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3 HOW TO REGISTER... for Credit classes Continuing Education pages FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE page 7 KEY DATES FOR SPRING 2014 January 15 January 20 Registration begins for 2014 Spring Semester Credit and Continuing Education classes Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday (campus closed) February 14 Lincoln s Birthday Holiday (campus closed) February Winter Intersession ends February 17 Washington s Birthday Holiday (campus closed) February 23 Residency determination date for Spring 2014 February Spring Semester begins March 7 March 31 Last day to change residency for Spring Cesar Chavez Holiday (campus closed) May 5 May 9 May 14 May 26 International student application due for 2014 Summer Intersession Last day to petition for 2014 Spring Commencement Registration begins for 2014 Summer Intersession Credit and Continuing Education classes Memorial Day Holiday (campus closed) June 9-15 June 9-15 June 13 June 15 June 23 Book Buy Back at SacBookRac Final Exams Commencement 2014 Spring Semester ends 2014 Summer Intersession begins The last day for withdrawal or for a refund is specific to the course and is listed on the Student Schedule/Receipt. CLASS SCHEDULE CHANGES & REGISTRATION INFO The Schedule of Classes represents intended course offerings, teacher assignments, deadlines, and fees as of the press date. The College reserves the right to cancel, reschedule, or combine classes, to change instructors, and modify fees and deadlines where such action is deemed necessary. Information about registration, student support services, college policies, and campus safety can be accessed online at ALTERNATIVE FORMATS This Schedule of Classes is available online at and in alternate formats (Braille, enlarged text, e-text, etc.) upon request. Please contact Disabled Student Programs & Services at (909) DROP-FOR-NONPAYMENT POLICY Students are reminded that payment for all fees is due upon registration. Students who fail to pay for their classes by the established deadlines will be dropped. The deadlines for paying of fees are Thursday, February 13, 2014 (for classes registered into through February 13) and Friday, February 21, 2014 (for classes registered into from Thursday, February 13 through February 21). These deadlines will be posted on the student portal at my.mtsac.edu and on the student Schedule/Receipt. Fee payment can be made either online any time (except from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.) or in person at the Bursar s Office (Building 9A) during regular business hours.

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7 2014 Spring Final Exam Schedule The schedule below is intended to provide professors a 2½ hour time period for final exams. Final exams are required in all courses for all students. Permission to schedule a final exam at a time other than the time it is regularly scheduled must be secured at least one week in advance of any change. The professor may not change the scheduled time for the final exam without authorization from his or her division dean. The student should consider the final exam schedule before selecting semester courses. Final exams are given in the same classroom in which classes meet regularly. Double-period classes meet according to the first day in the week that the class meets and according to the first period in the day the class meets. All Friday final exams between 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. will be held on Friday, June 13. Saturday and Sunday classes will conduct final exams on June 14 and 15 at the same time the classes regularly meet. Short-term classes will conduct final exams during the last class meeting. Afternoon and evening classes are shaded below. 7:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Monday, June 9 Tuesday, June 10 Wednesday, June 11 Thursday, June 12 Friday, June 13 M 8:00-11:10am M 8:30-11:40am M 8:00-12:15pm M 9:00-1:15pm MW 6:45-7:50am MW 6:55-8:20am MW 7:00-9:30am MW 7:30-8:35am MW 7:30-9:35am MW 8:00-9:25am MW 8:00-10:30am MW 8:15-9:20am MW 8:30-9:55am MW 8:30-10:35am MW 8:45-9:50am MWF 7:00-8:15am MWF 7:30-9:05am MWF 8:00-9:15am MWF 8:00-9:35am MWF 8:30-9:45am 4 days 7:30-8:40am 4 days 8:30-9:40am T 8:00-11:10am T 8:30-11:40am T 8:00-12:15pm T 9:00-1:15pm TTh 6:45-7:50am TTh 6:55-8:20am TTh 7:00-9:30am TTh 7:30-8:35am TTh 7:30-9:35am TTh 8:00-9:25am TTh 8:00-10:30am TTh 8:15-9:20am TTh 8:30-9:55am TTh 8:30-10:35am TTh 8:45-9:50am TThF 7:00-8:15am TThF 7:30-9:05am TThF 8:00-9:15am TThF 8:00-9:35am TThF 8:30-9:45am W 8:00-11:10am W 8:30-11:40am W 8:00-12:15pm W 9:00-1:15pm MW/WF 9:30-10:35am MW/WF 9:30-10:45am MW/WF 9:45-11:10am MW/WF 9:45-11:50am MW/WF 9:45-12:15pm MW/WF 10:00-11:05am MW/WF 10:00-11:15am MW/WF 10:15-11:40am MW/WF 10:45-11:50am MW/WF 10:45-12:50pm MW/WF 10:45-1:15pm MWF 9:15-10:50am MWF 9:45-11:20am 4 days 9:00-10:10am 4 days 10:00-11:10am 4 days 10:30-11:40am Th 8:00-11:10am Th 8:30-11:40am Th 8:00-12:15pm Th 9:00-1:15pm TTh 9:30-10:35am TTh 9:30-10:45am TTh 9:45-11:10am TTh 9:45-11:50am TTh 9:45-12:15pm TTh 10:00-11:05am TTh 10:00-11:15am TTh 10:15-11:40am TTh 10:45-11:50am TTh 10:45-12:50pm TTh 10:45-1:15pm TThF 9:15-10:50am TThF 9:45-11:20am F 8:00-11:10am F 8:30-11:40am F 8:00-12:15pm F 9:00-1:15pm WF 6:45-7:50am WF 7:00-9:30am WF 7:30-8:35am WF 8:15-9:20am WF 8:45-9:50am WF 8:00-10:30am M 11:30-2:40pm M 12:00-3:10pm MW 11:00-12:15pm MW 11:15-12:20pm MW 11:30-12:45pm MW 11:30-12:55pm MW 12:00-1:05pm MW 12:00-1:25pm MW 12:00-2:05pm MWF 11:00-12:35pm MWF 11:30-1:05pm 4 days 11:30-12:40pm 4 days 12:00-1:10pm M 1:30-5:45pm MW 1:00-3:05pm MW 1:15-2:20pm MW 1:15-2:40pm MW 1:45-2:50pm MW 1:30-4:00pm MW 1:45-3:10pm MW 2:15-4:20pm MWF 1:00-2:15pm MWF 1:15-2:50pm MWF 2:00-3:15pm 4 days 1:00-2:10pm 4 days 1:30-2:40pm M 3:00-6:10pm M 3:30-6:40pm MW 3:15-5:45pm MW 3:45-4:50pm MW 4:15-5:20pm MW 4:15-6:45pm MW 4:30-6:35pm MW 4:45-6:10pm MWF 4:00-5:15pm MWF 4:15-5:50pm MWF 4:45-6:20pm 4 days 4:00-5:10pm 4 days 4:30-5:40pm M 5:00-9:15pm M 6:00-10:15pm M 6:30-9:40pm M 7:00-10:10pm MW 6:00-8:30pm MW 6:15-7:20pm MW 6:30-7:55pm MW 6:45-7:50pm MW 6:45-8:50pm MW 7:00-8:25pm MW 7:00-9:30pm MWF 6:00-7:35pm MWF 6:30-8:05pm MWF 6:30-7:45pm MWF 7:00-8:15pm 4 days 6:00-7:10pm 4 days 7:00-8:10pm T 11:30-2:40pm T 12:00-3:10pm TTh 11:00-12:15pm TTh 11:15-12:20pm TTh 11:30-12:45pm TTh 11:30-12:55pm TTh 12:00-1:05pm TTh 12:00-1:25pm TTh 12:00-2:05pm TThF 11:00-12:35pm TThF 11:30-1:05pm T 1:30-5:45pm TTh 1:00-3:05pm TTh 1:15-2:20pm TTh 1:15-2:40pm TTh 1:45-2:50pm TTh 1:45-3:10pm TTh 2:15-4:20pm TTh 1:30-4:00pm TThF 1:00-2:15pm TThF 1:15-2:50pm TThF 2:00-3:15pm T 3:00-6:10pm T 3:30-6:40pm TTh 3:15-5:45pm TTh 3:45-4:50pm TTh 4:15-5:20pm TTh 4:15-6:45pm TTh 4:30-6:35pm TTh 4:45-6:10pm TThF 4:00-5:15pm TThF 4:15-5:50pm TThF 4:45-6:20pm T 5:00-9:15pm T 6:00-10:15pm T 6:30-9:40pm T 7:00-10:10pm TTh 6:00-8:30pm TTh 6:15-7:20pm TTh 6:30-7:55pm TTh 6:45-7:50pm TTh 6:45-8:50pm TTh 7:00-8:25pm TTh 7:00-9:30pm TThF 6:00-7:35pm TThF 6:30-8:05pm TThF 6:30-7:45pm TThF 7:00-8:15pm W 11:30-2:40pm W 12:00-3:10pm MW/WF 12:30-1:35pm MW/WF 12:30-1:45pm MW/WF12:30-3:00pm MWF 12:45-2:20pm W 1:30-5:45pm MW/WF 2:30-3:35pm MW/WF 3:00-4:05pm MW/WF 3:00-4:25pm MW/WF 3:15-5:20pm MW/WF 3:30-4:55pm MWF 2:30-3:45pm MWF 2:30-4:05pm MWF 3:00-4:35pm MWF 3:30-4:45pm 4 days 2:30-3:40pm 4 days 3:00-4:10pm W 3:00-6:10pm W 3:30-6:40pm MW 5:00-6:05pm MW 5:15-6:40pm MW 5:30-6:35pm MW 5:30-7:35pm WF 4:15-6:45pm WF 4:30-6:35pm WF 4:45-6:10pm WF 5:15-6:40pm WF 5:30-7:35pm MWF 5:00-6:15pm MWF 5:30-6:45pm 4 days 5:30-6:40pm W 5:00-9:15pm W 6:00-10:15pm W 6:30-9:40pm W 7:00-10:10pm MW/WF 7:30-8:35pm MW/WF 7:45-9:50pm MW/WF 8:00-9:05pm MW/WF 8:15-9:40pm MW/WF 8:45-10:10pm MW/WF 8:45-9:50pm WF 6:00-8:30pm WF 7:00-9:30pm MWF 7:45-9:20pm MWF 8:00-9:15pm MWF 8:15-9:50pm MWF 8:30-9:45pm 4 days 7:30-8:40pm 4 days 8:30-9:40pm Th 11:30-2:40pm Th 12:00-3:10pm TTh 12:30-1:35pm TTh 12:30-1:45pm TTh 12:30-3:00pm TThF 12:45-2:20pm Th1:30-5:45pm TTh 2:30-3:35pm TTh 3:00-4:05pm TTh 3:00-4:25pm TTh 3:30-4:55pm TTh 3:15-5:20pm TThF 2:30-3:45pm TThF 2:30-4:05pm TThF 3:00-4:35pm TThF 3:30-4:45pm Th 3:00-6:10pm Th 3:30-6:40pm TTh 5:00-6:05pm TTh 5:15-6:40pm TTh 5:30-6:35pm TTh 5:30-7:35pm TThF 5:30-6:45pm TThF 5:00-6:15pm Th 5:00-9:15pm Th 6:00-10:15pm Th 6:30-9:40pm Th 7:00-10:10pm TTh 7:30-8:35pm TTh 7:45-9:50pm TTh 8:00-9:05pm TTh 8:15-9:40pm TTh 8:45-10:10pm TTh 8:45-9:50pm TThF 7:45-9:20pm TThF 8:00-9:15pm TThF 8:15-9:50pm TThF 8:30-9:45pm F 11:30-2:40pm F 12:00-3:10pm WF 11:00-12:15pm WF 11:15-12:20pm WF 11:30-12:45pm WF 11:30-12:55pm WF 12:00-1:05pm WF 12:00-1:25pm WF 12:00-2:05pm F 1:30-5:45pm WF 1:00-3:05pm WF 1:15-2:20pm WF 1:15-2:40pm WF 1:45-2:50pm WF 1:30-4:00pm WF 1:45-3:10pm WF 2:15-4:20pm F 3:00-6:10pm F 3:30-6:40pm WF 3:15-5:45pm WF 3:45-4:50pm WF 4:15-5:20pm F 5:00-9:15pm F 6:00-10:15pm F 6:30-9:40pm F 7:00-10:10pm WF 6:15-7:20pm WF 6:30-7:55pm WF 6:45-7:50pm WF 6:45-8:50pm WF 7:00-8:25pm 2014 SPRING FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu 7

8 Course Offerings COURSE OFFERINGS Administration of Justice: Law Enforcement... 9 Aeronautics... 9 Agriculture: Animal Health Technology Agriculture: Animal Science General Agriculture: Forestry, Conservation Agriculture: General Subjects Agriculture: Livestock Production Agriculture: Ornamental Horticulture Agriculture: Pet Science Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Air Traffic Control Aircraft Maintenance Technology Alcohol Drug Counseling American Language Anatomy and Physiology Anthropology Arabic Architectural Technology Art: Animation Art: Basic Studio Arts Art: Gallery and Professional Practices Art: Graphic Design and Illustration Art: Three-Dimensional Studio Arts Art: Two-Dimensional Studio Arts Art History Astronomy Biology Botany Business: Accounting Business: Business Communications Business: Economics Business: Law Business: Management Business: Paralegal Business: Real Estate Business: Sales, Merchandising, and Marketing...32 Chemistry Child Development Chinese Computer Graphics Computer Information Systems: Beginning Computer Information Systems: Database Computer Information Systems: Management Computer Information Systems: Networking Computer Information Systems: Programming Computer Information Systems: Security Computer Information Systems: Web Applications Computer Science Computer and Networking Technology Correctional Sciences Counseling Dance: Activity Dance: Theory Disabled Students Education Electronics Electronics Systems Technology Emergency Medical Service Emergency Medical Technician Engineering Engineering Design Technology English: Composition February 24 - June 15 English: Literature Family and Consumer Sciences Fashion Merchandising and Design Fire Technology French Geography Geology German History Histotechnology Honors Program Honors Program Application Hospitality and Restaurant Management Humanities Industrial Design Engineering Inspection and Estimating, Building Interior Design Italian Japanese Journalism Kinesiology: Adaptive Kinesiology: Aquatics Kinesiology: Athletics Kinesiology: Fitness Kinesiology: Individual Kinesiology: Team Sport Kinesiology: Theory Latin Leadership Learning Assistance Learning Communities Library and Instructional Media Manufacturing Technology Mathematics Medical Terminology Mental Health/Psychiatric Technician Meteorology Microbiology Music Nursing Nutrition and Food Oceanography Philosophy Photography Physical Science Physics Political Science Psychology Radio - Television Radiologic Technology Reading Respiratory Therapy Sign Language, Interpreting Sociology Spanish Speech Study Techniques Surveying Technology-Related Courses Theater Arts Tutor Training Welding Mt. San Antonio College Schedule of Credit Classes Spring 2014

9 2014 Spring Schedule of Classes ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: LAW ENFORCEMENT n ADJU 1 The Administration of Justice System History and philosophy of the justice system, subsystems, roles, relationships and theories of crime causation and correction M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jefferson, P 28B arrange 3.38 hours Jefferson, P ONLINE n ADJU 2 Principles and Procedures of the Justice System Due process in criminal proceedings from pre-arrest through trial and appeal using statutory law and legal precedent T 3:30pm - 6:40pm Jefferson, P 28B T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Jefferson, P 28B-204 n ADJU 3 Concepts of Criminal Law Classification of crime, elements of crimes, common and statutory law, and evidence as observed through the study of case law M 3:30pm - 6:40pm Nichol, M 28B T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sweet, W 28B-207 n ADJU 4 Legal Aspects of Evidence Criminal evidence: admissibility, privileged communication, hearsay, and collection and preservation of evidence Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Jefferson, P 28B arrange 3.38 hours Jefferson, P ONLINE n ADJU 5 Community Relations Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Examines the complex relationship between communities and the justice system, crime and conflict, within diverse neighborhoods W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Meredith, D 28B-204 n ADJU 6 Concepts of Enforcement Services Responsibilities, techniques, and methods of police patrol and handling common police occurrences Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, K 28B-206 n ADJU 13 Concepts of Traffic Services Traffic management techniques. Collision reconstruction and evidence including law violations and human factors M 3:30pm - 6:40pm Sweet, W 28B-206 n ADJU 20 Principles of Investigation Prerequisite: Eligibility for English 68 Principles of basic investigatory procedures. 4th amendment issues, profiling, interrogation and use of informants W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Nichol, M 28B-208 n ADJU 38 Narcotics Investigation Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Investigation and arrest techniques for drug enforcement M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Nichol, M 28B-208 n ADJU 59 Gangs and Corrections Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 68, and ADJU 1 Contemporary gang issues including street and prison gang dynamics, characteristics, and role of law enforcement and corrections F 8:00am - 11:10am Meredith, D 28B Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ellis, R 28B-204 n ADJU 68 Administration of Justice Report Writing Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Techniques for proper documentation of crime reports and related law enforcement records. Use of simulations and role-playing M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Meredith, D 28B-206 AERONAUTICS n AERO 100 Primary Pilot Ground School Meets the preparation requirements for the FAA Private Pilot knowledge examination and FAA Air Traffic Control Basics TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Rogus, L 28B MW 8:30am - 10:35am Rogus, L 28B T 6:00pm - 10:15pm Isaacs, G 28B Th 6:00pm - 10:15pm Young, R 28B-103 n AERO 102 Aviation Weather Weather elements and evaluation of aviation weather reports and forecasts TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Shackelford, S 28B W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Shackelford, S 28B M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Isaacs, G 28B-107 n AERO 104 Federal Aviation Regulations 2.0 Units Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) pertaining to pilot certification, aircraft maintenance, and general operating rules T 9:45am - 11:50am Rogus, L 28B W 11:30am - 1:35pm Rogus, L 28B T 3:00pm - 5:05pm Todd, D 28B-103 n AERO 150 Commercial Pilot Ground School Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 Prepares students for completion of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Commercial Pilot Computerized Knowledge Examination MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Rogus, R 28B-103 n AERO 152 Air Transportation Air transportation industry, structure and economics of airlines, aviation career planning MW 7:30am - 8:55am Tracey, M 28B W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Tracey, M 28B-103 n AERO 200 Aviation Safety and Human Factors Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 Evaluation and analysis of factors leading to aircraft accidents T 12:00pm - 3:10pm Fleming, J 28B W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Fleming, J 28B-107 n AERO 202 Aircraft and Engines Advisory: AERO 100 or AERO 23 Aircraft and engine design, subsystems and maintenance Th 12:00pm - 3:10pm Calverley, R 28B-107 CREDIT: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: LAW ENFORCEMENT / AERONAUTICS Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu 9

10 CREDIT: AERONAUTICS / AGRICULTURE n AERO 250 Navigation Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 Navigation concepts and their application in cross-country flying TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Rogus, R 28B MW 9:45am - 11:10am Rogus, R 28B T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Todd, D 28B-103 n AERO 252 Instrument Ground School Advisory: (AERO 23 or AERO 100) and (AERO 26 or AERO 102) Meets the preparation requirements for FAA Instrument Pilot knowledge exam TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Rogus, R 28B W 6:30pm - 9:40pm Calverley, R 28B-107 AGRICULTURE: ANIMAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY n AGHE 54 Veterinary Office Procedures W 11:40am - 2:50pm Waters, D M 3:40pm - 6:50pm Waters, D n AGHE 60 Medical Nursing and Animal Care Prerequisite: AGHE 86 and formal admittance to the Registered Veterinary Technology program M 9:00am - 3:20pm Uyeno, G n AGHE 61 Surgical Nursing Prerequisite: AGHE T 9:00am - 3:20pm Uyeno, G W 9:00am - 3:20pm Uyeno, G n AGHE 62A Clinical Pathology Prerequisite: AGHE 86 Hematology, clinical chemistries, internal parasites, immunology, serology, and vaginal cytology of domestic animals M 3:40pm - 10:10pm Uyeno, G n AGHE 62B Clinical Pathology Prerequisite: AGHE 86 Bacteriology, clinical chemistry, urinalysis, external parasites and cytology of domestic animals T 3:40pm - 6:49pm Uyeno, G and T 6:50pm - 10:10pm Padilla, M n AGHE 64 Veterinary Pharmacology Prerequisite: Formal admittance to Advanced Class Status in the Registered Veterinary Technology Program, and completion of MATH 51 or MATH 51B or AGAG T 11:30am - 2:40pm Padilla, M W 3:30pm - 6:40pm Padilla, M n AGHE 65 Veterinary Radiography 2.0 Units Prerequisite: AGHE 86 and Formal admittance to the Registered Veterinary Technology Program F 9:00am - 1:15pm Padilla, M n AGHE 79 Laboratory Animal Medicine and Care Th 9:00am - 2:20pm Padilla, M n AGHE 83A Work Experience in Animal Health (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) arrange 4.7 hours Waters, D E NOTE: CRN above requires student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301E the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork arrange 4.7 hours Padilla, M B NOTE: CRN above requires student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301B the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGHE 83A Work Experience in Animal Health 2.0 Units (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) arrange 9.4 hours Padilla, M E NOTE: CRN above requires student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301B the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGHE 84B Applied Animal Health Procedures W 6:00pm - 9:10pm Lopez, A n AGHE 86 Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals Th 9:00am - 3:20pm Waters, D T 3:40pm - 10:10pm Waters, D AGRICULTURE: ANIMAL SCIENCE GENERAL n AGAN 1 Animal Science M 8:00am - 11:10am Phillips, J W 6:00pm - 9:10pm Phillips, J Th 6:00pm - 9:10pm Phillips, J n AGAN 2 Animal Nutrition M 11:30am - 2:40pm Lopez, A T 6:00pm - 9:10pm Lopez, A n AGAN 51 Animal Handling and Restraint Method of handling for large and small animals, including chemical and physical techniques of restraint. Field trip required W 9:50am - 3:20pm Creley, C Th 9:50am - 3:20pm Phillips, J M 11:40am - 5:10pm Phillips, J n AGAN 94 Animal Breeding T 12:30pm - 3:40pm Lopez, A Th 12:30pm - 3:40pm Lopez, A AGRICULTURE: FORESTRY, CONSERVATION n AGFR 20 Conservation of Natural Resources Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Principles of conservation biology and natural resource conservation. Field trips are required T 1:45pm - 4:55pm Schmidt, S Mt. San Antonio College Schedule of Credit Classes Spring 2014

11 AGRICULTURE: GENERAL SUBJECTS n AGAG 1 Food Production, Land Use and Politics - A Global Perspective Surveys the world s food producing systems in terms of economic, political and cultural forces M 6:00pm - 9:10pm Hinostroza, J n AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog arrange 4.7 hours Phillips, J K NOTE: CRN above requires student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301K the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGAG 59 Work Experience in Agriculture 2.0 Units (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog arrange 9.4 hours Phillips, J K NOTE: CRN above requires student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301K the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. AGRICULTURE: LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION n AGLI 12 Exotic Animal Management M 6:00pm - 9:10pm Creley, C n AGLI 17 Sheep Production Various types of sheep enterprises and the ways and means of entering them. Field trips required M 9:00am - 2:10pm Padilla, M n AGLI 18 Horse Ranch Management Prerequisite: AGLI 16 Skills and procedures used in the management of an equine business T 8:30am - 11:40am Creley, C and T 12:00pm - 4:10pm Creley, C n AGLI 19 Horse Hoof Care 2.0 Units M 11:30am - 3:35pm Creley, C n AGLI 96 Animal Sanitation and Disease Control Th 9:00am - 12:10pm Lopez, A M 6:00pm - 9:10pm Lopez, A n AGLI 97 Artificial Insemination of Livestock 2.0 Units T 9:00am - 1:15pm Phillips, J AGRICULTURE: ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE n AGOR 1 Horticultural Science Horticulture skills and techniques for use in gardening, nursery, and landscape applications TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Lannom, D MW 1:45pm - 3:10pm Hinostroza, J TTh 1:45pm - 3:10pm Hinostroza, J T 6:00pm - 9:10pm Lannom, D LA-ARB Th 6:00pm - 9:10pm Perea, C n AGOR 2 Plant Propagation/Greenhouse Management M 5:30pm - 10:00pm Loew, V and arrange 1 hour Loew, V n AGOR 5 Park Facilities Management and operation of different types of park facilities M 6:00pm - 9:10pm Johnson, E n AGOR 13 Landscape Design Landscape design for residential and small commercial sites. Field trips and off-campus assignments required T 5:30pm - 10:00pm Scott, B and arrange 1 hour Scott, B n AGOR 14 Advanced Landscape Design Prerequisite: AGOR 13 Computer Assisted Design and Drafting (CAD) with applications for landscape horticultural businesses Th 5:30pm - 10:00pm Wynn, J and arrange 1 hour Wynn, J n AGOR 24 Integrated Pest Management Identifies agricultural pests in Southern California and stresses use, safety, equipment, laws, and regulations of pesticides Th 5:30pm - 10:00pm Scott, B and arrange 1 hour Scott, B n AGOR 29 Ornamental Plants - Herbaceous W 5:30pm - 10:00pm Hinostroza, J and arrange 1 hour Hinostroza, J n AGOR 32 Landscaping and Nursery Management F 9:00am - 2:25pm Lannom, D n AGOR 39 Turf Grass Production and Management Introduction to cultivation, maintenance, and management of turfgrasses. Field trips required W 5:30pm - 10:00pm Scott, B and arrange 1 hour Scott, B n AGOR 50 Soil Science and Management Principles of proper soil management to optimize plant growth, including management of air, water, nutrients and organic matter M 5:30pm - 10:00pm Scott, B and arrange 1 hour Scott, B n AGOR 51 Tractor and Landscape Equipment Operations Selection, operation, repair and maintenance of power equipment used in the landscape industry S 9:00am - 2:25pm Pawlak, M F7B n AGOR 56 Engine Diagnostics Th 5:30pm - 10:00pm Pawlak, M F7B and arrange 1 hour Pawlak, M F7B n AGOR 62 Landscape Irrigation - Design and Installation Design and installation of turf and ornamental irrigation systems W 5:30pm - 10:00pm Visosky, T and arrange 1 hour Visosky, T CREDIT: AGRICULTURE Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu 11

12 CREDIT: AGRICULTURE / AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION n AGOR 63 Landscape Irrigation Systems Management Th 5:30pm - 10:00pm Visosky, T and arrange 1 hour Visosky, T n AGOR 64 Landscape Irrigation - Drip and Low Volume Th 5:30pm - 10:00pm Palumbo, D and arrange 1 hour Palumbo, D n AGOR 72 Landscape Hardscape Applications T 5:30pm - 10:00pm Visosky, T and arrange 1 hour Visosky, T n AGOR 75 Urban Arboriculture T 5:30pm - 10:00pm Hinostroza, J and arrange 1 hour Hinostroza, J n AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog arrange 4.7 hours Scott, B H NOTE: CRN above requires student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301H the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations 2.0 Units (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog arrange 9.4 hours Scott, B H NOTE: CRN above requires student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301H the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION n AIRC 10 Technical Mathematics in Air 2.0 Units Conditioning and Refrigeration Math for air conditioning and refrigeration including equations for air flow, electrical, heat loads and mechanical systems W 7:00pm - 8:29pm Anderson, R and W 8:30pm - 10:10pm STAFF n AIRC 11 Welding for Air Conditioning 2.0 Units and Refrigeration Fundamentals of welding related to the field of air conditioning and refrigeration M 6:00pm - 10:15pm STAFF n AIRC 12 Air Conditioning Codes and Standards Skills necessary to read and interpret building codes and standards as they apply to air conditioning and refrigeration Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Lane, J n AIRC 20 Refrigeration Fundamentals Principles and application of mechanical refrigeration based on the refrigeration cycle and associated mechanical components TTh 6:40pm - 10:00pm Soares, D n AIRC 25 Electrical Fundamentals for Air 5.0 Units Conditioning and Refrigeration Electrical principles as applied to air conditioning, refrigeration, and heat pump systems MW 6:40pm - 10:00pm Curtin, R n AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog arrange 14.1 hours Scott, B H NOTE: CRN above requires student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301H the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. n AGOR 91 Work Experience in Nursery Operations (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog arrange 18.8 hours Scott, B H NOTE: CRN above requires student to meet with the professor in Bldg. 80, Room 2301H the first week of classes to pick up the work experience paperwork. AGRICULTURE: PET SCIENCE n AGPE 71 Canine Management W 9:50am - 3:00pm Lopez, A Mt. San Antonio College Schedule of Credit Classes Spring 2014

13 n AIRC 26 Gas Heating Fundamentals 2.0 Units Advisory: AIRC 12 and AIRC 25 Theory, operation, and application of natural gas and propane heating systems in resident and light commercial installations W 1:00pm - 5:10pm Soares, D n AIRC 30 Heat Load Calculations and Design Advisory: AIRC 20 taken prior Heat loss, heat gain, equipment selection and duct sizing applied to residential dwelling air conditioning systems F 1:00pm - 5:10pm Richardson, L n AIRC 31 Commercial Electrical for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Advisory: AIRC 25 Electrical control of commercial air conditioning and refrigeration equipment as well as troubleshooting three-phase systems TTh 1:00pm - 4:10pm Richardson, L n AIRC 32A Air Properties and Measurement 1.5 Units Advisory: AIRC 20, AIRC 30 taken prior Investigates the air-side operating theory and application of comfort cooling systems by addressing psychrometric principles W 1:00pm - 4:10pm Soares, D n AIRC 34 Advanced Mechanical Refrigeration Advisory: AIRC 20 Advanced principles of mechanical air conditioning/refrigeration based on operating characteristics and pressure-enthalpy charts TTh 9:00am - 12:10pm Soares, D n AIRC 61 Building Automation Fundamentals 2.5 Units Advisories: AIRC 20, AIRC 25, AIRC 34 Basics of commercial HVAC control theory for electric, pneumatic, and digital controls, process plants and air delivery methods MW 3:45pm - 5:40pm Richardson, L n AIRC 65 Building Automation Networks and Programming Advisories: AIRC 61, AIRC 63, CISW 49 Programming HVAC direct digital controllers MW 6:00pm - 10:10pm Richardson, L AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL n AIRT 151 Aircraft Recognition and Performance Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 Recognition of distinctive identification features features of operational aircraft and their performance characteristics TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Shackelford, S 28B M 6:30pm - 9:40pm Shackelford, S 28B-103 n AIRT 201 Terminal Air Traffic Control Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 and AIRT 41 or AIRT 151 Aircraft control tower operations and terminal radar control M 3:00pm - 6:10pm Shackelford, S 28B-103 n AIRT 203 Enroute Air Traffic Control Advisory: AERO 23 or AERO 100 and AIRT 41 or AIRT 151 Enroute air traffic control including radar and non-radar separation T 6:30pm - 9:40pm Bloomer, D 28B Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Bloomer, D 28B-107 n AIRT 203L Enroute Radar Laboratory Advisory: AERO 100 Simulation of an air traffic control radar facility concentrating on approach and departure procedures M 11:30am - 2:40pm Brown, R 28B-107 n AIRT 251 Air Traffic Control Team Skills 1.5 Units Advisory: AIRT 201 or AIRT 42A Leadership skills for aviation professionals, with emphasis on air traffic control team skills Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Bloomer, D 28B Th 3:30pm - 6:40pm Bloomer, D 28B-107 n AIRT 253 Work Experience in Air Traffic Control (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: Compliance with Work Experience regulations as designated in the College Catalog On-the-job experience in an approved FAA work station arrange 5 hours Rogus, R 28B-101K 15 Weeks, Week beginning 03/03/2014 ending 06/15/2014 NOTE: On-the-job experience in an approved FAA work station. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY n AIRM 65B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology: 1 Reciprocating and Turbine Prerequisite: AIRM 65A or (AIRM 95A and AIRM 95B and AIRM 96A and AIRM 96B) Reciprocating and turbine engine systems and components. Required for FAA powerplant certification TWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Yost, D 28B-209 and TWTh 9:40am - 12:00pm Yost, D 28A-102 and TWTh 1:00pm - 3:40pm Yost, D 28A-102 and F 7:30am - 11:30am STAFF 28A-102 n AIRM 66B Airframe Maintenance Technology 1 Prerequisite: AIRM 66A OR (AIRM 90A and AIRM 90B and AIRM 91A and AIRM 91B) Airframe systems and components. Required for FAA airframe certification TWTh 7:30am - 9:35am Strope, B 28B-207 and TWTh 9:40am - 12:00pm Strope, B 28A-102 and TWTh 1:00pm - 3:40pm Strope, B 28A-102 and F 7:30am - 11:30am Tram, V 28A-102 n AIRM 70B Aircraft Maintenance Electricity and Electronics Advisory: AIRM 70A and AIRM 71 Principles of alternating current electricity with emphasis on components and circuits. Required for FAA certification M 7:30am - 9:45am Tram, V 28B-207 and M 9:50am - 12:00pm Tram, V 28B-403 and M 1:00pm - 2:55pm Tram, V 28B-403 CREDIT: AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION / AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL / AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu 13 11

14 CREDIT: AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY / ALCOHOL DRUG COUNSELING n AIRM 74 Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2.0 Units - Work Experience (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Prerequisite: AIRM 65A and AIRM 65B or AIRM 66A and AIRM 66B Two units of college credit earned for 120 unpaid or 150 paid work hours under direct supervision at an aircraft maintenance facility arrange hours Yost, D 28A NOTE: CRN AIRM 74 requires Special Approval. Please contact David Yost in Aircraft Maintenance at for approval to register for this class arrange hours Yost, D 28A NOTE: CRN AIRM 74 requires Special Approval. Please contact David Yost in Aircraft Maintenance at for approval to register for this class. n AIRM 80 Lab Studies in Aircraft Maintenance Technology (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Advisory: AIRM 65 A/B, or AIRM 66 A/B, or AIRM A/B, or AIRM A/B, or equivalent Additional lab instruction for students who need to satisfy FAA minimum requirements arrange 13.5 hours Yost, D 28A Weeks, Week beginning 02/24/2014 ending 03/23/ arrange 13.5 hours Yost, D 28A Weeks, Week beginning 03/24/2014 ending 04/20/ arrange 13.5 hours Yost, D 28A Weeks, Week beginning 04/21/2014 ending 05/18/ arrange 13.5 hours Yost, D 28A Weeks, Week beginning 05/19/2014 ending 06/15/2014 NOTE: AIRM 80 is a Special Approval Course, please contact David Yost at for registration information. n AIRM 97A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology: Instrumentation Prerequisite: (AIRM 95A and AIRM 95B and AIRM 96A and AIRM96B) or AIRM 65B FAA approved course covering instrumentation and smoke and fire detection and suppression systems MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm STAFF 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm STAFF 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm STAFF 28A Weeks, Week beginning 02/24/2014 ending 03/23/2014 n AIRM 97B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology: Fuel Meter Systems Prerequisite: AIRM 97A or AIRM 65A Reciprocating engine and turbine engine fuels and fuel metering systems. Required for FAA certification MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm STAFF 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm STAFF 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm STAFF 28A Weeks, Week beginning 03/24/2014 ending 04/20/2014 n AIRM 98A Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology: Ignition Systems Prerequisite: (AIRM 97A and AIRM 97B) or AIRM 65A Reciprocating and turbine engine ignition system theory and maintenance. Required for FAA certification MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm STAFF 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm STAFF 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm STAFF 28A Weeks, Week beginning 04/21/2014 ending 05/18/2014 n AIRM 98B Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology: Lubricating Systems Prerequisite: (AIRM 97A and AIRM 97B and AIRM 98A) or AIRM 65A Reciprocating and turbine engine lubricants and lubricating systems. Required for FAA certification MThF 5:30pm - 10:30pm STAFF 28A-102 and TW 5:30pm - 9:44pm STAFF 28B-209 and TW 9:45pm - 10:30pm STAFF 28A Weeks, Week beginning 05/19/2014 ending 06/15/2014 ALCOHOL DRUG COUNSELING n AD 1 Alcohol/Drug Dependency Overview of alcohol/drug use and abuse. Effects on individuals, families and society. Various approaches to recovery Th 11:30am - 2:40pm Sharpe, P 28B Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Sharpe, P 28B-208 n AD 2 Physiological Effects of Alcohol/Drugs Examines the effects of alcohol/drugs on the human body. Includes tolerance, habituation, cross-tolerance and synergistic effect W 3:00pm - 6:10pm Emadi, M 28B W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Emadi, M 28B-206 n AD 3 Chemical Dependency: Intervention, Treatment and Recovery Examines techniques used in chemical dependency treatment. Analyzes types of treatment programs and the essentials of recovery T 3:00pm - 6:10pm Schafer, C 28B T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Schafer, C 28B Mt. San Antonio College Schedule of Credit Classes Spring 2014

15 n AD 4 Issues in Domestic Violence Examines the history, law and psychology of domestic violence; cultural/ social aspects; relationship to substance abuse Th 3:00pm - 6:10pm Staley, G 28B M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Likens, J 28B-203 n AD 5 Chemical Dependency: Prevention 1.5 Units and Education Examines success of prevention programs, influence of private and public attitudes, and basic steps for developing a program F 3:00pm - 4:35pm Staley, G 28B M 5:10pm - 6:45pm Likens, J 28B-203 n AD 6 Dual Diagnosis Overview of the complex interactions of mental disorders and chemical dependency. Examines disorders, treatment and aftercare F 11:30am - 2:40pm Smith, J 28B M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, J 28B-104 n AD 8 Group Process and Leadership Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3 taken prior and AD 4, AD 5, AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Introduces the theory and practice of group counseling, the group process and dynamics of group interaction M 3:35pm - 6:45pm Smith, J 28B W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, J 28B-104 n AD 9 Family Counseling Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3 taken prior and AD 4, AD 5, AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Theory and practice of family counseling, family systems and dynamics, effects of chemical dependency, counseling techniques F 3:00pm - 6:10pm Smith, J 28B T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Smith, J 28B-104 n AD 10 Client Record and Documentation 1.5 Units Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3 taken prior and AD 4, AD 5, AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Identify documentation methods required by government regulatory bodies in clinical records. Emphasis on biopsychosocial history W 5:10pm - 6:45pm Edmond, D 28B Th 5:10pm - 6:45pm Edmond, D 28B-203 n AD 11 Techniques of Intervention and Referral Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3 taken prior and AD 4, AD 5, AD 6 taken prior or concurrently Explores crisis intervention, intake and referral methods. Practice active listening, responding, communicating on different levels T 3:35pm - 6:45pm Smith, J 28B-104 n AD 13 Internship/Seminar (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Advisory: AD 1, AD 2, AD 3, AD 4, AD 5, AD 6, and six units of Restricted Electives taken prior and AD 8, AD 9, AD 10, AD 11 taken prior or concurrently Two-semester sequence, field work training, emphasis on personal growth, interviewing skills, professionalism and group process T 5:10pm - 6:45pm Sharpe, P 28B-208 and arrange 7.88 hours Smith, E HOSP NOTE: AD 13 requires Special Approval. You will need to meet on the first day of class to obtain special approval clearance. You may contact Paul Sharpe in Public Services at if you have any questions M 2:15 pm - 3:50 pm Smith, E 28B-209 and arrange 6.56 hours Smith, E HOSP T 5:10 pm - 6:45 pm Sharpe, P 28B-207 and arrange 6.56 hours Smith, E n AD 14 Advanced Internship/Seminar HOSP n AD 14 Advanced Internship/Seminar, 3.5 Units CSU (May be taken for Pass/No Pass Only) Degree Appropriate, CSU (May Advisory: be taken AD 10 for and Credit/No AD 13 Credit only.) Advisory: Second semester AD 10 and course AD 13focusing on applying values, concepts and skills Second learned semester to help chemically course focusing dependent on applying persons. values, concepts and skills learned to W help chemically 5:10pm dependent - 6:45pm persons. Sharpe, P 28B M and 4:30 arrange pm :05 hours pm Staley, Sharpe, G P 28B-203 HOSP NOTE: AD 14 requires and arrange Special 6.56 Approval. hours You Sharpe, will need P to meet on the HOSP first W day of 5:10 class pm to obtain - 6:45 special pm approval Sharpe, clearance. P You 28B-209 may contact and Paul arrange Sharpe 6.56 in Public hours Services Sharpe, at P if you HOSP have any questions. AMERICAN LANGUAGE AMERICAN LANGUAGE ENGLISH PLACEMENT ESL** LERN 81** AMLA 41W ENGL 67 AMLA 42W ENGL 68 AMLA 43W AWE* ENGL 1A ENGL 1B / ENGL 1C / LIT * Assessment of Written English Test a test of your abilities in Language Usage. It is required for placement in English classes (including LERN, AMLA, and ESL classes), Business English classes, admission to the Health Science Program and all courses requiring English eligibility. ** Students may enroll in ESL (English as a Second Language) and LERN (for native speakers) without taking the AWE MW 8 W TTh 8 W TTh 8 W CREDIT: ALCOHOL DRUG COUNSELING / AMERICAN LANGUAGE n AMLA 23S (May be take (May be take Advisory: Elig Enhances the formally in a TTh 8 W TTh 8 W TTh 8 W n AMLA 24 (May be take (May be take Intermediate American idio MW MW 8 W n AMLA 31R (May be take (May be take Prerequisite: successfu Basic reading MW n AMLA 32R (May be take American Language Department courses are specifically designed to meet (May be take American the needs Language of the students Department whose courses native (first) are specifically language designed is not English. to meet The Prerequisite: the entering needs non-native of the students speaker whose of English native (first) is placed language into the is not appropriate English. The writ- appropria entering level non-native based the speaker AWE. of English is placed into the appropriate writing noncredit level based on the AWE. Intermediate n AMLA 21S Accent Reduction 2.0 Units n AMLA 21S Accent Reduction Not 2 Units TTh Pre-Collegiate (May Pronunciation be taken two and times listening for credit.) for non-native speakers with emphasis on (May accent be reduction. taken for option of letter grade or Credit/No Credit.) Pronunciation MW and listening 8:30am for - non-native 9:35am speakers Hill Enriquez, with emphasis E on accent reduction. MW 12:00pm - 1:05pm Hill Enriquez, E TTh M 8:30 6:30pm am - - 9:35 8:35pm am Golden, Hill-Enriquez, K E n AMLA MW 22S American 9:50 am Language - 11:55 am Interpersonal Hill-Enriquez, Communication E Units 8 Weeks, Week Beginning 02/23/2009 Ending Not 04/19/ (May be MW taken for option 7:00 pm of - Letter 9:05 grade pm or Pass/NoPass) Giles, N Enhances 8 ability Weeks, of Week non-native Beginning speakers 02/23/2009 to communicate Ending 04/19/2009 with confidence and accuracy in personal and academic situations TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Hill Enriquez, E Registration for TTh 12:00pm - 1:05pm Hill Enriquez, E Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu 15

16 CREDIT: AMERICAN LANGUAGE / ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY n AMLA 23S American Language Formal Speaking 2.0 Units Not Advisory: Eligibility for AMLA 43W Enhances the ability of non-native speakers to listen effectively and speak formally TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Hill Enriquez, E n AMLA 31R American Language Basic Reading Not Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on appropriate Reading Placement Test or successful completion of noncredit ESL Level 4 Basic reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Leader, J n AMLA 32R American Language Intermediate Reading Not Prerequisite: Successful completion of AMLA 31R, or satisfactory score on appropriate Reading Placement Test, or successful completion of noncredit ESL Level 5, 6, or VESL Intermediate reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers MW 9:45am - 11:50am Bjorck, S TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Mezaki, B n AMLA 33R American Language Advanced Reading Prerequisite: Successful completion of AMLA 32R or satisfactory score on appropriate Reading Placement Test Advanced reading and vocabulary for non-native speakers MW 7:30am - 9:35am Stokes, N 26A MW 9:45am - 11:50am Bro, G NOTE: CRN above is linked to ENGL 68 (CRN 42877) TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Leader, J n AMLA 41W American Language Basic Writing Not Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or successful completion of noncredit ESL Level 4 Advisory: AMLA 31R taken previously or concurrently Basic grammar and writing for non-native speakers MW 7:30am - 9:35am Mezaki, B TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Giles, N n AMLA 42W American Language Intermediate Writing Not Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or successful completion of AMLA 41W or noncredit ESL Level 5 or 6 or VESL Advisory: AMLA 32R taken prior or concurrently Intermediate grammar and writing for non-native speakers TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Stokes, N 26A MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Stokes, N 26A MW 9:45am - 11:50am Hill Enriquez, E TTh 9:45am - 11:50am Mezaki, B MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Stokes, N 26A MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Giles, N TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Habayeb, O n AMLA 43W American Language Advanced Writing Not Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the English Placement Test or successful completion of AMLA 42W Advisory: AMLA 33R taken prior or concurrently Advanced grammar and writing for non-native speakers MW 7:30am - 9:35am Bro, G TTh 7:30am - 9:35am Mezaki, B MTWTh 9:45am - 11:50am Stokes, N 26A MW 9:45am - 11:50am Mezaki, B MW 12:00pm - 2:05pm Mezaki, B TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Stokes, N 26A MW 2:15pm - 4:20pm Leader, J MW 6:45pm - 8:50pm Habayeb, O TTh 6:45pm - 8:50pm Heinicke, D n AMLA 60 American Language Verb Review III Not Spoken and written practice in gerunds, infinitives, and participles for non-native English students TTh 8:30am - 9:35am Kinder, T n AMLA 61 American Language Word Forms Not Spoken and written practice in noun, verb, adjective, and adverb word forms for non-native English students TTh 8:30am - 9:35am Kinder, T ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY n ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy Advisory: BIOL 1 and ANAT 50 Macroscopic and microscopic structure of the human body MW 8:00am - 9:25am Meyer, E and MW 9:45am - 11:10am Meyer, E TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Meyer, E and TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Nguyen, K TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Meyer, E and TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Nguyen, K MW 9:45am - 11:10am Meyer, E and MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Meyer, E MW 3:00pm - 4:25pm Nguyen, K and MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm STAFF MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Nguyen, K and MW 6:30pm - 7:55pm Nguyen, K MW 4:45pm - 6:10pm Nguyen, K and MW 6:30pm - 7:55pm Nguyen, K MW 6:30pm - 7:55pm Nguyen, K and MW 8:15pm - 9:40pm Nguyen, K n ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology Prerequisite: ANAT 10A or ANAT 35 Advisory: CHEM 10 or CHEM 40 Integrated study of the functions of and interactions between human organ systems MW 9:45am - 11:10am Shea, N and M 11:30am - 2:40pm Shea, N MW 9:45am - 11:10am Shea, N and W 11:30am - 2:40pm Shea, N TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Borup, R and T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Cox, S TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Borup, R and Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Serbia, E Mt. San Antonio College Schedule of Credit Classes Spring 2014

17 n ANAT 35 Human Anatomy 5.0 Units Prerequisite: BIOL 1 or BIOL 4 or BIOL 4H Structure of organ systems at the gross, subgross,and microscopic levels based on human material and dissection of the cat MW 8:00am - 11:10am Waggener, W and MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Waggener, W TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Rexach, C and TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Rexach, C MW 9:45am - 11:10am Presch, M and MW 11:30am - 2:40pm Presch, M MW 9:45am - 11:10am Presch, M and MW 3:00pm - 6:10pm Presch, M TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Pascoe, V and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Pascoe, V TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Rexach, C and TTh 3:00pm - 6:10pm STAFF TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Presch, M and TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Presch, M MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Magrann, T and MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Magrann, T TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Heney, H and TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Heney, H TTh 5:15pm - 6:40pm Heney, H and TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Marella, D n ANAT 36 Human Physiology 5.0 Units Prerequisite: ANAT 35 and CHEM 10 or CHEM 40 Human physiology at the cellular and molecular level of all organ systems, including regulation and integration MW 8:00am - 11:10am Pascoe, V and MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Pascoe, V TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Chamberlain, A and TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Chamberlain, A TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Wright, C and TTh 11:30am - 2:40pm Wright, C MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Pascoe, V and MW 3:00pm - 6:10pm Pascoe, V TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Chamberlain, A and TTh 3:00pm - 6:10pm Chamberlain, A MW 5:15pm - 6:40pm Rexach, C and MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Manookian, D n ANAT 40B Human Prosection 2.0 Units Prerequisite: ANAT 40A Techniques for human prosection. Organ systems, blood vessels, and nerves TTh 3:00pm - 6:10pm Pascoe, V / Rexach, C A ANTHROPOLOGY n ANTH 1 Biological Anthropology Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Evolutionary biology of primates, including and focusing on humans MW 8:00am - 9:25am Borella, F TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Rachele, S MW 9:45am - 11:10am Lawlor, E TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Lawlor, E TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Lawlor, E MW 1:15pm - 2:40pm Rachele, S TTh 1:15pm - 2:40pm Lawlor, E M 7:00pm - 10:10pm Wills, L T 7:00pm - 10:10pm McGeehan, L W 7:00pm - 10:10pm Wills, L n ANTH 1H Biological Anthropology - Honors Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program An honors course for accelerated students. See ANTH 1 for topics covered. May not receive credit for both ANTH 1 and ANTH 1H TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Borella, F n ANTH 1L Biological Anthropology Laboratory Corequisite: ANTH 1 or ANTH 1H (may have been taken previously) Hands-on experience with the subject matter of ANTH F 8:00am - 11:10am Borella, F Th 7:00pm - 10:10pm Padua, S n ANTH 3 Archaeology Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Advisory: READ 90 Aims, methods and ethics of archaeological research and applications to the archaeological record. Text: 71 Degrees Reading Power MW 11:30am - 12:55pm Lawlor, E n ANTH 5 Principles of Cultural Anthropology Social Science majors. Anthropological approach to study of human behavior; cross-cultural, comparative, evolutionary perspective TTh 11:30am - 12:55pm Rachele, S n ANTH 22 General Cultural Anthropology Introduction to nature of culture. May satisfy the cultural diversity requirement at transfer universities MW 8:00am - 9:25am Padua, S MW 9:45am - 11:10am Borella, F T 7:00pm - 10:10pm Nightwine-Robinson, D n ANTH 30 The Native American Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 1A Advisory: Eligibility for READ 100 Prehistory, history, and contemporary issues of Native Americans TTh 9:45am - 11:10am Borella, F ARABIC n ARAB 2 Continuing Elementary Arabic Prerequisite: ARAB 1 or equivalent Further development of elementary vocabulary, reading, writing, and speaking skills in Arabic TTh 12:00pm - 2:05pm Atalla, S ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY n ARCH 10 Design I - Elements of Design Fundamentals of design and design process TTh 7:50am - 11:00am Sardinas, I NOTE: CRN is a Distance Learning Online-Supported/Hybrid Class. Tools tab in the Mt. SAC portal at my.mtsac.edu. Then click on the Moodlerooms link and then click on CRN for your DL course. NOTE: Some courses may not be activated until the start of the term. If you cannot locate your DL course in Moodlerooms when Professor contact info: Professor Zamora at either: through Student Detail Schedule or Moodlerooms at MW 3:40pm - 6:50pm Sardinas, I TTh 7:00pm - 10:15pm Martin Jr, W Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu CREDIT: ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY / ANTHROPOLOGY / ARABIC / ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY 17

18 CREDIT: ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY / ART n ARCH 11 Architectural Drawing Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Architectural drawing techniques, including graphic standards, scales, orthographic, paraline, and perspective projections MW 7:50am - 11:00am Lim, C TTh 12:00pm - 3:10pm Ho, R MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Clark, G n ARCH 12 Architectural Materials and Specifications Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Building materials and specifications used in architecture and construction. Including field trips and lab M 3:40pm - 6:50pm Fields, G and W 3:40pm - 6:50pm Fields, G n ARCH 13 Architectural Illustration Advisory: ARCH 11 Architectural and interior illustrations including perspectives and other pictorials; shade/shadow and color applications TTh 7:50am - 11:00am Hwee, M n ARCH 14 Building and Zoning Codes Advisory: ARCH 11 Building and zoning code requirements for approval processes of architectural design, plan check, and building permits M 3:40pm - 6:50pm Ho, R n ARCH 15 Architectural Working Drawings I Advisory: ARCH 11, ARCH 12, ARCH 14, and eligibility for MATH 51 Architectural working drawings and construction documents for light frame (Type V) construction. Portfolio will be produced MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Netsawang, P n ARCH 16 Basic CAD and Computer Application Advisory: Eligibility for MATH 51 Basic CAD (Computer Aided Design and Drafting) and computer applications (such as AutoCAD, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) MW 7:50am - 11:00am Kataoka, D TTh 7:00pm - 8:34pm Sardinas, I and TTh 8:35pm - 10:10pm Kataoka, D S 10:30am - 4:50pm Ho, R n ARCH 18 Architectural CAD and BIM Advisory: ARCH 11 or ARCH 16 3-D CAD and BIM for Architectural design development. Portfolio will be produced MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Ho, R n ARCH 21 Design II - Architectural Design Advisory: ARCH 10, ARCH 11, ARCH 13 Architectural design (level II) including design process, methods, and presentations of small building designs TTh 12:00pm - 12:59pm Kuroki, H and TTh 1:00pm - 3:10pm Sardinas, I n ARCH 23 Architectural Presentations Advisory: ARCH 10, ARCH 11 taken prior Architectural presentations including model making, board layouts using hand-drawn and computer-aided techniques MW 7:50am - 11:00am Kuroki, H n ARCH 28 Architectural CAD Illustration and Animation Advisory: ARCH 18 Architectural CAD 3-D illustration, rendering and animation, including walk-through and fly-through MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Griendling, K n ARCH 29 Design IV - Advanced Project Advisory: ARCH 23, ARCH 27 or equivalent experience Architectural design (level IV) - larger design projects, including portfolio development MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Sardinas, I n ARCH 32 World Architecture II Development of world architecture from the Renaissance to the present F 12:00pm - 3:10pm Fields, G ART: ANIMATION n ANIM 101A Drawing - Gesture and Figure Drawing the human form to develop the basic visual mechanics of motion and gesture MW 8:00am - 11:10am Brown, R 1A F 9:45am - 4:05pm Dubiel, J 1A-4 n ANIM 101C Figure Gesture - Design Prerequisite: ANIM 101A Sketching the human figure with emphasis on personal interpretation, expression, and media exploration MW 8:00am - 11:10am Brown, R 1A F 9:45am - 4:05pm Dubiel, J 1A-4 n ANIM 104 Drawing Fundamentals Emphasizes creative expression through the use of drawing media and techniques. May require off-campus assignments MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Donahue, J 1A-4 n ANIM 108 Principles of Animation Principles of drawing for traditional animation concentrating on the mechanics of movement, timing, and emotion TTh 12:00pm - 12:59pm Bautista, S and TTh 1:00pm - 3:05pm Rivas, H TTh 3:45pm - 6:50pm Carrera, P n ANIM 115 Storyboarding Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Storyboarding with emphasis on storytelling, cinematography, drawing, and notation as it relates to the animation industry MW 12:00pm - 3:05pm Rivas, H n ANIM 116 Character Development 1.5 Units Not Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Drawing and development of characters for animation F 12:00pm - 3:10pm Brown, R 1B/C-3 n ANIM 130 Introduction to 3-D Computer Animation 3-D animation covering modeling, lighting, and rendering using Maya software MW 8:15am - 11:20am Dunipace, T MW 7:00pm - 10:05pm STAFF Mt. San Antonio College Schedule of Credit Classes Spring 2014

19 n ANIM 131 Introduction to Gaming The field of game design including the principles, tools, and strategies for designing various types of games MW 8:45am - 11:50am Rivas, H n ANIM 132 Modeling, Texture Mapping and Lighting Prerequisite: ANIM 130 3D modeling, texture mapping, lighting, and rendering as applied in CG games, TV programs, or film using Maya software TTh 12:00pm - 3:05pm Dunipace, T n ANIM 141 2D Game Level Design Prerequisite: ANIM 131 Design of game levels based upon storytelling, platform and theme MW 12:00pm - 3:05pm Dunipace, T n ANIM 146 Advanced 3-D Animation Prerequisite: ANIM 130 Advisory: ANIM 132 3D character animation principles and procedures used in computer graphics, games, film, and television S 9:45am - 4:05pm Thankamushy, S n ANIM 172 Motion Graphics, Compositing and Visual Effects Prerequisite: ARTC 70 Elements of motion graphics: design, typography, animation, compositing, visual effects and editing TTh 7:00pm - 10:05pm Piedra, D ART: BASIC STUDIO ARTS n ARTB 1 Understanding the Visual Arts Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Visual art forms and role of art in history, culture; off-campus trips possible. Credit not given for both ARTB 1 and AHIS MW 8:00am - 9:25am Macias, M 1B/C TTh 8:00am - 9:25am Macias, M 1B/C MW 9:45am - 11:10am Alexander, C 1B/C-12 n ARTB 14 Basic Studio Arts Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Creative expression through the visual and applied arts. May require field trips MW 8:00am - 11:10am Jacobs, G 1A TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Macias, M 1A MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Macias, M 1A TTh 7:00pm - 10:10pm Park, B 1A-1 ART: GALLERY AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES n ARTG 20 Art, Artists and Society Art and artists studied through lectures and required field trips. Public art display, exhibition, art movements and styles TTh 12:00pm - 3:10pm Burnes, F 1B/C-12 n ARTG 22A Exhibition Design and Art Gallery 1.0 to Operation Work Experience Prerequisite: ARTG 21B Provides on-the-job experience in exhibition design and art gallery operation arrange hours Burnes, F 1B/C-12 ART: GRAPHIC DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION n ARTC 100 Graphic Design I Advisory: ARTD 15A, ARTD 20, or PHOT 4 Contemporary graphic design for the commercial arts industry. Software: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator MW 8:00am - 11:05am Nelson, M MW 11:30am - 2:35pm Megowan, J TTh 11:30am - 2:35pm Hartmann, C TTh 3:00pm - 6:05pm Burgoon, S TTh 6:30pm - 9:35pm Burgoon, S n ARTC 120 Graphic Design II Prerequisite: ARTC 70 or ARTC 100 Graphic design concepts for the design and layout of printed commercial art. Software: Adobe InDesign MW 3:00pm - 6:05pm Lebeau-Walsh, L CREDIT: ART This symbol designates special sections of courses that fit the Liberal Studies and General Education major patterns for students who plan to become elementary and secondary school teachers. Registration for Credit Classes my.mtsac.edu 19

20 CREDIT: ART n ARTC 140 Graphic Design III Prerequisite: ARTC 70 or ARTC 100 Digital illustration, design, skills and concepts working with vector art. Software: Adobe Illustrator MW 7:00pm - 10:05pm Rivas, M n ARTC 160 Typography Prerequisite: ARTC 100 or ARTC 70 Design and use of typography in graphic design MW 3:00pm - 6:05pm Rawling, J n ARTC 163 Dynamic Sketching Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Essential tools to conceptualize, communicate, and express creative ideas dynamically through the art of sketching Th 11:30am - 5:45pm Tedja Kusuma, F n ARTC 165 Illustration Prerequisite: ARTD 15A or ANIM 104 Corequisite: ARTD 20 or ARTD 21 or ARTD 17A or ANIM 101A (any of which may have been taken previously) Contemporary illustration using a variety of techniques, media, and approaches in painting and drawing MW 8:00am - 11:05am Batcheller, K 1B/C-3 n ARTC 200 Web Design Prerequisite: ARTC 100 or ARTC 70 Design, usability, production and marketing of web site development. Software: Adobe DreamWeaver, Flash F 9:30am - 3:50pm Howland, T n ARTC 220 Graphic Design IV Prerequisite: ARTC 100 or ARTC 70 AdvisoryARTC 140 Advanced graphic design concepts and skills workign with Adobe Photoshop and other graphic design applications MW 6:30pm - 9:35pm Rawling, J n ARTC 280 Commercial Art Studio - Special Projects Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 15 semester units in Graphic Design, Illustration, Web Design, Animation, Architectural Design, Art, Fashion Merchandising, Industrial Design, Interior Design or Computer Graphics. Collaborative, interdisciplinary, teams will research, design, produce, and deliver commercial art projects MW 11:30am - 3:10pm Burgoon, S n ARTC 290 Portfolio Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 15 semester units in one of the following programs: Graphic Design, Illustration, Animation, Web Design, Architectural Design, Art, Fashion Merchandising, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Photography or Computer Graphics. Selection and assembly of a visual arts portfolio, including digital and multimedia formats, for entering profession or transfer TTh 8:00am - 11:05am Rivas, H ART: THREE-DIMENSIONAL STUDIO ARTS n ARTS 22 Design: Three-Dimensional Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 68 Three-dimensional design concepts and forming processes will be practiced using a variety of materials TTh 9:45am - 12:55pm Deines, C 1A MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Alexander, C 1A MW 7:00pm - 10:10pm Deines, C 1A-7 n ARTS 30A Ceramics: Beginning I Clay, glazes and firing through projects and analysis, using hand building and the wheel. Field trip required TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Stovall Dennis, K 1A F 9:00am - 3:20pm Queen, K 1A MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Rubenstein, S 1A TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Misanchuk, R 1A S 9:00am - 3:20pm Lewis, N 1A-10 n ARTS 30B Ceramics: Beginning II Prerequisite: ARTS 30A Clay, glazes and firing with emphasis on development of technique and concept. Field trip required TTh 8:00am - 11:10am Stovall Dennis, K 1A F 9:00am - 3:20pm Queen, K 1A MW 12:00pm - 3:10pm Rubenstein, S 1A S 9:00am - 3:20pm Lewis, N 1A-10 n ARTS 31 Ceramics: Advanced Studio 2.0 Units Prerequisite: ARTS 30B Advanced ceramics; emphasis on integrating form, surface and content. Loading and firing kilns included. Field trips required F 9:00am - 3:20pm Queen, K 1A TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Misanchuk, R 1A S 9:00am - 3:20pm Lewis, N 1A-10 n ARTS 33 Ceramics: Hand Construction Clay handbuilding techniques, glazes and firing through projects and their analysis. Field trip required MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm Rubenstein, S 1A-10 n ARTS 34 The Sculptural Vessel Prerequisite: ARTS 30A Advisory: ARTS 33 Advanced study of the ceramic vessel through the integration of technique, form and content. Field trips required MW 3:30pm - 7:00pm Rubenstein, S 1A-10 n ARTS 40A Sculpture: Beginning Traditional and contemporary approaches to sculpture MW 8:00am - 11:10am Thomas, N 1A MW 3:30pm - 6:40pm STAFF 1A-7 n ARTS 41A Sculpture: Life Modeling from the human figure with emphasis on composition, gesture, motion and human anatomy as it informs sculptural form TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Alexander, C 1A-7 n ARTS 41B Sculpture: Intermediate Life Prerequisite: ARTS 41A Sculptural study of the human figure with emphasis on artistic development and stylistic exploration of human anatomy TTh 1:15pm - 4:25pm Alexander, C 1A-7 20 Mt. San Antonio College Schedule of Credit Classes Spring 2014

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