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1 Administration of Justice ADmInISTrATIOn Of JuSTICe Ohlone College is a member of the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium. Vocational training courses are offered in various areas including, but not limited to, the following: Correctional Officer, Law Enforcement Officer, Reserve Police Officer, Dispatcher, Fire Technology, Probation Officer, and Juvenile Hall Counselor. The consortium is funded by various colleges regionally to provide vocational specific training which may require special facilities, special training conditions, or is presented outside of the schedules of regular college classes. Students who would like a schedule of these classes or more information on specific programs may call (408) The application and registration process is completed at the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium located at 3095 Yerba Buena Road in San Jose. Although open to the public, the majority of these courses are intended to serve the already employed. Students who would like information about a career in any of these programs should call (408) AJ-260 Skills and Knowledge modular Training Unit(s): 0.50 (CR) Public Safety personnel employed in Law Enforcement, Corrections, Fire Technology and related fields are required by law to participate in continuing educational programs annually. These classes are developed and certified for acceptable minimum standards by either the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, the State Board of Corrections-Standards in Training for Corrections, or the State Fire Marshall s Office. Repeatable = 5 times (01) Cushing S WThF 6/24/15-6/26/15 8:00am-5:00pm CJTC For class and registration information contact Ngoc Huynh at (408) , extension AJ-260A3 lateral Academy Unit(s): 3.00 (CR) Public Safety personnel employed in Law Enforcement, Corrections, Fire Technology and related fields are required by law to participate in continuing educational programs annually. These classes are developed and certified for acceptable minimum standards by either the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, the State Board of Corrections-Standards in Training for Corrections, or the State Fire Marshall s Office. Repeatable = 5 times (01) Cushing S MTWThF 6/8/15-7/1/15 8:00am-5:00pm CJTC For class and registration information contact Ngoc Huynh at (408) , extension When does my Summer class start? All 6-week Summer classes have a start date of June 15, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example, PSY has dates of 6/15/15-7/23/15, although the class meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The first meeting for this class will be on Tuesday, June 16 not Monday, June 15, because this class does not meet on Mondays. Allied health Ah-110 medical Terminology Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: ENGL-151B Introduction to medical terminology as related to body systems and used in health professions. (01) Scofield R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (04) Franklin D 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB American Sign language ASl-181A Conversational ASl I Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Designed to provide basic conversational skills using ASL. (01) Amundsen S MTW 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-11:00am NC2200 ASl-183 ASl Skill Building Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Prerequisite: ASL-101A For students wishing to become more proficient in using ASL. Taught in ASL only. (01) Kulchinsky J MTW 6/15/15-7/23/15 11:10am-2:10pm NC2200 Anthropology AnTh-101 Physical Anthropology Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for Biological and cultural aspects of human adaptation. (10) Otte J MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 8:00am-9:25am NP-8A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 9:40am-11:05am NP-8A AnTh-102 Cultural Anthropology Study of human society with reference to the development and change of culture. C-ID ANTH 120 (09) Peterson P MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:00am-12:25pm NP-6 (10) Rodgers J 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 29

2 AnTh-104 Survey of north American Indian Cultures Investigation of Native American cultures, religions, and history. (03) Rodgers J 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB Art Athletics The following courses are primarily for intercollegiate athletics. Please see Pe for physical activity courses or KIn (Kinesiology) for theory courses related to exercise science, wellness, and sports medicine. These courses are recommended for Ohlone College intercollegiate student athletes. Kindergarten-12th grade students may not enroll in any PE or ATHL courses. ArT-101 Art: An Introduction Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Survey of the visual arts: painting, sculpture, architecture, and film. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts. (01) Bridger N MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-8:35pm NP-7 (02) Mencher K 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) Mencher K 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Astronomy ASTr-101A General Astronomy of the Solar System Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: MATH-151 and ASTR-102 Introduction to the astronomy of the solar system. (03) Wegryn E MW 6/15/15-8/6/15 7:00pm-10:10pm NC1222 ASTr-102 General Astronomy lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Corequisite: ASTR-101A or ASTR-101B Advisory: MATH-151 Introduction to the methods and fundamentals of astronomy through inquiry and experiments. (03) Wegryn E TTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 7:00pm-10:10pm NC1224 AThl-101A2 functional Sports Performance Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Medical clearance within the last year For the student athlete to better prepare for the on-coming season of sport. Repeatable = 3 times (01) Heslin L MTWTh 7/6/15-8/13/15 7:15am-8:30am ICP (02) Marroquin D MTWTh 7/6/15-8/13/15 9:30am-10:45am ICP (03) Penaflor J TTh 7/6/15-8/13/15 5:30pm-8:05pm GYM (04) Hess T MTWTh 7/6/15-8/13/15 6:00pm-7:15pm POOL AThl-246 Intercollegiate Basketball Prep, Women Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year Intended to prepare future or current athletes for the championship season. Repeatable = 3 times (01) Rizza E MW 7/6/15-8/13/15 5:30pm-8:05pm GYM AThl-247 Intercollegiate Basketball Prep, men Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: Medical clearance within the last year Intended to prepare future or current athletes for the championship season. Repeatable = 3 times (01) Fisher S MW 7/6/15-8/13/15 5:30pm-8:05pm GYM Biology BIOl-105 heredity, evolution, and Society This course covers genetics and evolution, with an emphasis on the human aspect of both subjects. (06) Taylor L MTW 6/15/15-8/6/15 6:00pm-8:15pm NC2100 BIOl-109 Biology of Sexual reproduction Anatomy, physiology, and behavioral aspects of sexual reproduction. (05) Taylor L MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:45am-1:10pm NP-5 Did you know??? Some 11,839 Associate in Arts for Transfer and Associate in Science for Transfer degrees, which guarantee students admission to California State University, were conferred in , double the figure from the previous academic year. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office 30 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

3 BIOl-130 Introduction to Biology Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for Introduction to biology for non-science majors. (15) Sundar S MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 10:35am-12:00pm NP-7 MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 9:00am-10:25am NP-10A (16) Sundar S MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 10:35am-12:00pm NP-7 MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 12:15pm-1:40pm NP-10A (17) Patki S MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 6:00pm-7:25pm NC2102 MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 4:00pm-5:25pm NP-10A Biotechnology BIOT-103 lab Biotech Summer Bridge Unit(s): 2.00 (CR) Prerequisite: This course is open only to Learning Alliance for Bioscience program participants from partner high schools. Students must have successfully completed an articulated LAB biotechnology or biochemistry course prior to participating in this Bridge course. A hands-on exploration of molecular biology techniques, open to LAB Program participants. (01) Barnby M MTWTh 6/15/15-6/25/15 8:30am-11:55am NP-9 MTWTh 6/15/15-6/25/15 12:15pm-3:30pm NP-9 For additional information about this class please contact Dr. Issel-Tarver at (02) Issel-Tarver L MTWTh 6/15/15-6/25/15 8:30am-11:55am NP-9 MTWTh 6/15/15-6/25/15 12:15pm-3:30pm NP-9 For additional information about this class please contact Dr. Issel-Tarver at BIOT-203 Special Projects Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU; Granting of UC transfer credit is contingent on review of the course outline by the UC campus Prerequisite: Prior arrangement with instructor Research/special study determined in consultation with instructor. (05) Issel-Tarver L 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week NC2423 BrDC-124B Broadcast Internships II Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: BRDC-123A and BRDC-124 Internship at Bay Area broadcast station or related facility to learn various aspects of the broadcasting business. (01) Briseno T 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week SC-234 BrDC-127A radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL as the operational lab. (01) Briseno T M 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:00pm-3:50pm SC-234 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week SC-234 BrDC-127B radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL Radio as the operational lab. (01) Briseno T M 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:00pm-3:50pm SC-234 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week SC-234 BrDC-127C radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL as the operational lab. (01) Briseno T M 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:00pm-3:50pm SC-234 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week SC-234 BrDC-127D radio Broadcast lab Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: BRDC-123B Radio programming and production with KOHL as the operational lab. (01) Briseno T M 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:00pm-3:50pm SC-234 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week SC-234 BrDC-201 Special Projects Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Research/special study determined in consultation with instructor. Contact instructor for space availability. (01) Briseno T 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week SC-234 Broadcasting radio BrDC-123A radio Operations I Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Introduction to and participation in the technical operation of a radio broadcast facility. (01) Briseno T M 6/15/15-7/23/15 2:00pm-5:00pm SC-234 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week SC-234 BrDC-123B radio Operations II Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: BRDC-123A Participation in technical operation of KOHL radio. Refinement of concepts introduced in BRDC-123A. (01) Briseno T M 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:00pm-6:00pm SC-234 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week SC-234 BrDC-124 Broadcast Internships Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: BRDC-123A Student internship at Bay Area broadcast stations to learn various aspects of the business. (01) Briseno T 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week SC-234 Business Administration BA-102A Principles of economics-macroeconomics Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: MATH-152 or MATH-153 Advisory: Eligible for Covers supply and demand, economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy, inflation, unemployment, and international economics. C-ID ECON 202 (01) McQuirk J MTTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 9:30am-12:30pm NC2211 (02) Mosleh T 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) Mosleh T 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 31

4 BA-102B Principles of economics-microeconomics Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: MATH-152 or MATH-153 Advisory: Eligible for Topics include supply and demand, market structure, pricing policies, labor, elasticity, public goods, and environmental policy. C-ID ECON 201 (01) McQuirk J MTTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 1:00pm-4:00pm NC2201 (02) Bolt C 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) Bolt C 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB BA-121A Developing your Business Plan Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Business plan elements will be covered; financial statements, marketing and competitive strategies. (01) Nance C 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB BA-121B legal Aspects of Small Business Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Legal aspects of starting and operating a small business. (01) Nance C 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB BA-123 math for Accounting and Business Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B and MATH-151 Methods of problem interpretation and solving of common business calculations. (01) TBA M 6/15/15-6/15/15 12:00pm-2:00pm NC2308 M 6/29/15-6/29/15 12:00pm-2:00pm NC2308 M 7/13/15-7/13/15 12:00pm-2:00pm NC2308 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (02) Andrews J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB BA-125 Introduction to Business Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Purposes, organization, and major activities of business operations in a global economy. C-ID BUS 110 (01) Yoshikawa R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (02) Patterson A 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) Nance C 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB BA-141A Business law The study of the legal environment, ethics, sustainability, contracts, agency, sales law, and real estate law. C-ID BUS 125 (01) Bierman D TTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-8:05pm NP-5 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (02) Ver Haar M M 6/15/15-7/27/15 6:30pm-9:40pm NC2211 6/15/15-7/27/ hrs/week WEB (03) Bierman D 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Business Supervision management BSm-101 fundamentals of Supervision Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B This course provides an overview of supervisory principles and practices. (01) Webb E M 6/15/15-7/23/15 4:15pm-6:00pm NC2211 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB BSm-102 Interpersonal relations in the Workplace Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B Interpersonal relations, getting along with others, conflict/stress control, and team building for managers. (01) Nance C 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB 32 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

5 BSm-105 Operations management Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-151B Introduction to Operations Management; Designing Operations; Managing Operations and Safety. (01) Hatter A 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Chemistry Chem-101A General Chemistry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: CHEM-102 and MATH-152, or satisfactory performance on the Chemistry Placement Test at Ohlone College Advisory: CAOT-150 First half of general college chemistry series for science, pre-medical, and preengineering majors. C-ID CHEM 110 (09) Voloshko L MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:45pm-4:20pm NP-5 MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:30am-2:40pm NC2412 (10) Voloshko L MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:45pm-4:20pm NP-5 MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 4:50pm-8:00pm NC2412 Chem-102 Preparation for General Chemistry Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: MATH-151 Preparatory course for Chemistry 101A. Emphasis on problem solving and mathematical calculations. (15) Hadei N MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:00am-12:25pm NC2102 MW 6/15/15-8/6/15 7:30am-10:40am NC2418 (16) Hadei N MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:00am-12:25pm NC2102 TTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 7:30am-10:40am NC2418 Chem-109 Biochemistry for health Science and Biotechnology Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: MATH-151 Biochemistry for Health Science and Biotechnology; topics include inorganic, organic and biochemistry. Does not meet the prerequisite for Chemistry 101A. (11) Guha N MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 9:15am-10:40am NC2102 MW 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:00am-2:10pm NC2418 (12) Guha N MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 9:15am-10:40am NC2102 TTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:00am-2:10pm NC2418 (13) Slobodov I MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 12:45pm-2:10pm NC2102 MW 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:30pm-5:40pm NC2418 (14) Slobodov I MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 12:45pm-2:10pm NC2102 TTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:30pm-5:40pm NC2418 Chinese ChIn-101A elementary mandarin Chinese I Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to Mandarin Chinese. Students will acquire listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. (06) Mao W MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 9:35am-12:45pm NC2121 Computer Applications and Occupational Technology CAOT-101A Computer Applications I Cross-referenced Course: CS-101A Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: CS-101 Learn Word documents, spreadsheets, database programs, presentation graphics, and program information manager software. (01) Arellano R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (06) Sibley C 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB Computer Science CS-101 Introduction to Computers and Information Technology Cross-referenced Course: CneT-101 ; concurrent enrollment in CS-101A Describes applications and impacts of hardware, software, networking, and information systems. (01) Gao Y 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (02) Grotegut R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) Fang X 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (11) Fang X 6/29/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB CS-101A Computer Applications I Cross-referenced Course: CAOT-101A Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: CS-101 Learn Word documents, spreadsheets, database programs, presentation graphics, and program information manager software. (01) Arellano R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 33

6 CS-146 Introduction to unix/linux Cross-referenced Course: CneT-146 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn functions and features of the UNIX/Linux operating system, primarily at the command-line, but also in a GUI. (05) TBA 6/22/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB Computers, networks, and emerging Technology CneT-101 Introduction to Computers and Information Technology Cross-referenced Course: CS-101 ; concurrent enrollment in CS-101A Describes applications and impacts of hardware, software, networking, and information systems. (01) Gao Y 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (02) Grotegut R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) Fang X 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (11) Fang X 6/29/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB CneT-105 IT essentials (CompTIA A+) Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Fundamentals of computer hardware and software, advanced concepts in security, networking, and the responsibilities of an ICT professional. Preparation for CompTIA s A+ certification. (05) Leiva I MW 6/22/15-8/5/15 6:25pm-10:00pm NC2308 6/22/15-8/5/ hrs/week NC2308 6/22/15-8/5/ hrs/week WEB CneT-120 Vmware: Install, Configure, manage Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU This hands-on training course explores installation, configuration, and management of VMware vsphere. (05) Powell J 6/22/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB CneT-122A Information Storage and management emc Unit(s): 2.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU EMC Information Storage and Management: storing, managing, and protecting digital information. (04) TBA 6/22/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB CneT-138 Pl/SQl Programming Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: CNET-137 This course covers the complete PL/SQL programming language. (01) Shaarani F 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB CneT-146 Introduction to unix/linux Cross-referenced Course: CS-146 Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Learn functions and features of the UNIX/Linux operating system, primarily at the command-line, but also in a GUI. (05) TBA 6/22/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB CneT-155A Introduction to networks (CCnA1) Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Networking terminology, protocols standards, cabling. Preparation for CCENT and CCNA. (05) Grotegut R TTh 6/23/15-8/6/15 7:00pm-9:05pm NC2308 TTh 6/23/15-8/6/15 9:10pm-10:00pm NC2315 6/23/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB Consumer family Science CfS-109 nutrition Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Study and application of concepts of nutrition in health and disease. (01) Grillo J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (02) Grillo J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB 34 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

7 early Childhood Studies ecs-307a4 Practicum field experience Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: ECS-300, ECS-301, ECS-302, and ECS-303 Advisory: Observe, plan, implement activities for young children as an assistant teacher in the lab. C-ID ECE 210 (03) Jones J MTWTh 5/26/15-6/11/15 9:30am-12:30pm NC2121 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week CD-103 Any student wishing to add into a closed class must attend the first class meeting to pursue the possibility of adding the class. A negative TB test taken after August 1, 2012 is required. ecs-313 Science and math Curriculum for young Children Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: and ECS-301 In-depth study of hands-on math and science curriculum development for the young child. (01) Smith M TWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-9:30pm NP-12 english All students enrolled in, 151A, and 151B must report to class the first class meeting. Students who do not report the first class meeting may be dropped to make room for other students. (47) Vetter J 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB (48) Vetter J 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB engl-101b reading and Composition (Introduction to literature) Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: An introduction to the types of literature (novel, short story, poetry, drama) through reading, writing, and discussion. C-ID ENGL 120 (01) Mitchell R MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-10:50am NP-3 (02) Bollman J MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 12:30pm-3:20pm NP-1 (03) Brandt T MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 2:50pm-5:40pm NP-6 (04) Flynn R MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-9:20pm NC2121 (05) Virgil T 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (06) Virgil T 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Most classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and online. Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for free to students in the computer labs on both the Fremont and Newark campuses. engl-101a reading and Written Composition Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: ; ENGL-151RW; or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the placement test process Reading and writing of argument, exposition, and research, along with developing critical thinking and fluency. C-ID ENGL 100 (01) Gruber C MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-10:05am NP-1 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (02) Omidi P MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:15am-12:20pm NP-1 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) Weatherup E MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:30pm-5:35pm NP-1 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (04) Kristel M TWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-9:30pm NP-1 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (45) Schenk R 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB (46) Flynn R 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB (Continued on next column.) engl-101c Critical Thinking and Composition Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: An introduction to critical reading, thinking, and writing. C-ID ENGL 105 (01) Radcliff S MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-10:05am NC2123 (02) De Larios R MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 11:00am-1:05pm NP-3 (03) Marroquin D MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 1:15pm-3:20pm NP-3 (04) Omidi P MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:30pm-5:35pm NP-3 (05) Cragen E MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 4:15pm-6:20pm NC2121 (06) Taguchi K MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-8:35pm NP-3 (25) Bollman J 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB Most ENGL-151A classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and online. Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for free to students in the computer labs on both the Fremont and Newark campuses. engl-151a fundamentals of Composition Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-162 Fundamentals of English grammar, punctuation, reading, and writing of paragraphs and informal essays. Not applicable to associate degree. (25) Carrell T MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 8:00am-9:25am NC2121 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week NC1124 Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 35

8 Most ENGL-151B classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and online. Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for free to students in the computer labs on both the Fremont and Newark campuses. engl-151b fundamentals of Composition Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Prerequisite: ENGL-151A or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the placement test process Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-163 or ENGL-175 Writing well-developed essays, critical reading; review of grammar and mechanics. Not applicable to associate degree. (25) Brandt T MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 9:35am-11:00am NC2309 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week NC1124 (26) Morrow J MWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 3:30pm-5:35pm NC2123 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week NC1124 Most ENGL-162 classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and online. Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for free to students in the computer labs on both the Fremont and Newark campuses. english as a Second language esl-183rw reading and Writing, level III Unit(s): 5.00 (GC) Prerequisite: ESL-182RW or placement through ESL Placement Test Development of reading, writing, and grammar skills, with a focus on academic American English, Level III. Not applicable to associate degree. (06) Morrow J MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 8:20am-10:50am NP-6 environmental Studies envs-108 Introduction to the environment Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for Examines scientific, social, and political causes of earth s environmental problems, and proposes sustainable solutions. (01) Bansal N MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 2:00pm-4:15pm NC1222 (02) Watanabe J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB engl-162 Developmental reading Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Advisory: ESL-184RW or Accuplacer assessment. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-151A encouraged to enhance combined reading and writing skills For improvement of basic reading skills, vocabulary skills, and study strategies. Not applicable to associate degree. (01) Kuykendall S MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-10:05am NP-5 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week HH-217 (02) Kuykendall S MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 1:15pm-3:20pm NC2123 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1124 Most ENGL-163 classes are hybrid, with class meetings on campus and online. Students must have Internet access. Internet access is available for free to students in the computer labs on both the Fremont and Newark campuses. engl-163 Techniques of College reading Unit(s): 4.00 (GR) Prerequisite: ENGL-162 or score between 71.5 and 87.5 on the reading portion of Accuplacer Assessment Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ENGL-151B encouraged Development of college-level skills in vocabulary, comprehension, critical reading/thinking, study strategies, and reading rate. Not applicable to associate degree. (01) Swamy R MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 11:10am-1:15pm NC1222 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (02) Carrell T MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 4:25pm-6:30pm NC1222 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB engl-365 Supervised Tutoring Unit(s): 0.00 (NG) Prerequisite: Instructor or counselor referral Individualized tutoring to assist students to develop a learning methodology in a subject. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 3 times (02) Swamy R 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week NC1124 Gender and Women s Studies WS-150 Women s health Issues Cross-referenced Course: hlth-150 Contemporary issues of women s health including mental health, nutrition, exercise, and reproductive health. (01) Kurotori R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Geography GeOG-101 Physical Geography Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC People and their physical environment; the natural features of climate, land forms, soil, vegetation, water, and mineral resources. C-ID GEOG 115 (01) Bansal N MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-10:05am NC1222 MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:10am-12:15pm NC1224 GeOG-102 Cultural Geography Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for Origin, spread, and regional differentiation of human cultures. C-ID GEOG 120 (01) Bansal N 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB 36 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

9 GeOG-123 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Projects Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: GEOG-121 and GEOG-122 Enhances technical skills for problem solving and managing GIS projects. (01) Bansal N 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week NC2420 Contact the instructor, Narinder Bansal, at for information about this class. health and Wellness hlth-101 Contemporary health Issues A study of how to obtain and maintain optimum wellness for self, family, and community. (02) Bain C 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (07) Heslin L MW 7/6/15-8/5/15 1:30pm-3:35pm NC2309 6/29/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB hlth-150 Women s health Issues Cross-referenced Course: WS-150 Contemporary issues of women s health including mental health, nutrition, exercise, and reproductive health. (01) Kurotori R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB history hist-105 history of California Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Heritage and development of California from beginning to present day. (01) Higdon N MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:15am-12:20pm NC2100 (02) De Unamuno R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) De Unamuno R 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB hist-117a history of the united States History of the United States from pre-colonial times through Reconstruction (1877). C-ID HIST-130 (01) Prater C MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-10:05am NC2100 (02) Bardell D 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) Bardell D 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB hist-117b history of the united States Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: History of the United States from 1877 (the end of Reconstruction) to the present. C-ID HIST 140 (01) Prater C MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 12:30pm-2:35pm NC2100 (02) Bardell D 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Kinesiology The following theory courses are primarily focused on exercise science, wellness, and sports medicine. Please see Pe for physical activity courses or AThl (Athletics) for all courses related to intercollegiate athletics. KIn-240 Introduction to Kinesiology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduces the history, philosophy, and careers in physical education, fitness, and sport. C-ID KIN 100 (01) Curran M 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB KIn-251 fitness for life Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to assessment, design, and implementation of a personal fitness and wellness program for healthy living. (01) Heslin L 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Did you know??? Ohlone College remains the only community college in the United States named for an Indian Tribe. Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 37

10 library Science ls-101 Steps to Successful research Unit(s): 1.00 (CR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for Introduction to information retrieval and evaluation. (01) Schmidt J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (05) Thomas E 6/29/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB mathematics math-101a Calculus with Analytic Geometry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: MATH-188 Limits, continuity, differentiation, applications, and introduction to integration. C-ID MATH 210 (11) TBA MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 8:00am-10:50am NC2122 (12) Anderson S MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 5:15pm-8:05pm NC2122 math-101b Calculus with Analytic Geometry Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: MATH-101A Integration techniques, series, conics, parametric equations, and polar coordinates. (11) Honma C MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 8:00am-10:50am NC2120 (12) Crisostomo N MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 5:00pm-7:50pm NC2120 math-103 Introduction to linear Algebra Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: MATH-101B Vector spaces, matrices, determinants, linear transformations, eigenvectors, and applications. C-ID MATH 250 (01) O Connell J MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 11:00am-1:05pm NC2122 (03) O Connell J MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 1:15pm-3:20pm NC2122 math-151 Algebra I Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Prerequisite: MATH-191 or MATH-192 Algebraic expressions, equations, inequalities, graphs, systems of equations, exponents, polynomials, and factoring. (16) Mukherjee S MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 9:45am-12:35pm NP-12 (17) Vu T MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:30pm-5:20pm NP-12 math-151a Algebra I (Part 1) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) Prerequisite: MATH-191, MATH-192, or placement evaluation Signed numbers, equations, graphs, systems of equations, and applications. Not applicable to associate degree. (14) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:00pm-3:35pm NC2119 (15) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 5:00pm-6:35pm NC2119 math-151b Algebra I (Part 2) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) Prerequisite: MATH-151A Exponents, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, and applications. Not applicable to associate degree. (14) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 3:15pm-4:50pm NC2119 (15) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 6:15pm-7:50pm NC2119 math-152 Algebra II Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Prerequisite: MATH-151; MATH-151A and MATH-151B; or placement evaluation Systems, graphs, conics, exponentials, logs, sequences, series, binomial theorem. (20) TBA MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 8:00am-10:50am NC2119 (21) Grewal M MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:00am-1:50pm NC2119 (22) Lamba H MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 8:00am-10:50am NC2318 math-152a Algebra II (Part 1) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) Prerequisite: MATH-151; MATH-151A and MATH-151B; or placement evaluation Functions, linear systems, inequalities, radical expressions and equations, complex numbers. (11) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:00pm-3:35pm NC2119 (12) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 5:00pm-6:35pm NC2119 math-152b Algebra II (Part 2) Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) Prerequisite: MATH-152A or placement evaluation Graphs, quadratics, exponentials, logs, conics, sequences, series, sigma notation, binomial expansion. (11) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 3:15pm-4:50pm NC2119 (12) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 6:15pm-7:50pm NC2119 math-153 Intermediate Algebra Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Prerequisite: MATH-151; MATH-151A and MATH-151B; or placement evaluation Functions, graphs, quadratics, parabolas, exponentials, logs, sigma notation. (16) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 3:15pm-4:50pm NC2119 (17) Nguyen A MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 6:15pm-7:50pm NC2119 (18) Cho E MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:00am-12:35pm NP-4 (19) Pages E MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:30pm-4:05pm NP-4 math-159 Introduction to Statistics Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: MATH-152, MATH-153, or placement evaluation Advisory: ENGL-163 Probability, distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression and analysis of variance. C-ID MATH 110 (15) Ta D MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 5:00pm-7:50pm NC2318 (16) Gambhir J MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:00am-1:50pm NC2318 (17) Vanajakshi C MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:00pm-4:50pm NC OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

11 math-181 Trigonometry Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: MATH-152 or placement evaluation Graphing, theory, and applications of trigonometric functions. (01) Wong W MTW 6/15/15-7/23/15 2:20pm-5:20pm NC2200 This section is taught in American Sign Language only. (12) Luu T MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 12:45pm-2:20pm NP-4 (13) Judge T MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 3:30pm-5:05pm NC2122 (14) TBA MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 5:15pm-6:50pm NP-4 math-188 Pre-Calculus Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: MATH-181 Advanced study of algebraic and transcendental functions; sequences, series. (11) Pages E MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 8:00am-10:50am NP-4 (12) Judge T MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 11:00am-1:50pm NC2120 (13) Demlinger K MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 2:00pm-4:50pm NC2120 math-191 Pre-Algebra Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Prerequisite: MATH-190, MATH-190B, or placement evaluation Signed integers, fractions, decimals, variables, problem-solving, geometry applications, and study skills. Not applicable to associate degree. (11) Sofla S MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 8:00am-9:35am NP-12 (12) Sofla S MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 12:45pm-2:20pm NP-12 math-365 Supervised Tutoring Unit(s): 0.00 (NG) Prerequisite: Instructor or counselor referral Individualized tutoring to assist students to develop a learning methodology in a subject. Not applicable to associate degree. Repeatable = 3 times (01) O Connell J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC2306 music mus-101 music Appreciation: Western Classical music Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC General introduction to music for the non-musician. C-ID MUS 100 (01) McManus J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB mus-103 fundamentals of music Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Basics of musical notation, keys, scales, intervals, chords, and ear training. Preparatory course for MUS-110A. C-ID MUS 110 (01) Roberts T 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB mus-104 music of World Cultures Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC A survey of traditional and contemporary music from around the world. Requires attendance at selected events offered by Ohlone College at the Gary Soren Smith Center for the Fine and Performing Arts. (01) Keller D 6/15/15-7/13/ hrs/week WEB (02) Keller D 6/22/15-7/20/ hrs/week WEB (03) Keller D 6/25/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB nursing Pre-APPrOVeD ADmISSIOn required nur-213b Selected Topic: International nursing Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Corequisite: Student needs to be enrolled in Registered Nursing program or recent graduate from Registered Nursing program Intense three-week international nursing course with pre- and post activities and clinical outside of the United States. (01) Dameron C MTWTh 6/1/15-6/4/15 8:00am-12:00pm NC2211 MT 6/22/15-6/23/15 8:00am-12:00pm NC2211 6/6/15-6/16/ hrs/week TOUR This class will travel to Panama City, Panama June 6-16, 2015, in addition to oncampus meetings before and after the trip. Personal Development PD-105 College Success Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: A student-centered class focusing on skills needed to enhance college success. This class cannot be taken with PD-111 or PD-113. (01) Harper J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (02) Harper J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB PD-113 Strategies for Succeeding in College Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Training in learning strategies, life skills, critical thinking. This course cannot be taken with PD-105 or PD-111. (01) Dadgar N 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 39

12 Philosophy PhIl-104 logic Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Introduction to formal deductive reasoning. Emphasis will be on modern symbolic logic. C-ID PHIL 110 (01) TBA MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-10:05am NC2306 Physical education Pe-375A3 Beginning Tai Chi Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Medical check within the last year This course is suitable for all ages and levels of fitness and will focus on Tai Chi as a lifetime leisure activity. (01) Mei M MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:00pm-5:05pm NC1407 Pe-375B3 Intermediate Tai Chi Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Medical check within the last year The exploration of Tai Chi as an ancient martial arts form. Benefits include stress reduction, improved balance, and a general sense of wellness. (01) Mei M MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:00pm-5:05pm NC1407 The following courses are primarily focused on physical activity. Please see AThl (Athletics) for all courses related to intercollegiate athletics, KIn (Kinesiology) for theory courses related to exercise science, wellness, and sports medicine, and hlth (Health and Wellness) for additional courses related to health and wellness. Kindergarten-12th grade students may not enroll in any PE or ATHL courses. Pe-320A2 Basic Golf Skills Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Medical check within the last year Basic Golf The start of the game for life. (01) Cowan D SSu 6/15/15-7/23/15 9:00am-12:00pm PGC Pe-322A2 Golf: Chipping, Pitching, and Putting Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Medical check within the last year; PE-320A2 or PE-320A3 Demonstration and practice of the short game utilizing the golf course as the classroom. (01) Cowan D SSu 6/15/15-7/23/15 9:00am-12:00pm PGC Pe-342A2 Circuit Training Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Medical check within the last year Increase flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular endurance through circuit training. (01) Hess T MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 12:00pm-1:15pm NC1407 Pe-344A2 Total fitness Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Medical check within the last year Structured workout to improve fitness using cardio and resistance machines, circuit training, and free weights. (01) Hess T MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 9:00am-10:15am NC1406 Pe-344A3 Total fitness Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Medical check within the last year Structured workout to improve fitness using cardio and resistance machines, circuit training, and free weights. (03) Rhoades J MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 5:15pm-6:40pm NC1406 Pe-376B2 fitness yoga Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Advisory: Medical check within the last year This class combines yoga and fitness principles in a unique blend that develops strength, flexibility, and endurance. (01) Rush I MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 1:30pm-2:45pm NC1407 Pe-376C3 yoga and meditation Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC This class introduces the student to the basic techniques and practices of yoga and basic techniques for meditation. (04) Rhoades J MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 6:50pm-8:15pm NC1407 Pe-378A2 Indoor Cycling Unit(s): 0.50 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Medical check within the last year Increase endurance and strengthen lower body muscles through a simulated outdoor ride on stationary bikes. (01) Hess T MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:30am-11:45am NC1407 Physics PhyS-108 Survey of Physics ENGL-151B, ENGL-163, and MATH-151 Lecture, demonstration, and discussion of basic principles of physics in everyday life. (01) Ballart R MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 5:00pm-7:05pm NC2309 Political Science PS-102 American Government Theory and practice of constitutional government in U.S.; federal, state, and local levels. C-ID POLS 110 (01) Selby D MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-10:05am NC2106 (02) Selby D MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:15am-12:20pm NC OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

13 Psychology PSy-101 General Psychology Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Introduces scientific study of behavior and mental processes, including learning, consciousness, personality, and memory. C-ID PSY 110 (01) Christner-Lile D MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 12:30pm-2:35pm NC2306 (02) Helms S MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 12:50pm-2:55pm NP-7 (03) Christner-Lile D TWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-9:30pm NC2106 PSy-108 human Development ; PSY-101 This course provides an overview, from a psychological perspective, of human development from conception through death. C-ID PSY 180 (01) Citron-Pousty J MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:15am-12:20pm NC2306 (02) Citron-Pousty J MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 2:45pm-4:50pm NC2306 PSy-112 Social Psychology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: PSY-101 and Study of behavior within social context. Topics include aggression, prejudice, attitudes, conformity, groups, gender. C-ID PSY 170 (01) Helms S MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:15am-12:20pm NC2106 real estate re-121 real estate Principles Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Introductory course covering the basic laws and principles of California real estate. (01) Hatter A 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB re-122 real estate Practice Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Introductory course covering the basic laws and principles of California real estate practice. (01) Hatter A 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB re-128 real estate Appraisal Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: RE-121 or valid real estate license This course provides current appraisal theory and practice. (01) Hatter A 6/15/15-8/6/ hrs/week WEB respiratory Therapist Pre-APPrOVeD ADmISSIOn required rt-131a Principles of mechanical Ventilation I Unit(s): 2.50 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: RT-105B Introductory course in mechanical ventilation. (01) Blaisdell M TW 6/15/15-8/6/15 3:00pm-6:00pm NC2211 rt-134 neonatal and Pediatric respiratory Care Unit(s): 1.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU Prerequisite: Admission to the RT Program; completion of first two semesters of RT Program; BIOL-103B, BIOL-106, and PHYS-108 Lecture series emphasizing respiratory care of the ill neonate and pediatric patient. (01) Petersen N W 6/15/15-7/23/15 11:00am-1:50pm NC2222 Sociology SOC-101 Introduction to Sociology Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Exploring the complexity of society with an emphasis upon understanding the relationship between self and society. C-ID SOCI 110 (01) Bauermeister M TWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 12:30pm-3:30pm NC2106 (02) Bauermeister M TWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-9:30pm NC2306 (03) White B 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (04) Duchowny L 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB SOC-105 marriage and family Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for Study of mate selection, marital and parental roles within the family and society in historical and current contexts. C-ID SOCI 130 (01) Basham J 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Spanish SPAn-101A elementary Spanish Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for Introduction to listening, speaking, reading, and writing of Spanish. C-ID SPAN 100 (10) TBA MTWTh 6/15/15-8/6/15 12:55pm-4:05pm NC2121 Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 41

14 SPAn-101B elementary Spanish Unit(s): 5.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: SPAN-101A or two years high school Spanish Advisory: Eligible for Introduction to listening, speaking, reading, and writing of Spanish. C-ID SPAN 110 (01) Wolpe A 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB This class requires two in-person meetings for a mandatory online orientation and the final exam. The online orientation is on Monday, June 15 from 5:00pm-7:00pm in NC2106 on the Newark campus. Students who do not attend the orientation will be dropped from the class. The final exam will take place on Thursday, July 23 from 5:00pm-7:00pm in NC2102 on the Newark campus. Speech and Communication Studies SPCh-101 Introduction to Public Speaking Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: ENGL-151RW, or Practice the art and theory of public speaking through delivery, organizing outlines, and use of research methodology. C-ID COMM 110 (01) Massimo T M 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:15am-1:05pm NC2123 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1110 (02) Chivers N MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 12:35pm-2:40pm NP-6 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1110 (03) Schaefer B MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 3:05pm-5:10pm NP-7 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1110 SPCh-104 Critical Thinking/Persuasion Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: and SPCH-101 Study of critical thinking/persuasion. Emphasis on reasoning and evaluation of evidence in persuasion. C-ID COMM 190 (01) Ahntholz B T 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:00pm-8:50pm NP-6 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB SPCh-105 Intercultural Communication Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for Explore cultural identity and how culture shapes how we communicate, interact, and co-create meaning in our social worlds. C-ID COMM 150 (01) Carroll K T 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-9:30pm NC2123 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB Theatre and Dance TD-102 Introduction to Theatre Appreciation Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: TD-100 See a dozen shows for credit! Group discussions and written critiques follow. C-ID THTR 111 (03) Kramer J 5/21/15-6/13/ hrs/week TOUR This class will leave for New York City on May 21, 2015 for nine nights. All travelgoers must attend three meetings to be scheduled in the early evenings in late April and early May Contact Jeff Kramer at for more information. SPCh-102 Small Group Communication/Critical Thinking Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Prerequisite: Study of small group communication theory with an emphasis on logical reasoning and the evaluation of evidence. (01) Massimo T W 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:15am-1:05pm NC2123 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB SPCh-103 Interpersonal Communication Unit(s): 3.00 (GR) Accepted For Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for Study communication at home, work, and social settings including active listening and conflict management techniques. C-ID COMM 130 (01) Adams A MTWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 8:00am-10:05am NP-7 (02) Favela L TTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 10:15am-12:20pm NC2123 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week WEB (03) Drummond S MWTh 6/15/15-7/23/15 6:30pm-9:30pm NP-6 Work experience education WeX-185A1 General Work experience education Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-185 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any WEX-195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 75 hours of paid work or 60 hours of volunteer work. Work experience education for students employed in jobs not related to a college major or occupational goal. (01) Webb E 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

15 WeX-185A2 General Work experience education Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-185 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any WEX-195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 150 hours of paid work or 120 hours of volunteer work. Work experience education for students employed in jobs not related to a college major or occupational goal. (01) Webb E 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1114 WeX-195A2 Occupational Work experience education Unit(s): 2.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-195 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any WEX-195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 150 hours of paid work or 120 hours of volunteer work. Work Experience Education for students employed in jobs that are related to a college major or occupational goal. (01) Webb E 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1114 WeX-185A3 General Work experience education Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-185 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any WEX-195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 225 hours of paid work or 180 hours of volunteer work. Work experience education for students employed in jobs not related to a college major or occupational goal. (01) Webb E 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1114 WeX-195A1 Occupational Work experience education Unit(s): 1.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Corequisite: Parallel Plan (Work and attend school at the same time): Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-185 units. Alternate Plan (Work and attend school alternately): Enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and WEX-195 concurrently. Work experience education for students employed in jobs that are related to a college major or occupational goal. (01) Webb E 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1114 WeX-195A3 Occupational Work experience education Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-195 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any WEX-195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 225 hours of paid work or 180 hours of volunteer work. Work Experience Education for students employed in jobs that are related to a college major or occupational goal. (01) Webb E 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1114 WeX-195A4 Occupational Work experience education Unit(s): 4.00 (GC) Accepted For Credit: CSU Corequisite: Parallel Plan: Work and attend school at the same time. Enrollment in a minimum of seven units, including Work Experience Education; students may qualify for a maximum of 3 WEX units per semester for a total of 6 WEX-195 units. Alternate plan (work and attend school alternately): enrollment limited to one other class during the semester; students must have completed a minimum of seven semester units prior to enrolling in the alternate plan; students may enroll in up to six semester units per semester. General limitations: Students may not enroll in WEX-185 and any WEX-195 course concurrently. Requires a minimum of 300 hours of paid work or 240 hours of volunteer work. Work Experience Education for students employed in jobs that are related to a college major or occupational goal. (01) Webb E 6/15/15-7/23/ hrs/week NC1114 Did you know??? The average course load of all California community college students in was 12 units. The average course load of students who enrolled in distance education courses was 15 units. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 43

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