drop) from a class could the Admissions Office or Bursar’s Office at time of one year.
payments are subject to a fee of up to $25 and
result in a grade of F (0.0). of enrollment if you do not wish to pay these are taken care of at the Auxiliary Services Office, If there is ANY possibility that you may be
The Admissions Office is not responsible for fees. located at 1738 Pearl St. An administrative hold placed on academic or progress probation or
incomplete online transactions. Please confirm will be placed on your records until the matter be disqualified, you should IMMEDIATELY make
your transactions (including withdrawals), then Health Services Fee is resolved. If you leave SMC owing a balance arrangements to discuss your situation with
print and review your revised schedule. You must and do not pay it, you will be responsible for all a counselor. For details, please visit the SMC
have this proof to contest any discrepancies. This is a mandatory fee of $19 that provides a
collection costs and/or attorney’s fees. This debt Counseling website at smc.edu/counseling and
variety of health services. Students are exempt
• Specific deadlines to request a refund, avoid may also be reported to all three major credit click on the “Disqualified and Probation Policies”
from paying the Health Services fee if they:
a W, or receive a guaranteed W are listed in bureaus. link in the menu on the left-hand side of the page,
your Corsair Connect account. • Enroll exclusively in noncredit or not-for-credit or see a counselor. Additional information on
• Late withdrawals with extenuating circum- courses, or enroll in online classes only, or academic and progress probation, academic and
WITHDRAWAL REFUND progress disqualification, and requirements for
stance: After the guaranteed “W” deadline • Declare in a personally-signed statement that
has passed, you may withdraw from a class they depend exclusively on prayer for healing SCHEDULE reinstatement is also available in the annual SMC
using the Late Withdrawal Petition Process in accordance with the teachings of a bona If you are eligible for a refund, it will catalog (available online at smc.edu/catalog).
ONLY if there are extenuating circumstances fide religious sect (documentation of such an be processed and mailed to you within PLEASE NOTE: Students who are disqualified
(such as verified cases of an accident, illness, affiliation is required). approximately 45 days of the start of the term. for academic and/or progress reasons due to fall
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IN F OR M ATION & POL IC IES 2018 grades will be dropped AUTOMATICALLY ONE TIME without the need to request permission • SMC Human Resources Office, 310-434- (29 U.S.C. § 794), 1990년 미국 장애인 보호법
from all previously enrolled winter 2019 classes. from a counselor. After that, you MUST talk to 4415 or hrcomplaints@smc.edu (located on (42 U.S.C. § 12100 및 이하 참조) 및 연령차별금
one of SMC’s academic counselors. Check the the second floor of the SMC Administration 지법(42 U.S.C. § 6101).
CALIFORNIA COLLEGE PROMISE Santa Monica College catalog (available online at Building, 2714 Pico Blvd), regarding any
학생, 직원 및 그 외 대학과 관련있는 사람들이
smc.edu/catalog) for details. complaint of unlawful discrimination, including
GRANT (CCPG) SATISFACTORY 평등한 고용 기회와 비차별에 대한 당 교육구의 정책
sexual harassment and sexual discrimination;
ACADEMIC PROGRESS 위반의 가능성에 대한 우려를 신고하는 것은 중요합
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS or
니다. 당 교육구의 정책에 대한 정보를 원하거나 위
REQUIREMENT • Steve Hunt, ADA/504 Compliance Officer, 에 나열된 법률 위반을 신고해야 하는 경우에는 아래
The Associate degrees (AA, AS, AA-T, AS-T) are 310-434-4689 or hunt_steve@smc.edu (office
The State of California now requires California granted upon completion of sixty (60) degree- 담당자들에게 연락해야 합니다.
College Promise Grant recipients to meet certain located in Room 265 of the SMC Library),
applicable units (general education, area of regarding disability discrimination complaints. • 성추행 및 성차별을 포«‘한 ∫“법 차별 행위에 대한
minimum academic standards. Please note: study, and electives) with a cumulative grade 모든 항의/신고 - 샌디 정 SMC Human Resources
• To remain CCPG-eligible, students must point average of C (2.0) or higher. A minimum Office, (310) 434-4415 hrcomplaints@smc.
maintain at least a 2.0 GPA and a course of twelve (12) units must be completed at Santa DECLARACIÓN DE NO
edu (SMC 행정관 2층에 위치, 2714 Pico Blvd),
completion rate of at least 50%. Monica College. DISCRIMINACIÓN 또는
• Students who fail to meet the GPA and/or You must file a Petition for Graduation with El Distrito de Santa Monica Community
completion rate standards will be placed on the Admissions Office. Deadlines for filing: • 장애 차별에 대한 모든 항의/불만 신고 – 스티브 헌
College tiene el compromiso de crear un
CCPG Probation. 트 (Steve Hunt), ADA/504 Compliance Officer,
• Spring — Start of winter session through ambiente inclusivo y diverso y de mantener
un programa comprensivo para asegurarse (310) 434-4689 또는 hunt_steve@smc.edu
• Students on CCPG Probation have one major April 15
term (fall or spring semester) to raise their GPA de que la practica refleja estos principios. La (SMC 도서관 2층 265호에 사무실 위치)
• Summer — Start of summer session through
and/or completion rate. July 31 diversdad entre el ambiente colegial provée
STUDENT PRIVACY RIGHTS
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• Students who fail to raise their GPA and/or oportunidad para fomentar el conocimiento,
• Fall — Start of fall semester through la erudición, y la sensibilidad mutual, luchar
completion rate up to the minimum standards December 1 The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
may become ineligible for a CCPG for the contra los estereotipos arraigados, y promover (FERPA) gives students certain rights with respect
Check the Santa Monica College catalog la comprensión y respeto mutual. Las reglas del
next fall or spring semester unless they (a) to their education records. For a full explanation
(available online at smc.edu/catalog) for details, Distrito sobre igualdad de oportunidades del
have already enrolled in the next fall or spring of FERPA and its implications for college students,
including requirements for graduating with empleo y de nondiscriminación se disponen
semester; or (b) have not yet completed 12 please see the SMC catalog (online at smc.edu/
honors. en las polisas 2405, 2410, 3120-3123, 5220,
units. catalog) or contact the Admissions Office. What
5230 y 5530. El Distrito está comprometido a la appears below is ONLY a brief summary.
For more information about the new CCPG igualdad de oportunidades y nondiscriminación
College Policies
Satisfactory Academic Progress Requirement, en los ambientes de la educación y del trabajo A student’s FERPA rights include:
including how to appeal the loss of CCPG en acuerdo con las leyes, incluyendo, sin la 1. The right to inspect and review the student’s
eligibility, please go to the SMC Financial Aid limitación, el Código de las Regulaciones de education records within 45 days of the day
webpage. California Título 5, § 59300 y ss.; el Código de the College receives a request for access.
OPEN ENROLLMENT Gobierno de California §§ 11135-11139.5; la Ley California law requires that records be
PREREQUISITES & Unless specifically exempted by statute or sobre Equidad de Sexo en la Educación (Código provided within 15 working days.
COREQUISITES CHALLENGES regulation, every course, course selection, de Educación de California § 66250 y ss.); el 2. The right to request the amendment of the
or class offered and maintained by the Santa Título VI de la Ley de 1964 sobre Derechos Civiles student’s education records that the student
Students who have not completed prerequisite Monica Community College District and reported (42 U.S.C. § 2000d); el Título IX de las Enmiendas believes are inaccurate, misleading, or
or corequisite courses at Santa Monica College for state aid shall be fully open to enrollment de Educación de 1972 (20 U.S.C. § 1681), Artículo otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy
or other colleges may challenge the requirement and participation by any person who has been 504 de la Ley de 1973 sobre Rehabilitación (29 rights under FERPA.
under certain circumstances by submitting admitted to Santa Monica College and who U.S.C. § 794); la Ley de 1990 sobre Americanos
a Prerequisite Challenge Petition to the 3. The right to provide written consent before
meets the prerequisites established according to con Incapacid