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1 B E R K E L E Y C I T Y C O L L E G E (BCC) 2050 Center St., Berkeley, CA 94704; (511) ; Welcome to Summer Session at Berkeley City College BERKELEY CITY COLLEGE COLLEGE OF ALAMEDA LANEY COLLEGE MERRITT COLLEGE June 16 - July 24, 2014 P E R A L T A C O M M U N I T Y C O L L E G E D I S T R I C T

2 Berkeley City College 2014 Summer Class Schedule 2 Welcome to Berkeley City College Welcome to Berkeley City College's 2014 summer session. Our summer classes provide you with a variety of lower division transfer and job training classes at times to fit your schedule. They are excellent ways for you to start college. About Pre-and-Co-Requisites Certain Berkeley City College courses have prerequisites or corequisites. Pre-and-corequisites are listed in italics below the course title. Courses with prerequisites, corequisites and recommended preparation are implemented in accordance with Title 5 regulations and Board Policy. For more information about pre-andcorequisites, consult a BCC counselor. Students who complete prerequisites outside the Peralta District must submit a copy of an unofficial transcript or grade report when they enroll. Remember These Important Dates* For Summer Session Classes June 16 Summer Classes begin. June 18 Last day to drop regular session classes with refund. June 18 Last day to drop regular session classes without "W."** June 18 Last day to add classes. June 23 Census day. June 25 Last day to file for Pass/No Pass grading option. June 26 Last day to file petitions for AA/AS Degree or Certificate. July 4 Holiday. Classes do not meet. July 15 Last day to withdraw from regular summer classes with a W. All fees are due, even if classes are dropped on this day. July 15 Attendance verification day. July 24 Summer Session ends. July 31 Grade Rosters/Rollbooks Due *Dates subject to change. **Last day to drop without a "W" appearing on your transcript may vary for Short-Term and Open Entry, Open Exit classes. Important Note About This Publication for Students with Disabilities This publication is available in an alternate media format upon request. Should you need further accommodations, contact Programs and Services for Students with Disabilities at How to Register For Berkeley City College's 2014 Summer Session Monday, June 16 thru Thursday, July 24 (Classes do not meet and the college is closed on Fridays during the summer. You may register at Berkeley City College, College of Alameda, Laney or Merritt colleges for Summer Session classes; you may also register on the Internet at or at Please note that the colleges are closed Friday, Apr. 18; Friday, May 16; Monday, May 26; and Friday, July 4, New, Former and High School Students Apply for Summer 2014 You are a new student if you never have attended a Peralta college. You are a former student if you were enrolled before Fall New and former student enrollment begins Mon., May 5. High school student enrollment begins Mon., May 12. Step 1: Follow registration and enrollment instructions on p. 20 (back cover). Step 2: Make an appointment for Assessment at ( ). Step 3: Enrollment (you will be given an enrollment appointment when you apply). Step 4: Check your for enrollment confirmation. It will lead you to an assessment date or to an appointment date to add your classes. Summer Admissions Office Hours*: Mon., Tue., Thur., 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Wed., 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Make Your Appointment for Assessment and Orientation Berkeley City College Assessment and Orientation Sessions take place April through August in Rm You may review practice questions for English and math assessment at To schedule an Assessment and Orientation appointment, phone (510) See p. 5 for assessment dates. *Note that office hours are subject to change. BCC Library Hours See p. 4 for summer library hours. Priority Enrollment For Continuing Students (Enrolled in Fall 2013 or Spring 2014) You will receive an appointment via . You may enroll online by appointment beginning Thur., Apr. 10. Priority appointments for CalWORKs, DSP&S, EOPS, Foster Youth, Veteran students begin Mon., Apr. 7. Priority appointments for First Year Experience (FYE), New Matriculated Students (who have taken COUN 200), Student Athletes, and TRiO students begin Wed., Apr. 9. Enrollment Fees** The current California community college enrollment fee for students who have lived continuously in the state one or more years is $46 per unit. Out-of state-students pay $259 per unit (the cost includes the $46 per unit enrollment fee). International students pay $265 per unit, which includes the $46 per unit enrollment fee and a Capital Outlay Fee up to $144 per year; and an $15 summer Health Services Fee. All students pay a $2 Campus Center Use Fee. Call the college's Cashier's Office at (510) for details. Online Classes For information about BCC's summer online classes, visit or call (510) **All community college enrollment fees are subject to change by the California legislature.

3 Berkeley City College 2014 Summer Class Schedule 3 Berkeley City College Welcomes You! Welcome to Berkeley City College, where we are dedicated to your success! If you are a new student, you will find a vibrant, diverse, and socially engaged learning community whose members will help you reach your educational goals. If you are a returning student, welcome back! Congratulations on beginning or continuing your degree or certificate, resuming job training or focusing on transferring to a university. You can choose from majors in a variety of areas, including American Sign Language, Accounting, Art, Biotechnology, Business, Computer Information Systems, English, Global Studies, Office Technology, Liberal Arts, Multimedia Arts, Public and Human Services, Spanish and Spanish Medical Interpreting. In addition, Berkeley City College offers eleven Associate Degrees for Transfer in: Art History (AA-T), Business Administration (AS-T), Elementary Teacher Education (AA-T), English (AA-T), History (AA-T)Mathematics (AS-T), Philosophy (AA-T), Political Science (AA-T), Psychology (AA-T), Sociology (AA-T) and Studio Art (AA-T). These degrees allow you to transfer directly to a California State University. For more information about AA-T or AS-T degrees, see p. 59 of BCC s Catalog. Internships in the sciences and community service opportunities will enhance your education. All will prepare you for employment, improve your skills or allow you to continue your education at a four-year institution. Along the way, your classmates, our faculty, and staff will provide you with support and encouragement. That type of care, concern, and collaboration are part of Berkeley City College s unique commitment to your future. I wish you a rich and rewarding experience at Berkeley City College. I am confident that you will discover and develop your best talents, attain your goals, and move on to a brilliant future. Sincerely, Dr. Deborah Budd, President American Sign Language ASL 50, 4 Units American Sign Language I 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP). Prerequisite: ASL 50A is prerequisite to 50B. Course may be offered in two, 2-unit modules (ASL 50A-50B). Students must complete both modules with a grade of C or better to advance to the next level. Course is equivalent to two years of high school study. Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU Introduction to American Sign Language: Fundamentals of ASL conversation and storytelling; basic information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture.. Section B1L, Code # 30754, Instr. Hauschildt Lec: 9-11:05 am, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 223 Lab: 11:15 am-1:20 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 223 ASL 200A, 2 Units Classifiers I 2 hours lecture (GR or P/NP). Prerequisite: ASL 50 or 50A. Corequisite: ASL 50B Introduction to the visual-gestural aspects of American Sign Language classifiers. Section B1, Code # 30550, Instr. Barnett Lec: 6:30-9:20 pm, MW; BCC, Rm. 223 ASL 202A, 1 Unit Fingerspelling and Numbers I.5 hours lecture, 1.5 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP). Prerequisite: ASL 50 or 50A. Corequisite: ASL 50B Introduction to numerical and fingerspelling systems in American Sign Language. Section B1L, Code # 30552, Instr. Amundsen Lec: 6:30-7:15 pm, TTh; BCC, Rm. 223 Lab: 7:20-9:25 pm, TTh; BCC, Rm. 223 ASL Fee Based Classes To enroll and pay for ASL 800-Level classes, you must mail or bring your check, money order or cash to BCC's ASL Department, 2050 Center St., 4th Floor, Berkeley, CA Make checks payable to Berkeley City College. There is no online registration and credit cards are not accepted. For details, contact Nancy Cayton at (510) or at (510) (VP). ASL 820, 0 Unit ASL for the Novice Fee-Based, Non-Credit Class; students do NOT receive grades on their transcripts: The fee is $70. Note: To enroll, call (510) (Voice) or (510) (VP) or Nancy Cayton at An introduction to American Sign Language. Through the development of spatial skills, basic vocabulary and useful grammar structures, students will engage in simple conversations about everyday situations. No previous signing experience necessary. Section B1, Instr. Galindez Lec: 10 am-noon, W; BCC, Rm. 226 Class Begins Wednesday, 6/18/14 Section B2, Instr. Barnett Lec: 6-8 pm, T; BCC, Rm. 226 ASL 821, 0 Unit ASL Conversation II Fee-Based, Non-Credit Class; students do NOT receive grades on their transcripts: The fee is $70. Prerequisite: Completion of two semesters of ASL. Note: To enroll, call (510) (Voice) or (510) (VP) or Nancy Cayton at Conversation skills at the intermediate level will be worked on. How to discuss current events also will be introduced. This class can be helpful in overcoming anxiety about having conversations with Deaf people in the community. (see p. 4, column 1)

4 Berkeley City College 2014 Summer Class Schedule 4 ASL 821, 0 Unit (from p. 3, column 3) Section B1, Instr. Galindez Lec: 6-8 pm, W; BCC, Rm. 226 Class Begins Wednesday, 6/18/14 ASL 822, 0 Unit Vocabulary Development II Fee-Based, Non-Credit Class; students do NOT receive grades on their transcripts: The fee is $70. Prerequisite: Completion of three or more semesters of ASL. Note: To enroll, call (510) (Voice) or (510) (VP) or Nancy Cayton at In addition to improving students vocabulary, this class will clear up commonly misunderstood and misused signs; discuss selection of appropriate signs for conceptual accuracy and clarify tense. Section B1, Instr. Galindez Lec: 6-8 pm, Th; BCC, Rm. 226 Class Begins Thursday, 6/19/14 Anthropology ANTHR 1, 3 Units Introduction to Physical Anthropology. Study of human beings and their ancestors: Emphasis on relationships to other mammals, physical record of evolution, and processes responsible for evolution. Section B1, Code # 30540, Instr. Preston Lec: 6-9:50 pm, MW; BCC, Rm. 54 Section B2, Code # 31262, Instr. Staff Lec: Dates, Times, Place TBA Note: Online Transfer College class takes place online. Visit for details. ANTHR 1L, 1 Unit Physical Anthropology Lab 4 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP). Prerequisite or corequisite: ANTHR 1. Adjunct laboratory to ANTHR 1: Emphasis on working with replicas of bones and visits to museums and zoos to study primate behavior and hominid evolution Section B1L, Code # 30692, Instr. Jones Lec: 9 am-12:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 422 ANTHR 2, 3 Units Introduction to Archaeology and Prehistory World prehistory as reconstructed from the archaeological and physical evidence of cultural beginnings through the early agricultural civilizations of Africa, America, and Euro- Asia: Archaeological methods, techniques, and problems. Section B1, Code # 30707, Instr. Smithson Lec: Dates, Times, Place TBA Note: Online Transfer College class takes place online. Visit for details ANTHR 3, 3 Units Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology Cross-cultural analysis of social and cultural factors of human behavior in the recent past and present. Section B1, Code # 30632, Instr. Kies Lec: Dates, Times, Place TBA Note: Online Transfer College class takes place online; Arabic ARAB 1A, 5 Units Elementary Modern Standard Arabic 5 hours lecture (GR or P/NP). Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU. This course is equivalent to two years of high school study. Study and practice in understanding, speaking, reading and writing Modern Standard Arabic: Emphasis on understanding basic grammatical concepts and vocabulary building; basic readings in Arabic and multinational Arab life and culture. Section B1, Code # 31266, Instr. Staff Lec: 1:30-6 pm, MTTh; BCC, Rm. 53 Art ART 1, 3 Units Introduction to Art History Introduction to art purposes, principles and forms: Basic understanding of stylistic development and methods of analysis with emphasis on twentieth century art. Section B1, Code # 30541, Instr. Staff Lec: 10 am-12:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 315 Section B2, Code # 30690, Instr. Apelian Lec: Dates, Times, Place TBA Note: Online Transfer College class takes place online; ART 3, 3 Units History of Western Art: Renaissance to Contemporary Art Recommended Preparation: ENGL 1A Major visual art forms of Western cultures from the Renaissance period to Contemporary period: Survey of the foremost artists and their works. Section B1, Code # 31125, Instr. Staff Lec: 1:30-4:20 pm, MTW; BCC, Rm. 31 Section B2, Code # 31126, Instr. Apelian Lec: Dates, Times, Place TBA Note: Online Transfer College class takes place online. Visit for details. ART 20, 3 Units Beginning Drawing and Composition 2 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory (GR or P/ NP). Freehand drawing with various media: Drawing techniques and fundamentals of composition applied to subject matter including an introduction to perspective. Section B1L, Code # 30543, Instr. Eisen Lec: 9-10:15 am, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Lab: 10:30 am-1:20 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Section B2L, Code # 30626, Instr. Eisen Lec: 5:30-6:45 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Lab: 7-9:50 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Berkeley City College Library Hours* During Summer Session June 16 to July 24, 2014 Hours: 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. *Hours subject to change.

5 Berkeley City College 2014 Summer Class Schedule 5 ART 22, 3 Units Intermediate Drawing & Composition 2 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory (GR or P/ NP). Acceptable for credit:uc/ CSU Exploration of artistic concepts, styles, and creative expression related to intermediate-level drawing, complex subject matter and concepts using a variety of drawing mediums, techniques, and methodologies: Foundations of drawing skills to develop personalized approaches to content and materials in exercises covering multiple historical and contemporary approaches to drawing. Section B1L, Code # 31078, Instr. Eisen Lec: 9-10:15 am, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Lab: 10:30 am-1:20 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Section B2L, Code # 31124, Instr. Eisen Lec: 5:30-6:45 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Lab: 7-9:50 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 ART 24, 2 Units Special Projects: Drawing 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR).. Independent exploration and experimentation in special areas of drawing. Section B1L, Code # 30619, Instr. Eisen Lec: 9-10:15 am, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Lab: 10:30 am-1:20 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Section B2L, Code # 30630, Instr. Eisen Lec: 5:30-6:45 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 Lab: 7-9:50 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 411 ART 46, 3 Units Two Dimensional Visual Design 2 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP). Acceptable for credit:uc/ CSU Fundamental elements of design: Dot, line, plane, volume, space, color, texture and light; laboratory experience in visual composition and layout emphasizing two dimensional design. Section B1L, Code # 31080, Instr. Kim Lec: Dates, Times, Place TBA Note: Online Transfer College class takes place online. Visit for details. ART 50, 3 Units Beginning Painting 2 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP). Recommended Preparation: ART 20. Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU Emphasis on the basic techniques of oil or acrylic painting: Preparation and use of canvas and supports, color mixing, composition in a variety of styles, development of imaginative and objective images. Section B1L, Code # 30547, Instr. Pettite Lec: 2-3:15 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 413 Lab: 3:30-6:20 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 413 ART 52, 3 Units Intermediate Painting 2 hours lecture, 4 hours laboratory (GR or P/ NP). Intermediate-level development of skills, composition and techniques, application of color theory, concepts, style, and creative expression in acrylic, oil, and mixed media; development of personal approach to content and materials in relation to historical and contemporary approaches to painting. Section B1L, Code # 31082, Instr. Pettite Lec: 2-3:15 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 413 Lab: 3:30-6:20 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 413 Berkeley City College Assessment & Orientation Dates To schedule an Assessment and Orientation appointment, phone (510) Assessment sessions take place at BCC, Rm If you need special accommodations for the assessment/ orientation, or need to have the assessment test in an alternate format such as large print or Braille, please contact Programs and Services for Students with Disabilities (PSSD) staff at (510) April Monday, 4/07 Tuesday, 4/08 Wednesday, 4/09 Thursday, 4/10 Monday, 4/21 Tuesday, 4/22 (ESL Only) Wednesday, 4/23 Thursday, 4/24 Monday, 4/28 Tuesday, 4/29 Wednesday 4/30 May Monday, 5/05 Tuesday, 5/06 Wednesday, 5/07 Thursday, 5/08 Monday, 5/12 Tuesday, 5/13 (ESL Only) Wednesday, 5/14 Tuesday, 5/20 Wednesday, 5/28 June Monday, 6/02 Tuesday, 6/03 Wednesday, 6/04 (ESL Only) Thursday, 6/05 Thursday, 6/12 (ESL Only) Monday, 6/16 Tuesday, 6/17 Wednesday, 6/18 Thursday, 6/19 Monday, 6/23 Tuesday, 6/24 Wednesday, 6/25 Thursday, 6/26 9:00am 1:00pm ART 54, 2 Units Special Projects: Painting 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR or P/ NP). Continued study and skill development with oil and acrylics: May include production of murals and other large-scale paintings as well as individual projects. Section B1L, Code # 30621, Instr. Pettite Lec: 2-2:45 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 413 Lab: 2:55-5 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 413 July Monday, 7/07 Tuesday, 7/08 Wednesday, 7/09 Thursday, 7/10 Monday, 7/14 (ESL Only) Tuesday, 7/15 Wednesday, 7/16 Thursday, 7/17 Monday, 7/21 Tuesday, 7/22 Wednesday,7/23 Tuesday, 7/29 Wednesday, 7/30 August Monday, 8/04 Tuesday, 8/05 Wednesday, 8/06 Thursday, 8/07 Monday 8/11 Tuesday, 8/12 (ESL Only) Wednesday, 8/13 Thursday, 8/14 Monday, 8/18 (ESL Only) Tuesday, 8/19 Wednesday,8/20 (ESL Only) Thursday, 8/21 Thursday, 8/22 Tuesday, 8/26 Wednesday, 8/27 Thursday, 8/28 *An orientation session in Spanish, and Cantonese can be scheduled. Please call the assessment staff at if you would like more information about these orientations. Thank you.

6 Berkeley City College 2014 Summer Class Schedule 6 Biology BIOL 1A, 5 Units General Biology 3 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory (GR). Prerequisite: CHEM 1A. Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU Introduction to general biology: Cell structure and function, metabolism, molecular and organismal genetics, and animal physiology. Section B1L, Code # 30554, Instr. Yang Lec: 8-10:05 am, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 518 Lab: 10:30-2:20 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 522 BIOL 10, 4 Units Introduction to Biology 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR). Not open for credit to students who have completed or are currently enrolled in BIOL 1A or 1B or 25. Students with previous credit in BIOL 11 receive only 1 unit of credit for BIOL 10. Fundamentals of biology for the non-major: Scientific inquiry, biological chemistry, cell structure and function, DNA and genetics, evolution and ecology, and an overview of living organisms. Includes laboratory exercises designed to complement lectures. Section B1LA, Code # 30556, Instr. Blitch Lec: 10:15 am-12:30 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 431 Lab: 1-3:15 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 513 Section B1LB, Code # 30918, Instr. Blitch Lec: 10:15 am-12:30 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 431 Lab: 3:30-5:45 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 513 High school graduate? Want to earn an associate degree then transfer to a university? Ask about First Year Experience (FYE) at BCC. This cohort program provides you with intensive support and early planning to help you succeed in college. If you qualify for English 1A, you can apply to FYE. For details, visit: wp/fye BIOL 230A, 2 Units Scientific Instrumentation I 1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR). Not open for credit to students who have completed BIOL 230. Introduction to the laboratory: Use of common equipment items, including hand-held measuring devices, scales, ph meters, spectrophotometers, centrifuges and autoclave; laboratory mathematics, media and buffer preparation, aseptic technique, basic microbiological techniques, chemical safety, hazardous waste disposal, and good manufacturing practices. Section B1L, Code # 31116, Instr. Staff Lec: 2:30-3:20 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 522 Lab: 3:30-6:20 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 522 Business BUS 1A, 4 Units Financial Accounting 4 hours lecture (GR) Study of purposes, theory, and specific methods of accounting: Systems and methods employed in accumulating data for financial statements; income measurement including cost measurement, classification, and expiration; revenue recognition and measurement. Section B1, Code # 30557, Instr. El Giheny Lec: 2-5:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 431 BUS 2, 3 Units Introduction to Business Law General survey of business law: Principles of law on contracts, sales agency, torts, partnerships and corporations, and the uniform commercial code. Section B1, Code # 31107, Instr. Staff Lec: 6-8:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 52 BUS 10, 3 Units Introduction to Business Introduction to business: Survey of various phases of business organization, finance, personnel, production, marketing managerial controls, and government-business relations. Section B1, Code # 30558, Instr. Garrett Lec: 9-11:50 am, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 54 Chemistry CHEM 1A, 5 Units General Chemistry 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lecture-demonstration, 3 hours laboratory (GR). Prerequisite: MATH 203 or 211D. Recommended preparation: CHEM 30A or 50. Acceptable for credit: UC/CSU General principles of chemistry: Measurements, atomic theory, chemical nomenclature, chemical composition, stoichiometry, reactions in aqueous solution, thermochemistry, electron configurations, periodic properties, chemical bonding, gases, liquids, solids, and solutions. Section B1L, Code # 30560, Instr. Sharma Lec: Noon-4:15 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 518 Lab: 8-10:15 am, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 521 CHEM 1B, 5 Units General Chemistry 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lecture-demonstration, 3 hours laboratory (GR). Prerequisite: CHEM 1A. General principles of chemistry: Kinetics, equilibrium, acid-base equilibria, buffers, solubility equilibria, entropy and free energy, electro-chemistry, nuclear chemistry, coordination chemistry, and an introduction to organic chemistry. Section B1L, Code # 30562, Instr. Ho Lec: 8 am-12:15 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 34 Lab: 2-4:15 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 521 Want to earn your college degree or train for good-paying jobs? Ask about BCC's PERSIST Program. This PERSIST cohort was designed to help you transfer to a four-year university or quickly enter Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathways in Multimedia Arts, Public and Human Service and Elementary Teacher Education. For details, visit: wp/persist

7 Berkeley City College 2014 Summer Class Schedule 7 CHEM 30A, 4 Units Introductory General Chemistry 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR). Prerequisite: MATH 201 or 210D or 208. Fundamental principles of general chemistry: Metric measurements, matter and energy, atomic structure, chemical nomenclature, chemical bonding, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gas laws, nuclear chemistry; properties of liquids, solids, solutions, acids, and bases. Section B1L, Code # 30564, Instr. Singh Lec: 8-10:15 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 53 Lab: 11 am-1:15 pm, MTWTh; BCC, Rm. 521 Communication COMM 3, 3 Units Introduction to Human Communication 3 Hours Lecture, (GR/PNP). Study of human communication: Focus on verbal and nonverbal participation and effective listening in interpersonal contexts, group dynamics, and public speaking. Section B1, Code # 31086, Instr. Staff Lec: 1-5:15 pm, TTh; BCC, Rm. TBA COMM 5, 3 Units Persuasion and Critical Thinking Prerequisite: ENGL 1A. Critical thinking skills: Principles of reasoning and persuasion, and analysis and evaluation of communication; emphasis on structure of arguments, quality of evidence, formal and informal fallacies, and effect of media on argumentation. Section B1, Code # 31087, Instr. Staff Lec: 8 am-12:15 pm, TTh; BCC, Rm. 423 COMM 20, 3 Units Interpersonal Communication Skills Analysis of communication needs and improvement of skills: Listening, perception, nonverbal communication, semantics, and conflict management. Section B1, Code # 30567, Instr. Staff Lec: 1-5:15 pm, MW; BCC, Rm. 32 COMM 45, 3 Units Public Speaking Principles of public speaking: Oral presentations based on political and social issues; critical thinking, organization, and research. Section B1, Code # 31088, Instr. Thaning Lec: 6-9:50 pm, MW; BCC, Rm. 31 Computer Information Systems CIS 86, 4 Units Using Microcomputer Operating Systems 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP). Prerequisite: CIS 1. Microcomputer operating systems: Windows GUI vs. command line; using command line functions and utilities to manage, monitor, administer, troubleshoot, repair and recover the OS, data and resources; working with files, managing directories and hard disk organization; batch file programming; the Windows registry and network connectivity. Section B1L, Code # 31109, Instr. Staff Lec: 6-8:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 323 Lab: 2-4:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 323 CIS 105, 1 Unit Mechanics of Web Page Design 1 hour lecture (GR). Recommended preparation: CIS 237. Basic theory and practice of web page construction using HTML and authoring tools: Preparation of images for the web, interface design, and interactivity. Section B1, Code # 30565, Instr. McDermott Lec: 5:30-9:20 pm, M; BCC, Rm. 312 Late Start Class Meets 4 Mondays: 6/23, 6/30, 7/7 and 7/14/14 CIS 200, 1.5 Units Computer Concepts and Applications (Learn Microsoft Word, Excel, or Access) 1 hour lecture, 2 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP) Introduction to computer concepts: Terminology, word processing, spreadsheets, database management, presentation graphics, and the Internet.. Section B1L, Code # 30673, Instr. El Giheny Lec: 9-10:15 am, MW; BCC, Rm. 312 Lab: 10:30 am-1:20 pm, MW; BCC, Rm. 312 CIS 230,.5 Unit Laboratory Practice in Microcomputers 1.5 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP). Recommended preparation: CIS 200. Course study under this section may be repeated three times. Designed to provide laboratory experience not covered under other course offerings: Prescribed laboratory activities or establishment of a specialized course of study under direction of instructor. Section B1L, Code # 30674, Instr. El Giheny Lab: 10:30 am-1:20 pm, MW; BCC, Rm. 312 Counseling COUN 57, 3 Units Career and Life Planning Recommended preparation: ENGL 201B. Not open for credit to students who have completed LRNRE 57. In-depth career and life planning: Self-exploration, identifying values, interests, needs and goals; development of skills for assuming careers and lifestyles over the life span, influence of career choice on the quality of life, and the development of a career action plan. Designed to assist those students considering the transition of a career change or undecided about the selection of a college transfer major. Section B1, Code # 30623, Instr. Staff Lec: 9 am-12:50 pm, TTh; BCC, Rm. 31 Want to start your college degree while still in high school? Ask about BCC's PERSIST to College Program. The PERSIST to College cohort was designed to provide you with a focused transition to college before you graduate from high school. You can even finish one year of college credit while you are still a high school student. Want to know more? Visit: wp/persist-to-college

8 Berkeley City College 2014 Summer Class Schedule 8 Economics ECON 1, 3 Units Principles of Economics (Macro-Economics) Prerequisite: MATH 203 or 211D or 205B. Introductory economic concepts: Measurements of national income and production; causes of inflation, recession and depression; money and banking; government monetary and fiscal (spending and taxation) policies; stabilization techniques; economic growth; history of economic thought and philosophy. Section B1, Code # 30568, Instr. Williams Lec: Dates, Times, Place TBA Section B2, Code #30712, Instr. Sandhu Lec: 1-3:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. TBA ECON 2, 3 Units Principles of Economics (Micro-Economics) Prerequisite: MATH 203 or 211D or 205B. Principles of micro-economics: Forms of business organization, theory of the firm within competitive and non-competitive markets, distribution of income, poverty, labor issues, agriculture. Section B1, Code # 30569, Instr. Williams Lec: Dates, Times, Place TBA Want to make a difference in your world? Consider BCC's Global Studies Program. If you want to make a difference in your world through the study of areas such as history and globalization, consider a Global Studies associate degree. If you are an entering, full-time college student who seeks a broad educational foundation rooted in social justice and issues of social equity, and want to transfer to a university, consider Global Studies as your major. For details, visit: wp/global-studies English ENGL 1A, 4 Units Composition and Reading 4 hours lecture (GR). Prerequisite: ENGL 201B or appropriate placement through multiple-measures assessment process. Reading and writing expository prose: Critical thinking, identifying logical fallacies, and reasoning inductively and deductively. Section B1, Code # 30570, Instr. Ebron Lec: 6-9:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 311 Section B2, Code # 30571, Instr. King Lec: 9 am-12:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 311 Section B3, Code # 30638, Instr. Garrett Lec: 1-4:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 311 Section B4, Code # 30639, Instr. Staff Lec: 6-9:50 pm, M; BCC, Rm. 323 Note: Online Transfer College class meets Monday evenings; remainder of hours are online; Section B5, Code # 30709, Instr. Paige Lec: Date, Time, Place TBA Online Transfer College class; ENGL 1B, 4 Units Composition and Reading 4 hours lecture (GR). Prerequisite: ENGL 1A. Continued expository writing: Careful reading of selected plays, poems, and novels. Section B1, Code # 30572, Instr. Angevine Lec: 1-4:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 316 Section B2, Code # 30573, Instr. Smith Lec: 6-9:50 pm, TWTh; BCC, Rm. 316 Section B3, Code # 30640, Instr. Mantzaris Lec: 6-9:50 pm, M; BCC, Rm. 313 Note: Online Transfer College class meets Monday evenings; remainder of hours are online; (see column 3) ENGL 1B, 4 Units (from column 2) Section B4, Code # 30641, Instr. Jones Lec: 6-9:50 pm, M; BCC, Rm. 316 Note: Online Transfer College class meets Monday evenings; remainder of hours are online; Section B5, Code # 30710, Instr. Smith Lec: Date, Time, Place TBA Online Transfer College class; ENGL 5, 3 Units Critical Thinking in Reading and Writing Prerequisite: ENGL 1A. Development of the ability to analyze, criticize, and advocate ideas: Relationship of language to logic, induction and deduction, facts, inferences, judgments, and formal and informal fallacies of language and thought. Instructs in writing about issues of critical thinking to develop both thinking and writing skills. Section B1, Code # 30574, Instr. Lebo-Planas Lec: 1-5:15 pm, TTh; BCC, Rm. 33 Section B2, Code # 30575, Instr. Jones Lec: 8 am-12:15 pm, TTh; BCC, Rm. 33 ENGL 10A, 3 Units Creative Writing Prerequisite: ENGL 1A. Writing fiction, poetry, and drama: Careful analysis of the techniques used by established writers. Section B1, Code # 30643, Instr. Coleman Lec: 6:30-9:20 pm, MW; BCC, Rm. 55 Short-Term Note: Online Transfer College class meets Monday & Wednesday evenings 6/16, 6/18, 6/23, 6/25 and 7/21/14; remainder of hours are online;

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