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1 EAST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE SCHEDULE of CLASSES SUMMER 5 WEEK SESSION 1 > June 15 - July 17 7 WEEK CLASSES > June 15 - July 31 5 WEEK SESSION 2 > July 20 - August 21 CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY JUNE15 2O15

2 EAST LOS ANGELES COLLEGE 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez Monterey Park, CA NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID MONTEREY PARK, CA PERMIT NO. 33 ELAC SOUTH GATE EDUCATIONAL CENTER 2340 Firestone Blvd. South Gate, CA This information and instructional materials are available in alternative formats (Braille, large print, e-text, etc.) for qualified persons with disabilities Please call for additional information.

3 Summer 2015 Academic Calendar *Note: Listed below are the deadline dates for 5 week and 7 week courses. Some drop deadlines occur during non operating office hours; you may utilize the Student Information System (SIS) online to drop. SIS online system is available 7 days a week 7:00 am to 12 midnight (Pacific Time). Revised: 03/09/15 Subject to change 5 WEEK SESSION 1 7 WEEK SESSION 5 WEEK SESSION 2 June 15 July 17 June 15 July 31 July 20 August 21 Early Application Filing Period Open Until... Sun., June Sun. June14... Sun. June 14 A/O/C Completion Deadline for Registration Priority... Wed., March Wed., March 25.. Wed,. March 25 Loss of Priority Registration Appeal Deadline... Wed,. April Wed., April Wed., April 08 Group 1 Priority Registration for Continuing Students (All Sessions)...April Group 2 Registration for Continuing Students in Good Standing and Early Reg. for New Students who Complete A/O/C by 03/27/ (All Sessions)... Apr. 16-May 03 Group 3 Non-Priority Registration for Continuing Students (All Sessions)... May Group 4 K-12 Concurrent Student Registration (All Sessions)... May Open Enrollment for All Students.... May 21-June May 21-June 14.. May 21-July 19 HOLIDAY Memorial Day -College Closed.... Mon., May Mon., May Mon., May 25 Graduation Petition Period... June 15-July June 15-July 31.. June 15-July 31 Residency Code Adjustment Deadline...Fri., June 12...Fri., June Fri., June 12 Day & Begin... Mon., June Mon., June 15...Mon., July 20 *Last Day to Add & Audit Classes.... Wed., June Fri., June Wed., July 22 *Last Day to Drop Without Paying Fees.... Wed., June Fri., June Wed., July 22 *Last Day to Drop Without a W... Wed., June Fri., June Wed., July 22 Last Day for Section Transfers Thurs., June Thurs., June 25...Thurs., July 30 Last Day to File for Pass/No Pass...Thurs., June Thurs., June 25...Thurs., July 30 Independence Day-College Closed... Fri., July Fri., July Fri., July 03 *Last Day to Drop With a W (75% of term)... Thurs., July Mon., July Thurs., Aug. 13 Finals Begin.... Thurs., July 16...Thurs., July Thurs., Aug 20 Summer Session Ends... Fri., July Fri., July Fri., Aug. 21 ADMISSIONS REGISTRATION HOURS (E1-105) Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9:00am 6:00pm Wednesday: 9:00am 7:00pm Friday: 8:00 am 12:00 pm INTERNET ADDRESS ELAC: DISTRICT: FISCAL OFFICE HOURS (E1-135) Monday to Thursday: 8:00 am 7:00 pm Friday: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

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5 First Session JUNE 15 JULY 17, 2015 Accounting ACCOUNTING 001 INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I Note: Business Administration majors who intend to transfer to four-year college are advised to take this course their third semester lec 1:20pm-4:25pm MTWTh STAFF F :35 hrs TBA YEUNG, I F ON LINE Administration of Justice ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 001 INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (IGETC AREA 4H) (UC limit: AJ 1 + AJ 4 combined, maximum credit, one course) 0105 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh POSNER, W D C2 124A :30 hrs TBA JOHNSON, S A ON LINE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 002 CONCEPTS OF CRIMINAL LAW (IGETC AREA 4J) 0107 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh STAFF C2 124C :25 hrs TBA JOHNSON, S A ON LINE 3002 lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh SANTOYO, M C2 124A 6001 lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh STEVENSON, M L *SGEC 115 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 004 PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM (UC limit: AJ 1 + AJ 4 combined, maximum credit, one course) 0108 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh POSNER, W D C2 124A ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 075 INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS 3003 lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STEVENSON, M L C2 124C ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 428 ETHICS IN FORENSIC SCIENCE This course provides the student with ethical standards and guidelines in forensic science :25 hrs TBA CAVANAUGH, J L ON LINE American Sign Language AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE 001 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I Note: Credit given for only one of Special Education 20 or American Sign Language 1. Note: Same as Education-Special lec 8:00am-11:20am MTWTh WONG, J H C2 125A 4558 lec 8:00am-11:20am MTWTh STAFF C2 107 Anatomy ANATOMY 001 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY (IGETC AREA 5B, 5C) (Anatomy 1 + Physiology 1 combined is equivalent to Biology 20, maximum credit 8 units) Advisory: Biology 3 and Health Information Technology 133. Note 1: All students are required to purchase their laboratory dissection specimen through the bookstore by the end of the second week of the session. Note 2: Students who are not in attendance by the first 30 min. of the first lecture or lab class may be dropped. Note 3: Biology 20 combines Anatomy 1 and Physiology 1 into a one semester course lec 9:00am-11:05am MTWThF HILL, B J B1 111 & lab 11:10am-1:15pm MTWThF HILL, B J B lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh SOUKI, S K B2 114 & lab 10:35am-1:00pm MTWTh SOUKI, S K B lec 4:00pm-6:25pm MTWTh OLSEN, K N B1 111 & lab 6:35pm-9:00pm MTWTh OLSEN, K N B1 111 Anthropology ANTHROPOLOGY 101 HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (IGETC AREA 5B) 3005 lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh PEREZ, D A2 102 Anthropology 101 is also offered through ITV, Please visit Architecture ARCHITECTURE 264 3D MODELING FOR DESIGNERS 0120 lec 8:00am-8:45am MTWTh COMBES BRIGHTON, P E7 117 & lab 8:45am-1:10pm MTWTh COMBES BRIGHTON, P E7 117 schedule of CLASSES 1

6 Environmental Design These courses are offered through the Department of Architecture. ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 101 FOUNDATIONS OF DESIGN I Advisory: Architecture lec 2:00pm-3:05pm MW NAVARRO, A J E7 114 & lab 3:05pm-5:25pm MW NAVARRO, A J E7 114 & lab 2:00pm-5:30pm TTh NAVARRO, A J E7 114 Art ART 103 ART APPRECIATION I (IGETC AREA 3A) Note: This course includes field trips to several Los Angeles Art museums. Note: Students are required to pay a $25 material fee lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh MONACI, S E lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh OWENS, M M E7 201 ART 301 WATERCOLOR PAINTING I Prerequisite: Art lec 10:40am-12:10am MTWTh UYEKAWA, J M S2 207 & lab 12:10pm-1:40pm MTWTh UYEKAWA, J M S2 207 ART 302 WATERCOLOR PAINTING II Prerequisite: Art lec 10:40am-12:10am MTWTh UYEKAWA, J M S2 207 & lab 12:10pm-1:40pm MTWTh UYEKAWA, J M S2 207 ART 501 BEGINNING TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN Note: Required of all Art majors. Art 501 should be taken before more advanced studio classes and preferably in the same semester as Art 201. Note: All students are required to pay a $25 material fee by the end of the third week of the semester lec 9:00am-10:30am MTWTh TURK, C J S2 210 & lab 10:30am-12:05pm MTWTh TURK, C J S2 210 Art History ART HISTORY 120 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART HISTORY II (IGETC AREA 3A) Advisory: English lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh BROWN, W S1 112 Astronomy ASTRONOMY 001 ELEMENTARY ASTRONOMY (IGETC AREA 5A) 0134 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh KILEDJIAN, V P A lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh Xie, Y Automobile Technology AUTOMOBILE TECHNOLOGY 115 AUTOMOBILE REPAIR WORK EXPERIENCE (CSU) 2.00 UNITS Prerequisite: AUTOMO lab 8:00am-1:10pm MTWTh BANUELOS, A AUTO lab 4:45pm-9:55pm MTWTh PENA, O AUTO 101 Biology BIOLOGY 003 INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY (IGETC AREA 5B, 5C) (UC Limit: No credit for Biology 3 or 25 if taken after Biology 6) Note: Students who are not in attendance by the first 30 min. of the first lecture or lab class may be dropped lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh GARCIA, M G B1 107 & lab 10:35am-1:00pm MTWTh GARCIA, M G B lec 1:40pm-4:05pm MTWTh CANALES, N B1 107 & lab 4:15pm-6:40pm MTWTh CANALES, N B1 107 Broadcasting BROADCASTING 001 FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING Note: May be taken concurrently with Broadcasting 15 or Communication Studies lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh BEATON, J E7 403 Business BUSINESS 001 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 0145 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh ALDERETE, F J F7 107 Chemistry CHEMISTRY 051 FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I (CSU) 5.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Math lec 8:00am-12:30pm TWTh ROSS, J F7 115 & lab 1:30pm-4:50pm TWTh ROSS, J H lec 11:30am-4:00pm TWTh GHAZARIAN, V F7 111 & lab 4:40pm-8:00pm TWTh GHAZARIAN, V H8 119 CHEMISTRY 065 INTRODUCTORY GENERAL CHEMISTRY (IGETC AREA 5A, 5C) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of MATH 115. Advisory: MATH lec 7:15am-10:35am TWTh VALVERDE, V K5 108 & lab 11:15am-2:35pm TWTh VALVERDE, V H lec 1:40pm-5:00pm TThF OW, F P K5 108 & lab 9:20am-12:40pm TThF CARPENTER, R L H schedule of CLASSES

7 CHEMISTRY 101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (IGETC AREA 5A, 5C) Prerequisite: MATH 125 and satisfactory completion of CHEM 65 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in the Chemistry Placement Process lec 5:40pm-9:00pm TWTh LABADZHYAN, G K5 108 & lab 10:00am-5:05pm TWTh KHUU, A T H8 103 Chicano Studies CHICANO STUDIES 002 THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY (IGETC AREA 4C) 8001 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh LOPEZ, F *SGEC lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh BERMUDEZ, N C2 125A CHICANO STUDIES 007 THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I (IGETC AREA 4C) Note: Chicano Studies 7 and Chicano Studies 8 can either be taken in sequence or independently lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh ROMO, M R *SGEC 117 CHICANO STUDIES 008 THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (IGETC AREA 4C) 8003 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh LOPEZ, F *SGEC lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh BERMUDEZ, N C2 125A CHICANO STUDIES 037 CHICANO LITERATURE (IGETC AREA 3B) 0157 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh TAPIA, B E C2 125B Child Development CHILD DEVELOPMENT 001 CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (IGETC AREA 4I) :30 hrs TBA B GONZALEZ, E ON LINE 3017 lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh B GONZALEZ, E F7 110 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 002 EARLY CHILDHOOD: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES 6010 lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh RIVAS, M R *SGEC 110 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 010 HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION Note: An approximate fee of up to $50.00 for First Aid and CPR certificate is required :30 hrs TBA THOMPSON, B ON LINE Chinese CHINESE 021 FUNDAMENTALS OF CHINESE I Note: This course is the first half of Chinese 1 (Chinese 21 + Chinese 22 = Chinese 1). Units cannot be earned for both Chinese 21 and Chinese 1. This is a slow-paced course for beginners lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh CHAI, H C2 106 Communication Studies COMMUNICATION STUDIES 101 PUBLIC SPEAKING (IGETC AREA 1C) 0370 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh HADDAD, N I E :30 hrs TBA ANDERSON, M V HYBRID :30 hrs TBA ANDERSON, M V HYBRID On Campus Required Meetings: Tuesday, June 23, June 30 and July 7, 10:00am-2:00pm in E :30 hrs TBA SMITH, R L HYBRID :30 hrs TBA SMITH, R L HYBRID On Campus Required Meetings: Wednesday, July 1, July 8 and July 15, 12:00pm 2:00pm in E lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh ATHA, T L E lec 3:20pm-5:45pm MTWTh STAFF E lec 3:50pm-6:15pm MTWTh STEVENSON, J E *SGEC 125 COMMUNICATION STUDIES 104 ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE (IGETC AREA 1C) 0372 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh HADDAD, N I E8 101 Computer Applications & Office Technologies COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 001 COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT APPLICATIONS I This course provides basic training in proper keyboard technique and the use of the computer to build speed and accuracy. Correct keying of letters, envelopes, tables, memorandums, and reports is also introduced, as well as proofreading with accuracy. Note: Word 2013 used for assignments lec 8:00am-9:30am MTWTh HSIAO, R L E7 415 & lab 9:30am-11:55am MTWTh HSIAO, R L E7 415 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 032 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS Advisory: CAOT 31, and CAOT 1 or 62. Principles of business writing, stressing logical thought and critical evaluation of communication. Topics include the writing of all types of business letters, memos, and reports lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh FRISE, D P E7 416 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 035 CONCEPTS IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS Introduction to the basic concepts of the information system, including coverage of the components of the microcomputer and software. Note: CAOT 35 has been articulated with CSULA to be equivalent to CIS lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh FRISE, D P E7 416 schedule of CLASSES 3

8 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 082 MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE SURVEY IN THE OFFICE Advisory: CAOT 1 or 62. This course provides hands-on training in the introduction to the basic concepts and functions of the Microsoft Office Suite including Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheet), Access (database), and PowerPoint (presentation graphics). Note: CAOT 82 plus CAOT 35 have been articulated with CSULA to be equivalent to CIS 100. Note: Office 2013 used for assignments :05 hrs TBA CROSS, K ON LINE & 10:30 hrs TBA CROSS, K ON LINE Logistics LOGISTICS 101 TECHNOLOGY IN GLOBAL LOGISTICS (CSU) 1.00 UNITS This course introduces the technology that is used withing global logistics. The emphasis is on state-of-the-art technologies and practices found within the mobile workforce and dynamic worksite environments that enable global commerce. Topics include handheld devices used in sales, inventory, and real-time tracking, GIS (Geographic Information Systems) used in distribution, GPS (Global Positioning Satellites) used in transportation, an introduction to global value networks, and a survey of global supply chain logistics careers lec 9:00am-10:30am MW GARCIA, D D E7 404 LOGISTICS 103 INVENTORY IN GLOBAL LOGISTICS (CSU) 2.00 UNITS This course introduces basic records and inventory management principles, practices, and software applications that support global supply chain logistics. The course teaches standard inventory concepts, procedures, and technologies that are used to maintain Records Information Management systems that sustain global manufacturers, distribution centers, wholesale suppliers, retail networks, and transportation industries lec 11:20am-1:30pm MTW GARCIA, D D E7 404 LOGISTICS 104 LOGISTICS: CORNERSTONE ESSENTIALS Introduces the fundamental knowledge, skills, and competencies to accomplish the critical workplace activities that are common to all logistics facilities across a global supply chain. Successful completion of this course will prepare students to sit for the MSSC Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) National Logistics Certification Exam. Note: This course is suitable for students who have completed LOGISTICS 101, 102 and 103; students with prior logistics work experience; or veterans. Enrollees must meet these criteria. This is a grant-supported course and a standard form required by the grant must be signed to be eligible to enroll into this class lec 6:50pm-10:00pm W GARCIA, D D E7 404 & lec 9:00am-6:05pm S GARCIA, D D E7 404 Computer Science-Information Technology COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 201 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 0175 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh SHERAN, H J E lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh ENOMOTO, J Y E lec 1:20pm-345pm MTWTh ENOMOTO, J Y E :30 hrs TBA SHERAN, H J ON LINE 3028 lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh KHOLLESI, B E lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh KHOLLESI, B E7 405 Dance Techniques DANCE TECHNIQUES 171 HIP-HOP DANCE TECHNIQUES I 2301 lab 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh REUTIMANN, K P S2 106 DANCE TECHNIQUES 172 HIP HOP TECHNIQUES II Prerequisite: Dance Techniques lab 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh REUTIMANN, K P S2 106 DANCE TECHNIQUES 570 CONDITIONING FOR DANCE 2305 lab 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh RABINS, K D S2 106 DANCE TECHNIQUES 571 CONDITIONING FOR DANCE TEAM TECHNIQUES II Prerequisite: Dance Techniques lab 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh RABINS, K D S2 106 DANCE TECHNIQUES 572 CONDITIONING FOR DANCE TEAM TECHNIQUES III 2307 lab 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh RABINS, K D S2 106 Earth Science EARTH SCIENCE 001 EARTH SCIENCE (IGETC AREA 5A) Note: Earth Science students are eligible to take Earth Science 2 laboratory for additional physical science credit lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh TARNOFF, S R A2 104 EARTH SCIENCE 002 EARTH SCIENCE LABORATORY (UC:CSU) 2.00 UNITS (IGETC AREA 5C) Corequisite: Earth Science 1. Note: Credit given for only one of Earth Science 2 or Geology lec 4:45pm-5:30pm MTWTh TARNOFF, S R A2 104 & lab 5:30pm-7:00pm MTWTh TARNOFF, S R A2 104 Economics ECONOMICS 001 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I (IGETC AREA 4B) Prerequisite: Math 125. Note: Economics 2 may be taken before Economics lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh CABALLES, A Z F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh STAFF *SGEC lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh DIETER, R F7 213 Economics 001 is also offered through ITV, Please visit ECONOMICS 002 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II (IGETC AREA 4B) Prerequisite: Math 125. Note: Economics 2 may be taken before Economics lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh CABALLES, A Z F lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh DIETER, R F lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh STAFF *SGEC schedule of CLASSES

9 Engineering Graphics & Design ENGINEERING GRAPHICS & DESIGN D COMPUTER-AIDED DRAFTING WITH MICROSTATION Corequisite: EGD TEK lec 7:00pm-8:30pm MTWTh STAFF E7 101 & lab 8:30pm-10:00pm MTWTh STAFF E7 101 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS & DESIGN D COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN WITH SOLIDWORKS (CSU) 2.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Engineering Graphics & Design 111 or Engineering Graphics & Design 112 An introductory course in Three-Dimensional Computer-Aided Design utilizing SolidWorks 3-D software lec 3:35pm-5:05pm MTWTh KHASHAYAR, K E7 101 & lab 5:05pm-6:35pm MTWTh KHASHAYAR, K E7 101 Engineering, General ENGINEERING, GENERAL 101 INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (UC:CSU) 2.00 UNITS This course provides students with an understanding of the academic and professional behaviors and skills necessary to enhance their chances of success as an engineering major, and ultimately as a professional. The skills include working effectively in teams, goal setting, time management, and developing oral communication skills. Students are introduced to the campus resources available to the engineering majors. Students have an opportunity to work collaboratively with their classmates on most of the assignments and in-class design projects. Note: This course is open to high school students for concurrent enrollment lec 4:15pm-5:10pm MTWTh DAVIDIAN, A M E7 105 & lab 5:10pm-6:40pm MTWTh DAVIDIAN, A M E7 105 ENGINEERING, GENERAL 131 STATICS Prerequisites: Math 261 and Physics 1. Note: This core course is required for all Engineering students transferring to all universities, including: UCLA, CSULA, USC, Cal Poly Pomona, CSULB, UCI, UCR and others. This is the first course in engineering mechanics. The course considers two-and three-dimensional analysis of force systems on particles and rigid bodies in equilibrium. Topics also include static analysis of trusses, beams, and cables, determination of center of gravity, centroids, friction, and moments of inertia of area and mass lec 6:50pm-7:55pm MTWTh GALLEGOS, H A E7 105 & lab 7:55pm-10:00pm MTWTh GALLEGOS, H A E7 105 ENGINEERING, GENERAL 151 MATERIALS OF ENGINEERING Prerequisite: Chemistry 101 and Math 261 A general introduction to different types of materials used in engineering design. The course covers the properties of materials as they relate to atomic and crystal structure. Topics include: atomic structure and bonding; crystalline structures; phases and phase diagrams; metals; polymers; ceramics; composites; mechanical deformation and fracture; and electrical and magnetic properties. Additional topics include optical properties, corrosion, and process methods. Illustration of the materials fundamental differences and their application in engineering. Note: Required of most Engineering and Technology students transferring to all universities, including: UCLA,CSULA, USC, Cal Poly Pomona, CSULB, UCI, UCR and others. Highly recommended as a technical elective for all other Engineering and Technology students lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF E7 106 English In order to enroll in one of the English Composition Sequence courses - English 21, 26, 28, 101, 102, or students must have proof that they have met the prerequisite for that course. This proof may be: 1. an appropriate assessment score, 2. successful completion of the prerequisite course, or 3. prerequisite completion form confirming successful completion of a comparable course at another college. After a computer check by Admissions, students not meeting the prerequisite for the course for which they registered will be administratively dropped. ENGLISH 021 ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) 3.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in the English Placement Process, or satisfactory completion of Reading 20. Advisory: Reading 25. Note: This course will be offered on a pass/no-pass basis lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh SANGHA, D K F lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh CENTENO, C F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh RAMIREZ, N N F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh CENTENO, C F lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh RAMIREZ, N N F lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh WELSH, H H *SGEC lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh WELSH, H H *SGEC lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh GEOPPO, P A *SGEC lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh HOLLAND, D P F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh CANO, I D F9 110 ENGLISH 028 INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION 3.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in the English Placement Process, or Satisfactory completion of English 21 or ESL 6A. Advisory: Reading lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh BASALLA, M A F lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh GLEASON, R L F lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh CARLOS, M D F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh SANCHEZ, D R F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh YOUNGBLOOD, C A F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh CONCOFF KRONBECK, M E F lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh OROZCO, L R F lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh SANCHEZ, D R F lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh GRAY, J D *SGEC lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh MUNOZ, E *SGEC lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh ANDRADE, K A *SGEC lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh GOLDMAN, A L *SGEC lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh MUNOZ, E *SGEC lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh GRAY, J D *SGEC lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh GEOPPO, P A *SGEC lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh JIMENEZ, F F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh DODD, N G F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STEVENSON, W R F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh BOYD, A B F9 111 schedule of CLASSES 5

10 ENGLISH 101 COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I (IGETC AREA 1A) Prerequisite: Acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in the English Placement Process, or satisfactory completion of English 28 or ESL 8. Advisory: Reading lec 8:00am-9:35am MTWTh LUCERO, D S B lec 8:00am-9:35am MTWTh MISSAKIAN, I V F lec 10:40am-12:15pm MTWTh SANGHA, D K F lec 10:40am-12:15pm MTWTh RODRIGUEZ, J R F lec 1:20pm-2:55pm MTWTh LUCERO, D S B lec 8:00am-9:35am MTWTh MANNONE, D R *SGEC lec 10:40am-12:15pm MTWTh MANNONE, D R *SGEC lec 7:25pm-9:00pm MTWTh ANDRADE, K A F lec 7:25pm-9:00pm MTWTh STAFF B2 102 English 101 is also offered through ITV, Please visit ENGLISH 102 COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II (IGETC AREA 1B, 3B) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of English 101. Note: Both English 102 and 103 meet the IGETC requirement for critical thinking lec 1:20pm-2:55pm MTWTh CONCOFF KRONBECK, M E F9 110 ENGLISH 103 COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING (IGETC AREA 1B) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of English 101. Note: Both English 102 and 103 meet the IGETC requirement for Critical Thinking lec 8:00am-9:35am MTWTh RODRIGUEZ, J R F lec 1:20pm-2:55pm MTWTh GLEASON, R L F9 113 English as a Second Language ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 004A COLLEGE ESL IV: WRITING AND GRAMMAR 6.00 UNITS Prerequisites: English as a Second Language 3A or accepetable level of English as demonstrated in the ESL placement process. Advisories: E.S.L. 4B and/or 4C lec 12:00pm-3:35pm MTWTh CHAN, C C F9 108 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 005A COLLEGE ESL V: WRITING AND GRAMMAR (UC:CSU) 6.00 UNITS Prerequisites: English as a Second Language 4A or accepetable level of English as demonstrated in the ESL placement process. Advisories: E.S.L. 5B and/or ESL 5C lec 8:00am-11:35am MTWTh DUFFY, A M F9 107 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 006A COLLEGE ESL VI: WRITING AND GRAMMAR (UC:CSU) 6.00 UNITS Prerequisite: E.S.L. 5A or Acceptable level of English as demonstrated in the ESL placement process. Advisories: E.S.L. 6B and/or ESL 6C lec 12:00pm-3:35pm MTWTh DE ALAIZA, C H F9 107 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 006B COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE VI: READING AND VOCABUL Advisories: E.S.L. 6A and/or ESL 6C lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh KERFORD, J P B2 111 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 005C COLLEGE ENGLISH as a SECOND LANGUAGE V: LISTENING AND SPEAKING Advisories: E.S.L. 5A and/or ESL 5C lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh NICOLAIDES, A F9 108 Humanities HUMANITIES 060 PEOPLE AND THEIR WORLD: TECHNOLOGY AND THE HUMANITIES (IGETC AREA 3B) Advisory: English lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh JIMENEZ, F B2 105 Reading READING 020 EFFECTIVE READING (NDA) 5.00 UNITS Advisory: Learning Skills 16. Note: This course is offered on a pass/no-pass basis only lec 8:00am-11:05am MTWTh PACHECO, S R B lec 12:00pm-3:05pm MTWTh ALLERSON, S L B lec 8:00am-11:05am MTWTh RODRIGUEZ, M A *SGEC 111 Environmental Science ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 001 THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT: PHYSICAL PROCESSES (IGETC AREA 5A) 0213 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh ADSIT, R J A2 103 Family And Consumer Studies FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 021 NUTRITION 3060 lec 4:45pm-7:15pm MTWTh VELAZQUEZ, J F7 116 FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 091 LIFE MANAGEMENT 8163 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh VELAZQUEZ, J SGEC 125 South Gate Educational Center, 2340 Firestone Blvd., South Gate, CA schedule of CLASSES

11 Finance FINANCE 008 PERSONAL FINANCE AND INVESTMENTS 3065 lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF F7 111 Fire Technology FIRE TECHNOLOGY 201 FIRE PROTECTION ORGANIZATION This course introduces fire technology: its career opportunities, philosophy and history of fire protection, fire loss analysis, fire protection functions and systems, basic fire chemistry and physics, and fire strategy and tactics. The course describes the organization of fire departments and their relation to local governments and the laws regulating fire service lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh HOSEA, J B C2 122B FIRE TECHNOLOGY 207 WILDLAND FIRE CONTROL This course provides information on the characteristics and behavior of wildland fires in the Southern California watershed systems. It covers organization, staffing, equipment, initial attack, large fire management, and tactical situations lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh BEARD, M C2 122B French FRENCH 010 FRENCH CIVILIZATION (IGETC AREA 3B) Advisory: French 2. Note: This class is taught in English :25 hrs TBA ECKHERT, M D ON LINE Geography GEOGRAPHY 001 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (IGETC AREA 5A) 0216 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh KOLETTY, S R A2 104 GEOGRAPHY 015 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LABORATORY (UC:CSU) 2.00 UNITS (IGETC AREA 5C) Corequisite: Geography lec 10:40am-11:25am MTWTh KOLETTY, S R A2 104 & lab 11:25am-12:55pm MTWTh KOLETTY, S R A2 104 Health HEALTH 007 PHYSICAL FITNESS AND NUTRITION 0219 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh ALKIRE, S E E9 114 HEALTH 008 WOMEN S PERSONAL HEALTH :25 hrs TBA WHITE, K E ON LINE HEALTH 011 PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING 0220 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh HINES, J M C lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh OWENS, A S E lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh STAFF C lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh STAFF C lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh STAFF *SGEC 118 *South Gate Educational Center 2340 Firestone Blvd., South Gate, CA :30 hrs TBA MCBRIDE, D T ON LINE :30 hrs TBA MCBRIDE, D T ON LINE #5015 7:25 hrs TBA WONG, E ON LINE # Health 11 is also offered through ITV, Please visit HEALTH 012 SAFETY EDUCATION AND FIRST AID 3068 lec 6:00pm-8:25pm MTWTh ONSGARD, E B D5 136 Health Information Technology HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 108 INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY 1.00 UNITS 9610 lec 4:00pm-5:30pm M THURSTON, M M C2 106 (10 Week Class - Starts 6/15/2015, Ends 8/21/2015) HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 134 INTRODUCTION PATHOLOGY 3.00 UNITS Prerequisites: Computer Applications and Office Technologies 82, Health Information Technology 133 and Physiology lec 6:00pm-7:10pm MTWTh HENDRIX, D M B1 114 (10 Week Class - Starts 6/15/2015, Ends 8/21/2015) History HISTORY 001 INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION I (IGETC AREA 3B, 4F) 0222 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh ARIAS, R J F7 213 HISTORY 002 INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION II (IGETC AREA 3B, 4F) Note: History 2 may be taken before History lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh ARIAS, R J F7 213 schedule of CLASSES 7

12 HISTORY 011 POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I (IGETC AREA 3B, 4F) Note: The year sequence of History 11/12 is required for History majors and is recommended for other students who want a thorough survey of the political and social development of the United States. Either course may be taken independently lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh STAFF F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh AGUIRRE, A J SGEC 117 South Gate Educational Center 2340 Firestone Blvd., South Gate, CA lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh RAMIREZ, C A *SGEC 107 History 11 is also offered through ITV, Please visit HISTORY 012 POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (IGETC AREA 3B, 4F) 0225 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh STAFF F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF *SGEC 117 *South Gate Educational Center 2340 Firestone Blvd., South Gate, CA lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh STAFF *SGEC 116 HISTORY 086 INTRODUCTION TO WORLD CIVILIZATION I (IGETC AREA 3B, 4F) 3076 lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh STAFF F7 209 Humanities HUMANITIES 060 PEOPLE AND THEIR WORLD: TECHNOLOGY AND THE HUMANITIES (IGETC AREA 3B) Advisory: English lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh JIMENEZ, F B2 105 Italian ITALIAN 010 ITALIAN CIVILIZATION (IGETC AREA 3B, 4F) :25 hrs TBA CALDIERO, A F ON LINE Kinesiology Kinesiology Major KINESIOLOGY MAJOR 100 INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY 2013 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh GAMBOA, R C1 125 KINESIOLOGY MAJOR 103 INTRODUCTION TO COACHING ATHLETICS (UC Credit Limit: Maximum credit 8 units) lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh CALIENES, J L C1 125 Fitness Individual and Dual Activities KINESIOLOGY 229 BODY CONDITIONING SKILLS 2001 lec 10:00am-10:25am MTWTh BROWNE, R J C1 128 & lab 10:25am-11:35am MTWTh BROWNE, R J C lec 2:00pm-2:25pm MTWTh BROWNE, R J C1 128 & lab 2:25pm-3:35pm MTWTh BROWNE, R J C1 128 KINESIOLOGY 237 BOOT CAMP I 2003 lec 12:00pm-12:25pm MTWTh BROWNE, R J C1 128 & lab 12:25pm-1:35pm MTWTh BROWNE, R J C1 128 KINESIOLOGY 250 WEIGHT TRAINING SKILLS 2004 lec 8:00am-8:25am MTWTh SHEPHERD, M A E9 117 & lab 8:25am-9:35am MTWTh SHEPHERD, M A E lec 10:00am-10:25am MTWTh SHEPHERD, M A E9 117 & lab 10:25am-11:35am MTWTh SHEPHERD, M A E lec 12:00pm-12:25pm MTWTh SHEPHERD, M A E9 117 & lab 12:25pm-1:35pm MTWTh SHEPHERD, M A E9 117 KINESIOLOGY CARDIO KICKBOXING lec 8:00am-8:25am MTWTh OWENS, A S E9 103 & lab 8:25am-10:30am MTWTh OWENS, A S E9 103 KINESIOLOGY CARDIO KICKBOXING-2 Prerequisite: Kinesiology lec 8:00am-8:25am MTWTh OWENS, A S E9 103 & lab 8:25am-10:30am MTWTh OWENS, A S E9 103 KINESIOLOGY CROSS TRAINING lec 10:40am-11:05am MTWTh ALKIRE, S E E9 118 & lab 11:05am-1:10pm MTWTh ALKIRE, S E E lec 3:00pm-3:25pm MTWTh ONSGARD, E B E9 118 & lab 3:25pm-5:30pm MTWTh ONSGARD, E B E9 118 KINESIOLOGY 337 BOOT CAMP II 2011 lec 8:00am-8:25am MTWTh GAMBOA, R C1 132 & lab 8:25am-10:30am MTWTh GAMBOA, R C1 132 KINESIOLOGY BASKETBALL I 2012 lec 10:40am-11:05am MTWTh CALIENES, J L E9 103 & lab 11:05am-1:10pm MTWTh CALIENES, J L E9 103 KINESIOLOGY ATHLETICS 565 INTERCOLLEGIATE BADMINTON-FITNESS & SKILLS TRAINING Rpt lab 6:00pm- 7:10pm MTWTh NGUY, Q E9 103 (10 Week Class - Starts 6/15/2015, Ends 7/17/2015) 8 schedule of CLASSES

13 Law LAW 001 BUSINESS LAW I (UC credit limit for Law 1+2 combined: maximum credit, one course.) 0227 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh LIPSCOMB, R C F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh PARSAKAR, N F7 107 Logistics LOGISTICS 101 TECHNOLOGY IN GLOBAL LOGISTICS (CSU) 1.00 UNITS This course introduces the technology that is used withing global logistics. The emphasis is on state-of-the-art technologies and practices found within the mobile workforce and dynamic worksite environments that enable global commerce. Topics include handheld devices used in sales, inventory, and real-time tracking, GIS (Geographic Information Systems) used in distribution, GPS (Global Positioning Satellites) used in transportation, an introduction to global value networks, and a survey of global supply chain logistics careers lec 9:00am-10:30am MW GARCIA, D D E7 404 LOGISTICS 103 INVENTORY IN GLOBAL LOGISTICS (CSU) 2.00 UNITS This course introduces basic records and inventory management principles, practices, and software applications that support global supply chain logistics. The course teaches standard inventory concepts, procedures, and technologies that are used to maintain Records Information Management systems that sustain global manufacturers, distribution centers, wholesale suppliers, retail networks, and transportation industries lec 11:20am-1:30pm MTW GARCIA, D D E7 404 LOGISTICS 104 LOGISTICS: CORNERSTONE ESSENTIALS Introduces the fundamental knowledge, skills, and competencies to accomplish the critical workplace activities that are common to all logistics facilities across a global supply chain. Successful completion of this course will prepare students to sit for the MSSC Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) National Logistics Certification Exam. Note: This course is suitable for students who have completed LOGISTICS 101, 102 and 103; students with prior logistics work experience; or veterans. Enrollees must meet these criteria. This is a grant-supported course and a standard form required by the grant must be signed to be eligible to enroll into this class lec 6:50pm-10:00pm W GARCIA, D D E7 404 & lec 9:00am-6:05pm S GARCIA, D D E7 404 Mathematics MATHEMATICS 105 ARITHMETIC (NDA) 3.00 UNITS Note: This course will be offered on a pass/no-pass basis only lec 7:00am-9:25am MTWTh TANGALOS, G D C lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh TANGALOS, G D B lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh YANG, C *SGEC lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh LAM, Y Y *SGEC 101 MATHEMATICS 107 HOW TO DO WORD PROBLEMS 1.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Math 110 or Math lec 12:00pm-2:50pm F FARADINEH, R A C2 116 (6 Week Class - Starts 6/15/2015, Ends 7/31/2015) MATHEMATICS 110 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRAIC CONCEPTS (NDA) 5.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 105 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process lec 7:00am-11:15am MTWTh YABUKI, S G lec 7:00am-11:15am MTWTh LUNG, J F C lec 9:00am-1:15pm MTWTh ZHOU, Z C2 127D 8022 lec 1:20pm-5:35pm MTWTh CHO, M D *SGEC lec 4:45pm-9:00pm MTWTh LY, H C2 127C 3082 lec 4:45pm-9:00pm MTWTh HARIRCHI, M C lec 4:45pm-9:00pm MTWTh FLORES, W *SGEC 114 MATHEMATICS 115 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 5.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 102, 110, or Math 112, or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in the mathematics placement process. Note: Students who have completed Math 113 and Math 114 may not enroll in Math lec 7:30am-11:45am MTWTh JUDGE, D C2 127B 0235 lec 7:30am-11:45am MTWTh NIELSEN, N C2 127A 0236 lec 7:00am-11:15am MTWTh LIAO, G E lec 10:40am-2:55pm MTWTh DEUTSCH, L K B lec 10:40am-2:55pm MTWTh KOTLYAR, V B lec 11:45am 1:15pm M PANCHAL, M D B2 101 & 10:55 hrs TBA PANCHAL, M D HYBRID (7 Week Class - Starts 6/15/2015, Ends 7/31/2015 ) Final Exam: Thursday, July 30, 10:30am 12:30pm in B lec 8:00am-12:15pm MTWTh PHAN, H *SGEC lec 4:45pm-9:00pm MTWTh GASPARIAN, R C2 127A 3086 lec 4:45pm-9:00pm MTWTh CHEN, C C2 127B 6028 lec 4:45pm-9:00pm MTWTh LEE, S C *SGEC 102 MATHEMATICS 120 PLANE GEOMETRY 5.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Mathematics 115 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in the mathematics placement process lec 8:00am-12:15pm MTWTh TALL, I A E lec 1:20pm-4:25pm MTWTh STAFF G8 113 (7 Week Class - Starts 6/15/2015, Ends 7/31/2015 ) 4559 lec 8:00am-12:15pm MTWTh STAFF C2 127A 3087 lec 4:45pm-9:00pm MTWTh ONG, H T B2 104 MATHEMATICS 125 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 5.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 115 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process. Note: A scientific or business calculator is required for this class lec 7:00am-11:15am MTWTh LEE, M G lec 7:00am-11:15am MTWTh CASTELLON, V C B lec 7:00am-11:15am MTWTh PANCHAL, M D F lec 8:00am-12:15pm MTWTh ALEMU, D C lec 9:00am-1:15pm MTWTh CASTRO, G K :35 hrs TBA LAM, A HYBRID Mandatory Orientation: Friday, June 19, 7:00am-8:20am, TEST 1: Friday, June 26, 7:00am-8:20am, TEST 2: Friday, July 10, 7:00am-8:20am, TEST 3: Friday, July 24, 7:00am-8:20am, FINAL EXAM: Friday, July 31, 7:00am-9:00am in C lec 7:00am-11:15am MTWTh NG, S S *SGEC lec 4:45pm-9:00pm MTWTh AVAKYAN, V *SGEC lec 4:45pm-9:00pm MTWTh STAFF SGEC 104 schedule of CLASSES 9

14 MATHEMATICS 227 STATISTICS (IGETC AREA 2A) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 125 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process. (UC limit Math 227 combined with GE 221, maximum credit, one course) Note: A calculator will be required. See instructor about specific kind needed lec 7:00am-9:20am MTWTh MORADI, R F lec 2:00pm-4:20pm MTWTh WONG, S G lec 8:30am-12:20pm MWTh GORDON, M A UCLA (6 Week Class - Starts 6/29/2015, Ends 8/7/2015) 8025 lec 7:00am-9:20am MTWTh MCQUILKIN, T F *SGEC lec 6:55pm-9:15pm MTWTh MALAKAR, S R G lec 6:55pm-9:15pm MTWTh JIMENEZ, B S G lec 6:00pm-9:15pm MF FARADINEH, R A C2 127D & 3:30 hrs TBA FARADINEH, R A HYBRID 6030 lec 6:55pm-9:15pm MTWTh ALLEN, R T *SGEC lec 6:55pm-9:15pm MTWTh ZHANG, Z *SGEC 103 Mathematics 227 is also offered through ITV, Please visit MATHEMATICS 241 TRIGONOMETRY WITH VECTORS (CSU) 4.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 125 and 120, or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process. Note: A scientific calculator is required for this class. See instructor about the specific kind needed lec 7:00am-9:20am MTWTh FOSTER, M C B lec 2:00pm-4:20pm MTWTh WANG, K C2 127C 3093 lec 6:55pm-9:15pm MTWTh BURNISTON, M G8 115 MATHEMATICS 245 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (IGETC AREA 2A) (UC limit Math 245 and 260 combined - maximum credit four units) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 125 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process. Note: A scientific calculator is required for this class. See the instructor about the specific kind needed lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh OH, S F7 113 MATHEMATICS 260 PRECALCULUS (IGETC AREA 2A) (UC limit Math 245 and 260 combined - maximum credit four units) Prerequisite: Math 125 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process. Note: A calculator is required for this class. A TI-85 calculator is recommended lec 7:00am-10:05am MTWTh MARTIROSSIAN, M F lec 12:00pm-2:05pm Th SISWANTO, A S C2 128 & 10:25 hrs TBA SISWANTO, A S HYBRID Mandatory Orientation: Monday, June 15, 11:00am-12:30pm in Math Lab (K5 104) 3094 lec 3:35pm-6:40pm MTWTh LOPEZ, E L C2 123 MATHEMATICS 261 CALCULUS I (IGETC AREA 2A) (UC limit Math 236 combined Math Math 262, maximum credit, two courses) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 260 and Math 241, or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process. Note: A scientific calculator is required for this class. A TI-85 graphics calculator is recommended lec 7:00am-10:05am MTWTh JAHANI, F F7 117 MATHEMATICS 262 CALCULUS II (IGETC AREA 2A) (UC limit Math 236 combined Math Math 262, maximum credit, two courses) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 261. Note: A scientific calculator is required. A TI-85 graphics calculator is recommended lec 9:40am-12:45pm MTWTh YUN, M S C2 127C 0451 lec 1:20pm-4:25pm MTWTh STAFF G8 125 (7 Week Class - Starts 6/15/2015, Ends 7/31/2015 ) MATHEMATICS 263 CALCULUS III (IGETC AREA 2A) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 262. Note: A calculator is required, see instructor about the specific kind needed lec 8:00am-11:05am MTWTh HARJUNO, T G8 123 Microbiology MICROBIOLOGY 020 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY (IGETC AREA 5B, 5C) (UC credit limit: Maximum credit one course from Microbiology 1 and 20) Advisory: Biology 3. Note: Students who are not in attendance by the first 30 min. of lecture or lab may be dropped from the course. Note: Students must supply their own gloves and microscope slides lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh SARANTOPOULOS, H D C2 116 & lab 10:35am-1:00pm MTWTh SARANTOPOULOS, H D B lec 4:00pm-6:25pm MTWTh DAVIS, A A C2 116 & lab 6:35pm-9:00pm MTWTh DAVIS, A A B1 110 Music MUSIC 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC 0257 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh DAWSON, R B S lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh DAWSON, R B S2 213 MUSIC 111 MUSIC APPRECIATION I (IGETC AREA 3A) 0259 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh LUPICA, A J S schedule of CLASSES

15 MUSIC 141 JAZZ APPRECIATION This course presents a study of the elements of jazz as well as tracing the development and evolution of styles and structure. Listening skills are developed to enable the student to recognize the many differences in individual solo as well as jazz ensemble interpretations lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh MARTINEZ, J E S2 121 MUSIC 321 ELEMENTARY PIANO I (UC:CSU) 2.00 UNITS 0261 lec 10:40am-11:25am MTWTh NAGATANI, C S2 216 & lab 11:25am-12:55pm MTWTh NAGATANI, C S2 216 Nursing NURSING 252 MATHEMATICS OF DRUGS AND SOLUTIONS (CSU) 2.00 UNITS 1901 lec 8:00am-3:05pm M STAFF G9 204 NURSING 275A PHARMACOLOGY (CSU) 1.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Nursing 276 and lec 9:00am-1:15pm S CHAN, B M G9 106 (4 Week Class - Starts 6/20/2015, Ends 7/11/2015) NURSING 275B PHARMACOLOGY (CSU) 1.00 UNITS Prerequisites: Nursing 267, 268, 273 and 275A lec 9:00am-2:50pm S CHAN, B M F7 107 (3 Week Class - Starts 7/18/2015, Ends 8/1/2015) NURSING 276 INTRODUCTION TO THE NURSING PROCESS (CSU) 1.50 UNITS Corequisite: Nursing lec 9:00am-12:35pm WF PLOTKIN, R G9 204 (5 Week Class - Starts 6/24/2015, Ends 7/24/2015) 1911 lec 7:30am-2:00pm F DU, C G lec 8:00am-1:10pm S DU, C G lec 2:10pm-7:20pm S DU, C G9 204 NURSING 277 HEALTH ASSESSMENT (CSU) 1.50 UNITS Corequisite: Nursing lec 8:00am-11:20am M GARCIA, M C G9 106 & lab 12:15pm-5:25pm M GARCIA, M C G lec 8:00am-11:20am W GARCIA, M C G9 106 & lab 12:00pm-5:10pm W GARCIA, M C G lec 8:00am-11:20am T GARCIA, M C G9 106 & lab 12:30pm-5:40pm T GARCIA, M C G lec 8:00am-11:20am W FIGUEROA, J M G9 203 & lab 12:00pm-5:10pm W FIGUEROA, J M G9 203 Oceanography OCEANOGRAPHY 001 INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY (IGETC AREA 5B) 0271 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh ADSIT, R J A2 103 Oceanography 001 is also offered through ITV, Please visit Personal Development PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 001 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE (CSU) 1.00 UNITS 0280 lec 1:20pm-2:50pm MW MIHARA, K F lec 1:20pm-2:50pm TTh SANDOVAL, J A F :20 hrs TBA MORALES GUERRA, S A ON LINE Mandatory Class Meeting : June 15, 1:00pm 2:30pm in E lec 1:20pm-4:40pm T UKITA, C T *SGEC 111 Philosophy PHILOSOPHY 001 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (IGETC AREA 3B) 0286 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh SENESTRARO, D L F :30 hrs TBA SNEAD, T A ON LINE :30 hrs TBA SNEAD, T A ON LINE :30 hrs TBA POSADA, R ON LINE :30 hrs TBA POSADA, R ON LINE 3111 lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh WATERS, F G F lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh SENESTRARO, D L F7 117 Philosophy 001 is also offered through ITV, Please visit PHILOSOPHY 006 LOGIC IN PRACTICE :30 hrs TBA SEDGWICK, E A ON LINE :30 hrs TBA SEDGWICK, E A ON LINE 3112 lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh GILL, K F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh MATHER, N F7 117 PHILOSOPHY 008 DEDUCTIVE LOGIC :30 hrs TBA SIGMAN, M ON LINE :30 hrs TBA SIGMAN, M ON LINE PHILOSOPHY 020 ETHICS (IGETC AREA 3B) 0289 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh VILLASENOR, G F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh GILL, K F7 119 Photography PHOTOGRAPHY 010 BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY Note: $10.00 material fee required lec 6:55pm-8:00pm MTWTh LYLE, R A E7 B021 & lab 8:00pm-9:35pm MTWTh LYLE, R A E7 B021 schedule of CLASSES 11

16 PHOTOGRAPHY 028 LABORATORY PROCESSES 1.00 UNITS Note: This course will be offered on a pass/no-pass basis. Note: $10.00 material fee required lab 3:35pm-5:10pm MTWTh TSAI, M C E7 B010 PHOTOGRAPHY 047 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERIZED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Note: $10.00 material fee required lec 6:55pm-8:00pm MTWTh TSAI, M C E7 B010 & lab 8:00pm-9:35pm MTWTh TSAI, M C E7 B010 PHOTOGRAPHY 121 HISTORY AND APPRECIATION OF PHOTOGRAPHY (IGETC Area 3A) Note: $10.00 material fee required lec 6:55pm-8:30pm MTWTh BLUM, T K F7 207 PHOTOGRAPHY 185 DIRECTED STUDY - PHOTOGRAPHY (CSU) 1.00 UNITS Note: This course is designed for students who have completed the core program (Photo 1,5,12,17,18) in Photography. Note: First class meeting is during the second week-- see instructor. Note: $20.00 material fee is required :20 hrs TBA LYLE, R A E7 B :55pm-7:25pm MTWTh TSAI, M C E7 B021 Physics PHYSICS 001 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS (IGETC AREA 5A, 5C) (UC maximum credit limit for 1 series from Physics 1/2/3/4 or Physics 6/7 combined with Physics 21/22) Prerequisite: Physics 11 or Physics 17 or Physics 20 and Mathematics lec 10:40am-12:00pm MTWThF PAPENKOVA, M S B1 105 & lab 12:00pm-1:20pm MTWThF PAPENKOVA, M S B1 105 PHYSICS 003 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM (IGETC AREA 5A, 5C) Prerequisite: Physics 1 and Math 262. Advisory: Math lec 10:40am-12:00pm MTWThF STAFF B1 102 & lab 12:00pm-1:20pm MTWThF STAFF B1 102 PHYSICS 011 INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS (IGETC AREA 5A, 5C) (UC limit - no credit if taken after 1, 6 or 21) Prerequisite: Math lec 7:30am-9:00am MTWThF RAMIREZ, J V B1 103 & lab 9:00am-10:30am MTWThF RAMIREZ, J V B1 103 PHYSICS 020 PHYSICS BOOTCAMP 2.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Math lec 10:40am-11:50am MTThF KILEDJIAN, V P B1 103 & lab 11:50am-2:00pm MTThF KILEDJIAN, V P B1 103 Physiology PHYSIOLOGY 001 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY (IGETC AREA 5B, 5C) (UC credit limit, Physiology 1 + Anatomy 1 combined is equivalent to Biology 20, maximum credit 8 units). Prerequisites: Anatomy 1 and Chemistry 51 or higher. Note 1: Students who are not in attendance by the first 30 min. of lecture or lab may be dropped from the course. Note 2: Biology 20 combines Anatomy 1 and Physiology 1 into a one semester course lec 9:00am-11:25am MTWTh KELLEY, S B1 112 & lab 11:35am-2:00pm MTWTh KELLEY, S B lec 9:00am -11:25am MTWR SIDDIQUE, M C2 116 & lab 11:45am - 2:10pm MTWR SIDDIQUE, M B1 110 Political Science POLITICAL SCIENCE 001 THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (IGETC AREA 4H) 0311 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh HERNANDEZ, J F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh MONTEIRO, N T F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh CALANCHE, M L F lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh STAFF F :30 hrs TBA STAFF ON LINE 8030 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh SAMAD, A A *SGEC lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh SAMAD, A A *SGEC lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh CASTRO, C R F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh CASTRO, C R F7 217 Political Science 001 is also offered through ITV, Please visit Psychology PSYCHOLOGY 001 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (IGETC AREA 4I) (UC credit limit Psychology 1 and 6 combined, maximum credit one course) 0320 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh CLEVELAND, C S F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh JAIN, P SGEC lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh STAFF *SGEC lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh MAYORYK, M B *SGEC 106 PSYCHOLOGY 002 BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY (IGETC AREA 5B) Prerequisite: Psychology lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh CLEVELAND, C S F schedule of CLASSES

17 PSYCHOLOGY 014 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (IGETC AREA 4I) Advisory: Psychology lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh RICE, T M F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF F7 220 PSYCHOLOGY 041 LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE (IGETC AREA 4I) 0325 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh RICE, T M F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh MAYORYK, M B *SGEC 106 Psychology 041 is also offered through ITV, Please visit PSYCHOLOGY 064 INTRODUCTION TO ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE Corequisite: Psychology lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh STAFF F7 226 PSYCHOLOGY 065 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY:INTERVENTION, TREATMENT AND RECOVERY Corequisite: PSYCH lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF F7 226 PSYCHOLOGY 091 STATISTICS FOR PSYCHOLOGY (CSU) 4.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Psychology 1 and Math lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh LUDWIG, R F7 224 & lab 1:05pm-2:35pm MTWTh LUDWIG, R F7 224 Reading READING 020 EFFECTIVE READING (NDA) 5.00 UNITS Advisory: Learning Skills 16. Note: This course is offered on a pass/no-pass basis only lec 8:00am-11:05am MTWTh PACHECO, S R B lec 12:00pm-3:05pm MTWTh ALLERSON, S L B lec 8:00am-11:05am MTWTh RODRIGUEZ, M A *SGEC 111 Real Estate REAL ESTATE 003 REAL ESTATE PRACTICES 3150 lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh ANDERSON, O V F7 109 REAL ESTATE 005 LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE I Note: Real Estate 5 partially satisfies the State educational requirement for the real estate salesperson and broker s license lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh ANDERSON, O V F7 109 Respiratory Therapy RESPIRATORY THERAPY 015 INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 4.00 UNITS Prerequisites: Respiratory Therapy lab 8:00am-12:15pm MTWThF AVILA, R B2 109 & lab 1:30pm-2:40pm MTWThF CHHUN, B B2 109 & lab 2:40pm-3:50pm MTWThF STAFF B lab 8:00am-12:15pm MTWThF AVILA, R B2 109 & lab 1:30pm-2:40pm MTWThF STAFF B1 114 & lab 2:40pm-3:50pm MTWThF STAFF B1 114 & lab 3:50pm-5:00pm MTWThF CHHUN, B B1 114 RESPIRATORY THERAPY 101 SURVEY OF RESPIRATORY THERAPY 2.00 UNITS 3155 lec 6:00pm-8:10pm TWTh HAINES, M S B2 109 Sociology SOCIOLOGY 001 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (IGETC AREA 4J) 0348 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh KAHLA, R F :30 hrs TBA RODRIGUEZ, C E ON LINE 8040 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh STAFF *SGEC lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh STAFF *SGEC lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF F lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh CHEUNG, C C F7 215 SOCIOLOGY 002 AMERICAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS (IGETC AREA 4J) 0350 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh KAHLA, R F :30 hrs TBA MORALES, M ON LINE SOCIOLOGY 011 RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS (IGETC AREA 4C, 4J) 3195 lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh RODRIGUEZ, C E F7 215 Spanish SPANISH 001 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I Note: For Spanish-speaking students, please take Spanish 35. Note: Credit given for only one of Spanish 1 or Spanish lec 8:00am-12:15pm MTWTh REYNOSO, A C2 108 SPANISH 002 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (IGETC AREA 6A) Prerequisite: Spanish lec 10:40am-2:55pm MTWTh PALENCIA, E C C2 105 schedule of CLASSES 13

18 SPANISH 035 SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS I Note: Credit given for only one of Spanish 1 or Spanish lec 8:00am-12:15pm MTWTh HERNANDEZ, E L C lec 2:15pm-6:30pm MTWTh LIRA, A *SGEC 103 SPANISH 036 SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEAKERS II (IGETC AREA 6A) Prerequisite: Spanish lec 8:00am-12:15pm MTWTh OLIVAS, O C2 106 Supervised Learning Assistance SUPERVISED LEARNING ASSISTANCE 001T SUPERVISED LEARNING ASSISTANCE (NDA) 0.00 UNITS Rpt :50 hrs TBA YEPES, M E :50 hrs TBA HERNANDEZ, G E :50 hrs TBA CASTRO, G K :50 hrs TBA HERRERA, G M K :50 hrs TBA VILLACORTE, D A F9 103 Supervision SUPERVISION 001 ELEMENTS OF SUPERVISION 3201 lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh RAMIREZ, L E F7 211 Technical Stage Production TECHNICAL STAGE PRODUCTION 342 TECHNICAL STAGE PRODUCTION (UC:CSU) 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3 This course teaches how to work backstage in live theatre. Must be available for rehearsals and performances, plus other times as assigned. First class meeting is 12:30pm on Wednesday of the 2nd week of classes on stage lab 1:20pm-5:35pm MTWThF STONE, L H P2 125 TECHNICAL STAGE PRODUCTION 701 SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL WORKSHOP 1 (UC:CSU) 2.00 UNITS 3205 lab 5:45pm-10:00pm MTWThF HOGAN, K M P2 205 TECHNICAL STAGE PRODUCTION 702 SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL WORKSHOP 2 (UC:CSU) 2.00 UNITS 3206 lab 5:45pm-10:00pm MTWThF STAFF P2 205 TECHNICAL STAGE PRODUCTION 703 SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL WORKSHOP 3 (UC:CSU) 2.00 UNITS 3207 lab 5:45pm-10:00pm MTWThF HOGAN, K M P2 205 Theater THEATER 100 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATER (IGETC AREA 3A) Note: Open to all students. Required of all Theatre Arts majors lec 9:45am-12:10pm MTWTh STAFF P lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh STAFF P schedule of CLASSES

19 Second Session JULY 20 AUGUST 21, 2015 American Sign Language AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE 001 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I Note: Credit given for only one of Special Education 20 or American Sign Language 1. Note: Same as Education-Special lec 8:00am-11:20am MTWTh STAFF C2 107 Administration of Justice ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 003 LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVIDENCE 0501 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh POSNER, W D C2 124C ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 005 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 0502 lec 10:40am- 1:05pm MTWTh STAFF C2 124C ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 006 PATROL PROCEDURES 3501 lec 7:25pm- 9:50pm MTWTh STEVENSON, M L C2 124C ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 075 INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS :30 hrs TBA JOHNSON, S A ON LINE For up-to-date online courses go to ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 172 CRIMINALISTICS I Prerequisite: ADM JUS :30 hrs TBA CAVANAUGH, J L ON LINE For up-to-date online courses go to Anatomy ANATOMY 001 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY (IGETC AREA 5B, 5C) (Anatomy 1 + Physiology 1 combined is equivalent to Biology 20, maximum credit 8 units) Advisory: Biology 3 and Health Information Technology 133. Note 1: All students are required to purchase their laboratory dissection specimen through the bookstore by the end of the second week of the session. Note 2: Students who are not in attendance by the first 30 min. of the first lecture or lab class may be dropped. Note 3: Biology 20 combines Anatomy 1 and Physiology 1 into a one semester course lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh REDDY, B L B1 112 & lab 10:35am- 1:00pm MTWTh REDDY, B L B lec 4:00pm- 6:25pm MTWTh STAFF B1 111 & lab 6:35pm- 9:00pm MTWTh STAFF B1 111 Anthropology ANTHROPOLOGY 101 HUMAN BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION (IGETC AREA 5B) 4564 lec 4:45pm - 7:10pm MTWR RIGBY, J W A2 102 Anthropology 101 is also offered through ITV, Please visit Astronomy ASTRONOMY 001 ELEMENTARY ASTRONOMY (IGETC AREA 5A) 4560 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh XIE, Y Art ART 201 DRAWING I Advisory: English lec 10:00am-11:30am MTWTh KALLAN, L P S2 209 & lab 11:30am-2:50pm MTWTh KALLAN, L P S2 209 Art History ART HISTORY 130 SURVEY OF ASIAN ART HISTORY (IGETC AREA 3A) Advisory: English lec 10:40am- 1:05pm MTWTh SINGH, S K S1 112 & lab 1:05pm- 1:50pm MTWTh SINGH, S K S1 112 Automobile Technology AUTOMOBILE TECHNOLOGY 101 INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOBILE TECHNOLOGY (CSU) 4.00 UNITS 0503 lec 8:30am-10:55am MTWTh BANUELOS, A AUTO 101 & lab 11:05am- 1:30pm MTWTh BANUELOS, A AUTO 101 schedule of CLASSES 15

20 Biology BIOLOGY 003 INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY (IGETC AREA 5B, 5C) (UC Limit: No credit for Biology 3 or 25 if taken after Biology 6) Note: Students who are not in attendance by the first 30 min. of the first lecture or lab class may be dropped lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh DOUGLAS, S B1 107 & lab 10:40am- 1:05pm MTWTh DOUGLAS, S B lec 4:00pm - 6:25pm MTWR GARZA, A A B1 107 & lab 6:30pm - 8:55pm MTWR GARZA, A A B1 107 Business BUSINESS 001 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 4569 lec 8:00am - 10:25am MTWR MANOOCHEHRI, C M F7 107 Chemistry CHEMISTRY 051 FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I (CSU) 5.00 UNITS Prerequisite: Math lec 11:30am-4:00pm TWTh GHAZARIAN, V F7 119 & lab 4:40pm-8:00pm TWTh GHAZARIAN, V H lec 8:00am -12:30pm TWTh VU, L D K7 109 & lab 2:00pm - 5:20pm TWTh CHUNG, G GH8 101 CHEMISTRY 065 INTRODUCTORY GENERAL CHEMISTRY (IGETC AREA 5A, 5C) Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of MATH 115. Advisory: MATH lec 10:00am-1:20pm TWTh KHUU, A T K5 108 & lab 2:20pm-5:40pm TWTh CARPENTER, R L H lec 2:20pm - 5:40pm TWTh KHUU, A T K5 108 & lab 6:40pm -10:00pm TWTh LABADZHYAN, G H8 117 Chicano Studies CHICANO STUDIES 002 THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY (IGETC AREA 4C) 6202 lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh MOCTEZUMA, R SGEC 116 South Gate Educational Center, 2340 Firestone Blvd., South Gate, CA CHICANO STUDIES 007 THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I (IGETC AREA 4C) Note: Chicano Studies 7 and Chicano Studies 8 can either be taken in sequence or independently lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh GUTIERREZ, G C2 125A CHICANO STUDIES 008 THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II (IGETC AREA 4C) 0507 lec 8:00am-10:25am MTWTh GUTIERREZ, G C2 125A CHICANO STUDIES 037 CHICANO LITERATURE (IGETC AREA 3B) 6203 lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh STAFF C2 125B Child Development CHILD DEVELOPMENT 001 CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (IGETC AREA 4I) 0508 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh MENDIOLA, A R F7 110 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 003 CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN I Note: A $15 materials fee is required for all CD 3, 4 and lec 4:45pm-7:10pm MTWTh STAFF F7 107 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 007 INTRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 0509 lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh BENJAMIN, M D F7 110 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 011 CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY 6206 lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh SORIANO, M SGEC 101 South Gate Educational Center, 2340 Firestone Blvd., South Gate, CA Communication Studies COMMUNICATION STUDIES 101 PUBLIC SPEAKING (IGETC AREA 1C) 0595 lec 10:40am-1:05pm MTWTh STAFF E :30 hrs TBA STEVENSON, J E HYBRID On Campus Required Meetings: Wednesday, July 29, August 2 and August 9, 11:00am-2:00pm in E lec 1:20pm-3:45pm MTWTh STAFF *SGEC lec 3:20pm-5:45pm MTWTh STAFF E7 106 Computer Applications & Office Technologies COMPUTER APPLICATIONS & OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 035 CONCEPTS IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS Introduction to the basic concepts of the information system, including coverage of the components of the microcomputer and software. Note: CAOT 35 has been articulated with CSULA to be equivalent to CIS lec 7:25pm-9:50pm MTWTh MAHRENHOLZ, A M E schedule of CLASSES

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